AARP to discuss programs and unveil discount at Manchester Community Music School Open House.
MANCHESTER, NH – Have you always wanted to learn an instrument or see what the Manchester Community Music School could bring to your life?
Find out on May 19 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Manchester Community Music School’s Open House. You will enjoy performances and hear inspiring stories of people who have started an instrument later in life. Guest speakers will include Daisy Wojewoda – lifelong flutist – and Debbie Markow – faculty and conductor of the Adult String Ensemble.
AARP New Hampshire will also be discussing Life Reimagined, an inspiring program that offers support towards following your dreams whether that is retirement, career change, or learning the French horn! We offer tools to help individuals plan their next move, and to connect with community resources and other people who can help along the way.
Join us at the Manchester Community Music School, 2291 Elm St in Manchester, on May 19, because it is never too late for a new lease on life. This event is free and open to the public. No RSVP necessary.
Click here to learn more about this event. You can also hear more about upcoming AARP New Hampshire events and activities online at aarp.org/nh, on Facebook or by following @AARP on Twitter. And make sure not to miss any of the fun this summer, opt-in to our electronic newsletters: aarp.org/yes2emailNH.