Tour Spokane's youth and senior centers

Spend an evening with “The Young and the Restless”

Jerry Unruh, 509.625.6546

Monday, October 7, 2013 at 1:06 p.m.

We hope to see you on Wednesday, October 9, 3-8 .

This event is sponsored by Spokane Teachers Credit Union

This event is free and open to the public, and you're invited!

Tour all nine centers and learn about Project Joy. See what goes on at Spokane's youth and senior centers and participate in some of their many activities. Above all, meet the members, staff and volunteers.

Music, snacks and beverages with be available along with tours, slide shows, demonstrations, games, information, door prizes and more!

Get your “passport” stamped at each center and earn chances to win the grand prize (just one entry at each center please).

Hosting Centers include:

  • Corbin Senior Activity Center, 827 West Cleveland, 509-327-1584
  • East Central Community Center, 500 South Stone Street, 509-625-6699
  • Hillyard Senior Center, 4001 North Cook Street, 509-482-0803
  • Mid-City Concerns Senior Center, 1222 West 2nd Avenue, 509-747-3257
  • Northeast Youth Center, 3004 East Queen Avenue, 509-482-0708
  • Peaceful Valley Community Center, 214 North Cedar Street, 509-624-8634
  • Project Joy, 3151 East 27th Avenue, 509-535-0584
  • Sinto Senior Activity Center, 1124 West Sinto Avenue, 509-327-2861
  • Southside Senior & Community Center, 3151 East 27th Avenue, 509-535-0803
  • West Central Community Center, 1603 North Belt Street, 509-326-9540

Spokane Youth & Senior Centers Association (SYSCA) is an organization of nine centers and one program serving youth and seniors throughout the city. The organization was formed in July of 2011 to work cooperatively with the City of Spokane Parks Board in an effort to maximize services and funds for the greater community benefit.