The Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra is offering a specially designed program to make orchestral music more accessible for people living with dementia. This program invites participants living with early-stage dementia to a 45-minute portion of an HPO rehearsal featuring Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade followed by a discussion about the composer and music at FirstOntario Concert Hall.
Six Characteristics of Cohousing LiveWell Cohousing Consulting, based in British Columbia, is helping to spread the cohousing [...]
Join local history buff Fraser Forrest as he takes us along Spencer Creek Trail in Dundas. Learn about the industrial background and changes along Spencer Creek and how critical it was in making Dundas an industrial boom town.
Learn how to pray in silence following the Christian contemplative tradition of The Cloud of Unknowing, St. John of the Cross, Father Thomas Merton, Father Thomas Keating
Hamilton Aging In Community Walks Since September 2019 our network, along with The Iroquoia Bruce Trail Education Committee, has been [...]
How to Cultivate Well-being in Your Life: 5 Components to Thriving Positive psychology investigates the science of what [...]
Healthy Brains and Board Games What comes to mind when you think of board games? Some of us might think back [...]
Join us as guest leader Christine Bowen from Bay Area Restoration Park (BARC) takes us on a leisurely interpretive walk on the loop around Bayfront Park. 2-3 km. Paved trail.
Fall 2019 Learning Series Michelle Gold is a baby boomer, with a keen interest in positive aging. Five years ago Michelle had [...]
A leisurely walk of 3-4 km through one of Ancaster’s older neighbourhoods. We will be walking on sidewalks & side streets that are bounded on three sides by the Hamilton Golf and Country Club, Wilson Street and Fiddler’s Green Road. We’ll look at a neighbourhood in transition with a focus on architecture and older trees, and talk about Hamilton’s new Urban Forest Strategy.