Senior Activities

Wooster Community Center Fitness Center
Age 50+ Fitness Center
Open Monday - Friday from 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

The following activities for people 50+ many of which are free of charge and are held at the Community Center. The regular participants would like to invite anyone interested to join them for these exciting activities. If you would like to get out and meet great people, enjoy an old favorite or learn a new hobby, drop in and check these out!

Senior Activities
Senior Hiking Program
Senior Hike
HIKES WILL RESUME April 5th, 2024

Adults ages 50 and older join us for hiking at Wooster Memorial Park On Fridays at 1:00pm! Hikes will begin at Wooster Memorial Park (5197 Silver Rd.) at various entrances (see list and map below.)

Be sure to wear comfortable shoes, bring a water bottle and mosquito spray is recommended. The hike begins promptly at 1pm so please plan on being early so that you don't get left behind.

We ask that you pre-register so we know how many people to expect and we do not leave anyone behind. To pre-register up until the day of the walk, ask questions or for more information please call 330-263-5207.

Wooster Memorial Park Entrance Map
Senior Stroll

Seniors ages 50 & older, join us for a stroll on the paved path at Kinney Trail. Meet at the parking lot to the right at 2534 Burbank Rd.  Please bring a water bottle & wear comfortable shoes. Participation is free, but we ask that you pre-register so we know how many people to expect. Call (330) 263-5207 to register or if you have any questions.

50+ Aquaerobics
50+ Aquaerobics Wooster Recreation

Water exercise is a great way to get the benefits of a fitness workout without the sweat and usual injury risks. It reduces the burden on stress-bearing joints and muscles making it less likely to cause injury or muscle soreness. Water exercise burns calories, builds cardio endurance; and increases muscle strength, flexibility and lung capacity. The movement of water against and over the body results in both massage and relaxation providing a calming effect. It's also more discreet than other forms of exercise because it's performed under water! So why wait--take the plunge! (This co-rec class is held in shallow water. Sandals or water shoes are suggested for locker rooms.)


Registration will open April 15th!

Meals On Wheels
Meals On Wheels

Meals on Wheels delivers nutritious, freshly made meals right to your doorstep. The service is an ideal choice for seniors, people with disabilities, and individuals recently released from the hospital.

Meals on Wheels is located in our building, The Wooster Community Center- 241 S. Bever St. Wooster

How to Get Started

Getting nutritious, delicious Meals on Wheels is easy! Simply contact us at 330-515-5605 or to let us know you are interested. Or, fill out this online form.

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What are the hours at the Community Center?

Monday thru Friday, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM. We are closed every Saturday, Sunday and major holidays.

What methods of payment do you accept?
Community Center

Cash, Check, Credit Card & Money Order

Directions to the Wooster Community Center.
Do you need to purchase a membership to the Wooster Community Center in order to participate in its activities and events?

There are no memberships to the Wooster Community Center. You pay for what you would like to do. Some activities are free to those who are 50 and older. Please see our brochure for details.

How do I purchase a Fitness Room Membership?

The Fitness Room is for adults 50 and older. Before purchasing a membership, one must sign up for a fitness room orientation. After the orientation, one may purchase a monthly or yearly membership.

Resident - $12 month or $75 year

Non-Resident - $14 month or $85 year

How old do you have to be to participate in the Older Adult activities?

50 and up