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Baltimore City announces program to keep older adults active and engaged during pandemic

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Posted at 3:34 PM, May 15, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-15 15:35:57-04

BALTIMORE — On Friday, Baltimore City Mayor Jack Young and the Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks Executive Director Reginald Moore, announced the launch of Chat & Chew: Free Virtual and Call-in Senior Classes.

Beginning May 19, Baltimore seniors can participate in senior-friendly health and wellness classes! They're free, virtual and call-in every Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. from May 19 through July 17.

Offered course include:

May 19 - Chair Yoga
May 26 - Music with the Lyric Opera House
June 2 - Book Talk with Enoch Pratt Free Library
June 9 - Art Class with Art With a Heart
June 16 - Guided Meditation
June 23 - Hawaiian Dance Show
June 30 - Chair Zumba
July 7 - Cell Phone Basics
Join by dialing in 1-667-228-6519 and enter pin number 1681

“It is important that we continue to provide ways to keep our older adults active and engaged, especially during this stressful time,” Mayor Young said. “The goal of the Chat & Chew virtual series is to help alleviate some of the stress while also motivating our older adult community to stay physically and mentally healthy.”