July 19, 2019

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Presentation: Creative Aging Panel: Harnessing the Power of Creativity
Upcoming Events:
June 5-25 - How You Age Matters: Lecture Series - 30th Street Senior Center
June 23 - Brain Fitness Forum - 9:30am @ JCCSF
June 24 Budget Justice Rally - 10:30am @ Steps of City Hall
June 25 - Webinar: Cognitive Care - 1pm - Click here for Flyer
July 8 - Creative Aging Panel: Harnessing the Power of Creativity - 3pm @ 990 Eddy St

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