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Senior Centers Nearby
The Wilmington Jaycees Foundation through its Multi-Purpose Center invites all seniors age 60 and older to participate in the different programs that they offer to promote a healthy, safe and recreational environment for our seniors.
Staff at Silverado Park Senior Center is committed to maintaining a safe and productive environment for people 50 years of age and over participating in senior programming.
Bartlett Center is open daily and provides a full range of programs and services. Activities include special interest classes, weekday hot lunches for a nominal fee, exercise and dance classes, card playing, shuffleboard, pool shooting, lapidary shop, singing groups, and more! Information on social
The office of the Senior Citizens Bureau is located in the Kiyoto “Ken” Nakaoka Community Center at 1670 W. 162nd Street and their phone number is (310) 217-9552. The Senior Citizens Bureau is under the umbrella of the Human Services Division and provides a variety of services to the community i
The Senior Citizen’s Division of the City’s Recreation Department is housed in the Douglas F. Dollarhide Community Center. It operates Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. A variety of programs and services are available for senior citizens 55 years of age and older.
Our staff is committed to maintaining a safe and productive environment for people 50 years of age and over participating in Senior Programming.
Staff at Chavez Park Senior Center is committed to maintaining a safe and productive environment for people 50 years of age and over participating in senior programming.
Staff at California Recreation Center’s Senior Center is Committed to maintaining a safe and productive environment for people 50 years of age and over participating in Senior Programming
Willowbrook Senior Center serves the Willowbrook, Athens and Westmont unincorporated communities in the second Supervisorial District. Center staff network with other County departments and non-profit agencies to provide comprehensive information and referrals. The programs and services offered at t
The City acquired this 75,000 sq. ft. former General Telephone and Telegraph building and parking lot in 1977 with funding from Community Development Block Grants. Due to the building's age and its heavy use as a recreational and health services venue, the re have been several repairs to the heating
The Perry Park Senior Center is a 2,334 sq. ft. facility containing a 1,536 sq. ft. large multi-purpose room (capacity 231 assembly and 106 dining), 600 sq. ft. kitchen/multi-purpose room, and an office/card room (198 sq. ft.). Restrooms are shared with the adjoining Morris Scout House. The building
The Department of Recreation and Parks operates 29 senior citizen centers throughout the City. In addition, these centers offer activities, programs, and special events such as shuffleboard, croquet, arts and crafts, zumba, line dancing, language lessons, oil painting, entertainment, and social dan
The Weingart Senior Center, located near the corner of Lakewood and Candlewood, is full of activities and services for seniors. You must be at least 50 years of age to participate in the recreational activities. Seniors age 60 and older may take part in the low cost lunches served at 11:30 a.m., Mon