Line Dancing

All Line Dancing registration is walk-in OR over the phone only.
Please have your class number ready for registration. Five class levels available.
(206)365-1536.

(Due to popular demand and participants’ requests, the fee structure has been changed from monthly to quarterly) ***Registration CLOSED***
NO EXCEPTIONS.

Spring Quarter: April 9 – June 20 11 Sessions

New Beginner: Level 1 (Spartan Center Dance Room)

This class is for both brand-new dancers and those who are looking for a review of basic line dance steps and            combinations. We will cover both the language and movements that are unique to line dancing, equipping students to be able to know the names of basic steps/patterns and how to do them. The teaching pace will be slow and repetitive to allow new dancers the opportunity to gain confidence as well as ability on the dance floor. We will use a variety of music, in a relaxed, social atmosphere.   
Note:  No previous dance experience required.    

LINE DANCING CLASS #1A

Instructor: Larry Byrne
Classes will be held on: Tuesdays, from 10:30 am to 11:30 am
Session dates: 4/9 THRU 6/18
Members Pay $88 Non-members Pay $132

LINE DANCING CLASS #1B

Instructor: Denise Hunsaker
Classes will be held on: Thursdays, from 1:00 pm to 2:15 pm
Session dates: 4/11 THRU 6/20
Members Pay $88 Non-members Pay $132

Beginner: Level 2 (Spartan Center Dance Room)

Note: You must know and be able to execute the basic steps of the new beginner level to move on to the Beginner Level.

This class is for those who have been introduced to and have some experience with line dancing, and are ready to add on to their basic step and step combination skill set. Each quarter we will add new steps and dances so that you can continue to learn and develop as a line dancer. The teaching pace is a bit faster and the choreography a bit more challenging than the New Beginner Level, but also repetitive to reinforce muscle memory.  We will cover a variety of dance styles & rhythms to music from different genres.

LINE DANCING CLASS #2A

Instructor: Larry Byrne
Classes will be held on: Tuesdays, from 11:45 am to 12:45 pm
Session dates: 4/9 THRU 6/18
Members Pay $88 Non-members Pay $132

LINE DANCING CLASS #2B

Instructor: Denise Hunsaker
Classes will be held on: Thursdays, from 2:30 pm to 3:45 pm
Session dates: 4/11 THRU 6/20
Members Pay $88 Non-members Pay $132

Advanced Beginner: Level 3 (Spartan Center Dance Room)

This class is designed for those who have danced at the Beginner Level for a minimum of a year. This class will introduce seasoned beginner level dancers to steps and patterns that are common in the Improver Level (Level 4), and provide the opportunity to experience more challenging choreography. This is a great transition from the beginner level towards the upper-level classes.

Note: You must know and be able to execute the basic steps and combinations of both the new beginner and beginner level classes to move on to this level.

LINE DANCING CLASS #3

Instructor: Denise Hunsaker
Classes will be held on: Thursday, from 11:45 am – 12:45 pm
Session dates: 4/11 THRU 6/20
Members Pay $88 Non-members Pay $132

Improver: Level 4 (Spartan Center Dance Room)

This class is designed for those who know how to do all the steps and step combinations of the previous levels and are ready to continue to grow in their Advanced Beginner/Improver skill level with longer and slightly more difficult choreography. We will add steps and step combinations to a fun variety of music.

Note: You must be able to execute the steps and step combinations of the first three levels before moving to the Improver Level.

LINE DANCING CLASS #4

Instructor: Denise Hunsaker
Classes will be held on: Tuesday, from 2:45 pm – 4:00 pm
Session dates: 4/9 THRU 6/18
Members Pay $88 Non-members Pay $132

Intermediate: Level 5 (Spartan Center Dance Room)

This is the most difficult level of Line Dance Classes offered and is only for those who have danced at the Advanced Beginner Level for a minimum of a year. At this level, the choreography takes a definite leap up in difficulty, length, rhythm and step combinations, which makes this level incredibly fun and challenging. Intermediate dancers should be more independent dancers who have a mastery of a broad range of steps and step combinations and who can dance on their own without looking at others and/or the instructor all the time.

Note: You must know and be able to execute the steps and step combinations of the first four levels before moving to this class.

LINE DANCING CLASS #5

Instructor: Denise Hunsaker
Classes will be held on: Tuesday, from 1:00pm – 2:30pm
Session dates: 4/9 THRU 6/18
Members Pay $110 & Non-members Pay $154


AGING WELL

Instructor: Toshiko Aramaki                                                                                                                                                                This course works to re-establish strength with active movement. The focus is on strengthening upper and lower body muscles, bone health, balance, agility and reaction time. All these are very important for fall prevention.
You will also learn many strategies to prevent falls in this class. 
We use a sturdy chair, cushion or pillow and Thera Band (optional/not provided).
Registration closes one week prior to class start date.
ONLY ACCEPTING ENROLLMENT FOR ZOOM PARTICIPATION
NO CLASS 6/7, or 6/19

Classes will be held on:  Monday & Wednesday  from  11:30 am to 12:30 pm
& Friday from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
       Members Pay $60 Non-members Pay $110

Class starts June 3 | Registration open

KEEP YOUR BALANCE – KEEP MOVING

Instructor: Toshiko Aramaki                                                                                                                                                                This is NOT a traditional exercise class. It is an ENTRY level course made up of 50% discussion on fall strategies and 50% balance exercises. This is a 10-week course which guides you in developing an exercise routine.
First time students only — NO return students will be enrolled in the class.
No Class 6/19

  Wednesday  from  1:30 pm to 2:30 pm 
       FREE!
Current session 5/15/2024 – 7/10/2024
To register or get your name on our waitlist leave your name and number at front desk & the instructor will contact you.
Call the Senior Center at (206) 365-1536.

TOSHIKO’S EXERCISE FOR CANCER SURVIVORS

Instructor: Toshiko Aramaki                                                                                                                                                               
This class is designed for cancer survivors.

Participants are people who have completed their cancer treatment, have never taken an exercise class 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. Thanks to a generous grant from the Shoreline Fire Department, there is no charge for this class.

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

Classes held on: Monday from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm & Wednesday from 10:00 am to 11:00 am
       Cost: FREE Location: Zoom

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 us and plan to join Moving Through Cancer in January!

Registration is ongoing. 
Call the Senior Center at (206) 365-1536

TOSHIKO’S TAKE CONTROL THROUGH EXERCISE
DURING CANCER CLASS

Instructor: Toshiko Aramaki                                                                                                                                                               
Join this unique educational class about exercise during cancer treatment! As cancer patients and survivors, your exercise needs are unique, especially during active treatment. In this class you should expect to: learn the importance of physical activity and exercise during active treatment; learn how exercise can help you manage side effects and maintain strength throughout treatment; learn to create your own exercise routine to be active on good days; learn strategies for fall prevention and maintaining balance; have weekly check-ins and personalized suggestions. Thanks to a generous grant from the Shoreline Fire Department, there is no charge for this class.

Classes held on: Tuesday from 10:00 am to 11:00 am
       Cost: FREE Location: Zoom

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

  • be familiar with Zoom
  • sign a liability release from Shoreline Lake Forest Park Senior Center
  • send all these forms by mail or email to a specific address

Register here:
https://form.jotform.com/232605400655146.


ENHANCE®FITNESS

Instructor: CeCe Ryan          

Enhance Fitness is a fun, evidence-based group exercise and fall prevention program. Join us as we become more active, energized, and empowered to sustain independent lives.
Regular attendance is expected for best results.
Registration closes one week prior to class start date.
NO CLASS 5/27 or 6/19

Classes will be held on:  Monday, Wednesday & Friday from 10:00 am to 11:00 am
       Members Pay $66 & Non-members Pay $121

Class starts June 3 | Registration open
To register call the Senior Center at (206) 365-1536

GET FIT~STAY FIT

Instructor: CeCe Ryan

This class is a gentle exercise program, performed either seated or standing. Improve your physical conditioning, range-of-motion, strength and endurance and decrease your risk of injuries. Especially benefits chronic illnesses, degenerative conditions and improves overall wellness. Wheelchairs & walkers can be accommodated.
Registration closes one week prior to class start date.


Classes will be held on:  Tuesday & Thursday from 10:00 am to 11:00 am
       Members Pay $48 & Non-members Pay $88

Class starts from June 4 | Registration open


INTRODUCTION TO SIGN LANGUAGE

Instructor: Rich Williams                                                                                                                                                       
Come learn Sign Language with Rich Williams!  Rich has been practicing, teaching and interpreting Sign Language for over 40 years.  This course covers daily used signs focusing on greetings, activities, family and food.  We’ll learn how to finger spell and the best signs to communicate our personal needs and feelings in sign.  Most importantly, we’ll look at ways to sign even with reduced vision, arthritis, or other physical challenges. 
Call the Reception Desk to register. 
This class is a 3week series.
NO CLASS 5/27

Monday from 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm
Price: Members $20; Non-members $32
Start Date: June 3


CHAIR AEROBICS

Instructor: Cindy House                                                                                                                                                         

Come join Cindy for a brand new, high energy class that uses chairs for participants who struggle with balance and stability.  Stretch and exercise with fun and music!  This class is great for amputees and those with mobility issues, regardless of age or ability level.  Come as you are. 
Thanks to a generous grant from the Live Long and Prosper Foundation, there is no charge for this class.  Registration is required.  Starts in April. 
Registration closes one week prior to class start date.

Thursday from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Price: $FREE!

WALKABOUT

Instructor: Cindy House                                                                                                                                                         

Get your steps in with Cindy!  Walk two miles in 45 minutes without even leaving the room!  This is a class for getting your heart rate up and staying active with music, soft strength training and fun while cheering each other on.
Thanks to a generous grant from the Live Long and Prosper Foundation, there is no charge for this class. Registration is required.
Registration closes one week prior to class start date.
No class 5/27

Monday from 9:30am to 10:30am
Price: $FREE!

ZUMBA GOLD®

Instructor: Cindy House                                                                                                                                                         

Zumba® is a fitness program that involves cardio and Latin-inspired dance. All are welcome, regardless of experience. Come join the fun! Zumba® targets many different muscle groups at once for total body toning. Boosts your heart health. You not only get aerobic benefits( it really gets your heart rate up), you also get anaerobic benefits – the kind that help you maintain a good cardiovascular respiratory system. Helps you de-stress. New participants welcome anytime!
Thanks to a generous grant from Live Long and Prosper Foundation, there is no charge for this class. You may drop in any Wednesday.
Center Closed June 19th for Juneteenth

Wednesday from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Price: $FREE!

ROCK N’ ROLL AEROBICS

Instructor: Cindy House                                                                                                                                                         

Rock Out at the Senior Center! Get in shape and have fun with an upbeat fitness class that will get your hear rate up and improve your stamina and flexibility. Class includes stretching, isolations and some popular dance moves. Plus, you can sing along to your favorite songs! Feel free to have a chair at your side to take breaks or rock out while seated!
Thanks to a generous grant from Live Long and Prosper Foundation, there is no charge for this class.
You may drop in any Thursday. New Participants always welcome.
No Class 6/19

Thursdays from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Price: $FREE!


MAKE YOUR OWN GREETING CARDS

Instructors: Kathy Leon and Janet Miller                                                                                                                                                         
Learn the basics of greeting card making in this 6 week class! You will make at least twelve assorted greeting cards, including matching envelopes. Instructors Kathy and Janet have ten years of teaching experience, and a combined 60 years of card making experience! No prior experience required. Session May 2 – May 30.

Thursday from 9:30am to 11:00am
Price: Members $12/class Non-Members $15/class
Class starts: May 2
THIS SESSION IS FULL


CLOGGING

Instructor: Maureen Pettit                                                                                                                                                         

Spring Quarter 4/8 – 6/17 (10 Sessions)

Brought to the USA by European immigrants, clogging is great exercise for balance, coordination, strength, cardio, and just plain fun! Students progress at their own pace in easy going classes. All ages are welcome! Shoes/taps will be discussed at the first class.  
No Class 5/7      

  • INTRODUCTION TO CLOGGING (Spartan Center Gymnastic Room):
    Monday, from 11:00 AM to 11:45 AM
    Members Pay $70 & Non-members Pay $100
    Class Start: April 8
    Registration closes April 8
  • EASY INTERMEDIATE CLOGGING (Spartan Center Gymnastic Room):
    Monday, from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
    Members Pay $70 & Non-members Pay $100
    Class Start: April 8
    Registration closes April 8

INTRODUCTION TO YOGA, CHAIR & MAT YOGA

Instructor: Heidi L. Mair, AWC, E-RYT
Calm your mind, stretch and strengthen your body, and improve your balance with a Yoga class designed for students 50 and older. Each class includes breath awareness, mindful meditation, and a sequence of poses to work each part of your body. Heidi Mair is a certified Wellness Counselor and Yoga Teacher with over 2700 hours of teaching experience. Heidi specializes in Yoga for active older adults. Find out more about Yoga and healthy aging at Heidi’s website     https://heidilynneyogaandwellness.wordpress.com/
*Cellphones, Smart Watches, Fitbits and other styles of fitness watches are not allowed in Yoga classes; they create a distraction for other participants and alter the energy of the classroom environment. Thank you for adhering to this policy.
PLEASE NOTE THERE IS NO LATE ENTRY ONCE CLASS HAS STARTED.

INTRODUCTION TO YOGA

Begin your Yoga journey here. This one-hour class will prepare you for either Mat or Chair Yoga. You will learn the fundamental principles of Yoga and tools to increase flexibility and strength, release tension, and develop concentration and body awareness.  Wear comfortable clothes and shoes and bring water. All new yoga students are required to attend this class. Upon class completion, you may sign up for Chair or Mat Yoga, space permitting.


Classes held on: Last Tuesday of the month, 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
FREE for MembersNon-members

July 30 – Register to reserve your slot
Call the Senior Center at (206) 365-1536 

CHAIR YOGA

Class begins and ends in a chair with a portion of class spent standing focused on balance and building strength.
For students with previous Yoga experience or upon completion of Introduction to Yoga.

Class Size Limit: 18

Monday Class

Monday from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm
Class starts: June 3; Registration Open
Members: $24
Non-members: $36

Wednesday Class

Wednesday from  11:00 am to 12:00 pm  
Class starts: June 5; Registration FULL
Members: $16
Non-members: $24

Friday Class

Friday from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Class starts: May 3; Registration open
Members: $24
Non-members: $36

MAT YOGA

Students must be able to get up and down from the mat. For students with previous Yoga experience or upon completion of Introduction to Yoga.    Registration closes one week prior to class start date.

Class Size Limit: 15

WEDNESDAY
Classes held on: Wednesday from 9:30 am to 10:30 am
Members Pay $16 & Non-members Pay $24
Class starts from Wednesday, June 5 | Registration FULL

Friday
Classes held on: Friday from 9:30 am to 10:30 am
Members Pay $24 & Non-members Pay $36
Class starts from Friday, June 7 | Registration FULL

HEALING MOVES: YOGA AND MEDITATION
FOR BRAIN HEALTH

*Please note: Participants must attend Introduction to Yoga before enrolling in any Healing Moves sessions.
Cognitive health is a top concern for people as we age. Yoga, with its emphasis on mindfulness, strength, flexibility, and balance, is an excellent form of fitness to help us optimize brain health over time. Learn about normal brain aging, common brain-related health issues, The Six Pillars of a Healthy Brain, and the ways Yoga can calm the mind while keeping us alert and focused.

Each class begins with a 15 minute discussion followed by a 45 minute Yoga practice.
Participants are expected to attend ALL sessions.
This class is free thanks to a generous grant from Live Long and Prosper.  Participants must attend Introduction to Yoga before enrolling in any Healing Moves sessions. Class dates: June 4-June 18

Tuesday from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Class starts: June 4; Registration is open
Members: FREE
Non-members: FREE
Location: Wellness Studio


VETERANS YOGA PROJECT

Instructor: Caleb Lay

For Veterans of all ages, First Responders, their families and friends. Join our certified yoga instructor, Caleb Lay, for chair and standing poses to improve breathing, flexibility, balance and mood. Postures can be adapted to your abilities or limitations. Wear comfortable, non-restrictive clothing. 
All ages welcome. No late admittance; please arrive before class start time.

Class held on: Thursday, from 9:30 am to 10:30 am
FREE for MembersNon-members
Registration is open


AGE REVERSING ESSENTRICS®

Instructor: Natalia von Somoff

As seen on PBS, this “Aging Backwards” class restores movement in your joints and liberates your spine, shoulders, and hips. Essentrics dynamically stretches and strengthens every muscle in the body, rebalancing the body in continuous rotational movements. Gentle movements will increase full-body mobility and strength, relieve chronic aches and pains, and improve your balance, posture and overall health. Bring a yoga mat, towel, and strap.
Registration closes one week prior to class start date.

TWO CLASS OPTIONS


Tuesday
Classes held on: Tuesday from 10:00 am to 11:00 am
Members Pay $60 & Non-members Pay $76

Class starts from Tuesday, June 4 | Registration is open

Saturday
Classes held on: Saturday from 10:00 am to 11:00 am
Members Pay $75 & Non-members Pay $95

Class starts from Saturday, June 8 | Registration is open


OTAGO: STRENGTH & BALANCE PROGRAM

Instructor: Kari McCrory   

This evidence-based program is shown to reduce falls up to up to 35%! Otago is an eight-week program, with a brief fall assessment before the start and after completion. It is composed of 17 strength and balance exercises and a walking program. Benefits include balance, strength, fitness, and well-being.  It is advised to attend ALL sessions in this eight-week class to receive the most benefits. 
Call the Reception Desk to register.  
Registration Closes June 28.  
Next session 17 June through 26 August

Classes held on: Monday, Wednesday, & Friday from 9:00 am to 10:00 am
Members Pay Non-members FREE

Classes held on: Monday, Wednesday, & Friday from 10:00 am to 11:00 am
Members PayNon-members FREE


Yang Style Tai Chi

Instructor: Mary Newbill 

Join instructor Mary Newbill for Yang Style Tai Chi for health and fun! Tai Chi strengthens our Chi, or life force, building muscle, balance, and health. 

Slow, relaxed movement coordinated with breath becomes meditation, improves posture and flexibility, and elevates mood while reducing falls for seniors.  Medical research reports improvement in joint pain, arthritis, and many diseases.

BEGINNERS TAI CHI

Learn the first half of Cheng Man-Ching’s Short Form, with applications Qi Gong and chi meditation. 
Registration closes one week prior to class start date.

Classes held on: Tuesday from  1:30 pm to 2:30 pm  
Members Pay $32 & Non-members Pay $48
Class starts Tuesday, June 4 | Registration is open

Classes held on: Thursday from  1:00 pm to 2:00 pm  
Members Pay $32 & Non-members Pay $48
Class starts Thursday, June 6 | Registration is open

CONTINUING TAI CHI

Completing and refining the Yang-style short form with Qi Gong, warm ups, applications and Water Form.

Classes held on: Thursday from  2:00 pm to 3:00 pm  
Members Pay $32 & Non-members Pay $48
Class starts Thursday, June 6 | Registration is open


QI GUNG, SPANISH LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION

Instructor: Anahi Povarchik

This class is taught in Spanish.  Qi Gung is based on gentle movements, breathing, and concentration.  The practice promotes the cultivation of well-being through movement.  Registration closes one week prior to class start date. 

Esta clase se imparte en Español.  Con base en movimientos,  respiración y concentración, la práctica propicia el cultivo del bienestar a través del  movimiento.

Classes will be held on: Tuesday from 11:15pm to 12:15pm
Members Pay $32/month

Non-members Pay $48/month
Class begins June 4 | Registration is open
Call the Senior Center at (206) 365-1536

Classes will be held on: Wednesday from 11:00am to 12:00pm
Members Pay $8/session
Non-members Pay $12/session
Class begins June 5 | Registration is open
Call the Senior Center at (206) 365-1536


HULA

Instructor: Kathy DeAguiar

Our Kupuna Hula group is starting up again this summer. Learn the gracefully beautiful dance form of hula.  Hula is a visual dance form using hand motions to represent the words in a song or chant.
Call 206-365-1536 for registration.

Classes will be held on: Mondays from 1:00pm to 2:30pm
Members Pay $3/class & Non-members Pay $6/class

Class is Ongoing | Registration is Ongoing
Call the Senior Center at (206) 365-1536


DOCUMENTARY DISCOURSE SERIES

Instructor: Kevin Hallagan

Attention all history buffs, film nerds, and culture enthusiasts! Every month we’ll feature a handpicked documentary that resonates with the heritage month’s spirit, followed by engaging discussions led by our Program Coodinator, Kevin Hallagan, who has a degree in film studies.
Join us the 1st Friday of each month. 
No registration required.

Day: 1st Friday of each Month
Time: 9:00 am – 11:45 am
Price: Free!

June 7 —Pride Month: The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson (2017)


PUGET SOUND STRUMMERS UKELELE JAM SESSIONS ♫ 

Instructor: Dianne Hokbeck
Puget Sound Strummers was started 25 years ago by Larry Squire. We still follow his format. We take turns picking the song from our Uke book, but any acoustic instrument is welcome. Singers are also welcome. In the interest of time, there is no teaching, but we all help beginners find the chords. You can bring copies of a new easy-to-learn song to add to our book. We share a book with first timers and provide a link to the PDF.
Please check in and pay at Reception.

1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the Month from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm
Members Pay $3/class & Non-members Pay $6/class


GUITAR AND SINGING JAM SESSION

Instructor: Pat Hale
Come play guitar and sing! This jam session is for people who want to play guitar together, sing together, and share our talents. Skill level needed: Please be able to tune your guitar and read lead sheets (written in English).
Please check in and pay at Reception.

Wednesday from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm
Members Pay $3/class & Non-members Pay $5/class


OPEN ART (all mediums except oil)

Facilitator: Brian Schuessler
Create in community and socialize. Bring your creative projects to work on while enjoying the company of others working on their own projects. Whether it’s painting, drawing, coloring, or other, come create with us! No oil paints, please.

Call 206-365-1536 for registration. You may pay at the center’s reception desk on the day of participation.

Classes will be held on: Thursdays from 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Members Pay $4/class & Non-members Pay $7/class

Class is Ongoing | Registration is Ongoing
Call the Senior Center at (206) 365-1536


COLORING FOR ADULTS

Facilitator: Theresa Houghtaling
We are very excited to announce the return of Coloring for Adults to the Center! Coloring books are no longer just for kids! There are many great benefits to coloring, including improving brain function, relaxation, mindfulness, improved motor skills, and enhanced focus. Come join us for relaxing coloring! All materials are provided. You do not need to be an artist to participate. Call the Center to register, or drop in the day of class.

Call 206-365-1536 for registration.

Classes will be held on: Tuesdays from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm
Members Pay Free & Non-members Pay Free


BASIC KNITTING CLUB

Instructor: Donna Ault
Whether you want to learn a new craft or gain tips on a knitting project you are working on, this group of friendly crafters will assist you. Should you prefer to crochet, no problem: they are  happy to help you complete your project.  Men & women alike enjoy this class. Come and join the fun!  

Call 206-365-1536 for registration. Please pay the instructor in class on the day of participation

Classes will be held on: Mondays from 1:00pm to 2:30pm
Members Pay $3/class & Non-members Pay $7/class

Class is Ongoing | Registration is Ongoing
Call the Senior Center at (206) 365-1536


DRIFTWOOD SCULPTURE

Instructor: Denise Barbour
Are you a driftwood sculptor (or interested in becoming one) looking to practice your skills and enjoy the company of other sculptors?

Classes will be held on: Tuesdays from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Members Pay $3/class & Non-members Pay $7/class

Class is Ongoing | Registration is Ongoing
Call the Senior Center at (206) 365-1536


CONVERSATIONAL ESL

Facilitators: Tessa & Doug Machle
If English is not your native language and you would like to improve your conversation and pronunciation skills,
this is the class for you. Participants will enjoy improving their conversational abilities. 
No class 6/18 

Call 206-365-1536 for registration.

Classes will be held on: Tuesdays from 10:00 am to 11:00 am
Members Pay Free & Non-members Pay Free

Class is Ongoing | Registration OPEN

BEGINNING ESL READING CLASS

Facilitators: Cathy Costa & Jane Sitko
This class will practice the English sound system for pronunciation, words and  reading with grammar and vocabulary. It will also focus on simple sentence structure. New participants always welcome anytime.

Call 206-365-1536 to register.

Classes will be held on: Tuesdays & Thursdays from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Members Pay Free & Non-members Pay Free

Class is Ongoing | Registration OPEN


CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH

Instructor: Eric Vogt
Whether you are well versed in the language or just beginning, you are welcome to attend. The class is at 9:00 a.m. so that you have the option to join our Latino SEA MAR guests, and spend the 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. hour engaged in their regular Spanish language programming. Eric has taught Spanish at various universities and has been actively engaged throughout his career in national level discussion and policy making regarding diversity and inclusion. 
New participants welcome any time. Participants of all abilities welcome. Call the Reception Desk to register. 

Call 206-365-1536 for registration.

Classes will be held on: Wednesdays from 9:00 am to 10:00 am
Members Pay $5 & Non-members Pay $8


DUPLICATE BRIDGE

Facilitators: Ralph Nussbaum
This is a friendly, non-sanctioned game in which identical deals are played in order to compare individual scores. Come join the fun.  You need to bring a partner in order to play  If you don’t have a partner call an we will wait list you and try to find a partner. Registration is required and there is a limited number of spaces available.
Please pay the Facilitator in class on the day of participation.                                                

Call 206-365-1536 to register.

Classes will be held on: Wednesdays from 11:30 am to 3:30 pm
Members Pay $3 & Non-members Pay $6

Class is Ongoing | Registration Ongoing


PINOCHLE

Facilitators: Karen Napora & Donna Turner
This fun game is a trick-takingAce-Ten card game for four players (per table) played with a 48-card deck. New players always welcome. Registration is required and there is a limited number of spaces available.  Please pay at the center’s reception desk on the day of participation.

                                       Call 206-365-1536 to register.

Classes will be held on: Thursdays from 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm
Members Pay $3 & Non-members Pay $6

Class is Ongoing | Registration Ongoing


QUILTING & SEWING

All levels of quilters welcome; work on your own project or group project.  Be prepared to learn, laugh and acquire some new friends.  

Call 206-365-1536 to register. You may pay at the center’s reception desk on the day of participation.

Classes will be held on: Tuesdays from 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Members Pay $3 & Non-members Pay $6

Class is Ongoing | Registration Ongoing
Call the Senior Center at (206) 365-1536


Policies: Please register a week before the first day of class. You can register online through our website or call the Center at (206) 365-1536 if you need help with registration.

All classes, activities and events arranged at this Senior Center are for the convenience and pleasure of the participants who desire to attend. The Senior Center does not assume any responsibility for the well being or safety of the participants or their property in any matters pertaining to said activities and events. Members and their guests participate at their own risk and should not expect or hold the Senior Center responsible in any way. The Senior Center offers a variety of classes, but does not endorse any speakers. The presenters have been asked not to solicit or call any clients and to give information ONLY.

We suggest you listen to a variety of presenters before you make any kind of decision. Presentations are meant as an educational opportunity and no marketing is allowed.