Senior Center

Welcome to the Ehrnfelt Senior Center

As of June 2, you will notice many welcome changes at the Senior Center: 

  1. No more temperature checks
  2. One-way traffic in and out of the entrance will remain in effect
  3. Mask wearing will be at the customer’s discretion
  4. No more social distancing
  5. If you are not a member of the senior center you will be required to pay a drop-in fee for any class you with to take
  6. Breakfasts are available for in-person eating or take-out
  7. Lunches will only be available by the take-out option (call the day prior to order a lunch)

Join Us

We offer a wide variety of programs and activities for adults 50 and older. Stop by the front desk, 18100 Royalton Rd., or call (440) 580-3275 for information about joining the Senior Center.



Monday - Friday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 


Hot lunches for carryout arre available Monday through Friday at the Senior Center.. Order by noon the day before by calling (440) 580-3268  and pick up between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. You can order multiple days' meals at the same time.  Please click here for the September menu.
ALSO: You can order a 32-ounce container of fresh, homemade soup each weekday by ordering at (440) 580-3268 by noon the previous day. 
Click here for the soup list for the week of Sept. 13
Click here for the soup list for the week of Sept. 20


Click here for the August 2021 activities calendar
Click here for the September 2021 activities calendar


Click here for the July Silver Pen newsletter
Click here for the August Silver Pen newsletter

Strongsville Low Vision Support Group

Our monthly meetings are a combination of an in-person meeting  and a telephone conference call.  Each participant can select whether to attend in person at the Senior Center or to connect to the meeting by phone. 
To participate by telephone conference:
Dial: 701-802-5235
Enter Access Code (when prompted):  6529635
To Participate in Person
Preregister by calling the senior center, 440-580-3275.  There is no charge.
July Meeting
Date: Tuesday, July 20
Time: 1:00 to 2:30 p.m.
Topic: Travel Without Trouble (In Spite of Low Vision)
Now that our world is opening up a bit, let’s talk about getting out and around. Whether that means a trip to the local shopping center or a journey across the country, it might be helpful to share some tips about ways we can travel safely and comfortably. These suggestions come from a wide variety of sources, from experts in the field to experienced blind and low vision travelers themselves.
August Meeting
We will have in-person guests at our August 24 meeting. The Outreach Team from the Cleveland Sight Center will join us on August 24  at 1:00 p.m. at the Ehrnfelt Senior Center.  They  will present valuable information for anyone who is coping with low vision or has a family member dealing with vision loss.  They will provide tips, tools, and techniques for continuing daily activities with low vision and will bring along a variety of hands-on tools that you can explore.  They will provide information about living and thriving with low vision, about the Cleveland Sight Center’s services, and  about the next step to take after a vision loss diagnosis.

Program Brochure

Click here for the June - August Rec Center program brochure 
Click here for the September - October Rec Center program brochure

Member registration begins Wednesday, 8/4
Resident registration begins Wednesday, 8/11
Open/On-line registration begins Friday, 8/13


Become a Silver Mustang! Cost is $20 a year for Strongsville residents or $30 a year for a resident couple. For non-residents, cost is $45 a year for an individual or $60 a year for a couple. Must be 50 or older.
Silver Mustang members receive the Silver Pen newsletter mailed monthly, free lunch the month of your birthday, invitations to the corn roast and cookie party, special member rates, priority member registration, discount admission coupons and three free daily recreation passes. Click here for a printable membership application. 

Residential Lock Box Program


The Strongsville Fire Department participates in a voluntary lock box program that allows emergency responders to access your house if you can't get to the door. Once you purchase a lock box, firefighters will help you mount it, set a code and gather your pertinent information to keep on file with the city's 911 dispatch center. For more information, click here