Virtual Programs Guide

New! HoCo50+ Virtual Fitness Pass 


Cover of the Virtual Programs Guide May 2021 
NEW! May 2021 Virtual Programs Guide 
Korean American Virtual Programs Guide

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball has announced the resumption of limited, in-person services for all 50+ Centers at 50% capacity effective Friday, April 30, 2021.   

Most services at 50+ centers will be offered by appointment only, including:   

  • Maryland Access Point (MAP) information and assistance;    
  • State Health Insurance Program Counseling (SHIP);    
  • Exercise and nutrition consultations;    
  • Fitness equipment rooms;   
  • AARP tax assistance; and    
  • Grab & go meal distribution.    

Social activities such as discussion groups, lifelong learning, art and DIY activities, billiards, pickleball, walking groups, and health and wellness offerings will have phased returns with limited capacity and new protocols for staff and participants to minimize the transmission of the COVID-19 virus.  

For our residents and program registrants, we will continue to offer virtual programs to engage, inspire and motivate older adults. This includes exercise classes in various formats and levels as well as lifelong learning and creative opportunities.


Click here for information and registration details on our May virtual programs, and the new HoCo50+ Virtual Fitness Pass.