Silverton Senior Center
  • 115 Westfield Street, Silverton, OR 97381
  • ∔ (503) 873-3093
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  • (503) 873-3093

We have temporarily relocated some of our classes & programs!


  • Paintbrush iconPainting with Chris will alternate between Mt. Angel and Silverton every other Monday from 10 am to 1 pm. Fee is $10. Click here to see upcoming class projects and schedule. PDF (download). Please RSVP! Call or text Christine to rsvp: (541) 220-5972. Reservations are important so that we can have enough supplies for each class.
  • Exercise iconLow Impact Aerobic Exercise with Karen will be at Immanuel Lutheran Church gym, 303 North Church Street starting Friday, January 26 at 9:30am and will continue Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays until further notice.
  • Cowboy boot iconLine Dancing will start next Wednesday, January 31, 1pm for advanced and 2pm for beginners, and will continue on Wednesdays until further notice at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 303 North Church Street in the gym on the first floor.
  • Yoga iconAgeless Yoga is taking place on Saturday mornings at 9am at Total Body Health, 1099 N. First Street until further notice.
  • Exercise iconTuesday/Thursday Gentle Yoga with Kathleen will resume on Tuesday, February 6 at 9:30am at Immanuel Lutheran gym until further notice.
  • Art iconOpen Studio Painters will meet on Tuesdays from 1-4 pm (with the exception of March 26th) in the studio at Silverton Art Center, 303 Coolidge St. in Coolidge-McClaine Park.


Next Board Meetings is April 10th, at the Elks Lodge (300 High St). (Board meetings are the 2nd Wednesday at 1pm.)

The Saturday morning free breakfast held at the Senior Center is suspended.

SaladMEALS ON WHEELS is temporarily operating out of First Baptist Church on Westfield Street. They are back to regular hot meals service and frozen meals pick up. Their phone number is 503-873-6906.


    New iconMonday, April 15th:
  • Dinner icon Singles lunch is at the Macleay's Country Inn in Salem (8362 Macleay Rd SE).
  • Cards iconPinochle players are meeting at Otto's. 12pm-4pm; on Fridays only. Call the senior center if you need more information.
  • Ball of yarn iconKnit Wits is a social group where you can work on and share your projects. Not just for knitting: crochet projects, hooked rugs, embroidery, tatting, weaving, and any other textile projects are all welcome. We even have members that aren't working on any project but just come to see what others are doing. Knit Wits meet on Wednesday mornings from 10am-noon at their new temporary location: Silvertowne II Apartments, The Commons Building, 1115 Mill Street.
  • cards iconPoker ♠ Mondays tournament play 10am-1:30pm at private residence. $5.00 buy-in. Call 971-221-1410 for more info and address. Fridays cash game 12pm-3:30pm at private residence. $10.00 buy-in unlimited buy-ins. Call 503-689-7544 for more info and address.
  • Bridge iconBridge meets at 10 a.m. Tuesdays in a private home. An additional meeting day is to be determined.
  • Salad iconDine-Out Club: April 4 at 5:30pm at Highwater Grill, 215 Water Street


Upcoming Fundraising Events!

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SILVERton Cabaret: A Night of Random Acts

Wednesday, May 1st - Doors open at 5:30pm

At Easel Art (301 E. Main Street)

No tickets required. Donations accepted at the event.

You're invited to the inaugural SILVERton Cabaret: A Night of Random Acts. This is an open mic night style FUNraiser put on by the Silverton Senior Center with an in-kind donation from At Easel Art. Come watch the acts, buy some snacks and drinks, socialize and have fun.

If you'd like to perform, snap the QR code or go to this link to fill out the sign up sheet. No tickets for this event but donations will be accepted.

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Community Luau Fundraiser
"The Spirit of Aloha"

Saturday, June 22 - 5:30pm-7:30pm

Coolidge-McClaine Park Pavilion

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What happened at the Senior Center?

The pipes in the attic of the Senior Center had burst during the January freeze. We arrived to find a hole in the ceiling and a lot of water on the floor. At this point, we anticipate that the Senior Center will be closed for an extended period of time while repairs are made. We are in the capable hands of the City of Silverton, as they own the building. Stay tuned for updates.

If you are able to host some of our programs, please let us know.

To make an appointment with the new Executive Director, Simone Stewart, please call 503-873-3093 or email

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