330 West Mifflin Street
Madison, WI - 53703
On Jun. 26, 1983, the Madison Senior Center (MSC) opened its doors to the public. It was a historic achievement, one that took over eight years and one million dollars to accomplish. The Senior Center was the first building in the city designed to serve the needs and goals of Madisons older generations. Extensive surveying was done early in the building process to ensure that those needs and goals would be met in the centers design, operations and resources. The completion of the Madison Senior Center was part of the larger Capitol Centre project originally proposed by Mayor Paul Soglin. This massive undertaking replaced two parking lots with 200 units of elderly housing, apartments, a parking ramp, supermarket, and yes - the Senior Center. Despite criticisms, Mayor Soglin and later his successor Mayor Skornicka believed in the plan and pushed forward. Generous donations from the Madison Rotary Foundation, United Madison Community Foundation, William E. and Edna Walker Fund for the Elderly, Thomas E. Brittingham Sr. Madison Trust, CUNA Mutual Insurance Group Charitable Foundation, Oscar Mayer Foundation, Cremer Foundation and First Wisconsin National Bank helped ensure the success of the project. Today the Madison Senior Center continues its mission to promote successful aging. The center welcomes 40,000 visitors annually, and offers close to 3,000 events each year. 300 volunteers of all ages help to staff our programming, and over 200 donors support our center annually...
108 Paoli Street
Verona, WI - 53593
The Verona Senior Center provides many services to area seniors such as: Nutritious meals on site; Home delivered meals; Transportation; Case management, outreach and referral services; Educational presentations; Wellness Nurse / health monitoring; Support groups; Exercise, Art, & MATC classes; Social and recreational programs and activities; Volunteer opportunities..
301 Blankenheim Lane
Sun Prairie, WI - 53590
From it's origins as a social outlet for seniors in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin to being a comprehensive provider of social services for people age 55 and over, the Colonial Club has evolved over the past fifty years to meet the emerging needs of older adults. Serving communities throughout Northeast Dane County, the Colonial Club offers adult day care, on-site and home-delivered meals, in-home supportive care, case management services, educational opportunities, exercise classes, activities and trips. No longer just a senior center featuring noon meals and bingo, the Colonial Club, its staff and volunteers work tirelessly to create a diverse selection of options for today's active senior. The cities, towns and villages of Sun Prairie, Bristol, Burke, Cottage Grove, Deerfield, Marshall and Medina have come to know the Colonial Club as a leading provider of services and programs for older adults. In addition, the Colonial Club offers banquet facilities and catering for all age groups. The Colonial Club is the host for the weekly Sun Prairie Rotary Club meetings, a polling site during election time, numerous community groups and can hold receptions/parties for groups from 10 to 150...
5915 Milwaukee Street
McFarland, WI - 53558
The Senior Outreach Department provides a variety of services and programs for people over the age of 60. The two primary services we provide are case management services and nutrition services. Our case managers assist community based seniors navigate through a maze of information and identify resources to promote wellness and independence within their home and community. The nutrition program offers noon meals at our meal sites and through home delivered meals (in certain areas). Other services include health and wellness activities, educational programs and social groups. Outreach coordinates transportation services for shopping and the meal site along with RSVP rides for medical appointments. A medical loan closet is available for short-term use...
333 S Madison Street
Waunakee, WI - 53597
The Waunakee Senior Center is located within the Village Center building. You may enter the Senior Center through the main entrance of the Village Center or you are welcome to enter on the North end of the building which brings you directly into the Senior Center dining area. The Senior Center provides services to older adults in the Villages of Waunakee and Dane and the Townships of Dane, Springfield, Westport and Vienna. We strive to provide advocacy, programs and services that assist seniors to maintain their dignity and remain independent in their own homes and communities. Senior Services also fosters social, physical and emotional well being, through the facilitation and provision of educational and support services, intergenerational, recreational, cultural and volunteer opportunities. All services provided are supplemented by the dedicated work of numerous volunteers...
21 S Vine St
Belleville, WI - 53508
Services: Help the elderly to remain active in their community, remain independent in their own homes and improve their quality of life Hours of Operation: Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. ..
248 W. Main Street
Stoughton, WI - 53589
Located along the Yahara River in downtown Stoughton, the Stoughton Area Senior Center provides a variety of programs, services and opportunities to serve many interests to individuals over 55 years of age and their families...
219 Park Street
Oregon, WI - 53575
The Oregon Area Senior Center is a multi-purpose center focusing on the needs of older adults within the Oregon School District. It is a department of the Village of Oregon with support from the Village, Town of Oregon, Town of Rutland, and Dane County. The Town of Dunn and the Village of Brooklyn also support us. The Oregon Area Senior Center relies on the donations of generous folks in our area as well as the annual fundraisers for our programming needs. The mission of the Oregon Area Senior Center is to provide the support, the services, and the opportunities for older adults to remain as independent as possible, in their own homes and in their own community. The purpose of the Oregon Area Senior Center is to support older adults in the Oregon School District intellectually, physically, socially, and emotionally in his/her quest to remain independent and in the community...
107 North Grove Street
Mount Horeb, WI - 53572
This agency supports and assists Seniors (60+) and their families by providing programs and services that promote well being, independence, and involvement in their community...
1011 Nichols Road
Monona, WI - 53716
The mission of the Monona Senior Center is to provide those fifty and over with educational, social, recreational, health, and fitness programs as well as volunteer opportunities. We strive to enhance the dignity, support the independence and enrich the lives of and advocate for older adults...
7448 Hubbard Ave
Middleton, WI - 53562
The purpose of the Senior Center is: To coordinate programs and services for older adults that help maintain their dignity and independence; To provide older adults with a variety of educational and recreational opportunities; To provide information and referrals to older adults and their families; To facilitate civic engagement of older adults within the community..
5510 Lacy Road
Fitchburg, WI - 53711
They aim to meet the diverse interests and needs of adults aged 50 and older, by providing a range of programs, volunteer opportunities, services and advocacy that will enrich their quality of life and maintain their independence. ..
505 N Main Street
DeForest, WI - 53532
We shall serve as a common hearth around which individuals come together for common purposes within a culture of caring to improve the quality of life for area residents. We are a cooperative inter-municipal Community and Senior Center providing area residents a welcoming place to meet, participate and volunteer while promoting independence, self-reliance and well-being for older adults and their families...
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