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Please call the Admin Office at 425-774-5555 with questions or check our newsletter by clicking the NEWS link at the top of this page.
The recent surge in COVID infections, fueled by the delta variant, led the Snohomish County Health Department to issue the first indoor mask mandate in the State. Taking affect 8/12/21, all residents 5 and over must wear face coverings indoors, whether fully vaccinated or not. Health officials are discouraging indoor congregate gatherings.
As a result we are making the following changes effective immediately:
Vaccine and Mask Policy – masks are required while in the EWC, unless you are eating at the bistro or working alone in an office. Proof of vaccines will be required for all participants in programs, activities and field trips.
Staying healthy means keeping both your mind and your body active. The senior center has a variety of programs and fun activities to help you stay fit. *We are currently offering several programs online via Zoom.
Online program sign up available here: https://schedulesplus.com/edmonds/kiosk/
Our trips include educational tours, museums, plays and musicals, sporting events, symphony, local festivals or just plain fun explorations. Some examples include: Casino Trips, Science, Art, Theater, Holiday Sight Seeing, Hiking and Nature.
Our members enjoy a wide range of activities and fun filled hours, some examples of activities include: Dance, Music, Art, Theater, Holiday Sight Seeing. Find something that entertains you. There’s lots more listed in our newsletter.
Music and dance activities are plentiful. New members are more than welcome join. Our groups include: *Sound Singers Choir, Senior Swingers Orchestra, *Ukulele, Friday Dance, Line Dancing, Clogging.
There’s always something fun happening at the Senior Center. Bingo, Bridge, Cribbage, Pinochle, Pool Tables, Ping Pong. Ask about our *Intergenerational events where students and seniors come together for a fun night of Trivia.
*Watercolor, *Drawing, *Writer’s Group, Modern World History, Spanish, German, Woodcarving.
You can sign up for classes in the administrative office. Download our Newsletter (click the “News” link along the top of this page) to find out details and registration information. Join us for an enriching experience or offer to teach a class. Some examples include: Genealogy, *Painting, Driftwood Sculpture, Quilters.
Exercise classes at the center are very popular. Join for a wide selection including: *Enhanced Fitness, *Soft Exercise, Parkinson’s Movement and Dance, Tai Chi, Gentle Yoga.
Increasing your knowledge and preparedness to handle situations that occur. Examples include: Community Transit Assistance, Five Documents You Really Should Have, Reverse Mortgage, How to be Healthy with Diabetes, *Medicare, *Advanced Care Planning.