What is the Senior Center?
One of the key characteristics of a caring community is how it provides for its senior citizens. The Town of Wheatland Senior Center is located in the Wheatland Municipal Building at 22 Main Street in Scottsville and is designed specifically for the enjoyment and leisure of the mature adult population, ages 60 years and above (and their spouse of any age).
What services does the Senior Center offer?
Recreational, social, educational and health-related programs, activities and services are offered in a warm and friendly environment that are intended to help senior citizens maintain their independence in the community. This includes a lunchtime hot meal program. A monthly News Letter highlights upcoming schedule of activities. See Senior Center FAQs for answers to common inquiries.
The place for Seniors be Active, Fit and Connected!
The Senior Center is funded through a combination of participant contributions, the United States Administration on Aging, the New York State Office for the Aging, Monroe County Office for the Aging and the Town of Wheatland. No person shall be denied benefits of the Senior Center or subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving Federal Assistance on the grounds of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability or marital status.
Town of Wheatland
Senior Center Coordinator
Town of Wheatland
P.O. Box 15
22 Main Street
Scottsville, New York
Mon, Wed, Thurs
10:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Senior Center Activities & Services
Activities and services at the Wheatland Senior Center include:
Games - Enjoy good conversation and fun with others while playing card games, other games like Bingo or electronic Wii games.
Day Trips – Visit various local venues (i.e., Public Market, Abbott's Ice Cream, Christmas Tree Shop). Transportation is provided, sign up is required to participate.
Musical Entertainment - Many local musicians join us for musical fun including: Paul Killion, the White Hots and many others.
Holiday Parties - Always a good time at events like a Halloween Pizza Party, Senior Holiday Ball, Annual Christmas Brunch).
Nutrition Counseling Health Education and Counseling - Blood pressure checks, flu shots, etc.
Eldersource Care Manager - Eldersource was launched in 1995 to help provide guidance for eldercare situations. An Eldersource Care Manager is a social worker who is trained in geriatrics and the ins and outs of our community’s complex eldercare system. A care manager can assess your situation, discuss a care plan, link you to services or assist with a move to a higher level of care. An Eldersource Care Manager is available at the Senior Center on the 4th Monday of each month.
Van Transportation - Provided upon request to and from the Senior Center and also provided for day trip outings.
Senior Center Schedule
Check out the monthly Senior Center Schedule of programs and activities below. Select the desired event from the interactive Senior Center calendar below to see specific details. A detailed lunch menu is provided in the Hot Meals Program section below.
Lunch Club Program
The Lunch Club Program is administered by the Monroe County Office for the Aging and is designed to help our community's older residents and visitors enjoy better health through improved nutrition. During the pandemic, a nutritious meal is delivered to participants on Tuesdays. The suggested contribution for senior citizens is $3.50, read more about suggested contributions and their application. Reservations can be made in advance by calling the Senior Center Director at (585) 889-1284. Check out the lunch menu calendar below and see what's cooking at the Senior Center!