The National Council on Aging and the American Federation of Musicians presents a FREE String Concert on Tuesday, July 26.
There is a FREE String Concert - Cello and Violin on Tuesday, July 26 from 6-7pm at the Johnson City Senior Center.
Amy Christian is the Principal Second violinist with the Binghamton Philharmonic and Acting Concertmaster with the Tri Cities Opera
Hakan Tayga-Hromek is the Principal Cellist with both the Binghamton Philharmonic and the Tri Cities Opera
We celebrate the lives of our seniors!
Everyday we celebrate the lives of the seniors living in Broome and surrounding counties of upstate New York through recreation, health and educational programs. With volunteer opportunities, social events, and trips, we have something for everyone.
We are proud to be a member supported, private not-for-profit community oriented organization. We continue our commitment as a trendsetter in programs and services for adults. Please join us!
Celebrating our 40th Anniversary!
Everyday at the Johnson City Senior Center we celebrate the lives of our members, believing that aging is not about time and body but place and relationships. We proudly serve over 3,000 members as a member and community supported senior center. We offer programming throughout the year that includes Always Available Programs , Special Events, and Trips.
ROOMS AVAILABLE AT THE CENTER FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS
To acquire a "Building Use Request", please check on the INFORMATION button.
Do you have a special day or special celebration and you are finding it difficult to find an available room? The Johnson City Senior Center has all that you can ask for:
- A 100 space parking lot
- A dining room that holds 224 people. Table and chairs available
- Two smaller rooms are also available that seat approximately 40-50 persons
- An up-to-date kitchen
- Air conditioned, handicapped accessible
A Johnson City location and quick access from the highway
Insurance coverage for the event is required
Rooms priced at $35 hr. for smaller rooms - $250 flat daily rate; $50 hr. for dining room - $500 flat daily rate; $75 for whole center - $650 flat daily rate.
JOHNSON CITY SENIOR MEMBERSHIP PLANS
At the most recent annual board meeting, I outlined the plans that I am proposing for updating the membership application, collecting data and marketing the center to more community residents.
This is synopsis of that report:
Why membership JCSC is not a Broome County agency, but it is a 501C3 non for profit center fully dependent for all operational costs, insurances, building repairs, equipment costs and utility bills.
Registration Data The card reader machine collects important information for grants, reports and volunteer hours. The program, called Access, stores member personal information including dates of payment. marketing the JCSC With assistance from the BU students, a new brochure, membership application and yearly donation letter were developed to be used for membership recruitment. Increased PR material helps get the announcements out in the community more.
The Annual Appeal for Charitable Giving letter will be sent out in late Spring discontinuing the former Sustaining membership drive. In this way, there will be less confusion about the yearly membership dues of $30. Yearly renewals will be cyclical and reminder post cards will assist members to know when to renew each year.
Future possibilities include linking the johnsoncityseniorcenter.org website with registration or trips, classes or membership. Gifts from estates, charitable trusts, insurance policies, stocks, bonds transfers or donating to the Endowment are appreciated also.