Luncheons & Holiday Parties

Programs follow the noon meal unless otherwise noted. Some programs have an activity fee. Larger parties and events require advance tickets. See individual programs for more details. All lunches must be preordered by 9:30AM the day before by calling 248-370-9353. Lunch: Seniors 60+ $3.00 /under 60 $5.00.

Pre-Ticket Sales
Tickets will be available for purchase up to three months in advance of designated large parties at the Community Center. Ticket sales will close 12 business days before the event. Refunds in the form of an in-house credit will only be issued up to one week prior to the event. No day-of ticket sales. 

Birthday & Anniversary Celebration
On the 2nd Monday of the month, we honor those who are having a birthday or anniversary that month. Honorees receive a complimentary meal and gift. Must be pre-registered to take advantage of this fun celebration. Please call by the first Monday of the month to register. 

END OF SUMMER LUAU  
We had so much fun celebrating under our tent, we decided to do it again! Join us for this BYOC (Bring Your Own Chair) outdoor event behind the Auburn Hills Community Center. Let’s celebrate the end of summer with this fan-favorite party! 
Ticket deadline 8/13/21.
Date:   Friday, 8/27/21
Time:   12:00PM 
Fee:  $5.00


FIRE EXTINGUISHER TRAINING & ET WITH THE AUBURN HILLS FIRE DEPARTMENT
Key personnel from Auburn Hills Fire Department will be going over a new program known as ET3 and fire extinguisher training. What is ET3?  Join us to find out. Every participant will receive a fire safety bundle filled with helpful resources, a File of Life magnet, and FD items. Please join us for this great event!
Date:   Friday, 9/10/21
Time:   12:30pm

SEPTEMBER HARVEST PARTY
Michigan gardens are abundant with fresh fruit and vegetables in the fall.  Let’s celebrate the bounty of our gardens and groves with lunch and entertainment. Entertainment by 
Ticket deadline 9/17/2021
Date:   Friday, 9/24/21
Time:   11:30 AM
Fee:     $5.00

AQUACULTURE WITH CAMERON “THE EXPLORER”
Dive into the world of aquaculture - the practice of rearing aquatic animals and cultivating aquatic plants for food! Join Cameron Kniffen and learn about the positive environmental, economic, and health benefits of eating like a fish!
Date:   Wednesday, 9/22/12
Time: 12:30pm

BUTTONS AND MORE BUTTONS – HISTORY OF BUTTONS
In this program, Dianne Chmidling will share beautiful vintage and antique buttons with you, from creative works of art by modern studio button artists, back through historical decades of the 1900s then the 1800s and even buttons from the 1700s.  She will share some of the clothing which some of these buttons adorned, and what was fashionable for men and women in earlier centuries.  If you have buttons at home and are curious about their value, bring them in and Dianne will evaluate them for you. 
Date: Friday, 10/15/21
Time:  12:30pm

HALLOWEEN PARTY
Time to have some Halloween fun!!!  Costumes are a fun way to get into the “spirit” of Halloween and prizes will be awarded for best dressed, most creative, and most original. Rumor has it the city complex has resident ghosts from years past.  Is it true??? Will one appear at our party??  Join us for a hauntingly good time of fun, food and entertainment.  Ticket deadline 10/11/21.
Date:   Friday, 10/22/21
Time:   11:30 AM
Fee:     $5.00

SURFING THE INTERNET SAFELY WITH AUBURN HILLS POLICE OFFICEJOSEPH SEARS
“Most American seniors are now online. As of 2018, nearly 66% of Americans over 65 were Internet users, according to a Pew Research Center survey. That number is getting bigger all the time, and for good reason. The Internet is a great way to read the latest news, stay in touch with family, get medical information and manage appointments, renew prescriptions, and access medical records. It’s how many of us shop and bank without leaving our homes. Like all powerful tools, the Internet and mobile technologies come with some risks. These risks can be managed as long as you follow some basic rules of the road.”
Date: Friday, 10/29/21
Time: 12:30pm

BELIZE: COUNTRY & CULTURE
This educational presentation will serve as your personal passport to learn about the wonders of Belize. Our resident explorer, Cameron Kniffen, is back from Belize and ready to tell you about her experiences from her recent research trip (and prior trips) to this beautiful country.
Date: Friday, 11/5/2021
Time: 12:30pm

VETERAN’S DAY LUNCH
Veterans eat free today as we celebrate and honor those who have served our country.  Lunch must be pre-ordered by 9:30AM Wednesday, 11/10/21.
Date:   Thursday, 11/11/21
Time:   12:00PM

TOMB OF THE UNKNOWN SOLIDER
Come hear the story of how the idea of the Tomb of the Unknown Solider began, how the “unknown solider” was chosen and who chose him. Learn a bit about Arlington National Cemetery where the “tomb” is located and the honor guard who stand guard at the tomb 24/7 365 day a year. Presented by Joette Kunse.
Date:   Friday, 11/12/21
Registration Deadline: 11/8/21  #454135
Time:   12:45pm


ANNUAL THANKSGIVING CELEBRATION
A traditional Thanksgiving Feast with all the fixings. After this past year of the pandemic we are grateful to be able to gather with friends. Entertainment by The Green Brothers.
Ticket deadline 11/5/21.
Date:   Wednesday, 11/17/21
Time:   11:30 AM
Fee:     $5.00


ANNUAL UGLY SWEATER DAY
Break out your favorite Ugly Christmas Sweater! Prizes to be awarded.
Date:   Friday, 12/10/21
Time:   12:30PM


ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY
A festive holiday gathering. Presents all wrapped up under the twinkling lights waiting to be opened and enjoyed by someone.  Will your gift be waiting for you at our annual Christmas Celebration? Remember as child waiting for Santa to bring your gifts?  Santa might just arrive a bit early this year.
Entertainment by Big Chief Choir.
Ticket deadline 12/1/21
Date:   Wednesday, 12/15/21
Time:   11:30 AM
Fee:     $5.00



 

 



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