Fuel Assistance – Fuel Assistance applications are now available. For more information and to make an appointment call Fran Padula at508-384-5425.
Reassurance Program – Would you like to receive a friendly telephone call every morning? Monday – Sunday around 9:00am? Please call the center and speak with Fran Padula
Food Assistance Benefits – To obtain information about SNAP (food stamps) benefits and an application, call the Department of Transitional Assistance SNAP Benefits Hotline, 1-800-645-8333. A counselor will help you fill out the application, and will stay in touch with you to ensure you receive any benefits to which you may be entitled. If you have any questions or would like an application, call Outreach Worker Fran Padula at 508-384-5425 for more information.
The Circuit Breaker Tax Credit. Wednesday, February 1 at 12:30 p.m. State Senator Richard Ross and Brian Lynch, from the MA Department of Revenue, will be at the SeniorCenter to talk about the Circuit Breaker Tax Credit. The Circuit Breaker is a property tax credit that was designed by the Legislature with the hope of alleviating some of the burdens property taxes can create. It’s called the Circuit Breaker Tax Credit, because it is “triggered,” like an electrical circuit breaker when property payments exceed 10% of asenior citizen’s annual income. Senator Ross and Mr. Lynch will discuss how to determine if you are eligible for this tax credit and how to claim it if you are determined eligible. The tax credit can be claimed up to three years previous to this tax year.
Aerobic Exercise Class – Monday at 9:30, Wednesday at 10:00 Cost $2.00 YMCA Instructor
Sit & Stretch Class – Monday and Wednesday at 11:00. Cost is $2 Video shown on Friday at 11:00 is free.
Cribbage – Tuesday at 9:00 am $1
Grocery Shopping – Friday at 10:15. Call center to sign up.
Ceramics – Every Thursday from 1:00 – 3:00 pm. Cost $3
Line Dancing – Tuesday from 1:00 – 2:30. Cost $3
Painting Class – Tuesday from 9:30 – 11:30. Cost $3
Errands – First Tuesday of each month.
Target – Second and fourth Tuesday at 10:30 am, Van driver will pick you up at your home for one hour of shopping.
Evening Exercise Class – Tuesday at 6pm and Thursday at 5:45pm. 45 minute high impact aerobics class, zoomba-like exercise, strength training, ab floor work and yoga stretching. Cost is $2, payable at the class. Please bring a floor mat and weights. (we can provide some weights).
Blood Pressure Clinic – Third Wednesday of each month.
Chair Massage – Second Friday of each month. Call for appointment.
Financial Advisor – Second Monday of each month. Call for appointment.
Wrentham’s Veterans Agent – Ken Oles, will be at the senior centeron Monday’s from 1pm to 3:00pm and Tuesday’s at 5:00pm to 8:00. Call the center if you would like to meet with Ken.
SHINE – Our SHINE Counselor will be at the Center on Fridays from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Please call if you would like to make an appointment to meet with her. If you need assistance other than the times she is here, please call the HESSCO SHINE office at 1-800-462-5221
Knitting & Crocheting – On Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. Join us as we get together to knit/crochet scarves, hats and mittens for the school children and afghans for the Pine St. Inn.
Office Hours with State Senator Richard Ross, or his representative, will be at the senior center on the first Tuesday of each month at 12 noon for a private discussion. No appointment necessary.
Foxwoods – Once a month. Call Center for date at 508-384-5425 Wrentham Seniors $13, Non Wrentham Seniors $23.
A list of all trips are posted at the Wrentham Senior Center, or on cable Channel 22.
Wrentham Senior Center is located at 400 Taunton St. 508-384-5425