1015 North Congress, Ypsilanti, MI 48197 734-483-5014

Center Closes until April 4 due to COVID-19

The Ypsilanti Senior Center has closed until at least April 4 due to actions taken in relation to COVID-19.  See the notice from the Center below and in PDF.  Updates will be posted here as the situation evolves.  If… Read More

March 2020 – From the Director

The 2020 Census is nearly here!  There are 3 ways to fill out the census, internet, phone or paper.  We are here to help. No one will be coming to your door until May and only if you… Read More

February 2020 – From the Director

February is Black History Month, “an annual celebration of achievements of African Americans and a time for recognizing the central role of Blacks in US history.” Thanks to DeLois Wilson, there is an information page later in the… Read More

Anniversary Party December 15

Help us celebrate the 58th anniversary of the Ypsilanti Senior Center! Sunday December 15, 2019 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Join us for cake and music.  We are fortunate to have the Community Music School of Ann Arbor… Read More

2019 Winter Jewelry Sale December 7

Visit the Senior Center between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm on Saturday, December 7 to shop the annual Winter Jewelry Sale!  There are many new pieces from which to select.  All proceeds go to supporting the activities of… Read More

We Care Connect Memory Cafe Radio Interview

The Ypsilanti Senior Center sat down with WEMU to talk about the Senior Center’s “We Care Connect” Memory Cafe in April 2019.  We Care Connect is a safe and judgment free environment that provides as a respite from… Read More

November 2019 – From the Director

The Census is coming in 2020. A postcard with a special code number will come in the mail by April 1, 2020. You will be directed to a website to fill out your information. Don’t throw away that… Read More

October 2019 – From the Director

We’ve got a month and a half to go.   Heartland is sponsoring a competition among the senior centers to collect new socks, hats, gloves, and new or gently used coats to be donated to a good cause.   So… Read More