The Denver Commission on Aging and the Denver Office on Aging will be hosting the second annual Seniors in September event. Last year this event attracted over 300 older adults to the Denver Art Museum for a day of fun and learning about important services available. This year the event will offer free workshops on health, fitness and legal Issues pertaining to aging, as well as a community resource forum showcasing services from the City and County Denver and non-profit organizations. Mayor Michael Hancock will deliver a keynote speech, and a free lunch will be served to attendees. The event will be held at the Denver Art Museum on Sept. 17, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and is open to the public and those interested in issues concerning aging and older adults. Transportation will be provided by Innovage from select Denver locations.
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