CONNECT THROUGH THEATRE
with Kristal Greenlea & Stuart Harris
Tuesdays, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
At the time of the class, follow this link to Sign In.
Or call 646-558-8656 Meeting ID: 347 1234 321
Bay Ridge resident Stuart M. Harris, author of Northeast Quarter, is providing his short plays that focus on the lives of characters, Colleen & Paula. These dynamic characters explore their world in later adulthood and reveal their fierce pasts through witty dialogue.
All folks wanted, regardless of gender identity, to participate, because there are numerous characters included in these minimalist productions. Please log on to read the words of these characters and bring life to these stories.
There is NO PRIOR COMMITMENT REQUIRED. It's a tough time to make connections with one another. The theatre has always prevailed in this. Join us to connect with one another.
Julie Ross, LCSW, PhD, joins the Bay Ridge Center community
as a member of the Trio program. Julie is available for individual psychotherapy sessions for Bay Ridge Center members on
Tuesdays and Thursday between 9:00 am and 4:30 pm.
The Trio program brings together an interdisciplinary team from Weill Cornell Medicine to offer a program that supports successful aging. The goal of Trio is to identify emotional and mental health needs among older adults and offer education and counseling. Trio is supported by funding from ThriveNYC through the NYC Department for the Aging.
What does Trio offer?
Trio staff members work with your senior center staff and volunteers to develop activities and workshops that embrace the Trio theme: the importance of health, mental health, and social support together to ensure a better quality of life for NYC’s older adults. These activities allow us to introduce our perspective and meet your community. Due to current COVID-19 circumstances, Trio services are offered by video or by phone.
To learn more about Trio or to schedule an appointment,
please call Julie at 844-999-8746, ext. 708.