Senior Center of Greater Richmond

Creating Opportunities for Healthy Aging Through Social Engagement

Volunteers Needed

All members are asked to volunteer where they are comfortable to make our Senior Center operate, successfully, on a day to day basis. 

We need a volunteer to plan and host our Just Breakfast or Purely Lunch in March and each month.  The Host or Hostess simply chooses the restaurant where members will meet and arranges for a table and shows up that month.  Choose a... Learn More

Chair YOGA

Our Chair Yoga class is held on Mondays from 11-12 at St. Stephens Church, 6000 Grove Avenue, Richmond.  This central location near Three Chopt Road and Grove Avenue, has agreed to hosting our exercise program and is opening it to their members as well.  

Stretch & Strengthen Chair Yoga: Chair yoga is a style of gentle yoga using a...

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Ageless Grace Chair Exercise Program

Ageless Grace, a chair exercise program, continues on Tuesday at 1PM at the Battery Park Christian Church in the Fellowship Hall (at Brook Road and Bellevue Ave in Richmond)  Sharon Brewer, our energetic instructor lets us explore the world of movement in a fresh new way  Moving to KEEP moving.  For more information call: 353-3171

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Come Join Us

Not yet a member?  Come join in our exciting activities and events.  Senior Center of Greater Richmond is opening its memberships to new members who want to meet, learn, play games, exercise, enjoy crafts, line dancing, Tai Chi or water aerobics, enjoy our community and be healthy.   “Being As Healthy As YOU Can Be” is KEY to Enjoying Your Senior Years....

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Serving Our Senior Community

Senior Center of Greater Richmond, Inc. is an IRS designated 501(c)(3) public charity committed to serving senior adults in the greater Richmond Virginia community.  The Center provides programs, services and activities that enhance the wellness and quality of life of senior adults.

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Become a Member – Join NOW!!

Senior Center of Greater Richmond is opening its memberships to new members who want to meet, learn, play games, exercise, enjoy crafts, line dancing, Tai Chi or water aerobics, enjoy our community and be healthy.  Join us now!!!

Barbara Brown is our Coordinator for the EAST Center at Peter Paul Development Center. Barbara Brown is the new Coordinator at Senior Center EAST at Peter Paul Development Center. Since she was...

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Two new members have joined us from First Baptist: Peggy Wiles and Carol A. Fogg. Jackie and Mary Jo Presley are planning to complete their membership as well this week. Welcome to our new First...

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Our walking group will gather at Battery Park before the regular activities begin and get in a walk. Uvonne Andoh, who is working on her Masters at VCU, will be joining them each morning to help...

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February may be our last month of dancing at the Jig.  This is the month of decision…what do we want to do? Let me know what you plan to do, to make this activity more successful!...

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Our Seniors at Peter Paul are celebrating Black History Month in earnest in February. Barbara Brown, Senior Center EAST Coordinator at Peter Paul, has planned a rich schedule visiting the Black...

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