With dedicated spaces at Firstenburg and Marshall Community Center and a wealth of activities happening around the City and across the Pacific Northwest, Vancouver seniors will find an experience that's right for them.
Named after the Trapedero Club, a Parks & Recreation social club for teens that began in the mid-1940s, the modern Trap is located on the first floor of Firstenburg Community Center.
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
700 NE 136th Ave.
Vancouver, WA 98684
Adjacent to Marshall Community Center, Luepke Center is home to a paperback lending library and computer lab. Seniors will find a variety of specialty dances, classes, and community presentations happening here.
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
1009 E McLoughlin Blvd.
Vancouver, WA 98663
Become a passholder at Firstenburg, Marshall or the Vancouver Tennis Center. Swim, play, work out or take group exercise classes for a low monthly fee. Firstenburg Community Center offers both SilverSneakers® and Silver&Fit® programs. The SilverSneakers® Fitness Program is offered in partnership with select health plans at no additional cost for Medicare-eligible members. The Silver&Fit® Fitness Program is designed specifically for Medicare beneficiaries and includes a membership at our facility. Firstenburg Community Center offers a variety of over 35 senior exercise classes per week, including SilverSneakers® and Silver&Fit® formats! We invite our regular senior members to participate in these classes as long as we have room.
Contact Tammy Jones, Senior Fitness Advisor, at 360-487-7038 to learn more about our partnership with SilverSneakers® and Silver&Fit® and to find out if you are eligible for a no-additional cost membership!
Since 1971 Parks & Recreation has provided people over the age of 50 affordable group travel. These day-long trips explore attractions, events, festivals, cultural activities and destinations near and far with varied levels of difficulty. You'll meet new people and make friends. Trips are planned in advance and escorted by trained volunteers. All you need to do is sit back and enjoy the ride!
Stay active, meet new people and have fun! A new adventure awaits you every Tuesday year-round and could take place anywhere from Columbia River Gorge to the Pacific Ocean.
Hike Orientations are held bimonthly on the first Thursday. The next orientation is on Thursday, December 1, from 12-2:30 p.m. at Marshall Center. The orientation will include approximately one hour classroom time and about a one hour easy hike from Luepke Center to Beaches and back. This hike is approximately three miles and will qualify participants as their completed easy hike. We will have several volunteer hike guides on this hike to evaluate the ability of new hikers. Once you have completed the hike orientation and easy hike, a barcode will be added to your customer account, which will qualify you to register for more difficult hikes. The orientation and hike are free (no registration necessary). Bring a bottle of water, and wear appropriate hiking clothes and hiking shoes that will enable you to walk three miles.
The Messenger is the 3rd largest newspaper in Clark County. It is mailed for free to anyone 50 or older who requests it. Read about health, education and leisure information, legislative issues and other matters of interest to SW Washington's senior residents.
Enjoy a hot, nutritious meal provided by Meals on Wheels People, a nonprofit organization. Anyone 60 years of age and older is welcome to join us for lunch, regardless of income level. Lunches happen Monday - Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. A donation of $3 per meal is suggested.
For more detailed information about home delivery or volunteer opportunities contact:
Rebecca Brown at 360-597-5711 (Firstenburg)
360-695-3847 (Luepke Center)