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Honoring the Wisdom That Comes With Age

The Brookline Senior Center (BSC) is a gathering place dedicated to enriching the aging experience by providing a diverse environment with a wide range of opportunities, programs, and services (the majority of which are provided by volunteers) in the areas of health, learning, art, socialization, nutrition, and recreation. In addition, and perhaps more importantly, the Brookline COA provides Brookline area seniors a strong and inviting community in which to meet new friends, socialize, volunteer, and stay active.

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A Letter From

Betsy Pollock, MSW President, Brookline Senior Center Foundation

“The 2020 Census affirmed what we’ve seen at the Brookline Senior Center since even before the pandemic: Poverty among Brookline’s adults 60+ is increasing.” Read More

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93 Gallery Exhibit “A THOUSAND FORESTS IN AN ACORN”

Mixed Media Works by Madge Evers and Brett Poza will run December 4, 2023- February 22, 2024 in GALLERY 93…

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Get Your Electronic Copy – 3rd Edition of Ask A Geriatrician

We are pleased to announce that the electronic version of the third edition of “Ask a Geriatrician” is available. Click here to…

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2022 Brookline Senior Center Annual Report

Click here to view the 2022 Brookline Senior Center Annual Report.

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From the Director

“Our goal is to help seniors maintain their independence and continue to be or become active members of their community. We believe wholeheartedly in enhancing growth, dignity, and a sense of belonging while encouraging individual contributions and the sharing of diverse life experiences. The Senior Center welcomes all who enter our doors, regardless of age, income, disability, ethnicity, religious, or sexual orientation.

One of our strengths is recruiting volunteers. We have 238 volunteers of all ages (14 – 96) performing 693 activities. Many are active in more than one activity; many have volunteered with us for ten years or more. These volunteers, most of whom are seniors themselves, donate the equivalent number of hours of more than 16 full-time staff. Without our volunteers who execute the programs, the BSC could not provide the number and variety of programs and activities that we offer to seniors.”