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BRIDGING GENERATIONS AT THE EWC

As a multigenerational, multicultural center we are committed to bringing generations together and helping people thrive! The EWC has fast become a hub for connecting, for community health, education, art, and a venue for life’s celebrations. Now, nearly 3 years after offering our first programs in the new center, we are finding our stride. The membership just crossed a record setting, 4,000 members. Community members are embracing our more than 75 programs that promote active, healthy lifestyles with an emphasis on building social connections. For many, the EWC has served as a lifeline. Any donation, big or small, will help us to continue to offer our vital programs. DONATE HERE

Edmonds Author & Speaker Series presents
“Woman, Captain, Rebel” with Margaret Willson

JULY 18, 2024 at 6:30pm
Cost is $7.50 per person
Walk-ins welcome
CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP
A daring and magnificent historical narrative nonfiction account of Iceland’s most famous female sea captain who constantly fought for women’s rights and equality, and who also solved one of the country’s most notorious robberies. Woman, Captain, Rebel is a haunting historical biography of the fearless Thurídur Einarsdóttir, a woman who contested social norms while simultaneously becoming one of the most celebrated fishing captains of her time. History would have us believe that no historical female sea captains existed. This one did. Her life is a riveting saga with meaning and resonance for people everywhere today. This program is in partnership with My Edmonds News and Edmonds Bookshop.

SAND SCULPTURE CONTEST

Friday, July 19
Check-in at the EWC Wedding Circle
Registration opens at 11:00am

Judging starts at 1pm; Bucket Awards at 2:30pm
Sand sculptors will build their creations at Brackett’s Beach, south of the ferry. This amateur contest is open to all ages. Bring your own buckets & shovels. Bucket Awards are given to the top 3 sculptures in each category.

Everyone is welcome, no pre-registration required. Categories include:
• Adult (Age 15+) • Family Group (All Ages) • Children Group (up to age 14) • Day Camp/Organization (All Ages)

Special thank you to our sponsor Terry Vehrs, Windermere of Edmonds!

2024 MLK Tribute
Intergenerational Trivia Night
Oktoberfest Dinner
Annual Gala & Auction
Thrift Store Fashion Show
Brazilian Dance Event
Sand Sculpture Contest
Juneteenth at the Beach

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EWC Programs

Programs are available in person.

Support Our Seniors

Our Seniors need your help. Donate to the Helping Hands Fund.

Edmonds Waterfront Center Q & A

What is currently being offered in the building?

  • Social & Recreation Programs: Dance, discussion groups, art classes, language clubs, game room, field trips, and more. Intergenerational activities such as trivia, book groups, drama, and music are also available.
  • Health & Wellness Programs: Exercise classes, healthy living workshops and coaching, foot care, counseling, Bastyr Center for Natural Health On-site Clinic and blood pressure checks.
  • SHIBA & Medicare: Trained, volunteer advisors will help you understand your insurance rights and options and offer up-to-date information (free & confidential). 
  • Rotating Art Exhibits: Native art is displayed throughout the building, along with a rotating exhibit of local artists in the Edmonds Arts Festival Foundation Gallery Wing on the first floor.
  • Homage / EWC Community Lunch Program: Lunch is served Monday – Friday from 11:30am – 1:00pm. For those aged 60 and older there is a suggested $4 donation. The cost for anyone under 60 is $8. Participants must register at the second-floor reception,
  • Shore Pine Coffee & Gelato: Offering breakfast options as well as grab-and-go lunch items. Enjoy your food in the banquet room for amazing views and live music. Open Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday & Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
  • Private Events: The venue is available for weddings, memorials, birthday parties, and other special events on Friday evenings and weekends. For more information Click Here or call (425) 363-8517.

Is membership required? 

No, Membership is not required to visit or participate in programs at the Waterfront Center, but after you hear about the benefits of membership you will want to join. Anyone can join.

  • Discounts on classes and events
  • $1 drip coffee at the Coffee Kiosk
  • 10% off all regular priced items at the Thrift Store
  • $5 off Community Breakfast
  • Monthly newsletter
  • Belonging to a dynamic group committed to building social connections and strengthening the community.
  • Memberships are 12 months from the date of sign up! Sign up online

How much does it cost join?

  • $35 / year for an individual
  • $55 / year for a couple
  • $70 / year for a family (two adults and minor children)
  • $125 / year for a Business

Member and Guest Grievance Procedures

Edmonds Waterfront Center (The Center) has established procedures through which a member or guest may present grievances concerning the activities of The Center or the Thrift Store related to service delivery. The Center shall record and maintain in writing all grievances and actions taken to resolve them. The following procedure is taken in resolving a grievance:

a. The member or guest shall discuss the grievance with an attentive staff member.

b. If the grievance remains unsolved, the member or guest may request a meeting with the CEO. The CEO shall discuss the grievance with the member within two (2) working days after the request for a meeting.

c. If the grievance continues unresolved, the member or guest may request a hearing before the Personnel Committee of the Board of Directors. A hearing will be set up within fourteen (14) calendar days after receipt of the employee’s request.

d. If the grievance remains unresolved, the matter will be brought to the full Board for consideration at the next scheduled Board meeting. 

If the above steps have not resolved your concern, you may call Snohomish County Long-Term Care and Aging at (425) 388-7200 and ask to speak with a Long-Term Care and Aging Supervisor.