Fishers Freebirds: 50 & Better
Fishers Freebirds Club
Calling all empty nesters, or Freebirds as we like to call them! Whether you’re looking for a book club, pickleball clinic, euchre club, or art class, this monthly social club for ages fifty and better offers residents the opportunity to socialize, meet new friends, and get involved in the community.
NEW TIME! Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month from 10 - 11:30 a.m. at The Ambassador House. Each meeting will feature a new activity or exciting guest speaker.
- October 2: Coffee with a Cause - bring a canned food item to donate
- November 6: Game Day - bring a game or play one of ours
- December 4: Holiday Crafts
NEW! Freebirds Beginner Bridge Lessons
Tuesdays, October 1 – December 10 | 9:30 AM - Noon
Billericay Park | Free
In partnership with the Indiana Bridge Foundation, join us for weekly bridge lessons to learn the game or refresh your skills. New students will be accepted through the second week of lessons. Register by email or call 317-701-8959.
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Fishers Fire & Emergency Services
Fire and Emergency Services staff is available to provide a complimentary blood pressure check at any fire station when staff is not on a call.
Hamilton County Express Bus
Janus Developmental Services, Inc. operates an affordable, on demand public transit system for Hamilton County. The Hamilton County Express Bus is available to meet the transportation needs of individuals with disabilities, as well as the general public. For additional information, please call 317-773-2688.
Meals on Wheels
Meals on Wheel's of Hamilton County is available to anyone who is physically or mentally unable to prepare a meal for themselves, regardless of age or income. Clients can request assistance themselves or be referred by their physician, a family member, church pastor, or hospital discharge personnel.
Morning Call Network
The Fishers Police Department manages the Morning Call Network, a telephone reassurance program for seniors in Fishers who live alone, are disabled, or home bound. The program provides seniors with a daily telephone call, letting them know that someone is checking on them and that the community cares.