AROUND TOWN

 

The Jung Center
5200 Montrose
Houston 77006 713.524.8253

Thomas Moore is the featured lecturer for the Fall Benefit Tuesday, October 22. Thomas is a rare resource, a religious scholar, psychoanalyst, best-selling author, university professor, and a former Catholic monk. He is a regular presenter at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, has been interviewed by Oprah, and is the author of the best-selling Care of the Soul.
Click: https://junghouston.org/care-of-the-soul/ or call Kelsey White at 713-524-8253 x19.
 

Institute for Health & Spirituality
8100 Greenbriar Drive, Suite 300, Houston TX 77054 phone: 713.797.0600

Dr. Andrew Achenbaum offers a 5-week course on Aging & Spirituality September 19 through October 17. Topics include growth, healing, forgiving, loving, letting go, pain, loss, and facing one’s death.
Click: http://www.spiritualityandhealth.org/ 


Rice University –
Susanne M. Glasscock School of Continuing Studies
713.348.6105

Finding Meaning in Retirement. Daytime class. October 21 – November 25. Lectures, discussion, journaling and interactive activities to help you thrive and discover the fullest potential of your retirement years.

Many people find the transition to retirement to be challenging. In spite of the real losses that can mark the later years of life, these years also have the potential to be a time of deep joy, connection and meaning. Retirement may also be the phase of life in which you experience the greatest freedom from others’ expectations and the ability to explore your most authentic self. This course, taught by psychologist Michael Winters, Ph.D., integrates lectures, discussion, journaling and interactive activities to help you thrive and discover the fullest potential of your retirement years.

Topics

* Challenges and opportunities of later life
* Building community and social connections
* Reimagining your present, future and legacy
* Understanding and planning for the psychological changes in later life
* The meaning of retirement, examining personal and cultural assumptions

Click: https://glasscockcatalog.rice.edu/search/publicCourseSearchDetails.do?method=load&courseId=4615304


City of West University Place Senior Center
6104 Auden St., West University Place, TX 77005 phone: 713.662.5895

The Senior Center is a place where active adults ages 50 and up from West U and surrounding communities can participate in a wide variety of fun and stimulating programs ranging from exercise to day trips.
Click: http://www.westutx.gov/DocumentCenter/View/3191/Hi-Neighbor-Summer2019

 


Weekley Family YMCA
7101 Stella Link Blvd., Houston, TX 77025 phone: 713.664.9622

They have an extensive roster of Active Older Adults Events.
Click: https://www.ymcahouston.org/sites/default/files/2019-05/Weekley-AOA-May-June-2019.pdf


Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center (JCC)
5601 S. Braeswood, Houston, TX 77096-3907 phone: 713.729.3200

They offer a variety of events and programs for the elderly.
Click: https://www.erjcchouston.org/events/events_glance_redesign/?displaytype=Redesign_Interior


The Houston Grand Opera

The first “Exploring your Creative Identity” aimed at people aged 55+ is in September

Seeking the Human Spirit 2017–2023
A six-year multidisciplinary initiative designed to highlight the universal spiritual themes raised in opera
and to expand and deepen Houstonians’ connections to opera and to art.

Click: http://www.houstongrandopera.org/scheduletickets/seeking-the-human-spirit/