by Susan Hashimoto
When I was three years old, with a strong urging by the doctor, my grandmother started taking me to Nihon Buyo dance lessons taught by a young local dance teacher named Okubo Sensei.
by Bev Clemson
The library, on the second floor of the Community Center, was established early in PVE’s history with an initial complement of 36 linear feet of National Geographic magazines.
by Linda Jaffe
It’s possible to dance your way to better health—and there’s no better way to socialize while you exercise!
by PVE Residents
Who says kids get to have all the Halloween fun?
by Floyd Gripman
Fast-forward (quite) a few years, and here at PVE I was invited to join a group of cycling enthusiasts known as the PVE Pedalers.
by Mary Lynch
by Liz Wildberger
All PVE residents are fortunate in being able to choose opportunities from a wish list of volunteer activities that draw on our strengths, talents and interests.
by Jerry Mulenburg
I know that sounds like a silly question—but then why do we spend millions of dollars on research and write dozens of books every year on that very subject?
The first residents to arrive at PVE in 1997 through 2000, affectionately known as the Originals, were honored at an elegant dinner party at Rawlinson Hall this past spring.
by Stephanie Krum
Unlike walking, exerstriding is a total body exercise that provides numerous benefits for people of all ages.