Thrive Salisbury brings good company and good services for autumn

Heather Cregar / Salisbury Independent
Posted 11/2/23

Although the calendar said “fall,” the weather was warm and welcoming for Thrive Salisbury – Senior Life After 55. The 2023 lifestyle event brought exhibitors, food, live music and …

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Thrive Salisbury brings good company and good services for autumn

Entertainment and information bring people to Thrive Salisbury in fall 2023.
Thomas Maglio

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Although the calendar said “fall,” the weather was warm and welcoming for Thrive Salisbury – Senior Life After 55. The 2023 lifestyle event brought exhibitors, food, live music and plenty of door prizes, presented by the Salisbury Independent on Oct. 27 in partnership with Commonwealth Senior Living at Salisbury.

Active seniors were invited to explore, learn and enjoy the day at this free event. People visited from throughout the region to get a peek at the senior scene in Wicomico County.

Some exhibitors help with tasks, like beauty, library, moving or downsizing the home. Others provide services, like health care or legal advice. Many emphasized the importance of planning early, so decision-making can be less stressful during an emergency—for you and your family.

“We love that our Thrive events offer people the chance to meet with local businesses, community organizations and service providers in a laid-back atmosphere where they feel comfortable asking questions,” said Heather Cregar, Salisbury Independent’s director of marketing and promotions.

Entertainment throughout the day included live music by jazz musician Joe Baione and vocalist Alexis Baione, karaoke and afternoon bingo. Guests enjoyed door prize gift baskets from vendors, plus complimentary morning refreshments, thanks to generous sponsors.

Event sponsors who make this day possible include Chesapeake Health Care, the Law Office of Marianna Batie, Bath Planet of Delmarva/Coastal Bath Co., Holloway Funeral Home and BrightStar Care.

Visit DelmarvaEvents.net to learn about other upcoming events across the Delmarva Peninsula. The “Thrive Salisbury” program book with expert interviews is online at BayToBayNews.com/Wicomico/SpecialSections.

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