55+ Adult Activities
The Steeple Center has re-opened its doors for limited programming with an abundance of safety precautions in place. We are not open for drop in visits at this time, but rather only to those attending scheduled programs (please see the calendar in the News from the Steeple Center newsletter). Anyone wishing to attend a program/activity must sign up in advance. Please review our Safety Procedures for Senior Programs here. IMPORTANT NOTE! All scheduled programs and activities as well as these procedures are subject to change. As more guidelines from the Minnesota Department of Health are released, we may need to adjust our plans based on those. Please check back regularly for updates.
Rosemount Parks and Recreation along with the Rosemount Area Seniors organization offers various programs, events, and trips for those who are 55 years and older. The recently completed addition to the Steeple Center is the new home to the Rosemount Area Seniors and all senior programming! The lobby area features a beautiful fireplace, gorgeous windows, café-style seating and is open to the public (Mondays-Fridays 8:00am -4:30pm, evenings and weekends based on events and activities). It is a great place to stop in for a cup of coffee, to catch up with friends, and meet new people. There is also a fully stocked game cabinet with a wide variety of card, dice, and board games, as well as adult coloring supplies, all available for use by the public! While at the Steeple Center, stop in Room 100, where the majority of the Rosemount Area Seniors' card games take place. Other programs and events will be regularly scheduled in this and other multi-purpose rooms in the facility, so check often for new and exciting opportunities!
A complete listing of programs, events and trips with full descriptions can be found in the monthly News from the Steeple Center and the Parks and Recreation Activities and Information Brochure. Please also see the menu on the left for more detailed information on Social Activities and Outings, Upcoming Programs, Events and Trips, as well as classes and events hosted by the Rosemount Area Arts Council (RAAC).
New Groups or Programs?
Anyone interested in starting a new card, game or discussion group, or perhaps a club? Do you have a talent or hobby you wish to share with others? We are looking to expand our programming offerings and would love to hear from you. Contact Stephanie Baumann, Recreation Coordinator at 651-322-6016 or firstname.lastname@example.org