Blaine Senior Center - 763 G Street, Blaine WA 98239; Phone: 360-332-8040
These Events are
Open to the Public

Pasta and Lights
Friday, November 3
5:30pm-6;30pm Dinner
6:30pm-7:30pm Music

7th AnnualSpaghetti Dinner, Live music by Allie Ryser
$10 Adults -$5 Kids(9and under)
Limited seating so get your tickets now
Delicious spaghetti dinner,garlic rolls,salad, dessert and one complimentary

Saturday, November 4
Big Bucks Bingo--WIN CASH!
(BSC fundraiser)
12:30PM (Early Bird)
1:00pm-3:00pm(Big Bucks Bingo)
Bring your friends and familyStart your bingo experience with a
delicious lunch for only $6- Chili baked potato and beverage; then enjoy the bingo excitement. This will be a $25 cash prize per game and $100 black out. Bring a friend and get a freeEarly Bird Game
Bingo admission: $15 includes 8 games with 3 cards for each game.

Thursday, November 9
Veterans' Day Lunch and Observance
Join us for a special lunch honoring our BSC veterans. Our vision this year is to have photos displayed of all BSC veterans(current and deceased). If you have not done so, please bring in a photo, preferably in uniform, the name of the Veteran, branch of service and years of service. Please do so by November 6th to be included.

Saturday, November 18
BSC Pancake Breakfast
8:00am - 11:00am (breakfast)

Start the day with a scrumptious breakfast with your choice of Biscuits and gravy, French toast, pancakes or waffles, scrambled eggs and sausage. Coffee and OJ.
Adults:  $6.00   Children:  $4.00(under 6)
All proceeds help support the Blaine Senior Center.

Thursday, November 15
English Speaking People and the New World
1450 to 1825
Presented by Peter Gray, Lecturer, Author
Please join us as Perter Gray takes us for an interesting voyage giving insight into who the American people are. The story begins during the last 200 years of the Renaissance and has continued to this day. We focus on English speaking people and the settling of the New World and follow the Puritans to New England and then their ancestors into the west.

NEW- Movie Matinee
Monday, November 20
1:30pm-3:30pm    ( SHOWTIME)

Movie will be " An Inconvenient Truth
This is a 2006 American documentary film directed by Davis Guggenheim about former United States Vice President Al Gore's campaign to educate citizens about global warming via a comprehensive slide show that, by his own estimate made in the film, he has given more than a thousand time.  The idea to document his efforts came from producer Laurie David, who saw his presentation at a town-hall meeting on global warming, which coincided with the opening of "The Day After Tomorrow".  Laurie David was so inspired by Gore's slide show that she, with producer Lawrence Bender,met with Guggenheim to adapt the presentation into a film.

Thursday, November 29
Navigating Health Care Solutions
12:30pm - 1:30pm

Presented by Right at Home, Signature Home Health, Infusion Solutions, Brookdale Fairhaven and North Cascades Health & Rehab.

Please join us for a panel discussion with health care professionals from Senior Care Communities, Home Care, Home Health and Infusion,
Professional information from senior experts about how seniors can navigate the health system. This will include benefits of in-home care home health and infusion solutions,  We'll cover various senior living community options and what the differences are between Assisted Living, Memory Care and Skilled Nursing. There are a lot of misconceptions and unknowns surrounding the health system and senior living which we hope to clarify.
There will be time for questions and answers after each topic.  We hope this will be an interactive group discussion.

Calling All Bakers!!!!!!!
We will be involved with the Harbor Lights Holiday Bazaar downtown Blaine on December1st and 2nd.  We have been asked to do our famous cookie Walk!  We will have a sign up sheet at the Center.  Cookies, Pound Cakes, Breads, Fudge and candy would be wonderful. 
All proceeds from the Cookie Walk will go to BSC.

All Baked Goods should be at
BSC by Wednesday Nov. 29th

Saturday December 16
Noche Buena

The Blaine Senior Center is bringing in a whole new experience for its members and the community,  Latin America and Spain celebrate Christmas with a festivity called "Noche Buena". Noche Buena, for Latin American cultures, is often the biggest feast for the Christmas season and is the Spanish tradition annually.  The Philippines were under Spanish colonization for more then 300 years and that influenced this great festivity in the country.

Tickets are now on Sale at reception desk inside Blaine Senior Center.
Adults $25  Children $10 (9 and under)

Limited Seating
At the door sales will be Adults $30  Children $14 (9 and under)


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