Activities

Immediate Need
419-281-1477
 

 

240 East 3rd Street
Ashland, Ohio 44805

 

FUN TRIPS AND DINNERS OUT

RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL TRIPS

-    All Trips are Weather Permitting-

No Make up Dates if the outings is cancelled due to inclement weather.

Dinner Out- Diner 39

Tues., April 4

We will be leaving the Council on Aging at 4:30 and heading to Shelby. Dinner will be at your own expense with the cost of transportation $5.00. Reservations can be made by calling 419-281-1477 or stopping in Cindy Baughman's office. They will be taken on first come first serve basis beginning March 4th after 10:00 am     (do not leave voice message).

Dinner Out- Cracker Barrrel

Tues.,- April 21

Our vans will be leaving the Council on Aging at 4:30pm and heading to the Cracker Barrel. Dinner will be at your own expense with the cost of transportation $5.00. Reservations can be made by calling  419-281-1477 or stopping in Cindy Baughman's office. They will be taken on first come first serve basis beginning March 4th after 10:00 am  (do not leave voice message).

Dinner Out- Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad

Sat.,April 18

Our vans will be leaving the Council on Aging at 7:30am and heading to Rockside to board the train. We will enjoy a 2 hour trip while being served a 3 course breakfast, raspberry smootie, pancakes with lemon-blueberry compote, hashbrowns, turkey sausage, and a lemon cream tart. The cost of this trip is $66.00 which includes the train ride, breakfast and transportation. NO refunds for this trip after April 1.  Reservations can be made by calling  419-281-1477 or stopping in Cindy Baughman's office. They will be taken on first come first serve basis beginning March 4th after 10:00am     (do not leave voice message).

Loudonville Transportation

Transportation is available on Wednesday's

with reservations from 11:00-3:00 made with Cindy by Monday of the week needing transportation. 

Thursday, March 5th- Shopping trip to Ashland

The Ashland County Council on Aging is non-discriminatory in services and employment.  Services and programs are funded by local, state, and federal dollars, United Way, grants, and the provision from the Older Americans Act for voluntary contributions for services.