Senior Centers

Corbin Senior Activity Center

827 W. Cleveland Ave.

Director: Jeff Edwards

Corbin Senior Activity Center offers a full schedule of activities including educational classes in foreign languages, art, exercise, and history. There are also social events (e.g. dinner theatres); seminars on health, legal matters, art, and travel; lunches (including one ethnic lunch per month); cards, puzzles, mahjong, scrabble, and pool. Various groups meet throughout the week: Hiking, crafts, lapidary, and dance to live music. Services include blood pressure checks, foot care, AARP Drivers Training, AARP Tax Aid, massage therapy, and hearing tests. The Center also offers short trips around Spokane and long trips to such places as China and Italy. Tours are usually accompanied by a volunteer escort. Over 100 volunteers presently serve in various capacities. In addition to this, Corbin publishes a twenty-page newsletter, has a boutique, and offers information on senior living and general information. If you are interested in more information, call or better yet, come by and visit today! Our friendly staff and volunteers are here to answer any questions you may have.

Hillyard Senior Center

4001 N. Cook St.

Jerry Unruh

Hillyard Senior Center is the place “Where Friends Meet Friends”. We provide a full spectrum of recreational program and service opportunities for older adults 55 +. Whether it's exercise & fitness that you are seeking or great travel adventure, Hillyard Senior Center offers a wide variety of fun and entertaining activities, lunch daily, educational classes, trips & tours and great special events! Our program features one of our members favorite activities; Wii Virtual Bowling League. This ten week league provides loads of fun and smiles on Friday Mornings from 8:30am-Noon. We are located at 4001 N. Cook Street in the Northeast Community Center. Annual Memberships are just $15 per year. Call our office at 482-0803 for more information, or stop in for a visit and a complimentary monthly newsletter! View the HSC Website or view the monthly newsletter.

Mid-City Concerns Senior Center

1222 W. 2nd Ave.

Mollie Dalpae

Autumn of 2009 marks the beginning of new activities and exciting events at Mid-City Senior Center! Along with our regular activities, such as BINGO, exercise class, penny poker, and pool, we are starting computer classes, a knitting circle, art workshops, and movie days. In addition, let us pamper you to free manicures and haircuts, and come to celebrate with us at our upcoming holiday parties such as Thanksgiving and Christmas! Persons fifty-five and older are welcome to join Mid-City Senior Center and participate in our activities. Most of our activities are free! Check out our website at to see our newsletter and calendar. Please call 747-3257 for more information. Even better, come and visit us at 1222 W. Second Ave to see for yourself!

Project Joy

3151 E. 27th Ave.

Linn Edmonson

Age diminishes neither one's interest in the performing arts, the need to utilize skills in those areas, nor the desire to serve the community. Project Joy provides the forum for those 50+ years to use and enhance talents or develop previously undiscovered abilities in music, dance, and drama. In turn, our groups furnish entertainment for convalescent centers and retirement apartments as well as fraternal and civic organizations and special events. It's fun! It's creative! It's useful! Call Project Joy (535-0584) to see how you can fit into our family.

Sinto Senior Activity Center

1124 W. Sinto Ave.

Cal Coblentz

Sinto Senior Activity Center offers a variety of recreational and social programs and services for older adults, ages 55 and up, who wish t remain active, make new friends, become productively involved in community affairs, or simply to have some fun and fill some spare time. Activities offered at the Center include ballroom dancing, pool, crafts, educational opportunities, lunches, social clubs, entertainment, square dancing, music, speakers, holiday events, cards, exercise and aerobic classes, round dancing, clogging, community service projects, short trips and tours, bowling, involvement opportunities, travelogues, and more. The Center also provides or refers individuals to a variety of services such as free blood pressure checks, health screening, energy assistance, foot clinics, legal aid, income tax assistance, volunteer support, employment, chore services, housing, and transportation. Many activities are available at low cost or free. The Center is open 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM Monday through Friday, Noon - 4:00 pm. Saturdays, and many evenings and Sundays as scheduled. Anyone interested in the program is encouraged to visit the facility or give us a call for more information or a copy of the monthly program schedule. View the current center newsletter!

Southside Senior & Community Center

3151 E. 27th Ave.

Gary Turner

The Southside Senior and Community Center offers a variety of programs. Many classes are offered in cooperation with the Community Colleges of Spokane, AARP, and other individuals/agencies. Classes include creative writing, watercolor painting, and Spanish classes. Recreational activities such as bingo, bridge, pinochle, mahjong, and cribbage are enjoyed by members. Health-related activities and services are offered, such as aerobics, walking, foot care, and massage. Travel opportunities, whether one day or extended trips, are very popular.