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Shoreline
Lake Forest Park
Senior Center

18560 1st Ave. NE #1
Shoreline, WA 98155
Directions Getting Here
Telephone: (206) 365-1536
Fax: (206) 364-8930

shorelinesc@seniorservices.org

Center Director

Bob Lohmeyer

Program Coordinators

Jon Ann Cruver &
Judy Parsons

Hours of Operation:

M - F: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 pm
More information

Holiday Closures:

Monday, February 16: 
President's Day

Monday, May 25: 
Memorial Day 

Friday, July 3: 
Independence Day 

Monday, September 7: 
Labor Day 

Wednesday, November 11: 
Veterans Day 

Thursday, November 26: 
Thanksgiving Day 

Friday, November 27: 
Day after Thanksgiving 

Thursday, December 24: 
Christmas Eve 

Friday, December 25: 
Christmas Day 
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Welcome

Welcome!

The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center provides a wide range of activities and services for seniors 50 and over. The Center is an affiliate of Senior Services, which is supported in part through funds from United Way, senior membership and contributions, funding from the City of Shoreline and the City of Lake Forest Park, special events, our Thrift Shop, and monthly Karaoke Bingo nights.

Karaoke Bingo January

Don't Miss!

NEXT KARAOKE/BINGO

FRIDAY, August 14TH

KARAOKE, BINGO WITH CASH PRIZES UP TO $200, GREAT FOOD, BEVERAGES INCLUDING WINE AND BEER.  BRING YOUR FRIENDS.

CLICK THE RED BUTTON TO PURCHASE YOUR SEATS NOW.  

Doors open at 6:00 PM, for ages 21 and up. Reservations are available online until Wednesday, August 12th.  Walk-ins welcome after this date.

If you need assistance for reservations please call us at 206-365-1536 or come into the center.

Special Announcement: Please no outside food or drinks.  As part of our fundraising efforts, we offer a wide variety of drinks and seasonal food choices.  Thank you for your cooperation.

Special Events   

AUGUST PROGRAMS

Friday, August 14: KARAOKE/BINGO NIGHT!
Doors open at 6:00 PM, for ages 21 and up.

Reservations on-line until Wednesday August 12; walk-ins welcome on a space available basis after that.

Tuesday, June 18: WHAT’S UP,WHAT’S NEW 10:30—11:30AM.
 “Changes in the Aging Eye” Karen Mehlhonrk, COMS/Sight Connection will be discussing leading causes of vision loss that occurs as we age, how to identify those vision changes, and the next steps to take when your doctor provides a diagnosis. She will also bring some adaptive aids to demonstrate and will discuss how they are so helpful, yet so simple to use when vision changes occur. Lastly she will discuss resources in the community, as well as the services available from SightConnetion. Questions/answers the last few mintues. Fee: $1.00 for members $2.00 nonmembers.

Thursday, August 20: Happy Birthday Member Lunch
free lunch to current members celebrating a birthday this month.
Birthday celebrants and guests plan to arrive at least by 11:00AM to pick up your meal ticket! On a First- ComeFirst-Serve basis; no reservations.

Friday, August 28: Red Hat Society
11:30 AM-1:30PM in the Craft Room.

Queen Mum is Gwen Elken. This group knows how to have fun!

SEPTEMBER PROGRAMS

Friday, SEPTEMBER 11: KARAOKE/BINGO NIGHT!
Doors open at 6:00 PM, for ages 21 and up.

Reservations on-line until Wednesday, September 9; walk-ins welcome on a space available basis after that.

Thursday September 17 Happy Birthday Member Lunch
free lunch to current members celebrating a birthday this month.

Birthday celebrants and guests plan to arrive at least by 11:00AM to pick up your meal ticket! On a FirstCome-First-Serve basis; no reservations.

Tuesday, September 21: WHAT’S UP,WHAT’S NEW 10:30—11:30AM:
“Happiness Starts With Gratitude” David George Brooke- That Gratitude Guy, presents a fast paced 30 minute talk on the incredible transformative power of embracing gratitude. Having suffered numerous loses and traumatic setbacks, David speaks about his real-life experiences, and offers solutions that can impact lives. Be prepared to look at your life differently, and experience the feeling of creating “an attitude of gratitude.” It has the power to completely transform your outlook, your happiness, and your quality of life. Fee: $1.00 for members $2.00 non-members.

Friday, September 25: Red Hat Society
11:30AM-1:30 PM, in the Craft Room.

Queen Mum is Gwen Elken

COMING UP!
THE ANNUAL ALOHA LUAU

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 5:00PM. TICKETS ON SALE SEPTEMBER 14.

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Senior Services

The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center is part of Senior Services
2208 Second Avenue, Suite 100, Seattle, WA, 98121-2055 | Phone: (206) 448-5757 | Fax: (206) 448-5766 | info@seniorservices.org