Virtual online classes for older adults from GetSetUp

The Library of Michigan and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services are partnering to offer virtual online classes for older adults through GetSetUp. Use the platform to take live classes on a variety of topics including technology, meditation, brain fitness, art, cooking, financial planning, aging in place, and more. You can also use the platform to socialize. 

These classes are free for Michiganders. While booking a class, use the code:

MICHIGANHEALTH

Below are some new and upcoming seasonal classes that you can access on GetSetUp:

Holidays should be a fun, relaxing time. For many, it turns out to be a very stressful time. In this class, you will discover practical ways to prepare and get organized so you can truly enjoy the holidays. By using simple planning strategies and easy-to-use organization tools, this year's holiday season can be more enjoyable and stress-free.

Thanksgiving is a celebration whether large or small. Join GSU member, Donna Ferrante, and Guide Deb as Donna guides us through a special menu for two with all the trimmings and a ready-made plan to take the stress out of Thanksgiving and pave the way for a lovely, relaxing day!

This year, why not use social media to stay connected and share experiences with family and friends over the holidays? In this class you will learn how to share posts that are helpful, inspirational, and empowering to your social media friends and followers. You will also learn how to find holiday content on social media to make your holidays more joyful.

Learn how to use this free online tool to design your greeting cards and party invitations for the holiday season. Choose a card template or design your own from scratch. Change the images, fonts, and colors. Add your message, print or share. Express yourself however you like and bring holiday cheer to others.

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