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Our vibrant programming is the gateway through which members gain empowering information, share experiences, and develop a deep sense of belonging to the community. At a time when older adults may find their social networks shrinking, San Francisco Village programs offer opportunities to expand. Programs are continually evolving, reflecting the interests and requests of our dynamic membership, and generally fall into one of six categories: Healthy Aging, Express Yourself, Member-Led, Connections Across Generations, Navigating Today’s World, and Exploring San Francisco.

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LGBT Circle

2/22/2019 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM PT

Our next get together will be on Friday, February 22nd, from 1:00 to 3:00 PM at San Francisco Village, 3220 Fulton St. In this new year, we would like to take the LGBT circle to the next level - and spend this month's meeting exploring our personal narratives and deepening our connections. Please come prepared to share memories of your youth, as well as the process of growing older and how being LGBT has played a part in your life. If you like, please bring a piece of memorabilia to share with the circle. This may be a photo, piece of art or jewelry, a letter from a loved one, or anything of that nature. Each person will have approximately 10 minutes to talk. Bill Haskell will help to facilitate our meeting this month. In addition, we would also like to hear from our LGBT circle members about event ideas and direction in 2019. Please RSVP to Jill Ellefsen - jill@sfvillage.org 415-387-1375x2. Everyone welcome.

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