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What IF …? – The Future of Sports & Fitness – 1st of 4 online community conversations

September 10, 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm EDT

Free

What IF…? Online Community Conversations: The Future of Sports and Fitness – the 1st of 4 sessions.   Imagine a future without sports and fitness activities. What would the world be like—what would we be missing? A lot of us have been facing up to this during the pandemic, whether it’s sporting activities we can no longer do or sporting activities we can no longer watch. In this series we’ll meet online for small-group facilitated conversations to explore what sporting and fitness activities mean to us as a society and as individuals. We’ll think about “sports” broadly, whether recreational activities or hardcore competitions.

This is the 1st of 4 facilitated discussion sessions online via Zoom, each running from 1:00-2:15 pm EDT.  Please register separately for each session. Each session is independent, so if you are unable to attend one, you can still attend the other sessions. You will be sent a Zoom link the morning of each session. Please register 24 hours before each session starts. Registration for all sessions is free and you can register here for the 1st session or by clicking on the website listed in the box below.  On the registration page, please make sure to fill out the particular registration form(s) that correspond to the date(s) that you plan to attend.

This 1st session will focus on Sports and fitness—what do they mean for us?  And ask us to discuss–

  • What would the world be like without sports and fitness activities—and what have we learned about them during the pandemic?
  • What are sports and fitness activities all about, for us as individuals and as a society?
  • Why are sports and fitness activities a matter of public interest?

This program is part of the #WeavingCommunity initiative.

Venue

Online-at home via computer or smart device

Organizers

DC Department of Aging & Community Living
Interactivity Foundation
IONA Senior Services