Adult Beginner, Group Piano Lessons
Wed, 4:00PM - 5:00PM
Have you always wanted to learn how to play the piano? The benefits of learning to play a musical instrument as an adult include improved motor
skills and cognitive reasoning abilities. In addition, older learners may
value the experience more than younger students.
Classes are held on Wednesday afternoons from 4:00pm to 5:00pm.
4 Week Session $40
Senior Advocate Services
Days Varies By Appt. Free
Mt. Si Senior Center's Senior Advocate, Britt Isbell, is available to assist you with questions about social security, senior housing, Medicare, Medicaid or to help you connect with other senior services and resources in the Snoqualmie Valley.
Please call Mt. Si Senior Center at 425-888-3434 for an appointment or drop-in.
Adult Basic Computer Classes
Coming Soon! Free
Computers and the internet age are here to stay. In order to make sure that seniors don't miss out on important health, Social Security and Medicare information that is on-line only, Mt. Si Senior Center, in partnership with the King County Library System, are working together to bring these important classes to the Senior Center.
If you need to learn basic computer and keyboarding skills, or just want a refresher course, please add your name to the interest list located at the front desk.
August Birthday Lunch
Thu, Aug 9 at 12:00PM
People born in August are part of an interesting group and share their birthday month with the likes of Ester Williams, Herbert Hoover, Annie Oakley, Alfred Hitchcock, Mae West and Merriweather Lewis of Lewis & Clark fame. Come and join us as we celebrate our August babies!
Tea at Three
Wed, Aug 15 at 3:00pm
Join us for afternoon tea with delectable finger sandwiches and delicacies. Enjoy the company of your friends, great conversation and catching up over a delicious cup of tea, what could ever be better?
The fee for this program is $3.
Summer Grilling Food Safety Talk
Th, Aug 23 at 12:00PM
Tara Herbst, Compliance Investigator at the United States Department of Agriculture, Food Safety and Inspection Services will be here to host another fun and educational food-safety talk.
This month's topic is Grilling and Food Safety. According to the USDA, Cooking outdoors was once a summer only activity shared with family and friends. Now more than half of Americans say they are cooking outdoors year round. So whether the snow is blowing or the sun is shining, it's important to follow food safety guidelines to prevent harmful bacteria from causing foodborne illnesses.
Tara will be teaching us simple guidelines you use for grilling food safely. Please join us!
All the News that's Fit to Print....and More
Th, Sept 27 at 12:00PM
Executive Director, Susan Kingsbury-Comeau, will talk about what is happening at the Center including renovations, new grants and programs, and an update on Cascade Park Apartments.
Labor Day Lunch Celebration
Fri, Aug 31 at 12:00PM
We are hosting a fun lunch to celebrate all the working folks (retired or otherwise). The Labor Day holiday has been an official federal holiday since 1894, and the first Monday in September has been set aside since then to recognize the social and economic achievements of American workers. Please join us!
2018 Falls Prevention Awareness
Wed, Sept. 19 11:00AM - 3:00PM Free
This year, as a part of Mt. Si Senior Center's annual Fall Prevention program, Snoqualmie Valley Hospital staff will be hosting an educational lunchtime presentation.
The top will focus on identifying those risk factors that may lead to falls in your home. This talk will be led by Mr. Jim Scussle, Rehabilitation Director of Snoqualmie Valley Hospital, and it will have you thinking about steps that you can take to reduce falling hazards in your living space.
Join us for a full day of Fall Prevention Activities including:
Fall Assessment Testing 11:00AM - 12:00PM
Lunchtime Presentation 12:00PM - 12:30PM
Fall Prevention Workshop 1:00PM - 3:00PM
This free workshop is made possible in part with funding from King County Emergency Medical Services Fall Prevention Program.
Coming in 2018
Enhanced Wellness - late Spring 2018
A Matter of Balance - August & September
Chronic Disease Self-Management Program - tbd
Chronic Pain Self-Management Program - tbd
Diabetes Self-Management Program - tbd