The Mayor Tom Brown Senior Center is located in the middle of town one block west of the Mid Rivers Mall Drive at 108 McMenamy Drive. The Senior Center has been serving St. Peters seniors, age 60 and up, and disabled persons, age 18 and over, since it opened its doors in January 1986.
This favorite gathering spot of local seniors has a large dining room and also offers a fitness center with workout equipment, a small library, an activity room used for exercise classes and activities, a billiards room, games, and more.
If you've never looked into the programs and services offered at the Mayor Tom Brown Senior Center, you don't know what you're missing.
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You're welcome to come by and visit with friends, play a game of cards, shoot some pool, use the fitness facility or partake in any number of organized activities planned throughout the month such as computer classes, dances, exercise classes, art classes, bingo, pinochle and more!
The Mayor Tom Brown Senior Center serves a nutritious and affordable lunch Monday through Friday for seniors ages 60 and up or disabled persons ages 18 and up. The suggested donation for lunch is $4, but you may pay whatever you can afford. Guests ages 18 and up are welcome but are required to pay $7 for lunch.
Menus are varied and consist of a main entrée, vegetables or fruit, salad or soup and a dessert. See a monthly menu.
Senior Center hours and services are subject to change based on staff availability. Call the Mayor Tom Brown Senior Center at 636-278-2410 for the latest information.