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Active adults have enjoyed the programs and support services offered at Next for over 37 years. We continue to evolve to meet the diverse interests of today’s residents over the age of 50. We offer more educational programming to stimulate your mind, additional art classes to ignite a passion, more fitness to strengthen your body and more travel than ever before to explore new destinations. Check out our current newsletter to see huge variety of all we offer to keep you active and connected!  

Next also offers support services that focus on allowing older adults to live independently and age in place. The support service department provides information and referrals, transportation services, nutritional support and much, much more.
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Springdale: Mondays 9:37 a.m.
Regular players and subs are needed.
Lincoln Hills: Wednesdays 10:30 a.m.
Only subs are needed.
1976 S. Telegraph Rd., Bloomfield Hills
Joe Portfilio, PGA Golf Professional
Cost: $45 member/ $50 non-member, pre-register in Next office.
Tuesdays 2:30 – 3:30 pm
May 5 Set-up: Grip, posture and stance, full swing irons
May 12 Short game: Pitching, chipping and putting
May 19 Long game: Driver, fairway woods and hybrids
For players of all abilities. Bring your clubs. Class size limited.


June 1 at Lincoln Hills Golf Course
Cost: One golfer is just $75 for 9 holes and dinner. Dinner only is just $25. Registration begins at 12:00 noon and Shotgun start at 1:00 p.m.
The day includes: 9 Holes of golf with a cart, 4-person scramble format, a Silent Auction of amazing items, dinner and beverage, Longest Drive, Closest to the Pin, and Putting Contest, a Raffle, Prizes, and more!
Please support this important fundraiser for Next while enjoying a day on the links.
Contact Next at 248-203-5270 for more information. Spots are going fast so be sure to sign up in the Next office today!Click here to download registration form...

Speaker Series - PEOPLE OF POMPEII

May 7 6:00 p.m.
Professor of Anthropology Mary Meier, from Macomb Community College, has spent years digging and researching the City of Pompeii and will bring the residents of this doomed city to life through a fascinating presentation of their day to day existence. She will discuss the food, drink, and daily activities of a typical resident of Pompeii.

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