Many seniors prefer to "age-in-place" in their home, but is that the best option? In this webinar, we will look at aging in the right place. We'll discuss the benefits and risks of staying put and talk about modifications that may need to be made to ensure you can live safely and independently in your home. We'll also discuss alternatives to consider, such as Active 55+ homes and apartments and retirement communities.
Join Celebration Magazine Live and Artistry at Craig Ranch for their take of the classic TV Game Show "Let's Make a Deal". Silly costumes encouraged for your chance to win!! Does your box have a Deal or a Dud prize? Find out on Zoom!
All aboard The Bridgemoor of the Seas for your exclusive first look at this beautiful new community. Take in the tunes of Richard Barry and tour with our Cruise Directors. Attend this event and be entered to win a $500 gift card!
Join us for a virtual tour of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum. Where else can you tour through an actual Air Force One airplane that served 7 US presidents, touch an authentic piece of the Berlin Wall, view a full-scale replica of the White House Oval Office, or pay your respects at the gravesite of President and Mrs. Reagan? If you can’t visit in person, you’ll want to join us on this virtual tour.
It is never too early (or too late) to begin weighing your options regarding long-term care. During this workshop, you will learn how to pay for long-term care as well as how to protect your assets and property.
Join Dr. Gupta, MD, and Dr. Howarter, Ph.D., to learn about the onset, progression, and behavioral changes associated with Alzheimer's Disease and dementia. Included in the presentation are available treatments, information about a clinical trial, as well as the types of doctors who can identify, diagnose, and treat dementia.
With over 50 years of experience as a practicing physician, Dr. Marvin J. Stone from Dallas is an inspirational physician and humanist. Join him as he shares stories from his memoir “When to Act and When to Refrain.”
Join Celebration Magazine LIVE and The FDR Presidential Library & Museum for a special virtual program, "Hobos & Hoovervilles". The Great Depression brought unthinkable hardship and suffering to millions of Americans. This presentation explores the creation of hobo culture and life in shanty villages -"Hoovervilles"- as a means to survive the hard times.
Join Celebration's very own Mary Frances Hanson and Richard Barry as they host Celebration's first ever Not So Newlywed Game! All are welcome to come and enjoy the show for a few good laughs. Prizes galore for contestants and the audience.
The Story of Entertainment in McKinney Then and Now, is presented by Pat Rodgers, Collin County History Museum historian. She chronicles McKinney’s earliest family gatherings of 1842, celebrating barn raising with food and dancing, to the arrival of the circus and Wild West Shows, the opening of the Heard Opera House, and the many movie theaters that followed.