Niles Senior Center
Empowering adults through community engagement, wellness, volunteerism and lifelong learning.
The Niles Senior Center offers programs to support the health, well being and social needs of seniors, age 55 and over. The Center offers a variety of programs such as luncheons, health education, clubs, and day trips, as well as classes on topics ranging from dance to cooking to yoga to computer instruction. Use the menus below or to the left to learn more about our offerings.
NEW - March & April 2024 Program Guide
Member registration begins at 8:30am on Tuesday, February 13. Non-members may begin to register on Tuesday, February 20. Please note that registration for the overnight trip to Door County, Wisconsin will only be available in-person or over the phone.
To view the new March & April 2024 Program Guide, please click here.
January & February 2024 Program Guide
Registration is currently open for all of our programs in the January & February Program Guide. To view the Program Guide, please click here.
NSC Snow Days
In the event of extreme weather where in-person programs may be cancelled due to frigid temps and/or measurable snow, we will offer NSC Snow Days! Members will receive emails on those days with a virtual program schedule. We will include games, classes, travelogues, etc.
Register Early: A lot of planning goes into creating quality programs for our members and guests. If you are interested in a program, please sign up early to ensure that your class is not cancelled. Registration may be made by check by mail, Visa, Mastercard or Discover. Credit card payments can be made online or over the phone.
Interested in Volunteer opportunities at the NSC?
The staff here at the Center could not do what we do without our AMAZING Volunteers. We are very excited to discuss the future of our Volunteer program with all of you. If you are interested, please complete the NSC Volunteer Interest Form. If you have any questions, please call Jaymi.
Teach a Class at the Niles Senior CenterAt the Niles Senior Center we are always looking for new program opportunities. Do you have a talent, specific skill or specialty in a particular area that you would like to share with others? Currently we are looking for people to lead dice games, knitting and crocheting groups and movie discussion and chat groups, but are open to all ideas. If interested, please contact Chrisann Fahy at 847-588-8436 or email@example.com.
If you are interested in becoming a Meals on Wheels volunteer, we are currently recruiting drivers and in-house volunteers to assist with this daily program. Please call the Senior Center for more information.