The Center is free to the public and will be programmed by Millennium Development, a local organization which will host fitness, exercise, nutrition and healthy lifestyle classes for seniors and active adults. They will also offer cultural and art programs such as painting, photography, music, knitting and crocheting. Computer learning classes will consist of navigating the internet and instruction on the use of video chatting like Skype to communicate with out of town friends and family. Youth programs will also be hosted by Millennium, such as inter generational tutoring and mentoring, computer classes, cultural and recreational programming and youth leadership groups. Millennium Development has previously hosted similar classes at the Salt Marsh Nature Center.