The SouthEast Seattle Senior Center offers social, health, and recreation activities and services designed to encourage new experiences, new discoveries, and continued independence. The Center is open Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 4:00pm with occasional weekend events. Membership at the Center is encouraged but not required, and is open to all adults 50 years and older.
Wednesday, January 1 – New Year’s Day
Monday, January 20 – Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Monday, February 17 – Presidents’ Day
Monday, May 25 – Memorial Day
Thursday, July 4, – Independence Day
Monday, September 7 – Labor Day
Wednesday, November 11 – Veterans’ Day
Thursday, November 26 – Thanksgiving
Friday, November 27 – Day After Thanksgiving
Thursday, December 24 – Christmas Day
Friday, December 25 – New Year’s Day
We are located at 4655 South Holly Street, Seattle, WA 98118 at the corners of Rainier Ave South and South Holly Street along the #7 Bus route.
From the North:
Take Exit 161 for Albro Place toward Swift Ave. Turn left at South Albro Place. Turn right at Swift Ave S. Turn left at South Graham Street. Turn right at Rainier Ave. Turn right onto South Holly Street.
From the South:
Take Exit 161 for Swift Ave toward Albro Place. Turn left at Swift Ave South. Take the first right onto South Graham St. Turn right at Rainier Ave. Turn right onto South Holly Street.
From the East:
Take Exit 3A for Rainier Ave South and merge onto Rainier Ave. South. Turn right at South Holly Street.
From the West:
Take Exit 3 for Rainier Ave South. Turn right at Rainier Ave. South. Turn right at South Holly Street.
On street parking is available. Additional parking is available directly behind the Cheap Chickadee Thrift Store and in the parking garage under the Center, which has direct access to the elevator.
In general, when Seattle Public Schools are closed, the Senior Center is as well. Listen to your radios and televisions for up-to-date bulletins. If in doubt, please call (206) 722-0317. In case of bad weather or difficult travel, the staff may be here and the Center open, yet we encourage you to stay home for safety.