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.
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.
- December 2022
How do mountains stay warm?
They put on their snowcaps!
We hope everyone had an amazing holiday!
As we head into winter, we’d like to remind everyone of our inclement weather policy at the Lake City Senior program. If the weather causes schools’ opening times to be delayed, our opening time will be delayed and programming starting before the new opening time will be canceled. If schools are closed, the center will be closed, and all programming will be canceled. Please click here for more information.
We will also be closing the center starting December 23rd in observation of the Christmas and New Year’s holidays. There will be no programming from December 23rd– January 2nd. Programming will return January 4th. There will also be no Lunches at the center these dates so please plan accordingly.
Even though things are winding down for the upcoming holidays, we still have some exciting programming coming up in December.
On December 14th at 1:30pm Susan, who normally leads Folk Dancing for us, will be holding a Holiday Card Making workshop. Come and get your arts and crafts on and this fun and creative workshop! Susan will also be holding her usual Folk Dancing class on Friday, December 16th at 10am.
On December 21st, our Digital Equity Coordinator, John, will be hosting a digital photo management class. This class will provide tips and recommendations for managing photos on your devices. We will discuss how to organize photo storage space, how to safely back up photos, and how to share photos with others.
Please refer to the calendar for all other programming and events. We hope that everyone stays safe and has a happy holiday season!
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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!