What’s New

Dr. What? No More Garbage Guessing

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In Seattle we know that certain kinds of garbage aren’t garbage anymore. New city regulations mandate the composting of food waste, with possible fines if this portion of the waste stream ends up in the landfill. Horizon House has been committed to waste reduction for many years, and our Conservation Committee has played a key role in educating fellow residents. With these new rules, their work becomes even more important. Enter the “Dr. What” program. Read more.

Dancing ’til Dusk: The Ball Rouge

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What a swirl and twirl of red! The annual Ball Rouge, sponsored by Horizon House and part of the summer-long Dancing ’til Dusk series in Freeway Park, drew over 200 dedicated dancers. Read more.

As I Age…


“As I age, I will…wear high heels …keep learning …be an asset to my community.” Find out what that big chalkboard in Freeway Park, with opportunities to fill in the “As I age…” blanks, is all about. Read more.







Blog: Residents’ Assistance – A Testimonial from the Parker Family

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Chip Parker and his sister, Connie Parker Miller, recently spoke to Horizon House residents about their Mom, Faith Parker – her beautiful life and how much the Residents’ Assistance Fund meant to her and her family. Read more.

Square Dance in the Park


Come on down to Freeway Park, this Thursday, September 3, 6-9pm, and square dance the night away. Read more.

Fiber Arts Showcase

Fiber Arts Showcase

September 15, 10am to 3pm, in Anderson Hall – Be there! The creative handiwork of residents and staff will be on display at the Fiber Arts Showcase. Our resident-curated exhibition will include quilts, knitting, stitchery, rugs, weavings, needlepoint, embroidery, and other unique examples of textile art.


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Horizon House is a vibrant continuing care retirement community located in the heart of downtown Seattle. Our beautiful campus is home for seniors of every age and stage. For those who are seeking an active lifestyle, we offer Independent Living apartments and a myriad of resident-driven activities, as well as all that the city has to offer. For those who need a little assistance with daily activities of living, Supported Living, Horizon House’s unique approach to assisted living , allows you to live independently while still receiving the services you need. We also provide memory care for those living with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. Our Medical and Dental clinic is open seven days a week to meet the needs of all of our residents. Horizon House responds to your care needs as they change, meaning you will always be able to call Horizon House “home.”

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