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Active Wellness Program at St. Alban's

This free program is a classroom for lifelong learning, a refuge for meditation and exercise, a parlor for engaging conversation and discussions, and a place for dear friendships to grow. It attracts older adults from the neighborhood and beyond who are drawn to the delicious (and nutritious!) daily lunch and diverse activities — such as a farmer’s market with free produce, exercise classes, and field trips.

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Adas Israel Behrend Senior Fellowship Lunchtime & Exercise Program

Participate in fitness classes, a delicious lunch and cultural programs. All DC residents 60 years and up welcome.

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Asbury Methodist Church/Downtown Clusters Day Care

The Downtown Cluster’s Geriatric Day Care Center is a non-residential, community-based day center, which provides therapeutic person-centered care and supportive services by professionally trained and caring staff. Contact them for more information about participation. Downtownclusters@gmail.com .or Tel: (202) 347-7527.

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Asian Pacific Islander Senior Services Center

DC Office on Aging funded site open to any DC resident 60+. Focusses on an Asian and Pacific Island DC residents 60+ and provides exercise, coffee and lunch, English classes, and other events.

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Chevy Chase Community Center

The Chevy Chase Community Center offers a number of classes and programs for seniors. Pick up their schedule at the Chevy Chase Community Center or email Brittany.miller@dc.gov.

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Chevy Chase Neighborhood Library

The Chevy Chase Neighborhood Library offers free films, book groups, board games and trivia nights and many other activities.

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Claridge Towers Community Dining

Provides coffee, lunch, entertainment to DC seniors in the area. Open from 11-2 pm. See individual schedule at the site.

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Cleveland and Woodley Park Village

Cleveland & Woodley Park Village helps senior neighbors live safely and confidently in their homes and engage in community events through the support of a network of dedicated neighborhood volunteers. Cleveland & Woodley Park Village, a nonprofit membership organization, serves the Cleveland Park and Woodley Park neighborhoods and welcomes your participation and support.

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Cleveland Park Neighborhood Library

The Cleveland Park Library supports older adults through wise aging seminars, book clubs, yoga, art education.

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DC Department of Aging and Community Living

The DC Office on Aging has a vast network of programs serving older adults in the District of Columbia.

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Dupont Circle Village

Membership levels include associate members, full members, and household members, including reduced rates. There are also activities available for non members, including yoga, and lectures.

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Foggy Bottom West End Village

Foggy Bottom West End Village is a nonprofit membership organization that provides services for its members to help them comfortably age in their community by supplying social events, health support, and many other offerings.

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Georgetown Neighborhood Library

The Georgetown library engages the community through movies, publishing discussions, English conversation, poetry workshops, yoga, book groups, art classes, music, and other activities.

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Georgetown Village

Membership levels include individual and social memberships. There are also activities available for non members, including yoga, and lectures.

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Glover Park Community Center (Stoddert Recreation Center)

Check out some of the intergenerational activities offered at this site.

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Guy Mason Recreation Center

The Department of Parks and Recreation offers many great programs at Guy Mason Recreation Center, including:  Cooking Classes, Bingo, China Painting, Enamels & Fused Glass, Pottery, Yoga, and Zumba.

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Guy Mason Recreation Center: Free Special Events and Programs

Guy Mason offers many activities and special events. Press “Read more” for a list of this month’s events and activities.

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Hearst Recreation Center

Hearst Recreation Center offers basketball and zumba for adults. See their website for more information. Or visit the facility.

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James Apartment Building Senior Living Community

Provides coffee, lunch, entertainment to DC seniors in the area. Open from 11-2 pm. See individual schedule at the site.

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Jewish Community Center

The Jewish Community Center offers a wide array of fitness classes, educational programs, films, discussion groups. You don’t have to be Jewish to participate. The Center is currently under renovation, but many of the programs are being held nearby.

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Live and Learn Bethesda

Live & Learn Bethesda was created to enrich the communities by offering interesting, informative and stimulating classes with a wide range of topics including Exercise & Fitness, Arts & Music, History & Literature, Computers & Technology, and Local & General Interest. They are just over the DC line, but not far away!

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Oasis Senior Center for the Homeless

Provides coffee, lunch, entertainment to DC seniors in the area. Open from 11-2 pm. See individual schedule at the site.

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Palisades Neighborhood Library

Visit the the Palisades Library to participate in French conversation, book club, writers workshops and other activities.

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Palisades Recreation Center

The newly-renovated Palisades Community Center offers fitness classes and walking groups, as well as other programs. Sign up through the Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) website.

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Palisades Village Ongoing Classes and Games

Palisades Village proudly serves the six neighborhoods of Berkley, Foxhall, Kent, Palisades, Spring Valley and Wesley Heights.

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Scrabble Fun

Come join us for some Scrabble fun — everyone welcome! Boards and tiles will be provided. Hosted at Iona Senior Services and the Tenley-Friendship library by Charles Lee and Sammy Taubman, rising 10th graders at Wilson and long-time Scrabble players. Coaching provided upon request.

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Shaw (Watha T. Daniel) Neighborhood Library

The Shaw library offers English conversation, adult learning, GED, writing, improvisation, and other programs. Intergenerational programs abound.

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St. Paul's Lutheran Church Prime Time Senior Ministry

Join us every Wednesday for Food and Fun with Prime Time Senior Ministry!
Every week Prime Time gathers to watch an interesting program or lecture, followed by lunch and exercise class. There are always new friends to meet and new things to learn, so we hope you’ll join us! Transportation is available if needed, Please contact Deaconess Cassie Brown for more information.

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Tenley-Friendship Neighborhood Library

The Tenleytown Library offers many activities for older adults including a knitting group, yoga, book clubs, author talks, book talks, job seekers clinics, career change groups, english language, conversation, and fitness classes.

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West End Neighborhood Library

The West End Library offers many activities for older adults, including a movie night, coloring club, art club, writing club and intergenerational activities.

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YMCA - Fit and Well Seniors

Fit & Well Seniors is a wellness program which caters to the needs of DC seniors. Launched in 2010 in partnership with CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, this program helps seniors find movement and vitality—all free of charge. Thanks to a grant from the Department of Aging and Community Living the Fit & Well Seniors program is now part of the DACL’s Senior Services Network. Sign up by visiting the YMCA or calling (202) 232-6700.

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