We are currently closed while the center is professionally cleaned and repaired. We will post here when we can re-open.

Water from July 11's storm caused minor flooding to our center. All lunches, classes and activities are cancelled to allow professional cleanup and repair.
 
All of our trips are going. There's still space available on the trips too. Check them out here.
 
While we're closed for repairs, check out the virtual activities that are available: Tai Chi, Gentle Yoga, Chair Exercises, Book Club, and more!
 

9/2/2021 Update - We had hoped to re-open in early September, but that won't be possible at this time. The good news is that repairs have started and are going well. We have several contractors lined up to do paint, clean the floors and install carpets. It's a more drawn out process than first realized but we’ll get through better AND stronger.

Thank you for your patience and support.

 

We celebrate the lives of our seniors!

Everyday we celebrate the lives of the seniors living in Broome and the surrounding counties of upstate New York through recreation, health and educational programs. With volunteer opportunities, social events and trips, we have something for everyone.

We are proud to be a member-supported, not-for-profit community-oriented organization. We continue our commitment as a trendsetter in programs and services for adults. Please join us!

New COVID Guidelines

If you are fully vaccinated, you can be at the Senior Center WITHOUT a mask.

If you are NOT vaccinated, you must wear a mask and socially distance 6 feet. If social distancing is not possible, you are required to also wear a face shield. We have face shields available at the receptionist desk.

Please sign-in and sign-out in our lobby area each time you visit the Senior Center.

See Weekly Programs and Special Events for what's resuming.

NOTE: MONDAY BINGO is ON HOLD until further notice.

THANK YOU for your patience and cooperation.

Lunch

Click here for the updated September lunch menu.

NOTE: changes made to September's menu. Link above includes the changes.

Since we are closed at this time, the Monday through Friday lunches are not available at our location.

Many of our lunch friends are getting lunch at other senior centers that offer the SAME menu. You can call:

Broome West in Endwell: 607-785-1777 (lunch served at noon)

First Ward in Binghamton: 607-729-6214 (lunch served at 11:45AM)

Reservation required. Take out available. Please reserve by noon the day before at the latest.

Menus subject to change without notice.

Virtual Activities

NEW!!! We have instructional videos for popular classes.

Johnson City Senior Center instructors you know with the routines you've missed. Check out Virtual Activities for the links to Tai Chi and Gentle Yoga, as well as other activities.

Our JCSC Quilters

Our JCSC Quilters created this stunning quilt - Nine Patch Garden!

It's full/queen size and can be seen hanging in our Dining Room.

Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the receptionist's desk. The raffle will be drawn in December 2021.

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Our Location

Our Beautiful Facility!

 Our beautiful facility is available to rent!

Whether it's the entire building or a single room, we've got the space to accommodate your group.

See the Rentals webpage for details!

Calendar

 See our Special Events page for additional details.

Mission Statement

Johnson City Senior Center is a non-profit community organization that provides socialization, recreational, educational and nutritional programs that empower adults to optimize their health, wellness and quality of life. Johnson City Senior Center is committed to its leadership role in programming and is continually evolving to meet the needs of our community.

Building a Healthy Lifestyle at the Johnson City Senior Center

JCSC will be addressing preventative health services for the purpose of encouraging healthy behavior in seniors. The center offers healthy eating, physical exercise, mental awareness activities, and socialization to support this initiative. Healthy eating and physical activity are important for seniors in order to prevent the development and progression of chronic diseases. As one ages, exercise can help prevent health issues such as heart disease, high blood pressure, obesity, and diabetes. By building muscle mass and focusing on better balance, seniors can help reduce the risk of falls and broken bones.

Seniors are vulnerable to depression which can be triggered by loss of independence, isolation and the loss of family and friends. Depression can lead to physical stress as well, causing a decline in their overall health. By taking an active role in an appropriate exercise class, meditation session for depression, or a class on proper nutrition, a senior would attain a healthier lifestyle.

Johnson City Senior Center will broaden the exercise, nutritional wellness education and socialization sessions by forming an additional bond with elder health agencies in the area. These opportunities will increase the daily participation in current classes, meals and counseling, creating new memberships to levels that the center has not reached in the past. A long term goal would be to improve and maintain mental awareness among seniors, in turn decreasing early signs of dementia and the more progressive Alzheimer disease. By decreasing depression, social isolation or loss of mental awareness, seniors will interact and live more meaningful lives. These and more success stories, along with exercise and proper nutrition classes, seniors would lead better physical health.

By creating a more comprehensive awareness of the Center in the area, and the value of the programs offered, JCSC would be noted as a leader in preventive health care.