Current Events in Boston
The Memoir Project, Volume 4
The Memoir Project is a joint venture between Mayor Walsh’s Elderly Commission and Grub Street, Inc. that aims to teach Boston residents 60 and older the rudiments of memoir writing. Attend Mayor Walsh’s unveiling of the 4th issue which focused on residents from the neighborhoods of Allston-Brighton, Roslindale, South End, and West Roxbury.
WHEN: Tuesday, March 25th
LOCATION: BU College of Communication 640 Commonwealth Ave, 2nd floor, Room 209
Space is limited!
The 2014 Greater Boston Senior Games
This annual event is for people 50 and older who enjoy sports and staying active. The May events scheduled include billiards, bowling, golf, bocce, tennis, and half court basketball. The pre-registration deadline is Friday, May 2nd.
WHEN: Activities are held throughout the week of May 12th.
CONTACT: Michael McColgan at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more
DETAILS: Check out the City of Boston’s website: www.cityofboston.gov/elderly/
Annual FriendshipWorks Events
Bilingual Senior Health and Resource Fair
Last year on November 15, 2012, the Jamaica Plain Elder Care Network held their first Senior Health and Resource fair. The fair was a great success, and community elders had a chance to come and ask any questions about health insurance, receive flu and pneumonia shots, and get tips on how to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Twenty local senior care agencies participated and we are hoping to have more next year!
Need more information about the Jamaica Plain Elder Care Network or interested is having a booth at next year’s event?
CONTACT: Lillyana Hebbert
Coordinator of the La Cadena de Amistad program at FriendshipWorks