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Spring Senior Expo 2014

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Looking for information on senior products, resources, communities or assistance? Come to the Spring Senior Expo May 7 at the St. Maximillian Kolbe Church Hall on Black Point Road in Scarborough. Admission is free, there’s no registration, and we’ll have plenty of free parking, entertainment and raffle prizes.

We’ve gathered representatives from many senior communities, home health companies, insurance planners, estate management, rehabilitation and much more to showcase their services and be available for questions all day. You’ll be able to visit and talk with more than 40 vendors from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

But that’s not all. For a $5 donation, you can get an antique appraised (benefits the Alzheimer’s Association). We’ll have a Speaker’s Gallery (see the info elsewhere on these pages), plus a tap demonstration and live music. We’ll also have experience rooms, where you can learn more about the dementia experience first hand.

The Grand Prize

When you come in, be sure and pick up your free Expo bag, courtesy of the Osher Life Long Learning Center. Now’s the time to enter the drawing for the Grand Prize. Our grand prize includes:

Two excellent seats for the Maine State Music Theater show of your choice

A $50 gift certificate for dinner out on the town in Brunswick

And more surprises!

Other Fun Stuff

The ‘Bout Time Tappers show off their fancy footwork at 1:30. This is an adult tap class group that brings back lots of tapping fun and memories.

Stretch and Step will have a seated exercise demonstration at 1.

Frankie and Johnnie Duo will take your requests starting at 2 p.m.

Your Hosts

Maine Senior Guide, along with Beach Glass Transitions, is hosting the Spring Senior Expo. Maine Senior Guide is a free online web resource (www.MaineSeniorGuide.com) of senior communities, health care, products, services and information. Principal Deborah McLean works with senior-focused companies to gain on-line exposure with no limits of distribution or geography.

Lynn Peel, principal of Beach Glass Transitions, offers advice and direction for families helping a senior loved one relocate to safer, more secure housing. A certified Geriatric Care Advisor, Lynn has many years experience navigating the requirements of senior living communities, and all the attendant paperwork of re-settling a loved one. (www.BeachGlassTransitions.com)

Deborah and Lynn have worked together and apart in senior care for a decade, and originally founded Maine Senior Guide together. They will be on-hand to welcome you to the Spring Senior Expo at St. Max Hall.

MSG 2014

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