NEXT AVENUE: MPTV COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS
Thursday, December 13, 2012 / 5:00 pm
MPTV COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS
Life Long Learning
Thursday, December 13, 2012, 5pm
John Michael Kohler Arts Center
608 New York Avenue
Can dancing make you smarter? Can creativity make you happier and healthier? Join MPTV's Next Avenue Community Conversations and explore the art of living and learning and the benefits of maintaining a creative spirit.
Featuring an open-forum discussion with Jerry Resler and Stuart Carlson - creators of the comic strip Gray Matters, Danceworks 50 Plus Initiative instructor Amy Brinkman-Sustache and Chance2Dance instructors Susan Alby, Rod Schulz and Gloria Zahn.
Stay after the discussion for refreshments and a very lively and fun opportunity to learn basic Ballroom Dance!
The event is free and open to the public. Free parking is available across the street from the art center on the south side of New York Avenue. The facility is fully accessible to those with disabilities.
Seating is limited. To reserve your seat or for more information, please call (414) 297-7514.
NEXT AVENUE is a national website targeting people who are age 50 or older in southeastern Wisconsin. With the help of a grant from Milwaukee's Helen Bader Foundation, MPTV has developed MPTV Community Conversations to localize and enhance the website's information in such areas as health and well-being, money and security, work and purpose, living and learning, and caregiving. Viewers can access the site by clicking on the NEXT AVENUE logo on the MPTV home page (mptv.org).