Program Type:Arts and Crafts, Health and Wellness, History, Lectures and Presentations, Older Adults
Virtual Memory Cafe is a fun place to socialize, relax, and engage with people experiencing memory loss and their families/caregivers. Each cafe has a focus—such as music or art—to facilitate the main goal, which is a social connection for individuals with shared experiences. At the Memory Cafe, you can just be yourself -- without worrying about remembering or forgetting.
Today's Theme – Paris to Hollywood
Description – Taking inspiration from the DAM’s newest exhibition, Paris to Hollywood: The Fashion and Influence of Véronique and Gregory Peck, we will talk about all things fashion and travel!
Description of image used
Gregory and Véronique at the premiere of the film, To Kill a Mockingbird, at the Cannes Film Festival, 1963. Photo by Daniel Fallot/INA Collection/Getty Images.
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