Welcome to the Ehrnfelt Senior Center
Masks are required in the Senior Center. At this time, you must be a member to attend. As you enter, your temperature will be taken and you'll be asked screening questions. Social distancing and other safety measures are in place inside the facility.
New hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Memberships will be extended six months due to the closure. Programs and activities are being phased back in this fall.
Breakfast is now available Monday through Friday from 8 -10 a.m. Enter through the Rec Center for breakfast.
Starting Oct. 1, carrryout lunches will be available. Call (440) 580-3268 to order and pre-pay.
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 April menu
. Click here for the May 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 May 3
Click here for the soup list for the week of May 10
Click here for the April 2021 activities calendar
Click here for the May 2021 activities calendar
Click here for a special edition May Senior Center newsletter
Strongsville Low Vision Support Group
Tuesday, May 25, 2021
1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Meeting by telephone conference
We hope you can join us for our May Low Vision Support Group meeting on May 25 either in person at the Senior Center or via teleconference. We will be discussing how you can determine how well you are adapting to vision loss. Adaptability involves learning ways to deal with inevitable issues related to vision loss that impact the most important facets of everyday life. Actively controlling these issues can reduce challenges to manageable levels. Although you had little choice when it came to vision loss, you do have choices when it comes to how you deal with it. This is called adaptability: your ability and willingness to change how you live your life.
To join the call:
Dial (701) 802-5235
Enter the following access code when prompted: 6529635
To join in person:
Call the Senior Center at 440-580-3275 to register (Must be a current member)
For details on how to call in to the teleconference contact email@example.com or call the Strongsville Senior Center. If you have difficulty dialing the phone due to vision loss, we can arrange to call you and connect you to the meeting.
Click here for the April - May Rec Center program brochure
Click here for the June - August Rec Center program brochure
May 12: Member registration begins
May 19: Strongsville resident registration begins
May 21: Open & on-line registration begins
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.