Regirer Series on Aging Well

The Regirer Series on Aging Well focuses on health and wellness topics, including legal and financial issues, relevant to those “50 and better.” We are grateful for the generous grant from the Walter W. Regirer and Maria Teresa Regirer Foundation, which supports this popular Series. The Regirers were passionate advocates of continuing education, especially within the local senior healthcare community. The Series continues this important legacy.

Member Registration

Osher members should register for all Aging Well classes and free events using the online registration portal. Select the “Series on Aging Well” menu item in the portal to view available opportunities. Osher members may add guests when registering for Aging Well events that are free and open to the public.

Open to the Public

A limited number of Aging Well events (listed below) are free and open to the public. Follow the event link for details and to register if required. If there are no events currently available for registration, the message “Unable to retrieve event data at this time” will appear.

If you’d like to know more about events in the Regirer Series on Aging Well, join our mailing list to receive our semesterly course catalog.

Wellness Opportunities for Osher Members

The Weinstein Center for Recreation & Wellness offers classes perfect for Osher members. Heather Sadowski, Director of Health Promotion, suggests these classes:

  1. Yoga Fundamentals
  2. Water Works (Water aerobics)

No cost to Weinstein Center members or $5 per class for Osher members with UR ID. Check the website for schedule, then arrive bit early and check in and/or pay at the front desk.

One-day use of the Weinstein Center is available to all Osher members with UR ID at the college student rate of $5 per day. Osher members may also join the Weinstein Center as community members. Typically, there is a wait list. Review member services for the application and all other information regarding membership.