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Posted on: March 16, 2020

Senior Center Activities


During this time, it is important for older adults to limit contact with others. This social isolation can be quite lonely.  The Human Services Department may be temporarily closed, but urges seniors to still stay active.  Below are great links to help anyone of all ages to stay mentally and physically active.  As always, you can call the Senior Center for questions.  440-526-4074


S.M.I.L.E.  Stretch Class -  This is a 45-minute Stretch Stress Relief Class.  Grab a chair and wear something comfortable.

S.M.I.L.E. Class #2

S.M.I.L.E. Class #3

The Human Services Department is working with We Thrive Together and other organizations across Northeast Ohio to create some great online programming for anyone who wishes to participate. A variety of programming is being offered, including support groups, bingo, exercise classes, cooking and baking classes, trivia, presentations, and much more. You’ll find a full list of programming on After registering for an event, you’ll receive instructions to join the online program either by telephone or any internet-ready device. To RSVP for any event, email Alyssa - or call (440) 478-5640 | (216) 339-2005.

We Thrive Together (City of Broadview Hts.) – a virtual program designed to reduce social isolation and loneliness of older adults by engaging them in classes, social events and other activities; contact Amy Washabaugh for more information:

IConnect - connect to museums, concerts, classes, community events, and more.

Senior Center Service Modifications

Virtual Museum Tour - Twelve famous museums offer virtual tours you can take on your couch.

AARP currently has links on their website for some fun online games:

Virtual Classroom from the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo: 

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