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Mon, March 27, 1:00pm – 2:30pm
WherePanther Pub & Eatery, 5651 Broad St, Greendale, WI 53129, USA
DescriptionJoin us for a discussion of the book "Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End" by Atul Gawande Registration required- please call the library at 414-423-2136
Community Garden News!
The NEW community garden at St. Thomas of Canterbury Church has been built and will be ready for community use in spring of 2017.
Garden plots are 4’ x 4’ or 4’ x 6’ raised beds filled with organic compost. Water, watering cans, gardening tools, and various seeds will be provided.
Educational gardening programs will be provided throughout the growing season. Sign-up for plots will begin March 1, 2017.
Application forms can be obtained at:
• St. Thomas of Canterbury Church (7255 W. Grange Avenue, Greendale) Tuesday–Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
• Greendale Health Department (5650 Parking Street, Greendale) Monday–Friday, 8 am to 4:30 PM.
Only $10.00 donation fee per plot for the season!
Plots are limited, so sign up early!
For further questions, contact Noelle Gehlhaart at 414-604-0841 or email: noellegehlhaartegmail.com; or Joan Lamson at 414-768-8813.
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SENIOR FEST 2017-TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW GET THEM BEFORE THEY ARE GONE
Call Greendale Park and Recreation at 414.423.2790
Aging in Place…Your Own Home
adults and seniors
Good Food, Good Company
Session II Thursday, March 30, 2017 3:00-4:30
Place: Greendale Historic Hose Tower, 5699 Parking Street, Greendale, WI 53129
FREE: however pre-registration is highly recommended. Call Greendale Park and Recreation at 414.423.2790 press, 1, then press 2 to register.
Find out about senior center meals, menu calendar meals, and the options for home delivery. Never go without a well-balanced, not nutritious meal and enjoy the meal in the company of your peers in a warm and welcoming environment.
Featuring: Sendiks / Woodman’s / Groceries On The Go / Interfaith / Milwaukee County Department on Aging / Horizon Meals on Wheels / Stock Box / Greendale Senior Social Club / Community Projects
Facilitators: Love Thy Neighbor Foundation and Greendale Park and Recreation Department and Greendale Senior Social Club.
It’s hard to ask for help, admitting you need a little help is a sign of strength not weakness! Aging loved ones are the “talk of the town” but we need to start talking to one another.
From aging in place, to downsizing, to placement in a fitting care environment, it can feel overwhelming. These seminars/forums are designed to provide resources and information on staying independent and “aging in place” while knowing how/where to seek some assistance.
Plan to attend one, or all of the discussion forums presented by Love Thy Neighbor Foundation with qualified and experienced community businesses and resources. Get empowered and find out how to help your aging loved ones stay in their own homes. Maybe you need the empowering yourself! Let us bring the experts to your and start answering the questions many of us evidently have!