Mon - Thurs 9AM - 4PM
Friday 9AM - 1PM

Contact Info

121 N Broadway
Rochester, MN 55906
Fax: 507-424-6411



The “New Rochester Recreation and Senior Center” moves ahead!

The Rochester City Council approved the addition of $2.3M for the project at the 3/17/14 Public Hearing. The project will now move ahead with the requested $22.3M.

A big thank you to Rochester for moving this project forward!

Detailed Design work can now begin with the architecture team. We will be posting regular information …. CLICK HERE to read the full story


Wheel of Fortune Thursday, April 10 & 24, 11:30 am Give the wheel a spin. See if you can solve a variety of clever puzzles. Grab your lunch and join in on the fun. No RSVP required.

Hand-Building Pottery – Ceramic Open House Monday, April 14, 1 pm Meet and Greet New Instructor Angela Krueger Learn how pottery can …. CLICK HERE to read the full story

New Programs

Craft & Chat Club Former Gift Shop consignors and volunteer workers have come together to form this new group. Meetings are held every 2nd Tuesday of the month @ 9:30 am. Bring along projects you are working on; share new ideas; discuss the upcoming sales; and just relax and enjoy each other’s company. You do not have to be a crafter …. CLICK HERE to read the full story

Monday Movie Matinee

Monday Movies, 1:00 pm

All movies: Free-will donation, free popcorn, members only. Movie schedule subject to change. An R-rated motion picture may or will include adult themes, adult activity, hard language, intense or persistent violence, sexually-oriented nudity, drug abuse or other elements. Please use your discretion – attending is optional. Motion picture licensing #50386602


Golden Globe Winners & Nominees

March …. CLICK HERE to read the full story

On the Markets

Tuesday, April 8, 10:30 am Presenter: Greg Snider, Financial Advisor, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management

There is a big difference between investing and a plan that puts you on the path to the retirement you envision. Of course, today more than ever, investments are essential. But investments alone aren’t enough to achieve your retirement goals. Achieving it will take an in-depth, logical, …. CLICK HERE to read the full story

Educational Programs

One Topic, One Hour Mondays, 10 am – Join the Discussion! Feel free to bring materials, such as magazine/ newspaper articles, articles from the computer, etc. Future topics decided by group. Open to all members. TOPICS: April 7: Should Vo-Tech Education be a Priority? April 14: How Should the State Surplus be Handled? April 21: Renewable Energy vs. Carbon & Others …. CLICK HERE to read the full story


Sale into Spring Huge Indoor UNIQUE Rummage & Bake Sale Saturday, April 12, 9 am-2 pm, $1 Entry Fee Donations needed: Kitchen items, tools, jewelry, books, antiques, fabric, electronics, décor, pictures, games, toys, linens. Items must be good, clean, and reusable. Pre-approved small furniture accepted 2 weeks prior to the sale. Not accepting: computers, exercise equipment, large appliances, clothes & …. CLICK HERE to read the full story

Driver Refresher

Instructor: Dave Ruzek; Call the Business Office at 507-287-1404 to register.

Payment is due before the day of class.

Parking is available at metered parking around the Center or in the Center Street Ramp; bring your ticket for validation to receive a reduced fee. To park in the Center’s lot you must be a current member & have the access …. CLICK HERE to read the full story


Flamingo Bingo is owned and operated by the Rochester Senior Center Foundation.

Proceeds support programs and services offered by the Rochester Senior Center.


Check out our WEBSITE to see our programs and specials!

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A few notables…

Books for Sale Stop by the lower level of the Center to purchase a book. We are in need of book donations this year. If you could part with books, fiction and non-fiction, gently used, newer than 2000, we would be most grateful. Thanks so much!

Bus Tickets Seniors (over age 65 w/a Medicare or Zips Card), & disabled individuals (w/either …. CLICK HERE to read the full story