Friends of New Troy Community Center

The hidden treasure of Southwest Berrien County. New Troy, Michigan offers a natural and serene setting for our community center. The forest with hiking trails back the building and provides a peaceful backdrop for yoga classes and our Friday night outdoor market. It is a beautiful space to have a wedding or family gathering. We love sharing the setting and experience with our visitors. We welcome all to the Center of The World.  

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Library Volunteers Needed

Tuesday Mornings Sept. thru May
Friday Nights

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We are thrilled to announce the return of Miss Ollie's Wiggles and Giggles Story Hour! 

 

Miss Ollie will lead pre-schoolers through stories, songs, and crafts followed by snacks on Tuesdays from 10:30-11:30 a.m. in the Esther Steckelberg Library at the Friends of New Troy Community Center. 

Our community center is located at 13372 California Road, New Troy, MI 49119.

 

No reservations are necessary, please feel free to drop in and enjoy.  

 

Story Hour is sponsored by Friends of New Troy and free to the public. 

 

 

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Learn more about our events and offerings

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Learn more about our long-term renters

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Join us on Saturday, December 4th at 5:00 p.m. as the Friends of New Troy Community Center welcomes Santa Claus to The Center of the World!

 

Caroling will take place on the front lawn as our friends at Weesaw Township Fire Department escort Santa to the center. Then we'll head to the gymnasium where youngsters can share their wishes with the man in red as Friends of New Troy provides free cookies and hot cocoa to all. See you there! 

Find Us

FRIENDS OF NEW TROY COMMUNITY CENTER
13372 CALIFORNIA ROAD, NEW TROY, MICHIGAN 49119
(269) 426-3909

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Friends of New Troy fosters community​​ by providing a welcoming, safe environment where neighbors can meet and form meaningful connections. All are welcome, regardless of gender, age, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, financial means, education or political perspective.

This 501(c)3 non-profit is politically neutral and non-religious. 

Building a community one neighbor at a time.