Kuna Senior Center remains OPEN Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays from 8:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. with Ada County and Central District Health measures in place. We’re operating with bus services, sit-down dining, and a full schedule of events and activities. Center health precautions include front desk temperature checks, social distance seating, available hand sanitizers, and daily sanitizing of all touched surfaces.
The City of Kuna installed new parking curbs and signs in the gravel lot across the street on North Ave B. Please note the marked parking spaces for ‘senior’ parking Mondays-Wednesdays-Fridays 8 a.m.-1 p.m. We have a number of local seniors with mobility issues who appreciate being able to park close to the entrance. The paved lot next to the Senior Center is used five days a week for open hours and bus trips.
Due to Covid restrictions, we will not accept gift shop nor lending library donations. Your cash donations are always appreciated to support Center programs. Please, do NOT drop off donations at our front door as we are limited to disposing of them. The Idaho Youth Ranch and St. Vincent’s de Paul thrift stores in Meridian as well as the Melba Valley Senior Center Cottage Thrift Shoppe accept clean, quality household donations.
The Kuna Senior Center bus safely runs five days a week with health precautions in place. Please reserve your seat in advance for weekday pick-ups, drop-offs, shopping, medical appointments and field trips. Call (208) 880-0556 for bus information and seat reservations
Flex-Stretch exercises now take place at 11 a.m. most Mondays and Fridays. Bring your own stretch band or we’ll provide one for you. Safe and body-friendly exercises keeping senior legs and arms loose and limber. Another good reason to join Kuna Senior Center.
Community CA$H Bingo every Saturday with doors opening 4:30 p.m. and games starting 6 p.m. Open seating; so, please, no saving tables until you’re all ready to sit for play. Donate cans or packages of food to the Kuna Food Bank and receive ‘bonus bingo’ play cards. No Saturday potluck due to health restrictions. You may bring your own snacks & foods for personal consumption and household sharing. Sodas, waters and daubers are available for purchase.
The Kuna Senior Center bus safely operates five days a week with health precautions in place. You must reserve your seat in advance for weekday pick-ups/drop-offs, shopping, medical appointments, and field trips.
Kuna Senior Center’s membership annual dues are $5 for new and current member renewals. If you’re not a member – or know a local senior who isn’t – stop by for a tour, enjoy a free cup of coffee or tea and pick up a new member packet. Only member requirement is being 60 years of age or older. Current members, please update your information sheet and emergency contact on file when renewing.
Center activities include cards, pool, free bingo, live entertainment, exercise, lending library, gift shop, speakers, and lunches. Please check the event calendar and weekly “Senior News” on page two of the KUNA-MELBA NEWS.
Bus service provides pick-ups/returns for six passengers only on a first-come/first-served basis Mondays-Wednesdays-Fridays. Bus riders are required to wear face coverings and use provided hand sanitizer prior to boarding. Please call (208) 880-0556 with questions, trip information and reservations.
Please call the Center at (208) 922-9714 regarding any Senior in the Kuna area needing assistance.
Sit-down lunch and beverage service available Mondays – Wednesdays – Fridays 11:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Take-out available for anyone not desiring indoor dining. Please call (208)-922-9714 to arrange pick-up. Suggested donation remains $4/age 60+, $6/under 60, ten-meal coupon book $35; provide exact change or Metro Meals On Wheels coupon. Home-delivered meals continue through Meals On Wheels; please call (208) 321-0031 for information on eligibility and pricing.
Are you – or someone you know – an avid bingo player? Community CA$H Bingo is Saturday evenings, with doors opening at 4:30 p.m. and gaming at 6 p.m. Open seating; so, please, no saving tables until you’re ready to sit for play. Donate cans or packages of food for the Kuna Food Bank and receive bonus bingo play cards. While there is no potluck due to health restrictions; you may bring your own snacks for personal consumption and household sharing.
What can we do for you? The Kuna Senior Center safely provides activities, bus services, field trips, foot-care clinics, haircuts, blood pressure checks, live entertainment, lunches, and Saturday CA$H Bingo. Is there anything else we may be doing for local Seniors? Have a neighbor, friend, or family member living in the greater Kuna area over age 60? Bring them by for a free cup of coffee and a tour. Your ideas and suggestions always appreciated.
New processes are now in place for us to accept gift store or lending library donations. You must call the Center to set up an appointment during open hours on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for us to review your clean and usable household donations. We are unable to accept electronics, appliances, large furniture, or food. Do NOT drop donations at our front door as we are limited to disposing of them. Cash donations supporting Kuna Senior Center are always appreciated.
Please call the Center at (208) 922-9714 regarding any Kuna-area Senior needing assistance.