Senior citizen centers in Albuquerque serve anyone age 50 and up and offer a variety of social programs. Whether you're looking for a reasonably priced meal, a place to learn or have a fitness workout, there are options around town.
Find breakfast and lunch, free wifi internet access, and a notary service (by appointment). There is a computer lab for senior use. The regular schedule of activities has a full line of classes, wellness checkups, dances and more.
The Bear Canyon Center provides breakfast, lunch, and free wifi -- don't forget to bring your laptop. They also offer a diverse array of workshops and classes, from guitar to lip reading to woodcarving.
A full line of classes is offered in drawing, painting, ceramics, computers, dancing and more. Enjoy dancing, fitness classes, and a Red Hat Society. See the full schedule. There is free wifi and a computer lab with computers. Breakfast and lunch are served at the Highland Grill; reservations are required.
Manzano Mesa is an intergenerational center that welcomes all ages, with activities and focuses on seniors and youth. Free wifi internet access is available, as well as meals. The water spray park is a summertime favorite.
The North Domingo Baca Multigenerational Center offers a wide variety of activities, from Bible study to table tennis. The newest of Albuquerque's community centers, it offers a computer cafe, community rooms, fitness rooms, and meals. They offer free wifi as well.
The center has regular programs (you'll find karaoke as well as quilting here), free WiFi and computer labs and reduced-price meals.
The center offers free WiFi, reduced price breakfast and lunch, and notary service by appointment. The Palo Duro Senior Sports and Fitness Center is located at 3351 Monroe NE. It provides seniors 50+ with equipment, classes and a rotating variety of programs. Check out the ice cream socials on the third Thursday of every month.