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    Movement, Music, & Musings, Tuesday, July 3, 2018 5:00 pm Movement, Music, & Musings, Tuesday, July 3, 2018 5:00 pm
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    Movement, Music, & Musings


    Lineage Performing Arts hosts Movement, Music, & Musings.  Led by Hilary Tomas, this five-week creative workshop will have you dancing, writing, and finding your creative voice.

    Admission is free; donations are always accepted.

    All ability levels welcome; no experience necessary, and no reservations are required. Just dress comfortably, bring paper or a journal, and be prepared to let loose and have fun!

    Workshops take place each Tuesday evening, July 3 through July 24, 5:00-7:00pm.

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    Movement/Aloud!, Friday, July 27, 2018 3:30 pm Movement/Aloud!, Friday, July 27, 2018 3:30 pm
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    Guest performing artists from MUSE/IQUE visit the Senior Center to explore how innovative music from composers ranging from Irving Berlin to Lin-Manuel Miranda and dance groups including Ballet Hispánico make America a musical "home sweet home" for everybody.

    The first 16 people who register to attend this event at the Welcome Desk will receive complimentary tickets to the July 28 MOVEMENT/ALOUD! concert led by MUSE-IQUE musical director Rachael Worby at The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens.

    Pasadena Senior Center

    85 E. Holly Street
    Pasadena, CA 91103

    The Pasadena Senior Center is dedicated to help seniors live meaningful lives of dignity, enjoyment, and useful purpose. The Center improves and enriches lives of seniors with opportunities to be independent, celebrate life, and reach their fullest potential by providing education; social events; sports, recreation and volunteer opportunities; basic support services, including information, housing, caregivers, employment, and counseling; retirement education; and advocacy training. The center also provides client services and outreach for frail, low-income, and homebound seniors.

    The Center is an independent, nonprofit agency that welcomes all members of the diverse, growing senior population and their families; it serves both those in need of basic services and those ready to use their accumulated wisdom for the good of the community.

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