We want to help our participants maintain maximum independence by removing individual and social barriers to personal independence. Our offerings are limited due to safety considerations at the Adult Activity Center, but we are still offering several services.
The Willamalane Adult Activity Center has three computer desks in the lobby, which visitors can use to access the internet. All three computers can be reserved in 25-minute increments for up to two hours at a time. Computers are spaced at least six feet apart and will be cleaned between users. You can drop in to use a computer on a first-come, first-served basis, or you can reserve a computer in advance to make sure it is available when you visit. Closed due to freeze.
Book & Puzzle Delivery
Willamalane Adult Activity Center has a book and puzzle exchange service to provide activities to those who may be experiencing isolation. This program offers a no-contact van delivery service to seniors. From 11 a.m.–2 p.m. on Wednesdays, items will be delivered to participants’ doors without them having to leave their homes. The items may be borrowed for one month.
To sign up, please call the front desk at 541-736-4444 to be put on a weekly list or sign up online.
Willamalane and Senior & Disability Services transitioned our usual Senior Meals lunch to a “to-go” pick up instead of a sit-down meal. Participants can arrive at the parking lot from 11:30 a.m.–1 p.m. from Monday–Friday to pick up lunch. The program is offered to people ages 60+; lunch is free with a suggested donation of $3.
To sign up, please call our Springfield Site Coordinators for Senior Meals at 541-736-4408 and Meals on Wheels (MOW) at 541-736-4424 .
Drop by the Adult Activity Center on Friday, Nov. 20, from 9-10 a.m. for a drive-thru Community Breakfast. This month, we're serving up breakfast casserole, muffins, and parfaits. Suggested cash donation of $3.
FIDO Pet Food Bank Distribution
Next distribution date: Tuesday, Nov. 24, 1:30-3:30 p.m. Curbside pickup at the Adult Activity Center.
This dog and cat food bank is available for individuals who qualify for services such as Social Security, Medicaid, and SNAP. FIDO is here on the fourth Tuesday of each month. Cost is $3/dog or $2/cat. For more information, please contact Penny at FIDO: Eugeneinfo@fidoanimeals.org.
Keeping your feet healthy is very important. Our licensed nurses provide basic foot assessment and nail care. This service is not offered to people with diabetes. $18 ID/$22 OD.
To sign up, please call the front desk at 541-736-4444.
Modified Get-Together Pass
This allows you to participate in the following activities at the Adult Activity Center.
- Card Making: Tuesdays, 9:30am-11:30pm. Create handmade greeting cards for yourself and to be sent to military personnel.
- Wood Carvers: Tuesdays, 1-3pm. Carve your own masterpiece in wood at the center. Instruction available for beginners; drop-in studio for experienced carvers who share ideas and information. Furnish your own tools and wood.
- Conversations with Women: 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of every month, 10:15-11:30am. Women meet to extend horizons through the exchange of ideas in a group discussion format.
LIHEAP Fall/Winter Energy Assistance
Low Income Energy Assistance (LIHEAP) at the Adult Activity Center is only for households with at least one individual who is 60+. The person who is 60+ must be the one to apply for the waitlist for energy assistance. LIHEAP helps keep adults age 60 and older safe and healthy through initiatives that assist with energy costs.
Please contact Terre Olsen at 541-736-4406 for more information. For households that do not have a person age 60+, you can refer them to Catholic Community Services for assistance at 541-747-8349.
Our woodworking shop & studio is perfect for woodworkers of all levels. Staff is available to help beginners complete their projects from the start to finish, including conceptualizing, finding a woodworking plan, building and finishing.
The shop & studio is equipped with saws, planer, jointer, lathe, and everything else you need to build stunning wooden furniture. Our visitors build anything and everything, including cabinets, bookshelves, planter stands, wine racks, and more. To reserve your time slot, call 541-736-4444. Closed due to freeze.
Lane County Oregon Law Center Senior Law Service. Lane County’s Senior Law Service is dedicated to providing access to justice for people over 60. Senior Law Service places pro bono attorneys directly in the community via a network of senior centers, connecting Lane County seniors with the legal help they need. Pro Bono attorneys meet with seniors over the age of 60 at a network of senior centers throughout Lane County. For more information contact Jean Beachdel at (541) 485-1017 x 131 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open enrollment for Medicare begins October 15 and runs through December 7, 2020. Things change from year to year, and even though you don’t have to renew your supplement insurance annually, it’s best to review your plan to make sure it’s still the best plan for you.
Medicare Supplement plan prices can and do change – as do situations in our own lives. Taking a look at your current situation as well as what each plan has to offer on a yearly basis is a good idea. It will keep you with the best coverage possible.
For more information please contact: Jake Gariepy at 541-736-4536 or by email: Jake.GARIEPY@willamalane.org
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Our gift shop specializes in beautiful handcrafted items created by community artisans at unbeatable prices. As a consignment shop, your purchase helps to support both the artisans and the Adult Activity Center. In-person visits are closed due to freeze, but you can still browse our featured items here and call to order at 541-736-4444.
Services coming soon
- Hand Quilting
- Knotty Knitters
- Blood pressure checks
- Donation table
- Rock & Gem Shop
- Van transportation