Mcwherter Senior Center - Senior Center in Memphis TN
Senior Centers Nearby
The Orange Mound Community Service Center Complex is made up of a Community Center and Senior Center.
Recreation for the Active Adult Age 50 Years and Older.
Do you like to dance or would you like to learn more about computers? How about learn how to frame pictures? Here at the J.K. Lewis Senior Center we offer it all. We would love to see you in one of our many classes or socializing with your friends at one of our weekly dances.
The Ruth Tate Senior Center was originally named the South Memphis Senior Center and was the first senior center in Memphis. Founded in 1978, the center was located in the basement of a church, where seniors gathered to enjoy activities such as art classes and piano lessons. As the center continued
In North Memphis, the percentage of the population age 60 and older is rising at a much faster rate than all other age groups. The percentage of senior citizens living in the neighborhood has increased by 30% in the past 15 years. In partnership with the City of Memphis and MIFA, Oasis of Hope runs
The Frayser-Raleigh Senior Center opened in March 1992. It is a multipurpose senior center which provides social, recreation and educational events, in addition to nutrition and health services to individuals aged 55 and up. Programming is planned exclusively for seniors to help enriching quality of
Provides activities that focus on preventing institutionalization. Secures and coordinates services for seniors with assistance from volunteers and community agencies. Provides socialization for individuals 55 years and older to alleviate isolation and assist the individual in maintaining self-suffi
The City of Lakeland welcomes all area seniors 55+ to the Lakeland Senior Center, located on the picturesque grounds of I.H. Managerial Park. Our goal is to meet the social, recreational, and educational needs of senior residents in our community in an environment that is fun, safe, inclusive, and c
The Arlington Senior Citizens Center opened in the fall of 2003 to serve as a gathering place for Arlington's Senior Citizens. The building is a replica of Arlington's original railroad depot station from the late 1800's known as "Withe Depot". Seniors (ages 50 and over) meet at the center to enjoy