Brookline Adult & Community Education in partnership with Brookline Community Aging Network, and the Brookline Public Library, invite you to a special evening of arts and ideas with older artists. More information available online at www.brooklineadulted.org. Course Code X265
Creative expression is a vital part of life at any stage, but it becomes particularly important as we age. Learn how the creative process can improve your quality of life and what you can do to nurture your creative spirit. Hear from a panel of older adults who have recently discovered or continue to explore themselves through music, art or writing. Their work and stories are sure to inspire you!
Moderator: Bennett Gurian, M.D. (artist) with panelists: Riva Berkovitz (photographer), Harry Johnson (writer), Anne Gamble (musician) and Denise Lotufo (physical therapist/musician)
The founding members of the Brookline Community Aging Network; the Brookline Council on Aging, Center Communities of Brookline, Goddard House in Brookline and Jewish Family & Children’s Service are proud to sponsor this event. BrooklineCAN promotes services and activities that enable older people to continue to live as independently as possible so that they remain a vital part of the town’s social, cultural and civic life. To learn more visit www.brooklinecan.org
Thursday, October 18th
Reception: 6:00 - 6:30 p.m. Program: 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Free. Registration is not required for this event but to insure seating call 781-693-1393