Woodbury Senior Center Rick Walls, Senior Citizens' Activity Leader Christine Kirk, Senior Citizens' Activity Leader
About Our Department he
Senior Center has been established to give people 55 years or older
the opportunity to meet with other Seniors. All are welcome and
diverse activities are scheduled each day for their participation.
They are also welcome to just come in, have coffee, and chat.
Activities are listed in the Frequently Asked Questions page.
Asked Questions How old do you have to be to join the
Senior Center and what do I have to do to become a member?
The entry age is 55 years. In order to be a member of our
Senior Center, you must be a resident of the Town of Woodbury.
What programs do
you have? Do you have speakers? If so, what topics are covered?
We have the following programs: exercise, dance, trips, monthly
luncheons, cards, Maj Jong, canasta, Mexican train, other exciting games for
enjoyment, and health and welfare programs. Speakers come to the
Center to discuss senior concerns and health issues. We also
take trips to nearby places of interest.
Do you do dinner
shows? How often do the Seniors go to the shows/sites? How do I
know what programs are taking place each month?
We have dinner shows several times a year. Once a month we go to
shows or sites. There is a monthly calendar of activities distributed
to each member.
Are you a site for
tax preparation, flu shots, and assorted
events that are helpful?
Monthly blood pressure checks are done on the 2nd Wednesday of the month, when we have a visiting RN.
All seniors are encouraged to learn about, and if interested, register with the Friendly Visitor Program - (845)928-7578, ext. 1.