River West Village Events

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December 2020 Public Events

Men’s and Women’s Coffees
Every Wednesday, 10:00 am
The men solve the problems of the world, discuss current events, sports and other topics of interest. 

Men’s Coffee
GoToMeeting Access Code:  269-628-645
Link to the Meeting:  https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/269628645
Attend by Phone:  1-669-224-3412

The women discuss a wide range of topics of common interest – and occasionally talk a little about Village activities and business.
Women’s Coffee
GoToMeeting Access Code: 504-084-341
Link to the Meeting:  https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/504084341
Attend by Phone: 1-646-749-3122

Virtual Happy Hour
Every Friday, 4:00 pm
Curl up beside the fireplace with your computer , tablet or smartphone – and your favorite beverage and snack – for happy hour via GoToMeeting.
Friday Happy Hour
Access Code: 952-091-861
United States: +1 (646) 749-3122

Casserole Meet Featuring the River West Players
Thursday, December 3, 3:00 pm

We are excited to bring to our Villagers the premier performance (via Zoom) of the River West Players/Readers
This is a short one-act play written and performed by River West Villagers:
John Donnelly, Playwright
Joan Glassel, Actor/Reader
John Dougherty, Actor/Reader/Technical Producer
Contact River West Village, 971-266-3187 or info@riverwestvillage.org, for the Zoom link.

River West Salon: Undoing Ageism
Wednesday, December 9, 12:30 pm
This month we will be continuing our conversation with Jennifer Sasser, Ph.D., an educational gerontologist and community activist who serves as part-time faculty in the Portland Community College Gerontology Program.
Contact River West Village, 971-266-3187 or info@riverwestvillage.org, for the Zoom link.

Sweet Bean: River West Kanopy Movie Discussion Group
Thursday, December 17, 10:00 am.
The manager of a pancake stall finds himself confronted with an odd but sympathetic elderly woman looking for work.  A taste of her homemade jelly convinces him to hire her, which starts a relationship that is about much more than just street food.  A warm fuzzy that looks at isolation, ageism and ignorance.

Watch: When you choose, via Kanopy, which is free through the Multnomah or Washington County Libraries. Local libraries have the DVD & the novel: Sweet Bean Paste.

To sign up for Kanopy:   Kanopy is free with your Multnomah or Washington County library card. On the Multnomah County Library website, go to the blue toolbar and click on E-Books and More. From the dropdown menu, select E-Books and More. Kanopy is the first listing under Streaming Media. Click on Kanopy and follow instructions. For Washington County, go to the toolbar at the top and choose Digital Library. Then select Kanopy and follow the directions.

Contact River West Village, 971-266-3187 or info@riverwestvillage.org, for the Zoom link.

Because of the COVID-19 crisis and the associated social distancing guidelines, many Village events are now being held virtually.

Please go to the River West Village website for more information.


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