Welcome to The Center for Active Living

We have a lot going on every weekday. Looking for ways to get involved?
Find lots of options on our Ways to Get Involved or our Activities pages, or check out the events below.


Our New Name is Here!

It was hard to contain the excitement this at our fundraising breakfast.

We had a room full of amazing supporters, we raised money to fund our fabulous programs… and, yes, we announced our new name!

The Senior Center of West Seattle is now

The Center for Active Living

Our new name celebrates everything we love about our organization, its members and our community.

Click the video screen below to see the unveiling!

Support The Campaign

If you haven’t made a gift, it’s not too late to support our campaign by making an easy online donation today.

Thank you for helping to fund the essential services we provide—like meals, classes, lectures, support groups, counseling, digital navigation and more.


New Member-Friendly Website Coming!

Screenshot of new website blog section with blue background and three sample posts

As part of our new name reveal, we will also be launching a new website. Our new site is designed to make it easier for you to find classes, dining menus, opportunities to get involved and much more.

We’ll let you know when our new site is live. But, don’t worry about missing out. Our current website will automatically redirect to our new one once we’re ready to launch.


Let’s Go On Tour

Our Membership Welcoming Committee offers tours every Monday  at 11 a.m. Our tours are open to all new members and anyone who is just curious about The  Center for Active Living.

Meet us in the lobby for a 45-minute tour of our building and programs. We’ll show you all the The Center’s fantastic spaces and answer your questions. After the tour, we invite you to stay for lunch!

If you have questions about our tours or membership, contact the front desk.




Current Classes, Services and Activities


  • For up to date information on current programming, please see our Classes & Activities pages or click here for a quick overview of this week, June 10 – 14.
  • For current info on Community Dining, food bank distribution, Meals on Wheels, social worker support, and other essential services, please also see our Services page.
  • If you are interested in on-site foot care, dental hygiene, technology and legal assistance, you’ll find more information on our Class & Activities page or by calling 206-932-4044, ext 1.


Upcoming Events & Classes



Dementia-Related Behaviors & Effective Communication

Wednesday, June 12, 1-2:30pm

In this workshop presented by the Alzheimer’s Association, we’ll review caregiver tips and strategies to respond to some common behaviors exhibited by individuals living with dementia, such as agitation and confusion. We’ll also explore ways that Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia affect an individual’s ability to communicate in different stages of the disease. You’ll come away with tips on how to better communicate with people living with Alzheimer’s.

Please RSVP to the front desk, 206-932-4044.



History Hour Series –

June: Pride Month

State of Pride

Wednesday, June 26, 1-3:30pm

Join us for the documentary State of Pride. Fifty years after the Stonewall uprising, Oscar®-winning filmmakers Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman and host Raymond Braun travel to three diverse communities— Salt Lake City, San Francisco and Tuscaloosa, Alabama—for an unflinching look at LGBTQ pride, from the perspective of a younger generation for whom it still has personal urgency. An after-film discussion will be facilitated by Patricia Throop, former board member of The Center who has been a LGBTQ activist for 40 years and was a member of the Freedom Day Committee who put on the Seattle Pride Parade and Freedom March from 1986-1996.

Please RSVP to the front desk, 206-932-4044.


Save the date –

Member & Community Open House

Thursday, August 8

Mark your calendars for a fun evening event this summer at The Center. We’ll open our doors to members and the public to take tours, snag giveaways, enjoy refreshments and dance to 80’s music.

More details coming soon!


Update on Our COVID Safety Policies

Masks optional

While masks are not required, please respect those who chose to wear one.

Vaccinations Strongly Encouraged

Per the King County Department of Health, vaccinations are strongly encouraged, but no longer required, to enter our facility.

Please note – in some instances where programs or services are offered in a one-on-one setting, masks and vaccinations may continue to be required.

Thanks for helping us continue to provide a safe environment for our community’s seniors.



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.


Your donation with help us provide on-site and hybrid classes, outreach programs and critical support services to seniors.

Click Here to Make a Secure Donation

or send a check to 4217 SW Oregon St., Seattle, WA 98116.

Thank you for your support!