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Our Activities Program provides opportunities to participate in higher education classes, exercise programs, hobbies, low-cost health and wellness services and other social events.
There are numerous activities taking place at the Olympia and Virgil Clarkson Lacey Senior Centers each day. It is our goal to offer programs, services and social opportunities that nurture the notion to celebrate life, stay socially engaged, and nourish the mind, body and soul. If we don’t have what you are looking for, please contact us! Some of our best ideas come from YOU. Many programs are free and open to the public.
Who can participate in Center Activities?
For people primarily aged 55 and older, though there are exceptions and we are able to accommodate younger individuals for some programs, such as our bingo fundraisers, which are open to anyone aged 21 and older. Many of our programs and services are open to the public and others are for members only.
Membership offers year-long access to dozens of special interest groups, health services, as well as discounts on trips and Senior Academy classes. In addition, we offer tiered membership levels that carry with them varying benefits. Learn more about the different Membership Levels that's right for you! We don't believe anyone should be excluded from participating in Senior Center activities so no one is ever turned away! Financial assistance is available for folks going through financial hardship. Apply for Membership today!
Explore our Academic Curriculum!
Senior Academy: (Formerly known as Academic Classes) Life is about continuing to learn, expand our horizon and enjoy the quest for knowledge. Our special quarterly academic and life enriching programs are designed to do just that! Classes are currently offered at the Olympia Senior Center and are open to adults aged 17 or older. Dates and prices are listed in the catalog.
Speaker Series: Special talks from authors, travelers, legends, historians - all sorts of individuals who wish to impart their knowledge, wisdom and experience about a specific topic. The talks are free and open to the public. If you would like to bring a talk or presentation to Senior Services at either Center, we'd love to hear from you! View and download your flyer and feel free to post around the community!
Center Newsletters: Each month, we bring you upcoming activities, special events and important matters of the day! Pick your newsletter up at the Olympia or Lacey Senior Center or simply view and print them from home.
Click here to view our latest newsletter
Get involved and have fun, too! Volunteer positions are usually needed in the following areas.
Receptionist: At either the Olympia or Lacey Senior Center, answering inquiries, routing incoming calls, taking messages, recording membership registrations and renewals, filing and other clerical tasks.
Special Events: Assisting with various tasks, including setup and cleanup of event spaces, decorating, admissions, cash-handling, serving food and drinks, concessions, etc.
Hospitality: Preparing and serving coffee, handling snacks and keeping area clean in the Coffee Café to make guests feel welcome.
For more information about volunteering please visit our Volunteer Opportunities page.
Please contact our Olympia Senior Center at 360.586.6181 or
our Lacey Senior Center at 360.407.3967 for questions or more information.