Are you a senior citizen looking for some fun tomorrow? Maybe you're mother, father, grandmother or great aunt is looking for some fun - so check out Ethos' annual Senior Prom.
Ethos in celebrating Older Americans Month with its annual Senior Prom featuring lunch, dancing and door prizes. This year’s theme is “A Night in Paris,” so please wear your best night-on-the-town or Paris-inspired attire. To RSVP, call Raymond Santos, community relations director, 617-477-6724 or email email@example.com.
This year, seniors from all around Boston can join in at the in West Roxbury on Wednesday, from noon to 3 p.m.
SeniorPalooza has been full of monthlong activities, complete with educational programs, physical activities and entertainment throughout May.
“Our nation’s elders have lived through wars and hard times, as well as periods of unprecedented prosperity,” said Dale Mitchell, executive director of Ethos, the Jamaica Plain-based elder services non-profit that operates AgeWell West Roxbury. “They pioneered new technologies in medicine, communications, and industry while spearheading a cultural revolution that won equal rights for minorities, women, and disabled Americans. SeniorPalooza is Ethos’ way of recognizing the remarkable achievements that demonstrate the strength and character of older Americans, and the generations that have given our society so much.”
The next SeniorPalooza event is:
- Fruits and Veggies Matter; Cooking Demonstration and Lunch - Wednesday, May 30 - 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. - Neponset Field Apartments - Come watch and taste some of the healthy and savory salad recipes Ethos’ nutrition staff prepares and learn about the benefits of diets that include daily vegetable consumption. The salad demonstration will be followed by lunch. Space may be limited; you must reserve you place by May 23. RSVP by calling 617-522-6700 ext.306.
Ethos’ SeniorPalooza celebration of National Older Americans Month is made possible through the generous support of its sponsors such as: State Representative Angelo Scaccia, Boston City Councilor Rob Consalvo, Rogerson Communities, Hyde Park YMCA, Boston Police Department, Boston Centers for Youth & Families Hyde Park Community Center, Park Place Rehabilitation and Skilled Care Center, Stonehedge Rehabilitation and Skilled Care Center, Spring Street Café and Dunkin’ Donuts.