Adult Education Classes @Lewinsville
April 19 – May 17, 2020. 9:45-10:45 am: Home Sweet Home: Making Sense out of Senior Housing Options. More information coming soon.
Adult Education Classes in the Community
Jewish Social Services Agency class on “Caregiving: How Not to Age with your Aging Loved One.” Date: Thursday, February 13 from 7:00-8:30 pm at Chesterbrook Residences. Guest Speaker – Lindsey Vajpeyi, Director of Education at Insight Memory Center. This class is sponsored by Chesterbrook Residences and its Board of Directors. Please RSVP to 703-896-7910 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Click Here to download/view the flyer
McLean Community: A Village for All Ages – Educational Programs:
mcleancenter.org – 703-790-0123
- Visit the website to learn about current class offerings under the Lifetime Learning Program.
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute.
olli.gmu.edu This organization is affiliated with George Mason University. They offer a number of classes for seniors in three locations in the county for a fee. Look for 2017 Catalog in the Lewinsville Library.
Fairfax County Educational/Activity Opportunities for Seniors
- Many classes are offered for Seniors by our county.
- For Adult & Community Education classes, visit fcps.edu/is/ace/index.shtml
- Many exercise and adult activities are offered by various senior centers in our area. Visit fairfaxcounty.gov/ncs/calendar.htm to see all senior centers. The closest to our area is the Lewinsville Center. Click on the Activities Calendar next to their name.
- Fairfax County also provides Podcasts for seniors. Visit the Fairfax County Podcast page. Links to two recent podcasts are provided below:
- Fairfax 50+ Podcast: A Discussion on Fairfax Pets on Wheels Ruth Benker and Madelynn Arnold discuss how this wonderful program connects pets with people living in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Go to fairfaxpetsonnwheels.org to find out more.
- Fairfax 50+ Podcast: GrandInvolve Helps County Students Dorothy Keenan discusses how older adult volunteers are helping elementary school children through this innovative program.
A new section of the library featuring books and other materials on aging and older adult services is in the process of being developed. You are invited to donate appropriate books, publications, and pamphlets to the library. Contact Librarian Elaine Baker for information.
Presbyterian Women Circles
The Presbyterian Women’s organization of Lewinsville provides five circles that are devoted to Bible study, mission and service, and mutual care and encouragement. These circles consist of women of all ages and meet on different days and at different times throughout each month. Find a circle that interests you here >>