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HATF's Community Engagement Group is checking out the MV Film Festival this weekend. Will you join us?
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"Age is only a number." 
You all know the importance and joys of remaining fully engaged in life. There are also medical benefits: A Harvard professor recently found that social activities “lower the risk of all causes of death as much as exercise does.”

The HATF Community Engagement Group is excited to share fun and educational island happenings for seniors to keep you all active. Do you have an event we should know about?
Contact us at info@hatfmv.com.
What's going on this weekend? 

Check out these films at The Martha's Vineyard Film Festival's annual film event March 19-22nd at the Chilmark Community Center.

SEYMOUR: AN INTRODUCTION
DIR. ETHAN HAWKE | DOCUMENTARY | U.S.A. | 2014 | 84 MIN

FRIDAY, March 20, 7:00 p.m.  Chilmark Community Center
SATURDAY, March 21, 11:00 a.m.  Chilmark School

In an entertainment culture in which superstardom is revered and the cultivation of self expression is often overlooked, artists find themselves asking, “why make art?” Seymour Bernstein is one artist who shows you why, with elegant clarity and profound self-awareness. At the age of 50, the world-renowned concert pianist traded his rising career for a quiet, modest life focused on his truer passions of composing and teaching. Director Ethan Hawke explores the life, lessons, and wisdom of the now 87-year-old
musician, while sifting through his own struggles of perfecting his craft, and its conflicts with fame and fortune.

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HIP HOP-ERATION
DIR. BRYN EVANS | DOCUMENTARY | NEW ZEALAND | 2014 | 93 MIN.

SATURDAY, March 21, 11:30 a.m.  Chilmark School
 Age is just a number, and the Hip Operation Crew, from a tranquil island off the coast of New Zealand, is proof of that. The members of this hip-hop dance crew range from 67 to 95 years old, making them the world’s oldest dance group—canes, wheelchairs, hip replacements, and all. The Crew go on the journey of a lifetime as they try to earn their place onstage at the World Hip Hop Dance Championships in Las Vegas, but will they make it there? And if they do, will they be able to hold their own against competition three times younger.

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