Community Services & Events
(MCSAA Membership is not required for most of these services)
Recognized by the Older Americans Act (OAA) as a community focal point, senior centers have become one of the most widely used services among America’s older adults. Today, 11,400 senior centers serve more than 1 million older adults every day.
We are a bridge between our members and our community-at-large. Recognizing the increasing complexity of our world, we reach out to assist our members, as well as other seniors, in finding solutions to the many community issues and challenges affecting our elder population.
We offer a wide variety of programs and services, including:
Catch a Ride
Mason County Transit now services the Senior Center at the Pavilion. Click the link below for the schedule to the Pavilion.
Other Available Services
with Michelle Gamber.
Appointments are available on the 1st & 3rd Wednesday, the
2nd & 4th Tuesday and the 4th Thursday from 8 am to 3:30 pm. The 4th Friday has appointments from 8 am to 2:30 pm. Call the Center to schedule an appointment.
Meals on Wheels
Senior Services offers meal delivery to home bound seniors. Call 360-426-3697 for more information
Weight Watchers meets at the Pavilion every Tuesday. Weigh-in is at 11:45 and the meeting starts at 12:15. Weight Watchers meeting fees not included with MCSAC Membership.
We do offer an Abundance Table inside the Center with donated food and other items. Supplies and quantities vary daily.
Senior Services for South Sound
The Senior Nutrition Program is designed to provide nutritious noon meals to the senior population in Mason County. While being served in a social setting, these meals are intended to maintain and improve overall health.
The menu is available here.
The suggested donation for meals for persons 60 years of age or older is $3, - $7.50 depending on your ability to pay. For people less than 59 and under, your meal will cost $7.50. To assist with healthier meal choices for seniors with dietary restrictions a registered dietitian is available for nutritional counseling.
Free Community Presentations
See our newsletter for the latest information!
•Get Acquainted with STARS
(3rd Thursday of the month)
•New to Medicare
(4th Thursday of the month)
•Individual Medicare Consultations
(4th Thursday of the month)
On the last Friday of the month we host a Bingo Karaoke Party for everyone in the community 21 and over! Admission is $15 per person and we play 8 games of slightly goofy Bingo alternating with Karaoke, crowd pleasing sing-a-longs and random humor from our MC. We offer food like Nacho's, Hot Dogs & Pulled Pork Sandwiches plus chips, candy and other snacks and a bar with alcohol and other beverages for sale. Doors open at 6pm, Karaoke starts at 6:45pm and Bingo starts 7pm.
Don't miss out on the Fun and all proceeds go to fund the Senior Center.
Holiday Bazaar at the Shelton Pavilion
First Saturday in November from 10am to 3pm. 100's of unique gifts & homemade goodies, what a perfect beginning to your Holiday season! Lunch is available for purchase between 10am and 2 pm, coffee, hot coco and other drinks are available for purchase all day.
Vendor spots are still available. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a vendor application and an Information Sheet.
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AARP Tax Aide
Current MCSAA Membership
is NOT required.
Senior Assistance and Information
11: 30 am to 12:30 pm.
Nikki Lundberg of
Sign-up in advance for private meetings, or drop-in for general questions.
Eye Glass Adjustments and Cleaning
11 am to 12 Noon.
Free service provided by Walmart Vision Center.
Blood Pressure Check
10:30 to 11:00 am. Provided free by Providence Sound Home Care
1st & 3rd Thursdays;
and by Shelton Health and Rehabilitation on the
2nd, 4th & 5thThursdays.
Free Medical Supplies Lending Library
Borrow walkers, toilet seat boosters, wheel chairs, shower chairs, incontinence supplies etc. from our lending library. Limited supplies that fluctuate.
We continue to be a collection site for local Food Banks.
We collect glasses and hearing Aids for their program.