The team at Shenandoah Valley Westminster-Canterbury is closely monitoring the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and its potential impact on our community. Our first priority is the health and safety of our residents and team members. Therefore, we are canceling events that bring outside visitors to our campus. We will continue to monitor the outbreak and provide updates.
From our Bistro Concert series to guest lecturers from the region’s top colleges, you’ll find engaging events and activities happening all the time at one of the top retirement communities in Virginia. Sample the region’s art and culture, showcased at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley. Join our residents for lifelong learning and thrilling performances at Shenandoah University. From First Night Fun on New Year’s Eve to the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival, Winchester always has exciting things to see and do!
If you don’t see the event you’re searching for, click on the link above to view our monthly calendar, which includes even more activities.
SVWC Villa Zoom and Learn Event
You are invited to join us for an upcoming online informational seminar. We are excited to share our plans for The Villas at SVWC, an independent living addition that will include 97 apartments in 10 separate Villa buildings. Please accept this invitation to join us online to learn about our rich heritage and see our vision for the future. RSVP for the date below by calling 540-665-5914 or filling out the form.
Wednesday, September 30th: 1:30 p.m.
Lawrence Gallery Exhibit – CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC
July 10 – October 10, 2020
“Around The World in 80 Years” – The Photographic Art of Marie E. Kingdon. SVWC Resident, Marie Kingdon has traveled extensively and honed her photography skills under the tutelage of the esteemed world travel photographer, Bill Bachmann (1946 – 2017). As a result, she is an award-winning photographer. Marie has chosen the featured photos from her large collection of the many places she has visited, from Antarctica to Australia, to West Virginia. Each work reflects Marie’s eye for capturing the unusual and the familiar in a unique way.