Hunger Intervention Program (HIP) and Sound Generations are partnering together to bring you a special meal on Wednesday, March 7th as part of our Lake City Senior Days celebrating International Women’s Day. The lunch will be followed by a panel discussion with local women leaders in the food systems. Panelists will include Kristi Drake, Co-Owner of the famous Le Panier Bakery; Esther Magasis, Food Bank Manager with Jewish Family Service; and Susan Lee, Director ECE Operations and Volunteer Service at Refugee Women’s Alliance (ReWA).
Join us for a book reading with author
Irene Frances Olson as she discusses her new book Requiem For The Status Quo. Ms. Olson draws on years of experience as the caregiver for her father who struggled with Alzheimer’s Disease in the last years of his life. If you are a caregiver, or know someone who is, this book will speak to the realities of everyday life and offer support and encouragement to those impacted by memory loss. Monday, August 21 st 1-2pm Lake City Community Center Free and all are welcome.
You are invited for a conversation with Seattle Mayor Ed Murray on how the city can work with YOU to ensure that Seattle stays age-friendly and welcoming for older adults.
Age Friendly Seattle.
Lake City Community Center
Wednesday, May 24th 11:30am-1pm Join Hunger Intervention Program for a fun and interactive Community Story-telling activity next Monday, January 16, after the meal service (1 – 2 pm), to celebrate Martin Luther King (MLK) Day.
Before the event, we would like to hear from you about your thoughts on MLK day and how we can honor his legacy here as part of the Senior Days.
There will be blank forms at the check-in table where you can share your thoughts with us.
You can either leave the forms on your table or return them to the check-in table. We’ll display all the responses on a board at the Community Center for all of you to see.