Haber House Senior Center
3024 W 24th St, Brooklyn, NY 11224
Offers classes like Indian dance and African beading that reflect the diverse interests of a wide array of cultures. Also has food pantry available for seniors and accommodates a large concentration of Holocaust survivor attendees. Hosts a specialty Sunday program with entertainment, food and socialization.
Jay Harama Senior Center
2600 Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11229
An active, lively senior center that has frequent dance programs, holiday celebrations and monthly birthday parties. Offers high-skilled art classes like Chinese sketching, needlepoint, quilting or crocheting. This center is equipped with a computer lab and also provides English as a second language (ESL) classes.
Marlboro Senior Center
2298 W 8th St, Brooklyn, NY 11223
Popular with a diverse demographic of attendees. Offers excellent food and a wide range of physical activities, arts and crafts and dancing. Staff and seniors are very friendly and welcoming, and celebrate multiple cultures throughout the year.
Ocean Parkway Senior Center
1960 E 7th St, Brooklyn, NY 11223
718-449-5000 ext 2860
Caters to the Sephardic community by offering Sephardic hashgacha and Beit Yosef meat, but also accommodates seniors from all walks of life. Provides take-home meals on Fridays for the weekend. Attendees enjoy frequent outings and parties, and take many classes such as computer skills, ESL, painting and tai chi.
Coney Island Seaside Innovative Senior Center (Previously Surf Solomon Senior Center)
3001 West 37th street, Brooklyn NY 11224
In addition to its regular healthy aging and educational/recreation programs, this “Innovative Senior Center” provides supervised programs in partnership with other local organizations. These include YMCA fitness classes, special health lectures through Brooklyn College, and trips to museums, the NY Aquarium, Broadway shows and more. Head to the Boardwalk and the Coney Island Alliance storefront to see ceramic tile murals created by these seniors!