Senioripaku - Espoo's Elderly People’s Van

Senioripaku, Elderly People’s Van brings enjoyable activities to elderly people in Espoo. Senioripaku offers elderly people guidance, expert-led guided exercise, a varied arts and culture program and real moments of togetherness. Activities are part of the 50 years of the City of Espoo jubilee content.

The summer season of 2022 has ended. Thank you for participating in the activities!

Senioripaku plants tulips near you!

Espoo residents have been hoping for more beauty in their surroundings. Senioripaku does its part to fulfil this wish by organising planting events in the autumn. The events are made possible by the Healthy Espoo programme.

Espoo’s Senioripaku brings tulips to your neighbourhood in the form of pop-up events between 25 and 28 October 2022.

Join us as we plant flowers in the yard of your local service centre for senior citizens and create bouquets in honour of Espoo’s 50th anniversary as a city.

The programme also includes other activities, and coffee and buns will be served.

Service centers and timetables:

Tuesday 25.10. Leppävaaran elä ja asu –keskus, Säterinkatu 3, from 10.00-12.00

Tuesday 25.10. Viherlaakson Muistipalvelukeskus, Kuusiniemi 13-15, from 13.00-15.00

Wednesday 26.10 Taavin Muistipalvelukeskus, Nauhakuja 2, from 10.00-12.00

Wednesday 26.10 Kauklahden elä ja asu –keskus, Hansakartano 4, from 13.00-15.00

Thursday 27.10. Soukan palvelukeskus, Soukankaari 7, from 10.00-12.00

Thursday 27.10 Espoonlahden hoivakoti, Merikansantie 4 C, from 13.00-15.00

Friday 28.10 Tunaberg seniorhem, Etuniemenniitty 4, from 14.00-15.00


Sign up for the tulip planting at: link)

About Senioripaku

Senioripaku operates in order to fill gaps in the existing services for senior citizens offered by the city. This initiative is carried out through teamwork between services for the elderly, sports and culture services, as well as institutions, volunteer workers and the elderly themselves, who take part in the development of the program. Senioripaku is part of the Healthy Espoo development programme.

The idea was developed as part of the Seniorit Tikissä -project at universities for Applied Sciences in the capital area.

Photo: Eemeli Sarka, Omnipress
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