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Winter Delights

Winter is a time to gather with loved ones because there's a bunch of holidays all rolled into a few months, or maybe it's just cold out, and you all want to be cozy around the fire. Either way, between gift giving and ringing in the new year, many jovial moments are to be had. There are so many fun things to do in and around Salem! This includes Christmas in the Garden at the Oregon Gardens (if you like mulled wine, shopping for handmade stocking stuffers, ice-skating, and posing with a Charlie Brown character, this one is for ... Read more


Come one, come all, to Painters Hall! If you haven't heard yet, Painters Hall is our community center and events space. It's super versatile for informal get togethers (like Turkey Day), weddings, Girl Scout meetings, and more! It has the capacity to hold up to 120 people, and it's also a great space for doing salsa dancing or teaching a workshop. With a full kitchen (yes, there are wine glasses) and a projector that comes with the rental (for adorable baby photos or a professional presentation), you have access to many possibilities with your event. Painters Hall is also ... Read more

Furrever Friends

Are you a dog person or a cat person (or both!)? At Pringle Creek Community, we've got so many little adorable furry and feathered creatures prancing around the grounds. It's fun to see the wild and not-so-wild animals interact. Some of our residents have herding dog breeds, so the deer and occasional turkey create and interesting situation from time to time. Even the felines of the neighborhood love to keep an eye on the deer outside their picture windows. We're a pet-friendly space, and understand that considering moving here also means considering how your pet feels about the community, ... Read more

Intergenerational Households

At Pringle Creek Community, we think resourcefulness is a good thing. We pay careful attention to how the Earth's precious resources are being used, and see if there are even more ways to leave a lighter footprint in the world. With the stigma of adult millennials moving in with parents decreasing, and the realization that this is a strategic move rather than a lazy one, more and more people are beginning to see that living in an intergenerational household has a lot of benefits. You get the chance to strengthen family ties, perhaps further a career, and save some ... Read more

Green Building Mandates

We've been doing green building for quite some time, and we're glad to hear that Governor Kate Brown is also supporting it through green building mandates. We believe in building a community that consciously takes steps to leave a lighter footprint on the earth. Our homes are built with healthy materials that have energy efficiency in mind. Whether it's building a home on the geothermal loop or installing solar panels to generate energy, our mission is to live healthy and live better together. We also have an electric station for cars to power up on cleaner fuel. With the ... Read more
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