Senior Services and Resources
Free Online Workshop! Getting Around Redmond
August 11, 1:30 - 3:30 p.m.
Join the Redmond Senior Center and HopelinkTravel Programs for a one-on-one virtual conversation about transportation on the eastside - it's free!
Gain the resources and tools to confidently navigate throughout the region.
Topics covered include:
- Money saving tips
- Trip planning skills
- Alternative transportation options
- Program updates and benefits
- and so much more!
For accommodations or accessibility information, contact Camille Heatherly firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 425-625-6784 at least one week prior to the event.
The City of Redmond reopened most city facilities to the community on July 1. Currently, facilities are open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, including City Hall and the Redmond Community Center at Marymoor Village, for business related actions only such as registrations and customer service. Please see the City's Stay Safe Reopening Plan for more information.
If you, or someone you know, needs community assistance including transportation, housing information or nutritional support, there are several local agencies that may be able to help. Please see the list of Community Resources available in our area. If you have questions about which resources would best meet your needs, please give us a call at 425-556-2314 or email email@example.com.
Although we can't gather in person right now, there are other ways to connect with staff, stay up-to-date with Senior Program news and projects, and connect with other seniors through our online community of activities, interest groups, and classes.
- Keep in Touch with Staff
Senior Program staff are available to you Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Email or call 425-556-2314. We are happy to hear from you!
- Encore Newsletter
Keep connected with the Encore newsletter from Redmond Senior Programs.
The Encore newsletter can be viewed here . You can sign up to receive a free monthly subscription of the Encore by mail: call 425-556-2300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to start your free, monthly subscription.
- Senior Curbside Lunch Program
Sign up for our curbside lunch program served every Monday and Wednesday outside City Hall. See below for details.
- Online Classes and Free Online Activities & Interest Groups
Technology allows us to see and talk to each other online. Join us for fitness classes, conversation time, Bingo, book groups, and more. See below for details. Information is also available in the monthly Encore newsletter.
Connect with us on Facebook for news, information, and entertainment.
- Senior Advisory Committee (SAC)
The Senior Advisory Committee (SAC) represents the senior community in the City of Redmond. Visit the SAC page to learn about the current SAC members, and view the latest meeting minutes.
- Virtual Suggestion Box - Connect with SAC
Submit your suggestion, comment, concern or question in the new Virtual Suggestion Box and a SAC member or one of the Senior Program staff will get back to you regarding your comment or question.
- Redmond Senior and Community Center Building Project
Stay connected to the latest information about the RSCC project and learn how you can get involved in the process at the new Senior and Community Center project website.
Curbside Senior Lunch Program
City of Redmond's Senior Curbside Drive Through Lunch for seniors ages 50 and up takes place on Mondays and Wednesdays right in front of City Hall. Boxed or bagged lunches will be distributed following safe handling, physical distancing and other COVID-19 protocols.
When: Mondays and Wednesdays,11:30 a.m.
Where: In front of Redmond City Hall, 15670 NE 85th Street
Fee: $3 suggested donation per person taken at time of registration by credit card or taken curbside by cash or check.
Advanced Registration is required
By phone: call 425-556-2300, 9am – 5pm, Monday – Friday.
Please call us if you need to cancel your lunch reservation.
Questions about lunch? Please call Senior Programs 425-556-2300 or email email@example.com.
- We've Gone Virtual!
- Click Here for Fitness Classes
- Click Here for Interest Groups
- Click Here to Learn & Laugh
- Click Here for RSC Memories
Connect Online with Us
Although it's not the same as face-to-face conversation and camaraderie, we are fortunate to have technology to help us stay connected, active and engaged until we can be together again in person.
We use Zoom Meetings to host our online activities. step-by-step instructions for creating a free account and joining meetings online. Click on each tab to explore the online fitness classes, free online activities, fun and informative videos, and more!
Fifty-Plus Fitness Online!
Your favorite senior fitness classes are now online!
To register online: redmond.gov/register or by phone call 425-556-2300.
Fitness with JodyTues & Thurs 10:30 a.m.
Tai Chi for Better BalanceThursdays 10 a.m.
Instructor: Julie Cauthorn, DPT
Join us for a fun, easy to follow, specialized version of Tai Chi designed to improve balance. This class meets once a week each month and helps to increase flexibility, strength, and stability.
Thursdays, 10 a.m. Fee: $10 per class (meets once a week)
Register & more info here.
Senior Strength - Fridays 9:15 a.m.
Instructor: John Crain
Fridays, 9:15 a.m. Fee: $10 per class (meets once a week)
Gentle Yoga - Fridays 10 a.m.
Instructor: Lynne Steele
Fridays, 10 a.m. Fee: $10 per class (meets once a week)
Core Strength - Fridays 10:30 a.m.
Instructor: Jody Martin
Connect with us online for our free activities and Interest Groups! Registration is required. Sign up online at redmond.gov/register or call 425-556-2300.
|Marty’s Monday Morning Men's Meeting |
10 a.m. 1st Monday of the month
Join Senior Program Administrator, Marty Boggs, for good conversation and camaraderie.
Register online here or phone 425-556-2300.
10 a.m. - 4th Monday of the month
Join us online for fun and free Bingo! Prizes awarded!
Register online here or phone 425-556-2300
1 p.m. - Tuesday - 3rd of the month
Register online here or by phone 425-556-2300.
|No groups scheduled on Wednesdays.|
|No groups scheduled on Fridays.|
Learn, Laugh & Linger
Take a look at these fun, informative and entertaining offerings created for you by Senior Program staff, instructors and interest groups. Enjoy!
Senior Program Staff & Friends
Health & Wellness
Just for Fun Games, Projects, Puzzles
Redmond Art Walk - Print out or follow online!
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We know there's many great cooks out there and we intend to keep this online recipe resource growing! Please submit your favorite recipes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Virtual Trips & Tours
We may not be able to travel much at this time, but we can still visit destinations all over the world from the comfort of our own home. Join us!
Museums, National Parks, Music and More
We are all staying home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t take a virtual trip to some amazing museums, parks and attractions in our state, in our country and throughout the world!
National Nordic Museum (Ballard)
Looking Back at the Redmond Senior Center Building
The old Redmond Senior Center (RSC) building demolition was completed in November 2020. As we look forward to a new building project, we want to take some time to recall all the wonderful programs, moments and memories we shared at the RSC.
Please view this video and be sure to click on the links listed below to view the RSC Memory Book and past videos that captured our programs, events, volunteers and participants who made the senior center a warm and place for seniors.
The RSC building comes down to make way for the new Redmond Senior and Community Center (RSCC) building project. For the latest information and to learn how you can get involved for the new RSCC building project, please visit here. Version OptionsSenior Services and ResourcesHeadline Version OptionsSenior Services and ResourcesHeadline f
/DocumentCenter/View/20108New! Gen-Connect: Teens & Seniors Interview Series
Gen-Connect is "generations connecting" through interesting interviews of Redmond Senior Program participants by teens from the Redmond Old Firehouse Teen Center. This limited series will be included as a special feature in issues of the Encore Senior newsletter. Click on the link below for each issue month to read the full interviews.