Senior Dining is a time for older adults to share a meal while enjoying the company of one another in a common setting. Senior Dining provides hot, well-balanced meals for individuals 60 years of age and older and their spouse of any age. These menus have been prepared by a licensed registered dietitian to ensure good nutrition guidelines. In addition to nutritious meals, your Senior Dining site provides:
Information about community senior services and programs
Social opportunities and interaction
Helpful health information and services
Connection with friendly, people who care about you
Volunteer opportunities and ways for you to share your talents and skills
Senior Dining Weekday Noon Meal
Noon meals are provided Monday-Friday at the following Grand Forks sites:
Grand Forks Senior Center - 620 4th Ave S. The noon meal is served from 11:30 am - 12:15 pm. No reservations required unless it is a special meal, such as a holiday meal.
The Link - 300 Cherry St. Reservations required by one business day, before noon.
Homestead Place - 1639 24th Ave S. Reservations required by one business day, before noon. Call 701-772-7245.
Senior Dining Tuesday Evening Meal and Breakfast
The Grand Forks Senior Center (620 4th Ave S) also serves a Tuesday evening meal and a hot breakfast each weekday morning.
Tuesday evening: 5:00 pm meal
Breakfasts: 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Senior Dining Meal Costs
Federal regulations state that each person 60 or older must fill out an annual assessment in order to participate in the Senior Dining meal program. This assessment will be given to you at the dining site.
The full cost of a noon or Tuesday evening meal is $9.00, however each person is responsible for determining what he/she is able to contribute as a suggested contribution. The suggested contribution is $4.25/meal. Persons under 60 years of age are required to pay the full $9.00 cost of the meal.
The full cost of a breakfast meal is $5.50, however each person is responsible for determining what he/she is able to contribute as a suggested contribution. The suggested contribution is $2.00/breakfast. Persons under 60 years of age are required to pay the full cost of the breakfast ($5.50).
Federal, state and local funding help support the cost of the meals. SNAP (food stamps) and EBT are accepted. Credit cards and debit cards are now accepted.