The Carl Gipson Senior Center of Everett

The Carl Gipson Senior Center of Everett  is a fun and welcoming place to be! We provide a safe and caring environment for members 50 years of age and over. Experience the opportunities for continued learning, social interaction and medical services which are geared toward optimum health through awareness, exercise and maintaining a positive attitude.

See links for information on membership, games & classes, activities, meal program, support services and more!
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News and Updates

Get your tickets for the 8th Ladies Tea & Brunch, June 17th
Garden Tea Party: 1:30 - 3:00 pm 

​Enjoy an elegant afternoon featuring:

  • Brunch menu: Special teas, tea sandwiches, pastries and cake 

  • A handmade, decorated garden hat to wear during the tea and take home

  • Singing performance by Ms. Liz Tobin

  • Piano Selections by Dean Gilchrist 

  • Bring your daughters and granddaughters! All ages welcome

  • If you are part of a larger group or one of the Red Hat Ladies, please let us know when you’re buying your ticket

  • Tickets $20 each ($18 for parties of 6+), phone reservations with credit card

  • Video

Saturday Dances

Join us on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month from 1 pm - 3 pm, $5 at the door. For seniors age 50 plus. Live music with Lauren Petrie includes Fox Trot, Swing, Cha-cha, Waltz, Rumba and more. Light refreshments served.

​Duplicate Bridge

Follow this link to an interesting article about our Duplicate Bridge club that was published in the Everett Herald on April 12, 2017.

Coffee Bar and Gift Shop

Stop in for some coffee or tea and check out our large selection of items at the gifts shop, from hand-made cards to jewelry, sports team collectibles and baby blankets. The shop is run entirely by volunteers and a portion of the sales goes to support the Senior Center.  

Hours: 10 am – 3 pm, Monday - Saturday.

Senior Center Gift Shop
View available agendas and minutes here
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