Seniors

H’art to Develop New Deaf Senior Theatre Production

Grant from the Ontario’s Seniors Community Grant Program Supports Project Beginning this month, seniors who are Deaf will be involved in a new theatre production thanks to a $24,726 grant from the Government of Ontario’s Ministry for Seniors and Accessibility Seniors...

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Weekend Arts Mixer Fun Facts

We launched the Weekend Arts Mixer project in March as part of our H'art Accessible Arts Program. Through the project, we aimed to create meaningful inclusive arts for seniors in long-term care on weekends and encourage more intergenerational connection –– and fun! We...

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H’art and Fairmount Home Go Wireless

On December 13, representatives from H’art Centre, Rotary Club of Kingston and Empire Life gathered at Fairmount Home to celebrate the "Go Wireless" pilot project with Fairmount Home’s leaders, recreation staff and residents. Five Smart TV monitors, multiple headsets...

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H’art Accessible Arts Program

Overview The H'art Accessible Arts Program (or HAAP! as we like to call it) is a community-coordinated arts program for seniors who live in long-term care homes, including those living with disabilities. Several times a week, trained artists and volunteers travel to...

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Young at H’art returns in March 2017

Young at H'art returns, expands and reaches out to long-term care homes H’art Centre is pleased to announce Young at H’art, a high-quality arts program for seniors with disabilities, will return on March 6th and feature more classes as well as outreach to three of...

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Young at H’art returns on March 6th

Young at H'art returns, expands and reaches out to long-term care homes H’art Centre is pleased to announce Young at H’art, a high-quality arts program for seniors with disabilities, will return on March 6th and feature more classes as well as outreach to three of...

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Able Artists presents "Arts & Long Term Care in Kingston"

On March 12, 2017, H'art Centre will present an information-sharing workshop called Arts & Long-Term Care in Kingston as part of our ongoing Able Artists series. Long-term care administrators, arts organization administrators, arts instructors, educators,...

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Young at H’art appeal a success

H’art Centre To Launch New Program for Older Adults with Disabilities Today, H’art Centre announced its Young at H’art fundraising appeal would come to a close thanks to overwhelming support from the community. H’art Centre will now be able to start a new program for...

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Young at H’art class registration

The second phase of this program has started. Learn more! H'art Centre is pleased to offer Young at H’art, a new program for people over the age of 65 who need a little extra support to stay active in the arts. Classes begin the week of September 12, 2016 but you can...

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A Day Away 1: Rock the Chairs

THE BOX at H'art Centre will be rocking through September and October with A Day Away: Rock the Chairs. If you are 55 or older, join us on Fridays to jam with musician Winston Vinh and guest artists. Bring or borrow an instrument. Get some tips. Learn the basics of...

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Seniors to Get “A Day Away”

Today, H’art Centre announced that it will expand a popular summer pilot project for seniors into a new arts program called A Day Away thanks to a grant provided by the Government of Ontario’s Seniors Community Grant Program. What started as a short summer music...

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New summer music program will get seniors rockin’

THE BOX at H’art Centre will be rocking starting on July 10, 2015 with the launch of a new, free eight-week summer music program for seniors called Rock the Chairs! The program, open to adults 55 and older, will introduce participants to a new genre of music each week...

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