The organizations listed below provide recreation opportunities and programs targeted to seniors. You can also view a list of community centers within 15 miles of Naperville that offer programming for seniors.
TEL: (630) 961-4100
The Naperville Public Library's Special Services provides library materials for Naperville cardholders of any age, including seniors, that are unable to visit the library due to a temporary or long term health-related condition. The library offers material selection, delivery and pickup services. Materials are carefully selected to reflect one's interests. Trained volunteers are assigned to each patron for pickup and delivery services to their home or residential living institution. Give the library a call, and they will conduct a simple interview to learn about one's favorite topics, authors and interests. The library will mail an eligibility form to the person's home or residence. Return it to the library by mail. When the library receives it, they will select the person's items, assign a volunteer and let the person know the date of their first delivery. This service is free to Naperville library cardholders.
TEL: (630) 637-7469
Many performances have tickets at a reduced senior rate.
TEL: (630) 343-9818
Singing for Seniors is currently held at The Compass Church which offers easy access for seniors and those with physical disabilities. No senior wishing to attend has ever been turned away. If transportation is an issue, an event volunteer will pick you up for the concert and return you home after the curtain closes.
TEL: (630) 681-0962
WDSRA provides recreational programs for those with special needs, including those with disabilities that might appear later in life.
TEL: (630) 759-3411
Since 1991, the Levy Senior Center has been the ideal spot for the 55 and over crowd. With hot lunches, exercise classes, ceramics, art classes, dancing, dinners and card games, something is always happening at the Levy Senior Center. Additional fun activities include Bunco, shuffleboard and free movies. Stop by the center to get a full calendar of monthly activities and games. The center is free to DuPage Township residents (those Naperville residents of Will County located east of Washington Street) and just $12 a year for non-residents. While offering daily activities for senior citizens, the center is not a senior home or assisted living facility.