The J.E. Hamilton Community House is now open to the public.
The Senior Center remains closed except for the office window and scheduled programs.
The on-site Senior Nutrition Program remains suspended until further notice. Delivery of Meals on Wheels and Curbside Bag Lunch will continue. We are happy to be able to start offering some activities, programs, and classes at the Senior Center. Safety in doing so remains important to us.
Everyone will need to adhere to the following procedures:
Class sizes will be limited to maintain social distancing. You MUST PRE-REGISTER for everything except walking (with social distancing). There will not be any walk-ins allowed for classes, activities, programs, etc.
To pre-register for any activities, programs, or classes, please call 920-793-5596.
You MUST sign-in at the Senior Center office window BEFORE going to your class. Please have your punch card ready if needed.
Please do not come early or stay late. In order to keep having classes, and to start returning to some of our other regular classes, we must keep the flow of traffic moving and at a minimum.
Masks, worn properly, are mandatory.
Please do not come to the Center if you have a cough, fever, or feel ill.
Arthritis Exercise - Tuesday 10:30 am
Bingo - Tuesday 1:00 pm (Starting August 4)
Book Club - Wednesday, August 19, 9:30 am
Books, DVD's & Puzzles - Available
Dart ball - Resumes Wednesday, September 9, 1:00 pm
Foot Care with Sharon Glandt - scheduling appointments
Greeting Cards - Available
Legal Assistance - Phone appointments
Movie Matinees - Monday 1:00 pm
Quilting - Friday 8:00 am
Walking in the Gym - Monday - Friday 6:00 am - 8:00 am
Wii Bowling - Monday & Thursday 8:15 am - 9:15 am
Creation Station - Friday, August 21 10:00 am - Create a Welcome sign for your home
Alive & Aware Wellness Program - Wednesdays at 1:30 pm
July 29 - What's the Difference? (assisted living, nursing homes & rehab)
August 5 - Healthier Choices for a Healthier Life
August 12 - Your Rights in Long Term Care
More updates to come!
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