Upcoming Events

Upcoming Center Events

Kentucky Derby Kickoff

Friday, May 3, 1 pm | RSVP

Stop by the Center to kick off Derby Weekend. Watch The Longines Kentucky Oaks in the community space. Enjoy the Center's version of an Oak's Lily. Wear pink! Refreshments will be served.


Hawaiian Luau

Wednesday, May 8, 1:30 pm | $8 | Must RSVP

Let's celebrate the warmer weather! Wear your favorite Hawaiian shirt. We will have live music by Rick Russo, hula hooping, limbo contest, and activities, with Hawiian punch, pork, pasta and more for your enjoyment.


Mother's Day Breakfast with Omelette King

Friday, May 10, 9 am | $10 | Must RSVP 

Let's celebrate all the moms at the Center! Breakfast will be provided by Omelette King Catering. Enjoy made to order omelettes, homefries, coffee, and more. All are welcome.


Memorial Day Picnic

Monday, May 20, 2 pm | $5 | Must RSVP

It's a red, white, & blue BBQ! Honor those who sacrificed their life for our country this Memorial Day with an outdoor barbecue at the YMCA Pavilion. Live music from Phil Drum, bocce, cornhole & more. BBQ lunch by Home of the Good Shepherd. including hamurgers, hot dogs, susage & peppers, potato salad, pasta salad, corn on the cob, chips, watermelon & a patriotic dessert. 

Free Presentations

The presentations below are open to both members and non-members.


"Senior Issues"  presented by Barry Loffredo | Friday, May 3, 2 pm & Tuesday, May 7, 9:30 am | Please sign up

Join Barry Loffredo for this two-part presentation on issues faced by seniors. During his presentation, Barry will discuss a range of topics, including staying sharp, living alone, loneliness, the death of a spouse, when to move, adjusting to this phase, meaningful engagement, ageism and more. 


Roots Vita Lounge | Wednesday, May 22, 2 pm | Please sign up

Learn about Roots Vita Lounge IV treatment services! IV hydration therapy and intramuscular injections include vitamins and minerals to target many conditions including gastrointestinal issues, inflammation, fatigue, depression and anxiety.


Importance of Mobility and Fall Risk Reduction - Part 1 presented by Mallory Otto, MD, Geriatric Medicine, Saratoga Hospital 

Friday, May 24, 2 pm | Please sign up

An overview of the health benefits of mobilization, fall and injury risks, and how your medical care might be tailored to maximize mobility. 


Importance of Mobility and Fall Risk Reduction - Part 2 presented by Randy Russom, PT, Regional Therapy Center, Saratoga Hospital 

Wednesday, May 29, 2 pm | Please sign up

Discover the vital link between mobility and independence as you age. Explore practice exercises, balance techniques and lifestyle adjustments to mitigate falls and improve mobility. 


Managing Money: A Caregiver's Guides to Finances presented by Gwen Rowland, LMSW from Alzheimer's Association and Phillip Vacchio Esq. from Herzog Law Firm | Friday, May 31, 1 pm | Please sign up

If you or someone you know is facing Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or another chronic illness, it's never too early to put financial plans in place. Join us to learn tips for managing someone else’s finances, how to prepare for future care costs and the benefits of early planning.  

New Free Events/Classes

***The following programs and classes are free and open to Saratoga County residents ages 60+. You do not need to be a member of the Saratoga Senior Center to participate in these programs and classes. These programs and classes were made possible by the New York State Office for the Aging and Saratoga County Department of Aging and Youth Services.***


Country Line Dancing

Thursday May 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30 | 2:30 pm | Must RSVP

Get ready to boot, scoot and boogie! Come by the Center and join CMA Winner Kevin Richards for basic beginner country line dance lessons. No experience needed. 


Soul Line Dancing

Tuesday May 7, 14, 21 & 28 | 1:30 pm | Must RSVP

Soul Line Dancing can be done by all. It is no pressure, fun dancing and you don't need a partner. Mary & Frank will have you dancing some familiar dances but they also add their personal touch and bring in oldies, Latin, and more!


Do you carry United Healthcare & are 65+ years old? You maybe eligible for RENEW ACTIVE.

Do you carry any of the following Medicare Advantage Programs?

Did you know that your SilverSneakers and Renew Active membership allows you to attend all programming at the Center free, some exceptions may apply. It is not just for your exercise classes, it includes presentations, art classes, ZOOM classes, produce and food programs.

If you are taking a class in person, please register by calling the front desk at 518.584.1621