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AgeWise TV: Episode 115
AgeWise TV: Episode 115
10/15/202056:19

Enjoy content for older adults including tips on making paper boxes and sun prints; a forest walk through Seward Park; Tai Chi instruction; and a tour of restaurants featuring cuisines from all over the world. This video features open captions.

In this episode:

BIMA Art In Action - Folded Paper Box: Bainbridge Island Museum of Art education director Kristin Tollefson demonstrates how to make a simple folded paper box! This is perfect for storing keepsakes, small craft or office supplies, and even jewelry! 

The New Meat and Potatoes: Seattle and surrounding neighborhoods have become a truly global culinary marketplace with restaurants ranging from Africa to the Americas and all places in between. Traveling in fast motion from neighborhood to neighborhood, hear stories about Seattle's international food scene from twelve local communities. This film was created for the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) for the exhibit "Edible City."  

Virtual Garden Discovery Walk - Take a virtual garden discovery walk through the arboretum with Laura Rumpf, a Registered Horticultural Therapist. Experience a quiet stroll through a forest of old Douglas Fir trees and bird song. This program, tailored to people living with memory loss and their partners, is offered by Seattle Parks and Recreation & UW Memory and Brain Wellness Center, with support from Family Resource Home Care. 

BIMA Art In Action From Home - Sun Prints: Bainbridge Island Museum of Art's Emma Cantrell demonstrates making a sun print using inexpensive construction paper.

Tai Chi: David Pan guides a Yang style short form Tai Chi. This martial art technique helps seniors achieve proper form and maximum health benefits. David Pan teaches Tia Chi classes at the Pike Market Senior Center

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