Maple Knoll Village


Volunteers and local Mayors make their plan to deliver meals to homebound seniors.

March is national March for Meals Month to raise awareness of Meals on Wheels programs.  These programs provide nutritious meals, friendly visits, and safety checks, so that seniors can continue to live independently in their homes.  I am privileged to be a Volunteer with Maple Knoll’s Meals on Wheels program and have witnessed firsthand the joy of connection between volunteers and those served.  Such visits not only relieve the anxiety of meal deprivation; in many cases these regular visits are the sole human contact that relieves the isolation of those who are homebound and alone.  Unfortunately, there are many in our community that are in need of our services – services supported in some measure by their tax dollars in better times – but they may be unaware of their eligibility for such services.  I therefore want to take this opportunity during national March for Meals Month to urge anyone, who does not have everyday access to nutritious meals, because of age, disability, or lack of transportation, to contact Maple Knoll’s Meals on Wheels Manager Helen Dodd at 513-686-1003 or


About Maple Knoll Outreach Services for Seniors:
Maple Knoll Outreach Services for Seniors is a focal point in the community for services designed for older adults with our mission to provide a stimulating community experience by providing care and support to those we serve throughout the Greater Cincinnati area. Our outreach services support homebound seniors through Meals on Wheels and nutrition programs, Transportation services, health and wellness education, connections and much more. Not only do we assist seniors in everyday life, we also set a background for new friendships to begin and existing ones to flourish.


Maple Knoll Village Wine and Cheese Event Provides Information on New Construction

Maple Knoll Village, a non-profit retirement community in Springdale, is inviting the public to see what they are uncorking at a wine and cheese summer social event.

The event will take place on Thursday, August 6th from 4-6pm at The Kensington Place Community Room on the campus of Maple Knoll Village. Those in attendance will be able to partake in an evening of wine, cheese and sweets elegantly paired for their tasting.

During this time participants will be able to mingle with residents, tour units and learn about new construction occurring in the Kensington Place neighborhood. This new construction will allow Maple Knoll to meet the demand for luxury with new additions that will consist of two villas and 10 independent living apartments.
The neighborhood will include open floor plans, a significant amount of natural lighting, two bedrooms with a study and will offer upscale finishes including hardwood floors, fireplaces, granite countertops, and customization options.

Reservations are required. To RSVP or to learn more please call 513.782.2715. This event is free and open to the public and will take place at The Maple Knoll Visitor Center located at 11700 Maple Knoll Terrace, Cincinnati Ohio, 45246.

Take a culinary vacation to Australia with The Manor House Restaurant

There’s no need to hassle with traveling when you can experience international dinning dining right here in town. Each month the Manor House Restaurant, located on the Maple Knoll Village campus in Springdale, invites residents and community members to take a culinary vacation and sample foods from different regions. One specific region is selected for a full dinner buffet, complete with food and dessert, offering a sample of what that area has to offer.

On June 24th, the Manor House invites you to come and sample cuisine from Australia and New Zealand. The cost to attend is $12 per person. Spots will fill up fast. Guests can call 513.782.4300 to make reservations.

Past Dinner Buffets have featured food from: Thailand, The Norse Countries, The Caribbean, Malaysia, Switzerland, Canada, Peru, Ukraine, Germany, China, Portugal, France, and South America.
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Maple Knoll Village Honored 6 Star Award by The Springdale Board of Health

Each year The City of Springdale Health Department announces the select few food services that were able to achieve the Springdale 6 Star Honor Award. Maple Knoll Village, a continuing care retirement community in Springdale, is honored to once again achieve this award in 7 different locations!

This prestigious award honors Excellence in Food Safety by considering several factors including the results of routine health inspections and current food safety training. To earn this award the following criteria must be met: less than 2 Critical violations during routine Health Department inspections per license year, no follow up inspections / license year, no Smoke Free violations / license year, in good standing with other City of Springdale agencies, and have a valid food license according to the requirements of the Ohio Revised Code for one full license year and renewed license by due date. In addition, a few educational requirements must be met. These are that the individuals in charge must show proof of ServSafe Certification or equivalent food safety training.

Maple Knoll was given this coveted award in the following areas: Beecher Place Dining Room, Bodmann Pavilion Skilled Nursing’s 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors, Breese Manor Dining Room, The Main Street Café and The Manor House Restaurant. The Main Street Café and The Manor House Restaurant are both open to the public while the other areas cater to the dining needs of residents only.

For more information on Maple Knoll Village or how you can dine at one of these locations please call 513.782.2423.