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Lake Country Seniors Are Invited to Keep Connected

Are you a Lake Country Senior 55+ who would like to stay connected with your community through fun programs such as Mind games/Brain Teasers, Short Stories, Poetry and Music and Special interest themes? Does a Speaker Series featuring interesting, educational and informative topics “speak” to you? If yes, then we invite you to join us from the comfort of your own home!  

****Please register for November's programs as soon as possible so you don't miss out! ***

Call or email Kali Smith at 250-938-4944 caregiver@lchps.com



Tuesday, November 3rd – Sally is looking forward to teasing your brain at BRAINTEASERS/TRIVIA FUN! Research shows that the more we exercise those brain muscles the longer we will have them! It's better to wear out than rust out! So sign up for a fun program that will include a variety of questions and answers! No need to worry about what you do or don't know because it’s all about the fun and the learning – even if we forget what we have learned shortly after! There will be a variety of topics and challenge levels. Please have paper and pen handy for writing down your answers 1:00 – 1:45pm. Maximum 10 Participants.

Tuesday November 10th - “SONGS OF THE WAR YEARS“ Please invite your family members to join us all for this SPECIAL REMEMBRANCE DAY presentation! For the past 15 years, Sally and her good friend, Molly Boyd, on piano, have entertained audiences throughout The Okanagan and The Kootenay’s with their highly acclaimed MUSICAL journey through the years of the Second World War. You will discover and rediscover the music of an era when music held people together as they endured the hardships of the war. These songs and the stories around them will be the perfect way to honour those who served our country, both at home and overseas, from 1939 - 1945. This is a tribute to all who sacrificed so much for our freedom throughout the years and to those who are serving Canada today.

1:00 – 2:00 No Maximum on participants.

*Please feel free to invite your family to join us for this session.

Tuesday, November 17th - Once again join Sally at our second BRAINTEASER/TRIVIA FUN session of the month as she tickles your brain cells into remembering all sorts of things you may have forgotten. Of course, having a sense of humour is important when the answer is on the tip of your tongue! No pressure, folks....We are here to have fun! Don't forget your pen and paper. 1:00 – 1:45 pm. Maximum 10 Participants.

Tuesday, November 24 - Sally will be playing her guitar and singing songs while adding a twist to the session! She will be performing Country, Folk and Rock n’ Roll favourites that are sure to bring back memories for you! The twist is that she will be asking you to identify the artists who sang the songs and will, of course, add some trivia about some of the songs.

1:00 - 1:45pm. Maximum 10 Participants.


Thursday, November 5th – Please join Tanya Zeron, as she provides you with excellent information on Staying Active by Preventing Falls! We all know that falling is something that we want to avoid at all costs! Tanya is a Rehabilitation Assistant who, during her career, sat on the Falls Prevention Committee for the North Okanagan, launched the Seniors in Motion Program and participated in a provincial project to reduce emergency room visits due to falls. Tanya's philosophy is “Keep Moving”. She is an Athletic Coach, Group Fitness Instructor and Registered Holistic Nutritionist. 1:00 to 1:45pm. Maximum 20 Participants.

Thursday, November 12th – Heart Opening Guided Meditation with Michellene! With her authentic, charismatic and lighthearted approach, this certified yoga instructor session will leave you feeling peaceful and relaxed and with deep compassion for all – especially YOU! Please join us in sharing this lovely opportunity. 1:00 – 1:45pm. Maximum 20 Participants.

Thursday, November 19th - Memory and Aging. This is a topic that we can all relate to as we get older! Theresa Buchner of the Seniors Helping Seniors group will explain memory function and how it changes as we age. And will give us tips for maintaining and improving our memory! 1:00 – 2:00pm. Maximum 20 Participants.

Thursday, November 26th - Join local award-winning novelist and poet, Laisha Rosnau .for an introduction into her world as an author and hear excerpts from her work, “Little Fortress”. This book of historical fiction, is based on the true story of the Caetani Family of Vernon. It is the story of a changing world and women's roles in times of upheaval. This review of Laisha's writing is from the Globe and Mail: “One could never consider Rosnau as anything but a deft explorer of the heart; she writes with passion, honesty and precision”.

1:00 – 1:45pm. Maximum 20 Participants.

HERE is a sneak peek at your KEEP CONNECTED for seniors’ programS in DECEMBER -

Presentations on How to Get Enough SLEEP! Finding Meaning and Purpose with Bobbi Lee, Lets Be Grateful , A Christmas Special with Sally on guitar and more!

The December Calendar will be available by request on November 24th and can be mailed, emailed to you or picked up at the Lake Country Health Office. 

Introducing your facilitator:  

SALLY EVANS – A musician and vocalist, Sally has 51 years of experience entertaining on stage with her guitar playing in various bands/duos and as a solo act. She is especially proud of her 15 years of entertaining audiences with her Tribute to The Songs of the Second World War accompanied by pianist Molly Boyd. Sally is at home on any stage and she is excited to join you on the stage of ZOOM! Sally's other career and other passion, spans 36 years. She has been working with seniors in Complex Care in Recreation as a Program Coordinator and Leader with 32 of those 36 years at Noric House in Vernon. Sally loves to plan and implement programS for seniors. With her big smile and great sense of humour she looks forward to meeting you soon!

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