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Cincinnati Senior Centers

Cincinnati area seniors don’t have to look far when it comes to local entertainment. Elderly individuals can find social and recreational activities, exercise classes, and even travel opportunities by connecting with nearby senior centers and nonprofit groups.

Finding a place to play games

Two dozen senior centers located across San Antonio offer different activities and events that cater to any sort of lifestyle. You can visit a center to relax in its communal meeting room and catch up with friends, or you can challenge your peers to a round of bridge in the game room. Senior centers provide isolated individuals and those without family living nearby the opportunity to enjoy themselves in a social setting away from home.

Finding a place to learn

Elderly individuals can visit their nearest senior center to learn new skills or hone old ones, from painting to playwriting. The Mayerson Jewish Community Center (JCC) offers computer classes for individuals over the age of 60 that aim teach students the basics of using electronic and mobile devices. Seniors can also visit the JCC to attend regular lectures held by guest speakers.

Finding a fitness group

Cincinnati senior centers offer several programs geared towards helping elderly individuals maintain an active mind and body. Fitness classes and dance classes help seniors to build up their endurance and balance, while light weight training helps to improve muscle tone. Some senior centers also offer Pickleball tournaments, water aerobics, and more.

The Southwest Ohio Senior Olympics , hosted by the Cincinnati Recreation Commission, offers adults over the age of 50 the chance to show off their physical prowess as they compete for first place in swimming competitions, golf tournaments, tennis games and more. This entertaining and challenging event is held annually each spring.

Finding a performance troupe

Cincinnati seniors with a knack for dancing can take classes in folk, modern and tap dancing at the Clifton Cultural Arts Center. The facility also offers theatre classes, including acting and improv workshops for adults of all ages. Musicians over the age of 50, regardless of experience level, can join the New Horizons Orchestra program to meet and play alongside other talented senior instrumentalists.

Finding new friends

You can drop by your local senior center to participate in classes, game nights, or other events to meet peers in your area who share your love of board games or your enthusiasm for fitness. You can also take to the Internet to find Meetup groups with similar interests to your own. Meetup groups can connect you with interesting new friends or, for those on the dating scene, help you to meet singles living in your area.

Finding a travel group

The Cincinnati Recreation Commission offers both domestic and international travel opportunities to Cincinnati area seniors through Collette Vacations. Seniors can take a week-long trip exploring all that their own city has to offer, or join a group trip to Northern California, the Canadian Rockies, or London and Paris. There are also several Meetup groups around Hamilton County that focus on tourism and travel.

Learn more about Cincinnati Senior Services here:

Cincinnati Concierge Services

Cincinnati Rehab Centers

Cincinnati Volunteer Opportunities for Seniors

Cincinnati Hospitals

Things to Do in Cincinnati

Senior-Friendly Workplaces in Cincinnati

Cincinnati Veterans Support Groups

How to Get Around Cincinnati Without Driving

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