MSAC Remains Closed for Group Programs Until At Least March 15
MSAC is closed to the public for group programs through at least mid-February, based on recent COVID-19 guidance from the State and City. Until further notice, no in-person group classes, activities, or customer service is possible, and though we're still answering phones and emails, some staff are working remotely. Exceptions are scheduled foot care clinics and upcoming AARP tax clinics inside our building for one-on-one masked service. FEAST at Home delivery continues and FEAST To-Go service is curbside now at the side door. None of our drop-in groups will meet at or outside MSAC. Winter classes are all online. We will announce updates in our e-letters, website, Facebook and FPF.
Thank you for your patience and understanding. We hope everyone stays safe and as well-connected as possible during these challenging times. Please call us if we can help.
The State's June 2020 Guidance for Re-opening Senior Centers during COVID-19 is here:
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