Announcements

Pot Luck Summer Picnic

Where:

  Gardner Senior Center

When:

  Wednesday, July 25th

Time: 

12:45 PM

Join us for food, fun, friendship, and games at our indoor picnic.
  • In order to attend, please bring an entree to share
  • Desserts are welcome
  • Sign up at the office or call 978-630-4067 by deadline of Friday July 20th


Movies 2018


July - The Rookie


  • Where:  Gardner Senior Center
  • When:  Monday,  July 30th at 1:30 pm FREE POPCORN! 
  • Starring Dennis Quaid, this movie is based on the true story of a former baseball player whose glory days of baseball were over, but as fate would have it, his dream to play in the major leagues takes shape.  Uplifting and heartfelt story.

August - Young At Heart


  • Where:  Gardner Senior Center
  • Get ready to rock out with the most entertaining "golden oldies" you will ever meet, a fun loving senior citizen's choir called Young@Heart.

Emergency Preparedness for Older Americans

Natural disasters are not fun for anyone. Unfortunately, they can be especially traumatizing for seniors. Older people are more frail and less mobile, making it a challenge for them to respond quickly. They may not always have the help they need immediately when they need it to escape a danger zone. The thought is frightening, but the good news is that there are plenty of things you can do to prepare yourself for possible emergencies if you're a senior. If you're a caretaker or a family member of a senior, you can also take measures to help him/her stay safe during dangerous natural disasters. This guide will cover the common types of emergencies that family and caregivers of seniors should be aware of, tips for helping the elderly evacuate when needed, and a handy checklist of items to have and bring with you in the event of an emergency.  For more information, visit the Senior Living Website.



Wish List


We are always in need of candy (soft individually wrapped chocolates in particular) to share with our members and guests. We also have a need for yarn and knitting/crochet patterns. If you would like to make a monetary donation in honor/memory of someone, please make checks payable to Gardner COA. Thank you!!!

June Wall of Fame


Thank you to our generous donors & sponsors

  • Miracle Ear of Gardner -Lisa McNamara
  • River Terrace Healthcare - Miatta Green
  • Odette Racette
  • Margaret Luczko
  • Jane Bettez
  • Gloria (Pee Wee) Kelley
  • Terri Hillman
  • Diana Chunn
  • Pat Crowley
  • Thelma D’Alessio

WHAT DOES “SWIPE YOUR CARD” MEAN? 


The Gardner Senior Center utilizes a computer program called “MY SENIOR CENTER” and this enables us to know how many people make use of the center. By registering as a member (NO FEE INVOLVED) you receive a scan card which enables you to sign in on our computer monitor. Swiping your card is not mandatory, but if you choose to, the senior center may gain some additional funds/grants based on how many feet walk through the doors. If you would like to receive a scan card, see Celeste or Claude in the first floor office. Please note that no information you provide is ever shared with anyone. 

If events or programming are canceled, our “My Senior Center” system allows us to notify members through automated phone calls. In order to receive notification, your membership card must be scanned each time you visit, otherwise the system has no recognition of who attended each respective event. Please make sure the office has your correct phone number. The number on your home caller ID will indicate the “Robo Call” is generated from Cambridge Mass and NOT from the Gardner Senior Center.