Leo Mahany / Harold Meininger Senior Community Center
The City of Royal Oak has a beautiful community center where older adults aged 50 and better can enjoy opportunities for lifelong education, fitness, nutrition and leisure activities. In addition, supportive services that promote independence and quality of life are available for residents who are 60 and over or permanently disabled.
Support and assistance - Aphasia group, grief support, P.A.L., Legal Consultations, A.G.E., R.O.S.E.S. program and more
Fitness - Tai Chi, Chair Exercise, Gentle Yoga and more
Hobbies - Mini Makers, Creative Coloring, Sewing, Knitting/Crocheting and more
Games - Mah Jongg, Rubber Bridge, Pinochle and more
Informative - Lunch and Learns
Daily weekday meals are available through Tim's Kitchen
Transportation for Seniors or Adults with Permanent Disabilities is available
Room rental is available for your special events
Check out our Senior Times Newsletter to see information on all of our current activities or call the center. Some require registration and payment but many are free or very low cost for participants.
(North of 13 Mile Road, just south of Lexington Boulevard, East of Crooks Road)
Hours: Monday - Friday 9 am - 4:30 pm
The Jack and Patti Salter Community Center, located at 1545 E Lincoln Avenue, also offers enjoyable classes for mature adults. A list of activities at this center can be found in the Insight Magazine, a quarterly newsletter that is delivered to every address in Royal Oak.
The Leo Mahany/Harold Meininger Senior Community Center now offers FREE PUBLIC WI-FI for use on your personal device(s), no password is required, just simply connect your device.