UPCOMING EVENTS with Ashland Senior Services Division
Free social and cultural events or educational workshops on topics of interest to seniors and their families are offered at Ashland Senior Center or occasionally other locations. Our partner AARP offers the six -hour Smart Driver course once per quarter. Jackson County Library Services is currently teaching a monthly series on Technology Basics. Current offerings are listed below. We do our best to keep our website updated with our current activities and events, but occasionally fall behind in updating. Please call for current status: 541.488.5342.
**All events occur at Ashland Senior Center (1699 Homes Avenue), unless otherwise noted.**
AARP Smart DriverTek
Wednesday, March 15, 1-2:30pm Free, but registration is required: 541-488-5342 Instructor: Jim Nagel, AARP Volunteer
Learn all about the latest high-tech safety features in your current car or what technology to look for when shopping for a new car. Consider the safety benefits of blind spot warning systems, forward collision warnings and more. Thank you to our 2023 Education Sponsor, Rogue Valley Manor.
Ashland Japanese Garden: Guided Walk for Seniors & Friends
Wednesday, April 5, 1-3pm
Meet at front entrance of the Japanese Garden, facing Winburn Way Free, but registration is required: 541-488-5342
Join us for a free, guided walk of the beautiful Japanese Garden in Lithia Park. Enjoy the spring blossoms and learn about this world-class new addition to Ashland! The walk will be led by our own Ashland Parks and Recreation Commission Director, Michael Black. This walk will be held at a slow pace and stay on accessible paths, to accommodate any participants with limited mobility issues.
How to be Smokewise - FREE In-Person Class (for those age 50+) Wednesday, May 31, choose 1-2pm or 2:30-3:30pm session
Ashland Senior Center, 1699 Homes Ave Free, but registration is required: 541-488-5342 Instructors: Sara Jones, Community Engagement Coordinator for the Ashland Forest Resiliency Project and Brian Hendrix, Fire Adapted Communities Coordinator with Ashland Fire & Rescue's Wildfire Division.
Learn what you can do to reduce your exposure to smoke from wildfires and controlled burns. Space is limited so sign up soon! A free air purifier will be provided to one participant with the drawing held after the class. *Must be present to win.*
See full details at:
►2:30-3:30pm session Learn more about smoke adaptation at ►smokewiseashland.org.
Check back for our annual events (dates to be announced)