Meet Homer’s new Congresswoman, Sarah Vance, this Saturday and let her know what you need from state government. And if you want to be a better advocate for yourself, check out advocacy classes every Monday through March.
There are lots of other ways to meet your needs this week in Homer, from needle felting your very own owl (see the picture below) to adjusting your body for improved function and health. Here's the calendar to give you ideas: weekly events March 2-March 9.pdf. Check out a 6-week class on living with chronic health issues—it starts on Wednesday and all 6 sessions are only $10.
If you’re a TRAILS consumer and see an activity anywhere in Homer that’s not within your budget, call TRAILS about the possibility of a scholarship to help you participate. Some ideas include a class to help you improve your balance (Body Moves--Balance), one of the workshops offered by Homer Folk School, or one of the many classes offered by City of Homer Parks and Rec through Community Schools. (The community schools Spring-Summer schedule is available at this website: https://www.cityofhomer-ak.gov/recreation. If the link doesn't work, just copy it and paste it in your browser.)