New! You can now sign up online by clicking here.
We’re a home away from home where you can socialize and meet new friends, play a game of pool, improve your computer skills and enjoy a cup of coffee, pastry or meal. Members have full access to a variety of resources and activities. There’s something for everyone!
- Regular Membership is available to adults age 50 and up for only $25 per year.
- President’s Club Membership is available for a $100 donation. Your donation supports the vital programs and services provided by the Senior Center and covers annual membership for you and another member of your household. President’s Club donations can also be made in memory of a loved one. Our President’s Club members play an important role in helping us to continue to provide high-quality programming, exciting trips, essential senior support services, and much more. $50 of your donation is tax deductible.
Member Benefits include:
- Access to our safe and comfortable facility
- Use of our computer lab and free WiFi
- Free bread and pastries donated from local stores and bakeries
- Classes and activities
- Access to trips and excursions
- Special dinners
- Informational presentations
- Usage of our Library & Pool Table
- And many more!
Note: Additional fees may apply for some programs.
Here is what one family is saying about the Adult and Senior Center of Saratoga:
“My mom is one of hundreds of seniors that depend on the Adult and Senior Center of Saratoga every day. Imagine being 82, legally blind, struggling with dementia and determined to still live independently. She is a new member who attends several days a week, enjoys a healthy lunch, and socializes with others, as the staff and seniors lovingly guide her along. Remarkably, she still plays bridge several times a week, and has taken up ceramics, both being the highlights of her week. For her and many other seniors, the Center provides an environment which allows them a balance to live independently yet stay safe and continue socializing. If it weren’t for the center she would be a “shut in” with little to no peer interaction. The lunch program, affordable or free activities, and socialization are invaluable.”
~ Tami Cohan