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Size Ballet – Senior Planet

Ballet is a beautiful way to continue when our lives are still. So embrace your personal space and treat it like a work of art. That's what I've said countless times as a ballet teacher. But never has it been more meaningful than now. I have always been passionate about the daily benefits of ballet for me, personally, and for …

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#GivingTuesdayNow: Why now? – Senior Planet

There is no denying that tough times lie ahead, but we at Senior Planet have been fortunate to find light as a society during this difficult time. Thanks to the incredible commitment of members and staff, Senior Planet has seen outstanding collaboration and growth over the past one and a half months, allowing us to connect with more seniors than …

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Stuck at Home Guide: Safe and secure video chat

Note: Senior Planet offers virtual classes on topics like "All Things Zoom" "Hosting a Zoom Class" regularly! You do not need a Zoom account to join, and for many Senior Planet programs you can call over the phone if you do not have a computer. You can also find simple zoom instructions in English, Spanish and Chinese here. Have you …

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Craft to the rescue! – Senior Planet

A group of artists in New York's Catskill Mountains have joined the war on Coronavirus by making facemasks for healthcare professionals: Catskilled Crafters. This group of artists in upstate New York has shifted from creating art projects (see Senior Planet History about them here) to rising during this pandemic. In just two weeks, Catskilled Crafters has provided 140 masks for …

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Earth Day Q&A: Peter Harnik … and more

Senior Planet conducts an interview with Peter Harnik, now retired, who is one of the first leaders of environmental action, the nonprofit formed by the organizers of Earth Day. Later this month, Senior Planet Montgomery, in collaboration with Montgomery County's Department of Energy Protection, will launch online energy efficiency programs in the coming weeks. On Tuesday, April 28, 1: 30-2: …

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Follow Up Open Thread: Happy Songs

The results are in; we are a pretty happy bunch when we listen to music and it is a pretty big variety that does it for us. Look through the comments from last Sunday and you will see that there is a mix of all types of genres, although you can see that Eric Clapton gets a lot of love …

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Aging out of Place … – Senior Planet

When this is over, you might be thinking about moving to somewhere warm and sunny. Here is a woman's experience, fortunately done long before the current crisis. … in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico Patrice Wynne, 68, a former bookseller in Berkeley, California, moved to San Miguel de Allende, a strange city in central Mexico in 2002, after closing her …

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Senior Planet Book Club: Week 1

Welcome to our first week's discussion of … Tepper Isn & # 39; t Going Out by Calvin Trillin We read chapters 1-11 this week. What did you think? What do you like so far? What questions arise for you? Start discussing in the comments below! For next Tuesday, April 21, we read chapters 12-22. C returns to seniorplanet.org/articles/online-book-club/ so …

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Stuck At Home Guide: Telemedicine

Note: On Friday, April 17, at 4 PM EST, Senior Planet will host Dr. Michael Spertus, a family physician and instructor at Harvard Medical School, to talk about how people can stay in touch with their doctors through various platforms and video chat options. He will also talk about when he has to meet a patient in person compared to …

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