RIDGEFIELD, Conn. -- There will be an introduction to Sage-ing, which offers Westchester and Fairfield seniors a new way to approach their elder years more consciously, more joyfully and more compassionately, at Congregation Shir Shalom of Westchester and Fairfield Counties in Ridgefield.
There will be a free Lunch and Learn workshop on Tuesday, March 30 from noon-1:30 p.m.
Sage-ing International is a nonprofit organization focused on helping individuals find purpose, passion and meaning in the second half of life.
Sage-ing is independent of any faith; all are welcome to come and explore alternatives for living a fulfilling and meaningful second half of their lives.
Jerome Kerner, a Certified Sage-ing Leader, will introduce the program referred to as Awakening the Sage Within.
Congregation Shir Shalom of Westchester and Fairfield Counties at 46 Peaceable St., Ridgefield, is making its facilities available as a service to the community.
It is a Reform Jewish community, serving Northern Westchester and Western Fairfield Counties (Lewisboro, Pound Ridge, North Salem, Bedford, Ridgefield, Wilton, Redding and surrounding areas) for almost 50 years.
Interested individuals will get the opportunity to participate in a series of learning and discussion sessions that can lead to ongoing dialogue among the participants.
For information, interested parties can contact Kerner at (914) 763-6911 or the Shir Shalom office at (203) 438-6589.
Congregation Shir Shalom of Westchester and Fairfield Counties is at 46 Peaceable St., Ridgefield.
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