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Life’s Most Dangerous Game
With Dr. Bill Thomas


Friday, May 22, 7-8:30 p.m.
Seattle Public Library, Microsoft Auditorium, 1000 4th Ave
Seattle, WA 98104


Suggested $25 donation:
All proceeds go to benefit Seattle Village members: PNA Village, NEST Village and Wider Horizons Village



“Everything we think we know about getting older is wrong,” says Dr. Bill Thomas. “We are being manipulated and misled by a cult-like devotion to youth and speed. It’s time we shake ourselves out of the misery of aging and repurpose and restore the wonders and integrity of the second half of our lives.”

Dr. Thomas, a Harvard educated physician and author of the book Second Wind: Navigating the Passage to a Slower, Deeper, and More Connected Life, believes that society has twisted things around and created a diminished and demeaning picture of age and aging.


“Aging is better now than it has ever been in history. The problem is that our society has a deeply flawed idealization with youth, and we’ve forgotten how to age with grace, style, and purpose.”


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PNA Village Program Empowers People

Membership in the Phinney Neighborhood Association's PNA Village Program empowers people to remain in their homes and neighborhoods while staying active and engaged as they age.

Call 206.789.1217 to join!


The PNA Village encompasses three primary program areas:


Network of Helpers - help with small tasks and larger projects from neighborly volunteers. All PNA Village staff and volunteers submit to a background check. Examples of help might include yard maintenance, minor home repairs, transportation or shopping assistance, or help with pets. PNA Village members may also serve in a volunteer capacity, sharing their abilities with other village members.


Information & Referrals - assistance in finding the resources to meet your changing needs, including a preferred vendor list, each vendor having been vetted by the PNA Village based on adopted PNA Village standards. Examples might include plumbers, electricians, painters, dog walkers, tech support or lawn mowing services. Selection of the service provider and payment for the service is the responsibility of the member.


Community Building Activities - programs and events to help village members stay connected to their community while making new friends. Examples might include conversation groups, educational programs, information about issues of concern to members, or book and movie discussions.


Services are provided by PNA staff and community volunteers, including PNA Village members.


Use the links on the left to learn more about the PNA Village.


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Attention drivers and individuals with maintenance experience! Village Members have been requesting drivers for business hour appointments, as well as assistance with household repairs. If you are available to drive during the weekday or have experience with minor maintenance and repair jobs, please contact us at or 206.789.1217 to become a volunteer. If you are already a volunteer and are interested in these openings, please let us know.


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