Information and Activities for Adults and Seniors in Bedford, NH


Welcome to the Bedford Adult and Senior Connections website. These pages are designed to connect residents and visitors to information about activities, education, entertainment, health and wellness programs, recreation and sports, social and civic clubs, veterans' services, and volunteer opportunities for adults and seniors sponsored by the town of Bedford NH, groups and organizations within the town, and resources available from many other wonderful organizations in the state.

Please Note:

The Bedford Adult and Senior Connections website no longer lists current events, or monthly and recurring scheduled activities in Bedford, because these are included in the Bedford Parks and Recreation Department website, the Bedford Public Library website, as well as the new Town of Bedford website. Instead, this website will function as a resource for adults and seniors in the Town of Bedford, with links to local organizations as well as to many other sources of information available statewide.

What is There to Do In and Around Town?

There's lots to do!

Are There Health Programs and Screenings?

  • Catholic Medical Center and Elliot Hospital offer regular health programs and screenings for adults and seniors. Click this link, Programs at CMC and Elliot, to see the programs each hospital offers and to get more information.
  • The Parish Nurse Program offers free or reduced cost health care and screenings at both St. Elizabeth Seton Parish (669-7444) and the Bedford Presbyterian Church (472-5841). Please call the churches for information on their programs.

What About a Community Center?

The Bedford Historical Society is now hard at work restoring the Stevens-Buswell School next to the town offices for use as a Community Center. Plans are underway to renovate the building to serve as a gathering place for senior citizens and veterans, a place to hold community events, exercise classes and other recreation programs, and to offer much needed meeting space for organizations and adult education classes. "Community support is much needed to accomplish this project," says Bill Earnshaw, vice president of the Bedford Historical Society. To raise funds for the Community Center, the Historical Society is holding a series of fundraisers throughout the year. They will be announced in the local papers, as well as on the Bedford Historical Society website. Please help the Historical Society to bring our dream of a Community Center to fruition!

For More Information About Bedford Connections

If you need more information about events and activities geared for adults and seniors, please contact Dave and Heather Michaels at 471-9130 or send e-mail to Bedford Connections at .