Clubs & Groups

About the PNA’s Clubs & Groups

Looking to discover a new passion and connect with a community of kindred spirits? Dive into the world of PNA’s diverse clubs and groups, or take the lead in creating your very own! At the PNA, we’re dedicated to connecting people, and one exceptional way to do that is through shared interests.

Books & Discussion Groups

GSC Men’s Group

Mondays, 2 pm
Locations vary
Free

We seek to enjoy each other’s company, have fun, develop life-long friendships, have memorable experiences together, support each other as needed, and serve our community. We have an eclectic mix of discussions and presentations on various topics, games, tours, walks, socializing, volunteering; anything that looks interesting, informative, unusual, or adventurous. Email for info about upcoming events: moc.l1718915869iamg@1718915869puorg1718915869snemg1718915869.

Book Discussion Group

1st Tuesday of the month, 1:30-3 pm
Free

Expect in-depth discussions about interesting and challenging lit-erature; both fiction and non-fiction. We do not have copies to lend, but only choose readily available books, currently in paperback. Email for questions and book info: gro.r1718915869etnec1718915869yenni1718915869hp@bl1718915869eira1718915869.

Technology Support Group

3rd Tuesday of the month, 1-2:30 pm
Free

Technology can help maintain and enhance social connections with peers, family, friends, and caregivers. But what if technology scares or frustrates you? The new GSC Tech Support Group is here to help! The first hour will cover a tech topic, followed by a half hour to get additional support from your peers and facilitators. If more assistance on the topic is needed, participants can make a follow-up 1×1 tech mentoring appointment. RSVP required: 206.297.0875.

Spousal Loss Grief Group

Wednesdays, 5:45-7:15 pm
Free

Have you lost a spouse? We can help. Our mission is to provide a supportive environment and practical assistance to widows and widowers during their adjustment to the loss of a spouse by death and into their lives as a single person. For more information, call Robin Thomas: 206.234.4647.

World Affairs Roundtable

1st Wednesdays each month, 12:45-2 pm
Free

World Affairs Roundtable is a monthly group in which members teach each other about global events. Attendees choose subjects to research before meeting and then give five-minute presentations on their chosen subjects, followed by time for questions and discussion with the group. Recent topics have covered  Brazilian corruption, a Pacific volcano, and high-profile events in Eastern Europe and Southeast Asia. For more information: moc.l1718915869iamg@1718915869xatno1718915869cydut1718915869slabo1718915869lg1718915869.

Reader’s Theatre

3rd Thursday of the month, 1:30-3 pm
Free

Reader’s Theatre is intended for people who would like to read, or enjoy listening to a reading of, a one-act play. RSVP: moc.l1718915869iamg@1718915869ydald1718915869rib301718915869021718915869.

Us Too Prostate Cancer Support Group

3rd (online) & 4th (GSC) Wednesdays, 6-8 pm.
Free

Our group is a forum for patients and caregivers to learn about and discuss prostate cancer diagnosis, treatment options, side effects, and the life changes that affect us. We provide information and support for all stages of the cancer journey. For more information, contact Marty Chakoian: moc.n1718915869aioka1718915869hc@yt1718915869ram1718915869, 206-412-0571.

Games & Crafts

Jewelry Making Group

4th Mondays, 1-3 pm
Free

Come dabble in baubles. Join us for an introduction to earring making. We will show you how to construct simple, beautiful earrings, from choosing the beads to wrapping the wire. Later sessions will build on basics. No prior experience needed and no supplies to bring! There may be fees later on, depending on group interest and projects. There’s no need to attend every month, we’ll catch you up! Limit 8-10 participants, based on available tools and supplies. If you have your own tools, please bring them! RSVP required; contact Holly Stein, moc.l1718915869iamg@1718915869niets1718915869byllo1718915869h1718915869 or 206.790.0266.

Scrabble

Mondays & Wednesdays, 10 am-12 pm
Free

If you love Scrabble, join us! This is a fun, informal group who will happily welcome Scrabble players of all ages. Please expect to play by standard Scrabble rules, as described on the box.

American Mah Jongg

*Experienced players* Tuesdays, 1:30-4:15 pm. Free
*Intro to Mah Jongg for beginners* 2nd Tuesday 12:45-1:30 pm (must RSVP)

For further information, or to RSVP for beginner sessions, email moc.l1718915869iamg@1718915869eflow1718915869.inno1718915869r1718915869. Please note: masks continue to be mandatory for this group.

Bridge Group

Wednesdays, 10 am-12 pm
Free

An ongoing social Bridge group. No RSVP is required. Bridge is the ultimate card game and is a great way to keep your brain active. Learn and improve your technique using the Standard American Yellow Card bidding system. Some familiarity with Bridge basics is requested.

Fiber Spinning Group

3rd Thursdays, 1:30-3:30 pm
Free

Come sit and spin with us and join this social spinning circle. Bring your own wheel and fiber to spin, chat, ask questions and get inspired. There’s no formal instruction but beginner spinners are welcome.

Needle Arts Group

Thursdays, 10:30 am-12 pm
Free

Do you knit, sew, cross-stitch, quilt, or embroider? Rug hooking? Bargello? Any type of needle and thread/yarn work is welcome. Bring your project and enjoy some social interaction. Questions: 206.297.0875.

Cribbage Club

2nd & 4th Thursdays, 6:45-9 pm
Room 3
Free-$5

We meet the first and third Thursday of each month for a round-robin cribbage tournament! Suggested $5 donation to play and all proceeds will be donated to the PNA Hot Meal Program. There will be prizes for the first and second place winners of the tournament. Email gro.r1718915869etnec1718915869yenni1718915869hp@gn1718915869iar1718915869 to sign up.

Meal Program

GSC Lunch Program

Monday to Friday, noon
$5 suggested donation for diners 60 and over

Enjoy tasty and nutritious fare at an amazingly low cost for people 60 and over! RSVP (by 10 am): 206.297.0875.

Check out our Events, and Ongoing Classes, too!

Events

Events

Looking for something to do in Seattle? From inspiring art events, to cultural celebrations, to food and beverage gatherings, we offer an array of opportunities to engage for friends and multi-generational families alike.
Ongoing Classes

Ongoing Classes

Explore weekly classes at the PNA. Make a routine out of arts and craft, health and wellness, writing, language, music, or dance classes on offer.
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