Facebook Pixel PageView Image
  • Sep 18 Wednesday

Live 5,4,3,2,1 +8

  • 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Choice Location: Union Frick’s Market presented by Natalie Counts, Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital

  • Sep 20 Friday

Prime Time Health

  • 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Choice Location:  Samuel Sachs Library presented by Health UR Hobby, Brenda Ranney Presentation Description: Participants in our workshop will learn simple ways to make health a viable hobby through interactive activities, education, and personal stories.  Class sizes are limited and attendees have the option to enjoy a healthy lunch catered by the St. Louis Bread Company. Registration…

  • Sep 20 Friday

Abuse and Neglect Prevention

  • 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Choice Location:  Florissant Valley Library presented by VOYCE, Jessica Rogalski Presentation Description: This is presentation about different types of Abuse or Neglect that can happen in the senior community. This can benefit individuals by being able to notice the signs of abuse to protect themselves or others.   Class sizes are limited and attendees have the option…

  • Sep 23 Monday

Meditation for Beginners

  • 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Choice Location:  Grants View Library presented by Sahaja Mediation Group Presentation Description: Participants will learn simple meditation techniques to achieve mental silence, inner peace, and lead a stress-free life.  Class sizes are limited and attendees have the option to enjoy a healthy lunch catered by the St. Louis Bread Company. Registration is required for this event and…

  • Sep 27 Friday

Understanding the Better Together Unification Plan

  • 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Choice Location:  Samuel Sachs Library presented by Better Together STL, Molly Dwyer Presentation Description: Staff at Better Together hope to present to communities about their research, the unification plan, and then answer questions. The goal of the presentation is to educate residents of the region about the plan, not to persuade them in a particular way. Class…

  • Sep 27 Friday

Stroke Rehab Services

  • 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Choice Location:  Florissant Valley Library presented by Washington University, Michelle Klein Presentation Description: A stroke does not have to mean that a person can no longer do the things he or she wants to do, but it may mean doing those things differently than prior to the stroke. Stroke rehabilitation with Occupational Therapy is a foundational component…

  • Sep 30 Monday

Importance of Advance Directives

  • 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Choice Location:  Grants View Library presented by Mercy Hospice South, Sarah Hansen Presentation Description: Participants will learn simple meditation techniques to achieve mental silence, inner peace, and lead a stress-free life.  Class sizes are limited and attendees have the option to enjoy a healthy lunch catered by the St. Louis Bread Company. Registration is required for this…

  • Oct 4 Friday

Wellbeing and Mindfulness

  • 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Choice Location:  Daniel Boone Library presented by Pat Nellis Director of Clinical Operations, Washington University Occupational Therapy Presentation Description: Increase your awareness and understanding of well-being and how the things you do every day can affect how you feel about yourself and your overall health. We’ll cover how positive emotions / mindfulness, meaningful activity, social…

  • Oct 4 Friday

Medicare Boot Camp: It’s As Easy As A, B, C and D Session 1

  • 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Choice Location: Lewis and Clark Career Center presented by Aging Ahead and St. Charles Adult and Community Education

  • Oct 4 Friday

Date Safe- Healthy, Safe, Strong

  • 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Choice Location:  Jamestown Bluffs Library presented by Best Choice St. Louis Presentation Description: Discussion is an hour-long presentation addressing healthy relationships, boundaries, consent, sexual risks (are you safe?) statistics of STD’s, and more. Class sizes are limited and attendees have the option to enjoy a healthy lunch catered by the St. Louis Bread Company. Registration…