Cook County Senior Social Clubs – Illinois

Senior Social Clubs in Illinois., United States

Arlington Heights Senior Center
 1801 W Central Rd
Arlington Heights, IL

Our goal is to fill your retirement years with fitness and fun! Whether you are fully-retired, semi-retired, or still working, the Park District Active Adult Program at the Senior Center has something for everyone.

Frisbie Senior Center
52 E Northwest Hwy
Des Plaines, IL

Frisbie Senior Center is helping to build a community for Chicago’s Northwest Suburban seniors. With over 65 open programs and a 20,000-square foot, ADA-accessible facility, our mission is to bring seniors together to find new friends and stay active.

North Center Senior Satellite Centers

 4040 N Oakley Ave
Chicago, IL

The satellite senior centers, part of the Mayor’s vision to keep Chicago’s neighborhoods active, accessible and affordable for Chicago’s senior population, provide services, programs and activities closer to seniors on the neighborhood level.

Regional Senior Center
 2102 W Ogden Ave
Chicago, IL

For adults age 50+, our Marconi Older Adult Program, housed within the South Philadelphia Boys & Girls Club, is known as a community hang-out. Far from the stereotypical senior center, offer meals and wide-ranging educational, social and recreational activities. Members take part in dance, art, theater, games, discussions and more.

The Niles Senior Center
999 Civic Center Dr
Niles, IL

“Lunch with Us” is a senior lunch program that promotes the health and well-being of older adults in the community by providing nutritional meals.  Participants are reminded that “Lunch with Us” is donation-based.  A suggested donation of $2 per meal is greatly appreciated.

Western Springs Senior Center
4211 Grand Ave
Western Springs, IL

The Mission of the Western Springs Senior Center is to develop a CULTURAL, EDUCATIONAL and SUPPORTIVE environment for ALL senior residents (and non-residents) of Western Springs. The environment is designed to enhance the quality of life by promoting wellness and socialization, providing the opportunity to learn new skills and helping seniors to remain involved and contributing citizens of their community. Further, the Center is a safe, nurturing, happy place for seniors to grow in friendship and in knowledge and be accepted without reservation.

Northbrook Senior Center
1810 Walters Avenue
Northbrook, IL

The welcome mat is always out at the Senior Center, which delivers dozens of programs, special events, trips and services to enhance the quality of life for adults age 65 and older.

Rich Township Senior Services
297 Liberty Dr
Park Forest, IL

If you are age 50 years or older or disabled, live in Rich Township, and have an established need for supportive services, the Senior Services Department is available to serve you. There are no requirements to participate.

Rolling Meadows Senior Center
3705 Pheasant Dr
Rolling Meadows, IL

The Rolling Meadows Senior Center features a wide variety of excursions, events, and programs for adults 50 and over. One of the most unique aspects of our center is our woodshop; complete with work space and updated machines. Stop by today for a tour of the center and see all that we have to offer!

Schaumburg Senior Citizen Programs
101 Schaumburg Ct
Schaumburg, IL

The Village of Schaumburg program provides food, fun and fellowship as well as an opportunity for seniors to help their fellow seniors and community.

North Shore Senior Center
7900 N Milwaukee Ave
Niles, IL

North Shore Senior Center offers a comprehensive variety of programs and services to help older adults maintain independence, socialize, learn new things, and live with purpose. 

7745 S Leamington Ave
Burbank, IL

Stickney Township Office on Aging endeavors to foster the most appropriate level of care and independence for older adults by providing services, advocacy and assistance that promotes dignity and quality of life.

LOUIS S. VIVERITO Palatine Senior Center
505 S Quentin Rd
Palatine, IL

To provide programs and services which support older adults and their families by encouraging independence, well-being, and connection to the community.

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