This page showcases some of our many amazing activities. E-mail charles@spseniors.org to join us!

SPSC Welcomes Summer!

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by Katherine Jordan As summer arrives, and the temperatures begin to rise, we have been preparing in every way to keep our Seniors comfortable and safe, while keeping the Center open and programming happening! If you’ve joined us during the … Read More

Dipping in at the Seattle Aquarium

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by Charles Bontémps Our most recent adventure took us to the Seattle Aquarium! Although the temperature was quite cold, we had blue skies and lots of sun on this beautiful day heading to Seattle’s waterfront. There is still a lot … Read More

Reflecting on Indigenous Peoples Month

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by Charles Bontemps Reflecting on 2022, I will say that the entire year was extremely fulfilling.  I loved seeing our Seniors engage in the Culture Focus programming SPSC provided – it was wonderful to see their excitement as they learned … Read More

SPSC Welcomes Everyone!

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South Park Senior Citizens has recently launched LGBTQIA+ inclusionary activities that will provide for sensitive programming at our Center, and a safe space of belonging, for all the Seniors of our community. SPSC is partnering with AgePRIDE and GenPride to … Read More

Welcoming the New Year!

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I am so grateful for the amazing year 2022 was at South Park Senior Center, and am so excited for the robust plans we have for 2023! The achievements this past year were many.  SPSC successfully met the demands of … Read More

Kubota Gardens Field Trip

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By Charles Bontemps We had two field trips in the month of August! On the 23rd, a new group of 12 Seniors went with us to explore the Kubota Gardens in Renton. We explored the gardens, which included a number … Read More

Welcoming local author, Judy Temes

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In August, Judy Temes, a local author and journalist, joined SPSC’s Book Club to discuss her book, Girl Left Behind. At age five, Judy Temes was living with her parents and brother in a small town near Hungary’s southern border. … Read More

Snofalls Lavender Farm Field Trip

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By Charles Bontemps On August 4th, SPSC took a group of 12 Seniors out to Fall City, WA, to visit the Snofalls Lavender Farm. The day was looking a bit overcast and dreary, but that didn’t dampen our mood, and … Read More

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