12 Rowell Drive
Franklin, NH - 03235
Welcome to the Twin Rivers Intergenerational Program, aka the "TRIP Center," located in the lovely re-stored Bessie Rowell Community Center. We have a wide variety of exciting and fun programs designed to help you enjoy life to the fullest! Exercise, recreation, wellness, education, games, and good food help to keep both mind and body fit. Our reliable wheel-chair accessible bus can pick you up at your door, bring you to the center for the day, and back home again. The TRIP Center is a warm and welcoming place where we strive to live well and laugh very often!..
8 Whitten Street
Allenstown, NH - 03275
The Suncook Senior Center provides a warm and caring environment where memories are made and friendships are created. It is a place where friends, old and new, gather together for a great meal, music, "dinner and a movie," or friendly competitive games such as cribbage or Klunk. Our friendly Suncook senior participants welcome new folks with a smile, and are eager to include them in the fun...
76 Community Drive
Penacook, NH - 03303
At PCC, our older adult members are active! We enjoy meals together, a chance to be physically active, there are learning opportunities and a variety of outings and fun activities. Most importantly, its a place to see friends new and old and connect with a supportive community. Cost is just $45 per year for adults 55+ and members 90+ are free. One of our most popular offerings is our Lunch and Learn Program. Each week, in conjunction with the Merrimack County Community Action Program, the seniors are served a nutritious meal and then partake in an educational presentation. Our seniors also spend time with the PCC youth community through Intergenerational Programs such as our Story-Art Hour and award-winning Bingo Buddy...
51 Hall Avenue
Henniker, NH - 03242
Our Active Living program is dynamic, offering older adults in our community the opportunity to engage with others and embrace wellness through a wide variety of activities. Through health & fitness initiatives, educational workshops, dining experiences, cultural programs, leisure activities, games, outings, crafts, and community service, older adults have a fun and supportive avenue to socialize and be vibrant. Currently our Active Living program has grown to serve approximately 375 folks in a given year...
41 Houston Drive
Contoocook, NH - 03229
The Slusser Center opened on November 3, 2007, thanks to the generosity of Gene and Anne Slusser. It is a public building owned by the Town of Hopkinton, and is operated under the Recreation Department and under the direction of the Recreation Director. The Center's primary use is for senior residents, aged 50 years or older...
74 Main Street
Pittsfield, NH - 03263
Founded in 1972, the Pittsfield Area Senior Center (PASC) is located in the historic community center of the quaint town, famous for its beautiful landscapes, farmland, country settings, and the famous hot air balloon festival held every August. The Senior Center is an inviting place for Suncook Valley seniors to gather, socialize, eat, and enjoy improved health and well-being. Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. ..
134 East Main Street
Bradford, NH - 03221
Located in the scenic New Hampshire town of Bradford, just outside the Lake Sunapee region, the Mountain View Senior Center offers a wide range of opportunities for active seniors in the ten towns in the area they serve. They are here to serve the needs of all the elderly, and they can be exactly what you have been looking for! Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. ..
15 High Street
Danbury, NH - 03230
The Danbury Community Center is run by our staff and our fantastic volunteers who work to make the town of Danbury a better place to live in!..
37 Pleasant Street
New London, NH - 03257
Our mission: To promote, develop, and reinforce programs that support and enhance the health, well-being, dignity, and independence of older people in the nine towns of the greater Kearsarge area...
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