Senior Center

The senior center will be closed Monday, Jan. 18 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Takeout meals will resume Tuesday, Jan. 19.

COVID-19 Vaccine Update

Veterans who are patients of the VA Healthcare System are receiving calls about vaccine when it is available to them. The VA system is following a different vaccine rollout timeline than Massachusetts health providers. If you are a Veteran who is not yet yet enrolled in the VA Healthcare System, call your local Veterans Service Officer. In Lowell, Eric Lamarche, 978-674-4065.

Adults age 75+ and those in low-income senior housing are included in the Massachusetts Vaccine Program Phase 2 Step 1, starting as soon as February. We do not yet have information about how to schedule vaccine appointments as of Jan. 14, 2021. Please check back or call the Senior Center later this month: 978-674-4131

Details about who is eligible for vaccines in each phase are listed here: and you can submit questions directly to the state at

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The mission of the Lowell Council on Aging is to promote the well-being and independence of adults age 60 and above. We do this through advocacy and programs, including nutrition, health/fitness, outreach, education, socialization, and transportation. The Lowell COA is committed to honoring the diversity and building on the strengths of seniors.

Todos son bienvenidos

¿Tienes más de 60 años? Visite el Lowell Senior Center para obtener comidas gratuitas, de bajo costo, paseos, ejercicio y oportunidades sociales. Consúltenos sobre servicios y beneficios para ayudarlo a mantenerse independiente y ahorrar dinero. Honramos la diversidad y las fortalezas de los adultos mayores de Lowell.

Todos são bem vindos

Você tem mais de 60 anos? Visite o Lowell Senior Center para refeições, passeios, exercícios e oportunidades sociais gratuitos e de baixo custo. Consulte-nos sobre serviços e benefícios para ajudá-lo a permanecer independente e economizar dinheiro. Honramos a diversidade e os pontos fortes dos idosos de Lowell.

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Takeout Meals for Age 60+
Effective 3/16/20, the Senior Center will offer takeout meals only: 
  • Takeout breakfast is available 7 to 9 a.m. daily for age 60+ only.
  • Takeout lunch is available 10 to 11:30 a.m. for age 60+ only ($2.50 optional donation)
  • We have cloth masks donated by volunteers for people age 60+. Please ask at the door or call 978-674-4131 to check availability.
Services by Appointment
Effective 7/20/20, you may enter the senior center by appointment:
  • If you need to speak with a staff member, please contact them by phone or email. We handle as much as possible remotely.
  • To request an appointment with our foot care nurse, please call 978-674-1167 and leave a message for Amy. Our monthly foot clinic costs $30/person.
  • For Medicare counseling, please call 978-946-1374 and leave a message. A trained counselor will call you back within 1-2 days. Statewide, no in-person appointments are available.
  • For a tax preparation appointment, please call 978-710-8607 to speak with a volunteer AFTER Jan. 26, 2021.
Stay Connected Outside the Senior Center
  • Meals on Wheels (no medical condition necessary, age 60+): 1-800-892-0890
  • Phone check-ins by Senior Center volunteers: 978-674-4131 to sign up. 
  • If you regularly attend senior center trips, classes, or events with a group of friends, please keep in touch with one another by phone. Practicing physical isolation to protect our health doesn't mean we have to be lonely. We'll be happy to arrange a group conference call if you would like to meet with several friends at once by phone.
  • Check out our newsletter for remote classes, meetings and website recommendations.
~ Thank you for your help protecting the health of Lowell’s senior community ~