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Pinochle Single Deck
Fun in Fusion Belly Dancing
Fun in Fusion
PORT TOWNSEND AERO MUSEUM
The Port Townsend Aero Museum preserves aviation history in the Pacific Northwest. This collection includes a variety of antique and classic airplanes. The tour of the facility will give you a glimpse into the restoration projects the museum produces in-house. The Aero Museum is a very well established airplane museum, displaying more than just airplanes. Their world-class aviation art collection provides a stunning survey of military and civil flight history. Spanning the full second story walkway of the museum, this art gallery is a must to see! They also display an extensive model collection. Lunch (on your own) will be at the Spruce Goose Cafe. After lunch you will have time to browse shops in downtown Port Townsend.
$29 M, $34 AM, $45 NM Depart 9:30 AM TA DL 3/7
PASC ST PATRICK'S DAY LOBBY PARTYFriday, March 15 11:30 AM - 1 PM
Join us for a Shamrockin' Good Time! Enjoy a delightful spread of goodies Sponsored by Meldrum Insurance. Join us for laughter and the luck of the Irish! Let's celebrate the spirit of St. Patrick's Day together! Don't forget to wear your green and join in the festivities!
Sponsored by Meldrum Insurance
PAINT & SIPMonday, March 18th
4:30 - 6:40 PM, $35 per person
Join us for a creative escape at an upcoming Paint & Sip class. Unleash your inner artist as you craft a vibrant floral crocus masterpiece, guided by the talented instructor, Monica Quarto. Grab your friends and enjoy an evening of artistic expression, herbal teas, laughter, and a touch of relaxation – no experience required!
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VOLUNTEER HOSPICE DEATH CAFE "TEA TO DIE FOR"Wednesday, March 27, 4 to 5:30 PM
Volunteer Hospice (VHOCC) is continuing in-person Death Cafe meetings at the Senior Center. In collaboration with the Senior Center, these informal facilitated discussions are called "Tea To Die For", and are held at teatime, from 4 to 5:30 pm, on the 4th Wednesday of every month. They provide attendees the opportunity to discuss topics related to the end of life, death, dying, and the grieving process. For more information, call 360.452.1511. Please be advised that these are open discussions, and they are not grief support or counseling sessions.