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Active Aging Fair

14th Annual Active Aging Fair

Friday, September 22, 12:30 – 3:30 pm

Sponsored by Barrett-Johnson & Associates, a private wealth advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial, and by The Laurels of Charlottesville.

The Senior Center will showcase the resources available in our community to help seniors live life to the fullest. We expect to have more than 40 vendors and 200 plus attendees. Interesting speakers have been booked. Valuable door prizes and free reusable shopping bags will be given away. Dr. Ho’s Humble Pie Food Truck will also be on-site from 11:30 am-1:00 pm. 

1:00 pm: Charlie Mas, Client Service Manager for Barrett-Johnson & Associates, a private wealth advisor practice of Ameriprise Financial discusses “Creating Your Retirement Paycheck” 
2:00 pm: Dr. Brandy Patterson, Assistant Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine at UVa will address “Aging and Your Heart.”  Dr. Patterson is a frequent presenter on NBC 29’s House Call
2:30 pm: Krista Carter, Marketing Director at the Laurels of Charlottesville will discuss “Skilled Care and the Active Aging Process”
3:00 pm: Elizabeth Meade Howard will discuss her new book “Aging Famously: Follow Those You Admire to Living Long and Well”

Additional Bonuses:
*Special early bird vendor price if we receive your reservation and payment by August 15
*Valuable door prizes
*A reusable shopping bag that attendees can use to collect vendor handouts
*A program listing all vendors with company bio and contact information to be given to all attendees as they enter the hall so they can refer to your services both during and after the fair
*Dr. Ho’s Humble Pie, a food truck providing delicious meals so folks can come and make a day of it

Please contact me for more information or click here for your table reservation form.

I look forward to hearing from you!

Sincerely,

Margaret Fitch, Program Coordinator