In honor of SJFS's 125th anniversary, SJFS partnered with WRVO to record the stories of members of the CNY community. These stories capture the meaningful and significantmoments of their lives, and we are happy to now be able to share these stories with the rest of the community. WRVO will broadcast these stories every weekday afternoon during their "All Things Considered" segment, starting this Memorial Day and continuing until July 4. StorySharing CNY will air at 5:44 PM, and we invite everyone to tune in!

Click here for more information on the WRVO website!



 


Upcoming Events

M-Power U: An Arts and Minds Community

Contact Ellen Somers, SJFS Assistant Director, to learn about enrolling in this weekly 4-hour M-Power U session.

Introducing: Arts and Minds Cafe, 2:30-3:30pm free through September!

All members of the community with early memory loss concerns, and their care partners, are welcome to join us for the Arts and Minds Cafe during the final hour of the Arts and Minds Community. From 2:30-3:30 pm, enjoy a social hour, refreshments, and an expressive arts activity. (No pre-screening or pre-registration required)

Center for Healthy Living

  • Views on Aging: Through the Movie Lens: Continues Sunday, 5/27, 6/24, 3-5:30pm; $10/series
  • Poetry as a Pathway to Spirituality in Later Life: Weds/ 5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30, 6/6, 9-11am; $15/series
  • Zen and the Art of Caregiving: Thurs 5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 6-7:30pm; $15/series
  • Advance Care Planning: Tues 5/8, 5/22; 10-11:30am; $10/series
  • Gift of Grace Conversation Game: Tues 5/15, 10-11:30am; $5

M-Power U Now Enrolling for Arts and Minds Community

M-Power U — A Learning Community for Early Memory Loss: We are now  enrolling participants for a new section called An Arts and Minds Community on Fridays starting February 16 from 11:30am to 3:30pm at Menorah Park. Contact SJFS Assistant Director Ellen Somers at x. 225 to make an appointment for screening and information!

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