The Charlotte Senior Center welcomes newcomers, builds community, and engages visitors with courses, activities, events & presentations.
Charlotte Residents: Help Your Community! The Resilience Assessment Survey.
This assessment is the first step of a Resilience Series hosted by the Charlotte Public Library, Charlotte Community Partners, and Community Resilience Organizations. Our goal through this town-wide assessment is to gain a clearer picture of our resilience across the many sectors that make up our community.
Take the Resilience Assessment Survey.
Winter Schedule 2020-21
The Senior Center is now offering online classes using the Zoom platform, an easy to use video-conferencing application which allows participants to join a class, follow an instructor, or engage in an online meeting or conversation. It is available on desktop and laptop computers, tablets, and cellphones for free.
See the Online (Zoom) Classes page for a list of available course offerings.
Wednesday Events/Lectures at 1 pm. For detailed information on upcoming Wednesday lectures and events, see Wednesday Events/Lectures. For recordings and information of past talks, also see Wednesday Events/Lectures.
12/09: WRAPPING UP a GOOD READ with Library Director Margaret Woodruff
Join us for an online book show-and-tell session, just in time for the holidays. Staff from the Charlotte Library share their favorite selections for all ages. Books available to purchase at the Flying Pig Bookstore in Shelburne.
Meeting ID: 895 5683 5290
Art Exhibits: Art exhibits will be displayed at the Senior Center for viewing. Each exhibit will be displayed for two months. For more information, see Art Exhibits.
9:30 am-10:30 am
1:30 pm-2:30 pm
3:00 pm-4:00 pm
Notice of Closure
The Senior Center building is closed to all activities until further notice.
The Senior Center building remains closed, but activities, art exhibits, online presentations and online courses are continuing—and expanding. Fall Road Hikes have started up again and participants have enjoyed some great weather.
Any announcements regarding re-opening the Senior Center will appear here, on Front Porch Forum, on the telephone message of the Center, and in the Charlotte News.
The Senior Center staff will be available by phone and email. Leave a message on the Center number: 425-6345; voicemail will be checked. See the Contact page for email addresses.
Annual Senior Center Fund-Raising Drive Delayed
As a result of the coronavirus situation, the Senior Center has postponed its Spring Annual Fund-Raising Drive. In the meantime, if folks would like to make a donation to the Senior Center, that would be appreciated. If you wish, a check could be made out to CSC and mailed to P.O. Box 207, Charlotte, VT 05445. Thank you for your support.