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September, 2021

Thursday
2
Where: Jon Dickman’s side yard (inside if it rains) Address available upon registration
2:00 PM
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This NEW Northeast Village monthly group is an opportunity for us to talk unabashedly about ourselves and our life stories as much as we like, provided we take turns of course—it’s basically an informal memoir group. Anything goes. We can even bring photos or memorabilia or share songs or jokes that have a personal connection.

When: The first Thursday of the month (Starts September 2), 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm

Where: Jon Dickman’s side yard (inside if it rains) Address available upon registration

For Outside: masking is optional depending on preference, but there will be people present who are not masked.
For Inside: masking is strongly encouraged per the CDC and State recommendations.

Capacity: Any number (but when outside, please bring a chair if you can--thank you)

Category: Social
Monday
6
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Join us for a casual conversation and a cup of coffee!

In consideration of the growing concern of COVID varients and its impact on in-person gathering we are hosting a virtual Monday Morning Coffee Hour. Every first Monday of the month you‘ll have a question of the day to get the conversation started!! Register to recieve the ZOOM link and the Question of the Day!!
Saturday
11
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Join your fellow village members and volunteers for the quarterly meeting this month.

This is our annual meeting, where we will elect new GovCo members. and hear a brief report from the Chair. We will then break into smaller groups to have conversations about two related topics:
-- Aging at Home: Explore what “home” really is and means and how it differs from a retirement facility.
-- Community & Connections: What are our expectations for “community"? What are the factors of a strong community?

Come and join your fellow villagers.


Monday
13
Kenilworth Park - meet at SE Holgate and SE 34th
10:00 AM
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Join us for a neighborhood walk and BYO picnic in beautiful, shady Kenilworth Park. Please wear masks. we will keep socially distanced when we eat. Meet at SE Holgate (no parking on this street) and SE 34th. If you have not attended a walk before, please email Ann Anderson at annpetera@comcast.net so I can contact you about weather or changes in plans.

The walk starts at 10 am and ends at 11:30 am. Lunch to follow and to end at 12:30pm.
Monday
13
Tuesday
14
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This interactive session will provide an overview of the activities and services offered by Northeast Village PDX to support older adults who wish to remain in their own homes and neighborhoods. Our village is a member-led community operating in Northeast Portland neighborhoods. During this time, we observe safety measures while continuing to engage and serve members. We welcome new members and volunteers.
Wednesday
15
ZOOM - link in registration confrimation
3:00 PM
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The meeting will be held from 3-5 p.m. on Wednesday September 15th. The movies for September are: White Tiger available on Netflix Blue Velvet available on Amazon Prime. Be sure to register for thie meeting. A ZOOM link for this movie group will be sent in your confirmation of registration email.
Thursday
16
Grand Central Bakery - Beaumont Cafe
10:00 AM
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Come join us at Grand Central Bakery and coffee house at 4440 NE Fremont. Margaret Baldwin, a founding member of Northeast Village PDX, and long-time Volunteer Coordinator will be there to greet all! Bring a friend, bring a neighbor, ask a NEV buddy to come along!

Grand Central has a wonderful outdoor seating area, while masking is required indoors when ordering.
Thursday
16
Thursday
16
John Braunger's Home - details in registration email
4:00 PM
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Are you interested in poetry? Do you enjoy reading poetry or maybe even dissecting a poem‘s meaning? Bring a poem or a collection of poems and your interest in sharing and discussing ideas for the NEW Poetry group.

This is an indoor event. Please, be vaccinated or wear a mask. Limit of 8 people.
Friday
17
ZOOM - link in the confirmation email
4:00 PM
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Monthly meeting of all NEV committee chairs
Monday
20
ZOOM - link in confirmation email
4:00 PM
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A gathering of NEV to discuss and share information about volunteering in our Village! Call a volunteer buddy and bring a friend! Link to the virtual ZOOM event in the confirmation email.
Wednesday
22
Fleur-de-lis bakery
10:00 AM
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Have you been chomping at the bit to see your Village friends again in-person? Are you a morning person? Do you love coffee? Better yet, do you love fleur-de-lis bakery? Come join us for our first in-person coffee hour since the before times. The bakery has generous outdoor seating (AND WE HAVE A TABLE RESERVED JUST FOR US) and a strict indoor mask policy when ordering. Please, be respectful of masking when not imbibing, and come join us for some old fashion coffee hour connection.
Wednesday
22
ZOOM - link in registration confrimation email
1:00 PM
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NEV‘s Book Group 2 meets most months on the fourth Wednesday to discuss the book we voted on previously (alternately fiction and non-fiction). Someday we’ll fill our living rooms, but for now meeting is 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. Discuss the book for first 60-75 min. (depending on how many attendees), then extend our list of books and meeting dates for following months. Book for September 22: Horizon, by Barry Lopez, a McKenzie River Oregonian. 2020, nonfiction. hardbound, paperback, Kindle, Audiobook. “Literary journalism, memoir, and travelogue: so compelling it deserves its own genre.”—WaPo. You can always see the books planned a few months in advance at this link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1a30-M54L2QdAx2vNcfOmz3HjSXt1QXWiLAflmZB2ofk/edit#
Wednesday
22
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Medicare 101 - Presented by Multnomah County SHIBA office (virtual via ZOOM)
What: Learn the A, B, C and Ds of Medicare. Find out when and how to enroll and gain an understanding of costs. Get information on where Medicare recipients in your community can go for help.
Tuesday
28
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This is the meting for the cCommunication Marketing and Outreach Meeting committee that meets each 4th Tuesday of the month from 2-3:30pm via ZOOM.