Weare Age-Friendly Community Assessment
WEARE - 21 March 2017: In cooperation with the Southern N.H. Planning Commission (SNHPC), the town of Weare is hosting an information session to raise awareness of the needs of adult residents of all generations in Weare, from millennials to seniors, and examine opportunities for cross-generational synergies through a moderated discussion. The discussion will be held Thursday, April 6, from 9:30-11:30am at the Weare Public Library, 10 Paige Memorial Lane. A delicious brunch and beverages will be available, provided courtesy of AARP.
Representatives from town departments, school offices, senior housing organizations, youth groups, churches, civic organizations, health providers, and recreational organizations are all encouraged to attend, and all are welcome.
The discussion will be led by Commission staff. They are doing similar sessions at all of the communities in their region. This allows them to better assess age-friendly opportunities and issues regarding housing and zoning, transportation and accessibility, recreational space, social/civic engagement, community communication and support, and business and economic development.
Please R.S.V.P. by March 31 by calling Michael Sullivan, Director, Weare Public Library, at 529-2044, or by sending email to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you can’t make the meeting but would like to provide input to our resident survey, please participate in our age-friendly resident survey at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BecomingAgeFriendly