19 Kimball Hill Road
Hudson, NH - 03051
The Hudson Senior Center's mission is to provide a social environment to offer support, education, nutrition and entertainment for elderly persons in Hudson. It will promote the physical, intellectual, emotional and economic well being of older adults and those with disabilities. We will encourage their participation in all aspects of community life by providing the opportunities listed above. The overall mission is to enrich the quality of life and support independence and vitality for seniors...
151 Douglas Street
Manchester, NH - 03101
The William B. Cashin Senior Activity Center is a recently constructed facility with modern amenities for many of our programs. Much of the center was built and furnished by contributions by generous citizens. Among other things, the facility boasts real wood floors, kilns for firing greenware, computer lab, large general purpose rooms with fold out dividers, a pleasant indoor waiting area for the public bus stop, easy access to the public library, commercial kitchen, a lounge with fire place, a fitness room and outdoor picnic area...
133 Riddle St, 2nd Floor
Manchester, NH - 03102
Oxford House is a self-run, self-supported recovery house for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts in which shelter, food, case management, individual counseling and group support are provided. Funds might be available to cover the first month's rent and security deposit...
28 Depot Road
Hollis, NH - 03049
The Hollis Seniors Organization is open to all Hollis residents who have attained the age of 55 years. The Hollis Seniors provides an opportunity to catch up with long-time friends, to meet new people, and to get to know one another at such functions as the weekly luncheons which are held at the Lawrence Barn each Thursday from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. From September through June, these luncheons are provided by Meals on Wheels in a community dining setting at the Barn with featured speakers or community service activities. During the Summer, we still meet weekly; however, we brown-bag our own lunches; order pizza, subs, or Chinese; or make a trip to one of the many local restaurants. We also put on an annual Christmas luncheon in December as well as an annual picnic in June at some of the many function facilities located in our area...
8 Nashua Road
Pelham, NH - 03076
They offer a wide variety of programs and activities for adults over 50. In addition to the afternoon lunches Tuesday - Friday - Adults 60+; they offer health clinics, exercise classes, outings (day and multi-day) and educational opportunities. The Hobbs Community Center has a wonderful thrift store that is run by volunteers from the Pelham NH Ageing Council. The proceeds from this store go to improve their city's senior programs through the Pelham NH Council on Aging, Corp. Come see them today. In addition to receiving funding from the Town of Pelham, senior programs at the Hobbs Community Center also receive funding from the Pelham N.H. Council on Aging, Corps., area businesses and private donors. ..
25 Elm Street
Peterborough, NH - 03458
We are committed to providing the best possible recreation experience for all children, teens, adults, and senior citizens in the Town of Peterborough. All programs for seniors take place at the Peterborough Community Center...
5 Meetinghouse Hill Road
New Boston, NH - 03070
We have many program for our group of active seniors...
70 Temple Street
Nashua, NH - 03060
Our center, located at 70 Temple St. in Nashua, is a place where seniors can gather to meet friends for coffee, attend educational lectures or participate in fitness classes, interest clubs and games such as pool, backgammon, chess and checkers. We are a private, non-profit organization supported by memberships and contributions from foundations, businesses and individuals...
4 Church Street
Merrimack, NH - 03054
The Club's purpose is to serve the best interests of the town's seniors, to develop social interest and feeling of true friendship within the Club. Activities include Monday meetings, bingo, and bridge; a variety of bus trips, sewing, crafts, whist, blitz and chair yoga...
24 Church Street
Hillsboro, NH - 03244
Greater Hillsborough Senior Services (GHSS) is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) membership organization that was established in August 2014. GHSS serves all seniors in the towns of Hillsborough, Deering, Washington, East Washington, Bennington, Antrim, Winsor and Henniker; all in the Monadnock Mountain region of southern New Hampshire. GHSS exists to provide services that contribute to the well-being and independence of our senior citizens. Greater Hillsborough Senior Services reaches out to seniors to provide support, services, congregate opportunities and advocacy that help them remain active, respected and vital members of their community. We are committed to providing opportunities for all seniors, and are especially interested in the “young seniors” just reaching or approaching retirement. We have no minimum age. Many of our events will be open to all ages. We want to know what events you would like us to organize...
43 Concord St
Peterborough, NH - 03458
Free community breakfasts will be served on the 2nd and 4th Sunday mornings of each month. Serving begins at 8 AM and runs until 9:15 AM – all are welcome. Menus will change from time to time, but the coffee and tea will always be hot and there will be milk and juice for the children..
73 Main Street
Antrim, NH - 03440
Our Senior Center is open Monday to Friday from 9am to 11:45pm...
24 North Amherst Road
Bedford, NH - 03110
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