tc2016This fall, TRIPPS is offering seniors in Brookline and Newton an exciting challenge: pick a destination, and travel there in a way that is new to you!

The only rule is that you must make your trip without driving yourself. You can take the T, ride a bus, call The RIDE, catch a lift with a friend, walk, bike, hail a taxi, use a ride-hailing app, hire a driver… If you need ideas or any help planning your trip, send us an email or give your friendly neighborhood TRIPPS Transit Advisor a call at 617-730-2644. We are waiting to hear from you and are eager to help you take the Challenge. ...continue reading "Take the “TRIPPS Challenge” this fall!"

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Group of Seniors at a TablePlease join TRIPPS on Wednesday, October 19th, 2016 at the West Suburban YMCA for the "Making Connections: Ways to Engage as We Age in Newton" gathering.

Transportation is available to and from this event. Call the Senior Center for more information at (617) 796-1660. ...continue reading "Making Connections: Ways to Engage as We Age in Newton"

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afc-newtonThis year’s "Living and Aging in Newton" series will kick off with a special event at which Mike Festa, Director of AARP Massachusetts, will present our city with a certificate that designates us as a member of the AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities, an affiliate of the World Health Organization Age-Friendly Cities and Communities Program. ...continue reading "Living and Aging in Newton Series, Fall 2016"

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