Welcome to Senior Center of West Seattle!

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide a welcoming, inclusive environment where people can enjoy warm friendships, healthy activities, joyful experiences and meaningful engagement as they age.

Our Vision

Our vision is a West Seattle community where everyone of every age can be supported in their goals for health, wellness and lifelong learning, and stay involved with each other while living their best possible lives.

The Center offers a wide variety of programs, events and activities. Visit the Services or Activities sections above and scroll through the different pages for events, activities, programs and classes. If you’d like to see us offer something not listed, please contact our Program/Activities Coordinator at (206) 932.4044 x.3.

Holiday Closures:

The Center will be closed the following days in observance of holidays:

December 23rd-25th for the Winter Holidays


December Holiday Luncheons


TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10 – Reservations available

                    11:30 am – 12:30 pm both days

December 3 – Featuring the Ukes and Senior Center Sing-a-Long singers

December 10 – Featuring the Bonnie Birch Duo

Cost: Free to members; $5 suggested donation for guests

Menu ~

            Roast turkey, cranberry sauce, dinner roll, scalloped potatoes, green been casserole, & pumpkin pie

    Please sign up at the Front Desk, or call 206.932.4044 x1

Crabfest! Saturday Feb. 8

A Fun-raiser for the Senior Center & Lions Club of West Seattle

4217 SW Oregon St.

Dungeness Crab, Pasta Alfredo, Caesar Salad, Garlic Bread, Dessert

$45 Crab, Pasta, and the Works!
$35 Pasta and the Works!

Free snacks, No Host Full Bar ~ Doors open at 5 pm, dinner served at 6:15 pm

Raffle & silent auction items, donated by our local businesses & restaurants

Proceeds support seniors, youth, and others in need.

For tickets call 206-932-4044 ext.1 or click the Purchase Tickets button.

Purchase Tickets


Westside Friends – Care and Companionship

SCWS’s Westside Friends (WSF) outreach program matches caring volunteers with West Seattle elders and people with disabilities. Volunteers make friendly visits, help with projects, take walks, or drive to the store or appointments. People connected by WSF often create lasting friendships.

WSF Friend Trieva is blind and lives independently in West Seattle and is matched with volunteer Becky. Here’s what they say about their WSF match: 

Trieva: We’ve connected really well. She’s become a friend now. When we get together we have quite a bit of fun and a few laughs. And it feels good, because I live over here in West Seattle. No family. None of my friends. It’s good to have a closer connection. 

Becky: I definitely agree. I just think of Trieva as a friend. We just really enjoy our time together. I feel like I wasn’t expecting to get such a wonderful friendship out of this. For me being newer to Seattleit’s a great way to meet a new friend and get involved in the community.  

For information about Westside Friends, contact Michele Fawcett-Long michelef@soundgenerations.org or 206-928-1730.