Aging Summit Aims To Inspire This Month In Lafayette
The Family Tree in Lafayette is hosting a new event to bring issues of aging to the forefront with the inaugural Aging Summit. Marie Collins from The Family Tree joined Rob Kirkpatrick and Bernadette Lee on Acadiana's Morning News.
The Family Tree will host its inaugural Aging Summit on Sunday, August 25, 2019, from 1p - 4p (doors open at noon).
It will welcome a national speaker Suzanne Blankenship, local panelists, and regional vendors at the UL Student Ballroom. Registration can be completed online and full details can be found below.
Tickets are $25 for General Admission and $50 for Admission+CEU Credits (Counseling or Social Work) Parking available for free in the Olivier Parking Tower and Earl K. Long Parking Lot