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Here are some great ideas for residents 55-plus, but be sure to check out the rest of BeLocal for information regarding bowling, metro parks, theater, church organizations, volunteer opportunities and more that are offered to all ages! (Printed brochures of local senior activities
AARP Foundation Senior Community Service Employment Program
Assists unemployed workers 55-plus with securing employment. The program offers paid work experience, specialized training, upgrading of skills and job search assistance.
Promotes independence, community involvement and health consciousness in the 55-plus community. The center hosts a variety of activities along with trips to restaurants, theaters and shopping destinations. Essential services for home-delivered meals, housekeeping, transportation and emergency response systems are also available.
4330 Dudley Ave., Grove City
Meals on Wheels
Prairie Township Community Center
Offers youth and adult programming, including fitness classes, swimming lessons, sports leagues, cooking classes and art activities. Silver Sneakers, Prime, Silver & Fit and Optum memberships are accepted.
5955 W. Broad St., Columbus
Cornhole, pickleball, softball, volleyball and more.
Grove City Parks & Recreation
YMCA Active Older Adults programs
The Y is a place for people of all abilities and skill levels, which includes adults 55-plus. The benefits of staying active are wide-ranging: Group fitness helps seniors stay socially connected, improve mental capacity, increase strength and mobility, and bounce back faster after illness or injury.
Grove City YMCA
3600 Discovery Drive, Grove City
Vaughn E. Hairston YMCA
3500 First Ave., Urbancrest