Welcome to The Recreational Authority Of Roseville & Eastpointe
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Seniors Overview

The RARE Senior Center has become a hub of activity for the Senior Citizens who reside in Roseville and Eastpointe. The mission of the Senior Center is to provide a comprehensive array of activities and services that promote healthy aging. Our new facility consists of a Multi-purpose Room , Fitness Room, Game Room, Senior Drop-in Room, Computer Room, Senior Center Office and a lobby with a big screen TV and a fireplace. At our Center, we offer an abundance of activities for citizens age 50 and over. There is a wide variety of programs and services which are designed with seniors in mind.
Many of the programs are free or only have a nominal charge and our S.M.A.R.T bus service allows those who no longer drive to join in the fun as well. The Recreation Authority has become the ideal place for Eastpointe and Roseville senior citizens to mix and mingle.
We have daily, weekly, and monthly activities as well as special events and travel opportunities. We are located in the Recreation Authority Center at 18185 Sycamore Street in Roseville. A hot cup of coffee, delicious cookies, and friendly faces are all part of our daily routine. Feel free to stop in Monday – Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. and pick up the monthly newsletter. Some of the programs offered at the Center include:

  • Exercise Classes – Shape-up, Chair Yoga, Tai Chi, Line Dancing, Pickle Ball, and Zumba Gold
  • Fitness Room – only $25.00 per year if you are 55 or older
  • Special Events / Theme Parties
  • Cards – Pinochle, Euchre, Rummy, Skip-Bo and more
  • Travel Opportunities – day and extended trips
  • Ask a Lawyer
  • Fun Bingo
  • Wii Bowling League
  • Red Hat Society
  • Sit N’ Knit / Crochet
  • Coloring for Adults 
  • Food Doctors
  • Computer Room / Computer Tutor
  • Blood Pressure Testing 
  • Morning Walking 
  • Stroke Survivors Support Group
  • Billiards Room 
  • Workshops and Seminars
  • Vetertans Services Counseling
  • Dining Senior Style

SPECIAL EVENTS
The Recreation Authority offers an array of special events and parties for our senior members. Each event is expertly coordinated and designed to cater to the needs and desires of our participants.

Some of our future events include:

  • St. Patrick’s Day Party
  • Pizza, Comedy and Game Night
  • Happy Everything Party
  • Bargain Hunters Paradise / Garage Sale

TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES
Here at the Recreation Authority, we believe seniors should be given every opportunity for adventure and excitement. That’s why we offer regular day trips and travel options for our members. Create new memories with friends and live your life to the fullest.

Some of our future trips include:

  •  Trip to IKEA
  • Niagara Falls Getaway
  • Holland Tulip Time
  • Greektown Casino
  • Jimmy John’s Field
  • Trip to Cleveland
  • Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park Featuring Gerald Ford Museum

SENIOR EXERCISE
Our senior exercise programs are specially designed to respond to the health requirements of those over the age of 50. Seniors will build bone strength and improve muscle function as they learn within an engaging gentle and adaptive fitness environment. 

WII BOWLING LEAGUE
What is Wii Bowling? 
Wii Bowling is part of the Wii Sports video game, played on the Nintendo Wii Gaming System. It is a computer based bowling game with wireless motion sensitive remote controllers. The motion controllers are used in place of a bowling ball and allow participate to simulate actual game play.

This is a great alternative for those who love to bowl but have difficulty managing a heavy bowling ball. Our bowling leagues are very popular and our guests have a great time. Enjoy the friendship and camaraderie of your teammates while experiencing all the fun and exercise of a real life bowling league.

For a complete list of all the dynamic programs offered to seniors, or if you have questions regarding services available, please contact the senior center office at (586) 777-7177.  Monthly newsletters may be picked up at the Center on or after the first of each month.  To receive a copy of the newsletter by mail, there is an annual fee of $6.00, which is payable at the Recreational Authority Senior Office.