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Community Center


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General Information

233 West Main Street- (260) 427-6460


The Community Center offers year-round programs and activities for people of all ages with special emphasis on programming for adults, age 50+. 

The Community Center offers fun & games, special events, Monday luncheons, Adult Special Interest, arts & crafts, fitness, advice, computer classes, health information and more! Are you interested in Special Events at the Community Center? Check out the NEW Community Center Special Events page with information on the upcoming Special Events including: Book Sales, Veteran's Day Breakfast, Halloween Haunt, Car Show Spooktacular & Santa's Workshop!

Check out the Drop-In Fun flier  for information on 50+ Activities!
Drop In Fun 

On your next visit to the Community Center check out the FREE wi-fi now available to patrons.

Thanks to
Heritage Park for their sponsorship.

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The Community Center will be CLOSED for the following holidays:
Thursday, November 26, Thanksgiving
Friday, November 27, Thanksgiving

Read about our Inclement Weather Policy


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NOW AVAILABLE for Download

The Monthly Community Center Calendar is available for download! 
Check back each month for the current calendar.  
The November 2015 Calendar: Front of Calendar     Back of Calendar


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Crafter's Corner

Open to the public
Monday-Friday, 9 am-3 pm 


The Community Center Crafter's Corner has fabric, yarn, books, holiday crafts and other items available for sale. 

Visit our Sister Cities Partnership monument paying tribute to Plock, Poland to the west of the Community Center.


The Community Center Partners with Edsal House Apartments 

Our neighbors at Edsal House help tend the gardens and get to share in the bounty.   A nutritionist from the Purdue extension office teaches nutrition classes and shows our neighbors how to use the produce.  Pictures showing 
how to pick the herbs, Chinese cabbage, and spinach.




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