I hope you’re enjoying this glorious weather! If you’re looking to get out and about, join us at our cafes this month where we’re sharing our stories of where we’ve been and where we’d like to go.
Cafe McLean – July 11
We had a small group at Cafe McLean this month, but we had a good time and met new friends! We were talking about travel, and it always amazes me what a small world we live in, like when people shared memories from when they lived in the same country overseas many years ago. Meanwhile, back home, if you’re looking to spend a day exploring in D.C. here are a couple of ideas.
- DC Circulator – The Circulator is public transportation that will take you to the District’s main attractions for $1.00 or less. Yep, you read that right! There are several routes that will take you to places like Georgetown, the zoo, and Dupont Circle, as well as one that travels around the Mall. If you’re planning to see the sights around the Mall including around Tidal Basin, keep in mind that it travels counter-clockwise. There are maps and schedules and everything you need to know here, on their website.
- Inspired by “Hamilton” – From catching the show at the Kennedy Center to a guided tour at the National Gallery of Art, check out 13 different things to do in DC. Click here to see the whole list.
After enjoying our yummy lunch, (including some ice cream!), we checked out a carnival put on for the Lewinsville Senior Center folk. Our hosts, Lewinsville Retirement Residence, are also hosting the Lewinsville Senior Center while their center is being rebuilt. There were lots of things to do at the carnival, including a cupcake walk and a bean bag toss, and it was fun to see everyone enjoying themselves.
Two cafes next week!
Join us in Alexandria on Monday and/or Fairfax on Wednesday. We’ll be talking more travel and have fun dressing up for the occasion in favorite clothes from far away places. Don’t forget we’ll also be munching on yummy food and . . . ice cream!
Please RSVP to help us with planning. This is especially helpful for our hosts who are providing us lunch at no cost.
Click here to RSVP.
News from the Davis Phinney Foundation for Parkinson’s
Victory Summit online!
Friday, August 10, 2018, 10:00 am – 4:30 pm PST
How would you like to attend The Victory Summit event from the comfort of your own home? For the first time ever, we will broadcast The Victory Summit® event worldwide, free of charge. All you need is internet access and a computer.
Click here for more information. Watch dynamic presentations from leading movement disorder neurologists and therapists from across the country and finish the broadcast feeling motivated and armed with tools to help you be more involved in your own treatment and to improve your quality of life. The Victory Summit® is a free educational event with information and tools that people with Parkinson’s can use to live well today.
Every Victory Counts® manual
People living with Parkinson’s, care partners and families need reliable, practical information that inspires action to improve quality of life today and every day. The Every Victory Counts® manual – and its companion website – is the gold standard resource to help you live well with Parkinson’s and achieve your personal wellness goals.
Click here to request your complimentary print copy.
Rock Steady Boxing NoVa expanding
Rock Steady Boxing NoVa is now gearing up to expand the program from their gym in McLean. They are looking to add a site in Sterling/Ashburn, hopefully, by year end. As part of the process they want to reach out to folks with PD in this area to build a list of interested people.
More information is available their latest flyer (click here) or you can check out the websites for RockSteadyNoVA.com and RockSteadyBoxing.org. You can then contact Alec Langstein at 571.730.8553 or Nova@RSBaffiliate.com to let him know if you’re interested as well.
Hope to see you out and about soon!