The Senior Center at the Shoreline Arts Festival

Monday, June 22, 2015

The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center, 18560 1st Ave NE, Shoreline, WA 98155, 206-365-1536, is pleased to be part of the Shoreline Arts Festival.

Start the festival with a good breakfast
Photo by Jon Ann Cruver

Festival goers can start off their day with a special Arts Festival Breakfast served in the center's dining room. Chef Janice and her crew will be offering a variety of options with choices including three kinds of pancakes as well as a Shoreline Scramble. Serving hours are 8:30 to noon both days of the festival. This year's breakfast is sponsored by the Foss Home and Village.

Bargain Corner Thrift Shop
Photo by Jon Ann Cruver

The popular BARGAIN CORNER thrift shop will be open both days, 9:30-5:00. And there will be bargains! The shop will feature specials helping celebrate the 25th year of the Shoreline-LFP Arts Council and the 40th anniversary of the senior center. Vintage items, clothing, household items, books, puzzles and more covers the shelves of this unique shop located in the west end of the center. 

Visit the quilters and buy a raffle ticket
for this quilt
Photo by Jon Ann Cruver

The ThimbleBelle Quilters will be displaying their quilts in the staff lounge of the Conference Center this year. As is the tradition, they will begin sales of a quilt made with contributions of all its members: the Holiday Gift. The final drawing will be held during the Senior Center's Holiday Bazaar, November 6 and 7.

Marilyn Torvik, pianist for the Senior Singers
Bill plays his violin with the group
Photo by Jon Ann Cruver

The Senior Singers will be opening the week end of great entertainment on Saturday, 10:45am in the Shoreline Room. Join them as they fill the room with show tunes and a few surprises. At 3:00, sit back and enjoy the music and dancing of the Pacific Islands from the Hokulani Hula Studio with dancers with ages from 2 (keikis) to seniors (the Kupunas).

Kathy DeAguiar, Hokulani, of the Hokulani Hula Studios
will be performing during the Festival on the main stage
Photo by Jon Ann Cruver

The senior center extends our appreciation to the Arts Council for giving us the opportunity to be part of the arts festival in our community. Art is a pART of who we are for a lifetime.


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