Village Network of Petaluma presents the inside scoop on Age-Friendly Petaluma with speaker Kris Rebillot on Thursday, February 18 at 2:00 pm in a free, online program.
Petaluma is among 472 U.S. cities that have joined the AARP Age-Friendly Network. These communities have committed to be great places to grow up and grow old in.
Find out what’s next for Age-Friendly Petaluma and what that means to you!
Learn about results from the city’s recent Age-Friendly Survey and get the inside scoop on possible priorities as the city starts making good on its commitment to become an age-friendly community.
Presenter Kris Rebillot serves as Chair of the Petaluma Senior Advisory Committee, and is committed to fighting ageism and to making aging as gentle and positive as possible. When she isn’t championing Age- Friendly Petaluma, she’s busy working as Director of Communications for Buck Institute for Research on Aging.
RSVP by February 8 to info@VillageNetworkofPetalmua.org or 776-6055 to register and receive the Zoom link.
* The Village Network is a nonprofit membership organization of older adults ages 50+ in the Petaluma and Penngrove area. Members and volunteers of all ages share their talents, interests, support, fun, and friendship to improve quality of life and expand choices. The Village celebrated its 6th birthday in June 2020. It has over 200 members and volunteers.