Warren Wolfe

Tue
17
Apr

Roseville agrees to back new circulator bus, but seeks expansion to serve more immigrants

Roseville City Manager Pat Trudgeon will spearhead an effort to expand a new midday bus service on Tuesdays to include apartments that serve immigrants in southeast Roseville, as well as seniors and people with disabilities.

Tue
10
Apr

Roseville forum to cover transportation problems, changes


courtesy of Newtrax • The 10-mile Roseville South Loop bus route launched April 10. It, and other transportation-related topics, will be discussed during an April 14 public forum at the Roseville Library. See the link below for a larger version of this graphic.

A public forum about Roseville transportation issues — including a new weekly bus loop on Tuesdays — will be the topic of a public forum from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 14, at the Roseville Library, 2180 Hamline Ave. N.

Tue
20
Mar

Library program will help families sort out wills, advance directives and other legal documents

Feeling confused, overwhelmed — even guilty — when you see those TV ads offering to sell you a will, power of attorney, trust or other legal documents? Think you’re too young to worry?

Mon
12
Mar

Singer-songwriter library program to showcase how music connects with people who have dementia

Minnesota folk singer and troubadour Charlie McGuire has spent much of his life making music that connects people with their everyday lives, as well as their history.

Tue
30
Jan

New tech can help seniors remain at home


submitted photo • Learn about technologies that can help older people live longer in their own homes — such as this robot that can connect users with a social worker — during a Feb. 8 talk at the Roseville Library.

Talking pill boxes, stove shut-off devices, motion-sensor lighting, a robotic pet cat, even a robot that can give you “face time” with a social worker — all are technologies that can help some older people live longer in their own homes.

Tue
16
Jan

Group exploring free bus loop linking housing sites with businesses in south Roseville.


courtesy of Newtrax • A proposed bus loop serving seniors and others in southern Roseville and Falcon Heights would link senior housing facilities with shopping and community centers. Free rides would be available Tuesdays midday. There are three community forums planned to discuss the proposal. The first is Saturday, Jan. 20, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Roseville Library.

A Roseville group is testing the waters to see if there is demand for a free bus service linking senior housing facilities — and possibly serving people with disabilities or low income — with area shopping spots and community centers. 

Mon
04
Dec

Dec. 14 program offers tips on dealing with losses of dementia

When someone has Alzheimer’s disease, friends and relatives experience a series of losses that can seem almost overwhelming at times, especially around the holidays.

Mon
09
Oct

Pharmacy experts to explain how to better manage medications

Concerned that your medications aren’t doing what your doctor intended? Or that the cost of your drugs is sky high? Or your new meds are making you tired, or sleepy, or jumpy?

Tue
05
Sep

Family conflict over dementia care to be Sept. 14 topic at Roseville Library

Caring for someone with dementia often is difficult and exhausting, but it can become much harder when family members disagree about care issues.

Mon
31
Jul

Expert on dementia, sports concussions to talk Aug. 10 about how to diagnose dementia

For 15 years, Dr. Sonia Mosch has built a neuropsychology practice that includes testing and helping people as they cope with dementia, sports concussions, multiple sclerosis, strokes or performance anxiety.

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