Category: Services

September TVCCA Menu


September 11th: Beef Hot Dog w/Bun, Baked Beans, Mixed Vegetables Medley, Tropical Fruit Cup, and beverage.

September 18th: Pub Burger w/Bun, Baked Beans, Zucchini, Peas & Carrots,
Mandarin Oranges, Bread, Margarine and beverage.

September 25th: Crispy Cod, Macaroni & Cheese, Zucchini, Peas & Carrots, Mixed Fruit Cup, Bread, Margarine and beverage.

As a reminder, the meal count is called into the Commissary each Tuesday
for the upcoming Monday meal. You can register for your meal in person at the
senior center or contact the Senior Affairs Office by calling 860-887-5581 ext. 6.

There is a suggested donation of $3.00 per person for the meal. You do not need
to be a Preston resident to participate, all persons 60 years of age and older are
welcome. Persons younger than 60 years are charged a fee to participate.

On Monday, September 18th at 11:15, we will have a health talk presented
by Andrea Deedy. The topic will be Eating Healthy on a Budget.

Senior Center & Senior Club News

The Montville Senior Center and the Montville Senior Club are now one entity. In the past, the Club dues were $10.00 yearly and there was no charge for Center dues. To make things much less complicated and more efficient, there is only one membership—the Montville SENIOR CENTER MEMBERSHIP. The annual membership dues are $25.00. (I am certainly able to work with any senior that cannot afford the membership dues, please come see me—we can
absolutely work this out) Though most folks have not had any issues, few have made indirect comments so I wanted to remind everyone the Montville is one of the only centers in our area and very few throughout our state that does not charge for most of our classes and programs. I spend a great deal of time writing grants and my dedicated staff and volunteers work very hard on all of our fundraisers so that we can offer these programs for free. The dinners that we have and our lunch program are fundraisers so that all of our seniors can participate in the programs without concern of being able to afford them.

For a quick breakdown:
$25.00 year = $2.08 a month = $0.48 a week = $0.06 a day


Instructors for one month range between = $200—$1,000 (per classes or programs) we presently offer over 30 programs (and can participate in all or some or none) seniors can also come down for coffee & pastry every morning (no additional charge), lunch daily ($1.00 donation request to help us off set items needed), socialization, health programs, computer use, library & more.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions, I am more than happy to address!

Counseling Services

Counseling for positive mental health and well-being is available with Kerri Redner, LCSW.

Appointments are scheduled Monday – Wednesday.  There is no fee for this service.

Please call Kerri to schedule an appointment (860) 889-5960. 


New Pickleball Courts!

By the time you read this, Rose City Senior Center’s Pickleball courts will be in full swing (pardon the pun).  With the generous donation from the Edward and Mary Lord Foundation and matching funds through the American Recovery Plan for neighborhood revitalization, we were able to install two regulation sized courts right here on the grounds of Rose City Senior Center.

► Courts will be for the exclusive use of Senior Center members during our normal business hours (Monday thru Friday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.)

► After 4 p.m. and on the weekends, courts will be open to the general public until 10 p.m.

► Please remember to scan-in prior to using the courts as we’d like to track usage.

► Senior Center members may borrow paddles and balls during hours we are open.

► Courts will be reserved at certain times for Senior Center classes (times will be posted),

otherwise courts are open on a first-come, first-served basis.

Please see Mike if you have any questions.


September Services


Thu, Oct 5th from 11am to 1pm
at the Senior Center. 20 minute appointments start at 11am. Free hearing test, a hearing aid check, wax inspection, and listening demos. Register with the Senior Center.



Thu, Sep 14th from 12:15pm to 3:45pm.
Routine foot care provided for a fee – $10pp.
Appointment required. No diabetics please.
Payment due at time of service.


The massage will be about 20 minutes which includes
a foot soak by a Massage Therapist. $20pp upon registration. Thu, Sep 7th. Appointments start at 9am.

MANICURE – Sponsored by Pretty Nails and Spa, Tue, Sep
12th & Sep 26th. Starts at 8:15am. 15 minute appointments
$5pp – Cut, file, shape, and polish. Register with the Senior Center.


Haircuts by appointment offered on Thu, Sep 28th. 9:30AM – 1PM,
Every 20 minutes. Cost is $15 per person (Tips are appreciated)


Massages (with clothes on) to be offered. You can reserve a 25 minute appointment for $30 or a 50 minute appointment for $60.
Wed, Sep 13th & 27th from 1pm to 4pm and Thu, Sep 21st, 9am – 12pm.
Register with the Senior Center. Payment is due at time of reservation.
Wear comfortable clothing

Fitness Room

Too hot to exercise outdoors?  Try out our Fitness Room! 

Our Fitness Room has 2 treadmills, 2 recumbent elliptical machines, 1 recumbent bike, 2 upright bikes, a television to keep you entertained and is air conditioned!

Please Note: A signed waiver and physician’s note is needed in order to use the equipment.

► Stop by Reception and pick up the Release and Waiver Form and Physician’s Questionnaire.  Both must be filled out and turned in before using the equipment.  Basic instruction on how to use the equipment will be given before use.  Please ask your doctor if you have specific health related questions

Hair Salon Services

Tuesdays and Thursdays




Curbside & Dine-in Lunch

Wednesday, July 5th at 12:00pm 


Menu: Chicken Piccata, Mashed Potatoes, Corn, Dessert

$7.00 per person


RSVP at 860-464-0478 before 10:30am on Tuesday

Deterra Drug Deactivation Bags

An effective way to destroy unused, unwanted and expired medications with this safe medication disposal pouch you use at home.  Just add tap water, shake, and safely dispose in your trash.

Available at Reception.