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Coupeville Hub

Island Senior Resources collaborates with the Town of Coupeville and the Coupeville United Methodist Church to provide the HUB Senior Services program. The HUB provides a chance to socialize, enjoy a warm meal with friends and connect with valuable resources. A variety of free programs, such as music performances and educational presentations from community members are also hosted at the HUB. All activities begin at 12:45 p.m and lunch is served every Wednesday at noon.

Lunch And Learn Presentations

Lunch is served every Wednesday at noon (suggested donation $5). Events begin at 12:30 p.m. at the Coupeville United Methodist Church, 608 N. Main Street.

For more information, contact Carol Moliter: (360) 678-0636,

November 7. Bingo

Aging & Disability Resources will be available 11:30 to 1:30 pm

November 14. Wheelchairs and Walking

Island Transit Mobility Specialist, Maribeth Crandell will guide you to local wheelchair-and-mobility-device-accessible trails which can be reached by Island Transit bus which can carry two wheelchairs each.

November 21. A Song of Whidbey

Island Rick Castellano, Executive Director Island County Museum and Vern Olson, Musician Extraordinaire, return with a melodic rendition of our island history.

November 28. Living Trust or Not

Local Attorney and Coupeville High School graduate, Molly McPherson will compare estate planning options such as wills and Living Trust describing the advantages of each. Questions welcome!

December 5. Bingo

Aging & Disability Resources will be available 11:30 to 1:30 pm

December 12. Grief, Why it Hurts and What Can Help

Allison Krizner, WhidbeyHealth Hospice Bereavement Coordinator, will discuss coping strategies for living with loss and how to support others who are grieving.


Under the direction of Dinah Majure, the Sirens, a multigenerational women’s vocal ensemble, will delight and entertain with a holiday concert.

December 26. A Time to Give

Stay tuned…. Today might be a “white elephant exchange of gifts from the day before,” or maybe sharing stories of the “best gift ever,” the “worst gift ever,” or the “funniest gift ever.”