Norfolk Senior Center to reopen July 17

Norfolk Senior Center
The Norfolk Senior Center. (Norfolk Council on Aging)

NORFOLK, Mass. (WLNE) — The Norfolk Council on Aging announced that the town’s senior center would be reopening on July 17.

Director Karen Edwards said the months-long closure due to a pipe bursting in February is coming to an end, and that the programming held at other locations would return to the senior center.

She added that programming that has been held at the town hall will be suspended this week in anticipation of the reopening.

However, programming at the Norfolk Grange and Federated Church of Norfolk will continue until the center’s return, and Wednesday Friends lunches will be held at the church until further notice.

“After many months of programming being held in other locations, we greatly look forward to welcoming our community members back into our newly renovated senior center,” Edwards said.

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