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National Event Calendar for Seniors, Boomers, Older Adults & Family Caregivers

This calendar lists events from all over the United States. These events are focused on educational resources, information and/or fun social events for seniors, older adults and family caregivers. Many of the events feature companies and non-profit organizations presenting information to educate and inform seniors on resources available.

18 April 2015


Money Smart Week
Where: United States (map)
Created by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago in 2002, Money Smart Week® is a public awareness campaign designed to help consumers better manage their personal finances. This is achieved through the collaboration and coordinated effort of hundreds of organizations across the country. Programming is offered to all demographics and income levels and covers all facets of personal finance. Partnering Organizations will host their events April 18 - 25, 2015. Learn More
(add to your Google Calendar)

24 April 2015


Pikes Peak Writers Conference
Where: Colorado Springs Marriott, 5580 Tech Center Drive, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80919 (map)
Pikes Peak Writers Conference has a welcoming, friendly atmosphere where you can dive into the topics that interest you the most, surrounded by industry professionals and other writers who are eager to learn, connect and network. The three-day conference is full of topical, in-depth workshops, dynamic keynote speakers, opportunities for one-on-one time with agents and editors, the chance to read your work aloud for constructive critique, plus time to socialize with fellow writers. Learn More
(add to your Google Calendar)

1 May 2015


Edible Communities
Where: United States (map)
Edible Communities is striving to transform the way consumers shop for food, cook, eat and relate to locally grown food. From printed publications to local websites and events focused on healthy eating, the group works to connect consumers with local growers, retailers, chefs and food artisans, fostering a new appreciation of eating health food. Learn More
(add to your Google Calendar)

1 May 2015


Family History Expos - Genealogy Research Retreat
Where: City Limits Convention Center, 2227 S. Range Ave, Colby, Kansas, 67701 (map)
Family History Expos helps you trace your roots using modern technology and proven techniques. We bring people together in the name of the world’s greatest asset—families. This Retreat will focus on the details of research. Learn More
(add to your Google Calendar)

1 May 2015


Find a Walk with a Doc Event
Where: United States (map)
Walk with a Doc is a walking program for everyone interested in taking steps for a healthier lifestyle. What better way to start your weekend than on your feet making strides to help your heart and improving your general health to live longer! Learn More
(add to your Google Calendar)

1 May 2015


Find a The Death Cafe Event
Where: Across the United States (map)
With a Death Cafe, the idea is to get people from all backgrounds together over tea, coffee and delicious cake, to simply talk about death, a normal aspect of life that is generally feared by our culture. The hope of the Death Cafe movement is to simply normalize this phase of life by allowing groups of people to talk about death. A Death Cafe is not a support group or a means of selling services, but is instead a simple social gathering. There have been Death Cafes all over Colorado and the US. Learn More
(add to your Google Calendar)

1 May 2015


Abilities Expo - New York
Where: New Jersey Convention & Expo Center, 97 Sunfield Avenue, Edison, NJ 08837 (map)
Abilities Expo is a resource where people with disabilities, their families, seniors, vets, caregivers and healthcare professionals gain knowledge and empowerment (and have a little fun!). Abilities Expo has also provided an excellent forum for companies with disability products and services to reach out and enhance the lives of this Community. The Abilities Expo has customized its offerings to include exhibits, workshops and activities geared toward seniors. Learn More
(add to your Google Calendar)

1 May 2015


Training for Care Professionals and Family Caregivers
Where: United States (map)
Medifecta offers award-winning DVDs, textbooks, work books and online content for both professional and family caregivers. Develop your caregiving skills for person-centered care. Learn More
(add to your Google Calendar)

11 May 2015


Unique Lives Presentation – Carol Leifer From A Life in Comedy
Where: California Theatre, 345 South First St., San Jose, CA 95113 (map)
Unique Lives & Experiences is a Women’s Lecture Series, designed to motivate, challenge and enlighten anyone with an open mind and a strong desire to learn from the personal experiences of distinguished speakers. Learn More
(add to your Google Calendar)

11 May 2015


National Center for Creative Aging
Where: United States (map)
National Center for Creative Aging (NCCA) has launched the first of its kind Directory of Creative Aging Programs in America funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, MetLife Foundation, and The Michelson Foundation. The Directory features arts programs serving older people and includes intergenerational activities in urban, suburban, and rural communities in a variety of settings such as community centers, senior centers, assisted living, adult day care, arts institutions, and libraries. Learn More
(add to your Google Calendar)

12 May 2015


Unique Lives Presentation – Piper Kerman – Orange is the New Black
Where: Seawell Grand Ball Room, 1101 13th Street, Denver, CO 80204, United States (map)
Unique Lives & Experiences is a Women’s Lecture Series, designed to motivate, challenge and enlighten anyone with an open mind and a strong desire to learn from the personal experiences of distinguished speakers. Learn More
(add to your Google Calendar)

19 May 2015


NCCA Conference on THE CREATIVE AGE: Creativity and Aging in America
Where: Washington, DC (map)
The National Center for Creative Aging (NCCA) is dedicated to fostering an understanding of the vital relationship between creative expression and healthy aging. The purpose of this conference is to gather local to international leaders, across the sectors of aging, arts, health, and social services. The conference will showcase best practice programs, foster networking and exchange of ideas. Learn More
(add to your Google Calendar)

1 June 2015


Edible Communities
Where: United States (map)
Edible Communities is striving to transform the way consumers shop for food, cook, eat and relate to locally grown food. From printed publications to local websites and events focused on healthy eating, the group works to connect consumers with local growers, retailers, chefs and food artisans, fostering a new appreciation of eating health food. Learn More
(add to your Google Calendar)

1 June 2015


National Center for Creative Aging
Where: United States (map)
National Center for Creative Aging (NCCA) has launched the first of its kind Directory of Creative Aging Programs in America funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, MetLife Foundation, and The Michelson Foundation. The Directory features arts programs serving older people and includes intergenerational activities in urban, suburban, and rural communities in a variety of settings such as community centers, senior centers, assisted living, adult day care, arts institutions, and libraries. Learn More
(add to your Google Calendar)

1 June 2015


Find a Walk with a Doc Event
Where: United States (map)
Walk with a Doc is a walking program for everyone interested in taking steps for a healthier lifestyle. What better way to start your weekend than on your feet making strides to help your heart and improving your general health to live longer! Learn More
(add to your Google Calendar)

1 June 2015


Find a The Death Cafe Event
Where: Across the United States (map)
With a Death Cafe, the idea is to get people from all backgrounds together over tea, coffee and delicious cake, to simply talk about death, a normal aspect of life that is generally feared by our culture. The hope of the Death Cafe movement is to simply normalize this phase of life by allowing groups of people to talk about death. A Death Cafe is not a support group or a means of selling services, but is instead a simple social gathering. There have been Death Cafes all over Colorado and the US. Learn More
(add to your Google Calendar)

1 June 2015


Training for Care Professionals and Family Caregivers
Where: United States (map)
Medifecta offers award-winning DVDs, textbooks, work books and online content for both professional and family caregivers. Develop your caregiving skills for person-centered care. Learn More
(add to your Google Calendar)

8 June 2015


Unique Lives Presentation – Allison Levine – Oxygen Not Included
Where: Seawell Grand Ball Room, 1101 13th Street, Denver, CO 80204, United States (map)
Unique Lives & Experiences is a Women’s Lecture Series, designed to motivate, challenge and enlighten anyone with an open mind and a strong desire to learn from the personal experiences of distinguished speakers. Learn More
(add to your Google Calendar)

12 June 2015


Abilities Expo - Chicago
Where: Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center, 1551 North Thoreau Drive, Schaumburg, IL 60173 (map)
Abilities Expo is a resource where people with disabilities, their families, seniors, vets, caregivers and healthcare professionals gain knowledge and empowerment (and have a little fun!). Abilities Expo has also provided an excellent forum for companies with disability products and services to reach out and enhance the lives of this Community. The Abilities Expo has customized its offerings to include exhibits, workshops and activities geared toward seniors. Learn More
(add to your Google Calendar)

22 June 2015


National Center for Creative Aging
Where: United States (map)
National Center for Creative Aging (NCCA) has launched the first of its kind Directory of Creative Aging Programs in America funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, MetLife Foundation, and The Michelson Foundation. The Directory features arts programs serving older people and includes intergenerational activities in urban, suburban, and rural communities in a variety of settings such as community centers, senior centers, assisted living, adult day care, arts institutions, and libraries. Learn More
(add to your Google Calendar)

24 June 2015


Unique Lives Presentation – I am Malala
Where: Bellco Theatre, 700 14th Street, Denver, CO 80202, United States (map)
Unique Lives & Experiences is a Women’s Lecture Series, designed to motivate, challenge and enlighten anyone with an open mind and a strong desire to learn from the personal experiences of distinguished speakers. Learn More
(add to your Google Calendar)

26 June 2015


Unique Lives Presentation – I am Malala
Where: The Event Center at SJSU, 290 South 7th Street, San Jose, CA 95112, United States (map)
Unique Lives & Experiences is a Women’s Lecture Series, designed to motivate, challenge and enlighten anyone with an open mind and a strong desire to learn from the personal experiences of distinguished speakers. Learn More
(add to your Google Calendar)

1 July 2015


Edible Communities
Where: United States (map)
Edible Communities is striving to transform the way consumers shop for food, cook, eat and relate to locally grown food. From printed publications to local websites and events focused on healthy eating, the group works to connect consumers with local growers, retailers, chefs and food artisans, fostering a new appreciation of eating health food. Learn More
(add to your Google Calendar)

1 July 2015


Find a Walk with a Doc Event
Where: United States (map)
Walk with a Doc is a walking program for everyone interested in taking steps for a healthier lifestyle. What better way to start your weekend than on your feet making strides to help your heart and improving your general health to live longer! Learn More
(add to your Google Calendar)

1 July 2015


Find a The Death Cafe Event
Where: Across the United States (map)
With a Death Cafe, the idea is to get people from all backgrounds together over tea, coffee and delicious cake, to simply talk about death, a normal aspect of life that is generally feared by our culture. The hope of the Death Cafe movement is to simply normalize this phase of life by allowing groups of people to talk about death. A Death Cafe is not a support group or a means of selling services, but is instead a simple social gathering. There have been Death Cafes all over Colorado and the US. Learn More
(add to your Google Calendar)