The Senior Adult Program is located in the Parkview Room of Summit on the Park Community Center.
Please check the board in the Senior
Center for any bookings that may
change these times
Senior Center Closing Information
Whenever the local school districts close due to inclement weather, Senior classes, programs and shuttle service will also be closed.
- New Year's Eve and Day
- Good Friday
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- Veteran's Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- Christmas Eve and Day
- During the Summit's Annual Maintenance shut down.
Residents 55 and older are served by a variety of social, enrichment and service-based programs, classes and special events, as well as extensive information and referral services.
The Senior Center has a large screen TV, two pool tables, a computer center, comfortable seating areas, bookcases and tables and chairs suitable for playing cards, creating crafts or simply to read the newspaper.
Membership to the Summit is not a requirement for participation. Use of the Summit and aquatic facilities are available by purchasing a Summit membership, or by paying a daily visit fee.
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Questions? Please call 734/394-5360 or email Kristie Smith.
Served each day, Monday-Friday at 11:30 a.m. in the Oak Room. Advance 24-hour reservations are necessary.
There is no charge for lunch for individuals age 60 or older, however, a suggested donation of $2.25 is accepted. Lunch cost for individuals less than age 60 is $5.00.
The Canton Police Department will be happy
to email you important information regarding telephone solicitation, scams in the area, etc. If you would like to be added to this list, please stop by the Senior Desk, and provide them with your e-mail address.
Wayne County Senior Cell Phone
Cell Phones provided by the Wayne County Sheriff Department. The phones are used, come with a charger and are only to access 911, which will connect the caller to the Michigan State Police.
Cellular Recycler Program
Cell phones are being collected and recycled as both a fundraiser and an enviornmental project. Drop yours off at the Senior Adult Program desk in the Parkview Room from 9am - 5pm.