Our Mission

We support people on their aging journey through community connections and accessible services.

Our Vision

We envision a just society where aging adults and those who care about them can live their best lives.

Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center offers a variety of activities that welcome diverse group of adults age 50+ to participate in recreational, social, health, educational, and nutritional services. Our staff, volunteers, instructors and facilitators strive to foster a fun, relaxed atmosphere where lasting friendships form and memories are created.

We offer a variety of programs per week and continue to add new ones each quarter. We have plenty of parking and our facility is 100% ADA accessible. Welcome to the Center!

2023 Membership Renewal

Not a member yet?
CLICK HERE to be a new member or renew your membership again.

Instructor: Toshiko Aramaki 

This class is designed for cancer survivors.  

Participants are people who have completed their cancer treatment, have never taken exercise before and have a hard time starting exercise.  This class will change your idea of exercise and show you what to do and what to avoid to help you become more active each day. 

Toshiko is a certified Cancer Exercise Trainer from ACSM (American College of of Sports  Medicine).  She has been teaching exercise to cancer survivors for almost 14 years. 

      Day: Monday           Time: 1:00 to 2pm                         Cost: FREE 

      DayWednesday Time: 10am to 11am Location: on ZOOM  ONLY

Before you sign up for the class, you need to speak with Toshiko.

Please call the Center at 206-365-1536 to leave your name and phone

number.  Toshiko will call you to discuss the class. 

In order to participate in this class, you need to: 

· be familiar with Zoom 

· get a medical release from your doctor 

· sign a liability release from Shoreline Lake Forest Park Senior Center

· send all these forms by mail or Email to a specific address

Call the Center at 206-365-1536 or stop by the front desk to leave your name and phone number.  Toshiko will contact you to talk about the class and registration

Volunteers Needed

Thank You to our Sponsors. Please visit our Sponsors and take advantage of their services to thank them for supporting our mission.

  • Letter from the Director: December 2022
    Dear Friends, What a great year it has been, having past friends and new faces return to the senior center for classes and services.  We currently have 732 members and offer some 61 programs/services, most weekly.  To hear voices and laughter in the hallways has lifted the spirits of the staff, who were frankly, quite […]

December 2022 Newsletter


We offer a variety of Classes and Groups here at the center and a few online (ZOOM) fitness classes.
Some of our Fitness Classes include Yoga, TaiChi & Clogging other than regular exercises. CLICK HERE to go to Classes section under “Activities” tab.
Our Lifelong Learning groups include The Art Club, Basic Knitting, Driftwood Sculpture or Pinochle just to mention a few. CLICK HERE to go to Clubs & Groups section under “Activities” tab.


Medical Services

Love your feet? Foot care provider Echo Aumick is now at the senior center to provide in-person foot care. Echo skillfully clips nails, files callouses, and works to shape up your feet.
Members – $ 22; Non-members – $ 30; Adult Family Home – $ 20
Call the Center at 206-365-1536 to provide your name & phone number and Echo will contact you with an appointment date and time.

Bastyr’s senior level students are back with full services every Monday from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm. New Supervising Doctor Kris Somol, ND.
Cost: $ 15 per visit, due at the time of scheduling your appointment.
Call the Center at 206-365-1536 to make an appointment.
FREE Blood Pressure and Blood Sugar checks; Mondays from 10 am – 11:40 am and 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm.
FREE DISPENSARY pick-up: Wednesdays, 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm ONLY.

In-House Community Dining

Do you want a hot meal? Take a look at our Monthly Menu (PDF).