Orange Senior Center

Afternoon Fun

We are adding some FUN afternoon activities this summer, so feel free to come out and join us. On Mondays Suzanne will be hosting Arts & Crafts. Wednesday will be game day. We are bringing back the a monthly birthday celebration. We added more movies on Fridays. 

Cut the Cable

The Orange Senior Center hosted a "Cut the Cable Cord" presentation. The power point file is below. 

The Orange Senior Center is committed to promote independence, creativity, sound physical and emotional health, and life-long learning for persons over the age of 55. The center provides opportunities for education, cultural development, socialization, and community services.  Non-residents are welcome to join for an annual fee.

WORD FROM THE SENIOR SERVICES COORDINATOR

The Orange Arts and Culture Council asked me to tell   you about their New Haven Symphony- October 17 Tchaikovsky’s Fifth. There is a Free Bus Service from High Plains Community Center to Woolsey Hall, New  Haven. The bus departs High Plains at 6:45pm. To reserve your spot on the bus call (203) 397-8915.

 

With the colder months coming, it is time to review the   Inclement Weather Policy. Classes are canceled when the Orange School System closes due to weather. If there is a school delay then only those classes during the delay are canceled. WTNH 8 is the official station for weather     cancelations. If you have any questions regarding the   Senior Center Class policy please feel free to contact the Senior Center at (203) 891-4784.

 

Dennis Marsh

Senior Services Coordinator

 



  1. Dennis Marsh

    Senior Services Coordinator
    Phone: 203-891-4789

  2. Laurie Gagne

    Clerical Assistant (A.M.)
    Phone: 203-891-4784

  3. Physical Address
    High Plains Community Center
    525 Orange Center Road
    Orange, CT 06477



Office Hours

Monday through Friday 8:30 – 4:30