Somerville Council On Aging - Holland Street Center - Senior Center in Somerville MA
Senior Centers Nearby
The North Cambridge Senior Center offers seniors an exciting schedule of social and recreational activities.
The general mandate of the Medford Council on Aging is to be the primary advocate for Medford’s older adults. To that end, the Council evaluates, promotes, encourages and provides new and existing services that are intended to enhance the quality of the lives of elder residents. The Council provid
The Arlington Council on Aging values the diversity of our participants, staff, volunteers, and the Arlington community. We strive to model and promote a welcoming environment by embracing our aging community including differences in race, socioeconomic status, cultural background, sexual orientati
The Somerville Council on Aging supports older adults in their efforts to maintain their independence by enhancing growth, dignity, and a sense of belonging in mind, body, and spirit while they age in place. We have a responsibility to provide access to fitness, health, and wellness activities, soci
The Somerville Council on Aging supports older adults in their efforts to maintain their independence by enhancing growth, dignity, and a sense of belonging in mind, body, and spirit while aging in place. We provide access to fitness, health, and wellness activities, socialization opportunities, edu
Located in Central Square, the Citywide Senior Center serves as a "one stop” multi-service center for seniors living in Cambridge and the surrounding area.
More than a senior center, the Beech Street Center offers a wide range of activities, resources, and information for seniors and "boomers" in the Belmont area as well as staging many community-based events and programs.
The John and Christina Markey Malden Senior Community Center is located at 7 Washington Street. The Malden Senior Community Center serves people aged 60+ from the City of Malden and its surrounding communities. We strive to provide programs and services that: Stimulate your mind; Keep you active; an
The Watertown Council on Aging/Senior Center provides a variety of social, health, educational, recreational, advocacy and support programs designed to help Watertown’s older adults age well in the community. The Senior Center is accessible for individuals with physical disabilities, and is equipp
Whether you’re intetrested in learning a new language or craft, sharing your opinions, playing games, singing, dancing, getting help with your computer, socializing, or something else, you can find others who share your interests at the Jenks Center.
Mission: To empower older adults to live with purpose, independence, and dignity by providing social, health and nutritional support.
Milano Center was constructed by converting and expanding the historic Beebe Estate Carriage House, circa 1897 and re-opening in 1995. Each year, close to 1,000 participants attend the over 20,000 social, recreational, health and educational programs offered at the center.
Activities for citizens 60 years of age and older and those with disabilities, can be found at the new Community Center at 39 Marrett Road. Activities for Seniors are supported by the Council on Aging board, appointed by the Town Manager, and the Friends of the Council on Aging, a group who raises f
The mission of the Department of Senior Services is to optimize quality of life for older adults and those who support them through welcoming, respectful and meaningful opportunities that engage and value older people, and empower them to remain independent and to be important assets in our communit
Waltham Council on Aging shall promote individual input seeking support for elder services through legislation, grant proposals and activity in policy making; to identify the needs of the community's elderly population and available resources to meet such needs; to educate the community at large in