Senior Citizen Events in Dearborn, Michigan

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There are many activities for senior citizens in Dearborn, Michigan.
There are many activities for senior citizens in Dearborn, Michigan.

In Dearborn, Michigan, there are many events for senior citizens. Most events are sponsored by the community-run senior citizen centers in the two communities that comprise the Dearborn area --- Dearborn and Dearborn Heights. Activities range from exercise classes to travel opportunities and card games.

  1. Dearborn Exercise Classes

    • The City of Dearborn's Senior Center offers its senior citizen residents several weekly exercise classes. They include swimming, chair exercise, a walking club and arthritis exercises classes. Participants must register for a class in advance. All classes are at the Senior Center.

    Dearborn Senior Quilting Club

    • The Dearborn Senior Center also hosts a weekly quilting club. This club meets each Thursday for four hours at the Senior Center. It is an opportunity for seniors who already quilt to get together with those equally passionate about the hobby. This club is also for beginners who are interested in learning a new craft.

    Eton Senior Citizen Center Exercise Classes

    • In Dearborn Heights, the Eton Senior Citizen Center offers weekly exercise classes. They are open to anyone age 55 or older. Once a week, usually on Mondays, the senior citizen center offers a chair fitness class to its members. In addition, there is a regular fitness class held on Wednesdays. Also, there often are table tennis tournaments, and a fitness room is open during daytime business hours from Monday through Friday.

    Eton Senior Center Bunco Tournament

    • Twice a month, the Eton Senior Center hosts a Bunco tournament. This occurs on the first and third Monday of each month, and the cost is $3 per person. Advance registration is required. It is open to any senior citizen age 55 or older. In addition to card-playing, there also will be refreshments and prizes for the top winners.

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