Services

    NOTARY PUBLIC

    We can notarize most simple documents, however, due to legal restraints we are no longer notarizing Last Wills, Living Wills or Power of Attorney documents. Please make an appointment for Notary services by calling 860-889-5960.

    AARP Smart Driver Course

    Tuesday: March 22nd (wait list only), June 21st (wait list only), September 20th, November 15th

    9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

    The AARP Smart Driver Course (formally Driver’s Safety) is the nation’s first and largest refresher course for drivers age 50 and older. It has given millions of older drivers the skills and tools they need to drive safely on today’s roads. In fact, 97% of those who take it change at least one driving behavior. And the best part? There are no tests to pass – just useful information to keep you safe on the road!

    You may get an insurance discount after taking this course! Auto insurance companies in most states provide a multi-year discount to course graduates! Please consult your insurance agent for more information about discounts available to you.

    Cost: $15 AARP Members     $20 AARP Non-Members

    Pay by check or cash on the day of the class

    Please sign up at reception – Space is limited

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    Also at the Norwich Senior Center

    GIFT SHOP—Open to the public, it is located in the Senior Center lobby. We offer a variety of gifts and cards for very reasonable prices. Local crafters have various items available as well as items that are made here at the Center.

    COMPUTER ROOM—The Senior Center has a small computer room to allow you to play games, practice your skills, or use the Internet.

    GREENHOUSE—The greenhouse grows and sells a variety of houseplants and occasionally vegetable plants. In the spring, summer, and fall there is an outdoor vegetable and flower garden. The greenhouse also offers many volunteer opportunities for those with a “green thumb.”

    LIBRARY—Well stocked with current books and a setting for comfortable reading. The local newspapers are on hand as well.

    COMPUTER ROOM—The Senior Center has a small computer room to allow you to play games, practice your skills, or use the Internet.

    LIBRARY—Well stocked with current books and a setting for comfortable reading. The local newspapers are on hand as well.

    VOICES, Our Monthly Newsletter

    VOICES is the Senior Center’s monthly newsletter.  When ready (approximately the last week of each month), the paper version may be picked up at the Senior Center, senior housing complexes, and a variety of local businesses and medical facilities. You may also choose to have the final newsletter (with inserts, if any), mailed to your home for $8 a year which helps cover postage.

    Each VOICES includes listings of regular services, special programs and a variety of articles on happenings in the Senior Center community. Items may include news on Day-Trips, Mini-Trips, our Sunshine Corner/Birthday Celebration, Library News, Greenhouse updates, Golden Nuggets activities, and “Help Your Neighbor”. We often have guest speakers and/or informational presentations so keep a lookout for those announcements, too. Each issue also includes the weekday Menu for TVCCA lunches held here at the Senior Center.

    Have an idea for something you would like to see in the newsletter? We would love to know about it.

    MEMBERSHIP

    MEMBERSHIP* — Yearly Membership runs from July 1st to June 30th. Registration is required to participate in events sponsored by the Senior Center as well as for transportation services.

    A $25 (per person) yearly membership donation is suggested. *Financial assistance is available (Please see Mike Wolak or Hilary Sandberg).

    Membership Application