Reflections: June 22 – Tuesday’s with Henry

Do we make memories? Or, moments?

Marlane Pentelechuk raised that question, one of endless perspectives, Saturday afternoon before close to 100 people at the official launch of her book, Tuesday’s with Henry.

The children’s book unites four generations in an entraining fashion More significantly, though, it challenges us—in a very non-threatening tone—to look, listen and consider dementia  differently.

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READINGS FROM SATURDAY’S BOOK LAUNCH

TAIT’S TUNES


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