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Art in the Parks: Outdoor Watercolor Workshop

Join other older adults for a free, 3-week, outdoor painting workshop, with GenPride and Seattle Parks and Recreation’s Rainbow Recreation! Explore watercolor as a medium to bring color, life, and feeling into every painting, while focusing on the little things that provide meaning and delight. Take time to notice what is beautiful and brings you strength. Register for this free workshop below, then bring to […]

Free
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Strength & Balance

Zoom

Join us for this 40-minute movement-based class that integrates full-body strength, balance, and core-strengthening exercises. For more information on this program visit https://genprideseattle.org/online/#health-wellness Exercises will focus on strengthening the major muscle groups of the body in vertical and horizontal positions for strength and challenging our static and dynamic balance.  In this virtually-taught class, we will use our own body weight using a chair for balance for […]

Free
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Seattle LGBTQIA+ Alzheimer’s & Dementia Caregiver Support Group

Zoom

The group is for those who are unpaid or family caregivers for someone who is living with dementia. A free, online support group. Third Tuesday of each month 6:30-8 p.m. Build a support system with people who understand.  Alzheimer’s Association® support groups, conducted by trained facilitators, are a safe place for the care partners of people living with dementia to: • Develop a support system. […]

Free
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Powerful Tools for Caregiving Class

Are you caring for a loved one with significant health issues? GenPride is offering a Powerful Tools for Caregivers class, starting August 17th. This ONLINE 6-week class is designed to help caregivers grow their skills to take better care of themselves, access the resources that they need, and connect with other caregivers in our community. This has been a very challenging time for all of […]

Free

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