A Multi-purpose Center Serving:
Phoenixville – Spring City – East & West Pikeland Twps.
East & West Vincent Twps. – Charlestown Twp. – Schuylkill Twp.
153 Church Street, Phoenixville, PA 19460
Mon and Wed 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM – Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 8 AM to 2:30 PM
Breakfast is served on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
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support and enhance the lives of all senior citizens.
HELP MEET THE CHALLENGE!
It’s been leaked to our reporter that an ardent supporter CHALLENGED The Phoenixville Area Senior Center to raise $10,000 by June 30, 2017. The Senior Center responded by reaching out to the community to ask for help to meet the Challenge. Every new donation up to $10,000 will be matched, raising $20,000 to support the programs and activities of the Senior Center. Are you up to the challenge of helping the senior members of our community live active, independent, healthy lives? You can mail your donation or use our “DONATE NOW” button on our website for credit card payment or PayPal. Let’s “deliver” help for our Seniors by meeting The Challenge!
The Vacation Cash 50/50 Jackpot is currently $750.
- Breakfast: – Breakfast is now served on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday mornings from 8 AM to 9 AM. Start your day with a hot breakfast and enjoy meeting your friends at the center. Donations accepted. Suggested donation of $2.00, appreciated but not required. Hope to see you soon!
The Phoenixville Area Senior Center exists to serve, support and enhance the lives of all senior citizens, 60 years of age and older by providing
opportunities in the way of programs and activities designed to promote active, independent, healthily lifestyles.
HISTORY OF THE CENTER:
The Phoenixville Area Senior Center was founded in 1978. The First Presbyterian Church on Main Street rented space to the senior center for its
program for 10 years. There it offered a daily luncheon and a few programs for adults over the age of 60. Space was limited and as membership grew, it became necessary to search for a larger facility.
In May of 1986, an opportunity arose to purchase and renovate the Sacred Heart Social Center, a historic building ideal for a senior center. The building was conveniently located near the downtown business district and nearby residential area. Major renovations were needed both to the outside and the inside of the building. After the first phase of the renovations was completed, community volunteers helped to move the center from the First Presbyterian Church to our new building on Church Street. An Open House was held on October 30, 1988, to celebrate the opening of the new center and to allow everyone in the community to visit.
With the new facility, the center was able to increase its programming for seniors. Today, the center welcomes a culturally diverse group of people who spend time at the center involved in a variety of activities. The center now offers exercise classes, art classes, computer classes, a Tech support group, and Wii bowling. Our trip program is very popular for those who like to travel. Breakfast is offered three days a week and lunch is available five days a week. Seniors also enjoy a variety of social events and celebrations.
The Phoenixville Area Senior Center continues its tradition to serve, support and enhance the lives of all senior citizens, by providing programs and activities designed to promote active, independent, healthy lifestyles.
Senior Center Services:
Lunch is served Noon, Mon – Fri
Apprise Counseling Transportation is provided by Rover Transportation Health Screening and Seminars Group activities and friendly in-house competitions Computer learning classes Day & Overnight Trips Exercise programs Arts & Crafts Volunteers opportunities Duplicate Bridge Watercolor & Acrylic Painting Class Senior Chorus Income Tax Assistance VISION – The organization's vision is to be a leader in the community serving all segments of the elderly population. We want to continue to provide opportunities for older adults to reach their maximum potential. Copyright ©2011 Phoenixville Senior Center and It’s Web Master All Rights Reserved