I’ve always encouraged people to have or start a bucket list. Those crazy things that propel us or compel us into action…living life. I also believe that one’s bucket list is what drives us to fulfill our dreams.
Did you know there are Older Adult Services at the Denver Public Library? You may find events, classes, information, and resources to help you thrive.
Jodi’s Race for Awareness Offers Hope and Inspiration for those Battling Ovarian Cancer with In-Person and Virtual Events
Jodi’s Race also has an option to participate virtually and Denver7’s Jaclyn Allen will emcee a virtual celebration at 10 a.m. on Sunday, June 13th. For more information or to register for Jodi’s Race, please visit www.jodisrace.org
Firehouse Theater Company presents a Zoom production: Friday and Saturday at 7:30 and Sunday at 2:00, March 19, 20, 21.
Hunker Down by Robert F. Benjamin is a timely, heartwarming romantic comedy about older, single adults grappling with isolation during COVID times. During the spring 2020 shutdown, out of desperation, a lonely widow (Bari, played by Anne Myers) pleads to visit with her curmudgeonly neighbor (Kevin, played by Tim Fishbaugh) to meet up. He begrudgingly agrees to meeting on Zoom which sets them off on a journey that surprises them both. .
It’s a fact of life…one day, we’ll all die. Before that happens, you have time to help your loved ones avoid hardship by planning for life without you. Make sure you have your finances in order before it’s too late. Need assistance? AARP ElderWatch can help by pairing you up with a financial counselor. Read below for a breakdown of legal documents you need when planning for the end of life.
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