Warbles, howls and giggles abounded at the Pace Adult Day Care in Gloucester recently.
The senior citizens and their dog Rebecca joined the children of Pathways in a “sing and sign-along” led by Wendy Manninen and Victoria Marsh.
The gleeful ensemble raised robust voices and dancing hands in a performance of favorite “golden oldies.”
Manninen said she was very pleased by the spunk with which everyone participated.
“You could see joy — and neurons — sparking in youth and elders alike,” said Marsh.
Manninen and Marsh’s cross-generational singing and signing program was sponsored through grants from the Gloucester and Massachusetts cultural arts councils.