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We are happy to say that starting July 6th we will have all Senior Center activities available (noon lunch is a county program and is not available yet) as well as the check-in kiosk, which will be located at our front desk window. The Koska or Library will also be available for socializing when there is not a scheduled program or activity.

Pre-registration for everything is always important. This helps us with set-ups and any materials that are needed. It also allows us to know who to call in case we have to reschedule or cancel anything. 

Please call 920-793-5596 in advance. You don't have to wait until the day before to sign up, give us a call and sign up for everything that you plan to attend.  

 

CHECK-IN (These numbers go to city council every month and show not only participation, but building and room usage including the need for the spaces we use.)

*All activities and volunteer opportunities you are participating in the day you are here.

*Hello - any time you are in the Community House, even if you are simply picking up a Senior Center newsletter.

 

CLEANING

*Rooms are set the prior evening. 

*There will be sanitizing wipes or spray available in the rooms with activities.  Please wipe down you area (table, chair) and materials or equipment when you arrive and when you are finished.

*There is hand sanitizer at the front desk window and also at each the 17th and 18th Street entrances.

 

VOLUNTEERS

*You can now start entering your own volunteer hours.  Staff and front desk volunteers have been diligently entering your hours for the past 1+ year so no need to go back to anything before July 6.

*Please make sure you check-in for your volunteer opportunity you are at the Senior Center for as well, and don’t forget HELLO. 

Our Mission

The Two Rivers Senior Center, a​ division of Parks & Recreation Department of the City of Two Rivers, is committed to providing an active and productive​ lifestyle for adults in the community through diversified​ volunteer opportunities, advocacy for adults, programming for health,​ recreation, education and community affairs.

The Two Rivers Senior Center is accredited with the Wisconsin Association of Senior Centers. Memberships: American Society of Aging, Coalition of Wisconsin Aging Groups, National Council on Aging & Wisconsin Parks & Recreation Association