The Fond du Lac School District has generously sent the Senior Center ten complimentary tickets for admission to regular season athletic contests and music department concerts presented by district schools for the public. These tickets are to be used by seniors on a shared basis—anyone who is interested in attending a specific event may pick up a complimentary ticket at the Senior Center, use it for that particular event, and return it to the Center for use by others. The tickets are available for check out at the front desk.
Click the HEALTH & WELLNESS tab to the left for information about the Health Services offered at the Fond du Lac Senior Center.
Join us for lunch! The Fond du Lac Senior Center is a mealsite for the Fond du Lac County Department of Senior Services Dining Progam, serving meals Monday through Thursday at 11:45 a.m.
ELIGIBILITY – all persons 60 years of age or older, or married to someone 60 years of age or older. NO person shall be excluded from participation in, be denied benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination on the grounds of race, color, creed, sex, national origin or their ability to pay.
REGISTRATION – Required at least one day in advance by 1:00 PM – either by signing up at the meal site or by calling: 929-3937.
CANCELLATION – Once you have registered for a meal, you are expected to attend. If you must cancel due to illness or an emergency, call the Senior Services Office at 929-3937. before 1:00 pm the day prior to the cancelled meal, if possible.
COST – Suggested donation of $3.00 for those 60 years of age or older, or married to someone 60 years of age or older.
Each meal contains 1/3 of the current recommended dietary allowance (RDA) as established by the Food & Nutrition Board of the National Academy of Sciences:
meat/alternative: 3 oz. Cooked
vegetable/fruit: 2 half cups
bread/alternative: 1 serving
margarine: 1 teaspoon
dessert: 1 half cup
milk: 1 half pint
Click on the Document/Links below for current menus.
The Fond du Lac Senior Center is offering free tax assistance for 2014 tax filing and homestead credit. Click on the TAX AIDE INFORMATION link below for more details.
The Tax-Aide program, administered through the AARP Foundation in cooperation with IRS, is designed to assist the elderly in preparing their personal income tax returns, but the trained volunteers can also help all low-to-moderate income age groups. Although there are certain types of tax situations such as rental property, farm or business income that are not covered by the Tax-Aide program, the volunteers will be able to assist most area residents. This is an AARP and IRS co-sponsored community service.
Last year volunteers assisted over 1000 citizens by preparing and E-filing returns and providing other assistance.