Celebrate with ReVive Yoga
Lakewood’s ReVive Yoga Co. invites the public to stop by the studio between noon and 3 pm. this Saturday, Oct. 17. There will be raffles and giveaways of yoga-themed baskets donated by the yoga instructors. ReVive Yoga Co. opened a year ago. Just a few months after debuting, though, it had to temporarily close due to COVID-19. “We know how important it is to offer a space for healing through yoga — now more so than ever,” said co-owner Nicole Gates. More here.
Buy One Bottle, and Feed Two
Eye of the Needle Winery’s 12th Blend — a medium-body combo of cabernet and merlot — not only helps you show your Seahawks spirit with every pour, but a portion of the proceeds benefits Northwest Harvest. Now that’s a win-win! The partnership is known as the Bottles for Bread campaign. With every 12th Blend bottle sold, two meals are donated to Northwest Harvest. Did we mention that each bottle is $15? To date, the winery has provided 200,000 meals to hungry Washington families in the course of six years. More here.
MultiCare Hotline Helps with Medicare Enrollment
Open enrollment for 2021 Medicare coverage starts Oct. 15 and continues through Dec. 7. During the annual enrollment period (AEP) those who are newly eligible for Medicare (i.e., you turned 65 within the last year) can enroll for Medicare coverage. If you already have Medicare coverage, you can use the annual enrollment period to make changes to various aspects of your coverage. Read more here.
New Music from Tacoma’s Will Jordan
Tacoma musician Will Jordan said making his new EP, Be Good, which was released on Monday, was like going from “living on a diet of fast food [to] having soul food for the first time in a long time.” At a time when the country is hurting in myriad ways, Jordan’s EP offers a respite: it’s a collection of music that both soothes and engages. The EP is a joint project between Jordan and producer Eric “E” Jones, with every song written by Jordan and produced by Jones. More here.