Senior Center

As a focal point for aging services, the Enfield Senior Center provides social, educational, and recreational opportunities to enrich the mind, body and spirit of older adults in an open and accepting atmosphere. 


Face Mask Mandate No Longer in Effect

Effective Monday, February 7th 2022, the mask mandate for Enfield municipal buildings has been changed. Individuals are no longer required to wear face masks inside these buildings. It is highly recommended that those who are unvaccinated continue to wear masks. 

Digital Newsletter

October 2022 Newsletter <---- Click Here

September 2022 Newsletter <---- Click Here

Registration Form for Classes

Registration Form <---- Click Here

Little Library

Come visit the newest Little Library at the Senior Center because what's better than curling up with a hot drink and a book on a crisp autumn day! 🍂📚☕️

Special thank you to those who helped install such a wonderful new addition to the center.

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Bloomin' 4 Good Program

We are so excited to share that the Mark Twain Congregate Meal Program has been selected to benefit from Stop & Shop’s Bloomin’ 4 Good Program, created to fight hunger across the communities they serve. For the month of September, a $10.99 Bloomin’ 4 Good Bouquet with the red circle sticker from the Stop & Shop at 54 Hazard Avenue in Enfield will brighten a home or make someone’s day while also directing a $1 donation to the Mark Twain Congregate Meal Program. This is a great way to broaden awareness in the local community and raise donations for our organization to help fight hunger. Let’s get started! Share the news with friends and family. Call, send emails and post on social media. The more bouquets sold, the more we can raise! To learn more about this program, please click the link https://stopandshop.2givelocal.com/


Karen Edelson 

Senior Operations Manager for the Department of Social Services  


NCAAA Focal Point

The Enfield Senior Center has once again been designated by the North Central Area Agency on Aging, Inc. (NCAAA) as a focal point for 2022-2024. Being a Focal Point designee continues our commitment as a visible, recognizable place where community members can find information and gain access to a full range of aging services. 

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Nancy Darrah, Program Coordinator

Todd Johnson, North Central Area Agency on Aging

Madden, Service Animal

Mary Keller, Senior Center Manager

CRT Congregate Meals

The Enfield Senior Center is pleased to announce the return of the CRT congregate meal program. Meals will be served daily Monday – Friday at noon when the Senior Center is open. This elderly nutrition program provides meals to persons 60 years of age or older and their spouses. All meals are served with milk, bread and margarine.  There is a suggested donation of $3.00 or whatever the person can afford. Persons interested in receiving their meals at the Enfield Senior Center should call 860-763-7428 the business day before to reserve a meal. For more information, contact the Enfield Senior Center Kitchen at 860-763-7428.

CRT Menu - October 2022 <---- Click Here

October 2022 - Special Lunches

Elder Justice Flyer

Ask The...

The following services are available for a free 15-minute consultation between the hours of 10:00 to 11:45 am. Call the Senior Center at 860-763-7425 to schedule an appointment.

Ask the Realtor: October 5, 2022 

Legal Consultation: October 18, 2022

Ask The CPA: October 19, 2022

Ask the Lawyer: October 26, 2022



Christmas Lights & Songs

Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Enjoy a delicious lunch at the Student Prince German Restaurant in the heart of downtown Springfield, known for its fine food, service, and beautifully decorated for the holidays. Following Lunch spend time at MGM Springfield Casino and finish the day with a drive through Bright Nights at Forest Park; a pure magic light display with 250,000 lights!

Limit: 50 participants

Registration for the above Trip will begin on Friday, October 21 at 9:30am in the Computer Room.

    Registration will be held in the Computer Room.

    Registration is based on a first come, first serve basis.

    Each participant may register themselves and one companion only.

    Each participant must fill out and sign a completed trip registration form.

    Seating is limited. Incomplete registrations will not be held at the front desk.

    Payment for each person is due at the time of registration to secure your reservation.

    There will be NO assigned seating on the bus.

Christmas Lights and Songs - Dec 6 2022



Health and Wellness

PRIME Fitness Update

Workout times and capacity limits:

-    The Fitness Center will be open 

              Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 8:00am – 8:00pm.

              Tuesday & Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm.

-    No appointments will be necessary.

-    The Fitness Center is now taking new members. 

Please call 860-272-3554 to learn how to register as a new member.

The Enfield Senior Center reserves the right to make changes to the Fitness Center as Town, State, or Federal regulations require.

Online Health and Wellness

Silver Sneakers: www.facebook.com/silversneakers


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