Updated May 16th, 2020


The Center's Quilters are sewng Homemade Face Masks to help fulfill the need in the area. If you would like a mask, call the Center at 541-296-4788 and leave your name, phone number, address and the number of masks you need.


The Center is closed and all classes and activities are canceled except for MEDICARE HELP (call the local coordinator at 541-288-8341) and the MEDICAL EQUIPMENT LOAN CLOSET (call 541-296-4788 to see if we have the equipment you need and to schedule a time for pick-up.)

TAX AIDE has been canceled indefinitely but the filing date has been extended to July 15th. I have not heard if or when the program will start again.


The eligibility for a home delivered meal has changed to include anyone 60 and over. If you would like a home delivered meal call Meals-on-Wheels at 541-298-8333 or if you would like to pick up a meal call before 10:00 and pick up your meal at noon but not before.


Circles of Care is looking for older adults who are self-isolating and need support during these difficult times. Because of the situation they are limiting their assistance to picking up groceries and check-in calls. Call Gracen 541-397-0724 or email her at gbookmyer@ageplus.org.


Mondays: Quilters 10:00 – 3:00; Lunch with TED 12:00; Brain Fitness Club 1:00; Wii Bowling 1:30
Tuesdays: Yoga 9:30; Tai Chi 1:00; Bunco (3rd Tues.) 1:00Dominoes 1:00; Strong Women 2:00; Table Tennis 3:00; 
Wednesdays: Computer/Smart Device Help 9:00; Strength Yoga 9:15; Needle Nutz 10:00;  Creative Arts 1:00 (4th Wednesday); Lectures for the Curious 11:00
Thursdays: Yoga 9:30;  Zumba Gold 10:45-11:30; Grief Support Group 1st and 3rd Thursdays 10:30; Pinochle 1:00; Strong Women 2:00; Table Tennis 3:00; MOW Bingo 6:00
Fridays: Strength Yoga 9:15;  Let's Talk 11:00; Mahjong 1:00; Pinochle 6:00;    
 Saturdays: MCSC Bingo 6:00

SHIBA Medicare help available by appointment. Call Center at 541-296-4788.


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Anonymous said...

This senior center is a blessing to many of us in and around the community. Without it most of us would go without at least one good meal a day. Also most of us would remain too sedentary, and probably get sucked into a depression without the activities. This can happen at any age.
Bingo is one of the favorite activities, however it's getting too upsetting for a lot of us due to the fact that there are too many coming that don't listen to, or follow the rules. Then there are a certain few that persist to be loud, noisy, obnoxious and rude. The volunteers running the bingo have tried to control some of it, but it's time they make sure to have silence and everyone's attention at the start, before pursuing bingo. Then announce that the rules are to be strictly followed and those who break them can be told to leave, and without any refunds. Don't come at the last minute before it starts and be disruptive and hold up the game playing either.
We all come to have fun and relax, not to be stressed by others inconsiderations.
We don't have these issues during any of the other activities.
Thank you.

Unknown said...

Nice Tough/Rough review but this is your forum too!!!!!!!! Old people at some point often return to some age in their youth and are "Acting Out"....... I'm only 68 and still mature {as much as I ever was.......} but PDSS Incidents began for me at age 4 (?) and continue even though today....... Gooder than good lunch hereat today!!!!!!! Closed Thanksgiving and the following day too 🤔?!?!?!?

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