Wellness and Recreation

Active Older Adult Fitness

Plattsburgh YMCA
17 Oak Street
Plattsburgh, NY 12901
Phone: (518) 561-4290
Fax: (518) 561-0124
Program Website

The YMCA Program for senior citizens involves health education, a comprehensive program of floor and pool exercises and opportunities for socialization.

Please visit the YMCA Active Older Adult Fitness page for more information about these programs.

*These classes are free!  You do NOT have to be a member of the YMCA to participate.  A contribution is suggested, but not required to attend.

Funding for these programs is provided by Clinton County Office for the Aging, NYS Office for the Aging, United Way and YMCA.  Other Senior programs are available at the YMCA for members and for a small fee. 

Senior Citizens Council of Clinton County, Inc. (SCCCC)

5139 North Catherine Street
Plattsburgh, NY 12901
Phone: (518) 563-6180
Fax: (518) 563-0908
Website
Contact: Marie Alexander
Executive Director
Email

The Senior Center

The Senior Center is located in the former Seton Catholic High School on the corner of Court and North Catherine Streets in Plattsburgh. Off street parking is available behind the building, from which you can enter the Center’s upper level. The Center includes a large gymnasium/auditorium, complete with stage, basketball hoops, shuffleboard court and concession area.
An elevator can bring you to the lower level.  There you will find a spacious and comfortable dining room where the Nutrition Program serves lunch 5 days a week and the coffee and tea are always on.  A cozy living room area includes a large screen TV where you can enjoy a movie or playing Wii.  A large computer room adjoins.  The main entrance is on North Catherine, with a side entrance on Court Street.

The Senior Center offers or hosts a variety of recreational and educational programs including art classes, bingo, poker, bridge, 55 Alive Driver Safety, mah jongg, pinochle, French and German language lessons, musical entertainment, Tai Chi, holiday parties, picnics and more.

The Office for the Aging funds some of these activities for registered individuals 60+.  Voluntary contributions are accepted and become part of the Senior Center’s operating budget.

Individuals under 60 and unregistered people of any age who wish to participate in OFA-funded services must pay a guest fee.
Activities that are not OFA funded may have a participation fee.