Using Dr. Robin DiAngelo’s book "What Does It Mean to be White?: Developing White Racial Literacy" to encourage personal reflection and conversation, this study group is a first step to open up conversations about whiteness, white privilege, and racism.
Please note: This calendar shows activities organized or sponsored by the PNA (including the Greenwood Senior Center). It does not include activities organized by other community members, groups, or businesses renting space at the centers.
COVID-19 Information: All in-person activities are subject to change, cancellation, or attendance requirements in accordance with current CDC, State, and County guidelines. Please check back frequently and read our current COVID-19 guidelines and protocols here.
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Through 12/23 - Let’s fill stockings with joy! Our annual Giving Tree (and tags) are virtual this year. Our partners are still distributing toys, clothing, and other requested items to the kids and families they serve. Especially in these challenging times, we’re excited to be able to help more than 400 people in need receive a little comfort and joy this holiday season.
Join Sean Tyler, DPT from Salmon Bay Physical Therapy for a discussion on balance and vertigo, and the treatment of these issues through physical therapy. Register: [email protected]
The Phinney Center Will be closed for Winter Break December 24- January 3.
The Greenwood Senior Center will not be offering online activities during winter break, Dec 24-Jan 3.