The City of Rogers welcomes all seniors and invites them to become an active part of the larger community.
Wednesday, September 1010 am - 1 pm at the Rogers Community RoomFree
Mark Your Calendars! The second annual Rogers Senior Fair is coming up!
This is a wonderful one stop shop for older adults to browse all of the products and services available to them in the community!There will be refreshments, four educational presentations, several door prizes, freebies handed out by vendors, and lunch will be served for $4 from 11:30 - 12:30 pm. See you there!
Monday, August 25, 9:30 am - 2:30 pm, $5
Enjoy exotic plants and beautiful displays in their various gardens, explore several unique programs they have to offer throughout the day, stroll through the numerous animal exhibits, and make sure to invite any young children in your life to join you on this fun-filled day! Bus transportation is provided and departs the Rogers Community Room at 9:30 am and returns at 2:30 pm. Lunch is on your own at the café or bring a bagged lunch . Call Liz at 763-428-0939 to reserve your spot by August 15.
August 14, 10:30 am - 4 pm, $20
Visit the infamous Val's burger shack in St. Cloud, explore the beautiful Munsinger Gardens and head to a musical comedy "Don't Hug Me" at the historic Paramount Theatre! Depart the Rogers Community Room at 10:30 am on the bus, grab Val's burgers and milkshakes to enjoy at the picnic area at Munsinger Gardens (or bring your own lunch), spend an hour at Munsinger enjoying the flowers and mighty Mississippi River, and head to the Paramount Theatre for "Don't Hug me", a musical comedy Minnesota love story, starting at 1:30 pm.Call Liz at 428-0939 by July 14 to make a reservation. Cost for this trip is $20, lunch is on your own.
July 29, 1 pm, Community Room, Free
Join others who enjoy this classic game with relaxed gaming or join the tournament bracket to win fun prizes. All experience levels are welcome! Call Liz at 428-0939 with questions.
Make sure to visit the Seniors booth on July 16 and August 20!
The market runs every Wednesday from 3:00-6:30 p.m. until October 8 at the new downtown Rogers parking lot near the new Veterans Memorial and the Triangle Park Community Garden. The address is 12724 Main Street, Rogers, MN 55374.
Monday, July 21
9 am - 2:30 p.m.
Explore the history of Minneapolis by touring the Mill City Museum, once the world's largest flour mill in 1880. You will have the opportunity to discover the people and industries that built Minneapolis, transformed a region and influenced our world. After our two hour visit at the museum, we will board the Minneapolis Queen for a leisure cruise down the Mississippi River. As we experience the history of beautiful downtown Minneapolis from the water, we will be treated to a delectable buffet of sandwiches, salad, chips, and desserts. The bus will depart from the Rogers Community Room at 9 am and return at 2:30 pm. To make your reservation, please contact Liz at 763-428-0939 by July 7.
Join us on the first Sunday of every month for Jammers at the Rogers Community Room (21201 Memorial Drive). Live music begins at 1 pm and potluck at 4 pm. Bring a food item to contribute to the potluck and enjoy the free entertainment.
As a fundraiser for the Rogers Seniors and Veterans Memorial, we collected and compiled over 150 favorite recipes from community members around Rogers. The finished cookbooks will be up for sale during the Farmers Market (July 16 and Aug. 20) and senior dining (Tues-Thurs every week).If you have questions or need more information to purchase a book please email
Be the first to know about new Rogers senior events and receive updates via email! Visit www.notify.cityofrogers.org and select "Senior Announcements" to subscribe to our new email list. For questions, call Liz at 763-428-0939.
Our senior dining program support elders by improving their quality of life with nourishment of both body and mind. Two extremely important components of older adults maintaining their independence are social interaction and adequate nutrition.
Often meal planning and preparation become too burdensome to accomplish and the lack of adequate nutrition compromises an elder's health. Community dining settings can provide a welcoming atmosphere to share friendship as well as a well-balanced meal.
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