Here is a list of activities to do at home in older age including virtual events.
If you have an event or activity you want to tell us about, use our Event News form to get in touch.
Healthy Minds workshops
These online workshops from Calderdale’s Staying Well Hub will help improve mental health and promote feelings of wellness. You can try a variety of fun exercises including crafting for free. Participants had the opportunity to tap into their creativity and many reported that the process of making and connecting with others have been helpful with their wellbeing. No experience is necessary, just the willingness to have a go! Join us in a friendly, supportive environment.
For more info and to book contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Brighouse Arts Festival. The postponed festival will now take place from Friday 2 to Sunday 11 October. Find out more here.
Calderdale Library Service have added an additional eAudio book service called uLIBRARY. You can access this service by: Downloading the uLIBRARY app from Google Play Store or Apple App Store or visiting Calderdale uLIBRARY in a web browser!
Calderdale Museums have launched a new online exhibition page, where you can view a gallery of art, including the Shibden Hall collection of 15 oil paintings.
Singing for the Brain sessions from The Alzheimer’s Society run weekly from 1 June 2020 on Wednesdays from 4pm to 5pm. The sessions use Zoom but can also be accessed by telephone if individuals do not have access to or are comfortable with the relevant technology/internet. Find out more and see a live singing event
Todmorden Book Festival goes virtual. Tod book Festival will go ahead this year, but in virtual format from 6 to 14 November. Watch their website for updates.
For a list of online activities to help you stay active and keep fit, see our Keeping Active page.
Keep your brain active or set up a Zoom session with our popular pub quizzes.