October 2. Safety in Your Home.
Sergeant Darren Crownover of the Island County Sheriff’s Office will present information on keeping yourself safe in your home, on the roads and in public places. He’ll also be able to answer questions about the Sheriff’s Office or other concerns you have about safety in our community.
October 9. What Are Your Ideas?
Island Senior Resources is engaged in a strategic planning process that will guide the resources we provide to our Island communities over the next 3-5 years. Join Executive Director, Cheryn Weiser, and provide your ideas about the emerging needs of seniors and disabled adults in Island County.
October 16. All Aboard!
Catch a ride with Island Transit to find out about new Guided Tours, Saturday Service, vans for non-profits, apps for your phone, and Paratransit Services. And it’s all fare free! Don’t be left behind. We’re saving a seat for you! Join Maribeth Crandell, Island Transit Mobility Specialist, to learn about what’s available at Island Transit.
October 23. Death Cafe
Let’s talk about death at Whidbey Island’s first Death Café. At a Death Café people drink tea, eat cake and discuss death. The aim is to increase awareness of death and help us make the most of our (finite) lives.
October 30. Whidbey Island Center for the Arts
Lots is happening at Whidbey Island Center for the Arts. Come hear what’s new, how things work there and have your questions answered about how they get from an idea to a full-blown production. You will learn about volunteer opportunities too!
Lunch and Learns are also listed in the online calendar . Additional Lunch and Learn events occur at our Coupeville location.
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