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, email@example.com.
September 5. Bingo
Come play Bingo! Aging & Disability Resources will be available 11:30 to 1:30 pm.
September 12. Saratoga Sirens
Jennifer, Cheryl, and Dinah return with their special style and talent for this musical entertainment program featuring songs you remember! Fun and a few tears as memories of your younger years surface, but such a glow afterward!
September 19. Stump Sarah!!
Bring a “mystery” trash item from home for Sarah Bergquist, WSU Extension Specialist to identify as recyclable, or not – she’ll explain why! Recycling is changing rapidly. What you thought you knew has shifted.
September 26. New and Old in Israel
Carol Moliter, novice world traveler, will discuss the surprises and pleasures of group travel in one of the world’s most ancient and significant areas. So many misconceptions (perhaps only her’s) are highlighted as well.
October 3. Bingo
Aging & Disability Resources will be available 11:30 to 1:30 pm
October 10. AGING IN PLACE (Yes, you can stay in your home!)
Chasity Smith, Director of Aging & Disability Resources presents guidance and available resources to help you plan ahead so you can safely “age in place” in your own home.
October 17. TBD
The plans for an exciting presentation are still in the works! Check out www.Islandseniorresources.com or call Carol Moliter, 360.678.0636 for information.
October 24. Neighborhood Disaster Help
Bonnie Abney, Neighborhood Emergency Team (NET) Coordinator conducted a recent disaster response drill in Coupeville where volunteers practiced support and assistance measurers to aid neighbors in the aftermath of a major disaster. NET members will share their experiences.
October 30. The Mystery of Frank Pratt
Lee James, Coupeville Historian Extraordinaire, will discuss the legacy of Frank Pratt, why he cared, how he influenced the Coupeville area thru the legacies of the Suva (1930s sailing vessel) and Ebey’s National Historic Reserve