Senior center offers events, lunch and dinner


The following events will take place next week at the Wood County Senior Center.

*Advanced registration required.

To register, call the programs department at 419-353-5661 or 800-367-4935 or email [email protected].

To receive Zoom login info weekly, sign up for the email list by contacting the programs department.


Lunch: Monday, country fried steak or cabbage roll; Tuesday, spaghetti & meatballs or mushroom chicken breast; Wednesday, beef & bean chili or ham and potato soup; Thursday, chicken wings or smoked sausage; Friday, roast beef or pecan crusted tilapia

Dinner: Tuesday, coconut curry chicken; Wednesday, sausage & cheese casserole; Thursday, hot dog

*Dinner reservations must be made by 2 p.m. the day you wish to attend

No person over 60 shall be denied nutrition services because of failure to contribute all or part of the cost. Participants shall determine for themselves what they are able to contribute. A $2 suggested donation is appreciated for home delivered meals. All payments can be mailed to: Wood County Senior Center, 140 S. Grove Street, Bowling Green, OH 43402.



9 a.m. Breakfast Club (meet at Frisch’s 1006 N. Main Street, BG)

10 a.m. Coffee and Coloring facilitated by Wood Haven Health Care

10:30 a.m. Beginner Yoga

11:30 a.m. Get Moving Classic

1 p.m. Sign Language Gathering

1 p.m. T.V. Series: Peaky Blinders Season 1 Episodes 5 & 6

1 p.m. Euchre

2 p.m. Tai Chi Practice

2 p.m. Older Americans Month Concert (Wooster Green) Wood County Senior Center if it rains) sponsored by The Willows of Bowling Green


9 a.m. Brain Training: CBT for the Beginning of the End of Life” Breakfast sponsored by Brookdale of BG

9 a.m. Club F.I.T. free fitness class lead by community PT or OT’s

10:30 a.m. Advanced Yoga

1 p.m. Bingo

1 p.m. Matter of Balance Class*

1 p.m. Hand and Foot

3 p.m. Dominoes

3 p.m. Craft: Poppy Painting Facilitated by Stephanie Kozak, 1018 Travels

4:30 p.m. Physiology and Fitness: Fueling Fitness Great Courses video


9 a.m. Dynamic Balance*

10 a.m. Delay the Disease*

10 a.m. Zoom Virtual Fitness Class SilverSneakers*

11:30 a.m. Guitar Circle*

11:30 a.m. Get Moving Classic

1 p.m. Podiatry Clinic Heel and Toe Podiatry*

1 p.m. Romantic Movie “Sleepless in Seattle” (1993)

1 p.m. Cribbage

1 p.m. Tai Chi Practice*

3 p.m. Acrylic Painting Class: Magical Forest instructed by Jackie Meir*

4:30 p.m. Tai Chi Class*


10 a.m. Watercolor*

11 a.m. Intermediate Yoga

1 p.m. Thursday Theatre: “Roman Holiday” (1953)* hosted by Kris Eridon

1 p.m. Card Bingo facilitated by Bridge Home Health and Hospice

1:30 p.m. Mah Jongg

4:30 p.m. Blooklet an Online Trivia platform Instruction provided*

6 p.m. Acoustic Night


10 a.m. Hand & Foot Card Game

10 a.m. Veterans Coffee Social sponsored by The Willows of Bowling Green

11:30 a.m. Get Moving Classic Class*

11:30 p.m. Lunch and Learn: What is Neurodiversity? Presented by Siva priya Santhanam Ph.D. BGSU

1 p.m. Party Bridge*

1 p.m. How About a Movie? “Man Without a Country” (1955) Facilitated by John Blinn*

1 p.m. Euchre

1 p.m. Zoom Bingo


Wood County Takes a Stand Against Elder Abuse: Join us on June 14 at 10 a.m. at the Wood County Senior Center, 140 South Grove St. June is National Elder Abuse Awareness Month. In recognition, the Wood County Department of Job and Family Services and the Wood County Committee on Aging are partnering to hold a special event. Join us around the flag pole at the Wood County Senior Center to hear the presentation. Attendees are encouraged to wear purple for Elder Abuse Awareness. Light refreshments will be served.

In Wood County there were 315 reports of elder abuse, neglect or exploitation in 2023.

Some indicators of elder abuse may include an older adult appearing fearful, anxious or isolated. There may be physical injuries or it may appear that the person is neglecting his or her personal care. Other indicators might include missing possessions, financial transactions that are out of the ordinary or sudden changes to a will or property title. Risk of abuse can be mitigated by making certain financial, medical, and legal affairs are in order.

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