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December, 2020

Wednesday
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Tri-County Older Adult Behavioral Health Initiative invites you to join us on Wednesday, December 2, 8:30am-12pm as we explore the topic of loneliness. Learn to identify when you or those around you are impacted by loneliness. Leave with new tools for decreasing isolation in our communities.
Thursday
3
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We are excited to bring to our Villagers the premier performance (via Zoom) of the River West Players/Readers This is a short one-act play written and performed by River West Villagers John Donnelly, Playwright Joan Glassel, Actor/Reader John Dougherty, Actor/Reader/Technical Producer.

Please register for the zoom link.
Wednesday
9
12:30 PM
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River West Salon: Undoing Ageism This month we will be continuing our conversation with Jennifer Sasser, Ph.D., an educational gerontologist and community activist who serves as part-time faculty in the Portland Community College Gerontology Program.

Please register for the Zoom link.
Wednesday
9
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Join your fellow village members and volunteers to review our past year, look to the future, see a demonstration of a new way to connect with other people having common interests,
and reflect on the positive aspects of 2020.

PROGRAM:
2020 Review:  Challenges & Accomplishments?
Connecting our Community via Common Interests
A demonstration of a new way to connect with other people having common interests?
Looking Ahead to 2021?
Breakout groups:   Reflections on the positive aspects of 2020:  
What was the best part about 2020 for you?   (Not the worst part, the BEST part!)
What is the most important thing you’ve done (for yourself, for others) during the past year?
Did you learn or do anything new in 2020?  Or something you’ve been meaning to do for a long time, but…
How will you approach 2021?   What are you most hopeful about? 
And what do you see for our village in 2021? New ideas, hopes, thoughts …

REGISTER on our web site to get the link for the meeting.
Thursday
10
3:00 PM
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Gov Co meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of the month. All members and volunteers are welcome to attend.
Please RSVP by selecting the "Register Now" button. You will receive an email with Zoom link and password.
PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU MUST BE LOGGED IN TO REGISTER.
Monday
14
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Membership Team meets on the second Monday of the month. This meeting is limited to the members of this team.
Monday
14
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The NEV Book Group One continues to meet every other month to discuss outstanding books of literature and non-fiction. We will gather again via Zoom on Monday, December 14th.
We will be discussing the Dutch novel "The Dinner" by Herman Koch, which has been called, "funny, provocative, and exceedingly dark".

We meet on the second Tuesday of every other month to discuss the chosen title, alternating between fiction and non-fiction. Us the "Register Now" button in order to receive the Zoom link.

At the conclusion of our discussion of "The Dinner", please come prepared to choose a non-fiction title for our meeting in February, 2021.


Book Group One is presently at capacity and cannot admit new members at this time.
Wednesday
16
1:00 PM
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NEV‘s Book Group 2 meets most months to discuss the book we voted at the last meeting (alternately fiction & non-fiction). It’s a new book group, a good time for more members & volunteers & your guests to join us--someday filling our living rooms, but for now held via NEV‘s Zoom teleconferencing account using your computer/tablet/smartphone. Register using "Register Now" button and you’ll get an e-mail with Zoom link and password. Discussion the first 60-75 min. (depending on how many attendees) and then decision on next book and finalize next meeting.

Note we are combining November and December’s meetings into only one more meeting for this year on a different Wednesday. Next one end of January. Book for this discussion: “The Night Watchman” by Louise Erdrich, 2020. Novel based on Erdrich’s grandfather who worked as a night watchman and carried the fight against Native dispossession from rural North Dakota all the way to Wash DC.
Wednesday
16
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The movie group continues its lively discussions, meeting on the third Wednesday of each month via Zoom. We encourage you to join us, share your thoughts about the films we see, and suggest films that should be next on our viewing schedule.
Led By: Dorothy Cox & Stephanie Sameh

December movies: Kwaidan (available for rent on Amazon Prime) and The Life Ahead (Netflix).

Reservation required: RSVP by selecting "Register Now" button. You will receive an email with Zoom link and password. PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU MUST BE LOGGED IN TO REGISTER.

We have set up a GoogleGroup to stay in touch with each other. If you would like to be added to the group, please email Ruth Romer at ruth.romer@gmail.com The GoogleGroup shows our viewing choices for the month, or you may send an email to Dorothy at dorothymariecox@gmail.com
If you have not yet joined the Google Group but would like to attend, please contact the NEV Office at 503-895-2750 or
info@nevillagepdx.org
Thursday
17
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The manager of a pancake stall finds himself confronted with an odd but sympathetic elderly woman looking for work. A taste of her homemade jelly convinces him to hire her, which starts a relationship that is about much more than just street food. A warm fuzzy that looks at isolation, ageism and ignorance. ...... Watch: When you choose, via Kanopy, which is free through the Multnomah or Washington County Libraries. Local libraries have the DVD & the novel: Sweet Bean Paste. ...... Kanopy is free with your Multnomah or Washington County library card. On the Multnomah County Library website, go to the blue toolbar and click on E-Books and More. From the dropdown menu, select E-Books and More. Kanopy is the first listing under Streaming Media. Click on Kanopy and follow instructions. For Washington County, go to the toolbar at the top and choose Digital Library. Then select Kanopy and follow the directions.


Contact River West Village, 971-266-3187 or info@riverwestvillage.org, for the Zoom link.
Friday
18
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Although the group is at capacity at this time, please contact the Village Office if you would be interested in forming or joining a new circle.

This Circle consists of NEV members and volunteers who live in Rose City Park, Roseway, Cully and other NE neighborhoods. We have been meeting regularly for a couple of years. We usually meet once a month at 2 pm on the 2nd to last Friday of the month.


RSVP by selecting "Register Now" button here. You will receive an email with NEV Zoom link and password.
PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU MUST BE LOGGED IN TO REGISTER.
Tuesday
22
4:00 PM
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Communications Marketing and Outreach (CMO) meetings. CMO meetings are held on the 4th Tuesday of each month.

All members and volunteers are welcome to attend.

Please RSVP by selecting the "Register Now" button. You will receive an email with Zoom link
and password.
PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU MUST BE LOGGED IN TO REGISTER.