Connect with others, get moving, and learn new things in our free virtual groups and workshops for seniors. Anyone 50 years old and older is welcome to attend. If you have any questions or need help registering contact Geriatric Social Worker, Michele Bernstein, LISW at 614-559-0157 or email@example.com.
Senior Speaker Series
The 2nd Wednesday of the month from 2pm-2:45pm
Coffee and Canvas with The Ashford on Broad
Wednesday, May 12 – Register Here
Join us as the Ashford on Broad hosts a live interactive painting session via Zoom! Register by April 26 at the link above and email Michele Bernstein at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a painting kit. Please indicate if you plan to pick up your kit at 1070 College Ave or you will need it mailed to your home. No previous art experience necessary to join!
Music Through the Decades
The 1st Tuesday of the month from 11-11:45am.
Three Creeks Senior Living in Gahanna will be providing a Music Therapist to lead a fun, interactive Zoom class featuring Jewish music.
InMotion with BalletMet
The 1st Wednesday of the month from 2pm-3pm.
BalletMet instructor Dani Kfoury will lead a virtual dance class specifically designed for older adults. Participants of all physical abilities, (walkers and wheelchairs are welcome) whether completely new to dance or returning after many years, experience the physical and cognitive benefits of dance. Classes begin seated in chairs, and participants are welcome to stay seated for the duration of the class. Using principles from ballet and contemporary dance,
class exercises cultivate strength, coordination, range of motion, flexibility, and creative skills.
Urban Zen Chair Yoga
The 3rd Wednesday of the month from 2pm-2:45pm.
Certified Instructor Deborah Forsblom will lead a 45 minute chair yoga session specifically for seniors. Grab your chair (without wheels) and log in to Zoom to learn a variety of stretches that will help you keep moving while staying at home.
The 4th Wednesday of the month from 2pm-3pm
Join fellow seniors in a discussion about recent movies, documentaries, and tv shows. Get recommendations on what to watch next and share your reviews with others. To participate in this group access to a Netflix account is recommended.
May 26, 2021: We will discuss the Netflix movies, “The Dig,” a drama that reimagines the archaeological excavation of Sutton Hoo in Suffolk, England in 1939 and “The White Tiger,” a drama about an ambitious Indian driver who uses his wit and cunning to escape from poverty and rise to the top.