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Age-Friendly Listening Session

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The Age Friendly Initiative is focused on helping our City prepare for the rapidly growing population of older adults. This Listening Session will help gather input from our community so they can learn more from adults and seniors in order to create a vision for San Diego to be Age-Friendly. 


Presented by the City of San Diego.

Thursday, February 20. 12-1:30pm.

Free, open to all.

Light refreshments will be served.

Please RSVP (858) 459-0831

Dream Tending Workshop


Discover the hidden potential of your dreams to open new worlds of connection, creativity and healing in your life. Dream Tending is a journey of discovery through engagement with the images that arrive when our conscious minds are asleep. The 90-minute workshops include the tending of at least one dream with Q&A and group discussion. Gatherings cultivate an attitude of gentle curiosity, respect for one another’s privacy, and willingness to learn more about yourself. If you are new to Dream Tending, please contact Instructor Marlane for a brief interview (619)-251-7780.

Friday, February 7, 14, 21, 28, 12-1:30pm.

$20/M, $25/NM per class.

Preregister to hold your place: Maximum 10.


How To Inventory Your Fine Jewelry

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What is jewelry inventory? This class will teach you how to inventory and photograph your jewelry, where to start on appraising and insuring your jewelry and more. Learn great tips on keeping your jewelry safe at home and traveling. Also learn about selling your personal jewelry through a variety of channels.


Special Offer: Past attendees are welcome to return for a refresher course at 1/2 price.

Taught by Anne Schofield, Jeweler.

Thursday, February 27, 2:30-4:00pm.
$20/M, $25/NM per class.

Author Talk: Living Well with Parkinson's Disease

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Enjoy a reading and Q&A with author Robert J. Silver, Ph.D. Written for fellow Parkinson’s patients, their families, and friends, Keepin’ On chronicles a life of love, loss, longing, work, sports, travel, friendship, and intimacy—all against the backdrop of progressive Parkinson’s disease. The writing is intended to help inoculate Parkinson’s patients against the hopelessness and despair, and to comfort friends and family who love and care for them. In the end, Keepin’ On recounts a refusal to surrender to Parkinson’s and encouragement to Silver’s fellow Parkinson’s patients to keep on keepin’ on.


Tuesday, February 18, 2:30pm.

Free, registration required (858) 459-0831

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