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HAP LiveWell: Mid-Life
Editor
2850 W. Grand Boulevard
Detroit, MI 48202
By e-mail:
LWMidlife@hap.org
Your HAP Board of Directors
William R. Alvin
Cindy Bala-Brusilow,* Ph.D.
Marvin B. Beatty
William A. Conway, M.D.
Linda Ewing
J. Timothy Gargaro
Jamie C. Hsu
Kirk J. Lewis
Jack Martin,
Chairperson
Richard M. Popp*
Catherine A. Roberts
Robin Scales-Wooten*
Nancy Schlichting
Rebecca R. Smith
Susie M. Wells*
Karen A. Wezner, R.N.*
*Subscriber-Elected Directors
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2850 W. Grand Blvd.
Detroit, MI 48202
Great Ways
to Welcome
Spring
Spring is just around the corner, so
it’s time to come out of hibernation.
Here are some ideas to get you
started:
1. Culture & Arts
– Tour
Detroit’s own Pewabic
Pottery, including the
landmark building,
fabrication studio and gallery
of more than 70 North American artists.
www.pewabic.com
Warm your heart with a visit to the newly expanded Detroit Institute of
Arts.
www.dia.org
2. Dining
– Indulge your taste buds with ethnic fare like Middle Eastern or
Thai, check out a cafe in Royal Oak, or enjoy a strolling lunch in Eastern
Market.
3. Family
– Don’t miss your opportunity to take the grandkids ice skating at
Campus Martius in downtown Detroit – the rink is open until March 6.
www.campusmartiuspark.org
4. Growth
– Learn something new with a community education class; check
out your local community college or parks and recreation department.
From glass blowing to painting, knitting or cooking, you’ll fnd classes
that interest you throughout metro Detroit.
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