Based upon the information available and actions being taken around us relating to COVID-19, Town Manager John Mehr has announced the closing the Rocky Hill Senior Center effective this Monday, March 16, thereby cancelling all programs and activities as well as the lunch program. The mini bus program will continue provide service for doctors' appointments, banking, and grocery store shopping. The food pantry will keep its regular hours for those that use this service. Click here to read the complete official statement.
The Rocky Hill Senior Center has been a leading establishment in the greater Hartford County the past 40 years. The center is run by the Elderly Services Coordinator who, along with the Human Services director and other staff, develops comprehensive programs of social, recreation and educational activities for adults 50 and over.
The center offers a variety of innovative and progressive programs and activities to fit the needs of our ever growing and changing population.
With nutrition, health, finance and recreational programs, fitness activities, Wii Bowling, Mahjong, Bridge and Setback groups, informational seminars, Bocce Ball, Shuffleboard, computer lab, day trips, special events and programs specifically designed for the next generation - Baby Boomers; the Rocky Hill Senior Center has a cutting edge reputation.
Our mission is to promote well-being and enhance the quality of life for older adults of Rocky Hill, and to advocate for the services that will encourage independence and continue participation in the community.
Town of Rocky Hill
699 Old Main St.
Rocky Hill, CT
Melissa Hicks, Director of Human, Youth and Senior Services
Denise Sanderson, Elderly Services Coordinator / Municipal Agent for the Elderly
|HOURS:||Monday - Friday|
|8:30am - 4:30pm|