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? Email the FESH Coordinator, Valerie Stewart, at

Adaptive Gardening: How to Continue Gardening through Aging, Disability, and Illness

Tuesday, May 4 from 2:00-3:00pm &
Tuesday, May 25 from 2:00-3:00pm

This presentation from the Washington Assistive
Technology Act Program (WATAP) will cover both
commercial and adaptive gardening devices or
techniques specifically designed for various groups
experiencing barriers to gardening.

To register for either presentation please contact Scott
Canaan at or 206-543-0877.

Low Tech and No Tech Solutions

Tuesday, June  22 from 2:00-3:00pm

Many individuals have been solving their independent living, work or recreational challenges through their own ingenuity and materials they find available at home or locally. This webinar will expand on those and explore novel improvements to positioning, stabilizing or affixing tools, equipment or devices used daily for independent living.

Kinship Caregivers Day

Saturday, May 15 from 11:30am-1:00pm

Enjoy a boxed lunch and a special surprise for caregivers at this drive-thru event, celebrating Kinship Caregivers! Pick-up in the parking lot of the Issaquah Senior Center (75 NE Creek Way). Sign-up through Cynthia Green or 206-328-6858

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Media Club

Tuesday, May 11 from 2:00-3:30pm

Session #1 Implicit Bias: What is it? Let’s watch and
discuss. Learn more and register with Valerie at 

Make New Friends Across the Miles

Wednesday, May 19 from 1:30-2:15pm on Zoom

May is National Biodiversity Month. Let’s take a tour of the Hoh Rainforest in the Olympic National Park. Share in fun and new friendships with YMCA of Greater Houston and the FESH of Sno-Valley, Mt. Si and Issaquah Senior Centers.

Register at the link HERE. Questions? Email


GenPRIDE has a full slate of online programming! You’ll find Introduction to Qigong, Healthy Cooking, At the Movies, and more. Check it out at the link HERE.

Encompass Kinship Group

Wednesdays at 2pm on Zoom

Encompass Grandparents Raising Grandkids Kinship
Support Group meets every Wednesday at 2pm on Zoom! Are you raising a child that is a relative or friend? Please join in for support, resources, information and great
conversation. Please contact Laura Lewis at 425.443.4175 or

 The Riverview Youth Council Interact Club 

We are looking for Pen Pals! This group of caring, philanthropic high-school students would really love to share in great conversations with you. If you are interested, please email Valerie
Stewart, FESH Hub Coordinator, at

Chai & Conversation: Tuesdays & Thursdays at 4:00pm on Zoom

Join the India Association of Western Washington on Zoom for conversations and connections. Each week there is a different theme, presentation or music and stories.  Learn more at or email