Lions Gate Virtual Views
Lions Gate Virtual Views - January 13, 2020
Welcome to Lions Gate Virtual Views. We hope that you can escape with us on these weekly virtual journeys!
Please email Melanie with any feedback or suggestions for future program content. Enjoy!
If you set a goal to remove some of the extra millimetres around the middle, let’s get going with this 15-minute low impact workout for seniors:
We need to keep our brain cells active. Crossword puzzles are a good way to do this. Try this website and test your own knowledge. I love this website because the incorrect letters show up in red. I also love it because you can also get a hint. One last thing, you can add this to your favourites and go back to this as often as you would like.
Before you head for lunch, look at this video of the top nine foods for seniors, and then think about whether you need or want to adjust your diet in 2021:
I am not an advocate of any “diet” but I do like these recipes that look yummy and are based on living a healthy lifestyle:
I believe that everyone’s life is a story and that each story is a miracle of their life. I love this storytelling project and would love to start a project like this here. Please email us if you would like to share your story.
Let’s move from your story to one of the iconic Canadian storytellers, Stuart McLean, being interviewed by George Stroumboulopoulos:
If you liked Stuart McLean then you have probably heard the CBC broadcast, remembering Stuart McLean from 2017:
You may have your favourite Stuart McLean stories (as there are so many), here's a collection from the Vinyl Cafe:
I hope that you have a lovely evening and enjoy this beautiful music and amazing talent, The Three Tenors Concert from 1996:
See you next week - Wednesday, Jan. 20.