The Shoreline Lake Forest Park Senior Center serves the North End communities of Shoreline and Lake Forest Park, offering a wide range of classes, activities and services of interest to seniors 50 and over.
We’re located at the south end of Shoreline Center. Metro bus routes 314 and 315 stop in front of the facility, it is served by Metro’s ACCESS bus, and there is plenty of easy, free parking available if you drive or carpool.
Explore our site to see the many services, programs, classes and activities available to you. Daily hot lunches are a great way to meet other seniors and share conversation and a delicious meal. The month’s menu is posted on this website. Volunteer opportunities are another way to connect, our volunteers recorded more than 17,000 hours of service.
Join the Senior Center and get discounts on classes and services, but come in and try us out first if you like.
Thank you to the Cities of Shoreline and Lake Forest Park for their generous support. Thank you to the Knossos Foundation in support of the Power of One Program and to the Shoreline Fire Department in support of the Keep Your Balance Keep Moving program. Thank you to the Shoreline Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services for including the Senior Center in their Recreation Guide. We are also grateful to members and their families for supporting the Center in so many ways.
Our Senior Center does not endorse products or service providers. Our aim is to protect the elderly from undue coercion. The Center is not a market place. We neither approve nor condone solicitation of business within our facilities.
Programs are offered for members’ enjoyment, entertainment and education.
Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center does not discriminate against clients, applicants or employees on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital status, handicap, political ideology or sexual orientation.
Please report any violation to the Center Director.