Action News 5 received this press release from Creative Aging Mid-South:
This Sunday, July 25th from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Creative Aging Midsouth will be hosting its first benefit Variety Show in the Memphis University School Dining Hall. Dr. Joy Brown Wiener, retired concertmaster of the Memphis Symphony Orchestra, will shine as the inaugural event's illustrious emcee. Ranging from vocalists to musicians to comedians to tappers, these creative performers range in age from 72 to 94! This is going to be an afternoon to remember and will make "America Has Talent" look boring!
Creative Aging Mid-South works to improve the quality of life for Mid-South elders by providing access to experiences in the arts. In furtherance of its mission, Creative Aging Mid-South hires local professional artists to present quality arts performances and workshops in nursing homes, retirement communities, senior centers and adult day care facilities.