Welcome to Lake City Seniors

We HIGHLY encourage the continued use of face masks to prevent the spread of Covid-19, but they are no longer required as a condition of entry. If you would like a mask we will provide one.

  • May 2024 Update

    Why is May always a chaotic month?

    Because it brings with it plenty of May-hem

    Happy May everyone! We hope you are enjoying the longer days and taking advantage of warmer and sunnier weather. We have a lot of updates for you this month.

    We wanted to remind everyone of our social media pages!
    You can follow our Facebook page here: www.facebook.com/lakecityseniors/  
    and our Instagram here: www.instagram.com/lakecityseniors/
     
    John is taking parental leave this month. He will be providing tech help until Friday May 10th. Starting Monday, May 13th Tech Help will be provided by a volunteer and will have reduced hours. Please check the calendar for exact dates and times. John will be back on Wednesday, June 12th.
     
    Music and Mindfulness is taking a break for the summer. Classes will not be held for the next few months, but don’t worry! Music and Mindfulness will return in September. We will keep you updated as soon as we know the exact days and times.

    We also wanted to remind everyone that Annie will not hold class in person on May 6th, May 20th, or June 17th. We will send out a pre-recorded class on May 6th, and she will be live on zoom on May 20th and June 17th. We will stream all her classes at the church during her absences.

    Unfortunately, we will not have health screenings in May due to scheduling conflicts with our provider. We have been assured that health screenings will resume on the second Monday of the month starting in June.

    A reminder that we will not hold any programming on Monday, May 27th in observation of Memorial Day. There will also be no meals served so please plan accordingly.
     
    We have a lot going on this month at Lake City Seniors.

    • Our Cards and Coffee Social Hour has moved to Mondays! Play card and board games while you enjoy coffee, snacks and socializing with others. We will hold Cards and Coffee Social Hour every Monday at 1:30pm.
    • Join Silver Screeners for popcorn and a movie followed by a discussion with a volunteer from Scarecrow Video. This month’s movie will be If Beale Street Could Talk which will be shown Monday May 13th at 1:30pm. This movie is about a woman who embraces her pregnancy while she and her family set out to prove her childhood friend and lover innocent of a crime he didn’t commit.
    • The Hunger Intervention Program will hold more Cooking and Nutrition Classes this month in Chinese, English, and Spanish.  In these classes, participants will get to be hands on; learning senior nutrition and making a meal together. The classes will be held May 3rd, and June 7th at 10am in ChineseMay 10th and 17th at 10am in English; and May 24th at 10am in Spanish. No registration  is required to attend these classes.
    • On May 20th at 1:30pm we will have Dockside Cannabis out to lead Cannabis 101, a Medical Marijuana class, where they will discuss cannabis in Washington State and different cannabinoids – including CBD, medical marijuana, and products in the regulated marketplace. Join us for a fun and educational discussion!
    • John will also be holding a Tech Class this month. He will discuss How To Backup Files and Photos on Friday, May 10th at 10am. In this class you will discuss how to make backup copies of your photos and files to keep them safe. John will show visual examples and give specific tips for how to do this.

    We’re excited to see everyone at the program! For more information on our programming, calendar, and lunch menu, please follow the links on the right of the page.

    Cheers!

    Lake City Seniors

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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!