Personal Growth & Philosophy

  • Recompose Talk

    Recompose Talk

    Washington State recently became the first in the nation to allow composting as an alternative to cremation and traditional burial. Katrina Spade, founder and CEO of benefit corporation Recompose, will talk about this dramatically new, environmentally friendly option for death care. ...

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  • Collage for Wellbeing: Sanctuary

    Collage for Wellbeing: Sanctuary

    Collage is a powerful medium for self-expression that is accessible to all of us—no artistic experience needed!...

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  • Movie and Discussion: Living with Memory Loss: In Our Own Words

    Movie and Discussion: Living with Memory Loss: In Our Own Words

    Join us to watch a documentary created at the Greenwood Senior Center, featuring participants of The Gathering Place, an early-stage memory loss program. Following the movie, Social Worker Carin Mack will lead participants in a discussion exploring the themes of stigma, friendship and understanding. ...

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  • Aging With Pride – UW Study Talk

    Aging With Pride – UW Study Talk

    The landmark study Aging with Pride: National Health, Aging, and Sexuality/Gender Study is the first federally-funded longitudinal national project designed to better understand the aging, health, and well-being of LGBTQ midlife and older adults and their families. Come hear from the UW team responsible for this study and bring your questions about their groundbreaking research. ...

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  • Aging Your Way

    Aging Your Way

    Fridays, 1-3 pm, May 17 through May 31 We tend to plan medically and financially and for special activities as we age. But what about how you really want to live? What about all those ideas family and friends have about how you “should” age? Marguerite Langlois will guide you through making specific personal plans, include alternatives, and […]...

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  • Aging Mastery Program

    Aging Mastery Program

    Every Wednesday, 3/27 – 5-29, 6:30-8 pm This program, created by the National Council on Aging, and presented by the City of Seattle, incorporates evidence-based materials, expert speakers, group discussion, peer support, and real rewards to give participants the skills and tools they need to achieve measurable improvements in managing their health, remaining economically secure, […]...

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  • Aging Your Way

    Aging Your Way

    Fridays, 1-3 pm, May 17 through May 31 We tend to plan medically and financially and for special activities as we age. But what about how you really want to live? What about all those ideas family and friends have about how you “should” age? Marguerite Langlois will guide you through making specific personal plans, include alternatives, and […]...

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  • No Place for Hate: Teaching Tolerance

    No Place for Hate: Teaching Tolerance

    Wed, 5/23. An opportunity to come together and learn skills and tools to promote equality, inclusiveness, and equity in our community. Based on the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Teaching Tolerance Project....

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  • Aging Mastery Program

    Aging Mastery Program

    Every Wednesday, 3/27 – 5-29, 6:30-8 pm This program, created by the National Council on Aging, and presented by the City of Seattle, incorporates evidence-based materials, expert speakers, group discussion, peer support, and real rewards to give participants the skills and tools they need to achieve measurable improvements in managing their health, remaining economically secure, […]...

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  • Aging Your Way

    Aging Your Way

    Fridays, 1-3 pm, May 17 through May 31 We tend to plan medically and financially and for special activities as we age. But what about how you really want to live? What about all those ideas family and friends have about how you “should” age? Marguerite Langlois will guide you through making specific personal plans, include alternatives, and […]...

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