Next week is chock full of opportunities to explore ‘Creative Aging’…
Celebrating Active Aging Week 9/23-29/12
Free events for older adults, their families and friends
We invite you to join us in celebrating the wonderful selection of free lectures, trips and special events (bolded) planned for older adults, their families and friends across upper Westchester and Putnam Counties, particularly during Active Aging Week.
See also www.theboxwood.org/events, as this list is growing.
2-5 PM, Special Concert at the Mahopac Public Library (668 Route 6): The John Arrucci Sextet performing original compositions tinged with Jazz, Classical and World Music influences. Free admission. For more information, call 845-628-2009 or email email@example.com.
3-4 PM, Garden Lecture at the Ruth Keeler Library: Gardens Filled With Life – Designing with Northeast Flora. The North Salem Open Land Foundation and the Library present this talk by author and landscape architect, Carolyn Summers. She will speak about the ways in which indigenous (native) plants form the basis of the food web that supports a healthy, biodiverse landscape. 276 Titicus Road, North Salem, New York 10560, (914) 669 – 5161.
1-2 PM, Wii Bowling exercise demonstration for Active Aging Week at the Fox Center, 198 Carpenter Avenue, Mount Kisco. Call 666-8766 to register.
6-7 PM, Mind-Body Wellness Workshop at the Somers Library, 80 Primrose Street, Somers, NY 10589. Register online at www.somerslibrary.org or call 914-232-5717.
10-11:30 AM, A Refreshing Walk Around Armstrong Preserve in recognition of Active Aging Week. The Pound Ridge Land Conservancy’s Land Steward will take guests safely through a forested nature preserve. Distance is approximately 1 mile. This walk is not strenuous. Address of Armstrong Preserve: 1361 Old Post Road, Pound Ridge, NY10576. Participants should meet at the top of the driveway. More information is available here