Aging in Community: Identity, Meaning and Generativity

The Runkle School, 50 Druce St, Brookline

The Boston Workmen’s Circle “Aging in Community” committee

invites you to participate in a four-session facilitated discussion:

 

IDENTITY, MEANING AND GENERATIVITY

Are you among the many in our community in their 50’s, 60’s, 70’s and 80’s or older? 

Join us for a 4-session series to learn from and support one another as we consider: Who we are as we age?  Where do we find meaning in our lives?  What are our challenges?  How do we continue to feel like we are making a difference – for ourselves, our community, our world?

We will share experiences; examine our feelings; consider options and enjoy one another’s company.

Sundays, March 20, April 3, May 15 and May 22

10:30-12:30  - Runkle School in Brookline

(Attendance at all sessions is encouraged but not required)

$25 for the series, payable at the first session, covers facilitation expenses and snacks.   (Let us know when you register if this presents a financial barrier -no one will be turned away)

For questions, or to register (REQUIRED), email Andy Strauss, afstrauss@gmail.com by March 15, 2016.

*UPDATE: Registration for this event is now closed.