Former mayor of Mississauga to headline The Aging Dialogues
Kitchener, ON – THEMUSEUM is excited to announce that on Thursday, April 21 at 6:30pm it will host An Evening with Hazel McCallion, former mayor of Mississauga and Revera’s first Chief Elder Officer. This event, which is part of The Aging Dialogues exhibition, is being presented in partnership with Victoria Place by Revera.
The title of McCallion’s talk is “Live Life to the Fullest.” It will include reflections on her personal and professional life experiences, her thoughts on aging (in what is sometimes an ageist world), and the importance of ensuring living a full, meaningful life.
“We are pleased to have such a stellar speaker headline The Aging Dialogues,” said David Marskell, CEO of THEMUSEUM. “Hazel McCallion, with her wealth of knowledge and experience, will be sure to provide awe-inspiring insights to all who attend.”
“We are thrilled at Victoria Place by Revera to present Hazel McCallion at THEMUSEUM,” said Kerry Chartrand, Executive Director of Victoria Place – Revera. “It’s easy to find yourself in awe of the spirit and energy she brings with her wherever she goes. This is definitely a dialogue to attend.”
McCallion served as mayor of Mississauga from 1978 to 2014 – 12 consecutive terms – and currently advises Revera to help drive their organizational success; she also acts as a special advisor for the University of Toronto’s Mississauga campus.
More information and tickets are available online at www.THEMUSEUM.ca. General admission tickets are $10 .00 (taxes included), and discounted tickets for seniors are $7.00. THEMUSEUM Members are welcome to attend the event for free.