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October 1, 2022 is International Day of Older Persons


This day is an annual observance by the United Nations, first begun in 1991.

+ U.N. Older Persons' Day page

+ Eastside Village celebrates Older Persons' Day with Member memories



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Eastside Village is hiring!
Do you like working closely with seniors and the volunteers who make their lives better? Eastside Village is looking for a part-time Office Manager to carry out our day-to-day operations and keep our vibrant organization running smoothly. The position is open as of Sept. 26 and will remain open until we fill it. Find out more here!

Eastside Village is part of a growing national movement enabling older adults to age at home and in their community safely, affordably, happily, and healthily for as long as they choose. This kind of village is not a building, real estate development, or retirement community. It is a coordinated network of volunteer and professional services.  In short, Eastside Village is a PLAN, not a PLACE.


Launched in October 2015, Eastside Village serves 23 Portland neighborhoods on the east side of Portland, Oregon, from the Willamette River to 122nd Avenue, and from I-84 to the city’s southern boundary.


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Listen to Eastside Village former Governing Council Chair JoAnn Herrigel talk about our village in a radio interview on XRAY.fm here. Also joining in the conversation are Villages NW, and Village Without Walls. (July 2016)

Check out our latest newsletter (October 2022) for news and activities in our village.

The National Alliance for Caregiving has a Toolkit for help in talking with loved ones about Alzheimer's disease. (July 2017)  Find it here.

New York Times - October 1, 2019
Read the NYT article 'The New Old Age' about exploring housing alternatives, including the Village Movement.  Find the article here.

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