Welcome to Woodbury Senior Community Center
Home to Town of Woodbury Department of Senior Services
Home to Town of Woodbury Department of Senior Services
The Senior Center is once again open as a place for seniors to connect to each other, to programs and services and to the community. Please see our newsletter for current offerings, and note we are continuing with curbside programs and at-home programs in addition to in-house and virtual programs.
Stay engaged, meet and talk with others, take a class, get some exercise....a full range of virtual programs is available through the newsletter or an email to our office.
More older adults are becoming tech savvy than ever before. If you want to learn how to use Zoom, connect to family via video chat, or if you have a new device and need to practice using it, we can help.
Since March 2020, our senior bus has partnered with the Community Services Council to deliver thousands of boxes of food from the Food Bank to seniors and immunocompromised people in Woodbury . Delivery is still available. We can also connect you to food assistance programs if you qualify. Meals on Wheels continues without change; congregate lunches are now offered as a "grab and go" service which serves more than 80 people per week. Our innovative "chef on site" in-house lunch program returns in August 2022; diners may eat here or take their meals home. Check out the latest newsletter for information and menus. Call for more information (203) 263-2828. To inquire about and apply for Meals on Wheels, please call (203) 757-7738.
Support is available for seniors in applying for benefits ranging from energy assistance to tax relief to veterans benefits to Medicare and Medicaid. Contact the Social Services Director, at (203) 263-4117 to learn more.
Our monthly newsletter and calendar are where to start finding programs and services currently on offer. Read it monthly, and sign up to have each issue sent to you via e-mail. You will also find paper copies of the newsletter at the Center, at the library and around town.
The senior bus is available for transportation to local appointments, shopping and errands. See the newsletter for more information on services currently available, or call us at (203) 263-2828.
We are available by phone at (203) 263-2828 to assist you with information and referral. provide resources, and get assistance on issues that matter to you. Give us a call.
Staying connected is so important. We can help with reassurance phone calls, finding pen pals, and more. We also partner with community organizations and businesses to provide services for seniors ranging from a Thanksgiving Dinner grab-and-go to free masks and hand soap to a Holiday Wreath Kit to go and Spring to-dos as well, and volunteer opportunities. Offerings change frequently so stay up to date with our newsletter.
Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 am on Zoom. To register, call the Center at (203) 263-2828. This program will be expanded to a hybrid class beginning in May 2021. Participants may choose whether they will attend in person or online to the same class.
Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m. and Thursdays at 10 a.m. To register, call the Center at (203) 263-2828.
Wednesdays at 1:30. To register, call the Center at (203) 263-2828.
Every Tuesday evening, the library hosts a program with a local expert speaking on interesting and timely topics. Check out the library's website to learn more!
In the rapidly expanding world of virtual programs, Senior Planet is a true leader. Look here for everything from technical instruction to cooking classes to virtual travel and more.
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2 pm. These live, interactive classes feature topics ranging from historical museum tours to swimming with dolphins with marine animal experts at your virtual side! Check out our newsletter for current offerings.
Each month we present original programming you can enjoy from your home. Be sure to read our newsletter for the current offerings.
Woodbury Senior Services, located at the Woodbury Senior Community Center, is focused on helping make our community a better, happier and healthier place. Our goal is to support older adults by providing resources, classes, programs and services to help them stay strong, healthy and independent across the lifespan. Our services and programs are open to all those age 60 and better. We also have information and referral services on aging-related issues for people of all ages. The Center is a vibrant, warm and friendly place -won't you join us?
From Pilates to Tai Chi, from art history to genealogy, from life enrichment to community service, there's something - and a place - for everyone. Check out our newsletter and calendar. During the pandemic, we continue to provide programs for virtual engagement, outdoor activities, take-home materials, outreach and no-contact visits and more. Read the newsletter for details.
We offer transportation via the Senior Bus, nutritional support,health care clinics,memory screenings, social services and much more. Don't know where to start? Start here. Call us at (203) 263-2828 if you have a need.
The Senior Bus service is out in our community every weekday, connecting people to medical appointments, necessary shopping and food and other delivered supplies.
The Center offers so much to do, to learn, to stay connected to the community. Click below for our newest ideas, programs and services! The best age to try something new is now.
Information on local resources to answer your aging-related questions and help someone you love.
The Center is home to the Woodbury Ukulele Band, a thriving group meeting monthly for fun with four strings and friends. You are invited! During the global pandemic, WUB is meeting online - and you can join the fun.
The beautiful Community Room and Kitchen are available for rentals on weekends for your event. Please note: Due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, rentals are suspended until after Labor Day 2021. Please call with your questions; the timetable for allowing rentals is subject to change.
Looking for social trips? We are beginning to bring back these popular offerings this summer. Please check out our newsletter for more information.