Welcome to the Lake City Seniors
Following the City of Seattle and the Governor Inslee’s most recent guidance we will not be requiring participants to wear masks starting April 6th. We HIGHLY encourage the continued use of masks but they are no longer required. If you would like a mask we will provide one.
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We have moved back to plated meals for community dining! For the time being, “for-here” lunches will be served at the tables starting at 12:30pm and “to-go” lunches will be available starting at 1:00pm.
We are still making lunch deliveries to the Lake City area. If you or someone you know can not make it to the Lake City Community Center to pick up lunches we may be able to deliver lunches to them. Please fill out this form to be considered or leave a message at our office number 206-268-6738 and we will get back to you.
- March 2023 Update
Can you believe it’s already March? It seems like the year is already flying by. This month we have some new updates to the center.
We want to hear from you! You are what makes the Lake City Senior Center what it is, and we want to do whatever we can to meet your needs better. To help us achieve this, we’ve created a short survey to ask you for your input on our program. It shouldn’t take more than a couple of minutes to fill out. You can take it here or by following the link below.
We are implementing a new sign-in policy. We ask that everyone who enters the building sign-in at the front desk as well as signing in for any class you may be participating in. We want to thank you for your patience as we implement this extra step to help keep Lake City Seniors a safe place for all.
If you would like to receive text alerts to be notified when our center is closed, please call 206-268-6740 and leave a message with your name and phone number. We will send notifications only in the event of a closure.
We also have a bunch of fun and educational programming to highlight for you this month.
- On March 6th, we’ll have Adrienne Bousquet out for a workshop on how to downsize your home. Adrienne Bousquet is a home organizer and owns Spruce, a business dedicated to unique residential services. During this free workshop, she’ll be diving into stories and details surrounding the life transitions that seniors face and how their “stuff” plays into it. Join in to talk about downsizing, staying organized, and the legacy of your treasured belongings.”
- This month John will be starting new computer 101 classes where he will explain the basics on how to safely use a computer. Computer Basics 101 will be held on Friday March 10th at 10am. Computer safety 101 will be held Friday March 24th at 10am.
- On March 20th at 1:30pm we will have Dockside Cannabis out to lead a Medical Marijuana class where they will discuss cannabis in Washington State, cannabinoids – including CBD, medical marijuana, and products in the regulated marketplace. Join us for a fun and educational discussion!
As always there are more exciting activities happening at the center. Please check the calendar to the right to see everything we have planned for the month of March. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Justin by calling 206-707-1865 or by emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you at the center!
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Thank you all for your continued understanding and flexibility as circumstances continue to change. These last 2 years have been unpredictable, challenging, and full of uncertainty, and hopefully there is less uncertainty and difficulty ahead. However, throughout these difficult times, thanks to all of our partners, staff, and all of YOU, we have managed to create community and comradery via our programs and lunches. We are looking forward to a more socially engaging and accessible future for all of us!