“Active Aging Week challenges society’s diminished expectations of aging by showing that, regardless of age or health conditions, adults over 50 can live as fully as possible in all areas of life—physical, social, spiritual, emotional, intellectual, vocational and environmental.” - International Council on Active Aging
There are many opportunities for older adults to enjoy life in Henrico County. In the library we offer lectures, craft programs, book discussions, and computer classes all year round. During Active Aging Week we have a variety of programs that provide information and resources for anyone who is looking to stay active and informed, regardless of age.
One of the best ways to stay active is to go out and help your community. On Saturday, September 22nd at Varina Library and Saturday, September 29th at Tuckahoe Library we will be hosting Volunteer Fairs. Many area non-profits will be on hand to tell you about available volunteering opportunities. Learn more here.
Other programs we have coming up during active aging week are:
Also, on Friday, October 5th, the Greater Richmond Age Wave Coalition presents a course on Aging for Life at Varina Library at 10:00am.
Another great way to stay active in the community is the Friends of the Henrico County Public Library. Friends sponsor programs and help raise awareness of the library in the community.
The library isn’t the only place to find resources and events for older adults in Henrico County:
There is always something to do in Henrico County, whatever your age! For the full list of programs and events happening around Active Aging Week and beyond, check out the Recreation and Parks & Public Library Program Guide available at all library locations and throughout the county.
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