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January, 2022

Monday
3
Via Zoom. For link, please RSVP to info@wllovillage.org or at (503)308-8223.
1:00 PM
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WLLO hosts a running series of Monday Ted Talks via Zoom, open to all villagers.

This week: Power Foods for the Brain, Neil Barnard, MD

Dr. Barnard has led numerous research studies investigating the effects of diet on diabetes, body weight, and chronic pain, including a groundbreaking study of dietary interventions in type 2 diabetes, funded by the National Institutes of Health, that paved the way for viewing type 2 diabetes as a potentially reversible condition for many patients. Dr. Barnard has authored more than 100 scientific publications and 20 books for medical and lay readers, and is the editor in chief of the Nutrition Guide for Clinicians, a textbook made available to all U.S. medical students.

Note from TED Talks: Do not look to this presentation for medical advice. The speaker makes assertions about a specific diet that lacks sufficient scientific evidence for general prescription. TEDx events are independently organized by volunteers.

Each week we will choose a brief video to watch together and then have a short discussion.

Please remember to mute yourself!

To RSVP and Register, please Call or email WLLO Village for the meeting link, 503-308-8223, info@wllovillage.org.

If you are on WLLO’s mailing list, you will receive notices of additional events.
Monday
3
West Hills Unitarian Universalist Fellowship - Coffee Room
2:30 PM
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RWV Art Club - In-Person meeting in the Coffee Room of the West Hills Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

The Art Club gets together twice a month to work on current projects, showcase new pieces and get feedback. Get together in-person with Shelly Radovich and fellow artists to show and tell what you’ve been working on.

Location: 8470 SW Oleson Rd. Portland, OR 97223

Please plan to wear a face mask.

Click on this event for a link to a Google Map showing the location of the Unitarian Fellowship.
Tuesday
4
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6:30 PM Online Nerd Night: Trivia for Adults

Test your knowledge – solo, with your own team of family or friends, or as a member of the River West Village Triviots, and see how much you know about four themed sets of questions. Prizes for the most and least points at the end of the night. Check out the Garden Home Library’s Facebook page for this month’s topics.

The Village Triviots collaborate by phone. Contact Lyn Trainer to join the team: ltrainer@villagesnw.org.

Pre-registration required. After registration you will receive meeting details and an answer form Tuesday morning. For more information and to see the link to the Nerd Night pre-registration, click on this event.
Wednesday
5
The Coffee Shop (across Scholls Fwy from the Chevron Station)
10:00 AM
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RWV Men‘s Coffee - In-Person Informal Social Event - The Coffee Shop

Description: Informal social event for men involved with River West Village each Wednesday morning. Please join us for general discussions, ideas, and community.

Location: The Coffee Shop, 4712 SW Scholls Ferry Rd in Raleigh Hills (across Scholls Fwy Rd from Chevron Station).

Please click on this event for a Google Map to the in-person meeting location.
Wednesday
5
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RWV Women‘s Coffee - In-Person at the French Quarter

The French Quarter is a village square with the feeling of a small town in the west of France. The majority of food carts and shops are owned and run by women with at least five nationalities represented. We meet in a covered area with open air. Bring your mask and wear a warm coat.

There is parking on the side street and in the alley at the back of the building.

Click on this event for a Google Map showing the location of the French Quarter Food Court.
Wednesday
5
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RWV Virtual Salon - Climate Crisis - What We Can Do (via Zoom)

Description: Do you wonder what high-impact do-able actions you can take to reduce climate crisis? Let‘s talk about our ideas!

Please watch two 5-minute videos BEFORE salon to get us started.

Click on this event for the links to the videos and to see information on how to join the Salon via Zoom!
Friday
7
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Viva Village Online Age Cafe

The Viva Village Online Age Cafe provides a bi-weekly forum for attendees to enjoy stimulating small group conversations, exploring issues, thoughts, and feelings on topics relevant to older adults. There is a new thought-provoking topic each session. It is a collaborative effort of Viva Village, the Beaverton City Library, and Washington County Disabled, Aging, and Veterans Services (DAVS). Audience: Seniors, but open to folks of all ages.

The Age Café is open to all. To register, go to vivavillage.org. Under Events, click Age Café for the date you would like to attend. Once you have registered, you will receive the Zoom link by email.
Friday
7
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Happy Hour - Every Friday - Multnomah Village French Quarter - In Person

Join us at The French Quarter for companionship and conversation. There is a covered area outside and they have indoor seating. There‘s a beverage cart onsite with wine, beer and non-alcoholic drinks and a variety of food options. Please dress for the weather!

Click on this event for a Google Map showing the location of the French Quarter.
Monday
10
Via Zoom. For link, please RSVP to info@wllovillage.org or at (503)308-8223.
1:00 PM
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WLLO hosts a running series of Monday Ted Talks via Zoom, open to all villagers.

Each week we will choose a brief video to watch together and then have a short discussion.

Please remember to mute yourself!

To RSVP and Register, please Call or email WLLO Village for the meeting link, 503-308-8223, info@wllovillage.org.

If you are on WLLO’s mailing list, you will receive notices of additional events.
Monday
10
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RiverWest Village Governing Council Meeting
Wednesday
12
The Coffee Shop (across Scholls Fwy from the Chevron Station)
10:00 AM
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RWV Men‘s Coffee - In-Person Informal Social Event - The Coffee Shop

Description: Informal social event for men involved with River West Village each Wednesday morning. Please join us for general discussions, ideas, and community.

Location: The Coffee Shop, 4712 SW Scholls Ferry Rd in Raleigh Hills (across Scholls Fwy Rd from Chevron Station).

Please click on this event for a Google Map to the in-person meeting location.
Wednesday
12
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RWV Women‘s Coffee - In-Person at the French Quarter

The French Quarter is a village square with the feeling of a small town in the west of France. The majority of food carts and shops are owned and run by women with at least five nationalities represented. We meet in a covered area with open air. Bring your mask and wear a warm coat.

There is parking on the side street and in the alley at the back of the building.

Click on this event for a Google Map showing the location of the French Quarter Food Court.
Friday
14
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History and Current Events Discussion Group - Village Without Walls

Village Without Walls invites you to join for a lively discussion on current events. Feel free to participate in the discussion, or just listen as they discuss each week‘s topic.

This month‘s topic is: Canals in the US. Most of us have heard of the Erie Canal, but there were more than 4000 miles of canal open for transit in the US by the end of the 19th century. What were some of the most interesting canals and why did almost all of them disappear?

This is a friendly group of people who want to gain and share knowledge about what is happening in our world. You can participate in the discussion or just listen.

Please click on this event for the Zoom link to the Discussion Group.
Friday
14
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Happy Hour - Every Friday - Multnomah Village French Quarter - In Person

Join us at The French Quarter for companionship and conversation. There is a covered area outside and they have indoor seating. There‘s a beverage cart onsite with wine, beer and non-alcoholic drinks and a variety of food options. Please dress for the weather!

Click on this event for a Google Map showing the location of the French Quarter.
Monday
17
Via Zoom. For link, please RSVP to info@wllovillage.org or at (503)308-8223.
1:00 PM
More Info
Less Info

WLLO hosts a running series of Monday Ted Talks via Zoom, open to all villagers.

Each week we will choose a brief video to watch together and then have a short discussion.

Please remember to mute yourself!

To RSVP and Register, please Call or email WLLO Village for the meeting link, 503-308-8223, info@wllovillage.org.

If you are on WLLO’s mailing list, you will receive notices of additional events.
Monday
17
West Hills Unitarian Universalist Fellowship - Coffee Room
2:30 PM
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Less Info

RWV Art Club - In-Person meeting in the Coffee Room of the West Hills Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

The Art Club gets together twice a month to work on current projects, showcase new pieces and get feedback. Get together in-person with Shelly Radovich and fellow artists to show and tell what you’ve been working on.

Location: 8470 SW Oleson Rd. Portland, OR 97223

Please plan to wear a face mask.

Click on this event for a link to a Google Map showing the location of the Unitarian Fellowship.
Tuesday
18
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Food as Medicine: a 6-Week Workshop Series - Sponsored by WLLO

Food as Medicine" classes (online via Zoom) are starting in January 18th. You can choose between one of two days/times for the series: from Tuesdays from 1-3 PM (starting Jan 18th) or Thursdays from 10 AM - Noon (starting Jan 20th). They are free, with each workshop lasting 90 minutes, a combination of lecture and discussion, with additional time for Q & A. This course was given last year and received very positive responses.

You will learn how nutritional needs change with age – and about the different foods which can support a healthy aging plan. The classes will be led by nutritionist Erin Fredericks, MS, the workshop includes a small-group format, take home workbook, recipes & resources, and self-assessments. All cooking levels are welcome.

The course will spotlight a different health topic each week, and will topics such as: Digestion and the gut, Microbiome strength and mobility, Brain resiliency, and Blood sugar balance.

TO REGISTER, contact suannej@wllovillage.org
Wednesday
19
The Coffee Shop (across Scholls Fwy from the Chevron Station)
10:00 AM
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RWV Men‘s Coffee - In-Person Informal Social Event - The Coffee Shop

Description: Informal social event for men involved with River West Village each Wednesday morning. Please join us for general discussions, ideas, and community.

Location: The Coffee Shop, 4712 SW Scholls Ferry Rd in Raleigh Hills (across Scholls Fwy Rd from Chevron Station).

Please click on this event for a Google Map to the in-person meeting location.
Wednesday
19
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RWV Women‘s Coffee - In-Person at the French Quarter

The French Quarter is a village square with the feeling of a small town in the west of France. The majority of food carts and shops are owned and run by women with at least five nationalities represented. We meet in a covered area with open air. Bring your mask and wear a warm coat.

There is parking on the side street and in the alley at the back of the building.

Click on this event for a Google Map showing the location of the French Quarter Food Court.
Thursday
20
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Food as Medicine: a 6-Week Workshop Series - Sponsored by WLLO

Food as Medicine" classes (online via Zoom) are starting in January 18th. You can choose between one of two days/times for the series: from Tuesdays from 1-3 PM (starting Jan 18th) or Thursdays from 10 AM - Noon (starting Jan 20th). They are free, with each workshop lasting 90 minutes, a combination of lecture and discussion, with additional time for Q & A. This course was given last year and received very positive responses.

You will learn how nutritional needs change with age – and about the different foods which can support a healthy aging plan. The classes will be led by nutritionist Erin Fredericks, MS, the workshop includes a small-group format, take home workbook, recipes & resources, and self-assessments. All cooking levels are welcome.

The course will spotlight a different health topic each week, and will topics such as: Digestion and the gut, Microbiome strength and mobility, Brain resiliency, and Blood sugar balance.

TO REGISTER, contact suannej@wllovillage.org
Thursday
20
Discussion online via Zoom
10:00 AM
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RWV Kanopy Movie Group Discussion

Movie this Month: The Florida Project (2017). Set on a stretch of highway in a budget motel managed by Bobby, just outside the imagined utopia of Disney World, we follow six-year-old Moonie and her rebellious mother over the course of a single summer. The Florida Project contrasts the American Dream with the reality of poverty as seen through the eyes of an underrepresented population, i.e., children. Winner of Film Independent Spirit Award.

Watch the movie via the web application "Kanopy" anytime before the discussion date and bring your comments and insights to the online discussion.

Kanopy is free through the Multnomah or Washington County library websites.

For more information about how to sign up for Kanopy and to gain access to the link to the Kanopy Zoom movie discussion, click on this event.
Friday
21
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Happy Hour - Every Friday - Multnomah Village French Quarter - In Person

Join us at The French Quarter for companionship and conversation. There is a covered area outside and they have indoor seating. There‘s a beverage cart onsite with wine, beer and non-alcoholic drinks and a variety of food options. Please dress for the weather!

Click on this event for a Google Map showing the location of the French Quarter.
Saturday
22
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Trumpism and the Future of US Democracy - Village Without Walls

Village Without Walls invites you to join for a lively discussion on current events. Feel free to participate in the discussion, or just listen as they discuss each week‘s topic.

This month‘s topic is: Meet to schedule dates for presentation of the 9 Great Decisions topics for 2022.

Great Decisions is a friendly group of people who want to gain and share knowledge about what is happening in our world. All participants gather information about the topic ahead of the meeting so they can participate in the discussion. You are always welcome to just listen.

Please click on this event for more information about the Great Discussions process and the Zoom link to the Discussion Group.
Monday
24
Via Zoom. For link, please RSVP to info@wllovillage.org or at (503)308-8223.
1:00 PM
More Info
Less Info

WLLO hosts a running series of Monday Ted Talks via Zoom, open to all villagers.

Each week we will choose a brief video to watch together and then have a short discussion.

Please remember to mute yourself!

To RSVP and Register, please Call or email WLLO Village for the meeting link, 503-308-8223, info@wllovillage.org.

If you are on WLLO’s mailing list, you will receive notices of additional events.
Tuesday
25
More Info
Less Info
Food as Medicine: a 6-Week Workshop Series - Sponsored by WLLO

Food as Medicine" classes (online via Zoom) are starting in January 18th. You can choose between one of two days/times for the series: from Tuesdays from 1-3 PM (starting Jan 18th) or Thursdays from 10 AM - Noon (starting Jan 20th). They are free, with each workshop lasting 90 minutes, a combination of lecture and discussion, with additional time for Q & A. This course was given last year and received very positive responses.

You will learn how nutritional needs change with age – and about the different foods which can support a healthy aging plan. The classes will be led by nutritionist Erin Fredericks, MS, the workshop includes a small-group format, take home workbook, recipes & resources, and self-assessments. All cooking levels are welcome.

The course will spotlight a different health topic each week, and will topics such as: Digestion and the gut, Microbiome strength and mobility, Brain resiliency, and Blood sugar balance.

TO REGISTER, contact suannej@wllovillage.org
Tuesday
25
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Online Viva Village Book Club - via Zoom

Book: Half Life by Jillian Cantor, a historical novel.

RSVP to Viva Village at: vivavillageevents@gmail.com or 503-746-5082 to get the meeting link.
Wednesday
26
The Coffee Shop (across Scholls Fwy from the Chevron Station)
10:00 AM
More Info
Less Info

RWV Men‘s Coffee - In-Person Informal Social Event - The Coffee Shop

Description: Informal social event for men involved with River West Village each Wednesday morning. Please join us for general discussions, ideas, and community.

Location: The Coffee Shop, 4712 SW Scholls Ferry Rd in Raleigh Hills (across Scholls Fwy Rd from Chevron Station).

Please click on this event for a Google Map to the in-person meeting location.
Wednesday
26
More Info
Less Info

RWV Women‘s Coffee - In-Person at the French Quarter

The French Quarter is a village square with the feeling of a small town in the west of France. The majority of food carts and shops are owned and run by women with at least five nationalities represented. We meet in a covered area with open air. Bring your mask and wear a warm coat.

There is parking on the side street and in the alley at the back of the building.

Click on this event for a Google Map showing the location of the French Quarter Food Court.
Thursday
27
More Info
Less Info
Food as Medicine: a 6-Week Workshop Series - Sponsored by WLLO

Food as Medicine" classes (online via Zoom) are starting in January 18th. You can choose between one of two days/times for the series: from Tuesdays from 1-3 PM (starting Jan 18th) or Thursdays from 10 AM - Noon (starting Jan 20th). They are free, with each workshop lasting 90 minutes, a combination of lecture and discussion, with additional time for Q & A. This course was given last year and received very positive responses.

You will learn how nutritional needs change with age – and about the different foods which can support a healthy aging plan. The classes will be led by nutritionist Erin Fredericks, MS, the workshop includes a small-group format, take home workbook, recipes & resources, and self-assessments. All cooking levels are welcome.

The course will spotlight a different health topic each week, and will topics such as: Digestion and the gut, Microbiome strength and mobility, Brain resiliency, and Blood sugar balance.

TO REGISTER, contact suannej@wllovillage.org
Friday
28
More Info
Less Info

Happy Hour - Every Friday - Multnomah Village French Quarter - In Person

Join us at The French Quarter for companionship and conversation. There is a covered area outside and they have indoor seating. There‘s a beverage cart onsite with wine, beer and non-alcoholic drinks and a variety of food options. Please dress for the weather!

Click on this event for a Google Map showing the location of the French Quarter.
Monday
31
Via Zoom. For link, please RSVP to info@wllovillage.org or at (503)308-8223.
1:00 PM
More Info
Less Info

WLLO hosts a running series of Monday Ted Talks via Zoom, open to all villagers.

Each week we will choose a brief video to watch together and then have a short discussion.

Please remember to mute yourself!

To RSVP and Register, please Call or email WLLO Village for the meeting link, 503-308-8223, info@wllovillage.org.

If you are on WLLO’s mailing list, you will receive notices of additional events.