Creative Aging at the RCA June 17

Great ideas at Creative Aging Day

Come out June 17 for the Okanagan’s third annual Creative Aging Day in Kelowna.

Happenings, entertainment and information will be at the Rotary Centre for the Arts from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 17. Both health educators and committed community members will be out in force.

Learn about the Caring Clowns of Central Okanagan, calligraphers, Kelowna Bonsai Club, Kelowna Community Chorus, Kelowna Lawn Bowling Club, Maritime Travel, Merrie piper’s recorder orchestra, new vintage theatre, okanagan clogging, quilters, self-published books: Traveling Grannies without GPS, Ukulele Mamas and more.

“Creative aging is about…freeing ourselves of limiting beliefs about aging and embracing the reality that individuals continue to grow, learn and contribute to their communities throughout the life journey.”

—Pat Spadafora, Sheriden Elder Research Centre.

The RCA is at 421 Cawston Ave. in Kelowna. Call 250-717-5304, email and visit


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