Submitted by the Bedford Council on Aging
Seniors are invited to attend the enhanced Memory Café with a complimentary breakfast from Right at Home in Bedford at 10 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 15 at the Bedford COA in the lower level of Town Center building (12 Mudge Way). Come for the breakfast, stay for the entertainment. Sign up by Wednesday, Sept. 13 to reserve a spot. Email [email protected] or call 781-275-6825 to sign up or for more information.
This month, the Bedford COA welcomes award-winning music producer “Ragtime” Jack Radcliffe.“ He’s been called “The Mark Twain of traditional American music,” and has traveled more than a million miles on the back roads of our nation, gathering, learning, singing, and promoting the music of our diverse cultural experience. Jack brings his keyboards, guitar, fiddle, voice, wit, and wisdom with him wherever he goes.
Call the COA for more information, or drop in on Friday to the in-person Memory Café. All are welcome.
The Memory Café is a safe place where caregivers and loved ones with memory loss can socialize, listen to music, play games, and share meaningful activities, education, and resources.