Category Archives: Social Functions

Like Fine Wine, Just Getting Better With Time!

Afterglow is a high-spirited group of talented musicians from Uxbridge. They’re sharing their upbeat music with Canadians through the release of their CD in April 2013 and the bookings are increasing daily!

Reid Wilson, Margaret Wilson and Marilyn Massie, first met through Sweet Adelines in 1998 in Uxbridge. It was to be the start of something wonderful. In 2012 john Frechette joined the trio and upped the energy factor of the group.

Afterglow is a talented group of Singers from Uxbridge

Those of us that attended the launch of the newest CARP Chapter in Whitby, Oshawa and Clarington were treated to the beautiful voices of Afterglow.  They injected a lively atmosphere to the event and as I look at the calendar of future performances from their website, it’s easy to see you’ll need to book them now if you have a celebration and want to be assured they are available.

Whether its folk, country, pop or Rock there’s something for everyone to enjoy. I am including a link to the website so you can order a CD right now.


CARP-Whitby Oshawa Clarington Launch!

What is CARP?

CARP is a national, non-partisan, non-profit organization committed to a ‘New Vision of Aging for Canada’ promoting social change that will bring financial security, equitable access to health care and freedom from discrimination. Our mandate is to promote and protect the interests, rights and quality of life for Canadians as we age.

Register to attend the Launch today.

New CARP Chapter

For anyone in Oshawa, Whitby or Clarington who is interested in becoming a member of CARP locally, here’s your chance. Carp is going to launch the new Oshawa, Whitby, Clarington Chapter very soon.

Look for announcement about the newest Chapter of CARP, coming to Oshawa, Whitby and Clarington in the Spring of 2013. Get discounts for joining on-line.

If you have a question or comment please use the form below.

There’s A New Revolution In Canada!

The Boomer Revolution, Who Knew?

Those of us who embraced Rock N’ Roll in the 50’s, were anti-establishment in the 60’s, lived as flower children or as our parents called us “Hippies” in the 70’s, refused to conform in the 80’s are now leading a New Revolution!

Enjoy this full-length documentary about Boomer Life! If you’re over 50 you’ll be inspired by the Boomer Revolution, as CBC production hosted by Ann-Marie MacDonald.  Click image to play.


So if you see us in the streets, forget thinking we’re a bunch of old people, we’re starting a Boomer Revolution and you can join us!  We are embracing aging and we have lots to share with the rest of the world!