One of a Kind

From it's origins as a social outlet for seniors with an active lifestyle in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin to being a comprehensive provider of social services for people age 55 and over, the Colonial Club Senior Activity Center has evolved over the past 45 years to meet the needs of older adults throughout Northeast Dane County. Providing adult day care, case management resources, supportive home care, senior dining options, along with activities and trips. We also offer banquet facilities and catering for all age groups and special events.

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Events & Announcements

Parkinson's Disease Support Group

The Parkinson's Support Group will meet on Monday, July 27, at 1:00 pm. Brienne Ruel will speak to us about speech and Parkinson's. Please call Jordan Mooney at 608-229-7628 if you have any questions or need additional information.

Alzheimer's/Dementia Caregiver Support Group

We will meet onTuesday, July 21, at 6:30 pm. This will be an open Share and Care meeting. If you have questions or if you need to bring your loved one along and you need respite care, please contact Melody Riedel at (608) 837-4611.

Open House for the new Sun Prairie "Neighborhood Memory Café"

Memory cafés are sprouting up all over the country and southern Wisconsin is no exception. We are happy to announce the Sun Prairie Neighborhood Memory Café starting in August. The purpose of the Café is to bring people with mild memory loss together for social connections, activities and refreshments in a warm and relaxing atmosphere. The focus of the café will be determined by the folks who attend. Anyone with memory loss or concerns about memory issues is welcome to attend, along with family and friends. If personal assistance is needed, please bring someone with you.

The first café will be held on Thursday, August 13th at the Sunshine Place, 1632 W. Main Street, Sun Prairie, from 9:30 to 11:00 am and then on the second Thursday of each month. For more info contact Pam Westfall, Colonial Club Senior Center, (608) 837-4611, ext. 152, or

Alzheimer's Association of South Central WI Caregiver Support Group

The Alzheimer's Association of South Central Wisconsin will be holding Caregiver Support Group Meetings at The Lighthouse at 222 South Bristol St. in Sun Prairie on the second Tuesday of each month from 6:00-7:00 pm.

Please contact Kim Peterson, the facilitator, at 608-347-3399, with any questions.



Breakfast Bunch

Daryl Lamprey from Capitol Physical Therapy will be joining us for breakfast on Wednesday, July 15, at 8:00 am to discuss how to reduce your risk for falling. Falls are the leading cause of all injuries for senior adults. A fall can threaten your safety and independence and generate enormous economic and personal costs. Through practical lifestyle adjustments, evidence-based fall prevention programs, and community partnerships, the number of falls among seniors can be substantially reduced. Daryl will talk to us about theimportance of and tips for improving/maintaining balance.

The presentation and delicious Colonial Club catered breakfast is only $4. Sign up in the main office by Friday, July 10, to reserve your spot. Please join us in thanking the Sun Prairie Healthcare Center for helping to sponsor this monthly


Willows Day for Seniors

Saddle up your imagination for a ride to the Old West with award-winning cowboy yodelersKG & The Ranger when they perform on Thursday, July 16, at 1:30 pm. Their smooth harmony singing will bring back memories of the Sons of The Pioneers, Roy Rogers, Gene Autry and other cowboy stars of the Silver Screen. They yodel in harmony and they keep the audience entranced with interesting bits of history about the cowboy songs they sing. Western entertainment guarantees fun for all ages!

Thank you to Southern Care Hospice for providing the refreshments and The Willows for sponsoring our guest

entertainer. Cost is $3.50 and free for Club 301 premium members.






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