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20 October 2020 06:55PM
North Chatham Free Library

If you are close to retirement age, facing forced retirement because of Covid 19, or have been retired for a while, the keynote presentation held on Saturday October 24 of the North Chatham Free Library’s series “Creating a Vibrant Retirement” is for you. This Zoom session starts at 2:00.
Presenter Francis L. Battisti, PhD, will help participants answer the question “how can l create and sustain a vibrant lifestyle for myself during this next stage of living?” He will focus on how planning and living a vibrant, mental, spiritual and physical lifestyle in retirement is far more than having enough money—it is about changing how you envision yourself. This workshop, the first to be offered free in our area, will reinforce this mindset and engage participants in a meaningful exploration of what they want to create for their future, even if they are retired already.
Dr. Battisti has a national reputation in the field of healthy aging and has presented sessions on aging well at numerous national organizations. He is an exceptionally dynamic and engaging speaker who will allow time for questions and answers. In previous stages of his life, Dr, Battisti was a practicing psychotherapist, college professor and Executive Vice President and Chief Academic Officer of SUNY Broome, and a consultant for aging service providers.
Advance registration is required to get the Zoom link or phone call-in number for each session. Contact the library via email@mail@northchathamlibrary.org or call (518) 766-3211. Staff is available to help you learn Zoom by calling days ahead.
Other upcoming sessions in this series are: Be Your Own Health Care Advocate (November 7 – 11am); Leaving or Staying in Your Home When You Retire (Nov 10 – 6pm); Renting Out Space in Your Home: A way to save money and have companionship (Nov 17 – 6pm); Revitalizing Your Home for a Vibrant Retirement (Dec 3 – 6pm); and Creating A Beautiful Kitchen for Your Retirement Years (Dec 3 – 6pm). Check NCFL webpage NorthChathamLibrary.org for details.
This program is part of our ongoing series Enriching Life, Increasing Knowledge (ELIK) program funded in part by the Fund for Columbia County of the Berkshire Taconic Foundation and the Bank of Greene County.

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