Old School Intergenerational Projects Turns Bus Into Community Space for All Ages

A new initiative is hitting the road and delivering activities to a broad audience across the province.

For the past two years, Old School Intergenerational Projects has been turning a school bus into a friendly place where people of all ages can go to do art, play games, and learn new things.

Cofounders of Old School International Projects Claire Rouleau and Erin Winsor

And now, the bus is on the move. It’s touring around and bringing the activities to the people.

Artistic Director Claire Rouleau says folks have been making themselves at home on the bus, attracting all ages to the fun and interactive mobile art studio and programming space.

The bus is visiting eight towns over the next two months, with the charitable organization creating arts programs and performances to connection generations, maintain wellness, support dementia care, fight ageism, and offer inclusive opportunities to all.

The official bus launch takes place on Sunday November 12 at Bishops Garden in St. John’s.

More information can be found on the Old School Intergenerational Projects website.

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