Activities at the Senior Center

Drop-In Fitness Classes (pay as you go)

  • Aerobic/Movement Classes - Mondays/Tuesdays/Fridays
  • Tai Chi - Fridays (Sept-May)             
  • Mat Yoga - Wednesdays                
  • Chair Yoga - Thursdays
  • Seated Strength and Balance - Fridays 
  • Line Dancing - Tuesdays
  • Chair Volleyball - Fridays (free)

Weekly Lecture Topics

  • Health & Wellness               
  • Financial/Legal                               
  • Travel & Leisure                
  • Public Safety (Coffees with Police and Fire)                
  • Cultural Topics/Art/Nature/History/Flower Arranging

Recreation Groups 

  • Chess Group - Mondays                               
  • Bingo - Fridays                
  • Art Group - Mondays                
  • Knitting - Wednesdays in the Lounge                
  • Mellowtones Co-Ed Choral Group - Fridays 
  • Rummikub Group - Thursdays                    
  • Weekly Movies & Pizza - Thursdays


  • Seniors drop-in to socialize and relax in the lounge area, to make use of the book & magazine exchange, and to pick up the various resource and informational materials available to take home.

Monthly Health Screenings and Other Clinics

  • Blood Pressure Screenings                                               
  • Podiatry Care
  • Flu Shots (Fall/Winter)
  • Metrowest Legal Services Clinic - by appointment
  • SHINE Medicare Health Insurance Counseling - Wednesdays by appointment
  • Seasonal Tax Preparation by AARP Tax Program

Card Groups & More

  • Book Group               
  • Computer Instruction by appointment
  • English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Group
  • Card Groups (Cribbage, Whist, Bridge, Canasta)        
  • Monthly Day Trips                
  • Seasonal Parties

You will find the day and time for all activities listed in the Watertown Senior News(PDF) published monthly and available here online, and at the Watertown Senior Center, Town Hall, and Free Public Library all month, and, at local banks, grocery stores, post offices and malls at the beginning of the month. The newsletter may also be mailed to homebound elders upon request.