Monday November 4, 2013
Louisville Metro TRIAD to Host 13TH Annual Senior Day Out
More than 1,800 seniors, disabled persons will attend
More than 1800 seniors and disabled individuals in our community will gather for fun and fellowship, Tuesday, Nov. 5 at the 2013 Senior Day Out in Louisville. Participants who pre-registered will enjoy a complimentary lunch and all will experience educational exhibits, health screenings, guest speakers, dancing, Bingo and much more.
Louisville Metro TRIAD, the host of this event, along with over 30 sponsors, more than 80 exhibitors and numerous community partners, will present a day of education and entertainment. Attendees can learn about safety information, recreational activities, consumer protection, financial education, and take advantage of health screenings and flu shots. Ken Schulz and Reverend Ron Loughry will be the Masters of Ceremonies with presentations by Police Chief Steve Conrad, Congressman John Yarmuth and other elected officials and special guests. Live music will be provided by the Street Heat Band, and the dance floor will be open for all to enjoy. “Elvis” will be there in his pink Cadillac.
Louisville Metro TRIAD, a grassroots partnership between local law enforcement, representatives of senior groups, service providers and community volunteers, is committed to bringing valuable services and programs to seniors at this event – now in its 13th year. Many other local organizations and businesses have also joined forces to support Senior Day Out 2013 including Louisville Metro Office for Aging & Disabled Citizens, Passport Health Plan, Access Services Group, Inc., Today’s Transitions, WAKY 103.5 Radio, AARP Kentucky, Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, KIPDA, Louisville Metro Police and Metro Parks Department.
“Senior Day Out is one of many ways we support Louisville area seniors, a population that is steadily growing,” said Cindy Venable, Director of the Louisville Metro Office for Aging & Disabled Citizens, part of Louisville Metro Department of Community Services and Revitalization. “Each year, many of this region’s key organizations pool their resources to create the most informative environment possible, which is one reason why this event is so successful.” Senior Day Out takes place on Tuesday, Nov. 5 at the Kentucky International Convention Center at 4th and Market Streets between 8 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.
Seniors and other attendees for this event must have registered in advance to receive the lunch. Others are welcome to participate without the lunch.
For more information on Senior Day Out 2013, contact Cindy Venable at 502.574.5092 with the Office for Aging & Disabled Citizens.