The Time of Your Life: Seniors Lead the Way

Poliakevitch, Tatiana
December 2011
Feliciter;2011, Vol. 57 Issue 6, p231
The article presents a profile of The Time of Your Life program, a library outreach initiative developed by the Senior Advisory Group of the Red Deer Public Library in Red Deer, Alberta. According to the article, the program is focused on providing seniors in the community of Red Deer with opportunities to participate in author readings, book discussions, and lectures from distinguished guests through funding from a Canadian government grant.


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