Founded in 1997, the Greenwich Seniors Club provides educational and social programs and activities to anyone more…More than 55 years old.
Members typically meet on the fourth Thursday of the month at 7pm at Saint Mary Parish Center at 178 Greenwich Avenue
There are currently about 200 members from the Greenwich, Stamford, and Port Chester area. Annual dues are $10 and due in September.
Contact Jean Connaughton at 203-637-1251 for information on membership.
Eastern Greenwich Civic Center 90 Harding Rd, Old Greenwich, CT06870 The Eastern Greenwich Civic Center is available to rent for a variety of events, including seminars, banquets,…More antique shows, senior citizen programs, birthday parties, bridal and baby showers, dog shows and more. It also hosts basketball, softball and soccer clinics, roller skating, holiday events and Greenwich police training classes.
Glenville Senior Citizens provides a range of activities, events and excursions for seniors in the Glenville…More neighborhood of Greenwich. The club started in 1972, and has since grown to about 150 members. Membership depends on the sponsorship of a current member.
Meetings are held on the second Thursday of the month at Bendheim Western Greenwich Civic Center.
"Excite Your Life" is the motto of the Greenwich Senior Center, and with a weekly schedule that includes exercise,…More games, language classes, arts and crafts, health forums, line dancing, concerts, daily luncheons and weekend day trips, the community center certainly provides a means to that end. It also offers a number of social services regarding housing, health and energy assistance.
A nutritious hot meal is served daily during the workweek, between noon and 1 pm. Lunch inside is $3, take out is $3.25, and reservations should be made before 1pm the prior day. There are transportation services to and from the center. Some 400 members participate in Greenwich Senior Center events every day.
Since 1973, the Greenwich Arts Council has fostered the visual, performing and literary arts at the local level. The…More private, nonprofit organization operates from the Greenwich Arts Center, a grand, pillared building on the Avenue that serves as home to a number of Greenwich organizations, including the Senior Center. The Bendheim Gallery is also located here.
Programs, classes, and performances are offered on a continual basis, and the group's numerous annual events include Art to the Avenue, the Kite Flying Festival and the Literary Lights bookfair. The GAC Meeting Room, Bendheim Gallery and Dance Studio are available for rent. Members enjoy discounts to sponsored events and other benefits. Fees and further information are listed on the GAC website.
Commission on Aging 299 Greenwich Ave, Greenwich, CT06830 The Commission on Aging has been serving Greenwich elders since 1975. The volunteer agency, which operates out of the…More town's senior center, coordinates services and provides information catering to the needs of the elderly. Members of the commission are nominated by the Board of Selectmen, and after appointment by the Representative Town Meeting, serve three-year terms.
Jewish Family Services provides numerous programs and services to the Greenwich community. It was established in 1983…More to serve the growing Jewish population, and is funded by the United Way, UJA Federation of Greenwich, the Town of Greenwich, and private donations.
Programs include individual and family couseling, bereavement and divorce support groups, adoption services, social services for seniors, resettlement and acculturation services, immigration services, and the Jewish Health and Healing Center.
Volunteers are welcome, and a number of opportunities are available. To find out more about how you can help, or to make a donation, visit the JFS website.
Nathaniel Witherell Rehabilitation and Nursing Center 70 Parsonage Rd, Greenwich, CT06830 The Nathaniel Witherell Rehabilitation and Nursing Center provides senior citizens with a friendly, caring environment,…More especially when patients are in recovery from physical illnesses or surgeries. The center handles short and long-term stays in its 186-bed facility. This nonprofit business has been serving senior citizens in Greenwich and the surrounding communities since around 1960. Its skilled nurses take pride in helping patients get back on their feet.
Parsonage Cottage Senior Residence 88 Parsonage Rd, Greenwich, CT06830 Parsonage Cottage Senior Residence is an assisted-living facility in Greenwich. The facility offers residents a variety…More of recreational activities and private rooms complete with cable television. Parsonage Cottage features a recreation room, a beauty salon and a wellness center. Health services offered include medication management, blood pressure monitoring, regular meetings with nurses and social workers and exercise classes focusing on holistic health.
The Audubon Center in Greenwich opened in 1942 on land donated by Eleanor Clovis Reese and H. Hall Clovis. It was the…More first of the National Audubon Society's environmental education centers in the country.
The organization's main sanctuary on Riversville Road is also the largest, comprised of 285 acres, with 7 miles of walking trails and the shallow Mead Lake.
Perhaps best known for as the site for the Quaker Ridge Hawk Watch, the Center provides one of the best locations in New England to view the fall migration of raptors.
The Kimberlin Nature Education Center building, home to the children's learning center, gallery, nature gift store and wildlife viewing window, is also located on the property. The space is available for rentals.
Audubon Greenwich is comprised of 11 other sanctuaries (seven of which are accessible by the public) totaling 686 acres of woodlands, meadows and wetlands, and 15 additional miles of hiking trails.
Admission fee for non-members is $3 adults, $1.50 children/seniors.
The mission of Community Centers Inc. (CCI) hasn't changed much since its founding by the Community Chest in 1955.…More The nonprofit's purpose is to support and engage those who are economically marginalized, have special needs or who might otherwise be left out of Greenwich community life.
CCI offers a combination of educational and therapeutic recreational programs, counseling, and advocacy to residents of all ages, racial groups and with a variety of needs.
For younger residents, CCI offers extracurricular activities and a breakfast and homework club at the elementary schools. Single parents can find support at CCI, as can seniors and adults with special needs.
Annual events include November's Annual Festive Giving and the Golf Outing held each July at Stanwich Club.