Seattle Prime Timers

For Mature Gay Men and their Friends

Calendar of Events

SPT members are also invited to attend any of these Mature Friends Events:

Wednesday Pinochle Group: March 7 and 21 at 7PM.  Good Shepherd Center 4649 Sunnyside Avenue Suite 140, Seattle, WA 98103 - John Beierle

Greenlake Walk - Wednesday March 7, 14, 21, & 28 at 11AM Rain or Shine. We meet at the South West corner of the lake. This is near to the boathouse. This is NOT where you can rent boats. We gather at the north end of the parking lot that is just north of the boathouse.  Don McKenzie 206-235-2844 or

Wednesday Bridge Group: March 7, 14, 21, & 28 at 7PM. The Good Shepherd Center 4649 Sunnyside Avenue Suite 140, Seattle, WA 98103 - Howard Bye-Torre 206-310-0766

Wednesday Lunch: March 14 & 28 at Noon - Roosters. Tex Mex BBQ.  located at 611 Broadway East, just a couple of blocks from the Capitol Hill light rail station.  David Turner 801-201-0350

Tuesday Dining Out-Dinner: March 20 at 6PM, Robb’s 125th St Grill,  at 125th and Aurora.  Dan Lee 206-242-5173

Before the Potluck Series:  Join us for an update on the most current scams going on in our area.  March 31 at 5PM, The Good Shepherd Center 4649 Sunnyside Avenue Suite 140, Seattle, WA 98103 at 5PM.

Mature Friends Monthly Potluck: March 31 at 6PM, The Good Shepherd Center 4649 Sunnyside Avenue Suite 140, Seattle, WA 98103 - Dish Assignments - Last Name Initial - Appetizer:  B, F, G, O, V; Main Dish:  I, M, N, R, T, W; Vegetable:  D, K, L; Salad:  C, H, J; Dessert:  A, E, P, S, Z

Thursday March 1st

7:00 PM

Coffee Reunion at Northgate Mall - 401 NE Northgate Way, Seattle - Look for your fellow Prime Timers at a table in the Food court at the south end of the Mall.  Routes to/from the Northgate Transit Center:  26, 40, 41, 63, 67, 75, 303, 345, 346, 347, 348, 555, 556

Thursday March 8th

2:00 PM

Cards at Ballard NW Senior Center 5429 32nd Ave NW — In the Arts & Crafts Room on the 2nd floor we will enjoy playing card games near the Locks [Hearts and/or Cribbage and/or Bridge depending on who shows up].  Beginners are welcome!  You can have lunch in the dining room, but it closes at 12:30.   Metro Routes 44 and 17X serve the Center.

Saturday March 10th

6:00 PM

Dining Out at Costa's Restaurant 4559 University Way NE.  Hosted by Leroy Chadwick -- See menu at   RSVP BY Thursday the 8th  to Leroy Chadwick at or 206-495-8731. Many bus routes, including 31, 32, 43, 44, 45, 48, 49, 65, 67, 70, 71, 73, 74, 75, 372, 373.

Sunday March 11th

2:00 PM

Steering Committee at Dennis & Bruce’s home — All members are welcome and encouraged to attend. Contact Dennis at 206-898-9590 or Metro 8, 47

Saturday March 17th

2:00 PM

[Doors open 1:30 PM]


Monthly Potluck at Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church, 1729 Harvard Ave, Seattle, WA, behind Seattle Community College on Broadway.  Enter via the north parking lot by the church where there is free parking.  There is a $4/person door fee (please try to bring exact change) to help pay for the cost of the room. Please bring a dish that will serve eight or more to share.  Bus routes 8, 10, 11, 43, 49, 60, Capitol Hill Link Light Rail Station, and Capitol Hill Streetcar

Sunday March 18th

3:00 PM

Free Movie at Scarecrow Video -5030 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle - Wilde is the story of Oscar Wilde, recounting his life, times, writing and loves, starring Stephen Fry and Jude Law.  Released 1997, 1 hour 20 minutes.  The private viewing room will accommodate 30 people.  To make sure you are not turned away at the door, RSVP your interest to Roger Meers at  or 206-225-6703.  Free to Mature Friends, Prime Timers and their guests.  Scarecrow has concessions available for sale.

Saturday March 24th

6:00 PM

Dining Out at The Old Spaghetti Factory -- 2509 196th St SW, Lynnwood, WA.  Always a favorite of the Club!  Hosted by Ron Hawk -- See menu at RSVP by Thursday the 22nd to Ron at 206-225-5258 or

Sunday March 25th

1:30 PM

Seattle Prime Timers Rap Group at SASG 115 – 15th Ave East Suite 201. SASG is providing the Ian MacKintosh room for our meeting, and coffee and tea.  Metro routes 8, 10, 12, 49 and 60

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