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April, 2021

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.