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Roseville Area Senior Program 651-604-3520

Welcome to the Roseville Area Senior Program! We have served the Roseville Area for more than 35 years and take a great deal of pride in the extensive list of programs and services we offer. Our mission is to promote and provide quality services, educational and social programming for persons over the age of 55 who seek to maintain an independent lifestyle and sustain quality lives.

The Roseville Area Senior Program is a program of Roseville Area Schools Community Education with support from individual contributions. Additional funding is received from Ramsey County, and Senior Services Consortium of Ramsey County, DARTS via the Older Americans Act administered through the Metro Area Agency on Aging and the Minnesota Board on Aging.

Contact us!  We would love to meet you in person to show you what we have to offer and how you can join in the fun.


Roseville Area Senior Program (RASP) Advisory Council

The purpose of this council is to advise and assist the Program Coordinator and Community Education Director to plan, develop, implement, and evaluate RASP. We invite community members who live in the Roseville Area School district and are already active at RASP, others who are interested in and/or have knowledge and skills in older adult educational programs and services. Members recommended to serve a two year term on this council. There will be six meetings per year. The meetings are every other month on the first Tuesday of the month from 3:00 -4:30 pm at the Fairview Community Center.

If you are interested in joining this advisory council, please contact Janell B. Wampler, RASP Program Coordinator, at 651-604-3522 or email.

Roseville Area Senior Center Programming

Drop-In Lounge: You are invited to drop-in any day, Monday through Friday, between 8am and 4pm to socialize, enjoy a cup of coffee and participate in a full range of informal activities.

Social and Recreational
Socialize and meet new friends at dances, seasonal events, and special interest groups. Enjoy playing pool, cards, games, or Wii Sports. Many of our offerings are self-directed and arise out of the interests of participants. If you have an idea for something that you would like to see offered, let us know! Click on the links above for our activities calendar and newsletter.

Educational Programs
In the spirit of lifelong learning, we offer a variety of formal and informal educational opportunities such as financial planning, defensive driving, current world affairs, Bridge class and much more.

Health & Wellness Programs
Our health-related programs include: blood pressure testing, educational sessions, health screening, foot care clinics and health insurance consultations.

Enrichment Programs
There are a number of classes and offerings for adults, including swimming, fitness, discussion groups, computer classes, and more.

Click here for a current Calendar of Activities.

Senior Program Newsletter

The Seasons Newsletter is full of information on Roseville Area Senior Program events. It also includes articles of interest to seniors. Donations gratefully accepted. Call us to start a subscription.

Click here for a current Seasons Newsletter.

Flaming Spoon Cafe

The Flaming Spoon Cafe, located at the Fairview Community Center, serves lunch daily, Monday - Friday, 11am to 12:15pm.

Click here for a current Flaming Spoon menu.

Meals on Wheels 651-604-3524

Hot, nutritionally-balanced meals are available Monday through Friday for seniors, the disabled and individuals with short and long term illness and choose not to cook in the Roseville School District. This service enables people to live in their homes independently. A suggested donation is requested based on ability to pay.

Click here for a current Meals on Wheels menu.

Roseville Gift & Craft Shoppe

Open Monday - Friday, 9:30am - 3:30pm. Shop for a variety of handcrafted items. Volunteer consignors staff the shoppe. New crafters are welcome; training provided.

Transportation 651-604-3535

Shuttle Bug Bus
The Shuttle Bug bus service is a door-to-door transportation system that travels within the Roseville School District boundaries. The routes vary day to day, depending on the number of riders and their destinations. Types of rides include shopping, banking, local medical, and to and from the Roseville Area Senior Program. The bus is a lift-equipped and has spaces for wheelchairs. Drivers are Special Transportation certified.

Rides are provided Monday through Friday from 8am to 4pm. Disabled people and seniors age 60+ are eligible to ride. Riders must live within the Roseville School District and have no alternative means of transportation.

A three business day advance notice is suggested for a ride request . Call 651-604-3535 between 8am - 1pm, Monday thru Friday. You must notify us in advance if you need wheelchair accessible transportation. A suggested donation is requested based on ability to pay.

Medical Rides
Individual rides are available for seniors age 60+ to medical and dental appointments. Reservations need to be made a minimum of seven business day in advance. Rides are provided by volunteer drivers who use their own vehicles. Call 651-604-3535 between 8am - 1pm, Monday thru Friday. A suggested donation is requested based on ability to pay.

Service Coordination 651-604-3528

We connect older adults with local and metro community services and resources. Phone consultation, in-home assessment, and development of service plans are available. Call for more information. A suggested contribution is requested.

Caregiver Support Groups
Caregiver Support Group meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month, 12:30 - 2:00 pm. Anyone providing personal, emotional and/or financial assistance to a loved one may attend.

Homebound Support Volunteers
After a needs assessment is completed by the service coordinator, trained volunteers are available to provide services to help homebound seniors in the Roseville Area School District. Services include: errand running, shopping assistance, minor home repairs and friendly visiting in the home. Contributions are requested.

Volunteer Opportunities

The most important things in life aren't things! Over 750 individuals volunteer annually doing office work, boutique sales, blood pressure testing, driving for Meals on Wheels, activity group leader, and much more.

Current volunteer needs
Medical ride transportation is an especially crucial service that is provided by volunteer drivers. Free training is provided and mileage reimbursement is an option. If you would like to know more about this worthwhile volunteer job, contact Janell Wampler, Senior Center Coordinator. Call 651-604-3520 or e-mail.

Additional Web Resources - Links

Minnesota Resources: -


SENIOR NET - provides adults 50+ access to and education about computer technology and the Internet to enhance their lives and enable them to share knowledge and wisdom.

METROPOLITAN AREA AGENCY ON AGING - Broad range of information, resources and links to other sources.

VITAL AGING NETWORK (VAN) - Provides easy access to education, advocacy, and guidance for finding personal direction.








National Organizations:

BENEFIT CHECKUP - searches more than 1,000 federal and state programs to find those that a senior may be eligible for.



AARP (American Association of Retired Persons) -


CONGRESS TODAY - This site allows Internet users to access a complete and reliable directory of information about the members of the US House of Representatives and the US Senate.



Roseville Area Senior Program

Fairview Community Center
1910 County Road B West
Roseville, MN 55113
Directions to FVCC


Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Ph: 651-604-3520

Fax: 651-604-3565

MN Relay: 1-800-627-3529