Lunch And Learn
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, email@example.com.
June 13 More Transportation!
Chasity Smith, Director, Aging & Disability Resources and Family Caregiver Support Program at Island Senior Resources, will discuss local transportation resources and how to use them.
June 20 What is Vermiculture?
Sarah Bergquist, WSU Extension, will educate us on the benefits and ease of vermiculture farming (worms – yes worm farming!)
June 27 Don’t Fall!
Robert May, WhidbeyHealth EMS Lead Paramedic, will explain in-home improvements that will help reduce the incidence of falls by as much as 85%. It starts with getting rid of ladders, but oh so much more, can be done!
July 4 BINGO
Come play Bingo!
Aging & Disability Resources will also be available 11:30 to 1:30 pm.
July 11 CAREAGE RETURNS
Sean O’Neill, Executive Director for Careage of Whidbey will discuss what the only skilled nursing facility on Whidbey Island has to offer Island residents and how you can help work through regulations to assure your comfort. Delicious cookies included!
July 18 BRING YOUR READING DEVICES
Debbie LaGasse and Brian Haight, Coupeville Library, will help you use your reading devices (Nook, Kindle, cell phone, tablets), explain the library free digital download process, and explain the new book-a-librarian service!
July 4 40 YEARS OF FARMERS MARKETS
Peg Tennant, Coupeville and Oak Harbor Farmers Market Manager will recount the success of 40 years of sustaining farms and farmers thru Farmers Markets; and tell you how the Farmers Market Nutrition Program can help you put nutritious, low-cost food on your table.