POMONA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Committed to the health and vitality of older adults, Inter Valley Health Plan (www.IVHP.com), a Pomona-based not-for-profit, federally qualified, Medicare Advantage health plan, is hosting its 2nd Annual Women’s Changing, Aging Roles event Saturday, May 3 from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. at the dA Center for the Arts. In an effort to encourage women to enjoy life as they age, local residents are invited to explore and express their creativity through art, dance and music.
“After such a great turnout last year, we are thrilled to bring this complimentary community affair back to give more local women the opportunity to experience this one-of-a-kind event,” said Cyndie O’Brien, vice president, sales, marketing and member service for Inter Valley Health Plan. “As we age and perhaps take on new roles, we may put off hobbies, hopes or dreams we once had. With this event, we hope to bring women together to re-identify themselves and to inspire, collaborate and learn to enjoy life in the next chapter of their lives.”
Attendees can enjoy insightful discussions from a unique collaboration of inspiring women, each with a unique story to share about this chapter in their lives. Keynote speakers will be Cynde Miller, MFA, Fine Arts professor at Chaffey College in Rancho Cucamonga and her mother Darla Ferris, PhD, Edu, a well-known author. Both mother and daughter speakers are artists who will have their art displayed for viewing.
Additional speakers include wellness coach Lori Ebert and motivational presenter and city council member of Chino Hills, Cynthia Moran. Women attending the event can also learn folk dancing from local dance instructor Yael Steinfeld and visit various Express Yourself Creative Stations. Each station, aimed at helping attendees pursue their creative side provides something for everyone. Stations include: Mosaic, Music, Zhen Doodling, Silhouettes, Knitting, Mailing Art, Yoga, Jewelry, Journaling, and Social Media.
The 2nd Annual Women’s Changing, Aging Roles; Explore Women’s Journeys through Art, Dance and Music will be Saturday, May 3 from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. at the dA Center for the Arts, located at 252D Main St., Pomona. This complimentary event will include refreshments, swag bags and door prizes. RSVPs are required. To RSVP, call 800-251-8191x625.
This event is also sponsored by Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center and the co-sponsors are Chaffey College, Hillcrest, Community Senior Services and University of La Verne.
With 35 years’ experience serving seniors in Southern California, Inter Valley’s goal is to provide highly personalized programs that meet the distinct needs of the communities they serve ranging from Los Angeles to Orange County to Palm Springs, Riverside, Hemet, Victorville, and Temecula.
For more information regarding Inter Valley’s Medicare Advantage Plans, visit www.IVHP.com and for more information on other events hosted by Inter Valley Health Plan, visit: www.forhealthandliving.com
About Inter Valley Health Plan
Inter Valley Health Plan is a not-for-profit, federally qualified, HMO contracted with Medicare and dedicated to providing the best value in senior health care coverage. Headquartered in Pomona, Calif., Inter Valley Health Plan strives to improve the quality of life for seniors throughout its service area and is one of the oldest managed care plans in Southern California with over 30 years in business. Entrusted by 20,200 individuals stretching from Los Angeles to Orange County to Palm Springs, Riverside, Hemet, Victorville, Temecula, and virtually every city and town in between, Inter Valley Health Plan is dedicated to keeping its members healthy and strong, while maintaining non-profit and real service values. For more information, please visit www.IVHP.com or call Cyndie O’Brien, VP Marketing & Communications, (909) 623-6333. Also, please become a fan of us on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/InterValley.