Current & Recent Projects

 

Ontario Achievement Award 2016

Current – 2018/19

The Role of Senior Volunteers Sustaining Rural Communities – current concept development

Purpose, Community and Commitment: Engaging Older Adults as Community Leaders – current concept development

HeARTful Connections: Arts – Health Collaborations in Middlesex Centre – current project pending final approval

2-year Indigenous Legacies Project – Community Mobilization and Engagement – current Museum London

Remember When: The “Memory Box” Outreach Pilot Project – current Museum London 2018/19

London Creative Age Network – community-based programs, activities and events from 2013 to present

2009 – 2018

Creating Connections Symposium: Linking the Past to the Present at the Museum – Museum London.

It’s ShowTime: Seniors Outreach Performing Arts Project – Municipality of Thames Centre

Creative Journaling Workshops – Municipality of Thames Centre

Making the Most of Your Retirement – Rogers tv London

Creative Arts Adventures, New Horizons Project  – 2017 Municipality of Thames Centre

Building Arts-Tech Bridges – pilot project 2016 Museum London

Aging Well With the Arts – pilot project 2016 London Arts Council

Creative EngAGING Symposium – 2016 Thunder Bay Art Gallery

Centre at the Forks Concept Development, Planning Report and Launch Plan – 2016 Museum London

3 Year Strategic Plan – 2015 Neighbourhood Watch

ArtSAGE Symposium and Seniors Outreach Project – 2014 Museum London

OWL Job Clubs for Late Career Transitions – 2010 to 2014

Social Enterprise Marketing Research, 3 year Strategic Plan and Marketing Programs – 2009 to 2012 Over 55 London

 

Age Friendly London Conference

 

Pat Spadafora and Kathy Smith – 2018 Museum London

 

Strategic Planning – Social Media

 

Making the Most of Your Retirement on Rogers tv London

 

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