Our Programs

Cheshire Village at Home

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Helping seniors stay in their homes independently with a little help.  Volunteers provide transportation and more.

Read more about Cheshire Village at Home

Nutrition

Center members gathered for lunch

We offer lunch at the Keene Senior Center Center three times each week. Good nutrition and good company are a great combination! 

Read about our nutrition programs

Fitness

Super Seniors Walking

We offer a number of fitness classes. Enjoy our exercise equipment, or take a Movement, Yoga, Qigong, or Tai Chi class with one of our skilled instructors.

See our wide selection of fitness options

Children and Youth

Keene Senior Center with children

We partner with the Keene YMCA to bring preschoolers to the Senior Center for games and projects with seniors.

Learn about our programs with children and youth

Crafts

woman quilting

Quilting and card-making are two of the current crafts running at the Center. You may wish to join them, or lead other craft activities!

Find out more about our Craft Programs

Education

Keene Senior Center Writing Group

Our educational programs include a monthly book club, how to write a family memoir, and computer help.

Discover our educational programs

Social Events

Senior Center members gathered for an event

Cards, Games, Bingo, Singing, Dancing, special talks, and eating together are all examples of the various social events that happen daily at the Keene Senior Center. 

Explore our social events

Special Events

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We have a number of unique events throughout the year, including special meals, performances, running races, and other Center or Community activities.

Read more about our Special Events

Share Your Thoughts

Take a survey

The Southwest Region Planning Commission is conducting a survey to collect information as part of an age-focused planning study for Southwest New Hampshire.


Through this project, they will examine current and projected demographics as well as the wants and needs of residents. To assist with this effort, they need to gather information from residents from each of the 33 communities in the Monadnock region.


Your participation in this survey will provide the important information they need.


For a printed version of the survey, or for more information, visit the SWRPC web page about the project at http://www.swrpc.org/age-focused 

Take the Survey