I went to the symphony, okay? I'm on a little bit of a roll with the cultural expeditions.
But seriously, I think I'm onto something here. When most of the women around you are using walkers you really start to feel like a lithe, spry young thing. And hey, when you've been twenty eight for several years like me, that feels good.
Other places to feel like a spring chicken:
The ladies locker room just prior to an "aqua aerobics" class at the public pool. This may also be where you begin to see the wisdom in not getting a tattoo.
Any Denny's or Coco's restaurant, any time, but especially at 4pm. Prime rib, coffee, and a $1 tip anyone?
A medical devices supply store ("Hey, sweet oxygen-tank-on-wheels set-up you got there!")
A stage performance of Shakespeare (not only will you feel young, you'll be the only one awake!)
In line for a flu shot. If you don't have stool softeners, Centrum Silver and laxatives in your cart, you will practically feel like a baby.
So there you go.
If you think you might want to get a little more artsy but you're not in the "major donor plaque on the wall" income bracket, do what I do. Register your email account with your local symphony, opera, theatre, etc., and when they have empty seats at a performance they will send super-discounted offers to you. They're usually at least half-price with a day or two notice. I took my whole family to see Spamalot with $7 tickets!
Do you do any artsy things in your city? Is the crowd as geriatric as it is here, or is it a better mix?