Tag Archives: changing aging
On October 11th the residents of Cotton’s Point Senior Apartments in San Clemente, CA, celebrated their art with an afternoon tea. Artist Christine Barone taught a three month “Art for Healing” workshop. Participants immersed themselves in a class that encouraged … Continue reading
Tim Carpenter, EngAGE CEO/Founder, was in Morgan Hill in Northern California on October 10th, and shared this: “With Nancy Goodhart (EngAGE CAO) today at the Grand Opening of EngAGE’s newest community of seniors, our first in Northern California, with Community Development Partners … Continue reading
The First Annual EngAGE Community Cup (formerly Senior Olympics) was held in September at Cerritos Park East in Cerritos, CA. Congratulations to all of the enthusiastic participants and medalists, and a special hat tip to the team from Long Beach … Continue reading
Save the date! PDX All Ages Radio Story Hour Multnomah Arts Center 7688 SW Capitol, Highway, Portland, OR 97219 November 3rd @ 7 p.m. Gallery Reception @ 6 p.m. Enjoy a free, fun-filled, and inspirational evening of stories, music, and … Continue reading
EngAGE CAO Nancy Goodhart was visiting Cascadian Terrace Senior Apartments in Portland, OR, when she took these photos of residents at work in the art class. She observed, “Serious deliberation before brushes touched the shirts!”
Read more here!
The Readers Theater performance, “American Humor,” on October 2nd at NoHo SAC in North Hollywood, CA, was a huge success. It was a full house with over 40 attendees frequently breaking out in laughter. Congratulations to Naomi Monroe, Readers Theater … Continue reading
Please support fiercely independent KPFK, the only radio station powered by the people!
EngAGE celebrates diversity and one of our favorite ways to do that is with food, whether it’s learning how to cook something new or enjoying eating it! In September, residents at BSAC in Burbank, CA, shared a tasty Indian luncheon. … Continue reading
At NoHo SAC in North Hollywood, CA, we are delighted to have as residents so many talented individuals who are constantly discovering new skills and challenging themselves to do something they are not used to doing. Below is a story from … Continue reading