There is never a reason for boomers and seniors to sit home with only time on their hands and no place to go.
Max Izenberg, a senior herself, was tired of trying to find out about local social resources and decided to start a newsletter devoted entirely to her age group so that boomers and seniors would know at a glance just what was going on in their backyards!
“Suddenly65” is an exciting online, award-winning and always FREE newsletter for those over the age of 60 who want to know all about things to do, places to go, and perhaps people to meet from the Burbank area all the way up to the Thousand Oaks community.
The newsletter is an entertaining and informative resource for cultural activities, entertainment, educational and exercise venues, health information and tips, any scams that target seniors, even fun places to take the grandkids — and a wide variety of other information for the greater San Fernando Valley. There are also undiscovered products and services for that vital savvy senior market.
The newsletter has received such raves from the community that it was voted “Favorite Boomer/Senior Newsletter” last year in the Daily News Reader’s Choice Awards.
Now in its third year, Izenberg has received such comments as:
“I cannot believe all this info from just ONE newsletter!!! So many things to do. I have already passed stuff on to my mom!”
“Just scrolled through today’s Newsletter and was compelled to let you know what a marvelous job I think you are doing for the community. You put together such an interesting and oh-so-well-written publication.”
“WOW – I went to play Bingo one night, went to a lecture the next day, and found great dancing to a live orchestra on the weekend. Where do you find all this interesting information?”
The always FREE newsletter is delivered every Thursday morning right into your inbox.
Go to their website today suddenly65.com and add your email to their mailing list on the right hand side of the page. Now you will always be aware of everything that’s going on in the greater San Fernando Valley.