Vallejo’s Blue Rock Springs is open to the public and features east or west courses, with each boasting a fun but challenging 18-hole experience. Learn more about playing the west course.
by Carol Moore
Celebrating a Caring Cadre of Nurses
Each year during National Nurses Week in early May, our community’s retired nurses gather together to honor a never-ending legacy of caring with a celebratory lunch.
by Sharon Goldman
It’s PVE Shopping Time!
Our community stores and estates sales generate funds that can be put to use by our Resident Council. Learn more about how shopping at PVE helps a great cause!
by Ariana Jenkins
Lions Dance in the New Year
San Francisco high schoolers brought their Chinese dancing lion program LionDanceME to Fairfield to usher in the Year of the Tiger.
by Tom DiGiorgio
Meeting a Famous Person
One resident recalls a chance meeting with then-candidate John F. Kennedy on a campaign swing through Pennsylvania.
by Julie Turner
Blue Rock Springs Golf Course East
At Blue Rock Springs Golf Course, you choose from an east or west course for unique 18-hole experiences that will challenge your club selection and course management skills. Learn more about the east course.
by Bob Lunning
Termite Talk: The Boot Rack
The Termites, our community woodworking group, recently completed a project for a nonprofit farm animal sanctuary. In the process, they also learned about different types of rescue organizations and the work they do.
by Shirley Arnold
Cars and Coffee is Back at PVE
Our Cars and Coffee event is back and better than ever. Enjoy classics from around the globe — and more — the morning of April 23 at Paradise Valley Estates.
by Susan Hogan
Everyone is an Artist at Paint and Sip Class
You don’t have to be an experienced painter to enjoy an afternoon of painting. Our monthly paint and sip class is a chance to explore your artistic side.
by Bob Lunning
A Chair Lift with a Twist
Our resident woodworkers — The Termites — love a challenge. They recently raised a set of rattan furniture that needed to be a few inches taller. Here’s how they did it.