About the Center

Middletown Senior Center opened its doors in 1965, to serve the needs and interests of an older generation. Our goal to this day, is to provide programming for this dynamic generation of adults. The center provides a range of services, sense of community, support and purpose for our members. We strive to create a welcoming environment for all our members to enjoy. 

Our programs range from a variety of trips, arts and crafts, painting classes, chorus group, bowling, billiards, knitting group, book club, games, Mahjong, Pinochle, weekly movies, a variety of fitness classes, including Tai Chi and Yoga. We also host bi-monthly birthday parties, seasonal events and so much more!  
 
Research shows that older adults who participate in senior center programs can learn to manage and delay the onset of chronic disease and experience measurable improvements in their physical, social, spiritual, emotional, mental and over all well-being.
  
Membership to the Middletown Senior Center is free for independent residents age 60 and over and non-residents are also welcome to join. We encourage you to be open to new experiences, friendships and to join a place where activity and participation will improve your quality of life!

 

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Senior Center Closed Until Further Notice 

If you need assistance, have questions or concerns, please contact 732-615-2265. Details regarding when the Senior Center will re-open will also be left on that main number.  

Virtual Programming will begin in July please follow Middletown Recreation on Facebook or contact the center with your email information to be notified of events.

If need assistance with getting food, please contact Social Services at 732-615-2085.

Meals on Wheels is unable to take on any new clients or re-activate previous clients  at this time. Please call Interfaith Neighbors at  732-775-5155 for further information.Interfaith Neighbors is so grateful for all the volunteers that have come forward to deliver meals at this time. 

MIDDLETOWN, NJ – To continue to maintain a safe environment for our community, all public access restrictions to Municipal buildings and programs has been extended. This includes the Middletown Township Public Library, the Middletown Arts Center and Middletown Recreation facilities. 

As more information becomes available, it will be shared with the public and the media. News updates and information regarding Township events and programs affected by COVID-19 are posted at www.middletownnj.org/coronavirus.