Submitted by the Orcas Senior Center
The Orcas Senior Center has several upcoming events starting in April.
“The Older the Vine, the Sweeter the Wine.”
Join us on April 7 at 2 p.m. for Seniors Have Talent, a fun-filled event at the Orcas Senior Center. The show is a combination of energy and talent from the elder community including local favorites Martin Lund, Ron Myers, and the OSC Ukulele Group. Tickets can be purchased for $15 in advance at Darvill’s Bookstore and Orcas Senior Center, or online at orcasseniors.org.
Doe Bay Cafe welcomes local and regional talent to Open Mic Night every Thursday from 7:30-10 p.m. in April. Doe Bay will donate a portion of sales from the event to the senior center. Bring your talents and your appetite for an evening of belly laughs, sparkling views and good food at an early performance on Thursday, April 18 at 6:30 p.m. The event is free and dishes range between $8 and $18.
Experiences with Earthwatch Institute
Experience is not required; curiosity is. The Earthwatch Institute is an international organization that matches scientific research with volunteers who assist the principal investigator in accomplishing the goals of the research. Earthwatch Institute has been working since 1971 all over the world mixing science with hope and progress. The projects involve branches of scientific field work such as animal behavior, archeology, anthropology, botany, geology, zoology and other areas, including natural history and climate change. Join Don and Sandi McVay as they describe some of their observations as volunteers on several different teams on Wednesday, April 3 at 1 p.m. at the Orcas Senior Center as part of the ongoing lecture series “Meeting of the Minds.”