The Tilton Senior Center offers community and fellowship for seniors, while also serving as a resource for vital services. Centrally located in Tilton, we draw from the communities of Belmont, Sanbornton, Northfield, and Franklin, but all are welcome. We strive to offer seniors emotional and physical support, as well as a way to recharge their spirits. Originally used as a church, in the 1990s it served as the Grange Hall for the town of Tilton. Recently restored by a dedicated group of volunteers, headed up by the Tilton Senior Center Executive Committee, the new building houses photos of the town’s history and is a welcoming place for seniors to gather for conversation and camaraderie.
Whether through learning a new skill, self-expression through music and art, or simply sharing a meal with a new or longtime friend, we offer something for everyone. We hope that you will explore new ideas with us through health and wellness classes, cooking lessons and demonstrations, computer skills classes, art lessons, exercise, etc. Or simply join us for a meal. We feature several speakers each month during our meals. Topics range from health issues to nature programs to support services for seniors.
Music is a large part of our programming in Tilton. Our senior musicians entertain the community on a weekly basis, and often stop in for impromptu lunchtime entertainment. It’s not unusual to find well-known fiddlers, pianists, and barbershop quartets joining us for a morning of entertainment. Also, on Wednesday nights, the TSC Executive Committee hosts an Acoustic Country Pickin' Party, which is an evening of country music, fun, food, and fellowship.
Drop in and see us! You can share a meal; a craft activity, or just a quick game of cards.
We’d love to meet you!
Tilton Senior Center
For more information, to sign up for lunch, and/or schedule a ride please call Cindy Clarenbach, Senior Center Manager, at 527-8291 or email@example.com. To check out our monthly newsletter, please scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on the attachment.