The Johnston Senior Center opened in March, 2007 at its new location on Hartford Avenue, which is the site of the…More former El Morocco Dinner Club. Along with a dining room, gift shop, and craft room, the center also includes a card and billiards room, library and computer lab.
Services provided by the center include support groups; tax preparation; exercise classes; computer instruction; Meals on Wheels; and trips to nearby casinos and other attractions. Members can also participate in night and weekend activities, both at the center and at locations around Rhode Island.
Director Tony Zompa, a 34-year veteran of the Rhode Island Department of Elderly Affairs, has helmed the center since 2002.
Cherry Hill Pre-School 10 Waterman Ave, Johnston, RI02919 The school, opened in 1987 by owner Cheryl Lee Curcio, is a one-room school house. Its small size, and thus small…More classes, allows for more personal attention to be paid to its young students. The curriculum deals with building a child's motor and readiness skills without the assistance of computers or electronic devices. The school also focuses on building a child's social skills within peer groups while meeting pre-kindergarten criteria. There is free, on-street parking in this residential location.