Cafe 628 springs to life at the Council on Aging
The Council on Aging is getting into the breakfast business, at least once a month.
On August 9, the Council opened its new gourmet breakfast bar, called “Cafe 628,” for its first group of customers during a special, free breakfast.
Everything was handmade by Council on Aging staff, and a dedicated group of volunteers.
Council on Aging staff came up with the idea to provide a social space for seniors to enjoy a gourmet meal.
“It’s to provide a nice, social venue,” said Activity Coordinator Nancy Miller.
The inaugural breakfast proved popular, with 34 people attending the full event.
Cafe 628 will open every month on the second Friday of the month from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. The cost is $4 in advance.