Trips and Recreation

Trips

SESSC Southern Kitchen tripWhat places do you want to see? What places would you like to go? Let us know! We’d love to take you there! Email Alexander Arceo or call (206) 722-0317.

SESSC Trip Policy

  • All participants must be ambulatory (i.e., mobile) to go on an SESSC trip, and must be able to take care of their personal needs.
  • Payment for trips is due upon registration, whether done in person at the Front Desk or via phone. For your convenience, MasterCard and VISA credit cards may be used to pay for activities over the phone.
  • A minimum of five paid registrants is required for every trip. Without exception, scheduled trips with fewer than five registrants will be cancelled.
  • If you must cancel a trip, a check will be issued for trip cancellations if made at least three days prior to the trip. Missed paid trips will be considered a donation to the Center.
  • Drivers will not wait for late comers. You must be at the designated location for pick up before the scheduled departure time.
  • Failure to do so may result in being left behind, and you will not be permitted to go on the next three SESSC Casino Trips.

Trip Cancellation Policy

SESSC Classes may be cancelled if minimum attendance is not reached one week in advance of activity. Please sign up and pay for activities one week in advance.  All classes, programs, and activities are subject to change.

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November 24, 2020

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Seattle Parks and Recreation and SESSC Joint Programs

To register and make payment for joint programs:
1) Call Angela Smith at (206) 684-7484.
2) Register online, at your local Parks community center, or call the Business Service Center at (206) 684-5177. Cash, Check, Visa, MasterCard, and American Express are accepted.

Make checks payable to ‘City of Seattle.’ These activities are not always held at the SESSC. Please be sure to refer to each activity to determine locations, times, and dates.

Sound Steps Walking Program

Want to meet friends and maintain your health and independence?
Join a FREE Sound Steps weekly walking group for adults age 50+, offered throughout the city. We have groups for all levels of walkers. For more information, email Jill Ellison in the Lifelong Recreation office at (206) 684-4664.  Let Jill know before you start with a group so she can alert the walk leader.

Southcenter Mall Walk
Free
Contact: Jill Ellison
Reserve transportation from SESSC by calling (206) 684-4664 by the Wednesday before.
Be fit and shop too!

Seward Park Sound Steps
Free
Contact: Jill Ellison
Walk the 2.5 mile loop while enjoying Puget Sound views.

Sound Steps Hikes On Mondays
Register with Jill Ellison at (206) 684-4664.
Enjoy the great outdoors! Beginners welcome—you can walk as far as feels comfortable. Bring a lunch; dessert is provided.

 

Coming Soon! Virtual Adult and Choking CPR Class

Coming soon via ZOOM!

Click on this link CPR-Choking Prevention Flyer to download the flyer.

SESSC Is On YouTube Check Us Out!

Please visit our YouTube channel by clicking on this link – SESSC YouTube Page  Check out the video called Wishing and Hoping, that SESSC staff and volunteers put together for you. Also, check our Jaime’s video on Housing Waitlists for Seniors.  In addition, Mark Bryant is back! Time to get in shape. Exercise with him through three videos: Mark’s Exercise Classes
Part 1 of 3     Part 2 of 3    Part 3 of 3

 

 

Calling All Seniors – ZOOM Check-ins

If you live alone, or almost alone, ( with a spouse, caregiver, older sibling or loved one) we invite you to participate in ZOOM CHECK-INS. This is an online support group to combat isolation.
About me: My name is Ruby Holland. I’m a housing Advocate, who has been working with Senior Homeowners to stay in our homes and avoid displacement. I’m a senior who lives alone myself and face the same issues that you face. I have good working relationships with the Central Area Sr. Center, and recently the Southeast Senior Center. King County Council Member Girmay, and Tax Assessor John Wilson. I’ve worked briefly with our Attorney General, Bob Ferguson, and the Washington state AARP representative. Call me if interested (770) 471-3472 or email at
keepyourhabitat@gmail.com.

Download the flyer for more information Zoom Check In with Ruby pdf