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Senior Center

Route 31 County Complex
4 Gauntt Place - Building #1
PO Box 2900
Flemington, New Jersey 08822-2900

The Hunterdon County Senior Center provides an outlet for County Seniors to remain active. The staff of the Senior Center assists our residents in enhancing their physical and mental well- being through various recreation and education programs.

For more information, please see our Monthly Activities Schedule for Regular Activities as well as the Schedule for Senior Health & Fitness and Computer Activities.

Monthly Activities at the Senior Center: April 2019 Schedule
Senior Health & Fitness
Senior Computer Lab
Dine 'n Chat April Schedule Coming Soon

Winter 2019 Activity Catalog

Registration Form

Guidelines, Policies & Procedures

Contact Us


Grandparent Series
Education and Discussion Topics
Concerning Your Grandchildren

April 5th, 12th, 26th and May 3rd
Click Here to Find Out More Information



Hunterdon County Fire Safety Official, Bruce Fuller, visited the Hunterdon County Senior Center on October 19, 2018 to present a lecture and demonstration on Fire Safety for Senior Citizens.

Mr. Fuller’s presentation – both educational and thrilling – provided helpful fire safety advice and answers to audience questions on a variety of topics including extension cord misuse, escape plans and smoke detectors. 

The session finished with a hands-on demonstration of fire extinguishers where audience members could try their hands on putting out an actual fire!

We, at the Senior Center, wish to thank Bruce Fuller for his wonderful presentation and dedication to the citizens of Hunterdon County.   


On April 30, 2018, the Senior Health & Fitness Program held its annual Senior Dance Showcase.  Senior dancers, who participant in Zumba, Ballet, Tap Dance, Line Dance, Jazz and Jive, and Ballroom dancing, entertained over 127 people in attendance.  Forty dancers provided the entertainment.  The senior performers practiced for many hours over several months in preparation for the showcase.  The Senior Chorus, with 25 members, sang the finale
“Let there be peace on earth.” 

The Senior Health and Fitness program extends a special thank you to the Jewish Community Center in Raritan Township for allowing us to use their facility and to the Raritan Police Department for their assistance in helping guests to
park safely.  

The Senior Health and Fitness program also thanks the instructors for their dedication and commitment to our programs.  We would also like to recognize all the talented seniors who performed in the dance showcase.