Broome County offers many programs for people of all ages. Here's one that you may not have thought of being a part of.

For those who are ages 60 and over, there are nine senior centers located throughout Broome County, and the Office of Aging offers many programs and benefits to take part in at each senior center.

Broome County Senior Centers offer several activities, programs, special events, and even meal options. For April, anyone who is not currently a regular at one of the nine senior centers (60 or older) and spouses of any age, or just haven't been to one of the senior centers in a while, are invited to "Be Our Guest.

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The Broome County Office For Aging notes that your visit is a great way to learn about the benefits and fun of participating at any of the nine senior centers in Broome County.

"Be Our Guest" visits in April will include a tour and introduction to activities, programs, meal options, and special events. A complimentary lunch will be offered along with two meal tickets that are good for another visit.

Appointments need to be scheduled for a "Be Out Guest" day by calling the senior center of your choice. It is best to call before Noon on the day before the day you choose to visit.

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The Nine Broome County Senior Centers and phone numbers to set up an appointment, are listed below:

    • Broome West Senior Center in Endwell: (607) 785-1777
    • Chenango Bridge Senior Center: (607) 663-0406
    • Deposit Senior Center: (607) 467-3953
    • Eastern Broome Senior Center in Harpursville: (607) 693-2069
    • First Ward Senior Center in Binghamton: (607) 729-6214
    • Johnson City Senior Center: (607) 797-3145
    • North Shore Towers Community Center in Binghamton: (607) 772-6214
    • Northern Broome Senior Center in Whitney Point: (607) 692-3405
    • Vestal Senior Center: (607) 754-9596

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