Monday, May 30, 2011
18560 1st Ave NE, Suite 1, Shoreline, WA 98155
Karaoke-BINGO June 10
Have you been thinking about giving Karaoke a try? Well at the Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center we have paired Karaoke and BINGO together to provide a night of fun. The evening begins with a couple of Karaoke songs and then a couple of BINGO games. There is fun and great food for only a $10.00 admission which includes a packet for 8 bingo games. Cold beer and wine are sold, and there is plenty of food and soft drinks offered; ages 21 and over. Call to make reservations. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and BINGO starts at 7:00 p.m.
Cooking with Chef Janice
The Chef Janice Cooking Classes are very popular. May is usually the time to plant an herb garden, but it looks like that will be happening in June. As the herbs grow you will learn how to use them while preparing your meals. Also, a trip to the Farmers Market might be offered where participants will learn about fruits and vegetable from other countries, and how to prepare them. Classes in June will be 1st, 15th, & 29th. Fee: Members $5, Non-Members $7.00 sign-up at the front desk.
Philippine Heritage Meal June 13
When was the last time you were able to enjoy lumpia? Well come and join us for lunch at the Shoreline-LFP Senior Center and enjoy a traditional Philippine meal of Adobo Pork, Lumpia, Pancit, Fresh Fruit, and Leche Flan. Cost for participants 60 yrs and older is a suggested donation of $3.00, and under 60 yrs old the cost of the meal is $6.00.
Birthday Lunch, June 16
The Shoreline Lake Forest Park Senior Center provides a free lunch for current members celebrating their birthday. The Birthday Lunch sounds very tempting: Chicken Cordon Blue, Saffron Rice, Sautéed Spring Vegetables, Fresh Strawberry Cheesecake. Entertainment, birthday cake and prizes are part of the fun.
New Class – “Clutter Control”
Feeling Cluttered in your home? Know someone you care about who has clutter? Then join this group and find ways to get rid of the clutter. Find out how other deal with it – or don’t! For those who want, we will develop a plan to help you de-clutter. Facilitated by Scott Theisen, M.S.W. Wednesdays, 11am to noon.
PROBUS Invites, June 21 (Everyone is welcome)
Bob Ferguson, King County Council member will be talking about the Veterans and Human Services Levy. King County voters approved the Veterans and Human Services Levy in 2005. The Levy invests over $13 milling per year for six years in cost-effective proven programs. Half of the funds are dedicated to veterans and their families and the other half serve working families and vulnerable residents including people with disabilities and seniors. Levy funds served over 50,000 diverse clients through 2009. The contribution of a typical homeowner is less than $15 a year.
Joel Estey, Regional Veterans Service manager for King County, will be sharing information and pictures from the Veterans Memorial Museum in Chehalis, WA. The museum features 9,000 square feet main gallery with 85 display cases and hundreds of displays honoring our veterans. Their mission is to honor, and perpetuate the memory of the service men and women who have served in our nation’s armed forces down through the history of our country during peacetime or war.
New take out meal service available at the Shoreline-LFP Senior Center
During the week you can purchase a meal at the Senior Center for lunch, and take home a meal if there is food remaining after lunch is served. However on weekends, if you do not cook or you do not have the time, you do not eat balanced meals. In fact you eat whatever there is around the house. So, to help you out, a new scratch meal service is being offered on Fridays for those of you who may need meals for the week-end. Meals can be purchased for yourself, parents, friends or neighbors. We will need your orders by Wednesday, and your meals will be ready for pick up on Friday. They will come in containers that are both freezable and microwaveable. Call or come by the Senior Center to find out what the Friday menu will be each week. The price for these meals will be $4.00 each.
Arts Festival Happenings June 25 and June 26:
Famous Arts Festival Breakfast
Want a tasty breakfast at a reasonable price and then join in the fun at the Arts Festival? Well you’re in luck! At the breakfast you can enjoy pancakes, French toast, eggs and sausage. Breakfast will be served from 8:30 a.m. and closes at noon or when the food runs out. Look for our Sponsor information.
Kitchen Corner Catering
Our own Chef Janice will be a vendor in the Food Court at the Arts Festival. She will be serving, Italian Meatball Sub, Hot Scones; a special treat for the kids “a banana rolled up in a PB&J sandwich, and more. Drop by to say “hi” and check out the other items being offered.
Other things to do
The Thrift Shop will be open again this year for all of you interested in a great buy! Raffle tickets will be on sale for the 2011 quilt by the ThimbleBelles. The theme is the American Revolution Freedom Trail. It is a beautiful quilt. The Senior Singers will be performing and the Hokulani Hula Studio Dancers will be dancing in the Shoreline Room.