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Beginning Ukulele

Beginning Ukulele

Wednesdays; 11:15am-12:15pm; $40/$50

Strum your way to happiness with instructor Sandy Bailey! Please bring your own ukulele. Each session runs for 6 weeks.

Holistic Health by Pam Arnott

Holistic Health by Pam ArnottBy Appointment Only. Mondays and Fridays. To schedule please call 415-456-9062

Pam Arnott is a Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner.

She also holds Certifications in several other modalities in the Healing Arts.  Pam addresses each client’s individual needs such as Stress, Pain, and various ailments. She utilizes an advanced form of Energy Healing, Nutrition and Lifestyle, Breath-work, Whole Body Intelligence™, and Hypnosis.  Pam’s favorite part of her work is receiving an unexpected phone call from a client the day after a Healing Session excitedly sharing their positive results! Call to schedule a FREE 10-minute consultation to discuss the best way Pam can help you to reduce pain, lower stress levels, feel more energized and more.

Therapeutic Medical Massage by Rabel

Therapeutic Medical Massage by Rabel

By Appointment Only. Tuesdays 3:30pm-5:00pm, Wednesdays 9:00am-3:00pm, Thursdays 12:00pm-3:00pm. To schedule please call 415-419-4608

Rabel is a soft tissue specialist, certified by the American Medical Massage Association. Massages are located in the alcove by Whistlestop’s Jackson Café.

Free Manicures NEW!

Free Manicures NEW!

Tues; 10am-1pm; Registration required

Christy, is back to offer complimentary manicures to you. Simply call our front desk after 9 am on Tuesday mornings to schedule an appointment. While manicures are free, donations are appreciated.

ACASA

ACASA

The HOPE Program, Senior peer counseling and ACASA is a group of volunteer Spanish speaking senior peer counselors (services also available in English). Trained counselors have supportive counseling skills and provide weekly home visits to their clients, offering free and confidential emotional support.

ACASA is currently looking for counselors. For questions or to sign up for a friendly visit, contact Laurie Hunt (415 473-6802).

Covia

CoviaTuesdays and Thursdays; 10:00am-12:00pm; Free; Drop-in

Covia will be at Whistlestop to answer your questions and provide information on housing and other services.

Citizenship Prep Class

Citizenship Prep Class

Resuming Week of February 4 – May 8; Wednesdays; 3:30pm-4:45pm

Fee: Sign up before February 1 and get a $5 discount $35/$40; after February 4 pay full price $40/$45

Naturalization is the process to voluntarily become a U.S. citizen if you were born outside of the United States. In general, you may be eligible if you can show continuous U.S. residence for three to five years, are at least 18 years old, and demonstrate good moral character and loyalty to the U.S. Constitution. If you are currently studying for your Citizenship Exam and need additional support, join us for our weekly class.

 

Rollin’ Root Mobile Farmers’ Market Truck

Rollin’ Root Mobile Farmers’ Market Truck

Thursdays rain or shine; 9:00am-10:00am

The Agricultural Institute of Marin’s Mobile Farmers’ Market visits Whistlestop every Thursday, rain or shine. Purchase local seasonal fruits and vegetables with ease right here at Whistlestop.

Whistlestop Book Sale

Whistlestop Book Sale

Browse the BOOK SALE in our main Lounge!

Dozens of new and gently used books and DVDs for $1-$2, with excellent new hardcovers and trade paperbacks added daily.

Bestsellers, gift books, mysteries, health books, and much more.

All proceeds go directly to supporting Whistlestop’s programs and services.

 

Multicultural Senior Program

Multicultural Senior Program

Wednesdays, 11am-12pm; $3 suggested donation; Offsite location: Albert J. Boro Community Center/Pickleweed, 50 Canal Street.

Join us for a weekly gathering to socialize and learn something new. Nutritious lunch catered by Good Earth from 12-1 pm.