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Coming up…

  • Fall 2023 Rummage Sale

    Rummage Sale

    Friday, September 22nd 9am-4pm

    Saturday, September 23rd 9am-3pm

    Come one and all to search for treasures here at the Ballard NW Rummage Sale—clothes, jewelry, antiques, household items, kitchenware, and this year back by demand…a good selection of sewing and craft supplies.

    Chef Lori will have house-made soups, sandwiches, pastries, and cookies ready in the café for purchase. This is one you don’t want to miss.

    Mark your calendars and remind friends and family about the sale!

    Get ready to shop!

  • Rainbow Bingo

    Oktoberfest Edition!

    Friday, October 6th
    7pm — 9pm

    (Doors open at 6pm for food
    and beverage service.)

    Join us for the incomparable Sylvia O’Stayformore–and Oktoberfest-y food & beverages Lively Bingo with cash prizes. All proceeds, ticket sales and donations, go toward funding BNWSC programs and services.

    $35 /per person
    Must be 21 to participate.
    Limited to 75 guests.

  • Vaccination Clinics

    Flu season is coming soon. Ballard Senior Center is hosting an on-site vaccination clinic to help you stay healthy!

    Flu Shot Clinic

    Tuesday, October 10
    10 am—12 noon

    By appointment only.
    Phone 206.297.0403 to schedule.

    Most major health insurance accepted.  FREE with accepted insurance.  $35 without insurance.

Community Dining Lunches

Lunch at the center is served promptly at noon. It is important to arrive by 12 pm in order to be served. The suggested donation is $4.00 per meal. Come in, join friends in the Harmony Dining Hall and visit over the noon meal.

This Week’s Menu

  • Dining Menu September 18th – 20th

    Monday ~ Enchiladas, Rice & Black Beas, Salad, Fruit

    Tuesday ~ Chicken Parmesan, Buttered Noodles, Salad & Dessert

    Wednesday ~ Grilled Cheese, Split Pea & Ham Soup, Salad & Fruit

    Thursday ~ Rummage Sale set up day – No Community Dining

    Friday ~ Rummage Sale – No Community Dining

    Wednesday Night Dinner ~ Creole Chicken w/Red Beans & Rice, Salad & Dessert

    *Menu is subject to change.

Delivery Meals are available in our limited delivery area. Two unique full meals are prepared for delivery on Tuesdays and Thursdays at a suggested donation of $10.00 per day.

*Please note that when the center is closed no meals are served.

The Ballard NW Senior Center is known as the friendly Center where all are welcome and appreciated. We are committed to equity and inclusion. As our CEO said, “At Sound Generations we embrace the belief that racial and other social identities should be respected and affirmed.” We don’t tolerate racism on any level and we commit to work for a better future.

Our goal for 2023 has to grow membership and participation and to reach more of the underserved. Our motto is “together we can do more” as the friendliest Center where we work together to welcome, support and appreciate all.   

We still need your help and support as we close out 2023. Please consider making a a tax deductible
donation today so we can provide for our older adults. These folks might be you, your family,
friends or neighbors. Food security, health and wellness, increased connections and less
isolation, assistance services, socialization are all part of the center programs that make so
many lives better.

We couldn’t do all we do without your generosity, please consider a tax deductible
donation to Ballard NW Senior Center by donating online.

You can also donate by check to: Ballard NW Senior Center 5429 32nd NW Seattle WA 98107.  

members of ballard senior center with signs that say Stay Strong


I want to thank each and every volunteer for all your service to the Center. You are the heart and soul of our Center. We applaud and honor each of you. Your care, concern, commitment, time, energy, knowledge, heart, friendliness, hard work, effort and dedication are deeply appreciated. Thank You, Thank You! Love and hugs to each of you. Keep smiling, we will be serving together as soon as possible.

 “I wasn’t afraid to fail. Something good always comes out of failure.” – Anne Baxter

“If age imparted wisdom, there wouldn’t be any old fools.” – Claudia Young

Community support keeps the center running.
We appreciate your generous support of our programs and services.

Center Sponsors

Thank you Seattle Rep for your partnership and support to our seniors participating in Public Works.