Going to the Arts Festival? Have a good, hearty breakfast first

Friday, June 27, 2014

Hokulani Hula Dancers perform
Hawaiian, Maori, and Tahitian dances
Breakfast will be served at the Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center dining room from 8:30am to noon during this weekend’s Arts Festival, June 28 and 29.

Before you head out for the many activities throughout the conference center you can enjoy some pretty nifty choices from the breakfast menu: pancakes (apple cinnamon or blueberry) French Toast, sausages, scrambled eggs, The Shoreline Scramble and more!

Also, during the festival, the Senior Center’s thrift shop, The Bargain Corner, will be open during festival hours. (10-6 Saturday, 10-5 Sunday). There is a shop special going on: buy two clothing items at regular price; get one of equal or less value FREE!

On Saturday, after you’ve had your amazing breakfast, go to the Shoreline Room to hear our Senior Singers at 10:45am. This group of beautiful singers is the festival entertainment’s opening act. They have worked hard to present a fun, musical program.

Kupuna dancers will perform at the
Shoreline Arts Festival this weekend
At 1:00pm, The Hokulani Hula Dancers and the Kupunas will be performing. Dancers range in age from 3 to 94, and are performing traditional hulas representing the islands of Hawaii as well Tahitian and Maori dances.
The Senior Center is located in the southern-most building of the Shoreline Center, 18560 1st Ave NE #1; 206-365-1536. Learn more about the center and what it can offer the seniors of our community on-line.


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