The Power of Community: Connecting to the Future
Join us to honor older adults in our community with
the 10th Annual Power of Community campaign.
Main event: Thursday, October 14. 12-1 pm. Streaming live online.
Celebrate National Senior Center Month in September with interactive opportunities starting September 14.
Learn how the PNA creates connections and builds resiliency, inspiring the well-being of older adults in our community.
Participate in the 10th Annual Power of Community campaign finale event on October 14, streaming live online.
Jim is a speaker, facilitator, author, and activator. Jim served as the first director of Seattle’s Department of Neighborhoods. He now assists associations and agencies in support of caring, inclusive, and powerful communities. Kavan is co-founder and editor of ChangingAging.org and an entrepreneur and long-term care reform advocate committed to promoting the equality, sustainability, health and well-being of people of all ages.
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Help us celebrate National Senior Center Month with these activities!
Did you know September is National Senior Center month? As we lead up to the Power of Community event, we’re hoping you’ll join us for a few events throughout the month at the Greenwood Senior Center to see what we’re up to.
Call to register for any of these events (space is limited to keep capacity to safe levels; masks and vaccinations are required at the Greenwood Senior Center).
Grand Re-Opening Party and Open House
Tuesday, Sept. 14, 1-4 pm. Free.
Join us as we celebrate the culmination of a decade-long process to take over ownership of our building from the city with cake, rides on the new lift, and 15 minutes tours.
Call 206.297.0875 to register a time.
Humanities WA Talk: How Audio Technology Changed the World – with KUOW’s Ross Reynolds
Wednesday, Sept. 15, 1-2 pm. Free.
Veteran broadcaster and KUOW personality Ross Reynolds explores the impact that audio transmission has had on society and storytelling, beginning with the first century of radio up to the modern age of audiobooks, internet streaming, podcasts, and smart speakers.
Wednesday, Sept. 29. 12 pm. $5 donation.
What better way to build community than over a shared meal? We offer a community lunch three days a week and would love to open our doors to folks who haven’t been before. Adults of all ages are welcome and encouraged to join us!
Space is limited; RSVP by Sept. 28 at 206.297.0875
Local Author Talk with Susanna Ryan: Seattle Walk Report
Wednesday, Oct 13, 1-2 pm. Free.
Instagram sensation and author of two books, Susanna Ryan, AKA Seattle Walk Report, lovingly illustrates the charming and quirky people, places, and things that define Seattle’s neighborhoods. Susanna will visit us to talk about her very popular comic and the thousands of miles that she has walked since beginning this project.
Thank you to our sponsors!