Derry Recreation Senior Program - Senior Center in Derry NH
Senior Centers Nearby
The Londonderry Senior Center was organized to provide programs and information to Londonderry seniors to support and promote financial and social independence. The Senior Center also provides educational classes, support groups, and many opportunities for local seniors to meet their peers.
The Windham Seniors, Inc. was established to provide for the social and recreational needs of senior citizens in Windham and our adjoining towns. While other area communities provide these types of services through the Town government, we are able to offer them with little or no cost to the taxpayer
A social organization established in 1975 that meets every Thursday at 1 PM for informational programs, recreational and social activity, refreshments and fellowship. The Massabesic Seniors Club meets at Longmeadow Church on the corner of Wilson's Crossing Road.
The Chester Senior Citizens club was founded in 1976 and is now over forty years old! Please join us for Coffee Hour on Tuesdays at 9:00 am at the Wason Pond Community Center, 603 Raymond Road. There is always a representative of the Chester Seniors there for new members to come and enjoy the Cente
Ingram Senior Center offers a variety of programs for the elderly, lunch and meals on wheels.
The Vic Geary Senior Center provides a friendly environment for seniors to meet and enjoy each others company. Serving Atkinson, Danville, Hampstead, Kingston, Newton, Newton Junction, Plaistow and Sandown
Ray-Fre was established in 1968, when the Raymond and Fremont senior centers decided to combine. In 1971, as membership grew, a permanent place to meet was needed. The old A&P at 64 Main St., Raymond was purchased and has been used as a senior center ever since. By-Laws and Rules and Regulations wer
The Epping Watson Academy Senior Citizens Club has been incorporated since October, 1999.Our home is the Watson Academy Building. The purpose of the Club is to provide entertainment, leisure, and educational opportunities for citizens over the age of 55. One of the Club’s primary goals is to “gi
Located at 30 Court Street in historic Exeter, the Senior Citizens Center provides a meeting space for community organizations and hosts activities such as bingo, crafts, exercise classes and bridge games each day of the week. Transportation and meal delivery services are also available through Meal
Mission: To provide leisure services for Seabrook residents of all ages and interests by promoting programs which encourage the development of healthy bodies, minds and attitudes.