Senior Surf Days

Why use the Internet?

Where should I plant my new Gardenia bushes?

What is Medicare?

Where should I take my grandchildren when they visit next week?

What's going on with my family in California?

Where can I find information about exercise?

The answers to these questions and many, many more are available on the Internet. There are lots of reasons to get on the Internet.   You can find information, check out new entertainment ideas and keep in touch with family and friends.

Senior Surf Days, classes for beginning senior Internet users, can help you learn about the Internet and how to find answers to your questions and email your friends and family.

Download and print the easy to understand Senior Surf Day booklet for quick tips on using the Internet and sending e-mail. (The booklet is designed to be printed landscape style, back-to-back, folded and read book style.)

Senior Surf Days are sponsored by the Minnesota Board on Aging and are held in libraries, schools, and senior and community centers in your area.

Contact the Senior LinkAge Line® at 1-800-333-2433 to learn more about Senior Surf Days in your community.