Cornell Winery+Do Good Bus Talks: Ageism: How to Recognize & Dismantle It
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Cornell Winery+Do Good Bus Talks: Ageism: How to Recognize & Dismantle It

Do you fear your future self?

About this event

Friday, March 25th 6-7pm at Cornell Winery for a Do Good Bus TALKS on:

Ageism: How to Recognize & Dismantle It

Founder of Hey Middle Age and Thought Leader, Mimi Ison, will lead a 50 min. discussion on ways to live an energetic and healthy life after 50.

Questions, communal conversation, and connections are encouraged!

Grab a glass of wine from Cornell’s Tasting Room, maybe some crispy potato wedges or warm chocolate chip cookies from the Old Place Restaurant, and get ready… For as the sun goes down, conversation heats up!

Adults/Young Adults are welcome

FREE but donations are appreciated. Do Good Bus is a 501c3 nonprofit.

Seating is limited, so RSVP NOW!

5:45pm — Meet and Greet 6pm — Event Starts

Seating: Chairs will be provided.

What to bring? Just yourself! And maybe a jacket/blanket.

Parking: Yes (Lot fills up quickly; free street parking is also available)

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Bathrooms: Yes

Are pets allowed? On leash pets are allowed at this outdoor gathering as long as they will not be a distraction to the discussion. (Keep in mind: peacocks roam the grounds freely)

Food/Beverage for Sale: Yes/Yes (delicious snacks not meals)

Covid Safety Precautions: This event is OUTDOORS. Hand sanitizing station on site. Masks are available upon request. If you go inside to purchase wine/food, masks are required.

What are Do Good Bus TALKS? Check out the video below : )

Click here for reservations.

March 25, 2022

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