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February 5, 2021

Equal access to vaccinations 
Click on the video link above for a weekly greeting
from Priscilla Call Essert, Executive Director.

Photo Contest

"Nonprofit Strong"

We’re friends, right?  So, we can ask you a little favor?

We’ve entered a photo into a contest hosted by Nonprofits Insurance Alliance, and we need your vote! 

This year’s theme is “Nonprofit Strong” and the challenge: to submit a photo showing how we supported our community this past year. We decided to keep it on the light-hearted side.


If you have a moment from now until Feb. 7, please click the link below to cast your vote. 

Vote Here: Photo Contest

In-person On-Going Classes and Events

To register and for more information,
click on the picture.

Virtual Breaking Down Meditation Barriers

What is Meditation? What are the different forms? How can Meditation help me with pain, stress, sleep, bring happiness into my life? If you ask yourself any of these questions, join Jacqueline for a "guided" presentation exploring Meditation.
Friday, February 5 •5:00 to 5:30
FREE
Register Here: Breaking Down Meditation Barriers

Virtual Learn to Draw with an Artist's Eye

with Jaye Hays

Based on Betty Edward’s book "Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain," this class will help you access the creative aspect within that supports your ability to draw, and build the confidence in your ability that helps to keep you drawing. This six-week course will introduce you to contour drawing, help you to refine your sketches, and then move on to final drawings.
This is a no-pressure class that supports your desire to learn to draw, with suggestions and tips to assist you in solving problems that all artists face.
Tuesdays, February 16 through March 23  • 10:30 to 12:00

Members $60.00 / Non-members $120.00
Register Here: Learn to Draw

In-Person Jun Shin Jyutsu

Jin Shin Jyutsu is the art of releasing tensions through self-healing acupressure. Learn simple hand & finger techniques to use on yourself which support the immune system, stimulate circulation, release pain & tension, and bring peace of mind.  Wear comfortable clothing and prepare to have fun!
Wednesday, February 17 • 1:00 to 2:00
Members $10.00 / Non-members $20.00
Register Here: Jin Shin Jyutsu

Virtual Vintage House Book Club

Join the Book Club and meet the Author

Join us as we start the new year off with something light and fun! "The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper" by Phaedra Patrick is the story of a lovable widower who embarks on a life-changing adventure. Several copies are available at Readers Books and we will also have library copies available here at Vintage House for you to borrow.  The club culminates with a facilitated discussion with the author via Zoom.
Thursday, February 23 • 11:00
FREE for Members
Register Here: Vintage House Book Club

In-Person Posture Workshop

Carol Allison is back for this one-time event. In this workshop, you'll learn simple techniques and exercises to improve your posture, stabilize your balance, and strengthen your back and core. No equipment needed; you can do the suggested exercises easily at home. Handouts provided. 
Wednesday, February 24 • 10:00 to 11:000
Members $15.00 / Non-members $30.00
Register Here: Posture Workshop

In-Person Zoom One-on-One Help

Want to meet up with your family, take a class, or strengthen your Zoom skills? Mary is here to help you navigate the new virtual world of classes, family gatherings, doctor appointments, and meetings. Bring your laptop or use one of ours. 
Friday, February 26 • 1:30 to 2:15 or 2:30 to 3:15
Free
Register Here: Zoom One-on-One Help

Virtual On-Going Classes

To register and for more information,
click on the picture. 

Welcome to the House



The following members joined us in January. 

Sharon Somogyi
Alyce & James Moore
Barbara & Al Silva
Ken Roberts & Gary Goodwin
Meghan Leerskov & Paul Spadaro
Patty Fukami & Jack Ewing
www.vintagehouse.org/membership

RESOURCES

Vintage House Delivers.

Vintage House Delivers program is here to help you by connecting your shopping list, or prescription pick up, to a volunteer shopper. Click here for frequently asked questions, click on the delivery request button below, or give us a call, 707.996.0311.
Click Here: Delivery Request
AARP Tax-Aide.
 
The AARP Foundation's Tax-Aide program does tax return preparation, including electronic filing, at no cost to taxpayers in person, online, and by email. For more information, click on the button below or call 707.327.2401.
Click Here: AARP Tax-Aide
Shop and Support.
 
With no additional fees, your Amazon purchases can result in money for our programs and services.  Log in to smile.amazon.com every time you shop Amazon and designate Vintage House as your charity of choice.  Thank you for your support!
Click Here: Amazon Smile
Vintage House Cares.
 
We're here to help.  During this time of crisis please consider a tax-deductible donation to support all that Vintage House is doing to address the needs of seniors in our community. We need each other now more than ever before. Thank You. 
Click here: Donate Now
Connect.
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Vintage House Legacy Giving
Investing in Vintage House benefits us all. We could not accomplish our goals without the support, involvement, and enthusiasm of our members, teachers, and community partners. Vintage House is partially funded by:
and Generous Donors Like You!
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