A listing of senior citizen clubs in Rockland County:

Town Clubs
The Town Recreation Departments offer programs for town residents 60 years of age and older to meet and socialize.  Call the Senior Citizen Leader at your Town Recreation Department for information on joining a club.

Community Outreach Center
21 Remsen Ave, Suite 201, Monsey, NY
(845) 356-9600
Daily social program where seniors gather for riveting lectures, musical performances, nutritious meals and the opportunity to stay connected with friends.  Door-to-door transportation is provided.  Registration is required.

Meals on Wheels Senior Centers Program
(845) 624-6325
Meals on Wheels Programs & Services of Rockland operates Senior Centers located throughout Rockland County.  The Senior Centers offer a "home away from home" for hundreds of participants who enjoy the camaraderie of their peers and stimulating activities.  A hot lunch is served daily, and transportation is provided. 

Martin Luther King Multi-Purpose Center
110 Bethune Blvd, Spring Valley
(845) 425-8910
Program provides elders with time to socialize, fellowship, health assessments, workshops as well as hot and cold lunches.

Rockland Community Development Council (RCDC)
22 Main Street, Monsey, NY
(845) 352-1400
The RCDC senior center offers a reprieve from isolation, health screening, educational lectures, recreation and physical activity.

Rockland Opportunity Development Association
15 Elyon Road, Monsey, NY
(845) 356-5528
Socialization for the Orthodox community.

RCC Senior Citizen Club

Rockland Community College

The Rockland Community College Senior Citizens Club is designed to encourage citizens of Rockland County to participate in on-and-off campus educational, cultural, health, and social activities. The Club offers its members intellectual and social experiences through guest speakers, cultural presentations, and trips to places of interest. The Club meets every second and fourth Friday of each month at noon when the College is in session in the Technology Center, Ellipse (Room 8180). Parking is available in the student lot opposite the Technology Center.


Contributions are voluntary and confidential and are used to expand the services for which they are received. No one will be denied services because of an inability or unwillingness to contribute. 

Services are funded in part by the Administration on Community Living, New York State Office for the Aging and the Rockland County Office for the Aging.