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THE NEXT BIG THING COMMITTEE PRESENTS:

When Life Gives You Lemons

A USER’S GUIDE ON HOW TO THRIVE IN THE FACE OF ADVERSITY
Join us for an evening of unique perspectives on what to do when life hands you the unexpected. What makes some people thrive in the face of sudden change, loss or illness? How can some of life’s greatest challenges
become one’s greatest motivation? Different professional and cultural viewpoints will explore this thoughtprovoking topic.

Featuring:
Robin Golt, BA, ERYT
Karen Knie-Cahana, MSW
Corrie Sirota, MSW, PSW
Micki Vosco, B. Psych.

Monday May 1
7 pm $15 member / $22 non-member
Gelber Conference Centre


THE SOCIAL ACTION COMMITTEE AND PROGRAM DEPARTMENT PRESENT:

A Look at Elder Abuse

Elder abuse takes many forms - some more obvious, others less so. From physical abuse to the more subtle emotional and financial abuse, the greatest harm caused by elder abuse is breach of trust and a sense
of isolation and hopelessness. RECAA (Respecting Elders Communities Against Abuse) kicks off the evening followed by an expert panel presentation.

Featuring:
Dr. Mark Yaffe (MUHC)
Roula Marinos, Branch Manager, RBC, Queen Mary
Marick Bertrand and Lidia Volvich of the Elder Mistreatment Helpline

Wednesday May 24
7 pm $5
Gelber Conference Centre


TOHU - GRAND SPECTACLE
And what a show it is! Graduates of the École Nationale de Cirque will dazzle and charm with dance, drama, theatre and acrobatic performances. There’s something for everyone at this intergenerational program which
includes performance, light refreshment and parking.
Sunday June 4
7 - 9 pm, 1 session
$25 (Must be accompanied by a member)
ToHu, 2345, rue Jarry EST


THE BRAIN HEALTH COMMITTEE PRESENT

Music: Mind, Body and Soul

Music is a crucial element of everyday life. People spend hours listening to it and billions of dollars buying it. Why is music important to people? Why does it have the power to evoke so much emotion and flood us with memories? What role does music play in everyday life?

Feature Presentations: Live music performance: Jazz quintet, The Skyliners.

Panel Discussion:

Dr. Robert Zatorre, neuroscientist, McGill and the Montreal Neurological Institute
Dr. Jessica Grahn, cognitive neuroscientist who studies music and is an Associate Professor in the Brain and Mind Institute and the Department of Psychology at Western University, in London, Ontario
Victoria McNeill, MTA, Cummings Centre Music Therapist

Wednesday June 7
7 pm $15 member / $22 non-member
Gelber Conference Centre


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