Senior Center of Greater Richmond

Creating Opportunities for Healthy Aging Through Social Engagement

What Are “Open Choice” Options

When we are having a class or workshop that has limited interest, you can opt to do something else.  Bring a needlecraft or craft project and work on it in another area.  Bring a book to read.  Play a game with another member.    Use open space near the stage or in the dining area near the kitchen.  Open Choice might encourage you to take up advanced, adult coloring (which is very popular, right now), just ask for the books, colored pencils and pens.  It is fun!!!    Just be respectful of other groups that are meeting by closing doors between rooms or talking quietly in another area of a large room.

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