South Park Senior Center
The South Park Senior Program serves those 50 and older who live in King County (serving hundreds of different elders per year). The Senior Program includes evening meals on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, EnhanceFitness exercises three times a week, cards and games, karaoke, movie nights, and a crafts program. 85% of the participants have very low incomes.
One Free Work Session at homes for Seniors
South Park PBM
HISTORY: Active from 1994 to Present time
Residential & Commercial
Minor construction Repairs: Painting/Fence/Concrete/Plumbing/Electricals
Hard Floors/Carpet/Tiles Installation.
Professional Handy Man
GOALS: FREE Services: FIRST Come, First SERVED-
Helping South Park Seniors and Disabled
Donations accepted and given to SP Senior Program
CONTACT: Please call Ly at (206) 697-5404 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
South Park Library
The South Park Library has books, movies and music to borrow in English and Spanish. Find information about everything from how to build a fence to knitting a sweater. There are free public computers available for access to the internet, as well as wifi.
Seattle’s only working farm has numerous programs for all ages to learn about how to grow healthy, organic food in a sustainable way. Programs at the park include Lettuce Link, Mien Community Gardeners, and Seattle P-Patch.
Latino Senior Information and Assistance Program
Sea Mar’s Latino Senior Information and Assistance Program serves seniors 55 years and older. The goal is to locate community resources within King County that can help seniors maintain a high quality of life. Sea Mar works to help seniors remain independent and productive by keeping them informed, safe, and active. We provide seniors with information and opportunities aimed at helping them in their day-to-day living.
Sea Mar Home Care Program
Sea Mar’s Home Care Program has been providing services in King County since 1979. Home Care services are designed to provide non-medical assistance to persons from all ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds who are physically or mentally unable to care for themselves. Presently the program provides services to 192 clients, and is available only in King County.
South Park Community Center
SPCC offers a variety of recreational and life long learning programs, classes, and activities for all ages. It has soccer and baseball fields, outdoor volleyball, wading pool, playground, and outdoor basketball. Tons of indoor activities include rowing classes, cooking classes, martial arts, computer and gaming classes, salsa dancing, Polynesian hula dancing, and more.