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4700 Dublin Ave., Midland MI 48642 | 989-633-3700 | Contact Us

4700 Dublin Ave.
Midland MI 48642
989-633-3700
Contact Us

Activity & Dining Centers

About the Activity & Dining Centers

Embrace Your Age!

Senior Services has five Activity & Dining Centers throughout Midland County that offer:

  • Educational Classes
  • Fitness Opportunities
  • Activities
  • Special Events
  • Meals
  • Friendship
  • Musical Entertainment
  • Special Interest Clubs
  • Group Outings
  • And much more!

Every one of our centers is filled with seniors looking for great food, great friends and social engagement.

Book a Tour

Learn more about our services and opportunities! This tour is for people new to Senior Services, call 989-633-3700 to schedule.

Learn More About Senior Services

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Activity & Dining Center Locations

989-465-6216

415 E. Webster Rd. in Coleman, MI 48618

Center Hours:
M-F 9 am-3 pm
Lunch at 11:30 am
Make a Lunch Reservation

989-832-8683

4011 West Isabella Rd. in Shepherd, MI 48883

Located at West Midland Family Center

Center Hours:
M-W-F 8:30 am-1:30 pm
Lunch at 11:30 am
Make a Lunch Reservation

Call 989-282-1622

2601 E Shearer Rd. in Midland, MI  48642

Located at Greater Midland North Family Center

Center Hours:
T-W-F 9 am-2 pm
Lunch at 11:30 am
Make a Lunch Reservation

989-687-7888

3243 N. West River Rd, Sanford, MI 48657

Center Hours:
M-F 8 am-3 pm
Lunch at 11:30 am
Make a Lunch Reservation

989-633-3790

4700 Dublin Ave, Midland, MI  48642

Located in the Senior Services Main Building

Center Hours:
M-TH 8 am-5 pm* | F 8 am-4 pm*
Lunch at 11:30 am
*After 2 pm, the entrance doors to the Activity & Dining Center will be locked. If you arrive after this time, please use the main building entrance instead.
Make a Lunch Reservation

Lunch Reservations: Please call to make a reservation by 9 am the day of, at the Center you are planning to attend. Please call if you need to make a cancellation. Reservations and cancellations allow us to best accommodate all meal requests.

For those 60 years and over, the cost of meals are based on donation. For those under 60, meals cost $7.00 a person. The cost of meals is the same at each Activity Center.

Menus subject to change without notice.

What Our Centers Have in Common

  • Delicious meals perfect for your health and your taste Meals are nutritiously planned, beautifully prepared and budget friendly.

  • Places to make new friends and meet up with old friends.

  • Opportunities to learn new skills and information, or share skills you already have.

  • Entertainment

  • Games

  • Special Events

  • Tailored to YOUR needs, wants, tastes and interests!
  • Each month all the Activity Centers share two special events that include holidays, seasonal parties and unique meals are served on these days and themed activities are planned.

Week-at-a-Glance

Activity & Dining Center Amenities

Each Center offers an array of supplementary features for your convenience and enjoyment:

  1. Trailside Center: Situated at 4700 Dublin Ave. in Midland and adjacent to the Pere Marquette Rail Trail spanning 30 miles between Midland and Clare, Michigan. Discover the opportunity to reserve a three-wheeled bike for 4-hour intervals once daily, perfect for exploring the scenic rail trail. Thanks to the Charles J. Strosacker Foundation, Friends of the Rail-Trail, and The Great Lakes Bay Invitational, Trailside Center also features an accessible pavilion, available at no cost. On top of that, a fully equipped fitness room is accessible on-site, requiring a yearly membership at a nominal fee.

     

  2. Sanford Center: Located at 3243 N. West River Rd. in Sanford. Nestled behind the center, Sanford offers outdoor exercise equipment and a paved 2/3 mile walking trail. Adjacent to the Sanford Center parking lot, you’ll find the Jerome Township Pickleball/Tennis Courts. Additionally, Sanford houses a fitness room that can be accessed with an economical yearly membership.

     

  3. Coleman Center: Conveniently situated at 415 E. Webster St. in downtown Coleman, this center is connected to the Pere Marquette Senior Estates. Residents of the Estates can enjoy easy indoor access to freshly prepared lunches and engaging activities via an enclosed hallway that shields them from adverse weather conditions.

     

  4. Greendale and Mills Centers: These centers are housed within local community facilities, namely the West Midland Family Center (4011 W. Isabella Rd. in Shepherd) and the Greater Midland North Family Center (2601 E. Shearer Rd. in Midland). At Greendale, you’ll find added benefits including public computer stations in the lobby, a bowling alley, a gym with a climbing wall, an outdoor pool, and a fitness room. Similarly, Mills Center offers a fitness room and outdoor walking trails to diversify your exercise options.

Embrace these enhanced amenities across our Centers to elevate your experience and engagement.

 

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Meet the Team

Danielle Maguire, RD
Nutrition Program Director
Kelsey Cline
Center Services Manager

Vera Haller
Trailside Activity & Dining Site Manager
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Myra Post
Greendale Activity & Dining Site Manager
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Dawn Powell
Sanford Activity & Dining Site Manager
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Natalie Tucker
Mills Activity & Dining Site Manager
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Tracey Wright
Coleman Activity & Dining Site Manager
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