At Bridges Together, we talk about educating, connecting and empowering individuals and communities. One way we do that is through our Coffee Connections. These free networking and learning events, sponsored by the Massachusetts Association of Councils on Aging (MCOA) pack a lot of punch into just two hours, and if you are in Boston on Thursday, April 14, we’d love to see YOU! Register here to join us from 9 – 11 am at Little Brothers — Friends of the Elderly (3305 Washington Street, Jamaica Plain).
So what, exactly, do we DO at Coffee Connections? Read on!
We believe that dynamic ideas and initiatives often start with like-minded people gathering around a common issue. That is what the Bridges Together Coffee Connections are! Wherever you are on your intergenerational (IG) journey, being able to share successes – as well as seek advice on things that may need a little fine-tuning – is key to initiating as well as keeping your IG efforts flourishing and fresh. Each gathering includes time to network, learn about other programs, develop some new strategies and discuss intergenerational issues. Coffee Connections run from 9 am to 11 am and will include coffee (of course!) and light refreshments.