Creative Ways to Tell Your Life Story

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An opportunity to explore where you’ve been, where you are now, and where you’re going

Sharpen your memories, learn more about the meaning of your life, and share your stories with others. This course is particularly helpful to people facing transition and to those interested in beginning or continuing to work on an autobiography, memoir or other life review project. Participants will review their lives through a semi-structured topical and group approach, which is based on a proven method created by recognized gerontologist, James Birren, Ph.D. In each session we will engage in personal development activities as well as complete and share a two-page narratives on one of a progressive series of themes. A week-by-week schedule is available at the class or online at

When: Tuesdays, August 22 - October 17,[masked]:30 to 4:20 PM - Join us anytime

Where: San Francisco Public Library, 5th Floor Learning Studio 100 Larkin Street (at Market)

Easily accessible by MUNI and BART

Cost: FREE - Join us anytime! To Enroll: Simply attend the class, and fill out a registration form on site. If you would like additional information please contact Hope Levy at[masked] or [masked]; or the Older Adults Department at[masked]. The Instructor: Hope Levy has over 20 years teaching experience the training and education She holds an MA in Gerontology and an MA in Special Education from SF State University. Through her work, Hope promotes positive aging through her passion for lifelong learning.