The Charles and Anna Mae Lofino Senior Adult and Cultural Enrichment Center officially opened its door on June 25, 2005, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house. This facility is the home for the Beavercreek Senior Center and the Beavercreek Community Theater.
The center has a beautiful lobby area, spacious great room, library, game room, computer room, and fitness center. The space provides opportunities for classes such as:
- Corn Hole
The great room provides a spacious dining area and a fully equipped kitchen for lunches and special events. The center also offers a top-notch fitness area with state of the art fitness equipment including treadmills, bikes, and user-friendly weight equipment. There’s no need to go to a fitness club to get and stay in shape for successful aging.
Memberships to the center allow free use of the facilities as well as discounts on classes, members-only special events, a subscription to the monthly newsletter, and more. Senior Residents age 55 and up residing in the City of Beavercreek and Beavercreek Township are only $35 per year per person. Seniors residing outside of Beavercreek may join The center for only $55 per year per person. Non-members may purchase a daily admissions pass for $3 residents and $5 non-residents. Confidential scholarships are available by speaking to the Center Director.
To receive more comprehensive information about the center and the monthly activities, please subscribe to the Senior Connection Newsletter or call and speak to one of our friendly volunteers or staff members at 937-426-6166.
Opportunities With the Center
Come to the center and you will have opportunities to meet new friends, stay active and healthy, find valuable services, and discover new destinations with other travelers.
Who We Serve
Participation is open to all those who are 55+ better. Most activities are drop-in, which require no advanced registration. Those that require advanced registration or sign up will be posted in the newsletter.