Have you always wanted to learn how to dance? Are you a former dancer looking to get moving again? Good news! Dance is available to you at any age, and is good for the mind, body, and soul. While there are a variety of dance styles such as ballet, tap, contemporary, and hip-hop; swing dancing has remained popular for over 100 years! Swing is a style of dance that developed alongside the swing style of jazz in the 1920s. Back then, dancers would move to the tunes of famous jazz musicians such as Louis Armstrong, Count Basie, Roy Eldridge, Glenn Miller, and other greats.
Join AARP NY and the SBDC for a Series of Virtual Workshops on Small Businesses and Entrepreneurship!
At AARP, we envision a world where people aged 50-plus are respected and valued in the workforce. This vision also includes empowering the 50-plus community to start new businesses and work for as long as they need or desire. For many, the process of starting a small business is competitive and difficult to navigate. Prospective business owners and entrepreneurs are not offered the unique guidance and resources that they need for success. As people live longer lives and the nature of work evolves, the need to learn new skills and translate experience to new career opportunities will only grow.
In North Carolina, there are over 1.7 million family caregivers, people who care of a loved one at some point of time each year. But who is taking care of the caregiver? It is important for caregivers to be equipped with the knowledge of how to assist loved one with daily living activities, appointments and creating a healthy living environment. But of equal importance is prioritizing your own health and wellbeing.
AARP NY is proud to present this 4-part virtual series with National Master John Michael Silvederio. The program will guide players through the complex and exciting game of chess, with lessons that advance from beginner to intermediate play.
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