Join us for LUNCH & LEARN
Lunch and Learn presentations in Coupeville occur Wednesdays at 12:30pm. Lunch (optional) will be served beginning at 11:45 (suggested donation $6 for 60+ seniors and $8 for all others) followed by the free presentation at 12:30. See our food menu for what is being served for lunch. Come eat, socialize, and learn!
Presentations take place at the Coupeville United Methodist Church, 608 N. Main Street, in Coupeville.
For additional information, contact Carol Moliter: (360) 678-0636 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
January 1. New Year’s Day – Enjoy!! No presentation, no Lunch.
(No lunch, no presentation).
January 8. Starting on the Right Foot…and the Left!
Harada Physical Therapy owner Erick Harada and staff from his Coupeville clinic will help you follow thru on that ubiquitous New Year’s resolution to get in better shape. Start now to strengthen your body’s physical abilities!
January 15. Make Yourself Count!
Anne Murphy, Sno-Isle Programming Coordinator, will explain how important an accurate Census count is to all levels of local planning and funds distribution. Census forms can be completed online this year and your library is here to help everyone participate. Coupeville has a goal to make the Census 100% green with 100 % participation by April 1st. Learn how you can do your part and be counted!
January 22. Brain Boosting Nutrition & Lifestyle Tips
Maggie McGinnis, Clinical Dietitian WhidbeyHealth. Your brain is responsible for some pretty big jobs, like keeping your heart beating, lungs breathing, and body moving. Eating a healthy diet and staying physically active keeps your brain working. Learn more about superfoods that keep your brain sharp and other strategies associated to reduce risk for Alzheimer’s and cognitive decline.
January 29. From Despair to Joy
Glenda Cantrell, former ISR Program Coordinator, now certified Life Coach will share how she fought a debilitating cancer treatment to regain a life filled with purpose and joy, including tips you can apply to your struggles. Celebrate with her and go away with some new ideas for your circumstances!
February 5. Bingo
Come play Bingo! In addition, Aging & Disability Resources will be available 11:30 to 1:30 pm for any questions you may have.
February 12. Why “SAIL”?
SAIL Instructor Rae Hicks will discuss the popular exercise program “Stay Active and Independent for Life which is sponsored by WhidbeyHealth EMS and currently meets at the hospital. Where did it come from? Why should you participate? And, how does it affect your overall health? Find out!
February 19. Chronic Heart Failure
Kim Arends, RN, BSN, WhidbeyHealth Medical Center presents: What is heart failure? Is there anything you can do about it? Yes! Kim will help you understand what it is and how to better manage it. You can stay in control of your health!
February 26. Mold in your Home
Beth Tristao, owner of Fine Line Painting, with 20+ years as a painting contractor, will share how to recognize mold issues in and around your home; and the proper procedures for removing them! Mold can exacerbate existing health conditions, cause new ones, and damage your home’s physical structure!
Additional Lunch and Learn events occur at the Island Senior Resources (Bayview) location.
Disclaimer: Island Senior Resources offers a variety of information, classes, and presentations, but does not endorse any speaker or vendor. Presentations are meant as an educational opportunity and no solicitation is allowed. We suggest attendees explore a variety of options before making any decisions regarding services. Island Senior Resources will not share your information with any vendor or speaker. If you choose to share your contact information, this is at your own discretion.