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The Senior Services Division strongly recommends the use of masks for visitors and employees entering Division facilities, including senior centers. Individuals can always choose to wear a mask at any time based on personal preference and/or personal level of risk. Other mitigation measures include personal actions such as physical distancing, vaccinations, boosting, testing and remaining home when not feeling well or having symptoms.
Senior Center mitigation measures include: “In-person programs will be limited as centers operate on abbreviated schedules during the reopening. In order to assure safe and adequate distancing, programs will have limited seating capacity, masks are strongly recommended, and preregistration will be required for all programs and activities. Drop-In activities are not offered at this time.”
The 50+ Community Centers offers a variety of fitness classes such as strength training, yoga, Zumba, and line dance.
In addition, social, recreational, and educational programs are scheduled. These include discussion groups, book clubs, film club, drawing class, and health and nutrition programs.
Winter 2023 Activity Guide (PDF)
March Calendar (PDF)
Try Our Fitness Classes for Free April 3-6 (PDF)
Spring 2023 Activity Guide (PDF)
April Calendar for all Centers (PDF)
Spring Fire and Rescue Programs: blood pressure checks & safety presentations (PDF)
Nutrition Presentations: Everyday Foods and Herbs: A Prescription for Health (PDF)
Day Trips and Seniors in the Park Programs
Spring Day Trips (PDF)
Seniors in the Park Spring 2023 (PDF)
Visit our eStore and Choose Donation Opportunities
1. Programs with a Fee
Pay online with a credit card via our eStore.
For more information, including how to pay with a check, please follow the registration instructions found on the Monthly Calendar and in the Quarterly Brochure
2. Free Programs and Activities
Please send an email to Virtual Senior Center.
Be sure to include: Your Name, Email Address, Phone Number, Names and Dates of programs
First Time Participants
If you have never taken a class in-person at one of the 50+ Community Centers or through the Virtual 50+ Center,
you must complete and submit this Participant Information Form.
Senior Center Guidelines, Policies and Procedures (PDF)
In-Person Participation Guidelines (PDF)
Scholarships are available to help pay for fitness classes.
To apply for a fitness class scholarship please print and submit this Scholarship Application
For more information email SeniorServices@FrederickCountyMD.gov