The Prime Time Seniors' Program is a nationally accredited program which serves to enrich the lives of community members who are age 55+. Prime Time is committed to providing programs which engage the physical, intellectual, emotional, social, spiritual and vocational dimensions of wellness, as well as encourage involvement in the community.
Fit for Life 2016 Applications The Prime Time Seniors' Program was fortunate to receive a three-year grant through the Tri-County Office on Aging to help 15 people each year adopt a healthier lifestyle through a program entitled Fit for Life. The program will take place January 11-March 25, 2016. At the beginning of the 11-week program, participants will take a pre-test of easy-to-perform exercises. At the end of the program, participant will take the test again to measure outcomes! Learn more.
Programs and Courses
Prime Time offers more than 200 wellness programs and courses (PDF) in the arts, film, health, technology, fitness, finance and more. The program also offers a number of inter-generational programming, including a technology lab.
Emergency Alerts & Preparedness
The City of East Lansing encourages community members to be prepared in the event of an emergency, such as a power outages, a natural disaster or an act of violence. Residents are encouraged to be prepared by signing up for emergency alerts and to attain an emergency alert file. Residents who are homebound, isolated, disabled or have a chronic illness are encouraged to sign up for the emergency check list. Learn more about Emergency Alerts & Preparedness.
Snow Removal Help Do you need help removing snow from your sidewalk and driveway? A number of resources have been listed to address the needs of snow removal for seniors. Learn more.
Inclement Weather Policy
The Prime Time Seniors' Program is closed when the East Lansing Public Schools are closed for inclement weather.