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ADRC / Older Americans Month

Connect, Create, Contribute

Each year, more and more older adults and persons with disabilities are making a positive impact in and around Brown County. As volunteers, employees, employers, educators, mentors, and advocates, they offer insight and experience that benefit the entire community. National Older Americans Month (OAM) has been recognizing the contributions of the growing older population for 56 years.

Led by the Administration for Community Living (ACL) and the Wisconsin Department of Health and Human Services, each May ADRC/Older Americans Month provides resources to help older and disabled Americans stay healthy and independent as well as resources to help communities support and celebrate their diversity.

This year’s OAM theme, Connect, Create, Contribute, encourages older adults and persons with disabilities and their communities to:
  • Connect with friends, family, and local services and resources.
  • Create through activities that promote learning, health, and personal enrichment.
  • Contribute time, talent, and life experience to benefit others.
ADRC of Brown County will celebrate OAM by promoting ways that community members of all ages can take part in helping Brown County thrive. We encourage you to:

Have lunch with friends at Grounded Café
(300 S. Adams St, Green Bay) or
Grant Street Landing at De Pere Community Center (600 Grant St, De Pere).

Enjoy the many activities and things to do at ADRC, listed throughout this magazine, and at other community centers in Brown County.

Volunteer share your time and talent. Click here for ADRC Opportunities or get ideas from the Volunteer Center, (920) 429-9445,
Communities that support and recognize older adults and adults with disabilities are stronger! Join us in strengthening our community.

Connect. Create. Contribute.


Check out the links below to learn more:
Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC)
300 S. Adams, Green Bay at 920-448-4300,
Click to go to the ADRC Volunteer page
Volunteer Center of Brown County
984 9th Street, Green Bay at 920-429-9445,

Click to go to the Volunteer Center Website


How can I get to an Activity Center if I don't drive?
Click on this Transportation link to get to our transporation page to learn about ways to get around in Brown County.

Read the ADRC Magazine free each month where ever you have access to your email.

NEW! You can now sign up and pay for most events online!
If you do not see a class you are interseted in, call ADRC (920) 448-4300.

Other Community Programs

  • Allouez Senior Site
    Website: Find the location, days and hours of operation and activities.

  • Ashwaubenon Community Center
    Website: Offers people age 55 and older recreational and social outlets on a weekly basis. Potlucks, cards, blood pressure checks, and NWTC classes are available. Meets at the Ashwaubenon Community Center, 936 Anderson Dr.

  • Bellevue Community Center
    Website: Bellevue Village Program Guide

  • Howard Senior Site
    Website: Village of Howard Senior Site located at 2456 Glendale Avenue.

  • Oneida Nation Senior Center
    Website: Oneida Nation Elder Services. Activities and a lot more.

  • Pulaski Adult Activity Center
    430 S. St Augustine St., Pulaski, WI Phone: 920-822-8100

  • Salvation Army Seniors Program
    Website: The seniors program includes a variety of activities — bingo and card games, crafts, exercise in the gym, field trips with other seniors and with mixed age groups.

  • YMCA
    Website: Get up to date activity information as well as locations and hours.

  • YWCA
    Website: Up to date information on activities and hours of operation.
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