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          Senior Services
   Hearing Services
Beltone of New England location: Nurses office
Days: 2nd Thursday of the month Date: TBD
Time: 10:00–11:00am
location: Nurses Office
Fee: Free
Lunch Program
The Senior Services Department offers a
5 day a week hot lunch program to senior residents 55 and over. Catered by Mitchell’s Coffee House. Reservations must be made 3 business days in advance.
Days: Mondays–Fridays
Date: TBD
Time: 12:00pm
Fee: $4 member, $8 non-member
Tuesdays, 9:00–10:00am
Here is your chance to meet the “Movers
& Shakers” of the Town of Rocky Hill.
Our speakers will introduce themselves and explain their critical roles for the Town. Share in their goals, daily challenges as well as their future projects and expectations. Join us for what is sure to be an enlightening and educational experience.
September 21 – John Mehr, Town Manager October 5 – Mike Garrahy, Fire Chief October 26 – Mike Custer, Police Chief November 9 – Mary Hogan, Library Director Program is FREE, but preregistration is required. Coffee and bagels will be served.
Transportation Services
Rocky Hill transportation services are available to residents age 60 and older, or to any adult with a disability. Transportation is provided to clients utilizing the following programs:
Rocky hill mini-Buses – Town operated minibuses help clients get to medical appointments in Rocky Hill and Wethersfield, Monday thru Friday, and to appointments in Hartford and Glastonbury on Mondays and Wednesdays. In addition, rides are provided to local grocery and department stores, banks, beauty salons, barber shops and restaurants.
curtin Transportation – A tri-town state grant provides transportation to medical appointments throughout Hartford County.
To schedule a ride, please call (860) 258-2701 one working day in advance between 8:30 am and 10:30 am; Monday thru Friday. Service is “curb to curb.” Therefore riders requiring assistance getting to and from the curb should plan to travel with a companion who can
provide this help. Clients who travel in wheelchairs and are unable to operate their wheelchair independently must have an assistant travel with them. Please call Charlene at (860) 258-2701, for more information or to schedule a ride.
We are looking forward to the start of “Adventures in Dining” (formerly called “Get Out of the Kitchen”). Presently, this program is scheduled for September 22nd, October 20th, November 17th, and December 15th. However, due to Covid restrictions, these dates may be tentative. Please plan to join us for our debut “Adventure” to “Lenny and Joe’s” in Westbrook. Information about Mini-Bus transportation cost is $4.00 and you are responsible for the cost of your own meal. Please contact Charlene at (860) 258-2701 with any questions.
At the current time, we will continue to operate our mini-bus service with the continued safety measures of use of masks and lower number of riders per ride.
                                                               BIRTHDaY GRaB & GO
TueSDAy, ocToBeR 5 AT 1:30Pm
celebrate all of our birthdays with a special treat, Drive through the Senior center circle in front of the building to receive your gift.
Please wear a facemask and remain in your car.
Please register by 9/29 by calling 860-258-2786 or email
FRidAy, OctObeR 8, 2021 • 1:30 PM
Join us for VIRTUAL lunch and Bingo with a Twist!
We have combined an exciting game of Bingo with some of your favorite music. This “Name that Tune” bingo game will bring back fond memories of days gone by. Many of your favorite songs will be played during this upbeat, toe tapping and most importantly, FUN activity!
lunch menu choices:
Choice of Turkey, Tuna or Veggie Wraps, Chips, Cookies & Drink
Reserve your Boxed Lunch & Bingo Card packet by calling 860-258-2786 by Friday, October 1st.
Pick up your lunch and Bingo packet on Friday beginning at 11:30 am at the Senior Center parking lot.
Please wear a facemask and remain in your car.
The Hearth at Glastonbury

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