Our loved ones take center stage on Valentine’s Day, this year more than ever. Celebrate the one (or ones) you love by ordering a Valentine’s dinner To-Go from the Camano Center catering team!  This special meal will warm your tummy and your heart as you enjoy the delicious meal AND support the programs and services offered through the Camano Center.  Have a lovely dinner for one, for two, or order one for someone you love as a gift!

Adin Collver and her Camano Center catering team will prepare and package the meal complete with simple oven reheating instructions ready for you to pick up at the front drive through of the Camano Center on February 14th between  2:00 PM-4:00 PM.    The cost is $50 per dinner.

Culinary  Options:

Chose between a smoked game hen or White Artichoke Lasagna  with Pomodoro Cream served with :

Winter Kale Salad
Coconut Shrimp with Sweet Chili Dipping Sauce
Brown Butter Mashed Potatoes
Maple Roasted Brussels Sprouts
Bread Pudding with Chocolate Sauce
Red or White Wine available for purchase (21+ only)

Valentine’s To-Go dinner purchase order form  is available by clicking  here.  The deadline for purchasing the “Valentine’s To Go” dinner is February 8.  

Dinner purchase is NON-REFUNDABLE

UPDATE: Our tentative plan (listed below) is still in place but on hold due to the Governor's statewide mitigation measures scheduled to last until December 14.

As we head into winter, our goal is still to keep everyone safe and healthy. With the limited opening of our Thrift Shop we have been very encouraged by the feedback from our customers that they feel safe in the COVID requirements we have set up. We are pleased to say that we have not had reports of positive cases within our staff or volunteers.

At the Center, we have begun to formulate a tentative plan on how we can safely start some of our much needed in-person programs again under the Safe Start guidelines. The numbers will be much smaller and the rooms bigger, but we can begin to offer some things.

Below is a list of the stages we will start with and look forward to. While we cannot give you a date that our 2nd stage will begin, we know we can start with our 1st stage now. We remain closed to the public and we still cannot open the doors completely until the governor feels it’s safe to move to Phase 4.

Tentative Restarting of Activities
During Phases 3 and 4


Phase 3 – Stage 1 :  Lowest Risk. Activities that can maintain social distancing within our biggest rooms

· Library by appointment only

· Medical Lending by appointment only

· Community meetings (Board and Association) 

· Exercise outdoors & and up to 10 people(indoors)

· Wedding ceremonies up to 50 people

· Funeral services/Memorials up to 50


· Church services up to 100 people

· Foot Care Clinic 2 clients per appointment

· Clubs/Makers/Art/Quilting up to 8


Phase 4- Stage 2:  High Risk.  Activities where social distancing is problematic 

· Ukulele

· Pinochle

· Bridge

· Mah Jongg 

· Canasta

· Table Tennis

· CamJam

· Culinary Arts Society

· AARP (with their corporate approval)

Phase 4- Stage 3:  Highest Risk.  Most vulnerable population. Groups of 50 or more

· Adult Day program

· 55+ Resource Fair

· Lunch on site

· Memory Lost Support Group

· Community Dances

· Music Performances

· Bingo

· Holiday Craft  & Gift Bazaar

· Volunteer Holiday Open House

· Women’s Expo

Weddings over 30 people 

Please call us if you have not heard from your club leader or our staff about starting back with a small group.  All groups require a participating group leader/facilitator to return. 

Thank you for your patience! We will all get through this together! 

Bonnie Eckley
Executive Director

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