The King County Veterans, Seniors and Human Services Levy connects service members and veterans, residents age 55 or older, and vulnerable populations to programs and services that help them live healthy, productive and meaningful lives. It helps individuals and families transition to affordable housing, get job training, find employment, receive behavioral healthy treatment, and more. 

The Far East Senior Hub (FESH) includes the Sno-Valley Senior Center, Issaquah Senior Center and Mt. Si Senior Center and we are partnering with a range of providers to expand the reach of our services to seniors who are isolated and a broader diversity of elders.

Below you’ll find information about upcoming FESH presentations and events. Questions? or wish to register? Email the FESH Coordinator, Valerie Stewart, at

See full page of programming at the link HERE.


Every other Monday at 4pm

Please join us as we read and discuss Robin Di’Angelos Book “What Does It Mean to Be White”. Our goal is to provide a safe space for learning, sharing, and reflecting on white privilege. We hope that every person who completes this study group will continue a lifelong journey of learning about and supporting racial equity. Study is Free and a few books are available for a small donation.  Facilitators: Cecelia McCorkle and Valerie Stewart. Register via email, Phone: 425 333-4152 or link

CHAI & CHAT | Every Tues & Thurs, 4:00 PM via Zoom

Join the India Association of Western Washington, now known as Indian-American Community Services on Zoom for conversation and connections. Each week there is a different presentation or music and stories. Contact Nanda at


First Tuesday of the month from 5:00PM—7:00pm (in-person)

Join other relative caregivers at monthly kinship meetings over dinner.  Encompass provides a safe place for those hoping to share concerns and joys of the unique responsibility of raising children Our Savior Lutheran Church 745 Front Street,  Issaquah, WA 98027.

Every Wed, 1:00 PM on Zoom

Encompass Grandparents Raising Grandkids Kinship Support Group meets every Wednesday at 1pm on Zoom.  For more information on either groups contact Laura Lewis at or 425-443-4175

Last Thursday of the month from 10:30am-12:30pm (in-person)

If you would like to stay for lunch at the Sno-Valley Senior Center, please call 24 hours ahead of meeting to reserve your lunch at 425 333-4152.

Age Pride – The Goldsen Institute – University of Washington

Gathering Together: Our early-stage memory loss support group is a time for LGBTQ+ and allies experiencing memory loss to connect with others about their shared experiences. Time for connecting, sharing resources and mutual support, as well as laughter and conversation. Wednesdays from 1-2pm.

This Chair Rocks: Join us for our virtual weekly exercise class! Enjoy a fun hour of chair work-outs where we’ll move through stretching, strengthening, and cardio exercises to help prevent falls, boost your mood, and improve endurance. In the comfort of your own homes, we’ll be ready to come together for a good time. All are welcome. Tuesdays from 10-11am.

Its Our Time: Join AgePRIDE for a connecting and interactive conversation with other LGBTQ+ older adults. There are no expectations for this lunch time session. Coming together and being ourselves, we’ll talk about issues that are important and relevant to our lives. All are welcome. Zoom link here or email or call to register. Third Fridays from 12-1pm. Call or email to register. 206 543-2449.


We are looking for Seniors to participate in our Far East Senior Hub Pen Pal Program with local high school students.  Do you love to write?  Would you like to share your penmanship passion with students and create new
intergenerational relationships. We will be recruiting new students coming up in  September for the new school year and would love to partner them up with YOU! Interested?


SeaMar will be at Sno-Valley Senior Center the 3rd Monday of the month to bring the community together with translation for our Spanish speaking residents living in the valley! SeaMar is at Issaquah Senior Center on the 1st Monday, and Mt. Si Senior Center on the 2nd Monday! We will be working with SeaMar to make all of our programming inclusive for Spanish Speaking Seniors and are excited to create new friendships, ease isolation and depression. Interested call Valerie at 206-779-2011 or Clemencia at SeaMar 425-373-6587