Please note event locations:
Unless otherwise specified, call the following numbers to register or RSVP for an event.
PC= Events at Phinney Center: Call 206.783.2244 or register online
GSC=Events at Greenwood Senior Center: Call 206.297.0875
To see more events hosted at the Greenwood Senior Center, click here.
2/16 – Thursday
Difficult Conversations Series:
Unlisted: A Story of Schizophrenia Movie and Discussion
6:30-8:30 pm. PC Blue Building. Free.
Why do we see so many severely mentally ill people on the street off treatment? Delaney has seen her paranoid schizophrenic father in this state and for 10 years hid from him. Unlisted depicts Delaney's journey, now as a doctor, to bring her father back into her life. Following the movie, Katie Mahoney, MSW, Program Coordinator for the National Association of Mental Illness (NAMI) Seattle, will lead participants in a discussion exploring the themes of mental illness, family, and the nature of personal and societal responsibility. RSVP at 206.297.0875 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seattle Folklore Society presents world renowned Irish fiddle player Frankie Gavin
7:30 pm. PC Brick Building, Community Hall.
Frankie was a founding member of the legendary Irish traditional band De Dannan, and has played for four Presidents, starting at age seven; plus in the Guinness Book of World Records he is the fastest fiddler. Tickets are at Brown Paper Tickets, and more info is at seafolklore.org.
2/22 – Wednesday
Difficult Conversations Series: Mental Health Symposium
1:30-3 pm. GSC. Free. RSVP: 206.297.0875.
Nearly 1 in 5 Americans are affected by mental health conditions every year, yet as a society we often do not understand or deal well with the impacts of these illnesses.
Join representatives from National Alliance on Mental Illness, an In Our Own Voice presentation, Compass Housing, and family caregiver and advocate, to discuss myths and facts about this health epidemic, issues surrounding resources and public policy, and how we can help.
2/25 – Saturday
Village Volunteer Training
10 am -12 pm. GSC. Free.
The Village is looking for volunteers! Village volunteers provide services like transportation, help with small projects in and around the home, and social interaction. Make a difference in how your neighbors choose to age! Volunteering is easy and flexible. To attend this training please email or call email@example.com or 206.789.1217.
2/25 – Saturday
27th Annual PNA Wine Taste
7-10 pm. PC Blue Building. $25/ Members, $30/Public, $10/Designated Driver
Compare terrific northwest wines while socializing with friends and neighbors. Includes ten tastes of wine and appetizers. Wines are available for purchase at our wine store – an important part of this fundraising event. Thank you to presenting sponsor Ken’s Market. Get tickets and see a list of participating wineries »