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Category Archives: Hand-Crafting
LBSAC residents enjoy a beading and jewelry-making class that teaches the art of making wearable art. Instructor Toni Byrd reports: This month was very productive. The students have created beautiful and unique jewelry with beads, seashells and fruit seeds to create wire … Continue reading
Jewelry Class is led by a Metro Compton resident. Patricia loves to make jewelry in her spare time and decided to share her talent with her community. Recently, class members each created a bracelet and a pair of earrings using … Continue reading
Making crafts of all kinds inspires creativity and gives residents an opportunity to socialize across cultural boundaries. Recently, residents enjoyed creating decorations that celebrate spring. Charming to give or keep! ~ Sandra Vargas, Regional Programs Director EngAGE offers a variety of … Continue reading
Art and hand-crafting classes provide an opportunity for residents to explore their creativity through various mediums. Recently, Art Instructor Fabian Debora introduced the technique of using ink. Residents enjoyed and were amazed by the medium’s fluidity. Fabian describes the communication and relationship … Continue reading
The first of 12 Town Halls for LA County’s Cultural Equity & Inclusion Initiative takes place on May 2nd in Torrance at 7 pm. Members of the general public are invited to join the conversation and share their comments, ideas and … Continue reading
We’re pleased to be featured in “Using the Arts to Promote Healthy Aging,” an article by Jane E. Brody, who writes about health and aging for the New York Times.
Program Assistant Laura Martos does double-duty at Metro Compton Senior Apartments in Los Angeles where she also facilitates these classes. Computer Literacy: Residents meet in a group setting, or one on one, to learn basic computer skills and receive Internet … Continue reading
In an effort to assist residents with their food needs, EngAGE has partnered with Food Forward, a nonprofit that provides fresh fruits and vegetables to needy families across Los Angeles. For Casa Bonita residents, the food is from the … Continue reading
Today we’re catching up with Magnolia @ Highland in San Bernardino. Staying in shape during the holidays: In the “Get Fit with Kelsey” class, residents are guided through a customized fitness regimen incorporating aerobic and strength training with music and … Continue reading
We’re still catching up on all the holiday activities enjoyed by our EngAGEd seniors! Cotton’s Point residents enjoyed an inter-generational gathering where seniors were entertained by elementary school kids to celebrate the holidays. Site Leader Jennifer Fallon: “For the second … Continue reading