Spring Expo 2019

Spring Expo 2019

You’re Invited!

Botsford Commons’ Annual Spring Expo 2019

Takes place this Saturday, March 30th from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

21300 Archwood Circle

Farmington Hills  (Inside the apartment building)

Highlights of the festivities:

A variety of crafters and service vendors for you to shop including Darin’s Light Weight Totes, Bill’s Birdhouses and everyone’s favorite, Girl Scout Cookies.

Take part in Raffles and much more!
Admission is FREE and open to the public.

Questions?  Contact Barb 248-615-2898

Free Educational Events on Campus

Free Educational Events on Campus

You are invited to join us for monthly educational events on aging.  Each fullness of life series helps share insights on different facets of aging successfully.  They are all free and open to the public.

Series 1

Features topics addressing “Developing Meaningful Connections with People Experiencing Dementia”, sessions take place on the second Tuesday of every month at 7pm in the Botsford Commons Chapel. See:  Meaningful Connections series flyer.

For questions about this series, call Diane Beri 248-426-6902

The next event in this series is Tuesday, March 12th, 7-9p.  It is a free legal workshop. Topic: “How to Protect Your Stuff in 3 Easy Steps”.  Presenter:  Certified Elder Law Attorney, Christopher J. Berry, Esq.  See: March 12 event flyer .

Series 2

Features topics addressing “How to Age Successfully” and features Beaumont Senior Care Experts.  Sessions take place on the second Wednesday of every month at 1pm in the Tarpinian Dining Room. See:  Age Successfully series flyer.

For questions about this series, call Barb Smith 248-615-2898

The next event in this series is Wednesday, March 13th 1pm.  Topic: “The Age of Desire”. Presenter: Elana Gottfried, LMSW, CST.

NEW Parkinson’s Disease Support Group

NEW Parkinson’s Support Group!

Join us on the third Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm in the Chapel at Botsford Commons – A Beaumont Community.
This group is for caregiversparkinsons-logo and those dealing with Parkinson’s Disease.  For questions about this event, please contact Diane Zide at 248-426-6902.
This monthly event is free and open to the public