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    Adults / Seniors
setback card Party
Seniors meet weekly to play Set Back. Days: Tuesdays
Date: Year Round
Time: 11:00am–3:00pm
Location: TBD
Fee: $2 (coffee, tea & goodies provided)
hollywood cards
Days: 2nd, 3rd and 4th Tuesdays Date: Year Round
Time: 1:00–3:00pm
Location: TBD
Fee: Free
senior knitters & crochet group
Seniors meet weekly to knit, crochet, share ideas and work on projects.
Projects donated to various charities (homeless shelters, hospitals, nursing homes, CAP etc.) Days: Tuesdays
Date: Year Round
Time: 10:30am–12:00pm Location: TBD
Fee: Free
Monthly Book club
This group meets once a month on the 2nd Tuesday of the month. If you love to read and socialize this is the club to join. New book every month. Beverages & goodies supplied
Days: 2nd Tuesday of the Month Date: Year Round
Time: 1:00–2:00pm
Location: TBD
Fee: Free
Membership
FREE for Rocky Hill residents (subject to change) $10.00 Out of Town residents (annually)
To join the senior center please stop down between 9:00–11:30am or 12:30–4:30pm
Any questions call 860-258-2786
Birthday Bingo
Days: 1st Tuesday of the Month
Date: Year Round
Time: 12:45–3:00pm
Location: RHSCC – Rm #2/3
Sponsored by Maple View Manor
For more information call Senior Center Office 860. 258.2786
Human, Youth & Senior Services
wii Bowling
Come and enjoy a new way to bowl and compete against different towns
We are members of the CT Senior Wii Bowling League
Days: Wednesdays
Date: Year Round
Time: 1:00–3:00pm
Location: RHSCC – Rm #2/3
Fee: Free
Mahjong group
Days: Thursdays
Date: Year Round
Time: 1:00–4:00pm
Location: Town Hall – Senior Lounge Fee: Free
lunch Program
The Human Services Senior Department offers
a 5 day a week hot lunch program to senior residents 55 and over.
MUST REGISTER THREE DAYS IN ADVANCE BY 10:00AM (Weekends do not count).
No walk-ins for lunch. Lunch is provided by Mitchell’s Restaurant. For more information please call 860-258-2786.
Days: Monday–Friday
Date: Year Round
Time: 12:00pm (lunch is served)
Location: TBD
Fee: $4 members, $4.50 non-resident members, $5.50 resident non-member, $7.50 non-resident non-member
weekly Bingo
Days: Mondays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays (subject to change if there is no bingo caller) Date: Year Round
Time: 12:45–3:00pm
Location: TBD
Fee: Cost of Bingo Cards
Monthly craft Program
Every month enjoy creating a new craft project. Sponsored by Autumn Lake Healthcare. Pre- registration required by calling 860-258-2786. Limit 10
Days: 2nd Tuesday of the month Date: Year Round
Time: 10:00–11:30am
Location: RHSCC – Rm #3 Fee: Free
healthy choices Blood Pressure check
A Registered Nurse is on site to check blood pressures, review medications, give injections or discuss health concerns. For more info, please call the senior office 860-258-2786.
Joan Haines, RN
Days: Mondays
Date: Year Round Time: 9:45–11:45am Location: Nurses Office Fee: Free
hearing health services
Beltone of New England audio specialist will clean and check hearing aids and provide free hearing test.
For more info, please call the senior office 860-258-2786.
Days: 2nd Thursday Date: Year Round Time: 10:00–11:00am Location: Nurses Office Fee: Free
Foot care services
Cathy Brennan, RN
Dates: 2nd Wednesday of the month
Time: 8:30am–3:30pm (by appointments only) Location: Nurses Office
Fee: $29.00 payable to Pedi Care
Register by: To set-up an appointment call the senior office 860-258-2786.
senior liaison Meetings
The Senior Liaison provides a forum for
Rocky Hill Seniors to share their thoughts and concerns. This group of 3 council members and staff meet on the 4th Monday of each month. For more info, please call the senior office at 860-258-2786.
Days: Mondays
Date: Year Round
Time: 5:00–6:00pm
Location: Town Hall - Council Chambers
 The addition to the Senior/Community Center continues to be under construction. During this time classes will offered via Zoom or at a different location. We look forward to introducing more programs when we are in our new space. New programming will include specialized speakers, entertainment, educational classes, new exercise programs, quilting, scrapbooking, music, support groups and cooking classes.
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