News & Events
Information about classes, activities and programs are highlighted in the our electronic and printed publications. Look here for the latest news about special events and activities. Recognized in the community and the nation at large as being on the leading edge of providing innovative programs for seniors, Northshore Senior Center and our branches have been featured in the news regularly. Read about our programs or check out the latest news of interest in the links here.
Come share a community breakfast with us at Northshore. Twice a month we come together with our neighbors for conversation and a shared, early breakfast in our dining room.
Enjoy a hearty breakfast of pancakes, eggs, and ham on the 1st Saturday and sausage on 3rd Saturday, coffee or tea and orange juice.
$5 per person in the Northshore Dining Room on the first and third Saturdays, 8am - 11am on:
Jan 16th, Feb 6th and 20th, Mar 5th and 19th.
Just released! University of Washington "Aging with Grace" video and articlecontaining NSC's Summer 2014 "Matter of Balance" class.
Woodinville Weekly article on SEAHAWKS ALUMNI Manu Tuiasosopo at NSC
DANCE DANCE DANCE
February 26th, 2016 Prime Rib Dinner Dance
for Details & Ticket Information - click here!
listen to the band at: http://nwgjweeby.com/
"Proceeds benefit Northshore Adult Day Center and "Wranglers"
Inclusion & Recreation Program"
In the News: "Help us Save I&A for Seniors"
LIFELONG LEARNING classes for 2016 at NSC
Tell Your Own Story
Wednesdays: January 6th. through February 24th., 2016 - 10:30am to NOON. Class is taught by Gloria Campbell, $150 nonmember/$75 member, Room 103
LEARNING IS LOTS OF FUN, AND IT’S GOOD FOR US, TOO!
For more info about the Lifelong Learning Classes, contact Gloria Campbell, 425-301-1408 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Gloria Campbell brings her 40 years of experience writing, editing, and showing others how to create books and publishable stories.