The Greens at Greenwich, an assisted living community providing dementia care, is sponsoring a seminar series, “Conversations for Baby Boomers,” exploring life after 50. Upcoming seminars, which are free and open to the public (registration required) are on March 9 and 16 and will begin at 6pm with a light dinner followed by a speaker at 6:30pm.
The Greens at Greenwich is partnering Greenwich Woods for the seminars, which will be held at Greenwich Woods, 1165 King Street in Greenwich. Call (203) 531-5500 for more information and to register.
“In my work here at The Greens and in the community, I talk to a lot of baby boomers like myself,” said Maria Scaros-Mercado, Executive Director at The Greens at Greenwich. “I find people are wanting to connect, explore and pursue new adventures; start a new business, rediscover a path not taken earlier in life, tell their story, and reinvent themselves overall. And then there is technology. How does it help us communicate, connect and be relevant? The spring seminar series, Conversations for Baby Boomers, came to me as I thought about transitions throughout life and the hunger for creativity.”