LOCATION: Bremerton, WA

Bremerton – South Puget Sound, WA

Serving Kitsap County

Contact Information

Address

645 4th St. Suite 202
Bremerton, WA 98337

Phone

253-272-8433

Email

Fax

360-377-3548

Map

Bremerton

Hours

Mon: 8:00am – 4:30pm
Tues: 8:00am – 4:30pm
Wed: 8:00am – 4:30pm
Thu: 8:00am – 4:30pm
Fri: 8:00am – 4:30pm
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed

Director

Jay Kang

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Get ready to ride on August 20th! See the beautiful backroads of #kitsapcountywa and help support our refugee resettlement work in the Puget Sound. For more information and to register go to lcsnw.org/kitsap-ride-for-refugees/
#HealthJusticeHope #bikeforacause #bikeforhealthTake it from Darth - the force is strong with this bike ride. Online registration ends for the Kitsap Ride for Refugees at midnight Aug. 18, but you can still sign up in person on Saturday, the day of the event. bit.ly/3A1Jl69 #HealthJusticeHope #pedalforapurpose
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Get ready to ride on August 20th! See the beautiful backroads of #kitsapcountywa and help support our refugee resettlement work in the Puget Sound. For more information and to register go to https://lcsnw.org/kitsap-ride-for-refugees/
#HealthJusticeHope #bikeforacause #bikeforhealth

One of our Opening Minds through Art (OMA) participants had fun learning about an American artist, Jean-Michel Basquiat and his artistic style at one of our recent art classes. Participants get a chance to learn some art history while creating their own unique piece of art.

Join us for OMA sessions in person, at St. Mark's Lutheran Church by The Narrows in Tacoma or Mountain View Community Center in Edgewood for FREE! The art classes are for those living with dementia and other cognitive challenges. No experience necessary. Each class is a stand-alone class and participants will get to take home a painting and mat frame.

Contact us at dementiaservices@lcsnw.org or 253-272-8433.
Register for all classes at docs.google.com/forms/d/1kjccydixChyRC8_BcdxSWvrzR12tBcBCaYpJvVr3YWk/edit?no_redirect=true
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One of our Opening Minds through Art (OMA) participants had fun learning about an American artist, Jean-Michel Basquiat and his artistic style at one of our recent art classes. Participants get a chance to learn some art history while creating their own unique piece of art. 

Join us for OMA sessions in person, at St. Marks Lutheran Church by The Narrows in Tacoma or Mountain View Community Center in Edgewood for FREE! The art classes are for those living with dementia and other cognitive challenges. No experience necessary.  Each class is a stand-alone class and participants will get to take home a painting and mat frame.

Contact us at dementiaservices@lcsnw.org or 253-272-8433.  
Register for all classes at  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1kjccydixChyRC8_BcdxSWvrzR12tBcBCaYpJvVr3YWk/edit?no_redirect=true

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Port Angeles Back to School Event

The 13th annual Port Angeles Back to School event was a success despite ongoing COVID-19 restrictions. This community event anniversary highlights our monumental partnerships over time with the Port Angeles School District, local businesses, service clubs and community members to provide a one stop event for back to school resources and school supplies for families in need. We successfully handed out 1038 backpacks filled with school supplies, connected adults to community services, and also provided haircuts, clothing and meals to children and their families.

Make Cards and Ornaments for Seniors

Looking for a creative and safe way to help our community?
The COVID pandemic has been challenging for each and every one of us. It has brought even more isolation to our seniors, making it more difficult to connect with them. Santa for Seniors is collecting homemade cards and holiday ornaments to give to our isolated seniors. Card and ornament kits are available. For more information, email Teri McKeown at tmckeown@lcsnw.org

 

Where to Turn now in Kitsap County

Senior Media Services introduced the first edition of the Kitsap County Where to Turn, a comprehensive guide to senior services in the Puget Sound region. Where to Turn has been available in Pierce County for 28 years and King County for five years, and all three 2020-2021 editions are readily available. Separate annual editions for each county list government agencies, publicly funded organizations and social services, and non-profit programs. Hundreds of these service providers are listed by type of service for quick, easy reference. It is a free, valuable resource and an important community service.

Download Where to Turn

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