Multigenerational living is common among immigrant populations and the city of Eden Prairie now has over 24% people of color, many of whom are new immigrants. As a way to engage the immigrant senior population, the city uses city buses to transport older immigrants to the Senior Center after hours so they could experience it on their own pace. Once seniors felt comfortable in the space, they felt more confident in attending activities during regular hours, participating with fellow seniors of diverse backgrounds in woodworking, card games, trips, tours, health and wellness classes, and much more. This initiative aligns with new discourses around ageing that have redirected policy discussion from economic or welfare issues to social inclusion, and engagement (Lui, Everingham, Warburton, Cuthill, & Bartlett, 2009).