Sterling Senior Center Regularly Scheduled Activities:

Sterling Senior Center Regularly Scheduled Activities:

Mondays Exercise 10am

Thursdays SASCI Crafts 10am

Wednesday Exercise 10am

Blood Pressure checks 2nd Wednesday

Thursdays Cards with potluck 6pm

Friday Exercise 10am

Fridays Choir 1-2:30pm -Canceled

Saturdays Carving Club 10am-3pm

1st and 3rd Saturdays

Moose Chili Dinner

Saturday April 11th at 5 pm

Suggested donation $12.50

Please call for reservation

Moose River Fun Run May 9th

Christmas in July

The local crafty community of Sterling, will be presenting Christmas in July. The local crafts will be presented July 10th and 11th from 10:00am to 4:00pm. Please call 262-6808 for more information.


The annual Sterling Senior Center Gun Show and raffle will be held on July 18th and 19th, 2015. Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 4pm. Entry fee for the Gun Show will be $5. Tables are still available. Call 262-6808 for more information. This is one of our most popular events of the year and a great fundraiser for the Senior Center programs.




The Center’s gift store is open during the Center’s normal operating hours of 9am-3pm. Come in and see the great gifts handcrafted by local artists and on display. Great gifts for the whole family.

RADA Cutlery

The Senior Center has a good inventory of RADA Cutlery on hand at this time. We have several copies of the new catalog for your browsing pleasure. There are a lot of new items being offered this year. If you are in need of any kitchen knives etc. drop by and see what we have on hand. Special orders can be placed to arrive in time for the Holidays and Special Events. If items are not on hand and are needed right away, they can be special ordered with an additional shipping charge. Drop by and see us today. We’ll be happy to assist you.

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Megan Pacer / Homer News
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Zirrus VanDevere’s pieces are displayed at the Kenai Art Center on Jan. 4, 2022. (Courtesy Alex Rydlinski)
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Minister’s Message: What if Christ had not been born?

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