Senior Living in Clarendon Hills, Illinois
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“It was a wonderful experience! Home Helpers immediately came to my assistance.”
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Activities for Seniors in Clarendon Hills
Clarendon Hills Park District
Through agreements between the Clarendon Hills Park District and the Westmont and Darien park districts, residents of Clarendon Hills can take part in fitness programs at these neighboring districts at the resident price.
The Darien Park District Fitness Club is a 3,900-square-foot fitness center at 7301 Fairview Avenue. For more information on the fitness center and its many classes and programs, call (630) 986-6400.
The Westmont Park District, at 24 Plaza Drive, Westmont, offers a full schedule of fitness classes and other exercise opportunities. Call (630) 789-2673.
ROMEOs stands for Retired Older Men Eating Out. The group meets the first Monday of each month for breakfast and conversation at a local restaurant. For more information, call Christ Lutheran Church of Clarendon Hills at (630) 325-2220.
The Community House
Whether you enjoy theatre, music or simply getting together with friends, the Active Adults program at The Community House has something for everyone. They have a variety of card groups, exercise classes and computer classes, in addition to day trips and special in-house events. Come by yourself or bring along a friend and join in one of the many offerings for active adults in the community. There are many opportunities for you to stay active and involved. For more information and a current listing of day trips and special events or to become a member, call (630) 323-7500.
The Hinsdale Encore Chorale offers adults 55 and older than opportunity to enjoy the many benefits of choral singing.
Rehearsals are held from 10 to 11:30 a.m. every Thursday morning at The Community House in Hinsdale, with two free concerts held each year.
Cost for each 15-week program is $175, which includes music and a rehearsal CD.