Actively Aging Potluck

Join us for a potluck lunch and a special guest speaker every third Thursday of the month. Bring a dish to pass, spend some time socializing, and enjoy a different topic each month.

Age: Adults
Date: Thursday, January 16 "Writing Your Own Story" Sara Deluca
         Thursday, February 20 "Fall Prevention" Dadez Physical Therapy
Time: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Cost: FREE for all participants
Place: Centre Community Room

 

Breakfast & Bingo

Enjoy breakfast with your peers and play some fun and competitive rounds of Bingo for great prizes! Sign up online or at our Welcome Center for Breakfast & Bingo. We will be serving a delicious egg bake and fruit.

Age: Adults
Date: Monday, January 20
Time: 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM
Cost: $5.00 for Centre Members
         $7.00 for Community Participants
Place: Centre Community Room

 

Senior Incentive Day

Senior Incentive Day is a day for seniors to bring their friends who aren’t currently members to come for a tour and try out a senior fitness class. Please register at the Welcome Center.


Age: Adults
Date: Tuesday, January 21
Time: 4:45 AM - 10:00 PM
Cost: FREE for all participants

 

Senior Incentive Month

Come in 12 times this month for any of our senior based activities and receive a prize. Once you have completed and turned in your registration form, you will receive a punch card with instructions. Please register at the Welcome Center.


Age: Adults
Date: February 1 - 29
Cost: FREE for Centre Members

 

Souper Bowl I

The “Bowl” of the Bold North... The rules of the Souper Bowl are simple. Each “player” brings a hearty-sized batch of their favorite homemade soup, letting the host know what they’re planning to make ahead of time so that six different chicken noodle soup recipes don’t end up crashing the party. Soups, stews, and chilis are all permitted in the Souper Bowl, as long as they pass the all-important spoon-ability test (absolutely no forks allowed).

We will add an element of friendly competition to the Souper Bowl. We will print out blank brackets and put similar soups against each other—like vegetable soup against a minestrone, or clam chowder against corn chowder. Each guest votes on their favorite in each of the brackets, tasting as many soups as possible, until the field gets narrowed down to two final competitors. At that point we can declare the winner of the Souper Bowl trophy!

If you don’t want to make soup you can still participate! Taste the variety of soups and vote. Open to the community, bring a friend!

Age: Adults
Date: Tuesday, February 4
Time: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Cost: FREE for Soup Chefs to participate
        $2.50 to be a Soup Taster 
Place: Centre Community Room
Registration Deadline: Thursday, January 30
Minimum/Maximum participants: 5/25 participants

 

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, July 10 - August 28
Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Cost: FREE for all participants, Community Participants must register at Centre
Place: The Centre

 

Walk at the Centre

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

CONTACT US:

715-246-2252
425 E 5th St
New Richmond, WI 54017


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