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AgeWise TV: Episode 114
AgeWise TV: Episode 114
9/24/202054:12

This week's episode of content curated for older adults has a theme of food and drink with short films on the Hormel Girls band, Ivar's Seafood, and sushi chef Shiro Kashiba. Learn how to make biscuits, and more! This video features open captions.

In this episode:

BIMA Art In Action - Daily Rituals: Emma Cantrell from Bainbridge Island Museum of Art talks daily food and drink rituals of artists.

Music with the Hormel Girls: This segment from a film titled "Lady Be Good: Instrumental Women in Jazz" by Kay D. Ray tells the story of the Hormel Girls. Mr. Jay Hormel created the Hormel Orchestra, a place for women to play music in the 1940s and 1950s, and also gave them jobs selling Hormel products.

Keep Clam: Visit Pier 54 to call on one of the happiest businessmen in the land, Ivar Haglund. This short film was created by Kay D. Ray for the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) for the exhibit "Edible City." 

Shiro-san: This short film explores the story of Shiro Kashiba, the legendary chef who introduced the first sushi bar to Seattle. This short film was created for the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) for the exhibit "Edible City."  

Biscuits at Greenwood Senior Center: Chef Jane Sexton from Greenwood Senior Center demonstrates making buttermilk biscuits at home.

Pike Market Senior Center Gentle Yoga: A gentle yoga class taught by Emily Denton (E-RYT 200) at the Pike Market Senior Center.

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