• OLLI - Let's Connect!

OLLI Online: Let’s Connect!

Sheltering-in-place is crucial if we are to stop COVID-19. But our reactions to these unique circumstances can be wildly different and ever changing. Let’s Connect! … safely. And what better place to do that, than through OLLI?

Let’s Connect! is a place to see some friendly faces, share experiences and maybe learn a thing or two. Hopefully, there will also be some much needed laughter! By pulling together, we can try to make the best of a bad situation!

Tracey Barnes-Priestley will facilitate the conversation and will have a new topic of discussion for each week.

OLLI Online: Let’s Connect!
FREE weekly chat via Zoom
Each Friday from 10-11 a.m.

May 22: Oh, the Places We've Been!  
Being stuck at home is taking its toll on us in many different ways. It’s so prevalent, in fact, this state of exhaustion has been given a name: “Quarantine Fatigue.” I bet you know exactly what I’m talking about!

In this week’s Let’s Connect! session, we’re going to be proactive and give ourselves a little escape from our shelter-in-place predicament. What better way to shift away from our current surroundings than to recall wonderful trips. (Bring 1-3 photos.) Whether it was a simple car trip to share a holiday with family or a wild expedition to the other side the globe, some arm-chair travel might do us some good!

To join the conversation, fill out the online RSVP form:


 Email or call 826-5880 with questions.

What is Zoom? How do I set it up?

If you need help getting set up on Zoom, or would like to participate in a Zoom Tutorial in advance of this presentation, please call us at 826-5880 or email.


Tracey Barnes-Priestley

Tracey Barnes Priestley

Tracey Barnes Priestley, M.A., is a life coach with a master’s degree in community counseling psychology and more than 40 years of experience as a counselor, educator and consultant. After closing her private practice last fall, she continues to write about aging issues in her column and blog, "The Second Half." She is appreciating a richly satisfying "third act" that includes everything from producing/hosting a PBS television show to polishing her second novel … and two precious grandkids!