Council on Aging
61 Center ST
Jack Ferren got seniors, Rotartians and the Interact Kids all moving with a Congo Line, the Hokey Pokey and various other dances at the Annual Rotary Valentine Dinner Dance in February.
In addition to daily opportunities for social interaction, the senior center offers exercise classes, billiards, cards, board games, low-cost lunch, educational lectures, social outings to community and cultural events, social service information and assistance, financial assistance, transportation services, and health and wellness programs.
Highlighted Upcoming Events
March 12 Family Feud with Laura Blair of Lexington Health Care @ 1:00pm
March 20 Lecture Series with Richard St. Pierre 6:30pm
March 16 Student Council Annual Spring Fling 12:00-3:00pm
March 19 Cost of Aging Independently 1:00pm
March 19 Wednesday Night Supper with Lester's Barbecue 5:00pm By Reservation Only
March 26 Effects of Domestic Violence on Relationships and Mental Health 12:00pm
April 8 Senior Prom ($5) at Hilton Garden Inn 6:00-10:00pm