530 Shoshone Street W, Twin Falls, ID 83301
Serving the Community One Heart at a Time

Programs to Combat Loneliness

Twin Falls Senior Center offers programs to combat loneliness

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Twin Falls Seniors in Need of Meals

Courtney’s Take-Away: Senior Center Needs Help Now More Than Ever

October 2019 Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser

Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser

Raise Your Fork with Pasta With a Cause! Saturday, October 26, 2019 4:30pm – 7:00pm 530 Shoshone St, W, Twin Falls, ID $10 – Adults & $5 for Children 10 and under Enjoy a family dinner with spaghetti, bread, salad, dessert served with coffee, tea, lemonade or water. Enjoy the…

Caregiver

5 Biggest Issues That Sabotage Family Caregivers

Part Two by Shawna Wasko, M.Olp, PI/Nutrition Contracts Manager Last month I wrote about the 5 biggest issues that sabotage family caregivers. I did an overview from a Caring.com article, written by author Paula Spencer Scott. I only covered the first two issues that sabotage family Caregivers: Privacy issues and…

Idaho Food Bank

Food Box Info

Idaho Food Bank Commodity Supplemental Food Box Program Developed by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), CSFP improves the health of low-income seniors at least 60 years of age, by adding nutritious food to their diets. Eligible seniors receive a free food box on the second Thursday of the…

Healthy Aging

September 2019 Director’s Note

By Jeanette M. Roe, Executive Director The Senior Center is an important key to helping Seniors age well. As we celebrated National Senior Center Month, I reflect on the number of individuals who are using the Center’s services, enjoying the variety of activities, and socializing with others.  I found an article…

August Director’s Monthly Note

By Jeanette M. Roe, Executive Director While considering a topic for this monthly note I came across a recent article, by Debby Mayne, about Manners around the Elderly. I have often wondered what this world is coming to when individuals lack of the ability to be civil to each other….

August is National Baby Boomer Month

Boomers Making a Difference Month

Article by Chris Draper, Aug 3, 2018 LifeStylemag.com August is Boomers Making a Difference Month. Baby boomers are typically identified as anyone born between 1945 & the early 1960’s. Though many have tried to attribute certain characteristics to those born during these years, baby boomers can’t be defined as a…

Twin Falls Senior Center 5K Fun Run

4th Annual 5K Fun Run/Walk

Saturday, June 15, 2019 All run proceeds benefit the Twin Falls Senior Center’s MEALS ON WHEELS The Run begins at the Rock Creek Canyon Parkway trail head down from the Twin Falls City Parks and Recreation Office (136 Maxwell Ave) at 9:00AM Pre-Registration: Individuals – $20 Student/Track Team Rate –…

Senior activities computer classes

Director’s Monthly Note

By Jeanette M. Roe, Executive Director I recently came across an article written by Josh Walker in January 2016 called The Surprising Science of Happiness. Turns out there’s truth in the old adage ‘you gotta make yourself happy’. I hope you enjoy this valuable insight in Happiness. Harvard psychologist, Dan…