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Creative Aging

By June 18, 2012

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Comedy Tonight  www.stagebridge.orgI am so excited to bring you two new articles from Sue Salko and Ron Gross, gurus extraordinaire of creative aging. If you think getting older means sitting in a chair, these articles are going to get your creative juices flowing and your toes tapping. I can almost guarantee it.

Creative Aging, Part 1 is about transforming the lives of older Americans. Organizations across the country are focusing on how to involve older people, baby boomers, seniors, elders, call them what you may, in arts of all kinds--dance, theatre, music, poetry, sculpture--you name it, seniors are doing it.

In Creative Aging, Part 2, Sue and Ron introduce you to the muses inspiring this movement in creative aging. And inspiring it is!

I'd like to hear from you about how you are aging creatively: Readers Respond - How are you aging creatively?

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