Promoting self-determination, civic engagement and personal growth for people as they age through education, leadership development and opportunities to connect.
The Earl's Library: Private English Libraries in the Age of Downton Abbey
January 14, 2015 - 10:00 AM to 12:00 Noon
Curator, Special Collections and Rare Books
Elmer L Andersen Library
University of Minnesota
222 21st Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55455
The Vital Aging Network is pleased to partner with the University of Minnesota Libraries and to bring you a series of forums that highlight the distinctive collections held by the libraries.
Viewers captivated by "Downton Abbey," the period drama created by Julian Fellowes and broadcast to American audiences on PBS, are equally interested in the many details of post-Edwardian English country living. This talk will explore some of the fascinating tales, details, and perhaps even mysteries bound together in these resplendent libraries. Together we will look at the "Downton Abbey" library and those of surrounding neighbors, exploring the richness of the English bibliographic countryside.
Voices[ About the blogs ]
Healthy Aging: Know the Facts
Exercise to Live Longer
This is the first of a series of eight installments related to physical fitness entitled: Think of Exercise as a Pill that Promotes Long Life and a Whole Lot More by Evolve grad, John Sandgren, MD. [ more ]
Aging with Gusto
Tell Us Your Aging with Gusto Story
Did you participate in or lead an Aging with Gusto discussion? Tell us what happened. What are some of the "aha!" moments. [ more ]
From the Chair 2014
The Holiday Season... Be Well!
The Vital Aging Network is deeply engaged in its Wellness 50+ initiative promoting healthy habits, practices and goals for older adults in their communities. Our communities are experiencing wonderful results and progressing in developing truly life chang [ more ]
Comments from Evolve Grads
Add your comments about Evolve (ALVA)
This is a place for Evolve grads to add their comments and thoughts about the class. [ more ]