The Parks, Recreation and Library Services Department offers a great variety of programs and services at the Inglewood Senior Center for people fifty years of age and older.
Activities include the opportunity to travel, to pursue old hobbies and to learn new ones, to socialize with friends, to meet new people, to increase knowledge, to become and stay physically fit, to supplement income, to contribute to the community and much more!
Traditional recreation activities are offered specifically for seniors at the Inglewood Senior Center and City recreation centers including Darby, Rogers, Vincent and Siminski Parks. The park based recreation centers offer many programs that are offered for all adults including seniors.
Seniors may request door to door transportation to appointments, shopping or to attend a program at a Senior Center. Seniors may also participate in our congregate meals program which provides hot lunches for seniors or receive information about social services and community resources.
About the Senior Center
The Inglewood Senior Center is a warm and friendly home away from home for seniors. Seniors, ages 50 and over, can enjoy a variety of activities, holiday celebrations, parties and classes, have a hot lunch, participate in clubs, take trips and excursions, and volunteer to help others. The Center is also the focal point for social services for the Inglewood, Hawthorne and Lennox catchment area.
- Congregate Meals
- Home-Delivered Meals
- Care Management
- Information, Referrals and Assistance
The Center was founded in 1975 to provide activities and services for active senior citizens as well as the home-bound. Looking to the future, the City is planning a new, state-of the-art Senior Center to meet the anticipated growth in the senior population.