Due to Covid-19 safety precautions, programming is subject to change. Please call the center at 770.832.1644 for updates. 

The Carrollton Senior Center is located at 220 West Avenue. Activities and lunch are provided to members of the center. Annual dues of $20 are renewed each July. Dine-in lunch is served, Monday through Friday, at noon. Drive-through lunches can be picked up from 12:10-12:20pm. Members desiring to reserve a meal must call 770.832.1644 each day between 8-10:30am to sign up. Lunches are $3.50 for members ages 55-59 and $2 for ages 60+.

Carrollton Senior Center
Kinship Care is a program for relatives raising grandchildren. Assistance finding resources and information in the community is provided. Support groups are also available for grandparents raising grandchildren to come together and share and remind them they are not alone.
Free

Carrollton Senior Center
Kinship Care is a program for relatives raising grandchildren. Assistance finding resources and information in the community is provided. Support groups are also available for grandparents raising grandchildren to come together and share and remind them they are not alone.
Free with Senior Center Membership

Carrollton Senior Center Billiards Room
Even if you haven’t played billiards in a while, you can improve your skills through practice and friendly competition against other seniors. We also hold tournaments during the year. There are four billiards tables.
Free with Senior Center Membership

Senior Center Art Room
Wood carving lets seniors be creative by carving different types of wood into art. Participants share ideas and encourage one another to try new techniques. Beginners as well as skilled artists participate in this free class. You MUST bring your own supplies.
Free with Senior Center Membership

WPA Center
The West Georgia Silver Liners practice on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the WPA Center. The Silver Liners go into the community on a monthly basis to perform in nursing homes, assisted living facilities, senior centers and community events to show off their abilities and routines.
FREE with Senior Center Membership

Carrollton Senior Center TV Room
Joyful Noise Gospel Group singers use their love of music and singing to entertain other seniors. Even though they sing a lot of gospel songs, they also learn other types of music that fits into the holiday seasons. This group sings monthly for the birthday party at the Senior Center but they also go out into the community to sing.
FREE with Senior Center Membership

Location and times vary each week
Walking has many benefits, especially for senior adults. It can improve heart health, lower blood sugar, reduce pain of some chronic illnesses and boost mental health. It is great exercise and it’s free. The Courage Senior Walking Group meets at various locations and morning times vary with the seasons. Call for more information.
FREE with Senior Center Membership

Location changes each week
Cycling is a healthy, low-impact exercise that can be enjoyed by people of all ages, especially senior adults. It is also fun, cheap and a great muscle workout. It is good for strength and stamina and you can make it as intense or easy as you want and increase at your own pace. Join this group and have fun riding through various local areas with your friends, weather permitting. You MUST bring your own bike.
FREE with Senior Center Membership

NOTE: AARP SMART Driver in-person classes have been canceled through August, 2021, per AARP. Classes can be done on-line through the AARP website.

Stallings Center
Take the AARP SMART Driver classroom course and you could save money on your car insurance. Refresh your driving skills and knowledge of the rules of the road. Learn techniques for handling left turns, right-of-way, roundabouts and more. Discover proven driving methods to help keep you and your loved ones safe on the road. The class was designed for drivers over 50 but contains information that will be valuable for drivers of all ages. Please arrive at 8:30am. The class will begin promptly at 9am.
$20 AARP member, $25 non-member

Carrollton Senior Center Art Room
This class provides art, crafts and painting instruction for senior adults. Participants are challenged to be creative and to try new ideas and projects. Seniors are encouraged to never put a limit on their abilities and strive to do something bigger and better. Everyone is urged to get involved — skill level doesn’t apply in this class. Class is for Senior Center members only and you MUST bring your own supplies.
FREE with Senior Center Membership

Carrollton Senior Center Art Room
Wood carving gives seniors the opportunity to be creative by carving different types of wood into art. Participants share ideas and encourage one another to try new techniques. Skilled artists and beginners participate in this class. You MUST bring your own supplies.
FREE with Senior Center Membership

Carrollton Senior Center
It’s never too late to learn something new. Crocheting can help improve seniors’ emotional wellbeing, improve cognitive and physical abilities and enhance quality of life. You MUST provide your own supplies.
FREE with Senior Center Membership

Bonner Gym Aerobics Room
Exercises are geared to the ability of senior adults. Not only do the seniors get a great workout in this class, they get to do it with friends. Instructor: Rose Dufour.
$20 per 2-month session

Lakeshore Natatorium
Exercises are geared to the ability of senior adults. Not only do the seniors get a great workout in this class, Exercising in water is good for those with arthritis since it is easier on the joints. Water aerobics also benefits seniors since the water provides some resistance to help strengthen the muscles. Not only does it give a workout, but it also allows seniors the opportunity to socialize and make new friends. get to do it with friends. Instructor: Rose Dufour.
$20 per 2-month session