Thrive At Home Check out these fun and helpful websites.

What does it mean to Thrive at Home? To thrive is to move your body, learn new things, express yourself, and connect with other people… even if you have to stick close to home.  

This site is here to help you find some special places online that will engage and entertain you. Enjoy! 

Active Aging: Go, Grow and Get Active
It is not too late to see the Go, Grow and Get Active video special. Check out Laughter Yoga, Zumba, and Tai Chi.

You can watch the program on repeat at County Cable Montgomery: You can also share the YouTube link on your platforms by visiting YouTube directly and clicking the “Share” button at the bottom of the video:

  Featured Programs

Montgomery County's Engage@HOME

Engage@HOME is a new YouTube Channel from Montgomery County’s Caregiver Support program. We spotlight trusted virtual opportunities to help viewers stay engaged with our community. Episodes feature interesting and fun videos.

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Montgomery County's Rec Room

This virtual recreation hub provides DIY arts & crafts, fitness videos, virtual classes and tours, and fun ideas for any age. Click on the "Free Activities" tab where you can find many fun things to do! For help navigating the site, call the Seniors Team at 240-777-4925.

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Montgomery County Public Libraries
Montgomery County's Public Library

MCPL offers programs and services including: book clubs, arts and craft instruction, computer help, tax preparation, music performances, music lessons & performances, and health & wellness programs. For help navigating the site, call “Ask a Librarian” at 240-777-0001.

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Virtual Classes
Lifelong Learning in Montgomery County

Five lifelong learning centers offer classes, typically as single sessions - now available virtually. Subjects include: computer training, fitness, topical events, languages, history, music, health, guidance on aging well and caregiver support.

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