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Some local resources for more information about Parkinson's disease.
The DC LGBT Center educates, empowers, celebrates, and connects the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities. To fulfill their mission, they focus on four core areas: health and wellness, arts & culture, social & peer support, and advocacy and community building.
This program brings together people impacted by Parkinson’s Disease to participate in various physical exercises aimed at improving posture, balance and circulation and increasing strength, muscle control and mobility. Various activities designed to engage participants mentally are also incorporated.
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Join us on Monday, October 7th when we will be taking a private tour of the “Americans and the Holocaust” exhibit at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. This exhibit aims to shed light on the American mindset during the Holocaust and the socio-economic factors that contributed to it. Register!
Cultural Tourism DC offers many programs in DC that are low-cost and free. There are also lots of opportunities to volunteer for programs. Visit their website to learn about walking tours, PorchFest, Passport DC, DC Neighborhood Heritage Trails, African American Heritage Trails, and see their events calendar.
Ready to get your hands dirty? Welcome to the DC Urban Gardener’s Network, your hub and guide to a wealth of urban agriculture, environmental, sustainability, food access and nutrition organizations, events and resources in our community.
Please come to hear a delightful live music performance, enjoy a delicious boxed lunch, and participate in a facilitated conversation with people from your community. This program is intended for DC residents age 60 plus. Register a week before the program is offered so we know how many lunches to order.
You’re in your fifties, sixties or beyond and have saved nothing or not nearly enough to retire. You don’t want to be blamed or shamed about it. Too late for that. What you want to know is whether there is anything you can do now to intercept the precarious financial path you’re on. Join us at either Cleveland Park or West End to hear acclaimed author, Elizabeth White, speak about some strategies to help you cope in this time of your life.