The Meridian Senior Center is currently having a limited opening at the Senior Center. Due to CDC, Central District Health and state restrictions, we are limited to 50 people in the dining room at one time. This includes staff and volunteers.
The following are the activities we will start offering:
For all activities the following is required, masks or shields must be worn at all times and temperatures will be taken. There is NO FOOD OR DRINK allowed, other than a commercial bottled water allowed for all activities!
We are also trying to put together some bus excursions (trips) but it's been difficult to work out the details so far. Stay tuned...
Please keep in mind that we are no safer than months ago, but we want to give you all the opportunity to make a choice. Understanding the risks involved, you may make the choice to participate or not. The Center's custodial service is cleaning and sanitizing following the Health Department's instructions. The Center's staff will make every attempt to see that all guidelines are adhered to and will rely on the cooperation of all participants. If you are not feeling well or have traveled away from home or have been exposed to a person who has tested positive for COVID 19 or any flu or cold like symptoms, please stay home for the time recommended (14 days) by the CDC or your medical professional.
All guests are expected to properly wear their mask and/or shield the entire time they are in attendance at the Center. Keep your hands away from your face, maintain a 6' distance and wash your hands for 20 seconds after using the facilities.
Let common sense and caring about others prevail and be safe!
Senior Grocery Shopping Hours (Albertsons)
Help Us Help Our Neighbors
To help ensure that the most at-risk members of our community who must leave home to obtain groceries are taken care of, we are reserving 7 am to 9 am on Tuesdays and Thursdays for them.
During those times we ask that you avoid shopping so that the stores can be available for senior citizens, and other at-risk members of our community such as pregnant women or those with compromised immune systems.
We appreciate your patience and support as you help us with this temporary request to ensure our neighbors' needs are met.
Fred Meyer: Store Hours For Seniors
Monday-Thursday, we are reserving the first hour of shopping time, from 7-8 am, for senior citizens (ages 60 and above) and other at-risk customers, as defined by the CDC.
Welcome to Center At The Park! We’re excited you found us and eagerly wait to meet you at the new center!
As part of the Meridian community for more than 50 years, the members own and operate the center as a non-profit organization. As an individual non-profit organization, we have no ties with the City of Meridian, nor do they govern or dictate our activities in any way. We are governed by a Board of Directors nominated by fellow center members who strictly serve as volunteers in their positions.Read More
Center at the Park is located in the heart of Julius Kleiner Memorial Park, behind The Village at Eagle Road and Fairview Road in Meridian. Our address is 1920 N. Records Way, Meridian, Id 83646. Tour Availability by contacting Lisa Hansen at 908-7540...Learn More