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The years dedicated to career and family responsibilities have begun to wane. Now there’s a whole new life ahead! Isn’t it time to create yours? Everyone has interests or expertise in something that is of value to others — do you want to share, learn, grow, and have a good time with an interesting and fun group of people who are at the same stage of life?

We’ll foster new social and professional connections through all manner of social and recreational activities or learning opportunities. We might drink wine and paint a picture at one event or discuss health and wellness at another. What’s your pleasure? Hike a foothill trail, do a river walk or explore the high desert? Or maybe learn about photography or retirement income strategies. Bring your ideas and interests to the party!

We’ve earned this time — let’s make the most of it!

Upcoming events (5)

Pickleball at Meridian Homecourt

Meridian Homecourt

$3.00

They tell me tennis and ping pong had a baby. I missed the announcement, but I hear the little tyke is fun! This event was originally suggested by our member 'Coop', and it sounds like a great indoor activity for a Sunday afternoon every other week until mid-December. UPDATE! Interest in making this a weekly event has been expressed. Your wish is my command! HOWEVER, there will not be an 'official' organizer in attendance so take it upon yourselves to do so. I'm posting the event but not attending -- my Sundays are booked for the next 6 months. Festivities will be at Meridian Homecourt. There IS a fee to use the facility -- $2 for folks over 55. If you're younger and can't 'fudge it', the fee is $3 for Meridian residents and $4 for non-residents. The facility has plenty of balls and a few racquets, so bring 'em if ya got 'em! I've set the group size at 12, but I don't think we have to stick to that number, nor the time allotted​. I'm organizing, but not attending -- my Sundays are booked for the next 6 months.

Pickleball at Meridian Homecourt

Meridian Homecourt

$3.00

They tell me tennis and ping pong had a baby. I missed the announcement, but I hear the little tyke is fun! This event was originally suggested by our member 'Coop', and it sounds like a great indoor activity for a Sunday afternoon every other week until mid-December. UPDATE! Interest in making this a weekly event has been expressed. Your wish is my command! HOWEVER, there will not be an 'official' organizer in attendance so take it upon yourselves to do so. I'm posting the event but not attending -- my Sundays are booked for the next 6 months. Festivities will be at Meridian Homecourt. There IS a fee to use the facility -- $2 for folks over 55. If you're younger and can't 'fudge it', the fee is $3 for Meridian residents and $4 for non-residents. The facility has plenty of balls and a few racquets, so bring 'em if ya got 'em! I've set the group size at 12, but I don't think we have to stick to that number, nor the time allotted​. I'm organizing, but not attending -- my Sundays are booked for the next 6 months.

Pickleball at Meridian Homecourt

Meridian Homecourt

$3.00

They tell me tennis and ping pong had a baby. I missed the announcement, but I hear the little tyke is fun! This event was originally suggested by our member 'Coop', and it sounds like a great indoor activity for a Sunday afternoon every other week until mid-December. UPDATE! Interest in making this a weekly event has been expressed. Your wish is my command! HOWEVER, there will not be an 'official' organizer in attendance so take it upon yourselves to do so. I'm posting the event but not attending -- my Sundays are booked for the next 6 months. Festivities will be at Meridian Homecourt. There IS a fee to use the facility -- $2 for folks over 55. If you're younger and can't 'fudge it', the fee is $3 for Meridian residents and $4 for non-residents. The facility has plenty of balls and a few racquets, so bring 'em if ya got 'em! I've set the group size at 12, but I don't think we have to stick to that number, nor the time allotted​. I'm organizing, but not attending -- my Sundays are booked for the next 6 months.

Coffee Talk On Estate Planning

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Hey everyone -- I think we all agree that planning is a good thing. In case you haven't pondered the future in terms of your estate, this coffee talk with my friend Jen will be helpful to you. Read on to know more about her: My name is Jen Wulf. I started Wulf Legal LLC, a boutique estate planning firm, with the intention of providing people a place to find answers and a sense of security, knowing that if something were to happen to them, their legacy and loved ones would be protected. It has been such a great experience connecting with clients here in the Treasure Valley, and providing education regarding “basic estate planning” – i.e. the collection of documents that establish what will happen to you, your family, and the things you own if you become unable to make your own decisions (“incapacitated”) or upon your death. During our coffee talk I will spend time explaining what it means to have a Will in place, what a Revocable Living Trust is (and why you may or may not want/need one in addition to a Will), and why, especially as a parent, it is important to have Powers of Attorney in place and guardians nominated for minor children. It is my firm belief that when folks take some simple steps to have these documents in place, they have such a peace of mind and a weight is lifted as they have more certainty about what would happen to their legacy if something were to ever happen to them.

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Pickleball at Meridian Homecourt

Meridian Homecourt

$3.00

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