Whether your staff needs to work as a group on fleeing an escape room, or playing a rousing game of “Family Feud,” team building exercises can be a great way to come together. Here are some ideas to consider for your staff!
Should your senior center designate an area of your property for a community garden? Time spent communing with nature rewards people with many mental and physical health benefits. If it’s an idea you’ve been debating, here are a few important factors to take into consideration.
If you’re looking for a way to add a variety of veggies to your diet in a tasty and nutritious way, a trip to your local farmer’s market or corner grocery store is all that’s needed — read on for six vegetables you MUST try this summer!
Reading has always been a great way for individuals of all ages to bond. From attending story time at a local bookstore or library to reading bedtime stories to one’s grandchildren, it’s an activity several generations can enjoy together.
While our bodies need sugar, it should come from natural sources — whole grains, fruits, and vegetables — not sugar added to our daily diet. Natural sugar gives us energy and powers our brain. But when we consume too much added sugar, it can wreak havoc on the body.
Are you looking for a fun afternoon activity for your community center? One that will bring in people of all ages? A pet adoption event might be the perfect solution. Here’s what you should know about organizing a pet adoption event and working with a local animal shelter.
COVID-19 vaccines are beginning to help reduce infection rates, and many cities and towns are finding ways to adopt a new version of normal. As a community center, one of your goals is likely to find ways to make a meaningful difference. Here are some ideas to help.