Lopez Island Family Resource Center

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The Lopez Island Family Resource Center offers programs and services to support, enrich, educate, and most importantly empower the Lopez community. We recognize the realities of island life; our programs celebrate the advantages and address the challenges of our small, isolated community.

When families face difficult times, we act as a safety net, helping them meet basic needs through programs like:

Our technology lab, employment and life skills classes, and various workshops provide you with the skills you need to succeed in this technological age.

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You will need a credit/debit card to register.

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Community Conversation: Social Justice

Join us on Wednesday, February 10th at 6 pm at Grace Church HallĀ in a vibrant and interactive community conversation on social justice. This event will feature guest speakers Karen Toering and Rebecca Allen from Social Justice Fund Northwest. What do we mean by “social justice?” How does it apply to us on Lopez? It will be an engaging and enjoyable evening! This event is convened by the LIFRC in cooperation with other community members and organizations.

Social Justice Fund Northwest is a foundation working at the frontlines of social change. They leverage the resources of their members to foster significant, long-term social justice solutions throughout the northwest.

For more information, please visit http://socialjusticefund.org/

Community Conversations is a collective project of several community partners, including Lopez Island Family Resource Center, the Lopez Community Land Trust, Leadership San Juan Islands and Transitions Lopez

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Winter/Spring Employment and Life Skills Classes are Open for Registration

Please continue to check back for additional classes!

Below is our current listing of classes. To sign up, visit http://lopezislandfamilyresourcecenter.sportsites.com/

Conversational Spanish for Beginners. 5-6:15 pm, 6 Thursdays, starting February 4 at Grace Church Hall. A class for those with little or no exposure to the Spanish language who want to learn basic pronunciation, cultural expressions, and conversational starters with instructors Alaya Battalia, Veronica Ramirez, and Catalina Sandoval. $40 if paid by 1/25, $45 thereafter. Pre-registration required. Continue reading Winter/Spring Employment and Life Skills Classes are Open for Registration