The free event is open to anyone and will showcase the services and programs for seniors and their caregivers. In all, 40 exhibits and 15 workshops focused on aging well will be featured.
Opening ceremonies will be held at 1:00 p.m. in the Automotive room and will be followed by Keynote speaker James Conklin, PhD. Author, educator, scientist, and consultant, he currently leads a study of how long-term care homes are coping with change during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bilingual workshops are scheduled throughout the day on topics such as movement and nutrition for wellbeing, the power of laughter, brain health, retirement living options and so much more. Exhibitors range from senior clubs, education and volunteer opportunities, municipal services, senior living homes, recreation programs, etc.
Food and monetary donations will be accepted for the Agape Center.
To learn more about exhibitors, workshop schedules and topics please visit www.cornwall.ca/seniorfair/.
Presented by the City of Cornwall's Senior Friendly Community Committee, this event is funded in part by the Government of Canada's New Horizons for Seniors Program.