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Take the Stress Out of Downsizing Your Senior Living

Moving out of a well-loved home can be a difficult time for anyone—you’ve probably experienced your own bitter sweet moments when you moved out of your very first home to start a family—but it can be especially trying for seniors who are downsizing into a senior living community.

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Keep Memories, Not Clutter: The Right Way to Downsize Senior Living

It’s human nature to want to hold on to good memories; but when the accoutrements of those memories begin to encroach on living space, it can become a problem. Figuring out what to do with all the stuff that comes with a life well-lived is a reality that many a senior living in Cincinnati has had to face.

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Cincinnati Seniors Enjoy the Life Aquatic at the Newport Aquarium

When a senior thinks about things to do with the grandkids in a Midwestern town like Cincinnati, taking an afternoon to see ocean creatures isn’t likely to make the list. But just across the Ohio River from the Queen City, in historic Newport, Kentucky, an undersea adventure is what awaits. The Newport Aquarium, in the riverside Newport-on-the-Levee entertainment complex, is a 100,000-square foot vision straight out of Jules Verne.

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July Events Continue Fun Summer Senior Lifestyle

Our residents know how to get the most out of senior life—evening when the weather heats up. In addition to our regular trips to the Opera—and isn’t this season already turning out some great performances? — we’ve got plenty of action packed into July.

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Senior Life in Cincinnati Isn’t About Planting Yourself at Home

Sometimes, one needs to get out and see something beautiful to remind him or her that there is more to life than waking, eating and sleeping. Two such sights are the Krohn Conservatory, in Cincinnati’s Eden Park, and its annual Butterfly Show.

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Cincinnati Seniors Take a Chance on Casino Amenities

Betting, wining and dining in a glitzy casino used to be activities reserved exclusively for trips to Las Vegas or international cruises. But the last two decades have brought a proliferation of legalized gaming in places you might not expect—the traditionally conservative Greater Cincinnati area is among them.

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A Guide to Senior Lifestyle in Tristate Greenspaces

There are few things more enjoyable on a warm summer day than walking or picnicking in one of Cincinnati's gorgeous parks.

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Cincinnati Suits Seniors to a Tee: A Guide to Cincinnati Golf Courses

If there’s one game more often associated with retirement than any other, it would be golf. And seniors looking for activities in Cincinnati will find plenty of it. The Tristate features a variety of courses— from easy nine-walks to challenging championship courses— that will satisfy scratch golfers and weekend duffers alike.

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The Cincinnati Senior's Summer Guide to Outdoor Dining

In late May and early June, the fireflies begin to come out, the days aren’t yet oppressively humid and the evening temperatures are comfortably cool. It’s about the time that many Cincinnati retirees beginning thinking about dining en plein air once again—backyard weenie roasts with the grandchildren or evenings downtown.

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Marjorie P. Lee Events Calendar for June 2014

Wednesday, June 4

7:00 PM: Special Musical Guest

Please help welcome The Whitings this evening as they perform in the Event Center.  Tammy and Jamey Whiting have performed their classic and original jazz show at festivals, theaters, retirement communities, and other venues in 16 states. They play a unique combination of traditional, high energy swing with scatting and singing in harmony and soulful blues-influenced jazz ballads.

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