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For Seniors

The seniors of Reminderville are an active and popular group. With the opening of the Reminderville Athletic Club, there will be new activities as well as keeping the traditional activities and events that have become favorites in the Village.  Events like the annual spaghetti dinner at the firehouse, seniors picnic, and holiday parties mixed with new programs like pickle ball, chair yoga, aquatics arthritis, and tai chi will keep our seniors busy and social.                                                      


 Lunch & Learns at the RAC:  Free lunch and topical presentation starting at noon!

Feb 15, March 15, May 17, June 7, Sept 13


CINCO DE MAYO Lunch & Fun! 

Thursday, May 3 at noon.  Lunch sponsored by Maplewood & Heartland in Twinsburg.  


Mobile Meals Informational presentation: April 4 at 9:00am         Medicare information presentation: April 26 at 10:00am                   Pastries & coffee will be served.


March 29 at noon: QUARTERLY BIRTHDAY PARTY!!!  Come on out to celebrate with us!  Free lunch sponsored by Anna Maria of Aurora 



Meals & transportation on your own – it’s a great way to meet up with friends or make new ones as you enjoy a lunch out!  Lunches are at a restaurant in Reminderville or one of the surrounding cities.   RSVP by the Monday before: 234-212-9773

March 14: Akira in Solon  *  April 11: Yours Truly in Hudson * May 9: Nicky & Smitty’s in Aurora * June 13: El Chile Bravo in Reminderville

Past Seniors events!  

Don’t miss out on the next one!

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Lifeline Alert System- through Summit County

330-762-5627 or 800-944-0308


Attention Veterans:

A shuttle service has been established for Veterans needing transportation to and from the Cleveland Wade Park VA hospital.  The shuttle will pick up and drop off at the Home Depot in Macedonia on Tuesday and Thursday. For more information or to schedule a pick up, call 330-643-2830. There is no charge to the veteran for this service.

Disabled/Senior Citizen Snow Removal Program

If you are a disabled citizen or a citizen over the age of 65 and meet the low/moderate income eligibility, you can have your driveway plowed at no cost.  The form is available at Village Hall or click here: 2016-17 snow removal application

Glenwood Square Senior Apartments on Kendal Lane!  

The 55+ apartment complex is complete & new residents are moving in! Contact Jennifer Beck at 330-425-1242 or

Metro RTA Call-A-Bus!

This curb-to-curb service is available to anyone and will pick up and drop off passengers anywhere within Reminderville, Twinsburg, Twinsburg Township, Macedonia, Sagamore Hills, Northfield Center, and Northfield Village. The bus runs Mon-Fri from 8:00am to 4:00pm. Trips must be reserved one day prior to travel.  $4.00/per person, per ride and up to two children, ages five and younger, ride free.  Call 1-877-820-4710

OHIO Rideshare is a great time & money saving idea. 

Ohio Rideshare gives residents in Northeast Ohio the ability to identify potential carpool partners quickly and securely. Contact possible carpoolers by email to discuss what your needs and expectations are and you’re on your way! You may also enjoy other features such as mileage tracking and interactive mapping functions. Carpooling Advantages: Saves money by splitting commuting costs for fuel, tolls and parking, Lowers stress, Reduces pollution, Gives riders time for other activities such as reading, sleeping, working, and socializing Reduces traffic congestion, Reduces need for parking spaces.

The Village truly cares about it’s senior citizens and works diligently to provide the services and attention they need. Things like Senior Snow Plowing for qualifying seniors, and other events and benefits.