Youre Invited to our April CACS Showcase and Networking Event!
Is your Seniors community doing something unique?
We are so excited to introduce you to a new CACS initiative! Our board members have been working hard to gather best practices from community members who would like to share some of the important work they are doing. Finally a platform you can be apart of! This event is open to all practitioners working […]
Denver Art Gallery Helps Bring Out Seniors Artistic Side with Graffiti!
CACS is looking for speakers at our next networking event in April! If you or someone you know is doing something interesting with Seniors and creative activities, please let us know! Click image to view full-size! Back to Newsletter
Music Brings Tears of Joy to Seniors Suffering from Dementia
Armed with water-based spray paint, the seniors at the Johnson adult day-program are defying stereotypes — using art to to help battle memory loss. Back to Newsletter
Cause for Celebration: Premiere Performance by 91 Year Old Pianist Mary Fenwick
Ever walk down the street and have a scent transform you to your younger days? Or hear a song on the radio that reminds you of that perfect summer trip with your friends? Your first dance at your wedding? Auditory and Scent memories are some of the strongest when it comes to recalling feelings and […]
On December 17, 2016, Mount Royal Conservatory held Sounds of the Season, a concert that featured the many Mount Royal choirs and orchestras, including their Areietta, Arioso, Kantorei, Youth Orchestra, and Calgary Boys Choir. It also included guest artists Laura Hynes, the Heebee Jeebees and Mary Fenwick. Unlike Laura Hynes, the Heebee Jeebees, the choir […]