Read the January-February 2022 issue of The Best Times.
As the new year dawns, you may be thinking it is time to lose a few pounds.
Last year, Johnson County’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance volunteers completed more than 1,400 federal and state tax returns. Most of the returns were completed by mail-in and drop-off due to COVID-19.
Are you wanting to make a healthy start this new year? For many adults, the biggest struggle to eating healthy is managing their cravings for sweets and treats. These five tips can help:
Johnson County Park and Recreation District’s 50 Plus Department is offering two free virtual programs in early 2022, including:
Johnson County Park and Recreation District’s 50 Plus Department is partnering with the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Kansas for new activities.
We have been making areas of Central Resource Library, 9875 W. 87th St., Overland Park, even better over the last year, and now the wait is almost over!
A new year is the perfect opportunity to commit to, or renew a commitment to, your mental well-being and that includes being attentive to your brain health.
A Hot Chocolate Social is scheduled from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 9, at the Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse, 9101 Nall Ave., Prairie Village.