The Stoughton Area Senior Center, a non-profit agency, coordinates, develops, supports and monitors programs and services for adults 55 years and older. Aside from our case management and home delivered meal services, which have area and eligibility restrictions, all adults over 55 are welcome to participate at the Senior Center. Some of our other services include a nutrition site, loan closet, foot care clinic, blood pressure screens and support group.
The Stoughton Area Senior Center promotes activities that provide opportunities for growth, life-long learning, leadership, intergenerational interaction, and socialization. A complete list of our scheduled activities may be found in our monthly Yahara Senior News newsletter, which is available at the Senior Center or our website. Many events and activities are free, and scholarships are available through the Friendship Fund if needed. View a full list of this month's Special Events, or divided by the following categories: Fitness & Wellness, Classes & Skill Development, Social & Recreation, and Trips. You may also view a list of our Ongoing Classes/Groups.
We take great pride in providing opportunities for all older adults, no matter what their interests and abilities may be. We are so grateful to the many people who assist us each day in making our programs and services possible by providing their time, skills, energies and funding. These generous gifts contribute to the success of the Senior Center and make our mission “to enrich the lives of older adults and their families” a reality.
Yahara Senior News Newsletter
The Yahara Senior News, the Senior Center's monthly newsletter, contains a monthly calendar of Senior Center events and
scheduled menus, as well as articles on health, wellness and services for older adults and their families. The newsletter may be mailed to you for a cost of $9.00/year, viewed on our website or picked up at no cost.
File of Life Emergency Packets
Free wallet-sized and/or magnetic File of Life folders for your refrigerator are available at the Senior Center to make lifesaving information accessible to emergency personnel.
Dementia Purple Folders
Folders with dementia-specific information and resources are available at the Center.
Our Annual Report contains volunteer, participant and event statistics, as well as photos taken throughout the year. In addition, you will find information highlighting our programs, services, publications, administration and financial structure.