There are many people who believe that retirement is a time to rest after a lifetime of making a living. While it’s true there are some seniors who would prefer to relax in their recliner and catch-up on episodes of Matlock and Murder She Wrote after they retire, there is a growing number of older adults who want to remain active long after their days of eight-hour shifts have ended.
Fortunately, in many parts of the country there are programs for these folks that are aimed at improving their quality of life. One such program is Bay Area Older Adults, an organization founded by Anne Ferguson to “stimulate the hearts, bodies and minds of older adults through easy access to arts and culture, nature and new friends.”
Ferguson, who created the organization out of her love for her grandparents, envisions creating sustainable communities of adults over the age of 50 who participate in healthy activities together, socialize, and support each other. From visits to museums and art galleries to walks and outdoor activities to meditation groups and educational lectures, Bay Area Older Adults offers a variety of programs and events for variety of different interests. Best of all, memberships are free.
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