Artful Living: Blog

Saluting Our Founder

August 10, 2012

Recently Arts for the Aging’s senior dance troupe Quicksilver brought to AFTA’s Founder, Lolo Sarnoff, an arts experience to match the beauty and joy her vision made possible for so many, for so many years. On a morning this past July, Quicksilver joined the founder in her garden, an oasis of lush greenery punctuated by the angles and curves of her original modern sculptures. To …Read More

Twilight Runfest July 21

July 13, 2012

Calling all metro D.C. area runners — “fun-havers” too!  Come on out for the annual Rockville Rotary Twilight Runfest. It’s an 8K Road Race, 1K Fun Run and festival with live music and refreshments. Held in downtown Rockville, MD the event benefits The City of Rockville’s Department of Recreation and Parks and The Rockville Rotary Foundation. AFTA is a recent and proud grant award recipient …Read More

Game. Set. AFTA!

June 21, 2012

The 22nd Annual Tennis Tournament benefiting AFTA was an ace! Players and spectators alike came out on a sunny Saturday afternoon in June for round-robin play on private courts around the D.C. metro area. Afterwards, semi, final and exhibition matches along with a party and silent auction took place at Fairfax Racquet Club. A few days later, ensuing rain cleared out just in time for …Read More

Fresh Look. Big Honor.

June 13, 2012

What better way to begin rolling out Arts for the Aging’s 25th Anniversary next year than with our new look and announcement of an exciting new honor? NEW, is our vibrant logo (top left), most recently seen anchoring our website re-launch this past winter. It now is making its way into more print and online materials, and with color schemes meant to spark the spirit …Read More