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Community Wellness Partners present ‘The Age of Love’ April 17
CLINTON — Community Wellness Partners is presenting a free screening of the film, “The Age of Love,” at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, April 17, at Clinton High School Performing Arts Theatre, 75 Chenango Road S. The event is open to the public and director Steven Loring will be in attendance for a post-movie Q&A.
In “The Age of Love,” a diverse group of older singles in Rochester, sign up for a first-of-its-kind speed dating event. This glimpse into the lives of the participants, at times both comic and poignant, shows that it’s never too late to make a positive change in life.
The “Embedded in the humor and entertainment value of the movie is a powerful message about growth, meaning and possibilities for older adults,” said MaryJo Timpano, CWP Wellness Consultant “This message is perfectly aligned with CWP’s vision, which is to inspire and nurture successful aging.”
More information about the film can be found online at theageoflovemovie.com.
Community Wellness Partners, in partnership with Masterpiece Living, is offering this to the public as part of our mission to empower individual wellness through exceptional healthcare, housing and community services.
Our approach helps older adults create pathways to health and wellness by creating opportunities to stay active, find new talents, create lasting friendships, and foster spiritual growth.