COVID-19 Update: Message from the Senior/Community Center
Now that the stay in place is lifted, we are still social distancing. All in-person programs,trips, rentals, classes and services are cancelled through Labor Day. It is highly recommended that we continue to keep Senior Center closed until we reach phase 6 of Governor’s Whitmer’s reopening plan. Staff is available during regular business hours to assist you. Thank you.
Here are some websites that have great resources available for senior citizens’s, caregivers and family members during the stay home and be safe :
To all who helped with reception, card parties, BINGO or painting set up; also our Tim’s Kitchen, Helping Hands, and Senior Sew groups; to AARP, MMAP, and Legal Aide teams; and the Pals, Garden, Computer , and Star Grabbers Clubs
You made it look simple, but your hard work was noticed and we are very grateful for each of you. Your smiles, enthusiast and commitment brightens our community.
The Royal Oak Senior Community Center
The City of Royal Oak has a beautiful community center where mature adults aged 50 and better can enjoy opportunities for lifelong education, fitness, nutrition and leisure activities. In addition, supportive services that promote independence and quality of life are available for residents who are 60 and over or permanently disabled.
Pay us a visit, check out the monthly newsletter, and join some of our activities! Senior and handicapped transportation is available.
Facility Rental Information is available. Additional services and programs are offered through the Senior / Community Center such as A.G.E., Meals, and R.O.S.E.S.
The Jack and Patti Salter Community Center, located at 1545 E Lincoln Avenue, also offers enjoyable classes for mature adults. A list of activities at this center can be found in Insight Magazine, a quarterly newsletter that is delivered to every address in Royal Oak. The Salter Center is open Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.