Annual AgeIn

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4th Annual agein

Creature Comforts: The Human-Animal Bond in Healthy Aging

~ Saturday, June 17, 2023 ~

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History of agein

2022 | Elder Wisdom:  An Overlooked Resource in Trying Times

Held on Saturday, June 4, 2022

About Our 3rd Annual agein

Our current human and environmental challenges are daunting. These issues are complex, hard to navigate, and can’t be ‘Googled’.  But we can tap into a valuable resource: our past, our experience. The 2022 agein featured lifelong change-makers who paved their own paths where no roads existed. Thank you so much to these guest speakers for sharing their collective wisdom with our mighty, intergenerational community.

This event took place at Destiny Arts Center in Oakland, California.  Sarah Crowell provided the opening remarks. Sasha Shen Johfre was the panel moderator. Amy Meyer, Sandy Mori and Jennie Chin Hansen were the featured guest panelists.

Watch the Panel Discussion (showcased above)

2021 | Create, Connect, Contribute – A Celebration and FUNdraiser

Held October 18-23, 2021

About Our 2nd Annual agein

In 2021, we reconnected for our 2nd annual agein – a week-long celebration and fundraiser. Together, we celebrated the joy of creating, connecting and contributing at four online Play Dates and then finally at an in-person event at the Destiny Arts Center in Oakland, California.  From dancing, drawing and acting to enjoying good company and food … this event was all about celebrating joy!

Watch the event highlights (showcased above)

2019 | Celebrating 10 Years of Our Diverse Learning Community

Held on Saturday, June 1, 2019

About Our 1st Annual agein

In June of 2019, AHWGO piloted a day-long super forum, an ‘agein’ in the style of the 1960s teach-ins. We aimed to include people of varied ages and backgrounds, and explore how the later stages of life are seen, felt and understood.

Motivated by its success we will take this annual event to key locations in California in order to:

  • Reach new audiences
  • Incentivize other communities to form AHWGO creative learning communities
  • Identify more opportunities for AHWGO to bring aging consideration to a greater range of organizations and corporations

Watch the event highlights (showcased above)

People gathered around small tables in a large room, talking amongst themselves.

First agein, June 2019, Ed Roberts Campus Berkeley.

“….there were some amazing people and creative brains in the room and so much potential to activate whole communities and created system-wide change!”
agein participant

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