Coffee with Coordinator

Coffee with Coordinator is a program designed to offer seniors the ability to have coffee and pastries and receive the following:

  • information regarding Centre offerings
  • information about other events going on in the surrounding community
  • senior specific education regarding various topics (Health, Financial, Mental Wellness, Nutrition, Leisure)
  • information about volunteer opportunities
  • socialization with other seniors

Age: Adults
Date: Tuesday, March 26- Jodi Gibson, Bridge Investment Group: Becoming "Fiscally" Fit
         Tuesday, April 23 
Time: 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Cost: Free to all participants
Place: Centre Community Room


Mah Jongg

Mah Jongg was first played by the ruling class of China and dates back to the time of Confucius. Mah Jongg is a game played with 152 tiles or 152 Mah Jongg “Kards,” and the object of the game is to form combinations of suits.

Join Vanora Jorgensen on Wednesday afternoons for lessons on how to play this challenging yet fun game.

Age: Adult
Date: Wednesdays, March 6 - May 29
Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Cost: FREE for all participants, Community Participants must register at Centre
Place: The Centre

Casino Run 2

Let’s try our luck again, but this time let’s try our luck at St Croix Casino-Turtle Lake. The ‘Better with Age’ promotion offers individuals 55 and over a $5.00 off meal coupon along with their weekly promotion which changes weekly. St. Croix Casino offers everyone’s favorite games. Whether you try your luck on slots, blackjack, roulette, craps, or live poker, you’re always a winner.

Age: Adult
Date: Wednesday, April 17
Time: 8:30 AM - 2:30 AM
Cost: $15.00 for Centre Members
        $18.00 for Community Participants
Place: Meet in Centre Lobby, St. Croix Casino Turtle Lake, WI
Registration Deadline: Friday, April 12
Minimum/Maximum participants: 5/14 participants


Living Well with Chronic Conditions

Are you an adult with an ongoing health condition? If you have conditions such as diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure, heart disease, chronic pain, anxiety, the Living Well workshop can help you take charge of your life. We are working with the St Croix County Aging and Disability Resource Center to offer you this Living Well workshop, which will be 2 ½ hours, held each week for 6 weeks.

In this workshop you will:

  • Learn from trained volunteer leaders with health conditions themselves.
  • Set your own goals and make a step-by-step plan to improve your health and your life.
  • Find practical ways to deal with fatigue
  • Understand new treatment choices and learn better ways to talk with your doctor and family about your health.

Age: Adult
Date: Thursdays, April 11 - May 16
Time: 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Cost: FREE for all participants
Place: Centre Community Room
Registration Deadline: Thursday, April 4
Maximum participants: 35 participants


Active Life Fair

The Active Life Fair is a RESOURCE FAIR FOR ACTIVE AGING ADULTS. The Active Life Fair is a FREE resource fair for adults 55+. You will have the opportunity to gather information regarding local programs and services about health, fitness, and wellness opportunities to improve your quality of life.

Twenty-minute seminars will be taking place at the event! Seminar schedule will be available closer to the event date. Visit our website at for more information.

Offerings include:

  • Hearing Tests
  • Blood Pressure
  • Balance Screenings
  • Sample Fitness Classes
  • Food Samples
  • And More….

Age: Adult
Date: Friday, May 17
Time: 10:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Cost: FREE for all participants
Place: The Centre


Senior Chef

Senior Chef offers 6 different cooking classes focused on cooking for one or two. Sign up for 1, 2, or all the classes!

Helps to:

  • Improve cooking skills
  • Inspire cooking motivation
  • Nutritious new meal ideas
  • Easy to make recipes
  • Discuss adaptive equipment options
  • Opportunity to meet new people

Senior Chef is suitable for men and women who:

  • Are 60 or over 
  • Live alone or with one other person
  • Want to improve cooking skills, confidence or motivation around cooking
  • Understand nutritional needs

Everything, including the ingredients for the cooking class and recipes are provided.

Why should you attend a Senior Chef Class?

The lessons include tips on meal planning, making economical choices, and keeping your meals healthy and nutritious, plus you get to eat what you prepare.

The senior ‘chefs’ in this class will work in pairs to create recipes planned for them by local nutritionists. A bonus-by-product of this course is forming new friendships! This program brings people together for the common purpose of learning to cook, so friendships are bound to develop.

Age: Adult
Date: Tuesday, April 30
         Tuesday, May 7
         Tuesday, May 14
         Tuesday, May 21
         Tuesday, May 28
         Tuesday, June 4
Time: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Cost: $4.00 per class for Centre Members
         $6.00 per class for Community Participants
Place: Centre Community Room
Registration Deadline: One week prior to event
Minimum/Maximum participants: 5/20 participants



Cold temperatures and blowing snow are a given where we live.  So when it's too cold to take your regular walk outside, head to the Centre!  From October through March, Monday through Friday from 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM, the Centre gymnasium is a warm and FREE place to walk.

All are welcome, we just need you to fill out a day pass form and we'll give you a wristband to come in and walk.  So bring a friend and bring your walking shoes, we guarantee it will always be above freezing at the Centre.  For additional information contact the Centre at 715-246-2252.

Age:  Adults
Date:  Monday - Friday, October - March
Time:  1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Cost:  FREE for all participants
Place:  Centre Gymnasium


Multi-Generational Volunteer Program

Multi-generational programs offer people of different ages the opportunity to come together and share time with one another. Such programs can provide benefits to all involved and foster life-enhancing growth, understanding, and friendship. 

Program Summary

The Centre’s new multi-generational program connects senior volunteers with students from the Centre’s 3 year old preschool and 4K programs. Teachers and seniors will work together once a week to provide students with hands-on experience working on art-projects and group reading time. The volunteers share their wisdom, insight, and friendship with the youth. The interaction is beneficial to both the students and the volunteers.

Program Goals & Outcomes

The primary goals of the multi-generational program is to help students learn to work on social skills and increase their interaction with caring adults. Senior volunteers can enjoy sharing their love of crafts and reading; seeing the students’ knowledge and skill sets increase.

Volunteer Requirements

The typical commitment is to volunteer an average of 1.5 hrs per month. Each volunteer will be required to fill out a background check before being placed in a classroom with students. Please check with Sam Nolan, Senior Programs Coordinator, to see what time slots are available.  Classes are held Monday - Thursday from 8:15 AM - 11:30 AM.  We will work with individual schedules to come up with a day/time that works for both parties.


Facility Hours:

Program areas close 15 minutes prior to the facility closing

  October - April May - September
Monday - Thursday      4:45 AM - 10:00 PM        4:45 AM - 9:00 PM
Friday 4:45 AM - 9:00 PM 4:45 AM - 8:00 PM
Saturday - Sunday 7:00 AM - 9:00 PM 7:00 AM - 8:00 PM


425 E 5th St
New Richmond, WI 54017

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