Community Centers

East Central Community Center

500 S. Stone St.

Brett Faison
Recreation Supervisor

East Central Senior Center/Adult Day Center is the place for seniors to have fun. We offer a myriad of recreational activities promoting fitness and wellness, lifelong learning and teamwork in a friendly setting. View our 2013-2014 Senior Program Activity Guide (PDF 1.3 MB) for detailed information. Enjoy monthly parties, educational speakers, cultural performances as well as a regular line-up of great programs designed for active older adults. Come join the party and make new friends!

Southwest Spokane Community Center

310 S. Spruce

Mark Reilly
SWSCCC Director

Samantha Matthai
ECEAP Director & Family Service Coordinator

Southwest Spokane Community Center is located in a newly constructed facility in the basement of All Saints Lutheran Church across from Coeur d'Alene Park in Browne's Addition. The Community Center serves these neighborhoods: Peaceful Valley, Browne's Addition, Latah Valley, Thorpe, Downtown, Cannon Hill, Comstock and West Hills. We offer programs and events for people of all ages, with emphasis on our vibrant youth program for after-school and summer vacation. The youth program features intensive homework help, recreational activities, monitored computer lab, in-house library, games and snacks in a safe and supportive environment. Contact Kelsey Herman, Youth Director, at for more information. The Center also has Adult Special Needs Programs -- contact Pam Rollison at 509.995.8201. Meeting halls are available at the center for church groups, clubs, other organizations and events. Friday Food Bank opens for signup at 9:00 AM, with food distribution starting at 10:30 AM. The Center is open Monday-Friday from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. The children's after-school program is 3:15 PM to 5:30 PM, Monday-Friday, with summer vacation hours 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM, Monday-Friday.

SWCC ECEAP Preschool

The Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program (ECEAP) is Washington's pre-kindergarten program preparing low-income three- and four-year-olds for success in school and in life. Since 1985, ECEAP has focused on the well-being of the whole child by providing in-depth nutrition, health, education and family support services. ECEAP reaches the children most in need of these foundations for learning. The design of ECEAP is aligned with the nationally-researched programs that have shown exceptional returns on investment.

West Central Community Center

1603 N. Belt
Spokane, WA 99205

Kim Ferraro
Executive Director

The West Central Community Center has a variety of programs and services for families and individuals. We offer before and after school and summer youth programs, teen programs and numerous clubs and classes. Among the other programs and services located at the Center are WIC (Women, Infants and Children), Head Start, Unify Community Health Clinic and a satellite office for the Spokane Police Department. We also partner with numerous organizations to plan and produce community events which include Neighbor Day Festival, Halloween Carnival, Winterfest and Building Dreams—Bright Futures for Our Kids.

4:00-6:00pm Fridays in Mason
Scott Phillips

5:00-7:00pm Mondays & Thursdays in Gym
Mike Purcell

7:00-10:00pm Wednesdays 4:30-7:30pm Sundays in Gym
Jesse Lill

8:00-10:00pm Mondays & Sundays in Gym
Rick Harris

6:00-7:30pm Fridays in Gym also at Wrestling
Rick Harris

Before and After School Care
6:00-8:30am & 2:30-6:00pm M-F
Ben Baird

Girl Scouts
Stephanie Lewis