CHANGES: The Dale Turner Pop-up vaccination clinic has been rescheduled to Saturday March 13

Thursday, March 11, 2021

Dale Turner YMCA
Due to some logistical changes the pop-up vaccine clinic at the Dale Turner YMCA has been changed to Saturday March 13th only.

From 9:00-1:30pm they are making appointments for community members who are 65 years plus - and in particular 65+ BIPOC.

To make an appointment email

Thank you to our Public Health Dept and the Shoreline Fire Dept for making this event happen.

The event on Saturday is specific for our 65 years plus community and in particular our BIPOC 65+. Below are details for the event on Saturday:

  • 9:00 - 1:30pm dedicated to our (65+ & 65+ BIPOC community members only)
  • This event is open to the community for those who are eligible
  • Vaccines will take place in the Dale Turner Family Y gym
  • P1 parking garage will be open for community members to park in
  • All registrations must be done directly by emailing
  • In order to register you must provide first name, last name, telephone number, email and language and meet the eligibility requirements for this event
  • The Shoreline Fire Dept will be administering the Johnson and Johnson single shot vaccine
  • Vaccine time slots will be assigned on a first come first serve basis only


UG March 13, 2021 at 7:18 PM  

Thanks to this post which I read in the early evening on Wednesday, I emailed the contact and had a reply with a reservation for a vax within one hour!
I'm 70 and had been struggling trying to get a vax at any of the 3 Snohomish vax sites over the last few weeks.
When I arrived this morning, Saturday, for my 10:15, I was greeted by what looked like dozens of helpful volunteers. Check-in was smooth and quick & I received my vax at the appointed time, waited the 15 minute well-ness check and left via the free parking garage. The whole experience was positive. Thanks to all the fire fighters and community volunteers who donated their time.
Thanks again, SAN,
Dru Druzianich

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