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Applewood Upcoming Events

With so much to do, how do Applewood residents stay informed about the day's events? That's easy. They simply turn on their televisions to the Applewood channel to see today's announcements at Applewood.

All events (unless otherwise noted) take place at:
Applewood
1 Spencer Drive
Amherst, MA 01002
For more information call: (413) 253-9833


December 2016

Fitness with Brent

  • Every Monday and Wednesday at 10:15A.M. in the Fitness Center
    • Brent, who is a licensed personal trainer, conducts a balance and strengthening program using hand weights and Thera bands.

Fitness with Althea

  • Every Tuesday and Thursday at 10:00A.M. in the Fitness Center
    • Althea is an Applewood resident who has been certified to teach a “Silver Sneakers” class which consists of a variety of chair and standing exercises using hand weights, Thera bands and one’s own body weight.

Current Affairs

  • Every Friday at 4:00P.M. in the Conference Room
    • Carlyn Immerman is the moderator for a discussion group regarding local and world events.

Calendar Highlights

Once (A Musical)

  • Thursday, December 1, 2016; at 7:30 P.M. the Umass Fine Arts Center
    • “Winner of eight Tony Awards including Best Musical, ONCE is a truly original Broadway experience. Featuring an impressive ensemble of actor/musicians who play their own instruments onstage, ONCE tells the enchanting tale of a Dublin street musician about to give up on his dream when a beautiful young woman takes a sudden interest in his haunting love songs. Emotionally captivating and theatrically breathtaking, ONCE draws you in from the very first note and never lets go. It’s an unforgettable story about going for your dreams, not living in fear, and the power of music to connect all of us.”.

Music at Amherst Chamber Series: Jupiter String Quartet with James Dunham, viola

  • Friday, December 2, 2016; at 8:00 P.M. at Buckley Recital Hall, Amherst College
    • “The Jupiter String Quartet is a particularly intimate group, consisting of violinists Nelson Lee and Meg Freivogel, violist Liz Freivogel (older sister of Meg), and cellist Daniel McDonough (husband of Meg, brother-in-law of Liz). As they enter their fourteenth year of making music together, the members of this tightly-knit ensemble have firmly established their quartet as an important voice in the world of chamber music. At Amherst they perform with violist James Dunham.”

Emily Dickinson Museum

  • Saturday, December 3, 2015; 10:30 A.M. in the Meeting Room
    • Jane H. Wald, Executive Director of the Emily Dickinson Museum will speak about the museum, the Evergreens and the Homestead. Wald graduated from Bryn Mawr College, studied historical archaeology at the College of William and Mary and received a graduate degree in American history from Princeton University. Prior to her tenure at the Emily Dickinson Museum, Wald served as assistant director of development and marketing at Old Sturbridge Village and director of The Evergreens, under the Martha Dickinson Bianchi Trust. Upon the merger of the Homestead and The Evergreens in 2003, she became the museum’s associate director.

Valley Classical Concerts Presents: “Harlem Quartet”

  • Saturday, December 3, 2016; at 8:00 P.M. at Sweeney Concert Hall, Smith College
    • “With their warm sound and hot repertoire, an ensemble that is “bringing a new attitude to classical music, one that is fresh, bracing, and intelligent” (Cincinnati Enquirer) will bring cheer to a chilly December eve with music ranging from Beethoven and Mendelssohn to Antonio Carlos Jobim and Dizzy Gillespie.”

Christmas Vespers

  • Sunday, December 4, 2016; at 4:00 P.M. at the John M. Greene Hall, Smith College
    • “Featuring the Smith College Chorus, Chamber Singers, Glee Club, Handbell Choir, and Orchestra. The annual holiday service of lessons and carols has been delighting audiences for decades. Featuring music by Hildegard von Bingen and works based on her melodies by Clifton J. Noble, Jr., Ronald Perera and Alice Parker '47, and others. Come ring in the holiday season!”

Springfield Materials Recycling Facility Tour

  • Wednesday, December 7, 2016; at 9:15 A.M. the Applewood Van will depart
    • The Applewood Greening Committee and interested residents will tour the facility and meet with facility manager to discuss ways to recycle more and help save the planet.

Eighth Semi-Annual Shop and Dine in Greenfield

  • Thursday, December 8, 2016; 10:15 A.M. Van Departs for Wilson’s Department Store
    • Shop at one on the last privately owned department stores and then lunch a Hope and Olive Café.

Bright Nights at Forest Park

  • Friday, December 9, 2016; Van Departs at 4:00 P.M. to Springfield, MA
    • A holiday lighting experience in its 23rd season with 600,000 lighted designs over a three mile stretch through the park.

Metropolitan Opera Simulcast: L’Amour de Loin”

  • Saturday, December 10, 2016; at 12:55 P.M. at the Hadley Mall Cinemarx Theater
    • “Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho’s breakthrough opera was described by the New York Times as “transfixing…a lushly beautiful score.” Commissioned by the Salzburg Festival, where it was first seen in 2000, it will now finally have its Metropolitan Opera premiere in a dazzling new production by Robert Lepage, featuring glimmering ribbons of LED lights that extend across the length of the stage and over the orchestra pit. Eric Owens is the knight on a quest of love and Susanna Phillips is his lover on the other side of the sea. Conductor Susanna Mälkki makes her Met debut.”

Music at Amherst Chamber Series: “Imani Winds”

  • Sunday, December 11, 2016; at 3:00 P.M. at Buckley Recital Hall, Amherst College
    • “Imani Winds has established itself as one of the most successful chamber music ensembles in the United States. Since 1997, the Grammy nominated quintet has taken a unique path, carving out a distinct presence in the classical music world with its dynamic playing, culturally poignant programming, adventurous collaborations, and inspirational outreach programs.”

Lunch at the Ginger Garden

  • Tuesday, December 13, 2016; Van Departs at 12:15 P.M
    • Enjoy an authentic Japanese or Chinese lunch with your friends and neighbors.

Annual Volunteer Hospice Gift Wrap

  • Wednesday, December 14, 2016; at 9:30 A.M. at the Ingleside Mall, Holyoke, MA
    • Residents and staff wrap gifts for shoppers and all monies raised benefits the Holyoke Visiting Nurses Association and Hospice Care.”

Tour of the New Hitchcock Center

  • Wednesday, December 14, 2016; at 3:00 P.M. at the Hitchcock Center, Amherst, MA
    • Residents and staff will be given a tour of the new facility and learn about their amazing self-sustaining design.

Arcadia Players Presents: “Handel – Messiah”

  • Friday, December 16, 2016; at 7:30 P.M. at Abbey Chapel, Mt. Holyoke College
    • “Please join us once again for our annual, signature performance of Messiah, illuminated by our expert ensemble of singers and period instrumentalists. Our presentation of Handel’s complete oratorio has gained a widespread reputation, and a unique place in the life of Western Massachusetts.”

“Uncle Tom’s Cabin”

  • Saturday, December 17, 2016; 10:30 P.M. in the Meeting Room
    • “Professor Mason Lowance teaches Early American Literature, American Romanticism, and American Realism at the undergraduate and graduate levels. He also offers a seminar in Hawthorne and Melville, and regularly teaches "Race and Slavery in American Culture" to undergraduates and graduate students. He has taught at the University of Massachusetts since 1967, and since 1982, has also taught a course per year at the Harvard University Extension School. He has taught semester long courses at Clark, Tufts, Brown, Emory, Oxford and Yale University, where he was a Fellow of the National Humanities Institute, 1977-78. He has been a Guggenheim Fellow (1982) and was awarded a Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities (1978-9). He has been William and Alice Pressly Visiting Professor at The Westminster Schools (2003-4). He was Associate Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Fine Arts from 1980-83. His publications include: Increase Mather(1974); Massachusetts Broadsides of the American Revolution (1976); The Language of Canaan: Metaphor and Symbol in New England from the Puritans to the Transcendentalists (1980); The Typological Writings of Jonathan Edwards (1993); The Stowe Debate: Rhetorical Strategies in Uncle Tom's Cabin (1994); Against Slavery: an Abolitionist Reader (2000); A House Divided: the Antebellum Slavery Debates in America from 1776-1865 (2003).”

Prior Events

November 2016

  • Every Monday and Wednesday; Fitness with Brentr
    • Brent, who is a licensed personal trainer, conducts a balance and strengthening program using hand weights and Thera bands.
  • Every Tuesday and Thursday; Fitness with Althear
    • Althea is an Applewood resident who has been certified to teach a “Silver Sneakers” class which consists of a variety of chair and standing exercises using hand weights, Thera bands and one’s own body weight.
  • Every Friday Current Affairs
    • Carlyn Immerman is the moderator for a discussion group regarding local and world events.
  • Fridays, September 30, 2016 - November 18, 2016; Watercolor Painting Class (8 Week Class)
    • Resident John Walker will teach the techniques of watercolor painting.
  • Wednesday, November 2, 2016; Boston Museum of Fine Arts Trip
    • The group will see the William Merritt Chase and the della Robbia family’s terracotta exhibit.
  • Saturday, November 5, 2016; Discovering My Inner Novelis
    • Gerald McFarland, Professor Emeritus, History Department will touch on his transition from Historian to Novelist. After receiving a B.A., History from U.C. Berkeley and a PhD from Columbia University, his research focused on nineteenth-century U.S. history. He approached the period from 1812-1920 with an interest in politics, social life, urban life, and changes in the borderlands. The result was the publication of five books in his field. Since retirement in 2008, he has published novels that have a realistic historical setting in early eighteenth-century Spanish New Mexico. Among these books are "The Brujo’s Way", "What the Owl Saw", and "The Last of Our Kind.”
  • Tuesday, November 8, 2016; Voting Day and Election Coverage
    • Watch the election results with your friends and neighbors throughout the afternoon and evening.
  • Wednesday, November 9, 2016; Music in the Lobby
    • Join Applewood residents Margery and Frances perform some of your favorite songs and tunes.
  • Wednesday, November 9, 2016; Shanghai Acrobats from the People’s Republic of Chin
    • “Breathtaking aerial silks, unicycles, teeterboards and more support dazzling displays of juggling and balancing acts. See the ancient myth of the boy and the Phoenix come alive when the company of Shanghai Acrobats of the People’s Republic of China arrives on stage. The Shanghai Acrobats, one of the most influential and competitive acrobatic companies in China, has won numerous awards at the acrobatic and circus competitions worldwide.”
  • Friday, November 11, 2016; Applewood Celebrates its Veterans
    • To honor those who served at home and away, and in conjunction with our 25th Anniversary. We will have a display of loaned armed services memorabilia, from staff and residents, in the Private Dining and Living Rooms. At 2:00 p.m. there will be a reception in the Lobby with refreshments served. Would you like to have your memorabilia on display (i.e., photos, letters, uniforms, medals, souvenirs)? If so, drop off your items at Kelley Murphy’s office, labeled with your name, no later than 12:00 noon, Thursday, November 10. In addition, we encourage those who wish to display items on the shelf outside their apartments on November 11.
  • Saturday, November 12, 2016; “Uncle Tom’s Cabin”
    • Mason Lowance, Professor of English at Umass will discuss this book and its author.
  • Sunday, November 13, 2016; Valley Classical Concerts Presents – The Dover Quartet
    • The next great American quartet? Come and hear for yourself, in works by Mozart (K. 589), Beethoven (Op. 59, No. 2), and Pulitzer Prize-winner Caroline Shaw. “Expert musicianship, razor-sharp ensemble, deep musical feeling, and a palpable commitment to communication made their performances satisfying on many levels” (Chicago Tribune).
  • Wednesday, November 16, 2016; Outsmart the Scammers and Your Investments in 2017
    • Tom McRae, Financial Advisor, returns to Applewood with two discussions; the latest scams to avoid and how you can outsmart the scammers; and what will your investments look like in 2107 after the November presidential election.
  • Thursday, November 17, 2106; Fort River School Youth Chorus
    • The fourth grade class from the Fort River School will perform.
  • Saturday, November 19, 2016; East German Films
    • Barton Bygg, is the Founder of DEFA Film Library at Umass. “The DEFA Film Library at the University of Massachusetts Amherst is the only archive and research center outside of Germany devoted to a broad spectrum of filmmaking from and related to former East Germany and the GDR. The nonprofit organization houses an extensive collection of 35- and 16mm prints, DVDs, books, periodicals and articles. Students are involved in all aspects of the archive’s research, outreach and teaching activities and also gain valuable non-academic experience in subtitling and library, conference and arts management. In order to fulfill its dual mission—to make DEFA (Deutsche Film-Aktiengesellschaft) films available and better known, and to broaden understanding of filmmaking in the GDR by interdisciplinary critical scholarship—the DEFA Film Library undertakes a range of scholarly and support activities.”
  • Sunday, November 20, 2016; Valley Light Opera Presents – “Ruddigore” or The Witches Curse
    • “To avoid inheriting the family curse, whereby the baronet of Ruddigore has to commit a daily crime or else die an agonizing death, Sir Ruthven Murgatroyd has fled his ancestral home transferring the curse to his younger brother Despard. To conceal himself he has settled in the local fishing village of Rederring disguised as a farmer named Robin Oakapple. Here he has fallen in love with Rose Maybud but, being too shy to speak to her, he calls upon Richard Dauntless, a sailor and his foster brother, to court Rose for him. Overcome by Rose's beauty, Richard sets about capturing her for himself and nearly succeeds in doing so until Robin finally declares his love for her and wins her back. However, Richard reveals to Despard his elder brother's subterfuge and Despard exposes Robin to the whole village as the true baronet of Ruddigore. As the rightly restored cursed baronet, Robin finds that he is very ineffectual as a bad baronet. His ancestor Sir Roderic and all the other ancestors in the family portrait gallery leave their frames to give him a taste of the torture that awaits him if he does not conform. Roderic suggests that he mend his ways by carrying off a lady from the village. Robin agrees but his valley-de-sham Adam chooses Dame Hannah as his abductee. She is furious at her treatment and threatens Robin with such violence that he has to call upon Sir Roderic for protection. Answering his call for help Sir Roderic is amazed to come face to face with his "Little Nannikins", the girl to whom he had once been engaged. In a sudden epiphany, an idea occurs to Robin; a baronet of Ruddigore who refuses to commit the daily crime must die and, therefore, to make such a refusal is tantamount to suicide; but suicide is a crime in itself. Consequently, Sir Roderic should never have died and the curse should not have been handed on. By this logic Sir Roderic is now free to marry Dame Hannah, all of the ancestors may come back to life to marry the bridesmaids, Rose may Robin, and Richard may settle for Zorah. The crowning joy of the show is that Mad Margaret marries her beloved Despard, and all end happily.”
  • Sunday, November 20, 2016; Arcadia Players Presents – Henry Purcell’s King Arthu
    • “His unique performance of Purcell’s semi-opera is collaboration between Arcadia Players, the Henry Purcell Society of Boston and The Poet’s Theatre in Boston. This spectacular piece, containing some of Purcell’s greatest music, including the Frost Scene, the Cold Genius’s song and “Fairest Isle,” will be presented with dialogue in its proper context. An extraordinarily rare opportunity to experience this masterwork as it was originally conceived.”
  • Wednesday, November 23, 2016; Social Hour
    • Join your friends and neighbors for wine and hors d’oeuvres to kick off the Thanksgiving weekend.

October 2016

  • Saturday, October 1, 2016; Complimentary Continental Breakfast
    • The monthly breakfast social begins.
  • Wednesday, October 5, 2016; Fitness Center Open House
    • Learn about the different classes offered and how to use the equipment.
  • Thursday, October 6, 2016; Trip to Clark Art Institute
    • The exhibit is on “Splendor, Myth and Vision: Nudes from Prado” featuring 28 old master paintings from the Museo National del Prado in Madrid. Twenty-four of the paintings have never been shown in America.
  • Friday, October 7, 2016; Annual Flu Shot Clinic
  • Saturday, October 8, 2016; Metropolitan Opera Simulcast of Tristan and Isolde
    • “Tristan und Isolde opens the Met season in a new production by Mariusz Treliński (the director responsible for the 2014–15 season’s double bill of Iolanta and Bluebeard’s Castle), and will be well served by a cast of outstanding Wagnerians: Nina Stemme as Isolde, Stuart Skelton as Tristan, Ekaterina Gubanova as Brangäne, and René Pape as King Marke, with Sir Simon Rattle conducting, in one of his rare appearances at the Met.”
  • Tuesday, October 11, 2016; Yom Kippur
    • High Holiday Service at the Jewish Community Center of Amherst, all are welcome.
  • Thursday, October 13, 2016; Trip to Lowell National Historic Park
    • Discover the famous Mill Girls, the technology that powered the mills, the ways that immigrants have contributed to the industrial city, and how all these have shaped both the city’s past and present. The group will tour one mill, break for lunch at Cobblestones and then visit another mill.
  • Friday, October 14, 2016; Othello I the Seraglio: Tragedy of Sümbül the Black Eunuch
    • "You have never heard anything like this before - because nothing like it has existed until now."
    • “Othello in the Seraglio,” a uniquely powerful "coffeehouse opera," tells an age-old story of passionate love and murderous jealousy.”
    • “Sümbül is a black eunuch in the 17th-century Ottoman Court who rises to power and riches only to come to a tragic end. The multi-layered script by New England Conservatory music historian Robert Labaree, with a stunning score by Boston composer and Grammy nominee Mehmet Ali Sanlikol, weaves together Italian, Baroque, and Turkish sources with newly composed music to form a tapestry of uncanny beauty.”
  • Sunday, October 16, 2016; Valley Classical Concerts: Ariel Quartet with Along Goldstein, Piano
    • Mozart: String Quartet No. 14 in G major, K. 387
    • Bartók: String Quartet No. 6, Sz. 114
    • Bartók: Suite for Piano, Op. 14
    • Mozart: Piano Concerto in D minor, K. 466 for piano, string quartet and bass (arr. Ignaz Lachner)
  • Tuesday, October 18, 2106; Coffee with David Scruggs, Loomis CEO
    • David will give an overview of what is happening at the Loomis Communities and answer any questions residents may have.
  • Thursday, October 20th 5:30 - 8:30 PM; Warm Up the Night! A Family Outreach of Amherst Event
    • Tickets can be purchased as the www.CHD.org/familyoutreach website. Enjoy an evening of great food for a good casue. FOA advocates and supports struggling families in our community. Last year, we helped over 450 struggling families combat the problems posed by mental and physical health issues, poverty, trauma, and more.
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  • Saturday, October 22, 2016; Metropolitan Simulcast – “Don Giovanni”
    • “Three charismatic singers, Simon Keenlyside, Ildar Abdrazakov, and Mariusz Kwiecien, share the role of the title hero, who goes to hell in a dazzling coup de théâtre. The ensemble of great Mozartean singers includes Isabel Leonard, Angela Meade, Matthew Polenzani, Marina Rebeka, Erwin Schrott, and Ramón Vargas. Fabio Luisi and Plácido Domingo conduct.”
  • Saturday, October 22, 2106; Pioneer Valley Symphony – Dukas: The Sorcerer’s Apprentice
    • Block: Schelmomo, Strauss: Death and Transfiguration. Conducted by Paul Phillips
  • Mimi Berg Art in Applewood Gallery
  • Thursday, October 27, 2016; Artist in Residence Gallery Opening
    • Mimi Berg, Applewood resident who is 89 years old will display sculpting’s she created several years ago and paintings she has recently done since living at Applewood.
  • Sunday, October 30, 2106; Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra
    • “The Warsaw Philharmonic, joined by the 2015 International Chopin Piano Competition winner Seong-Jin Cho, returns to the Fine Arts Center with a program including Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Minor, op. 37 and the Brahms Symphony No. 2 in D Major, op. 73.”

September 2016

  • Saturday, September 3, 2016; Complimentary Continental Breakfast
    • The monthly breakfast social begins.
  • Tuesday, September 6, 2016; The Winding Stream Documentary
    • Resident Dottie Rosenthal will present The Carter Family, who brought the music of Appalachia into the mainstream through their influence on Pete Seeger, Johnny Cash and others.
  • Thursday, September 8, 2016; The Jewish High Holidays – Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
    • Rabbi Benjamin Weiner, spiritual leader of the Jewish Community of Amherst will discuss these two religious holidays.
  • Friday, September 9, 2016; Wine Tasting and Dinner
    • Attend the Annual Community Outreach Wine Tasting to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association and then dine with your friends and neighbors at the Tavern on the Hill.
  • Saturday, September 10, 2016; Marijuana Legislation in MA
    • Presented by Roland Chilton, Applewood Resident; after a brief review of District Attorney Sullivan’s Applewood presentation on Marijuana Legalization and a discussion of some old and new arguments for continued prohibition, he will try to make the central issue clear (Should people face jail and prison time for possession or sale of marijuana?). In the process, Roland will show marijuana arrest information for some Massachusetts cities, the state, other states, and the United States.
  • Tuesday, September 13, 2106; Song Catcher Documentary
    • Resident Dottie Rosenthal will present this film regarding the story of Lily, a musicologist, who discovers the Scots-Irish ballads of Appalachia that have been handed down from generation to generation. This documentary won a Special Jury Prize for outstanding ensemble performance at the Sundance Film Festival.
  • Wednesday, September 14, 2016; James Joyce Seminar
    • Resident Michael Wolff, retired Umass History Professor will present “Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man”.
  • Wednesday, September 14, 2016; Amherst Chamber After 5
    • Applewood is hosting this event in conjunction with The Fisher Hospice Home of Amherst. Stephen Page, pianist will provide background music and hors d’oeurves will be served.
  • Friday, September 16, 2016; Annual Recycle Fair
    • Bring all your medications, glasses and anything that needs recycling and the Greening Committee will collect these items and dispose of the accordingly.
  • Saturday, September 17, 2016; Arcadia Players Presents – The Rivals
    • CPE Bach and Telemann - Harpsichord and Fortepiano.
  • Wednesday, September 21, 2016; Applewood 25th Anniversary Celebration
    • Residents and staff will come together to honor our one remaining resident from 25 years ago and a few employees who have worked at Applewood for all those years.
  • Friday, September 23, 2016; Boat Ride On The Lady Bea
    • Cruise up the Connecticut River, enjoy the scenery and relax for this one and a half hour tour.
  • Friday, September 30, 2016; Open Forum with Rob
    • Rob will discuss Applewood and Loomis business and answer any questions you may have.

August 2016

  • Every Monday and Wednesday at 10:15A.M. in the Fitness Center
    • Fitness with Brent, who is a licensed personal trainer, conducts a balance and strengthening program using hand weights and Thera bands.
  • Every Tuesday and Thursday at 10:00A.M. in the Fitness Center
    • Fitness with Althea, she is an Applewood resident who has been certified to teach a “Silver Sneakers” class which consists of a variety of chair and standing exercises using hand weights, Thera bands and one’s own body weight.
  • Tuesday, August 2, 2016; Hearing Aid Clinic
    • Allison Holmberg, MA,CCA-A/SLP from Hampshire Hearing Services will be at Applewood to assist anyone with hearing aid issues.
  • Thursday’s from August 4, 2016 – August 25, 2016; Poetry Class
    • Lise Armstrong, Applewood resident will lead a poetry reading and discussion group.
  • Current Affairs; Every Friday at 4:00P.M. in the Conference Room
    • Carlyn Immerman is the moderator for a discussion group regarding local and world events.
  • Monday, August 8, 2016; Manicures and Pedicures in the Beauty Salon
    • Lisa Connor will be at Applewood to provide this service.
  • Friday, August 12, 2016; Tips for Dementia Friendly Communication
    • Rachel Tierney, Retired Psychiatric Nurse and dementia care giver will discuss how to communicate comfortably and effectively with those who have Alzheimer’s or some form of dementia.
  • Sunday August 14, 2016; Boston Symphony Orchestra With David Afkham Conducting
    • Concert will consist of Beethoven and Schumann works featuring Igor Levit, piano. Performance is in The Koussevitzky Music Shed.
  • Tuesday, August 16, 2016; aDiversity Book Discussion.
    • Sandi Albertson-Shea will conduct a discussion group on the topic of white privilege, using the books “Waking up White” by Debby Irving and “White Like Me” by Tim Wise.
  • Wednesday, August 17, 2016; The Holyoke Merry Go Round.
    • Jay Ducharme, author will speak about Mt. Park and the history of the Merry Go Round. Everyone will be able to take a spin on it.
  • Wednesday, August 24, 2016; Healthy Living For Your Brain and Body
    • Marcia McKenzie, from the Alzheimer’s Association will present the latest research providing insights into how to make lifestyle choices that may help you keep your brain and body healthy as you age.