New Report Reveals Best Spring Pastimes to Help Seniors Stay Active

February 09 15:22 2018
Cascade Group, an organization that runs several senior living communities in the region, recommends all seniors stay active. This spring, Cascade has many suggestions for how seniors can stay active and just have fun.

One of the unique springtime activities Cascade helps facilitate is Whodunit parties, where guests have to solve a fake murder mystery. Seniors can dress up and really get into character while trying to solve the mystery. The parties are a great way to socialize as well as to stay active. And they aren’t pure suspense. A murder mystery can be a surprisingly silly and hilarious entertainment as well.

Art classes and acrobatics performances are also engaging ways to stay active. Whether seniors are learning something new or just enjoying the show, arts and performances are excellent activities. In springtime, it is possible to enjoy these activities outside, weather permitting, which can make painting or enjoying a performance especially fun.

Geocaching is a unique sort of activity that is gaining popularity. It is particularly enjoyable in springtime when the weather is nice. Geocaching involves using GPS coordinates to find hidden objects. These objects might be hidden inside, but often they are tucked away in a park or other public outdoor space. Geocaching takes a walk or hike and turns it into a treasure hunt.

Winery tours tend to ramp up in springtime when the weather is nice enough to tour the grounds of a winery. Sipping and strolling allows seniors to enjoy a pleasant day outdoors and try some new tastes.

There are many physically active options for seniors who want to be active in the springtime. Yoga classes may take place outdoors during springtime. Even a book club can move outdoors during warm, dry spring weather. Seniors might also want to try an outdoor concert. Many of these take place in local parks and outdoor venues. Seniors should be sure to bring their own seating if they don’t want to sit on the grass, however.

Other fun springtime activities for seniors include: Outdoor theater performances, Nordic walking, language learning classes, hula dance classes, tai chi, line dancing, author readings, spiritual reflection groups and much more.

Cascade operates facilities for seniors in Bellevue, Corvalis and Whatcom. For more information, contact Cascade Group.

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