Interested in how to age in place or looking for a volunteer opportunity? Come learn more about Villages Clark County! This non-profit organization’s goal is to help seniors stay in their homes by offering assistance with chores, errands, social activities and more.
This presentation if part of a mini-series Next Chapter of Life sponsored by Battle Ground Public Library on select Saturdays
Want to learn a different way to live comfortably in your older years?
Come to learn about the ‘up and coming’ philosophy of living well in your own place for as long a possible. Villages Clark County is a membership organization that seeks to involve you in Neighbors Helping Neighbors Stay Neighbors.
Learn how you can be part of a growing movement in the Portland Metro area of empowered individuals who customize their ‘life well lived’.
Tuesday March 27th, MEET UP in front of Who Song and Larry’s, restaurant.
Join us for a walk along the Renaissance Trail. We only plan to walk a portion of the trail. From I-5 Bridge to Beaches Restaurant and back about 3 miles. We don’t walk fast! We enjoy the view and each other’s company. Find out what a friendly bunch of folks we are!
LUNCH IS OPTIONAL: Warehouse 23 is at the end of our walk – you are welcome to join us for lunch.
The Waterfront Renaissance Trail connects Esther Short Park in downtown Vancouver with Wintler Park along a paved five-mile long riverfront trail perfect for walking, jogging, biking or rollerblading. With gorgeous views of the I-5 and I-205 bridges and Mount Hood, this trail is a west Vancouver stunner. We will begin our walk near the I-5 Bridge and go east to Beaches Restaurant and the return west ending up at Warehouse 23 for lunch.
Be sure to have a windbreaker and comfortable shoes
We are a PROGRAM to help you live the way you want
NOT a PLACE to live the way others want you to!
We are a membership non-profit that is planning to OPEN this year. Come learn the details you need to help you to become part of our community of friends who about and seek to support one another. We are Neighbors Helping Neighbors Stay Neighbors.
Do you want to be empowered to customize your future?
Do you want to stay in your home and neighborhood as long as possible?
Then come to learn all about Villages Clark County – Neighbors Helping Neighbors Stay Neighbors.
Public Meetings held throughout Clark County – watch for dates here
Cost: Parking approx. $1.25/hr and Clark County Historical Museum admission is $4.00 (seniors) Lunch extra
- 9am: Meet up location: Northeast corner of 6th & Washington – near the Park & Go Parking Garage Lot #18.
- Public Art Walk – get a map
- Walk on 6th Street west to Esther Short Park area then around park leaving by
- Walk East on 8th street to Main Street
- Walk North on Main Street to Clark County Historical Museum -(by 11AM opening)
- Lunch at ? Brick House or La Bogetta, (click to see menus)
- Return to 6th & Washington or wherever you parked.
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