Three ways to register for Creative Age Festival of Edmonds, planned for April 15-16

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    Dr. Pepper Schwartz
    Dr. Pepper Schwartz

    Planning to attend CAFE, the Creative Age Festival of Edmonds featuring entertainment, workshops and more April 15-16? Festival organizers announce there are now three ways to register, depending on your preference:

    First, you can register online by clicking on the link to the CAFE website.

    Second, you can pick up a separate registration sheet at any of these three locations: the Edmonds Senior Center, Frances Anderson Center and the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce.

    Third, you can print out the registration form here and mail it in. Organizers remind you that if you are mailing a check, it must be received by April 9.

    cascadia logoBe one of the first 75 to sign up for all three CAFE segments — the Friday afternoon talk by Dr. Pepper Schwartz, the Friday night concert with the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra, featuring legendary composer Bill Holman, and Saturday all-day workshops — and you will be invited to an “insiders” wine-and-cheese reception at the Cascadia Art Museum.

    CAFE is a new arts, community engagement, and wellness event at which retirement-age individuals, committed to a vibrant lifestyle, will learn techniques, skills, and activities to enhance their lives. You can learn more about how it began in this prior feature.

    Although $75 buys the full spectrum of CAFE activities, if your weekend has already been partially booked, there are attractive single-ticket options at $35 or $55. The festival will feature three main events:

    Friday, April 15
    4 p.m.
    Edmonds Center for the Arts

    Dr. Pepper Schwartz, TV personality, author and Yale-educated sociologist, will keynote the festival on the topic, “Love and Intimacy in Midlife and Beyond” [single-ticket price $35]

    Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra
    Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra

    Friday, April 15
    7:30 p.m.
    Edmonds Center for the Arts

    Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra along with legendary composer Bill Holman will present compositions written for Stan Kenton, Woody Herman and Count Basie and will include this grand composer’s arrangements, “Flirt,” “Stompin’ at the Savoy” and “Just Friends.” [single-ticket price $35]

    Workshops for the Creative Age.
    Workshops for the Creative Age.

    Saturday, April 16
    7:45 a.m. ~ Registration begins
    8:45 a.m-5:15 p.m. ~ Workshops and discussion
    Frances Anderson Center

    [single-ticket price for a full day of workshop sessions: $35]

    You can learn more about what’s being offered here.

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