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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 and Learn presentations in Coupeville occur Wednesdays from 12:30pm to 1:30pm.  These free, no-charge events are open to the public.  Presentations take place at the Coupeville United Methodist Church, 608 N. Main Street, in Coupeville.  Lunch is optional and served at noon (suggested donation $5). 

For more information, contact Carol Moliter: (360) 678-0636, bigrockdesigns@whidbey.net.

March 27. Healthy Eating, Healthy Aging

Maggie Schuster, Clinical Dietitian WhidbeyHealth Medical Center, will discuss foods to prevent heart disease, how to achieve healthy hydration, the best weight for your age, foods you should eat every day AND answer questions.

April 10.  Does Recycling Work?

Bring a “mystery” trash item from home for Sarah Bergquist, WSU Extension Specialist to identify as recyclable, or not. Sarah will also explain why recycling is constantly changing in the Northwest and whether your efforts make a difference!

April 17.  Don’t Fall!! & POLST Explained

WhidbeyHealth EMS Lead Paramedic Robert May will explain in-home improvements that will help reduce the incidence of falls; plus he will explain how EMS uses that POLST form you should have at your bedside and the implications if you do not.

April 24.  FRONT STREET MYSTERIES!

Mel Tossey, former Island County Museum Docent will reveal the history of Coupeville’s Front Street buildings in an interactive guessing game format.