Seniors

Seniors in the Park

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
OPEN!

We are open Monday through Thursday, 9 am—3 pm.  Masks are not required if you have been fully vaccinated, but you are always welcome to wear one. If you feel sick, please stay home. Thanks! 

Facility: Ion filters have been installed in our HVAC system, high touch surfaces have been treated with a coating that kills germs immediately and staff cleans tables before and after each group.  There will be limits on number of people in the building at one time.

Registration: We appreciate registeration in advance for all activities and classes, by calling, emailing or going to https://scheduleplus.com/wwtr/kiosk.
 
Information is available in the monthly newsletter found at City of Whitewater and Mycommunityonline.com and the bi-weekly email, Monday Musings. Email Deb at dweberpal@whitewater-wi.gov if you would like to receive the Monday Musings.
 
So happy to see your smiling faces!
 
 
Seniors in the Park Promotes and Enhances a Vital Aging Community
Seniors in the Park is a lively and dynamic program in Whitewater that seeks to promote and enhance a vital aging community. Our mission is to enhance and revitalize the lives of our community by providing programs that challenge your mind, enhance your physical being, create new connections, and are just plain fun. From presentations and lectures to card games and movies, there is something offered for everyone!
The program is conveniently located in the Starin Park Community Building in beautiful Starin Park. For more information on programs and activities call 262-473-0535 or pick up the Park Bench newsletter at one of these and other convenient locations around town:

·       Starin Park Community Building

·       Irvin L Young Memorial Library

·       Whitewater Aquatic Center

·       Whitewater Municipal Building

·       Online versions are available at the City of Whitewater website and ourseniorcenter.com/find/seniors-in-the-park.

We are always looking for new ideas and programs to implement. Please share your thoughts and suggestions with us. We look forward to hearing from you!

  

Newsletter

August 2021