The Whatcom Council on Aging, including all programs at the Bellingham Senior Activity Center, will be closed on Saturday, January 18th and Monday, January 20th in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Start your St. Paddy’s Day Festivities with Meals on Wheels and More at the 5th Annual Irish Dinner and Silent Auction, March 7th at the Bellingham Ferry Terminal! Enjoy a traditional Irish dinner of corned beef and cabbage provided by Haggen Market Street Catering (vegetarian option available), live music, a variety of local brews by Boundary Bay Brewery, wine, a silent auction and more! (This event is 21+) All proceeds benefit Meals on Wheels and More.
Online ticket purchase is now available! (click the button below to purchase online). Tickets will also be available for purchase at Bellingham Senior Activity Center starting January 24th.
Event sponsors include Haggen Market Street Catering, VibrantUSA and Dewey Griffin Subaru.
For more information or to inquire about volunteer opportunities, contact Julie at email@example.com or 360-733-4030 x1025.
What’s Next: Housing Options as We Age is an opportunity to discuss and answer questions about housing for older adults in our community. Whatcom County offers a wide-range of housing options from shared-housing and in-home attendants, to adult family homes, rehabilitation, and independent and assisted living facilities.
This event aims to assist individuals in making informed decisions that work for them, and to help families talk with their loved ones about viable housing options. Thus the event is geared toward older adults looking at their housing options, as well as individuals seeking options for their parents.
Throughout the event we will be hosting various presentations on housing options in the community as well as options that help us age in place. In addition to presentations, we will be filling our lobby with vendor tables of various organizations and services in the community to provide information on housing options and resources available to folks to help them age in place or transition to a new home
Serving seniors in our community since 1964.
Independent non-profit organization supported by donations from local businesses and community members.
Enhancing the lives of older adults since 1961 through a wide range of classes, activities, & services.
Providing nutritious meals, social connection, & nutrition education.
Providing assistance to help members stay in their homes, stay active and engaged in life.
Whatcom Council on Aging
The Whatcom Council on Aging (WCOA) has been serving seniors in our community since 1964. We are an independent non-profit organization supported by donations from local businesses and community members, limited federal funding and grants. Founding board members were part of the nation-wide effort to pass the Older Americans Act in 1965.
Activity Center Hours
Monday – Friday: 8:00am to 4:30pm (note the Front Desk closes at 4:00pm) Saturday: 9:00am to 1:00pm
Call us at (360) 733-4030