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  • "Cooking Matters"
    Learn new and simple techniques for quick & easy meals that are healthy and delicious. We will be meeting in the Social Room of the Stilly Pointe Apartments building and there will be a cooking demonstartion, so bring your appetite.

    March 20th & 27th
    April 3rd & 10th
    11:00AM - 12:30PM

    There are only four classes and a limit of 10 people per class.
  • Monday Lunch - New!
    Monday lunches cost $5 and is an open grill with your choice of Hamburger, BLT, Hot Dog, Chili Dog, Grilled Cheese and either a side of green salad or potato salad.

    To ensure we have enough lunches, PLEASE PRE - REGISTER by the previous Friday for Monday lunch at the front desk. Start @ noon.
  • Stilly Resource Fair


    The Fair begins:

    Wednesday

    April 12, 2017

    10:00am - 2:00pm

    In the Main Hall

    The Fair will feature informational seminars, health screenings and resources, as well as over 30 vendor booths, prizes throughout the day. Admission is free.
    Download the Flyer for more information.
  • Chicken Dinner

    March 26th & April 30th

    Noon - 2:00pm



    Prices

    $8 Seniors

    $9 Adults

    $5 Children


    Come in and join us as we serve the best baked chicken with mashed potatoes & gravy, coleslaw and roll.

    All proceeds help to raise money to keep our seniors active in the community.
    Live musical entertainment!
  • Aging Mastery Program
    Have you mastered the art of aging? The Aging Mastery Program® is a fun program that can help you improve your health, financial security, and overall well-being. Register today at Stillaguamish Senior Center. Limited spots are available so sign up now! The 5 week program will launch Thursday April 27, 2017 from 10:30-2:30pm.

    Call 360-653-4551 or email: aerbeck@stillycenter.org
  • First Day of Spring Celebration
    Spring - our reward for enduring the cold, gray days of winter. Come and join us as we celebrate the colors, flowers and feeling of renewal that only Spring can bring. Event begins at 10:45 a.m. on March 24th with music by Gary Lee Hood. Lunch at noon.

  • Mindfulness Group
    Join us in exploring an evidence-based approach to stress reduction and mind/body health throughout the lifespan. The Mindfulness Group is a place for friendly discussion, shared support and information on managing and embracing the changes we face.
    Every 2nd & 4th Wednesday from 9:50am - 10:50am.
    This is a program of Senior Services and Long Term Care and Aging provided by Senior Services of Snohomish County
  • Easter At the Center
    Easter hats have been a long tradition at the senior center. Back in the day, most women wore hats and shopped for a new hat and dress for Easter. We have seen some treasured hats from family members, and some silly hats with Easter eggs hanging from the brim. It is a day of fun and music with Rick Cooper starting at 10:45 AM on April 14th; Easter egg hunt; and lunch at noon.
  • Arbor Day
    “Each generation takes the earth as trustees.” J. Sterling Morton. Trees are especially important to our environment. Let us celebrate Arbor Day together starting at 11:00 AM on April 25th with entertainer, Singing Sue. Lunch at noon.
  • Cinco De Mayo
    Cinco de Mayo is really more of a Mexican-American holiday than a Mexican one. First celebrated in California in 1863. Let’s have some fun and join in the celebration. Gerry Albin will be playing music starting at 10:45 AM on May 5th. Lunch at noon.
  • Mother's Day
    Mother’s day is observed in over 40 countries. The history of Mother’s Day is centuries old and the earliest Mother’s Day celebrations can be traced back to the spring celebrations of ancient Greece. Come find out when America started celebrating Mother’s Day. Music by Doug Williams starting at 10:45 AM on May 12th. Lunch at noon.
  • Memorial Day
    Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who have died in service to the United States of America. Come wearing your red, white and blue. We will share some trivia about the holiday. Gary Lee Hood will be playing music starting at 10:45 AM on May26th. Lunch at noon.

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The Stillaguamish Senior Center provides services to all seniors that enhance the quality of life, limit isolation and prevent a need for institutionalization. Each of our programs areas strives to achieve this mission. The program areas include Health, Nutrition, Social Service, Housing, Recreation, Education and Transportation.


Closures
Day After New Years Monday, January 2nd
Martin Luther King Day Monday, January 16th
Presidents Day Monday, February 20th
Memorial Day Monday, May 29th
Independence Day Tuesday, July 4th
Labor Day Monday, September 4th
Columbus Day Monday, October 9th
Thanksgiving Day Thursday, November 23rd
Day after Thanksgiving Friday, November 24th
Day Before Christmas Eve Friday, December 23th
Day after Christmas Monday, December 26th

Snow Days - If the Arlington school district is closed for snow, the Stillaguamish Senior Center will be closed as well.

Check the following link for closure information:

www.asd.wednet.edu


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