The Villages of Kensington recommends the following robust calendars of online and live events, click the buttons for the most up to date details
Our Slice of Happy:
Creative Tools for Becoming Your Best Self as a Caregiver
The Kensington is thrilled to partner with Dr. Marsha Nelson for a creative caregiver virtual summer workshop! During this series, you will be introduced to creative tools such as drawing, coloring, and writing prompts that will reduce your tension level and teach you how to relax quickly and effectively.
The Legacy Interviews kicked off on June 23rd!
The Legacy Interviews is our newest ASA Studios Production. This 12-week webcast series will feature interviews with diverse legendary pathfinders who have spent decades in the field of aging, health and social services. Each interview will be conducted by Ken Dychtwald, PhD, to capture the wisdom and character of gerontology’s pioneers to inform, inspire and guide current professionals in the fields of aging and related services for years to come.
These conversations will delve into topics such as:
And in a special first-of-its-kind collaboration with the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology, ASA is offering a digital badge for anyone who registers for and watches all 12 live programs.
Web Series Schedule
All episodes air live on the date scheduled at 1:00 pm Pacific/4:00 pm Eastern.
July 7 - Linda Fried, MD, MPH, geriatrician and epidemiologist, first female Dean of Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health
July 14 - Jennie Chin Hansen, MS, former President, AARP, former CEO, American Geriatrics Society
July 21 - Larry Curley, MPA, Executive Director of the National Indian Council on Aging and author of legislation to establish Title VI of the Older Americans Act
July 28 - Kathy Greenlee, JD, former U.S. Assistant Secretary for Aging and former Senior Health Policy Advisor, Center for Practical Bioethics
August 4 - Fernando Torres-Gil, PhD, MSW, Director, UCLA Center for Policy Research on Aging, and first U.S. Assistant Secretary for Aging
August 11 - E. Percil Stanford, PhD, President of Folding Voice, Professor and Director Emeritus of the Department of Gerontology and The University Center on Aging at San Diego State University
August 18 - Jeanette Takamura, PhD, former Assistant Secretary for Aging at the Administration on Aging, first female Dean of Columbia University’s School of Social Work
August 25 - Terry Fulmer, PhD, RN, FAAN, President, John Hartford Foundation, and expert in geriatric nursing
September 1 - Marc Freedman, MBA, Founder/CEO, Encore.org
September 8 - John Rowe, MD, Professor of Health Policy and Aging, Columbia University, former Director, Division of Aging, Harvard Medical School
The American Society on Aging unites, empowers and champions everyone striving to improve aging.
Since 1954, ASA has developed and led the largest, most diverse community of professionals working in aging in America. As a result, ASA has become the go-to source to cultivate leadership, advance knowledge and strengthen the skills of our members and others who work with and on behalf of older adults.
Senior Planet helps seniors learn new skills, save money, get in shape, and make new friends. Our courses, programs, and activities are changing the lives of older adults far beyond technology.
Founded in 1982, Oasis is a non-profit educational organization that is active in over 250 communities and reaches more than 50,000 individuals each year.
Nonprofit Montgomery is an alliance of leaders of nonprofit organizations serving Montgomery County, MD.
With Telephone Topics, you simply call a toll-free number to listen to a wide range of interesting discussions and programs. Dial into…
Participate in live, guided chair yoga or meditation sessions to stretch your body or mind.
Learn about history, healthy habits, architecture, and more—it’s easy to learn something new!
Share a piece of your mind when you join a lively discussion on sports, movies, and other topics.
Listen and learn about opera, early rock ’n’ roll, and other musical genres that get your toes tapping.
Enjoy a live vocal performance or master storytelling session in the comfort of your own chair—with no cover charge!
Discover a variety of events hosted by the campus in Rockville, Maryland offers six unique living options
Local and regional vendors offer fresh baked goods, seasonal fruits and vegetables, organic meats, seafood, cheese, artisan breads, olive oil and prepared foods. Click the vendors to the left to explore their specialties.
Open every Saturday year-round, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Located at the Historic Train Station at 3701 Howard Avenue.
A non-profit organization whose mission is to provide adult education classes to the local communities. Live & Learn Bethesda was created to enrich the communities by offering interesting, informative and stimulating classes with a wide range of topics including Exercise & Fitness, Arts & Music, History & Literature, Computers & Technology, and Local & General Interest.
Check out the COVID-19 Boredom Busters from our friends at Chevy Chase at Home!
Kensington Park is an independent living, assisted living, and memory care residence located in the heart of Montgomery County, Maryland. They offer a wide variety of educational and entertaining events.