Community News & Opportunities
Take a Trishaw Ride This Summer
Tuesday, Aug. 15, from 9 a.m. to noon on Alki
To register, contact Storey Squires: email@example.com
“Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of riding a bike,” John F. Kennedy said.
That still holds true today no matter one’s age!
Thanks to our friends at Providence Mount St. Vincent, Senior Center members and friends are invited to take a ride on one of their unique trishaw bikes this summer on Alki. Guests sit on a comfortable seat while being pedaled by a volunteer.
Through grant funding facilitated by LeadingAge of Washington, the Mount received three of these specialized electric bikes and one wheelchair accessible unit through a program called Cycling without Age, which began in Denmark in 2012.
The team at Cycling Without Age knows that a lifelong love of cycling shouldn’t be deterred by one’s physical abilities or age.
We are also looking for volunteers to pedal the bikes. Contact Storey Squires at firstname.lastname@example.org
Two Program from the University of Washington
Knee Osteoarthritis Study
The University of Washington is seeking people to participate in an exercise and education program for older adults with knee osteoarthritis. The PACIFIC Study tests whether exercise plus educational classes on aging and health or behavioral health can improve your ability to move and reduce pain. Contact: email@example.com or 206-685-2082. Learn more at pacificstudy.uw.edu.
Activity & Mood Study
Seniors are invited to see if they are eligible for a nine-week virtual program, “Do More, Feel Better.” This University of Washington program is based on research showing that increasing participation in pleasurable and rewarding activities can improve mood and outlook. Eligible participants will receive up to $130. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-616-2129.