Subscribing to The Times Newsletter


The Times, the official newsletter for the Edina Senior Center, is available electronically or a printed copy can be mailed to your home.

Changes for 2023

Starting in 2023, anyone who wants a printed copy will need to subscribe. Even if you currently receive The Times in the mail, you will need to subscribe to continue receiving it. This applies to both residents and people who live outside Edina.

Subscriptions will be free for Edina residents. People who live outside Edina will pay $50 a year for a 10-issue subscription ($50 total). 

Electronic copies, in PDF format, will remain free to anyone. 

Have The Times mailed to you

  • Sign up for it via our Parks & Recreation registration site. If you haven’t registered for a program before, it’s free and quick to create an account. Helpful assistance is available via the How to Register link on the Welcome tab. 
  • If you prefer to mail in your subscription, a form you can cut out, fill in and mail will be in the November/December issue of The Times.
  • All subscriptions will be for one year, starting in January.
  • Please sign up by Dec. 12 to ensure you receive the January issue.

Ways to view The Times online for free

  • Click on the "Newsletter (PDF)" link at the top of any page of the Edina Senior Center website.
  • Get an email with a link to the latest issue each time one is published. 
    • If you already receive an email that looks like this, you’re on the  email list and don’t need to do anything.
    • If you don't already get that email and would like to sign up, fill out the form below to be added to the list.

Email List Signup for The Times (do not use for mail subscription)

PRIVACY NOTICE: Under M.S. 13.356, your email address is private data. If you do not provide an email address, you will not receive The Times in your email. Your email address will be available to anyone with a work assignment that reasonably requires access.

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Questions or Problems Subscribing?

If you have trouble or questions, please stop by the Senior Center front desk.