Access the Tenth East Center program calendar by clicking the above calendar button.
Please call 385-468-3140 to register for any of the below classes/workshops..
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction: This evidence-based program will be held on Wednesdays from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm from September 14 to November 9. You may register at the Tenth East Senior Center front desk or by calling 385-468-3140.
People who complete this course tell us they have:
- Decreased stress, anxiety, and depression.
- Decreased feelings of isolation/loneliness.
- Increased memory.
- Improved ability to cope with pain.
- Increased immune function.
August Farmers Market: Monday, August 8 and 29, 11:00 am - 1:00 pm.
We’re grateful to the Green Urban Lunch Box program for their generosity in providing these amazing markets at our center.
Please remember to bring your own reusable bag. The produce is free to seniors and the market will begin at 11:00 am.
The Green Urban Lunch Box mission is to empower people to connect to their food and community by revitalizing urban spaces and building a resilient food culture.
Join us for lunch!
Special Meal and Entertainment: Friday, August 12 at 11:30 am.
MENU: Stuffed Cheese Manicotti, Green Bean Almandine, Caesar Salad w/ Grated Parmesan, Pumpkin Spice Cake. Entertainment by the Nitya Nritya Foundation, which is a Salt Lake City based non-profit that is dedicated to bringing the best of Indian classical dance and music to Utah from around the world.
SLCO Aging & Adult Services is accepting donations for our Senior Center lunch program. Suggested donation is $4 per meal. Pay online: https://salt-lake-county-aging-adult-services.square.site/
The Tenth East Senior Center is a Salt Lake County (SLCo) owned and operated facility. SLCo Aging & Adult Services provides the operating staff. The numerous activities supported by this center are staffed by countless volunteers.
History of the Tenth East Senior Center:
The first planned program of recreation for Salt Lake County Aging was initiated on October 11, 1955, at an open house in Salt Lake City Elk’s Boys and Girls Club. The original group of thirty seniors grew to seventy five. In June of 1956, Salt Lake City Commissioner, L.C. Romney, turned over the building at the Victory Tennis Club, then called the Jaycee Boys and Girls Club at 245 South 1000 East in Salt Lake City, for the exclusive use of older citizens.
Realizing the need for a larger facility, the Salt Lake Community Welfare Council, the Council on Aging, the Salt Lake County Commission and the Salt Lake City Parks Department worked together to make possible the opening of the now present Tenth East Senior Center on July 11, 1963.