The North Bellevue Community Center offers a comprehensive array of senior services and programs including health and wellness, cultural and performing arts, human services, drop-in activities, socialization, information and referrals, community dining and trips.
The community center works in conjunction with senior members of the community to maintain their independence, health and sense of well-being by providing support, referrals, activities and learning opportunities. Additionally, there are a multitude of services offered for youth and adults of all ages, offered on evenings and weekends.
Notice: In case of inclement weather, go to the Parks & Community Services main page for the most up-to-date closure information.
We are excited to announce several upcoming summer events at our community center! To register for any of the below events, please call us at 425-452-7681.
Dementia Friendly Recreation
Meets the 2nd Monday of every month at 11 a.m.
June 12 will be singing with Nancy Stewart.
Capturing a Moment with a Memoir
Friday, May 19, 12:45-1:45 p.m.
During this interactive, creative, non-fiction writing workshop, participants will engage in reminiscence activities and memoir writing exercises and learn some basic strategies on how to write and structure a memoir. Facilitated by SilverKite Community Arts teaching artist Pearl Klein
Friday, June 2, 12:30-2 p.m.
Create a beautiful watercolor painting with Brad.
Dr. Ornelas “Tooth Talk”
Monday, May 22, 10-11 a.m.
Dental offices, like the rest of the world, have evolved and changed over the years. This morning Dr. Michael Ornelas of Bellevue Modern Dentistry will share his process for a new patient and the most impactful changes. He will begin by describing a new patient visit to their clinic, start to finish. Next will be a discussion of some of the technology, materials, and instruments they use to guide and help patients to a healthier mouth. Dr. Ornelas will discuss the "mouth-body connection" to help us appreciate how oral health can impact overall health. He will also discuss 3D imaging, digital x-rays, digital impressions for same day crowns, and targeted treatment plans using salivary diagnostics to treat gum disease. This is an informative presentation to help us all understand dental hygiene better!
Making Marks: Foundations of Drawing
Wednesday, June 7, 14, 21, 28 & July 5th, 6-7:30 p.m.
Price: $150 R / 180 NR
Drawing is a fundamental art skill that provides a structure for other creative work.
Learning to draw well opens up a world of opportunity for growth. Practice using expressive lines to describe forms. Draw from life and your own imagination using pencil and ink. Learn to focus on areas of interest. Develop the ability to truly see form and detail. Beginners welcome! Media: Pencil, pen, and charcoal stick on paper.
Multiple activities at NBCC captured in a minute
Inclement Weather Plan
Call 425-452-7681 before travelling to North Bellevue Community Center to ensure the facility is open.
In the event of inclement weather, the Parks & Community Services Department will make every effort to communicate the status of facilities and programs, special events and rentals. Administration will decide whether to cancel a program or close a facility based upon the safety of participants and employees and the ability to appropriately staff programs and facilities.
As a general rule, if the Bellevue School District is closed due to a weather event, Parks & Community Services Department classes and programs will be cancelled for the entire day. If the Bellevue School District is on a delayed schedule, call the facility for an updated status report. Select facilities may be open for drop-in activities at a modified level. If you are unable to reach the facility, call the Parks & Community Services Department's general information number at 425-452-6885. Inclement weather can affect park use and trail conditions. Please use caution when visiting park sites during poor weather, as trails and other park facilities may become wet and slippery. Park trails may be closed.