The Greenfield Council on Aging (GCOA) / Greenfield Senior Center provides supportive services and recreational programs to older adults ages 55 and up. Free membership is required to participate in programs and classes, use the computers and wi-fi, and use other COA services. Members receive a card to scan in with before participating in an activity. Members also get access to a free lunch served every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, and a Senior Brown Bag of free groceries distributed at the beginning of every month. Lunch meals are for older adults ages 60 and over, and their spouses of any age. Call the Greenfield Senior Center front desk to learn more.
Agency: Greenfield City Government
Languages Offered: English
Program Fees: Most Greenfield Senior Center programs, events, and services are free or low-cost. Some have suggested voluntary donations. A few have a fee to attend the program.
Eligibility: Older adults ages 55 and over. Lunch meals are for older adults ages 60 and over and their spouses of any age. Some activities and services are limited to Greenfield residents if space or enrollment is limited. Some programs are open to all ages-- If you are under 55 and would like to attend a program, please contact the Senior Center.Area(s) Served: