Mondays from 1:30-2:30pm and Thursdays from 1:00-2:00pm

    Location: Program Room

    Craft Classes

    June 3rd and June 17th 10:00 a.m.
    These easy, seasonal crafts are good for beginners
    but all are welcome to join. All materials supplied.
    This class is free for Senior Center Members and
    led by our very crafty volunteer Joyce.
    Class size is limited and you need to sign up
    in advance to join the class.
    Sign up at Reception if you are interested.

    Renter’s Rebate Program

    A program for low income elderly (65+) or disabled individuals who have rented in CT in 2021 and have
    not applied for the homeowners Circuit Breaker Program. Program open through October 1, 2022.
    You must apply in the town you are currently living in and have rented in Connecticut in 2021.
    Income Limits:
    Single: $38,100 yearly or less Couple: $46,400 yearly or less

    Appointment Needed, Please Call:
    Norwich residents, 55 and older call the Rose City Senior Center at (860) 8895960.
    If you are under 55 and a Norwich resident, call Norwich Human Services at (860) 8233778.
    If you reside in Senior Housing: Please call your Resident Services Coordinator at your housing complex for information.

    Every Smile Counts

    Wednesday, June 22nd

    9:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m.
    No appointment needed.

    We welcome your participation in the Every Smile Counts Survey, an oral health screening of older adults, to help promote and advocate for improved access to affordable dental care. Oral health is a vital component to overall health and wellbeing across the lifespan. Poor oral health is associated with diabetes, heart disease, stroke, and lung disease.
    A licensed dental hygienist will visually inspect your mouth. It only takes about 5 minutes. We will also ask you to complete a short questionnaire. We follow infection control procedures more stringent than required by CDC. As a way of appreciating your participation, you will receive a toothbrush, toothpaste and other oral health products.
    The past survey in 2012 resulted in: the expansion of dental hygienists being able to provide services in senior centers, public housing, and nursing homes; required education for nursing home staff on oral health care; and beginning discussions on getting dental coverage under Medicare.
    This survey is sponsored by the Connecticut Department of Public Health through a CDC grant.

    Rose City Senior Center MEMBERSHIP

    Yearly Membership runs from July 1st to June 30th.
    Membership is required to participate in programs, classes and events as well as for transportation.
    Norwich Residents*: Suggested $25 yearly Membership Out of Town: $40 yearly Membership
    *Financial Assistance Available for Norwich Residents (Please ask)
    Thank you for supporting the Rose City Senior Center.