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Senior Centers Nearby
The South Park Neighborhood Center began operation soon after the old fire station turned into the Neighborhood Center building in 1972. The Seattle Department of Human Services has provided a small annual grant for decades. The good news is that city support for the Senior Center has increased subs
As we endeavor to fulfill our mandate as a full-fledged human and social services outfit with a vibrant socio-cultural group, we are sustained by our funders' and patrons' steady support. IDIC's elderly members, the Council of Elders, Board Members, Staff and Management are privileged to be able to
The Senior Center of West Seattle is a multi-purpose facility in which older people may come together to fulfill many of their social, physical, and intellectual needs. It can help expand their interests, tap their potential, and develop their talents. The Center is also a bridge - a broad, two-way
Southeast Seattle Senior Center provides a way to find out what is happening for adults 50 and older in Seattle’s Rainier Valley and surrounding neighborhoods. We strive to enhance the emotional, social and physical well-being of boomers and beyond, and we do this by providing a wide variety of cl
Tukwila Parks and Recreation offers a well-rounded schedule of activities, programs, classes, and services for adults 50 years of age or older.
Every Monday through Friday, Club Bamboo offers nutritious and locally sourced meals targeting Asian American and Pacific Islander palates, while sponsoring culturally-rooted physical activities such as Yoga, Vietnamese Stick Exercises and Qi-gong. Club Bamboo also provides supportive social activit
Day activities for Chinese aged 50 & above to promote: Food & nutrition; Educational, recreational, social & personal growth; Health promotion & wellness; Access to social services. Most of the activities are free.
Central Area Senior Center is perched on a hilltop overlooking the picturesque Lake Washington, Floating Bridge, with a skyline of Mt. Rainier and the Cascade Mountains to the east. The view is excellent and is complimented by the diversity found inside of the center through its programs, activities
In downtown Seattle, the Pike Market Senior Center strives to make each day better and safer for older adults; the Pike Market Food Bank serves people of all ages who face hunger. Together, we provide services, activities, and support that lead to more self sufficient and fulfilling lives.
Vashon-Maury Senior Center creates a sense of community that enhances the experience of being an older adult.
The Renton Senior Activity Center sponsors free social, health, and recreational activities and services in a warm, homey atmosphere. The center functions as a drop-in facility that offers opportunities for fun, friendship, health, and socialization for citizens age 50 and over.
Des Moines Activity Center staff, enthusiastic volunteers and Advisory Committee specialize in creating a sense of community for older adults and their families. In partnership with key agencies, Des Moines Activity Center provides programs that enhance the experience of being an older adult and are
We are a warm and welcoming space where older adults in north Seattle can continue to learn and thrive through life’s transitions in a positive and healthy way. We recognize that aging touches us all, but the process looks different for every individual. Our hands-on, caring and knowledgeable staf
Ballard NW Senior Center, located by the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks, has for over 44 years provided adults 50 and older in the Ballard, Magnolia, Queen Anne, and surrounding areas with programs and services to improve and change lives. We hope you will stop in for our classes and groups, social event