Classes & Activities

 

The Senior Center offers a broad range of in-person and virtual programs, activities and services to meet the needs of a diverse and growing West Seattle community. We also welcome volunteers to contribute their time in all our programs.

 

 

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.

 

 

Upcoming Special Events and Workshops

 

 

Westside Dance With Dean

Tuesdays, May 7-June 4

Swing: 7-8pm
Cha-Cha: 8:15-9:15pm

Five-week series: $70/person for members and $100/person for non-members.

Dust off your dancing shoes for another great dance series! Popular instructor Dean Paton hosts live partner-dance classes in swing and cha-cha.

 Register Online

 

10 Warning Signs Of Alzheimer’s

Wednesday, May 15, 1-2:30pm

This educational program presented by the Alzheimer’s Association will help you recognize common signs of the disease in yourself and others. We’ll also cover what steps to take next, including how to talk with your doctor.

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

 

 

Your Mind. Use The Tool Or Be The Tool.

Thursday, May 23, 1-2:30pm

Embark on an exploration of your mind with Hypnotist Anthony Gitch as your navigator. Discover the intricate mechanisms behind thought formation, persistence and transformation as you master the art of sculpting your own reality. Join us in this journey toward self-mastery and unleash the boundless possibilities within your own mind.

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

 

Eye Cream Social

Wednesday, May 29, 10-11:30am

It’s all about the eyes! You are invited to an Eye Cream Social with Mary Kay. Beauty Consultant, Dawn Bly, will be teaching quick fixes and long-term solutions to take care of those delicate peepers. From dark circles, to puffiness, to makeup tips for glasses wearers, you’ll be covered. Goody bags and treats for all attendees. Class size is limited to 10.

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

 

Dressings With Chef Hayla

Wednesday, June 5, 4-5:15pm

$10 members/$15 non-members.

Have you ever wanted to learn how to make dressings? In these hands-on classes, learn the art of making dressing from scratch including the chemistry of basic vinaigrettes, flavor combinations, using readily accessible ingredients and how to apply these techniques to liven up many other foods beyond salads. Class size is limited to 10.

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

 

 

Hearing For Holistic Wellness

Wednesday, June 5, 1-2pm

Dr. Melanie Hecker will discuss how hearing is connected to balance, brain health and tinnitus in this deep dive into the hearing organ and neural networks. We will discuss the importance of hearing in your daily life and how to protect your hearing. Q&A session included.

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

 

Piano Bar

Thursday, June 6, 7-10pm 
Doors open at 6:45 pm

$10 members and non-members
Pay at the door

Join Larry Knapp and his guest musicians at the Senior Center of West Seattle as they host an evening of music and merriment featuring favorites from the Great American Songbook and the early jazz era. Singers and musicians of all ages are welcome. Feather boas, fancy hats, or any vintage swank will help set the mood and add to the fun! Wine, beer, specialty cocktails, non-alcoholic drinks available for purchase. Limited seating!

 

 

May: Asian American And Pacific Islander Heritage Month

World Travels & History: Thailand

Friday, May 31, 11am-12:30pm

$10 members/non-members

Join avid traveler Lance Rhoades for a tour of the beautiful and diverse country of Thailand. We’ll travel from the tropical beaches of the south up to the mountains in the north, getting glimpses of the modern big city life of Bangkok and majestic ruins beyond, taking in the history, faith, art, architecture and cuisine along the way.

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

 


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 Senior Center board member 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.

 

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.

 

Health and Wellness Programs

The Senior Center supports our community’s physical, emotional and mental health. From in-person fitness classes and foot care clinics to technology support groups and virtual Qigong, we provide a holistic approach to keeping you healthy as you age.

Ongoing Fitness & Wellness Classes

 

Balance & Strength

Wednesdays and Fridays, 10-11am

Improve your balance and prevent falls with this class that utilizes elements of tai chi, qigong and yoga. We incorporate exercises to learn, practice and improve the many components of balance such as specific balance exercises, lower body strength, flexibility and mindfulness. We allow for a wide range of abilities and use assistive devices such as chairs and tables.

 

Gentle Chair Yoga

Mondays, 10-11am

Join certified yoga instructor Nadine Blinn for a fun and relaxing class of chair and standing poses (no floor sitting) to improve breathing, flexibility, balance and mood. Poses can be adapted to your abilities or limitations. Wear comfortable clothing.

 

Get Moving!

Tuesdays, 9:30-10:30am

Physical therapist Sherryl DeVries leads this multi-level variety workout class designed for everyone, especially for people with a Parkinson’s diagnosis. Exercises will include big movement, cardio, weight training, dance movement and boxing. All movements can be modified with a chair.

 

Hatha Yoga

Fridays, 11:30am-12:30pm

Certified yoga instructor Nadine Blinn uses soft versions of poses designed for seniors that are held for longer periods allowing the body to ease into them. This class includes floor and chair exercises, so please bring a mat. Expect a calm beginning and end with a relaxed pace. Chairs are available for assistance in balancing and pose adaptations. Beginners through experienced yogis are welcome!

 

Meditation Class

Tuesdays, 9-10am

This class will explore a variety of ways to make friends with our minds. Each week will include on-the-spot practice, a review of what has been covered, as well as discussion of the results. The goal is to develop and deepen the skills needed to be more present and relaxed.

 

Moving Through Cancer Exercise Class – On Zoom

Mondays, 1-2 pm
Wednesdays, 10-11 am 

This virtual class is designed for cancer survivors in collaboration with UW Medical Research. Participants have completed their cancer treatment and are looking for specialized exercises. Led by a certified Cancer Exercise Trainer. Contact the front desk at 206-932-4044, Ext 1, to see if you qualify.

 

Rejuvenating Yoga

Wednesdays, 3-4pm

Join certified yoga instructor Katy Aversenti Schumaker for this new afternoon offering! This class will be a combination of hatha yoga, a low and slow flow, restorative yoga and yin yoga. We will check in at the beginning of class, and Katy will customize the hour to fit the desires of the yogis in attendance. This is a gentle, all-levels class and is appropriate for all bodies. Chair yogis welcome as well. Please bring a mat, block and blanket if you have them.

 

Tai Chi

Level 1 Beginners: Thursdays, 9:30-10am 
Level 2 Advanced: Thursdays, 10-11am 

Improve your balance and increase your energy, strength and coordination. Join instructor Richard Lazeres for a continuing class that blends exercises for health benefits, longevity and fun. Level 1 is for both beginners and those looking for a review of basic moves and combinations. Level 2 will be for those experienced in tai chi, and ready to add on to their basic skill set.

 

Yoga for Strong Bodies, Strong Bones

Thursdays, 2:30-3:30pm

Join certified yoga therapist Milo in weight bearing movements that will help you become stronger and steadier—slowly, gradually and safely. You will be led through a series of movements that strengthen your bones and muscles, which will give balance to your body and help avoid osteoporosis. Using light weights offers resistance and is helpful for building bone mass but will be optional. This class can be enjoyed by all levels. Please bring a mat, blocks and a blanket and pillow if you have them.

 

Health & Wellness Services

 

Dental Hygiene Clinics

Contact front desk at 206-932-4044, Ext 1 for an application

Estimated Fee: $98-126. Appointment required.

Get your pearly whites cleaned at the Senior Center by Dental Hygienist Jan Loder-Gaidos, RDH. Pick up an application form at the Senior Center and call Jan’s office at 206-498-4023 to set up an appointment.

 

Foot Care

Contact front desk at 206-932-4044, Ext 1 for availability

Fee: $40 members, $50 non-members. Appointment required.

Give your feet the attention they deserve with a foot care appointment with one of our nurses. Contact the front desk for availability.

 

Haircuts By Talia

Monday, June 3, 8:30-10:30am

Are you due for a trim or buzz? We offer mobile haircut and barber services once a month in partnership with licensed cosmetologist Talia Landau. Haircuts will be offered on a pay-what-you-can scale with all proceeds going to support the Senior Center. Please arrive with clean, dry and unstyled hair, if possible. Pictures of desired styles are welcome.

To book your appointment, call Talia at 206-317-4656 and mention the Senior Center.

 

Sound Bath Healing

Wednesdays, May 29, June 12, 1-2:30pm

Discover how to improve sleep, lower your blood pressure and reduce a myriad of other health concerns with a sound bath. Sound baths use Tibetan singing bowls to create a state of harmony by using sound to allow your body to harmonize and clear negativity and illnesses. Certified singing bowl therapist and Reiki master Judi Ervin and her team will help you relax, let go, and leave stress and anxiety behind. This class can be done seated or on the floor. Please bring a mat and small pillow if needed.

 

 

Connection to the Community Programs

The Senior Center is a community gathering place for people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities where everyone is welcome. We offer a place to meet friends, enjoy a healthy meal, take a class and engage in a vibrant social network.

 

Actividades En Español Con El Apoyo De Sea Mar Community Health Center’s Staff

Sea Mar Activities in Spanish

Martes (Tuesdays) 9am-2pm

El Personal de Sea Mar le da la bienvenida a todos los miembros para disfrutar de un día completo de actividades divertidas, socialización y almuerzo en Español. Para obtener más información, envíe un correo electrónico a Yanin Diaz a yanindiaz@ seamarchc.org o llame al 206-764-8041.

We welcome all members of the Latinx community for a full day of activities, social time, and lunch. For more information, contact Yanin Diaz at yanindiaz@ seamarchc.org or call 206-764-8041.

 

American Mahjong

Wednesdays, 1-3pm

Stimulate your brain by playing this ancient Chinese tile game that is similar to the card game Rummy. Meet new people and have fun. All levels of players are welcome.

 

Chess Club

Tuesdays, 1:30-3pm

Are you looking for a new activity to keep your brain sharp and clear? Join us for lessons, short tutorials and chess for all levels of expertise. For info: Conwell Dickey: conwell@conwelld.net.

 

Coffee with Vets

Tuesdays, May 14, June 11, 11am-12pm

Local veterans enjoy coffee and conversation, then stay for lunch! This is a great opportunity to get to know other veterans and hear stories about their time in the military and other topics.

 

Community Dining & Meals

Our Community Dining Program and Margie’s Café are open! Please see our Food and Dining page for more details.

 

Conversation & Friendship Corner

Tuesdays, May 16; June 6, 20, 1-2:30pm (Group #1)
Thursdays, May 21; June 4, 18, 1-2:30pm (Group #2) 

Share stories in a friendly group to build connections, enhance skills and confidence for deeper friendships and learn to enjoy whole-hearted and open discussions to eliminate loneliness.

 

Cribbage

Tuesdays, 12:30-3pm

If you are a cribbage player, it’s time to meet up again at the Senior Center. To sign up, contact Jay Fulwider: budandotis@msn.com or 206-257-5599.

 

Current Events Discussion Group

Thursdays, May 16, 30, June 13, 27, 1-2:30pm (full) and 2:30-4pm (full)

Free to members/ non-members

Join us for an engaging discussion of what’s going on in the world. We welcome a diversity of opinions. Led by our social workers, Toni Ameslav, MSW, and Josh Maduell, MSW, these groups meets every other week at the Senior Center. Both groups currently full.

 

Empathy Hour

Thursdays, May 23; June 13, 27, 1-2:30pm

We all long to be heard with attention, kindness and empathy—and without judgment, criticism or lecturing. Come to Empathy Hour to receive empathic listening and to give the gift of empathic listening to others. Sura Hart, a trainer with the Center for Nonviolent Communication, will help you strengthen your listening skills through fun activities, role plays and her No-Fault Zone® game. Free for members and non-members.

 

Special Luncheons

May Birthday Luncheon – Barbershop Quartet

June Birthday Luncheon – Steel Drums

 

Older Westside Lesbian Group (OWLs)

June (TBD) 

In June, OWLS will have a picnic in Lincoln Park, contact Dee for details.

We welcome everyone to join us for OWLS where we always do something fun! For info: Dee Quiggle: deequiggle2@gmail.com. 

 

Party Bridge

Wednesdays, 10am – noon

Join us for Party Bridge at the Senior Center. If you love playing cards with your friends, come win tricks with us every week. To sign up, contact Kim Roper: kimputer@comcast.net.

 

Pinochle

Thursdays, 12-3pm

No partner needed for this fun game. We will be playing in person at the Senior Center. To sign up, contact Susan Berven: suebee98126@yahoo.com.

 

Scrabble Club

Fridays, 12:30-1:30pm

Meet up with your friends at Margie’s Café for the ultimate crossword game where every letter counts. It’s fun, engaging and good for your brain, too.

 

Westside Friends Outreach Program

Our Westside Friends program matches you with a Senior Center volunteer for ongoing companionship and practical help. Our volunteers can chat over the phone, visit with you in-person while taking COVID-19 safety precautions, or help you with tasks like grocery shopping or picking up library books. Many of our volunteers and seniors have created deep, long-lasting connections. To register, contact Michele Fawcett-Long at michelef@soundgenerations.org.

 

 

Lifelong Learning and Growth Programs

At the Senior Center you can expand your interests, launch a new hobby and learn something new every day. Our members, participants and volunteers have a wealth of knowledge and talents, and we provide opportunities to both share and learn. You can practice a foreign language, learn to paint, find fellow hobbyists, share your love of cinema, write a memoir, hone your computer skills and much, much more. We are adding new programs every quarter.

 

Arts & Crafts Group

Thursdays, 12-2pm

If you do beadwork, paint, do collage, mixed media, bookmaking, doll making, embroidery, knitting, crocheting or are looking for a place to explore a new art form, come join us. For more information, contact Linda Hulce: 206-755-1472 or lulce6@aol.com.

 

English as a Second Language (ESL) Class

Tuesdays, 9:30-10:30am

Foreign language speakers are paired with volunteers who give one-to-one English lessons to practice their pronunciation as well as their comprehension skills. The group has a lot of fun getting to know each other and making new friends. To volunteer or for info: Jerie Milici: jerie.milici@gmail.com.

 

Exploring Art Class

Tuesdays, 10:30am-12pm

Explore, learn and create art using a variety of techniques and materials, from watercolor and acrylic paint to pastels and pen and ink. Even if you feel like you aren’t creative or an artist, we can find a way to create something amazing together. Instructor Laura will share her techniques and tricks with you to make sure everyone feels that creative spark.

 

New! All-Inclusive Book Club

Fridays, May 17, June 21, 1-2:30pm

Bring your unique personality and ideas to this new book group! Bring a book title and summary you think would be good for future group discussion.

Each person will tell why they chose their book, a little about themselves and why they decided to join a book club. We will vote on books for the next three months and decide how to proceed with making this your own club. Info: Susan Hagy: 206-325-4077 or susanhagy1@gmail.com

 

Book Club for Adventurous Readers

Friday, June 14, 1-2pm (full)

We will explore it all—fiction, non-fiction, bestsellers, fantasy, sci-fi and young adult literature. Come prepared to share a book recommendation and enjoy lively discussion. These selections are subject to change, based on group decisions and availability of books.

 

Fabric Art Design Workshops

Thursdays, May 30, June 27, 11am-12:30pm

Discover the art of painting on fabric in these workshops where we’ll use ‘wet-on-wet’ and ‘drybrush’ techniques to paint intuitively and freely. Learn how to transform an existing article of clothing or home accessory into an original piece of art. Beginners and advanced artists are welcome and all supplies will be provided. Space is limited to 12.

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

 

Conversational German

Tuesdays, 10-11am

Come speak German and make new friends at this informal weekly gathering, back in person at the Senior Center. Begleiten Sie Uns!

 

Ham Radio Group

Monday, June 3, 5:45-7:30pm 

Meet with members of the West Seattle Amateur Radio Club and find out how amateur radio can benefit you and your community. This meeting runs concurrent with the club’s Monday Night Net (6:15-7 p.m.) so you can listen in or join the conversation. For info: Jim Edwards: wsbigband@gmail.com.

 

Hand Drumming Workshop

Tuesdays, 2:30-4pm

Experience relaxation, energy and well-being when you join Kenny Mandell’s popular workshop. No experience necessary. Drums and/or rattles provided, but if you have your own, please bring them.

 

Line Dancing

Level 1 Beginners: Mondays, 11am-12pm

Level 2 Advanced: Mondays, 12-1pm

Dancing is a great source of fitness, and line dancing helps keep the mind young. Experienced instructor Chris Banta teaches line dances to a variety of music, from traditional country to ballroom, Latin and waltz. Level 1 focuses on simple beginner dances good for those who are starting or continuing line dancing. In Level 2 the dances will be a little more complicated. All students are welcome in either class.

 

Journaling For Mindfulness

Wednesdays, May 22; June 12, 26, 11am-12:30pm

Certified teacher Kristine Kero explores the daily practice of mindful journaling which can improve wellness and relieve stress. Timed prompts will provide self-reflection to explore how to journal for mindfulness, focus on breathing for calmness and other empowering strategies. Please bring a journal or notebook to do writing exercises. You do not have to share what you write.

 

Quilters Group

Mondays, May 20, June 3, 17, 6:30-9pm

Share your recent work, get inspiration and join a fun community of local quilters. Quilters of all levels of experience are welcome. To sign up, contact Mary Anne Spada: spada01@comcast.net or 206-795-5774.

 

Casual Spanish Conversation Class

Thursdays, 10-11 am

This class has weekly themes with vocabulary and grammar support and lots of opportunities to practice speaking in a relaxed and comfortable environment. All levels are welcome. For info: Jerie Milici: jerie.milici@gmail.com.

 

Ukes Sing-a-Long

Mondays, 1-2:30pm

Join this lively group for weekly ukulele playing and singing. Open to all musicians and singers. For more information, contact Charlie Strong: charliestrong@ earthlink.net.

 

Writing Group

Wednesdays, May 15; June 5, 19, 11am-12:30pm

This writing group encourages you to write for your family or for yourself. Facilitated by Natalie Bumgardner, the group shares stories in a comfortable environment with fellow writers offering comments and encouragement. To participate, contact Natalie in advance for materials and other info (space limited): nataliebumgardner@yahoo.com.

 

Technology Programs

 

Burke Dykes Computer Lab

Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 8:30am-4:30pm

Use our Windows computers to check email, surf the internet, search online resources and access popular software like Microsoft Office. If you want assistance while using our computers, sign up for one-on-one help with our Digital Navigation service.

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Digital Discussions

Mondays, 3-4pm

Join us for an ongoing series of 50-minute presentations developed to support your journey into the world of today’s technology. Upcoming topics include income tax software, GPS software, banking apps, Zoom, eBooks, audiobooks and games. Stop by the computer lab to pick up a printed schedule of these events.

 

Digital Navigation

Monday – Friday, by appointment

Suggested donation: $10

Our Digital Navigation team guides you in the use of your computer, tablet or phone. We can teach you how to make and receive calls and texts, set up and access voicemail, recover forgotten passwords, install new apps, manage email, update operating systems, decipher error messages, organize cloud storage and much more. To book a 45-minute appointment: Martin Piccoli: 206-932-4044 x114 or martinp@soundgenerations.org.

 

Drop-in Digital Navigation Support

Mondays and Thursdays, 1-3:30pm – No appointment necessary

Suggested donation: $5.

If you have a quick question about your cell phone, tablet or personal computer, bring it to our computer lab on Mondays and Thursdays and queue up for a 25-minute session with one of our team members.

 

Digital Navigation Mini-Course: Cell Phone 101

Fridays, May 17-June 14, 12:30-1:30pm

Fee: $25 members/$35 non-members

Please plan to attend all five days. Advance registration required.

Are you a first-time smartphone owner still working on basics? Have you owned a smartphone for less than one year and still aren’t sure how it works? Join us for a series of five classes devoted to the ABCs of smartphones.

Space limited; advance registration required by contacting Martin: 206-932-4044 x114 or martinp@soundgenerations.org.

Tech Talks

Free for members and $5 suggested donation for non-members.

Join our Digital Navigator, Martin Piccoli, for a series of lively discussions about today’s technology and how to survive and thrive in our connected world.

The Problems With Passwords

Friday, May 17, 10-11am

You Receive a “Data Breach” Letter: What Next?

Friday, May 24, 10-11am

The Dangers of Email

Friday, May 31, 10-11am

Your Free Apps Come With a Catch

Friday, June 7, 10-11am

You Lost Your Phone…Now What?

Friday, June 14, 10-11am

Space limited; advance registration required by contacting Martin: 206-932-4044 x114 or martinp@soundgenerations.org.

 

 

Accessible Services Programs

The Senior Center is an important gateway to services that many of us need as we age. We provide meals, counseling and referrals to services like transportation and public benefit services. Our professional staff social workers ensure our community’s most vulnerable seniors are safe, healthy and connected. Many West Seattle seniors need additional services during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Aging Well Group

Mondays 1-2:00pm 

Fee: Free to everyone.

Through discussions and sharing, participants in Aging Well support each other at this weekly group that meets in person at the Senior Center. All discussions are confidential. To register, contact our social worker Josh Maduell: 206-932-4044 x2 or Joshm@soundgenerations.org.

 

Virtual Caregivers Support Group

Wednesday, June 12, 1:30-2:30pm

Share your challenges and successes with other caregivers. Peer support can help with both the practical and emotional aspects of caregiving. All caregivers are welcome, whether the person you care for is local or in another city. If you are interested in joining the group or have questions, please contact our social worker, Toni Ameslav, MSW, at 206-932-4044 x9 or tonia@soundgenerations.org.

 

Diabetic Support Group

Friday, June 7, 1-2pm 

If you are diabetic or pre-diabetic, have a friend or family member who is or are simply interested in the topic, join our monthly meetings. Topics include nutrition,foot care and vision care. To register, contact our social worker, Toni Ameslav: 206-932-4044 x9 or tonia@soundgenerations.org.

 

Legal Consultations

Need legal advice? Our volunteer attorneys provide free 20-minute consultations if you need legal resources, help with estate planning or have questions about elder law. By appointment only. To register, call the Senior Center at 206-932-4044 x1.

Attorneys John Llewellyn, Dianlyn Cenidoza, and

Marisa Samuelson

Thursdays, May 16; June 6, 20, 3:30-5pm

Heather De Vrieze, Attorney

Tuesday, May 28, 2:30-4pm

 

Low Vision Group

Tuesdays, May 14, June 11, 2-3pm

We welcome you to participate in this group to share the challenges of dealing with low vision and receive resources and support. To register, contact Josh Maduell: 206-932-4044 x2 or Joshm@soundgenerations.org.

 

Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels provides nutritious meal delivery at no cost for people age 60+ who qualify. Operated together with Sound Generations. Sign up or volunteer: soundgenerations.org.

 

Medicare Presentations

With Patrice Lewis

Thursday, June 6, 11am-12:30pm

Patrice Lewis will go over the basics of Medicare, review options available to you and discuss what to consider when selecting a plan. Patrice is also available to meet one-to-one with a pre-scheduled appointment.

Parkinson’s Support Group

Tuesdays, May 21, June 18, 2-3pm

Are you looking for a group to support you in your Parkinson’s experience? This monthly in-person group is for people with Parkinson’s and their caregivers, spouses and significant others. Our goal is to help everyone live their life to the fullest by providing information, resources and space to share personal experiences. We will also host outside speakers from the Northwest Chapter of the American Parkinson’s Disease Association. RSVP and info: Anne Bowman: mikeannewa@comcast.net.

 

West Seattle Food Bank Distribution

Tuesdays, 9am

In partnership with the West Seattle Food Bank, we offer weekly boxes of nutritious food at no cost. Pick up is at the Senior Center every Tuesday. To register, call the Senior Center at 206-932-4044 x1.

 

Movie Mondays

Our in-person movies are back on a new day of the week. Join us Mondays for a great flick. Advance registration is required. Movies are free for members, $5 for nonmembers. To register, call the Senior Center at 206-932-4044 x1.

Terry’s “Greatest Movies You’ve Never Heard Of”

Mondays, 12:30pm
Nucor Room, Second-Floor

FREE POPCORN! Now Featuring Newsreels, previews and cartoons.

 

May 20: Wagon Train, The Sandra Cummings Story (1964) with Rhonda Fleming, Robert Fuller, Cynthia Pepper, John McIntyre. (89 min.)

June 3: Abilene Town (1946) with Ann Dvorak, Randolph Scott, Edgar Buchanan, Rhonda Fleming, Lloyd Bridges. (89 min.)

June 10: Flyboys (2006) with James Franco, Jean Reno, Martin Henderson, David Ellison, Jeffifer Decker, Tyler Labine, Abdul Salis, Daniel Rigby. (139 min.) Rated PG-13

June 17: Sully (2016) with Tom Hanks, Laura Linney, Anna Gunn, Aaron Eckhart, Holt McCallany. (96 min.) Rated PG-13

June 24: Third Degree Burn (1989) with Treat Williams, Virginia Madsen, Richard Masur, CCH Pounder, John Aylward. (100 min.)