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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 that back the building provides a peaceful backdrop for yoga classes and our monthly Gather & 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.  


Services offered during the center's hours:
Free WiFi and a quiet workspace

Lending book, game, and puzzle library
Little Free Pantry access
Public restrooms
-All guests please check-in & report to host-


Pickleball is free and open to the public on Monday nights from 5:30-7:00 p.m. Beginners are welcome and encouraged to come at 5:30 p.m. for lessons in gameplay and rules. 


On Tuesday mornings, Miss Ollie's Wiggles and Giggles Story Hour mixes story time with movement, games, crafts, snacks, and a whole lot of fun. Offered free to the community and open to children ages 3 and up. A parent or a guardian must stay with their child for the duration of the story hour.  

Our annual Coat Drive is underway! You will find brand new and gently used clean coats under the canopy of the community center entrance. 

If you could use a warm coat for the upcoming snow, please help yourself! If you're doing some winter cleaning and have gently used coats to share, please feel free to drop them off. 

The coat drive will be accessible 24/7 and run throughout the winter. 

Elizabeth Nuti's Skybird Yoga has a new Winter schedule! She is now offering classes three times a week, in the Community Room, on Fridays, Saturdays, and Tuesdays at Friends of New Troy Community Center. 

Please note that Elizabeth is a long-term renter. Her yoga classes are independent of FoNT's programming. 


To stay up-to-date with Elizabeth's schedule and special events please visit her website at 

To learn more about Elizabeth's contributions to FoNT click here. 




On Saturday, February 11th, Friends of New Troy volunteers are bringing our most requested event to the community center. Gather, Shop & Sled will be an indoor flea market, and with a little luck and snow, the sled hill will be open for business, too!


The market will be hosted in our Multi-Purpose Room (Gym) from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. We will be offering complimentary coffee, hot chocolate, and water. We will share a vendor roster and items for sale on our socials once applications are in and the market is set! 


Vendors/Dealers: Friends of New Troy will provide the table and you provide the goods! In the Gather & tradition, we are waiving the table/booth fee and simply asking for the donation of a non-perishable food item for our Little Free Food Pantry or a cash donation to our Gathering Fund. All other details are available in the Vendor/Dealer Application and Waiver. Vendors must fill out an application and waiver and register by Thursday, February 9th to ensure their space. The applications are available online or by visiting a community center host during our regular staff hours which run Monday - Thursday 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. and Friday - Saturday from 10:00 a.m - Noon.


Friends of New Troy Community Center is located at 13372 California Road, New Troy, MI 49119. We are a volunteer-run organization that relies on donations and fundraising to renovate, maintain, and help grow our area's only community center. If you enjoy events like our Gather & Events, Run to The Center of the World, Ollie Jane's Wiggles and Giggles Story Hour, Weesaw Township Historical Room, please consider contributing to Friends of New Troy today.


Please click below to register for the event. Any questions should be directed to Marlene at


Find Us

(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. 

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