Classes & Events

Live Simply to Live Well

What we hold onto holds us, and letting go of what we no longer need – in both “stuff” and beliefs – is magically rewarding and renewing. In this class we’ll discuss what simply matters, and share trends and tips on how to reduce stress, enhance quality of life, and increase joy at home, work, or play. Led by Simplicity Coach & Downsizing Expert Lisa B. Martin.

Waterfront Readers Theatre

A style of theater that uses only vocal expression rather than visual to tell a story, emphasizing written text as a new way to understand literature. Anne Murphy, Facilitator.

Technology Tutoring

Free tutoring twice a month during the school year. Twice a month, on Mondays, their early release day, middle or high school students walk down to our center to provide one-on-one tutoring customized to the member’s level. On average, our members have two sessions, but they range from one to four depending on need. Students get service credit hours toward a National Honor Society requirement; our members gain technology skills to connect with the world in new ways.

Friday Night at the Movies

Enjoy a free movie and popcorn on the 2nd and 3rd Friday nights of most months at 7:00 pm in the Dining Room. No sign-up, just show up! Stop by the Senior Center or call 206-842-1616 to find out what movies are scheduled.

AARP Driver Safety - Two-Day Class

Safer driving can save you more than just money on your insurance. The course, specially designed for drivers 50+, teaches proven driving techniques to help keep you and your loved ones safe on the road. A fee of $15 (AARP members) or $20 (non-members), payable to AARP, is due at the first class.

Adventures in Travel

As part of our series featuring the photography of seasoned travelers, join us for an exploration of the world through the camera lens. Bob Leik, Facilitator. Dining Room.