Games & Groups
7/29 Update: Yesterday, Governor Inslee extended the pause indefinitely on counties moving ahead in the Safe Start Washington plan. SVSC is currently planning on restarting small group planning when King County reaches Phase 3. We are adding more virtual programming to our calendar every week, which you can find on our website here, https://snovalleysenior.org/events/events-calendar/
Following the phased re-opening of King County, the Sno-Valley Senior Center will remain closed until further notice, aside from a few one-on-one appointments (dental clinic & reflexology). We will continue offering Community Dining meals to-go or for delivery (if needed) and our Meals on Wheels program. For more information or to place an order for a meal, you can call 425-333-4152.
Last Monday of the Month at 1:00pm
A new book is selected each month and discusses at this monthly group meeting. During COVID-19 discussion are held on Zoom. For more information and to join the Zoom group, email email@example.com.
Drop-in Singing Group
First & Second Tuesday of the Month at 1:00pm
Join us for a fun sing-a-long group led by Dr. Julie Lee! We are always looking for new members,
everyone is welcome!
One Wednesday per Month at 1:00pm
Bring your sewing machine (if you don’t want to do the project you can bring your handwork). Some fabric available. If you have a power strip &extension cord, please bring them.
Artist Open Studio
Every Monday from 1-3pm in Room 202
Bring the painting, watercolor or drawing that you are working on and enjoy great company.
Scrabble & Upwords
Every Tuesday at 1:00pm, Rm 202
Join this fun group for a game of Scrabble! You can hear them laughing from down the hall!
Knitting and Crocheting Group
Every Thursday at 11am in Room 203
Bring your knitting and crocheting projects and enjoy the company of others working on similar projects!
Every Friday from 10am-2pm
If you have never played but want to learn, stop on by! We can teach and are always looking for new players!
Every Friday at 12:45pm in the Main Hall
There’s always room for more if you want to play.