Learn the basics of the newest version of Windows in this 4-part workshop. Find out how to navigate the desktop, use the start menu, and move files with Windows Explorer. We’ll also talk about the basics of email and web browsers and how to use them to their full potential. With Samuel Wells, Founder of Keep Calm Seattle.
Did you know that cardiac arrest is the 3rd leading cause of death in King County and stroke is the 5th? Come learn how to be prepared in case someone near you experiences this health event. King County Emergency Medical Services and the University of Washington Public Health undergraduate capstone students are providing this free one-hour workshop to teach how to perform “hands-only” CPR (no mouth-to-mouth resuscitation). You’ll also learn how to identify stroke symptoms and what happens when you call 9-1-1.
Come dressed to move.
Space is limited. Online registration required beginning August 1, 10am.
Did you know that cardiac arrest is the 3rd leading cause of death in King County and stroke is the 5th? Come learn how to help someone you love. This free one-hour workshop will teach how to perform “hands-only” CPR, how to identify stroke symptoms, and what happens when you call 9-1-1.
Come dressed to move.
Space is limited. Registration required.
Carly Gauche, Au.D. and Catherine Leblond, Au.D. are both clinical Audiologists from Northwest Otolaryngology. They work alongside Otolaryngologists and are trained to perform hearing and balance diagnostic testing as well as fit hearing devices. They will be discussing overall hearing health including: hearing loss, hearing aids, assistive listening devices and accessories, as well as communication strategies.
Wedgewood Presbyterian Church
8008 35th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98115
Free to attend and Light snacks and drinks will be served. Please call 206-361-2758 x103 to reserve your spot.
Frederick Law Olmsted, his two sons and the Olmsted Bros. landscape architecture firm left a huge imprint across all of America, in both urban and rural settings. This combination film screening and public lecture will detail that legacy, in words and images. Portland based public historian and writer/producer Laurence Cotton originated and served as Consulting Producer of the 2014 PBS special “Frederick Law Olmsted: Designing America.” The film is a full biographic treatment of Olmsted’s life and career. It will present the case that Olmsted’s role in late 19th Century America extends well beyond his storied public parks…and it details the stories behind the creation of several of those key landscapes. A lecture by Mr. Cotton follows the film, which will be shown in its entirety.
The Academy for Lifelong Learning (ALL) offers adults an opportunity to learn and inspire continued intellectual growth. Programs include traditional liberal arts and sciences topics with an emphasis on interdisciplinary exploration, utilizing formats that encourage discussion and exchange of knowledge. Programs are open to all interested adults, regardless of age or educational background. With that in mind, you are invited to join us for a preview event that showcases ALL’s upcoming fall and winter programming, with a brief overview of diverse courses taught by expert faculty and a variety of leisure excursions. The event is free and open to the public, with no registration required. Doors open at 12:30 p.m., with time for refreshments and socializing. ALL brings together an incredible community of curious minds. For more information, visit wwu.edu/ALL. Please plan to join us!
Collage and assemblage are both fun ways of exploring how different materials might be put together creatively, incorporating images into a brand new visual form. Learn these striking art forms with the help of a local artist! (Feathers, photographs, greeting cards, stamps, textured fabrics, old sheet music, fancy papers, magazines, and small found objects like stones, shells, buttons, or puzzle pieces to share are all greatly appreciated.)
Advance registration required.
Sign up to talk with a Financial Adviser in a private, no cost/no obligation appointment. If you have concerns about outliving your money, paying for long-term care and/or leaving something for your loved ones, this is your chance to get professional advice. Elizabeth Gray is an Investment Adviser Representative and an Independent Insurance Agent. Elizabeth is ready to help you!
Advance registration required.
The Issaquah Senior Center in partnership with King County Library System and Era Living invites you to come learn from retirement experts who will share best practices and guidelines to help you make the most of your next chapter.
Space is limited. Please register by calling the Senior Center at 425.392.2381 by September 6.
Retiring soon? Already there? How will you make your money last? Will you have enough to enjoy your golden years? What about the kids and grandkids—do you want to provide for them? These are some of the questions we’ll talk about in this fun and informative seminar. Whether you have a lot or not so much, learn some tips and strategies for giving yourself more peace of mind about your finances.
Advance registration appreciated.