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April, 2021

Monday
5
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Meeting for the Newsletter contributors and editors and proofers.
Thursday
8
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.
Thursday
8
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Monthly Happy Hour with Artistic Flair: Join the conversation. Give "cheers" and "À votre santé" to Eastside Villagers who share their artwork and ambitions with others. This month we welcome Dennis Hopkins, painter and Claire Cofsky, ceramic designer. Artistic souls in Eastside Village have had little opportunity to work together to create pottery, textiles, watercolors, oils, etc. this past year. This is a time to talk about beauty, creativity, and so much more.

Please register to get the link.
Friday
9
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Join the Village Without Walls History & Current Events Discussion Group. This month’s topic: Quantum Technology and the Future. Discuss what you have read in books and magazine articles.

Please register to get the link.
Friday
9
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Each session focuses on travel to a different country. Participants research areas of interest such as, history, culture, architecture, geography, food, and tourist attractions. We then share our findings during a one hour zoom session. Space allowing, new participants can sign up at any time.

If you have not previously attended, please contact Joan Malling before registering.
Saturday
10
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Topic: Apr 10 is China in Africa.
You can participate in the discussion or just listen as we discuss that week’s topic.

Please Register for the link.

These discussions are facilitated by the Village without Walls group.
Monday
12
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Membership Team meets on the second Monday of the month. This meeting is limited to the members of this team.
Tuesday
13
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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 COVID time, we observe safety measures while continuing to engage and serve members. We welcome new members and volunteers.

Please register to get the Zoom link.
Thursday
15
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Join River West for a discussion of three short films: Sing, The Door and an animated work, 3 Misses. They are 18 - 35 minutes in length. Bring your comments and insights. 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 info@riverwestvillage.org or 971-266-3187 for the link.
Friday
16
11:00 AM
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Age Cafe provides a bi-weekly forum (via Zoom) for attendees to enjoy stimulating small group conversations, exploring issues, thoughts, and feelings on topics relevant to older adults. It is a collaborative effort of Viva Village, the Beaverton City Library, and Washington County Disabled, Aging, and Veterans Services (DAVS).

The topic for this event is ‘Getting comfortable in our own skin - becoming interdependent‘.

The Online Age Café is a forum for sharing feelings in a safe and comfortable environment about topics pertaining to seniors.


Please RSVP by selecting the "Register Now" button. You will receive an email with the links.
Monday
19
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We will meet again on April 12 to discuss the hit Dutch novel, "The Secret Diary of Hendrik Groen", by Hendrik Groen. The book is funny, sardonic and timely, with pointed criticism about the life of the elderly in a care facility. Also, please come prepared with suggestions for our next non-fiction selection. Reservations are 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.

Unfortunately this group is currently at capacity and cannot add new members at this time.
Tuesday
20
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This is a meeting for the chairs to meet and discuss current projects, issues or needs. If you are not on this comittee please do NOT sign up or register.
Wednesday
21
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The movie group continues its lively discussions, meeting 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

April movies: Sound of Metal and First Reformed. Both movies are on Prime Video.

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 GoogleGroup but would like to attend, please contact the NEV Office at 503-895-2750.
Friday
23
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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.
Saturday
24
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Topic: Apr 24th Apr 24 is Role of the WHO (World Health Organization).

You can participate in the discussion or just listen as we discuss that week’s topic.

Please Register for the link.

These discussions are facilitated by the Village without Walls group.
Tuesday
27
2:00 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.
Wednesday
28
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Braver Angels Oregon is working in our local communities by holding workshops, debates and public presentations designed to bridge the polarizing political divide in our country. These events allow conservatives and liberals to get past the destructive stereotypes so we can have civil conversations about real issues that lead to productive problem-solving. Laura O’Connor and Jeff Spitzer, the state coordinators for Braver Angels Oregon, will discuss the work that the organization and its members/volunteers do.

Contact River West Village for the meeting link, info@riverwestvillage.org, 971-266-3187.
Wednesday
28
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North Star Village member Anjala Ehelebe will amaze you with facts, photos and videos about a variety of unusual birds. By the end of this presentation, you’ll have a greater appreciation of birds. For sure you’ll be able to solve this small quiz: Which birds (match the correct bird name with the bird) dance the Moonwalk, strut in the lek, eat lizards and rattlesnakes, and could poison you if you ate them - grouse, manakin, pitohui, roadrunner.

RSVP to lizkennedy@wscribe.com for the Zoom invitation.