Update 10/27/2021: Following an update from King County Public Health, the Sno-Valley Senior Center will be requiring vaccine verification/ accepted negative COVID test for those participating in ALL in-person programming/ dining. As a reminder, masks are required at the Sno-Valley Senior Center, regardless of vaccination status.

Sno-Valley Senior Center is officially re-opened for more programming, in-person dining, and EnhanceFitness classes. Reservations are required for lunches, please call 425-333-4152. Meals are served at Noon, Monday-Friday or can be picked-up at 12:45pm.

Re-in-Carnation Thrift Store is now open for shopping and donations from Noon-4pm, Monday-Saturday. Learn more at Re-in-Carnation page, HERE.


Sno-Valley Senior Center is your home away from home. We provide fresh, homemade meals, low-cost resources like health and dental services, support for independent living, and much more! Click on the links below to see what we can offer you!

Food and Dining
Here you’ll find information about our Community Lunch Program, signing up for Meals on Wheels, and our monthly Menu!

Health Services
Here you’ll find the schedule information for our Bastyr Naturopathic appointments, Reflexology and Dental Clinic appointments.

Counseling and Support
Sno-Valley Senior Center Social Worker, Kelly Fujiwara, runs a Homebound Senior Outreach Program, for those who have difficult getting out of the house. Use the link above to learn more.

Here you’ll find the schedule information for our Legal & Financial Advisor appointments, Grief & Caregiver Support Groups, Kinship Group Meetings, and how to sign-up and receive monthly pet food from the Seattle Humane Society.

Here you’ll find information about our Homebound Senior Outreach Program, Senior Information and Assistance, and numerous Senior/ Local Resources

Here you’ll find information about the Hyde Shuttle program, which serves seniors and those with disabilities throughout the Snoqualmie Valley Area, Monday-Friday from 8:00am-4:00pm. You’ll also find information about Snoqualmie Valley Transportation, Duvall Community Van, Access, and the Volunteer Transportation Program.