NPD 2023 Summer Program Guide


Unless specified, all programs are held on the upper level of the Alfred Rubin Riverwalk Community Center (ARRCC), located at 305 W. Jackson Ave. Day trips depart from the Warming House parking lot on the Riverwalk. To access the ARRCC, enter on the upper level off of Mill St. Building hours are Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 9:00 pm, and Saturday and Sunday as scheduled. Registration hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. The Game Room, which contains a ping pong table, billiard table, television, four computers, paperback/hard cover book A 20% discount is automatically applied for individuals age 60 and over for most programs (excluding Trips, Golf, Bingo, Outdoor Bingo, and externally ticketed events). Please call 630- 848-5000 to make sure your birthdate is listed in our computer system to take advantage of the 20% discount. ACTIVE ADULTS & SENIORS exchange, large table for drop-in board game play and bean bag toss game, is available to those ages 50 and over. The hours for the game room are Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.

Senior resources are only a phone call or mouse click away!

• Household Maintenance Assistance • Housing • Legal Assistance that provides relevant phone numbers, webpages and descriptions of services offered to seniors by category. This resource guides visitors to the appropriate provider of the service, be it the City, township, county or state. Categories include: • Care Options • Education • Elder Rights • Emergency Preparedness • Employment • Financial Assistance and Taxes • Food Assistance • General Information • Health Benefits

As people age, it can be tricky to navigate the wide variety of questions and concerns that go hand-in-hand with the aging process. Senior citizens and their loved ones have many resources available to assist them with day-to-day life all the way from the national level to right here at home. Naperville is a community that warmly embraces seniors and “baby boomers” and wants to help connect them to information about these available services. The City of Naperville and Naperville Park District jointly provide seniors with a convenient way to access this information. The City of Naperville maintains a comprehensive webpage at

• Life Safety • Recreation • Transportation • Utility Assistance • Veterans Assistance • Volunteerism

For assistance, or if you have any suggestions or feedback regarding additional services to be listed, please call 630-848-5000 or stop by the Alfred Rubin Riverwalk Community Center at 305 W. Jackson Ave.

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS ARRCC Main Phone...................................................630-848-5000 Riverwalk Adult Day Services...................................630-357-8166

Ride DuPage/Pace Reservations..............................800-713-7445 Ride DuPage/Pace Complaints & Comments.........847-364-7223

Click here to search by age and location •• Indicates School District Residents pay resident rates

110 SUMMER 2023

Made with FlippingBook interactive PDF creator