Senior Center

Current bulletin  with calendar of programs/activities

Class Descriptions

Upcoming Special Events/New Programs

Call (860) 399-2029 to RSVP to any of these programs. Scroll to bottom of page to see flyers for special events. 

  • Line Dancing Class -Mondays at 2:45pm
  • Starting 9/5/23 the Tuesday Strength and Balance class time will change to: 10:30-11:15 and 11:15-12:00 This change applies ONLY to Tuesday (Lunch is served until 12:30 in case class runs late) 
  • September 30th: Nature Walk and Guided Tour of the Tom O'Dell Preserve. See pg. 7 in the September Bulletin for details.
  • October 10th 11:30-12:30pm: Blood Pressure Clinic- Westbrook VNA
  • New Program Alert!!! Starting October 4th, 2023: Why Weights (Wednesday’s 1:00pm) Instructor: Jessie McCoy -After 50 years of age, muscle tone begins to decline 15% each decade. Weights and body weight training help to improve this loss and develop stronger bones, boost metabolism, increase range of motion, and endurance. This class is designed to work with these elements in increasing strength, flexibility, and balance with focus on form and execution. We will work with compound exercises incorporating weights, body weight and increasing core strength. Drop-in $5.00
  • NEW PROGRAM ALERT!!! Starting October 10th,2023: Restorative Therapy Program This program is a functional ADL program designed for the individual, who is less active, deconditioned, may have chronic illness/ailments, or recently discharged from the hospital or home care. The goal of this program is to assist the individual in maintaining their mobility, balance, strength, and to supplement occupational and physical therapy programs. Program objective is: range in motion, balance, stair climbing, strength training, floor to stand transfers, falls prevention technique and functional tasks. Program will be held Tuesday/Thursday at 1:00pm. Please call (860)399-3048 with any questions and to sign up for the program. Drop-in: FREE
  • October 12th: 8-Week Watercolor Class Begins. (Thursday’s at 2pm) Instructed by Linda Norton, $20 pp. Please See Courtney or Amber for the Supply List.
  • Starting October 13th: Tai Ji Quan Moving for Better Balance is moving to Friday mornings at 10:30am. Class will be held in the Multi-Media Room
  • October 25th at 11am: Diet, Exercise and Mental Health Discussion by Jill Bukowski, LMFT, WYFS. RSVP By Monday the 23rd.
  • October 31st: Halloween Party! Dress up for our 1970’s themed costume contest and enjoy culinary delights from the decade. We’re kicking off the party with BINGO at 11am, followed by finger foods at 12pm.
  • Attention all bakers! Holiday Bake Sale sign up sheet will be posted on 10/10- sheet will be located near menu board. No meeting scheduled. Mareda will meet with you individually if you have any questions

October Menu

All lunches are served at 12PM.  Cost: $5.00

All Lunches Require 48 Hour RSVP Notice. 


ATTENTION ALL “TO GO” LUNCH PATRONS!  We will be phasing out the disposable “to go” containers and providing you with a reusable “to go” container. You will need to bring this container with you every time you pick up your lunch.

Tuesday October 3: Burgers with Fixins, Baked Beans, Mystery Cake for Dessert

Thursday October 5: Autmn Vegetable Stew, Cranberry Muffin. Celebrating “Apple Betty Day” for Dessert.

Tuesday October 10: Fresh Tomato Soup, Broccoli and Cheddar Quiche. Ice Cream for Dessert. 

Thursday October 12: Maple-Mustard Chicken, Red Cabbage, and Sweet Potatoes. Vanilla Pudding for Dessert. 

Tuesday October 17: Meatloaf, Mashed Potatoes, and Carrots. Celebrating “Chocolate Cupcake Day” for Dessert. 

Thursday October 19: Split Pea Soup, and Chicken Salad on a Croissant. Trail Mix Cookies for Dessert. 

Tuesday October 24: Homemade Mac & Cheese, side of Stewed Tomatoes. Pumpkin Whoopie Pie for Dessert. 

Thursday October 26: French Toast Casserole, Bacon, and Fresh Fruit Salad. 

HALLOWEEN! Tuesday October 31st: Finger Foods from the 70’s

The presence of MAJOR FOOD ALLERGENS as an ingredient in unpackaged FOOD items: 3-602-12 (C)

  • Milk, Egg, Fish (such as bass, flounder or cod), Crustacean shellfish(such as crab, lobster or shrimp),  Tree nuts (such as almonds, pecans or walnuts), Wheat, Peanuts, Soybeans, Sesame



Mark Your Calendars!



      Holiday Craft Fair          

November 13th- 17th


The mission of the Westbrook Senior Center is to improve the quality of life for Senior Citizens of Westbrook and our neighboring shoreline towns. 


The Senior Center welcomes citizens 60 years of age or older to participate in our many daily activities directed by staff and volunteers.