Get physical. Take a dance, yoga or exercise class.
Attend a book reading at an area book store.
Play a game. Stick to the standards like chess, backgammon, pool, or charades or try out a new video or online game.
Visit a local art gallery, museum or landmark. Make sure to take advantage of senior discounts or free admission dates.
Stop by a multi-stall shopping site, like a flea market or farmers market.
Do something outdoors. Have a picnic lunch, bird watch or fly a kite.
Hold a movie night for family or friends, with popcorn and perhaps a “theme.”
Enroll in a local adult education class or workshop.
Whether you’re trying to think of something fun to do with a friend, spouse, date, a large or small group, or even by yourself, there are lots of ways to have a good time — even if you’re limited physically or financially.
Make time for a favorite pastime or try something new and different. You might be surprised at the fun ideas you come up with if you open up your mind and get creative.
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