Libertyville Senior Center - Senior Center in Libertyville IL
Senior Centers Nearby
The Grayslake Senior Center opened in October of 2002. The Center operates under an agreement between the Village and Catholic Charities for the management of the facility. They provide recreational programming activities for seniors in the area.
The mission on Park Place is to encourage the independence and well-being of adults age 55 and better by providing health and fitness opportunities, recreational programs, transportation options, trips events and support services.
The Mission of Dickinson Hall is to offer adults educational, social and cultural opportunities as well as services fostering independence, involvement and continued personal growth, in a welcoming and dynamic environment. Dickinson Hall serves as the hub of activity and services for older adults in
Wondering what to do for fun? Want a place to socialize with people your own age? Become a member of the Round Lake Area Park District Senior Center, a program for adults age 50 and over. Daily drop-in activities, programs, trips, guest speakers and services are all part of the excitement that await
Ela Township “55 Plus” is dedicated to providing the highest quality recreational, social and supportive services to adults 55 and older residing in Ela Township. It is our goal to foster a warm environment where individuals can explore and enjoy activities and services designed to meet the need
Located at 375 Elm Street, this beautiful Deerfield Center is home to a membership base of well over 700 active senior adults. Featuring a wide array of classes, events and excursions, members can select from a wide variety of programming offered throughout the week, on evenings and larger special e
The Highland Park Senior Center is a Division of the City of Highland Park created in 1976 to meet the needs of the community’s senior population. The Division of Senior Services provides health, recreational, cultural, educational and counseling services to the City’s senior population. The div
The Barrington Area Council on Aging promotes vibrant, healthy aging by providing activities, education, and support to adults and caregivers. BACOA is the vital resource helping adults, families, and caregivers seek out for information and support as a partner on the aging journey. Our services and
The Antioch Senior Center is a multi-purpose drop in center open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. It is located at 817 Holbek Drive, behind the Fire and Rescue Squad Building on Orchard Street. Anyone age 60 and over is welcome to attend. The center is administered by the Village of