Science in Society Speaker Series
Presented by the
Okanagan Science Centre and Okanagan College
Is Exercise the Medicine for Successful Ageing?
Okanagan College, Vernon Campus
Thursday, March 9, at 7:30 pm
Tickets $7 in advance / $10 at the door
Regardless of disease and disability, a daily dose of exercise has a remarkable benefit on cognitive and physical abilities and health, at any age. But, according to Dr. Gareth Jones, these benefits may be especially important for our senior populations.
Dr. Jones, professor in the School of Health and Exercise Sciences, Faculty of Health and Social Development, at UBC Okanagan, will reveal the latest research from his lab on Parkinson’s disease, frailty and exercise to enhance and preserve physical function in a public talk at the Okanagan College as part of the Science in Society Speaker Series.
Tickets available online via Event Brite or through the Okanagan Science Centre:
2704 Highway 6 (in Polson Park)
Vernon, BC V1T 5G5
Presented jointly by Okanagan College and the Okanagan Science Centre, the Science in Society Speaker Series is sponsored by the Vernon Lodge and Conference Centre, Starbucks Coffee, Save on Foods, and the Vernon Morning Star.