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People ages 55 and older never have a reason to be bored with the extensive offerings of the Plymouth Senior Program. Trips, clubs, education classes, fitness and arts/crafts are just a few of the courses offered in the Parks & Recreation Guide. These offerings can also be found in the Senior Grapevine, (PDF) a newsletter highlighting senior programs, which is published bi-monthly. The Plymouth Creek Center serves as the main hub for senior programs and activities.
Plymouth offers a variety of transportation services for seniors in the community. These provide convenient access to all events and opportunities offered.
Clubs & Focus Groups
Join with others in clubs and groups (PDF) to meet people with common interests.
Plymouth Pedalers Biking Club
The Plymouth Pedalers Club has two groups; Regular and Lite. The Regular Group rides about 18-25 miles and the Lite Group rides about 8-10 miles. Ride difficulty and trail type information can be found in each ride description on the ride schedule. Helmets are required. The Pedalers Newsletter also provides important information to plan your ride.
A Registration/Waiver Liability Form is required to be on file before you ride. Send form to Plymouth Creek Center, 14800 34th Ave. N., Plymouth, MN 55447.
Plymouth Parks & Recreation offers Senior Outreach Services in collaboration with Senior Community Services and provides assistance with a variety of needs:
- Senior Outreach - by appointment. Call 952-746-4028.
- Caregiver Coaching - by appointment, Call 952-746-4028.
- Caregiver Support Group - meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 10:00 - 11:30 am.
- H.O.M.E. (Household and Outside Maintenance for the Elderly) - Call 952-746-4046.
Tax preparation services are offered February - mid April by AARP. This service is by appointment only. Appointments will be taken after January 1 for the upcoming tax season.