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June, 2022

Wednesday
1
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. It is a great way to get acquainted and learn more about the Village. Please join us for general discussions, ideas, and community. Everyone welcome!

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

Please click on this event for a Google Map to the in-person meeting location.

Wednesday
1
Multnomah Arts Center - Neighborhood House Senior Center
10:00 AM
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RWV Women‘s Coffee - In-Person & Indoors at the Neighborhood House Senior Center

The Women’s Coffee will meet indoors in the Senior Center. Vaccination is required. Bring your vaccination card, mask and your beverage. We will follow any current masking guidelines established by the Senior Center or by the State.

There is parking at the back of the building. The door to the Senior Center is on the back of the building (near the parking lot) on the East side.

Click on this event for a Google Map showing the location of Senior Center and the parking area.
Wednesday
1
Corner of N. Woolsey and N. Lombard in North Portland
12:30 PM
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Walk With North Star Villagers in Beautiful Columbia Park

Celebrate spring and make new friends with Wednesday walks along the paths of beautiful Columbia Park with North Star Village‘s Wednesday Walkers.

At just over 35 acres, beautiful Columbia Park in North Portland park is known for its mature (and very tall!) Douglas-firs and lindens that provide plenty of shade along its walking paths.

Meet Location: We’ll meet at 12:30 p.m. at the corner of N. Woolsey and N. Lombard to begin our walk. Stay as long as you want to; walk at your own pace as far as you want to.

There is no need to RSVP. Just come and enjoy walking and socializing with other villagers.

Click on this event for a link to a Google Map showing the meet-up location.


Friday
3
Not at 4131 SE Concord, but near intersection of SE Concord Rd and SE Meadowlark Ln or SE Francis Av
9:00 AM
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Super Rummage & Plant Sale - Rivers East Village

Friday and Saturday, June 3rd and 4th, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Location: Oak Grove

Support Rivers East’s fundraiser to support local seniors!

Shop for treasures! Rummage includes housewares, tools, toys, games, sporting goods, craft supplies, knick knacks, handbags, books, electronics, home and yard décor, and small, lightweight furniture pieces. We’ll also have potted plants, plant starts, gardening tools and supplies.

Click on this event for a Google Map to the Rummage Sale location and for more details about the event.
Friday
3
Beaverton City Library
11:00 AM
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Age Cafe - Viva Village - An In-Person Event

Location: Beaverton City Library

June 3rd: Topic - Small group conversations

Viva Village Age Cafe provides a 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, Beaverton Committee on Aging (BOCA), and Washington County Disabled, Aging, and Veterans Services (DAVS).

Audience: Seniors, but open to folks of all ages.

Click on this event for optional registration link and for a Google Map showing the location of the library.
Friday
3
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Social 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
4
Not at 4131 SE Concord, but near intersection of SE Concord Rd and SE Meadowlark Ln or SE Francis Av
9:00 AM
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Super Rummage & Plant Sale - Rivers East Village

Friday and Saturday, June 3rd and 4th, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Location: Oak Grove

Support Rivers East’s fundraiser to support local seniors!

Shop for treasures! Rummage includes housewares, tools, toys, games, sporting goods, craft supplies, knick knacks, handbags, books, electronics, home and yard décor, and small, lightweight furniture pieces. We’ll also have potted plants, plant starts, gardening tools and supplies.

Click on this event for a Google Map to the Rummage Sale location and for more details about the event.
Saturday
4
Addresses of gardens will be sent after registration & payment. Here is location of Rivercrest P
10:00 AM
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Garden and Art Tour - Ordinary People with Extraordinary Gardens

You are invited to visit nine extraordinary gardens in and around Oregon City. This is an opportunity to see beautiful and unique private gardens and support Village at the Falls at the same time.

Cost: $10:00.

Please click on this event to register and for important information about the garden tour.
Saturday
4
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Great Decisions 2022 Discussion Group - Village Without Walls

Online via Zoom

Topic: Drug Policy in Latin America

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. Anyone is welcome to attend.

This meeting‘s topic is: Drug Policy in Latin America. The issue of migration to the United States from Latin America has overshadowed the war on drugs, which has been underway for decades with little signs of progress. What are the roots and the bureaucratic logic behind today´s dominant drug policies in Latin America? Is it time to reconsider punitive drug control policies that disrupt supply chains and punish drug possession?

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
6
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
6
West Hills Unitarian Universalist Fellowship - Coffee Room
2:30 PM
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RWV Art Club - In-Person meeting in a member‘s home. Please call Nancy Brown [503-369-2323] to RSVP and to get the address of the meeting.

The Art Club gets together twice a month to work on current projects, showcase new pieces and get feedback. Bring projects you are working on to share and get feedback from fellow Village artists.

Location: At a member‘s home; call Nancy Brown at 503-369-2323 for the location.

Please plan to wear a face mask.
Tuesday
7
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6:30 PM Online Nerd Night: Trivia for Adults

Test your smarts at the monthly Trivia Night. See how much you know about the four themed sets of questions. Prizes for the team with the most AND least points. Play solo, bring your own team or join the Village Triviots by emailing ltrainer@villagesnw.org.

Registration required: Click on this event to find registration link.

Meeting details will be emailed Tuesday morning and evening (just before the event for any last-minute registrants).
Wednesday
8
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River West Volunteer Training - via Zoom

[Training repeats at 10AM and again at 3:30PM on Wednesday, June 29th.]

Volunteers are the heart and soul of River West Village. RWV wouldn‘t exist without the volunteers that perform the many online and in-person services we provide to older adults in our community that help them stay in their own homes as they age. As Audrey Hepburn said: "As you grow older, you will find you have two hands - one for helping yourself, the other for helping others."

You are invited to join our stellar group of existing volunteers in helping older adults in Southwest Portland have the help they need to remain in their homes. Whether doing light maintenance around the house or yard, driving folks to a medical appointment, assisting members to connect socially with others (and attend RWV online and in-person social events), or helping with the administrative aspects of our non-profit village, capable volunteers are always welcomed!

If you are interested in exploring volunteer opportunities with River West or attending the training session, please click on this event for more information.

Also, visit the "About RWV" and "Get Involved" sections of this website to learn more about what we do for older adults and information about volunteering with us.
Wednesday
8
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. It is a great way to get acquainted and learn more about the Village. Please join us for general discussions, ideas, and community. Everyone welcome!

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

Please click on this event for a Google Map to the in-person meeting location.

Wednesday
8
Multnomah Arts Center - Neighborhood House Senior Center
10:00 AM
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RWV Women‘s Coffee - In-Person & Indoors at the Neighborhood House Senior Center

The Women’s Coffee will meet indoors in the Senior Center. Vaccination is required. Bring your vaccination card, mask and your beverage. We will follow any current masking guidelines established by the Senior Center or by the State.

There is parking at the back of the building. The door to the Senior Center is on the back of the building (near the parking lot) on the East side.

Click on this event for a Google Map showing the location of Senior Center and the parking area.
Wednesday
8
Corner of N. Woolsey and N. Lombard in North Portland
12:30 PM
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Walk With North Star Villagers in Beautiful Columbia Park

Celebrate spring and make new friends with Wednesday walks along the paths of beautiful Columbia Park with North Star Village‘s Wednesday Walkers.

At just over 35 acres, beautiful Columbia Park in North Portland park is known for its mature (and very tall!) Douglas-firs and lindens that provide plenty of shade along its walking paths.

Meet Location: We’ll meet at 12:30 p.m. at the corner of N. Woolsey and N. Lombard to begin our walk. Stay as long as you want to; walk at your own pace as far as you want to.

There is no need to RSVP. Just come and enjoy walking and socializing with other villagers.

Click on this event for a link to a Google Map showing the meet-up location.


Thursday
9
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New! Thursday Happy Hour - The Chart House - In-person Indoors

Location: The Chart House, 5700 SW Terwilliger Blvd, Portland

Ready for Indoor Happy Hour? Sue and Ron Corkum invite you to join them at The Chart House, next Thursday, June 9, starting at 4:00 PM for conversation and companionship in the comfort of an indoor environment.

The bar is in the basement of the restaurant and stairs are involved.

Click on this event for a link to the Happy Hour Menu and for a Google map of the Chart House‘s location.
Friday
10
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Coffee and Conversation - Online via Zoom - Hosted by Village Without Walls

Grab a cup of coffee or tea and join in the discussion. We share information and opinions in a friendly atmosphere to encourage learning and social connection.

This month’s topic is: Your Favorite TV Shows Over Time

Stacker.com created a list of the 100 best TV shows of all time. Shows were ranked by IMDb user ratings, with ties broken by the number of votes. For this list, a series had to have at least 50,000 votes. The following are the top 10 shows from the list: • Breaking Bad
• The Wire
• Avatar: The Last Airbender
• Game of Thrones
• Rick and Morty
• The Sopranos
• Sherlock
• Firefly
• Batman: The Animated Series
• The Twilight Zone

Do you agree with this selection? Which TV shows would be on your top ten list?

Click on this event for the Zoom link to the meeting.
Friday
10
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Social 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
11
Schute Park (Parking lot across street from 838 SE 10th Ave)
3:00 PM
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Village Without Walls Picnic and Townhall Meeting - In Person

Village Without Walls encompasses the communities of Hillsboro, Aloha, Forest Grove and Cornelius. They will be bringing villagers together in person on Saturday, June 11 to enjoy each other‘s company and talk about the future of Village Without Walls.
Do you have family or friends in Village Without Walls‘ service area who would enjoy being villagers? Encourage them to attend the picnic to get acquainted and learn more about how they may want to be involved. All food and beverage will be provided

Location: We will be in the covered Shelter 50 which is a short walk from the 10th Ave parking lot, just past the railroad tracks when going North on 10th Ave. Map available on Village event calendar here. Additional parking off Maple Avenue.

All food and drink provided.

RSVP Required: To get a count for the food order, you must RSVP no later than Wednesday, June 8th by an email to vwwactivities@gmail.com or leave a message at 503-207-8729.*

If your family or friends in the VWW service area need a ride, call the VWW office at 503-207-8729. Bring your spouse, partner, or a friend. Restrooms available.

Click on this event for more information and for a Google map showing the event location.
Monday
13
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
13
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RiverWest Village Governing Council Meeting - Online via Zoom

Click on this event for Zoom link to meeting.
Tuesday
14
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VillagesNW Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Group - Online via Zoom

Important update: VNW‘s DEI group is moving to monthly meetings on the 2nd Tuesday starting in June.

Join fellow villagers – including some from other states – for this monthly discussion on equity, diversity and inclusion. Bring your voice and share an experience. Contact Jurie Lewis, jlewis@villagesnw.org to be added to the distribution list.

Click on this event to be added to the distribution list, to view ongoing discussion topics, important discussion links, and for the Zoom link to the meeting.
Wednesday
15
Multnomah Arts Center - Neighborhood House Senior Center
10:00 AM
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RWV Women‘s Coffee - In-Person & Indoors at the Neighborhood House Senior Center

The Women’s Coffee will meet indoors in the Senior Center. Vaccination is required. Bring your vaccination card, mask and your beverage. We will follow any current masking guidelines established by the Senior Center or by the State.

There is parking at the back of the building. The door to the Senior Center is on the back of the building (near the parking lot) on the East side.

Click on this event for a Google Map showing the location of Senior Center and the parking area.
Wednesday
15
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Villages Clark County Book Club - In Person

Location: First Presbyterian Church, 4300 Main St, Vancouver

Hosted by Villages Clark County

June’s read is The Birchbark House Series by Louise Erdich.

Want to read ahead? We’ve selected "Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk" for July, and "Orwell’s Roses" for August. In September, bring your own book and tell us about it.
Wednesday
15
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. It is a great way to get acquainted and learn more about the Village. Please join us for general discussions, ideas, and community. Everyone welcome!

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

Please click on this event for a Google Map to the in-person meeting location.

Wednesday
15
Corner of N. Woolsey and N. Lombard in North Portland
12:30 PM
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Walk With North Star Villagers in Beautiful Columbia Park

Celebrate spring and make new friends with Wednesday walks along the paths of beautiful Columbia Park with North Star Village‘s Wednesday Walkers.

At just over 35 acres, beautiful Columbia Park in North Portland park is known for its mature (and very tall!) Douglas-firs and lindens that provide plenty of shade along its walking paths.

Meet Location: We’ll meet at 12:30 p.m. at the corner of N. Woolsey and N. Lombard to begin our walk. Stay as long as you want to; walk at your own pace as far as you want to.

There is no need to RSVP. Just come and enjoy walking and socializing with other villagers.

Click on this event for a link to a Google Map showing the meet-up location.


Thursday
16
Discussion online via Zoom
10:00 AM
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RWV Kanopy Movie Group Discussion

Movie this Month: Shoplifters (Japanese, 2018)

Drama film directed, written and edit by Hirokazu Kore-eda. The film is about a family that relies on shoplifting to cope with a life of poverty. Living on the margins of Toyoko this band of dysfunctional outsiders is united by fierce loyalty. When the young son is arrested secrets are exposed that upends their tenuous, below-the-radar existence. The film contemplates what makes a family, as well as poverty and shoplifting in Japan. It won the 2018 Palme d’Or and was a critical and commercial success as well as nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the Oscars and the Golden Globe.

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.
Thursday
16
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Thursday Happy Hour at Salvador Molly‘s Restaurant

Location: 1523 SW Sunset Blvd., Hillsdale

This Thursday, June 16, we are venturing out to Salvador Molly‘s in Hillsdale for happy hour. Come for the company and enjoy the spicy and vibrant dishes from The Caribbean, Hawaii, Baja, exotic Africa, Latin America, New Orleans and Asia.

Click on this links for a Google map of the restaurant location and the Happy Hour menu.

Friday
17
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Virtual Author Series - Hosted by Northeast Village PDX

June Author: Portland author Carolyn Wood is the second guest in our NEV Author Series. Carolyn first rose to fame when she won a gold medal in the Olympics at the tender age of 14. She has been an English teacher and writer for over 35 years. She will discuss her most recent book, "Class Notes: A Young Teacher‘s Lessons from Classroom to Kennedy Compound," the story of her journey going from a classroom to being a governess for the Kennedy family. Q & A to follow.

Beginning in May 2022, Northeast Village was pleased to announce that we will be hosting a series of virtual live presentations with Portland area authors. NEV member and avid book lover Joan Malling was inspired to create the series after watching a similar program aired from Paris that showcased authors discussing their work. She enlisted the support of her longtime friend and fellow Village member Roberta Dyer, former owner of Broadway Books. The two women collaborated in organizing the program that will run for several months over the remainder of the year.

Registration is required and the event is open to everyone.

Click on this event to register for the Virtual Author series presentation.
Friday
17
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Social 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
20
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
20
First United Methodist Church, Wesley Room
2:00 PM
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Viva Village Forum - Age Related Memory Changes - In-Person Talk

Where: First United Methodist Church, Wesley Room, 12555 SW 4th Street, Beaverton

Age-Related Memory Changes:
• Have you wondered about age-related memory changes?
• What’s typical?
• How do we recognize the warning signs of dementia?

Join us on June 20 to hear Maurie Salenger, community educator from the Alzheimer’s Association, talk to us about the Ten Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s. There will be plenty of opportunity to ask questions.

Come one, come all — open to all Villagers and the public at no charge!

*Viva Village is pleased to offer monthly Village Forums on the third Monday of every month at 2 pm. Check our calendar for future programs

RSVP recommended. Register via link or contact the Viva Village office: 503-746-5082 or vivavillageevents@gmail.com.

Click on this event for registration link and for Google map of event location.
Monday
20
West Hills Unitarian Universalist Fellowship - Coffee Room
2:30 PM
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RWV Art Club - In-Person meeting in a member‘s home. Please call Nancy Brown [503-369-2323] to RSVP and to get the address of the meeting.

June 20th meeting CANCELLED. Summer commitments and holidays have prompted the Art Club members to adjust their schedule to a single meeting each month in June and July. As a result, there will be no meeting on June 20 and the July meeting has been moved to Monday, July 11 at 2:30, to avoid the holiday on the 4th.

The Art Club gets together twice a month (except summer) to work on current projects, showcase new pieces and get feedback. Bring projects you are working on to share and get feedback from fellow Village artists.

Location: At a member‘s home; call Nancy Brown at 503-369-2323 for the location.

Please plan to wear a face mask.
Tuesday
21
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“Walk with Us” - CASEE Forest and Nature Trails and Wildlife Botanical Garden

Location: 11004 SW 149th St, Brush Prairie, Washington 98606

Hosted by Villages Clark County

CASEE Forest and Nature Trails in Brush Prairie are maintained by students at the Center for Agriculture, Science and Environmental Education. At 10:00 am we will walk the Woodland Trail. Bring a lunch. At 1:00 we will have a tour of the adjacent Wildlife Botanical Gardens, a demonstration garden for creating backyard wildlife habitats.

Click on this event for a Google map to this in-person event.
Wednesday
22
Multnomah Arts Center - Neighborhood House Senior Center
10:00 AM
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RWV Women‘s Coffee - In-Person & Indoors at the Neighborhood House Senior Center

The Women’s Coffee will meet indoors in the Senior Center. Vaccination is required. Bring your vaccination card, mask and your beverage. We will follow any current masking guidelines established by the Senior Center or by the State.

There is parking at the back of the building. The door to the Senior Center is on the back of the building (near the parking lot) on the East side.

Click on this event for a Google Map showing the location of Senior Center and the parking area.
Wednesday
22
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. It is a great way to get acquainted and learn more about the Village. Please join us for general discussions, ideas, and community. Everyone welcome!

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

Please click on this event for a Google Map to the in-person meeting location.

Wednesday
22
Corner of N. Woolsey and N. Lombard in North Portland
12:30 PM
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Walk With North Star Villagers in Beautiful Columbia Park

Celebrate spring and make new friends with Wednesday walks along the paths of beautiful Columbia Park with North Star Village‘s Wednesday Walkers.

At just over 35 acres, beautiful Columbia Park in North Portland park is known for its mature (and very tall!) Douglas-firs and lindens that provide plenty of shade along its walking paths.

Meet Location: We’ll meet at 12:30 p.m. at the corner of N. Woolsey and N. Lombard to begin our walk. Stay as long as you want to; walk at your own pace as far as you want to.

There is no need to RSVP. Just come and enjoy walking and socializing with other villagers.

Click on this event for a link to a Google Map showing the meet-up location.


Wednesday
22
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POSTPONED UNTIL JULY 27TH BECAUSE OF TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES

RWV Virtual Salon - AARP Driver Safety Overview (via Zoom)

Description: Bob Nix of AARP will join us to talk about the AARP Driver Safety programs, which offer a range of topics geared toward drivers, age 50+, with proven strategies and techniques to drive safer and longer as we deal with and adapt to changes in ourselves, vehicles, roadways and laws as we age.

Click on this event for information on how to join the Salon via Zoom!
Thursday
23
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Thursday Happy Hour at Raleigh Hills McMenamins Pub - In-person Indoors

Location: 4495 SW Scholls Ferry Rd, Portland

Pre-pandemic we spent many enjoyable afternoons at McMenamins Raleigh Hills Pub. We‘re going back ! Join us on Thursday, June 23rd at 4:00 PM.

The pub sits on land once owned by John & Margaret Patton (Patton Road) and later by the Fuhrer family whose son "Henry the Herdsman" spent 18 years working at Alpenrose Dairy. Henry owned one of the largest Swiss cowbell collections in the Pacific Northwest. He was well known for entertaining schoolchildren with his bells when they toured the dairy - and for teaching them to milk the cows.

Click on this links for a Google map of the restaurant location and the Happy Hour menu (Happy Hour menu available from 2-5 PM).

Friday
24
Neighborhood House Senior Center at Multnomah Arts Center
(Carpool location)
1:30 PM
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Leach Botanical Gardens - In Person

Where: Meet at the Multnomah Senior Center parking lot at 2:00 pm to carpool.

Our June garden tour is Leach Botanical Garden: a garden gem in outer SE Portland with features of rock, riparian, native, physic, and more.

Facemasks are recommended during your visit to the garden.

Admission is free, but donations are welcomed.

Contact Janet janetliu1@juno.com to reserve a seat for carpool, for the time to meet at the Garden if you don‘t carpool, and for more information.

Click on this event for a Google map to the Senior Center and for additional information.
Friday
24
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Social 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
27
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Men’s Coffee Break

Location: Ki Coffee, 4655 SW Griffith Drive #160, Beaverton 97005

Conversation and coffee.

Click on this event for Google map of location and information about Ki Coffee.

[No other information is available regarding this event.]
Monday
27
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.
Tuesday
28
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Online Viva Village Book Club - via Zoom

June’s selection is Cutting for Stone by Abraham Verghese.

RSVP to Viva Village at: vivavillageevents@gmail.com or 503-746-5082 to get the Zoom meeting link.

Click on this event for email address link.
Tuesday
28
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Implicit Bias Video and Discussion on Zoom

Hosted by North Star Village

Come join North Star Village for an educational video and discussion about Implicit Bias. You will learn about unconscious bias from a video created by the Oregon Court System. We all have unconscious biases but of course since they are unconscious, we may not be aware of them. This video provides a helpful view of how we can be aware of and keep unconscious biases from negatively affecting others. After the video, Mary Shepherd, Chair of North Star Village, will facilitate the discussion.

Click on this event for a Zoom link to the discussion.

Wednesday
29
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River West Volunteer Training - via Zoom

[Training repeats at 3:30PM today - Wednesday, June 29th.]

Volunteers are the heart and soul of River West Village. RWV wouldn‘t exist without the volunteers that perform the many online and in-person services we provide to older adults in our community that help them stay in their own homes as they age. As Audrey Hepburn said: "As you grow older, you will find you have two hands - one for helping yourself, the other for helping others."

You are invited to join our stellar group of existing volunteers in helping older adults in Southwest Portland have the help they need to remain in their homes. Whether doing light maintenance around the house or yard, driving folks to a medical appointment, assisting members to connect socially with others (and attend RWV online and in-person social events), or helping with the administrative aspects of our non-profit village, capable volunteers are always welcomed!

If you are interested in exploring volunteer opportunities with River West, please click on this event for more information.

Also, visit the "About RWV" and "Get Involved" sections of this website to learn more about what we do for older adults and information about volunteering with us.
Wednesday
29
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. It is a great way to get acquainted and learn more about the Village. Please join us for general discussions, ideas, and community. Everyone welcome!

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

Please click on this event for a Google Map to the in-person meeting location.

Wednesday
29
Multnomah Arts Center - Neighborhood House Senior Center
10:00 AM
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RWV Women‘s Coffee - In-Person & Indoors at the Neighborhood House Senior Center

The Women’s Coffee will meet indoors in the Senior Center. Vaccination is required. Bring your vaccination card, mask and your beverage. We will follow any current masking guidelines established by the Senior Center or by the State.

There is parking at the back of the building. The door to the Senior Center is on the back of the building (near the parking lot) on the East side.

Click on this event for a Google Map showing the location of Senior Center and the parking area.
Wednesday
29
Corner of N. Woolsey and N. Lombard in North Portland
12:30 PM
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Walk With North Star Villagers in Beautiful Columbia Park

Celebrate spring and make new friends with Wednesday walks along the paths of beautiful Columbia Park with North Star Village‘s Wednesday Walkers.

At just over 35 acres, beautiful Columbia Park in North Portland park is known for its mature (and very tall!) Douglas-firs and lindens that provide plenty of shade along its walking paths.

Meet Location: We’ll meet at 12:30 p.m. at the corner of N. Woolsey and N. Lombard to begin our walk. Stay as long as you want to; walk at your own pace as far as you want to.

There is no need to RSVP. Just come and enjoy walking and socializing with other villagers.

Click on this event for a link to a Google Map showing the meet-up location.


Wednesday
29
More Info
Less Info

River West Volunteer Training - via Zoom

Volunteers are the heart and soul of River West Village. RWV wouldn‘t exist without the volunteers that perform the many online and in-person services we provide to older adults in our community that help them stay in their own homes as they age. As Audrey Hepburn said: "As you grow older, you will find you have two hands - one for helping yourself, the other for helping others."

You are invited to join our stellar group of existing volunteers in helping older adults in Southwest Portland have the help they need to remain in their homes. Whether doing light maintenance around the house or yard, driving folks to a medical appointment, assisting members to connect socially with others (and attend RWV online and in-person social events), or helping with the administrative aspects of our non-profit village, capable volunteers are always welcomed!

If you are interested in exploring volunteer opportunities with River West, please click on this event for more information.

Also, visit the "About RWV" and "Get Involved" sections of this website to learn more about what we do for older adults and information about volunteering with us.