Senior Special Events

Join us for a variety of special events at the Fridley Community Center including dinner theaters, card tournaments, Mardi Gras and much, much more!
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High School Dinner Theater: Cinderella
Thursday, December 8

Over the summer and fall, the high school auditorium has been under construction. Unfortunately, the auditorium seats were delayed and we had to postpone our High School Dinner Theater outing until December 8. Dinner will be in the newly renovated cafeteria at 5:30 p.m., followed by Cinderella at 7:00 p.m.

Those who already registered, we have transferred your reservation. If you are unable to join us because of a conflict with the date change, call the senior office for a refund by November 28.

If you are interested in attending the event and have not yet signed up, call (763) 502-5150.   

Holiday Dinner, sponsored by the Fridley Lions
Tuesday, December 13

Dinner served at 1:00 p.m. Doors open at 12:30 p.m.
Entertainment by Coda.

Cost is $5.00. Please register by December 1.

Holiday Light Tour
Wednesday, December 14

Please register by December 12.
Join us with the district school bus drivers for a tour of the lights followed by a holiday concert and treats.

Casino Trips

The Fridley Senior Program sponsors a casino trip on the first Wednesday of each month. We offer a pick-up at Banfil Crossing and Norwood Square - as well as the Fridley Community Center. There is a $5 fee; however, participants will receive $5 "free play"  credit put on your players card at the casino.
To Register for an Upcoming Trip, call the Senior Program Office.

Great Decisions

3rd Wednesday    9:30 a.m.

In 2006, the Fridley Senior Program and Fridley Community Ed, partnered with the MN International Center and the Foreign Policy Association to bring the Great Decisions Program to area seniors.  The mission of the Great Decisions Program is to engage citizens in learning about the world.  Great Decisions features impartial, thought-provoking analyses on eight issues of concern to U.S. policymakers today and represent our foreign policy challenges of tomorrow. Cost is $5.