Events

Current Events

Previous Events are listed at the bottom of the page.

  • Age Friendly Seattle Community Coffee Hour—Thursday, October 11 (10–11 a.m.) at Magnuson Brig, 6344 NE 74th St, Seattle. 
  • Kitchen Table Talk: Civic Participation—Tuesday, October 16 (1–2 p.m.). Join the conversation about age-friendly communities. This month's topic is Civic Participation. See the article in the October issue of Northwest Prime Time. Anybody can participate; no prior experience required. You can call in or log on from the comfort of your kitchen table, sofa, or desk!
  • Age Friendly Seattle Coffee Hour—Thursday, October 18 (10–11 a.m.) at The Central Building (810 3rd Ave, 1st Floor Conference Room)
  • Pike Place Market Walking Tour—Friday, October 19 (9–11 a.m.) starting at The Market Commons (1901 Western Ave, Suite 100, on the southeast crner of the MarketFront). This tour takes the place of the regularly-scheduled Age Friendly Coalition for Seattle and King County meeting. After a briefing on programs and services offered in this historic space, participants have an opportunity to navigate the Market while documenting observations on accessibility and age-friendliness on a smartphone app. Be sure to RSVP here so there is enough seating and instruction sheets to go around. For more information, contact Age Friendly Seattle coordinator Sarah Demas (sarah.demas@seattle.gov or 206-386-4058).
  • Age Friendly Seattle Community Coffee Hour—Thursday, November 8 (10–11 a.m.) at Queen Anne Community Center (1901 1st Ave W).
  • "Legacy of Love" 2018 African American Caregiver Forum—Saturday, November 10 (10 a.m.–3 p.m.) at Southcenter Doubletree Hotel (16500 Southcenter Pkwy, Seattle). Coordinated by the Mayor’s Council on African American Elders and Aging and Disability Services—the Area Agency on Aging for Seattle and King County—Age Friendly Seattle is a co-sponsor of this event.

  • Age Friendly Seattle Coffee Hour—Thursday, November 15 (10–11 a.m.) at The Central Building (810 3rd Ave, 1st Floor Conference Room)
  • Kitchen Table Talks: Community Support & Health Services—Tuesday, November 20 (1–2 p.m.). Join the conversation about age-friendly communities! Anybody can participate; no prior experience required. You can call in or log on from the comfort of your kitchen table, sofa, or desk! At event time, choose one of these two options: 1) Visit online (preferred): https://tinyurl.com/KTTnovember *or* 2) Call 206-386-1200 (toll-free 844-386-1200). When promoted, enter this month's code: 6962239 
  • Age Friendly Seattle Community Coffee Hour—Thursday, November 30 (10:30–11:30 a.m.) at Rainier Beach Community Center (8825 Rainier Ave S).
  • Kitchen Table Talks: Age-Friendly Discussion Group—Tuesday, December 18 (1–2 p.m.). Join the conversation about age-friendly communities! Anybody can participate; no prior experience required. You can call in or log on from the comfort of your kitchen table, sofa, or desk! December topic: Transportation. More information will be posted here in the near future.
  • Age Friendly Seattle Coffee Hour—Thursday, December 20 (10–11 a.m.) at The Central Building (810 3rd Ave, 1st Floor Conference Room)

Age Friendly Coalition for Seattle and King County

This countywide community-based Age Friendly Coalition (formerly "task force") supports implementation of Age Friendly Seattle and is available to assist suburban cities and communities in launching age-friendly initiatives. The coalition and its steering committee meet on alternate months, third Fridays. Four additional committees meet on their own schedules—Active Transportation & Outdoor Spaces; Housing; Outreach, Advocacy & Communications; and Social & Civic Participation.

All meetings are "open table." Please join us! For meeting information, click here.

Currently, the coalition and its committees are staffed by the Age Friendly Seattle team. For other information, e-mail agefriendly@seattle.gov.

Previous Events

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For Lifelong Recreation events, see their current catalog.

For additional events, you can also visit the Citywide Event Calendar and individual department calendars.