A FREE Membership is required to attend Council on Aging (COA) programs, classes, use drop-in computers, and use other COA services. Front Desk Volunteers can register you in minutes and are available to help you discover programs and services that fit your lifestyle and schedule!
You will be given a free scan-card. The scan-in system allows the Senior Center to track usage statistics (very important for grants!), so please be sure use your scan-in card at each visit. If you forget your card -- no problem -- you can scan-in using your first name and phone number. Make sure to keep your phone number updated with us.
All participants, visitors and guests are required to check in with the reception desk upon arrival at the Center.
Most Greenfield Senior Center programs, events, and services are free or low cost. Some have suggested voluntary donations. A few have a fee to attend the program.
For information on classes, events, trips, and the associated fees, please check out the Senior News (click here >>) or talk with a Front Desk Volunteer.
No scholarships are offered at this time.
Some programs require advanced registration while some are offered as "drop-in" with a first-come first-served. The following policy refers to progams that require registration. Please note that COA sponsored programs are geared towards age 55+ , many programs are open to the public, and some are family friendly — please inquire!
- If you need an accommodation to participate, please contact a GCOA staff member BEFORE registering.
- All payments are FINAL; no refunds unless GCOA cancels the program.
- You MUST be a Member to register for any program. (Sign up for a FREE Membership at the front desk).
- No “group reservations” for free programs.
- Registrations/tickets for paid programing is transferable; registrations for free programs are NOT transferrable.
- Registrations must be canceled with the Front Desk during business hours.
- No bills larger than a $20 bill.
- Schedule may change without notice. Please watch for weather cancellations.
Posted: Wed, Dec 9, 2015 11:40 AM
Updated Tue, May 15, 2018 12:00 AM