Pleasant View Senior Center - Senior Center in East Longmeadow MA
Senior Centers Nearby
The Senior Center is currently open Monday through Friday from 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.
The Longmeadow Adult Center is a community-based center in Longmeadow which affirms the dignity and potential of older people. The Center fosters respect, independence and personal growth for each individual. As a community resource, it provides access to supportive services and programs. Residents
The Agawam Council on Aging is dedicated to meeting the information, service, and recreation needs of older adults in our community. The Council on Aging and Senior Center provide a place to promote a spirit of healthy, positive, aging through education and activities for all seniors, their families
The West Springfield Council on Aging & Senior Center’s Mission & Core Values: To enhance the quality of life of adults regardless of age, income, race, ethnicity, religion or sexual orientation by offering services & recreational opportunities. We agree to the following core values in our workpla
The Chicopee Senior Center, administered by the Chicopee Council on Aging, is a municipal office providing services to Chicopee residents 60 years or older, to their younger spouses and to those providing care to older persons.
The Wilbraham Council on Aging/Senior Center is located at 45B Post Office Park. The Senior Center welcomes all seniors to participate in our programs. Most are free of charge, but a few do have a minimal fee. The Senior Center offers social services/outreach to senior citizens and their families. T
Prior to 2013, seniors in Holyoke gathered in the basement of the War Memorial Building, the old site of the Council on Aging. Our new Senior Center is bright, colorful, welcoming and has quickly filled with seniors, their families, and caregivers, taking part in a multitude of activities. Visit our
The mission of the Monson Council on Aging is to identify and provide comprehensive programs and social and support services that enrich the quality of life for Monson’s older adults and their families while also benefitting the well-being of the general community.
The senior center is a drop-in center open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Stop by for coffee, snacks and conversation with other seniors. Coffee is only 50 cents. A daily newspaper is available for your enjoyment.
The mission of the Palmer COA / Senior Center is to identify the total needs of the senior population, to promote and encourage new and existing activities, to provide services and education to enhance the quality of life for elders and to assist elders to age with dignity and independence.