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So we are having to occupy our time with things we can do at home. This page provided a whack of opportunities to engage in interesting and educational things that do not require close interaction with others. Check 'em out.

If you have something to add, then send an email to Gaylen at

Arts & Culture

  •  Interested in museums, here’s another website to help you graze them online. Click HERE.
  • Hot Docs at home – Gordon Lightfoot. Click HERE  
  • More museums collected by Third Age Network. Click HERE
  • To watch the Nutcracker by the National Ballet of Canada, click HERE

Health and Wellness


1. Cogniciti: Brain Health Assessment Research tool from Baycrest (25 minute check) Click HERE.  
2. The Toronto Memory Program: offers a test for memory loss. "Early diagnosis is the Key" Click HERE.  
3. Sprint Senior Care In Toronto since 1983, caring for seniors and enabling seniors to care for themselves. Click HERE

Physical Fitness 
1. Sit and Be Fit (PBS TV Program) also on Youtube Click HERE.
2. Be Mobile PhysioTherapy. Exercise and rehab for the 55+ (from Australia)(CDN $190 gives the 8 weeks and then ongoing access for 12 months). Click HERE.


  • Enjoy Jazz? Why not binge-listen to Alex Pangman's JAZZCAST radio show?! There are more than 20 episodes available HERE
  • Want to sing online? Check this out by clicking HERE.
  • See Other Things To Explore on the Third Age Learning document for symphonies and opera. Click HERE.

Recipes from the  Cooking Group


  • TED Talks These are influential videos from expert speakers on education, business, science, tech and creativity, with subtitles in 100+ languages. Ideas free to stream and download.
  • For free courses from Ivy League Schools, Click HERE.
  •  If you want to take a course on a fascinating topic, click HERE to check out the Great Courses  website. They are offering free courses for a month. 

Interesting Photos

  • These photos each capture an amazing story and memories of moments in history. To see them, click HERE
  • Enjoy these clever road signs by clicking HERE and HERE


  • The Globe published an article about how to travel without leaving home. You can view Stonehenge or walk the Great Wall. To gaze the article, click HERE.
  • Rick Steves' website gives you lots of opportunities to travel through Europe from your chair. Click HERE.
  • For the 12 best virtual travel experiences, click HERE.


  • Go to YouTube which has a gazzilion videos covering all sorts of topics. Just search for quilting, Tiger Woods, landslides, Spitfires, or any other topic that pleases you, and you will find lots to choose from.
  • For tips on how to celebrate the holidays during the pandemic, click HERE.
  • Read Glenn Frazer's "We Remember" letter by clicking HERE.
  • If you have the Audible App on your smart device, they are offering a number of audible books for free. Check it out HERE.

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