ANNOUNCEMENTS (March 6, 2021)

These are some of the highlights scheduled for the next few weeks. An extensive list of the current daily events may be found at the Fairfax County Virtual Center for Active Adults.

  • Monday, March 8, 5-6 p.m. – Virtual World Travelers: Monticello, part of the VCAA SPACE events. Join each week to discover places where you have never been or reminisce and share stories of places you visited long ago. There will be virtual tours of places like Monticello, the Statue of Liberty, and Ellis Island.

  • Friday, March 19The March book club choice is Remarkable Creatures by Tracy Chevalier. The club meets on the third Friday of each month.

  • The VCAA hosts a healthy eating cooking demonstration twice a month on Mondays at 10:30 a.m.
  • COMING UP! Two new Zumba Gold classes ae scheduled to begin on Tuesday, March 16 with Millette, and Thursday, March 18 with Celia. Save time on your calendar for these activities. More information will be available on this website next weekend, and on the VCAA Upcoming Events.

Information about ServiceSource, sponsor of this website:
ServiceSource is currently holding a technology fundraiser. They help to access the technology needed to take part in virtual activities. The ServiceSource Foundation launched a Technology Grant Program, which will help to provide technology to older adults and people with disabilities who need it the most.

VCAA information

Inclement Weather Notice: In the event of inclement weather, the Virtual Center for Active Adults will be offering a modified schedule of programming. Check the VCAA website for details.

In order to avoid unnecessary disruptions, VCAA classes will close 10 minutes after their start time, and new participants will not be admitted. Please log into the class shortly before the starting time.

Additional resources and information about and available through Fairfax County:

Neighbor to Neighbor Program

In response to the increasing needs of COVID-19, Fairfax County Health Department's Neighbor to Neighbor Program has launched a grocery shopping and pharmacy pick-up service for county residents age 60+ who need this service. To request shopping and pharmacy pick-up, contact the Fairfax County Aging, Disability & Caregiver Resource Line, 703-324-7948.

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