Calendar of Events
November 16, North Chesterfield – “Tips for the Holidays” presented by the Alzheimer’s Association Greater Richmond Chapter. Tips on how to reduce stress, confusion, and non-realistic expectations during the holidays for your loved one. Learn how to implement past traditions and memories while involving your loved one in holiday preparations and maintaining a normal routine. Ginter Hall Assisted Living and Memory Care, 11300 Mall Court. RSVP by Nov. 13 to (804) 794-7770 or email email@example.com
November 17, Richmond – Senior Center of Greater Richmond will present “Changes In Medicare” with the SCC Bureau of Insurance, Friday, 11 a.m. at Battery Park Christian Church in the Fellowship Hall (4201 Brook Rd.). SCC will provide you with detailed information on insurance for Virginians. Please call 804-353-3171.
November 27-28, Roanoke - The Journey of Dementia. Featuring: Teepa Snow, Jenny Inker (VCU Gerontology), Dr. Tracey Gendron (VCU Gerontology). Holiday Inn Valley View. Space is limited, registration ends Nov. 22. Call (800) 272-3900 or visit alz.org/cwva for more information and registration.
November 29, Richmond – Pine Camp Arts & CC Senior Music Hour , one-hour live performance by vocalists and instrumentalists in our intimate theatre allow audiences to share stories and memories about the music of their era. Peggy Cheatham violinist extraordinaire will have you in a foot-tapping, joyous state. This musical performance begins 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. at Pine Camp, 4901 Old Brook Road, Richmond. Free parking. Cost $2.99 per guest. RSVP with Pine Camp Guest Services, (804) 646-3677 or emailAnn-Marie.Williams@richmondgov.com
December 1, Richmond – Senior Center of Greater Richmond will be hosting “The Buffalo Solders Legacy and African American Military History” with Trooper George Grady Sr., 2-3 p.m. at Battery Park Christian Church in the Fellowship Hall (4201 Brook Rd.). Open to the public. Please call 804-353-3171 for information and to register.
December 1, Midlothian – Spring Classes at LLI. The Lifelong Learning Institute in Chesterfield will be releasing their Fall Catalog on site and online on Friday, December 1! For more information, visit www.LLIChesterfield.org or e-mail info@LLIChesterfield.org.
December 4 & 5, Richmond - 12-Hour Building Your Skills for Dementia Care: A Person Centered Approach training offered by the Alzheimer's Association Greater Richmond Chapter. Cost is $99 for both days. Certificates of Attendance issued upon completion. Will be held at 4600 Cox Road (Innsbrook), Glen Allen. For more information or to register, please contact Fran Foster at (804) 967-2580 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
December 6, Richmond – Pine Camp Arts & CC Senior Music Hour, Tis the season to be Jolly! One-hour live performance by vocalists and instrumentalists in our intimate theatre allow audiences to share stories and memories about the music of their era. Enjoy Donald Coles' delightful performance as you ring in the holiday season. 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. at Pine Camp, 4901 Old Brook Rd. Free parking. Cost $2.99 per guest. RSVP with Pine Camp Guest Services,(804) 646-3677 or email Ann-Marie.Williams@richmondgov.com
December 14, Virginia Beach - Senior Advocate/First Colonial Inn Holiday Homearama (845 First Colonial Rd., Virginia Beach.) 4:00 - 7:00PM. Sponsorship opportunities for senior service providers. For more details, email Steph@SenAdv.com.
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