UMaine Health Connection Chats continue in June–July

UMaine Health Connection Chats continue this month and will explore various topics such as home gardening, summertime pests and staying healthy during the coronavirus pandemic.

The University of Maine Center on Aging and its community sponsors host the free online chats from 11 a.m.–noon every Wednesday via Zoom. They provide practical information and tips for staying healthy for Maine citizens ages 60 and older and other high-risk residents during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Upcoming chats include “How to Start and Maintain a Successful Home Garden” on June 17, hosted by Katherine Garland, horticulture professional with University of Maine Cooperative Extension; and “Don’t Let the Bugs ‘Bug’ You” on June 24, hosted by James Dill, pest management specialist with UMaine Extension. 

Sessions are recorded and are available online. More information is available on the Center on Aging website. Call-in information and a Zoom link are available by contacting Kelley Morris,; 207.262.7925.