Hope we’ll see you on August 8!

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At our July café in Fairfax, we welcomed friends from the Ashburn, Springfield, and Manassas areas. We were also delighted to meet a couple of the organizers of Parkinson events in the greater Winchester area. Thanks to the contributions of our awesome bakers and shoppers we enjoyed some exceptional munchies. Yum! Yum!

We’ve added a resource table where you can help yourself to information about living with Parkinson’s as well as some of the many services provided by Fairfax County.

Found:
Someone left a ladies dark blue cardigan behind at the July café. It’s hanging on the coat rack just inside the door.

You’re invited to our next Fairfax Café!

Monday, August 8 from 10:00 am – 12 noon

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At: Insight Memory Care Center
Linda and Lou Mazawey Education and Support Center
3955 Pender Drive, Suite 100, Fairfax, VA 22030
Directions and map

Directions:  From Waples Mill Road, turn right onto Pender Drive. Then turn right at the 2nd driveway; head straight back, the road will curve around to the left and 3955 will be on your left.

Come for the coffee, stay for the company and conversation!

We’d love to see you at our café – a place where people living with Parkinson’s or other related movement disorders such as Lewy Body Dementia can gather with their carepartners, family, and friends. Relax and enjoy a cup of coffee, donuts and other delicious munchies with old friends and meet new ones. Check out our resource table – we’re adding more helpful information to it every month.

Our café is free and you’re welcome to bring munchies to share!

Click here to download and share our August 8 flyer (PDF)

See you on August 8!

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