FARMINGTON — SeniorsPlus, the designated Western Maine Agency on Aging, will present a Senior Resource Fair from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Sept. 30, at Mt. Blue High School. Featuring workshops and information booths, the event is a learning opportunity for adults.
Three workshops will be offered covering a variety of topics: falls safety, advance directives and scams. The scams program will be led by a representative from the Maine Attorney General’s office. Several students from the University of Maine at Farmington will present a session on creating a legacy by documenting personal stories for the benefit and enlightenment of future generations.
The fair will showcase area agencies and programs that provide support and services for older adults in the Farmington area. Guests will have the opportunity to learn about the different organizations, what they offer and how they can help older adults in Franklin County to continue to live at home.
SeniorsPlus will have a table with staff members to answer questions about services.
The event is free, and it will include breakfast made by the Mt. Blue High School culinary students.
FMI: www.seniorsplus.org, [email protected], 207-864-2645.