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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, 2 ½ 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 70 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
Become a new member or renew your membership.
Programs are available in person.
Our Seniors need your help. Donate to the Helping Hands Fund.
What is currently being offered in the building?
Change in Food Service Model at the Edmonds Waterfront Center
Why did the Potlatch Bistro close?
What will the lunch program look like going forward?
When will hot lunches come back? Friday, January 5th
The Edmonds Waterfront Community Café model is a partnership between Shore Pine and the Edmonds Waterfront Center (EWC). The Community Café model brings EVERYONE together in the Edmonds area. Within this model, there is the Senior Café for anyone 60 years or older who would benefit from socialization and/or may experience food insecurity. This popular program goes to the heart of our mission. We are committed to promoting social connections and helping seniors get their required daily nutrition. Your participation creates a warm, social environment where everyone connects and supports each other.
The Senior Café is for any senior 60+ who has one or more of the following:
Why does the sign say EWC Community Café?
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.
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.