103 Railroad Avenue
St. Michaels, MD 21663
Contact: Trish Payne
The mission of the St. Michaels Community Center (SMCC) is to fill the unmet needs of the community. We also strive to promote and provide quality activities and services that will contribute to the physical, emotional and social well-being for all who call our part of the world home.
We aim to accomplish these goals by providing supervised program opportunities for the enrichment of our children and teens; activities and services for senior citizens; and affordable recreational, social and educational activities to community residents of all ages, regardless of ethnicity, gender or economic status.
Regular Senior Gatherings
If you’re 55 years of age or older, we’d love for you to join us at the St. Michaels Community Center every Wednesday from 10.30 a.m. – 12.30 p.m. for a well-prepared meal from Upper Shore Aging.
On the 1st Wednesday of every month we play Bingo, and the YMCA helps us play “Brain Games” on every 2nd Wednesday. On the 3rd Wednesday, we save time for arts and crafts, and on the 4th Wednesday we welcome a guest speaker with important insurance and medical information
Regular Classes for Adults & Seniors
The St. Michaels Community Center offers a series of regularly occurring classes and events. Senior citizens can take advantage of our free, weekly lunches and social programs that promote exercise, brain teasers and guest speakers. Some of our more popular programs include chair yoga, mosaics, carving, and mahjong play. If you like to explore beyond our town, we also offer regular trips and excursions to exciting places.
We’re committed to encouraging and helping the community to live well, so we work with local health agencies and instructors to provide life-skills and wellness classes and clinics to the public, free of charge or at a highly discounted rate.
There is always something exciting happening at the St. Michaels Community Center. Visit our website or Facebook page, give us a call, or drop on by to see why we are “The heart of our community”.