Washington Street Community Center (WSCC) is the neighborhood hub
and is home to a dynamic multi-use space with variety of offerings including
socialization, education, nutrition, fitness, health care, special interest, support, and networking!
Read below for a descriptions of all WSCC/Community Partner Activities
and join us on Facebook to stay up-to-date on all Community Dinner themes/guest chefs!
Notice: Due to Covid-19, activity schedule may differ. Please call for more information.
WSCC ONGOING ACTIVITES
TUESDAY LUNCHEON (Luncheons currently on hold)
TUESDAYS 12PM-1PM - $5 Member, $6 Non-member
Weekly luncheon for older adults, features weekly themes including:
special guest speakers, music, trivia, and bingo. No RSVP required.
THIRD THURSDAY 4PM-6PM - $5 buys dinner for you, $10 buys dinner for you & a neighbor in need
Mask up and drop by anytime between 4pm-6pm to pick up your meal to-go! Bring payment upon arrival or call in advance to pay over the phone.
THIRD WEDNESDAY 1:30PM-2:30PM - FREE
Monthly educational presentation to expand lives and minds. Former teachers present
on thoroughly researched, compelling topics - call for monthly topics. Click here to join the WSCC Zoom classes.
Meeting ID: 880 9085 3017, Pass-code: 424333
ROAD TRIPS (Currently on hold)
MONTHLY - DATES/TIMES VARY - $5 Transportation, $5 Lunch
ROAD Trips (Retired Older Adult Daytrips) offer an opportunity to explore Denver in a group setting,
with focus on lifetime learning and socialization. Meal and transportation included.
ALTERNATING WEDNESDAY 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Can’t get to a Library? Denver Public Library’s Reading Rocket bookmobiles visit schools and senior living centers throughout Denver. Anyone is welcome to climb on board and browse. Check our calendar for dates.
WSCC also partners with community organizations and individuals to increase our community offerings.
Use the contact information provided below to learn more!
MEDICAL FOOT CARE/WELLNESS CLINIC
MONTHLY - 2nd WED 8:30AM-2PM -- CALL FOR APPOINTMENT
30 min appointments with a registered nurse, which include:
- Blood pressure and heart rate check
- Health history, coaching and medication review
- Toenail trimming, filing & debridement
- Callous & corn inspection/reduction
- Foot assessment and circulation check
- Physician referrals, as needed.
GARDENS OF DIVINE HOPE
Join us for a free lunch and worship in person or on Zoom every Sunday at 11:45 a.m. in Leedom Hall. Let us worship the Lord together in a non-denominational, friendly, loving and exciting environment.
One of the missions of Gardens of Divine Hope is to help the hungry by planting, nurturing, and harvesting community gardens in the community. We give the food to families of local schools, non-profits and churches. We also are strong advocates of mental illness and addiction support. Contact Pastor Karen if you are interested in obtaining the Zoom link.