Monthly Newsletter and Events Calendar
Click here to view all Senior Center monthly newsletters, which include meal and activity schedules. Choose which of the past 12-month newsletters you would like to view under “recent publications”, and print if needed. Pages 8 through 11 of each newsletter contain the meal menu’s and activity calendars for both the Cedar and Parowan locations. For more information, call the senior center at (435) 586-0832.
The Cedar City Senior Center has a variety of activities. No matter where you live you are welcome to attend. Some of these activities include:
- Ceramics taught by Heidi
- Painting and water color
- Arthritis exercise class taught by Lena
- Kick Stick exercise class
- Yoga class taught by Sara
- Tai Chi class
- Relax with a message from Zion’s Way Hospice
- See what your blood pressure is by Horizon Home Health Care
- Play Bingo and win prizes
- Quilters Guild Meetings
- You can always shoot a round of pool on our pool table
- Lots of puzzles, word games, and books are available at the center
- Hey Cedar Square Dancers class
- Computer Circuit class
- Bridge card playing
- Pinochle card playing
- Learn how to play the piano or music keyboard
- AARP Driving Class to refresh your driving skills, and get a discount on your insurance!
- Daughters of Utah Pioneers (DUP) meet each month
The Cedar City Senior Center provides a delicious “home cooked” lunch meal by a professional staff of cooks. Their goal is to provide the most nutritious and delicious meal as possible. The meals meet all the governmental regulations for nutrition, dietary and sanitation conditions.
The Cedar City Senior Center lunch meal is served on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday. Refer to the Cedar flyer for the daily menu listing. The center begins serving promptly at 12:15 P.M. Music, entertainment, or presentations are often performed during lunch.
Reservations are required by calling the center before 9:30 A.M. This allows the cooks to know how many meals they need to prepare. There is a suggested donation cost of $3.00 per meal for those 60 years of age and older. Those under 60 years of age must pay a charge of $7.00 per meal.
Senior Shuttle Bus
Lunch and shopping in Cedar City
If you do not drive a need at ride to Walmart, other shopping, doctor’s
appointment, or to the bank, etc. the shuttle can take you on Wednesday afternoon. The driver will pick you up in the morning around 10:30 – 11:30 A.M. and bring you to the center for lunch, then afterward take you to your destination, and then home.
Lunch at the Cedar Center
On Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday the bus can pick you up at your home around 10-30 – 11:30 A.M. and bring you to the Center for lunch at 12:15 P.M. On Tuesday the shuttle will have you there in time to play Bingo before lunch. On Wednesday after lunch is “shopping day” and the shuttle will take you home after the shopping, which is around 3:00 – 4:00 P.M. On Fridays, you would stay after lunch for Bingo and then the driver will take you home around 2:00 P.M. There is a suggested donation of $3.00 round trip per person 60 years and older and cost of $7.00 for those that are under 60 years old.
Please note: There are some restrictions associated with the Senior Bus, such as where you live, health ability to ride on the bus, etc.
Meals On Wheels
Meals on Wheels is available for senior citizens 60 years of age or older. Customers must meet the qualification to be “home bound”, meaning they are unable to transport themselves, or unable to have someone else transport them (senior bus, friends, relatives, etc.) to the Senior Center where lunch is available.
Lunch meals are delivered in the Cedar City area on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. Delivery time is anytime between 11:00 A.M and 1:00 P.M. There is a suggested donation cost of $3.00 per meal.
The meals are delivered in 3 sections: a sealed food tray with cold items, such as salads, desserts, etc. and a hot food tray with the main course, vegetables, etc. and drink, which is choice of milk or juice. Refer to the monthly menu calendar. The meals are “home cooked” by a staff of cooks in the Senior Center kitchens. Meals are inspected regularly for nutrition qualifications, dietary specifications, sanitation and other local and governmental regulations. They are fresh and delicious.