Senior Center News
The Wethersfield Senior Center serves adults 55 years and older, offering social, educational, entertainment, health and wellness programs. The Center is also a source of information and referral to programs and services that can help seniors and their families find the resources needed to maintain active, independent and fulfilling lives. The Senior Center Coordinator, Amy Miller, is available to provide information about all programs, tours of the Center and registration for programs by calling (860) 721-2979 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
THE SENIOR CENTER IS OFFERING A FULL SCHEDULE OF ON-SITE PROGRAMS AND SERVICES.
Please refer to the Senior Center Monthly Newsletter and the monthly Rare Reminder ad for updates and descriptions of programs available.
To make an appointment, register for programs or for more information, please call Amy Miller at 860-721-2979 or email email@example.com.
If you would like to receive regular emails and updates from the WSC, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to our email distribution list. Receive a weekly update on programming, events and important information such as vaccines, tax assistance and status of programs at the Center.
Programs and Activities
Senior Center classes and programs are provided throughout the year. Offerings change based on the interests expressed by seniors and resources available. Current programs include many exercise classes such as Chair Yoga, T'ai Chi Qigong, Fit and Fabulous, and Silver Sneakers; art classes classes, free weekly movies, day trips, a quilting guild, Wii bowling, a Mah Jongg group, the Rythmairs Senior Choral, Bingo, Set Back, monthly Lunch & Learn educational events and more. A complete list of offerings and class schedules can be found in the monthly newsletter available at the Pitkin Community Center, Town Hall, the Wethersfield Library, and in the Rare Reminder each month, as well as the Parks & Recreation Department brochure. Newsletters are also available at housing sites throughout town, and at many local churches and libraries. A PDF version of the newsletter can be found among the documents listed at the bottom of this page. Members may register for classes online.
Senior Center membership is required to participate in all ongoing classes and programs and qualifies participants for discounted admission to monthly programs. The Center depends on membership dues and class fees for its continued operation. Annual Senior Center membership costs $5 for Wethersfield residents and $7 for non-residents. Renewals and new memberships can be completed in person at the Center or mailed in to: 30 Greenfield Street, Wethersfield, CT 06109 along with check payable to The Wethersfield Senior Center. Membership Form
Volunteers are always welcome at the Senior Center! We have opportunities that range from assisting with special events and projects, mailings and notification to members, making phone calls, or regular weekly projects... perhaps you have a special talent or knowledge base and you'd like to share! To further discuss volunteer opportunities at the Senior Center, please call 860-721-2979 or email the Senior Center Coordinator at email@example.com.
Health and Wellness Programs
The Senior Center partners with local health organizations to provide a range of health screenings and services for seniors. Services currently available include free blood pressure and blood sugar screenings, dental clinics, hearing screenings and foot care.
TECH HELP FOR SENIORS
TECH HELP FOR SENIORS volunteers offer one-to-one assistance with iPads, iPhones, Windows 10 computers, and Android tablets and phones. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Wethersfield Senior Center Coordinator at (860) 721-2979 to schedule individual tech assistance.
Tech Help for Seniors welcomes VOLUNTEERS to act as teachers, coaches and to provide one-on-one assistance. You don't have to be a computer 'wiz' to help. If you have some basic knowledge of smart phone technology (iPhone/iPad or Androids), or understanding of certain aspects of computing (Windows/MS applications), a willingness to help others bridge the digital divide, and patience, you too can be a valued volunteer. Our group is friendly and supportive, and will provide needed assistance to get you started as a volunteer. If interested, please email email@example.com for more information.
A nutritional lunch program provided by the Community Renewal Team and the Department of Social and Youth Services provides lunch Monday through Friday at the Pitkin Community Center for those 60 years and older. A donation of $3.00 is requested. Reservations are required. To make a reservation call (860) 721-2979; you may leave a message if no one is available at the time of your call. Reservations require a minimum of 24 hour notice-one workday in advance of the day you wish to dine with us.
SENIOR CAFE MENU
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Listing files in 'Social / Youth / Senior Services Documents '