The Society has formed a relationship with the City Club of Cleveland, the nation’s oldest forum of free speech. We will be sponsoring a table at a series of four talks throughout the year on end-of-life matters. The first of these is described below.
Join us at the City Club
The Encore Opportunity: Making the Most of the Longevity Revolution.
Wednesday, June 8, 2016, Noon
Cleveland is now a part of a growing global movement of cities and communities that are striving to better meet the needs of their older residents by creating urban environments that foster health, active aging, and the well-being of older adults.
Founded in 1997, Encore.org is building a movement to tap the skills and experience of those in midlife and beyond to improve communities and the world. Marc Freedman, founder and CEO of Encore.org, is an award-winning social innovator, thought leader and author He will discuss how to turn one of the most significant demographic shifts of the 21st century into a powerful, positive source of individual and social renewal.
Join us for the inaugural program in the City Club’s Aging in Northeast Ohio series – a conversation with Freedman on making the most of the longevity revolution.
The Society has a table reserved for this event and a limited number of places are available, call our secretary, Mark Binnig, now at 440-298-3914 to reserve your place. The Cleveland City Club is located on the second floor of the office building at 850 Euclid Ave.