Community Centers

*Please note that with the exception of the Quilcene Food Bank operations all of the Community Centers are currently closed to the public due to the COVID-19 response.*

Hundreds of residents visit the Community Centers on the Olympic Peninsula every day for social, recreational and educational activities. These centers are community treasures – they offer hot meals, a warm smile and friendly conversation to many who live in outlying communities. Community Centers are a hub of meaningful programs and interesting activities.

Tri-Area Community Center

Sheila Ramsey
(360) 390-4014

10 West Valley Rd
Chimacum, WA 98325

The Tri-Area Community Center offers Wi-Fi, Senior Nutrition, commercial kitchen & room rental space. Meeting room space is provided for programs and activities of an informational, educational, cultural or civic nature primarily, and for other organizations as space and time is available. All community meetings must be open to the public at no charge. Use of meeting rooms for fund raising or profit making activities are subject to prior approval of the Center Manager.

Brinnon Community Center

Alicia Simmons
(360) 796-4350

306144 Hwy 101
Brinnon, WA 98320

The Brinnon Community Center has a Senior Nutrition program, kitchen & room rental. Meeting room space is provided for programs and activities of an informational, educational, cultural or civic nature primarily, and for other organizations as space and time is available. All community meetings must be open to the public at no charge. Use of meeting rooms for fund raising or profit making activities are subject to prior approval of the Center Manager.

Quilcene Community Center

Bob Rosen
(360) 765-3321

294952 Hwy 101
Quilcene, WA 98376

Computer lab with Internet access, room rental space & food bank are available at the Quilcene Community Center. Meeting room space is provided for programs and activities of an informational, educational, cultural or civic nature primarily, and for other organizations as space and time is available. All community meetings must be open to the public at no charge. Use of meeting rooms for fund raising or profit making activities are subject to prior approval of the Center Manager.