May Events at the OPC

May Events at Older Person’s Commission Senior Center

Join the OPC for upcoming classes and fitness events during the month of April. Come see why OPC is a great place to be 50+ To register for classes, 248-656-1403 and press “0”.

650 Players Spring 2016

650 Players Spring 2016

650 Players Spring Musical

The community is invited to the 650 Players 2016 Musical, an original musical choreographed and directed by Francine Hachem. Songs including ‘Take a Chance on Me’ and come along to usher in the fresh breeze of spring with ‘Everything Old is New Again’ in the ‘Seasons of Love’ and much more.

Lunch performances are $14 and held on May 11, 12, 13, 17, 18 and 19. A performance only show is $12 on May 20.

Performances are open to the public. For tickets, call 248-608-0251 or visit the OPC ticket office.

Mind Body Spirit

Mind Body Spirit Day

Mind Body Spirit Day at OPC

Join the OPC as guests celebrate the connection of Mind, Body and Spirit on Saturday, May 21. All ages are welcome to this event including Basic Yoga, Slow Flow Yoga, Tai Chi Wu Style and Breathing & Relaxation Techniques. Sessions are $4 each. Pre-registration is highly encouraged. For times and additional information, visit or call 248-608-0251 to register. For more information please call Melissa Ciampichini at 248-608-0247.


May 12:  6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

This class is an Overview of Windows 10. The instructors will discuss the program and explain the changes. This class is for those who are thinking of upgrading. Technical classes will follow at a later date. Instructors: Ting and Russell Shepherd Cost:  $5


Tue May 17:  6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Continues the story of the 16th century emergence of Eur. Women artists exploring what made it possible for a few to pursue creativity as a career; visuals included. Presenter:  Ingrid Sandecki, Professor Emerita, European Women’s  History  Cost:  $5 


May 18    7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Exciting new shrubs, annuals, perennials and other good stuff. Cost: $5  Open to the Public Presenter: Nancy Szerlag, Garden columnist for the Detroit Free Press.


Mon May 23:  6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

This will be an sensory education on essential oils, their history, how to use them, what they are used for, and their benefits.  Presenter:  Kelly Nickson  Cost:  $5


May 19:  7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

They investigate private residences, businesses, historical locations, and public buildings in SE Michigan in an effort to determine what is causing paranormal activity. Hear their fascinating stories and recorded activity. Presenters:  MC Ghosthunters  Cost:  $5

WOMEN’S LUNCHEON        Corner Dining Room

May 26:  12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Women are welcome to get ready with a new look for spring.  Donna Avalos, from the Clinique counter at Carson’s will be at the OPC to demonstrate the sonic brush to rejuvenate the face. She will also give guests some techniques on apply make up to help each woman always look her best. Get your ticket now! Cost: $12

Outdoor Art Sale in June

Outdoor Art Sale in June

About the Older Person’s Commission

The OPC, located in Rochester, is Michigan’s premier community center dedicated to the physical, intellectual and emotional well-being of Rochester, Rochester Hills and Oakland Township residents who are 50+.

The OPC also has a number of programs and services designed to help individuals “age in place” in their homes and in their community. Seniors in need of transportation can utilize the OPC’s door-to-door transportation services which provide over 53,000 rides annually. 

Their “Meals on Wheels” program, which provides home delivered and site meals for disabled or homebound seniors, served more than 116,000 meals in 2015.  In addition, the OPC offers many resources through its Wellness Center, Adult Day Services, support groups and much more. 

All of the services offered by the OPC are designed to help individuals 50 and older age in place, stay connected to the community around them, and maintain their independence. 

For more information on the OPC, visit, become a fan on facebook or call 248-656-1403.

Older Persons’ Commission
650 Letica Drive
Rochester, MI 48307

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