Exercise and Health

*Exercise Program Passes -  12 Class pass for $25 $2.50 punch per class and includes two free classes with no expiration; 8 Class Pass for $20 with no expiration date and a Monthly Pass for $25 that expires at the end of the month. Passes are required to participate. First class is free for new students. The instructor will punch the pass at the start of class.  Use your pass on   Wednesdays for Fitness Activities at the YMCA.
Passes will not be punched at the YMCA.
*Gentle Yoga Wednesday 12:45PM & Friday 11:45AM.
*Forever Fit Wednesday 9:15AM & Friday 10:30AM.
*Senior Fitness Tuesday & Thursday 9:30AM.
*Strength Training Monday & Wednesday, 2:00PM.
*Give It Your All! Tuesday 10:30AM
*Zumba Gold 1st and 2nd Thursday 12:00PM
*Movin & Groovin Tuesday, 5:00PM Bring a donation for the Stoughton food pantry.
*Walking Club Mon, Wed, Fri 9:00AM Call Kathy McDonnell at 781-344-3518 for info.


Bananagrams Monday 3:00PM
BINGO  Tuesday Doors open @ 12PM. BINGO is for Stoughton residents and out of town seniors from Avon, Brockton, Canton, Easton, Randolph and Sharon.
Duplicate Bridge  Friday 10:30AM.

Social and Instructional

Birthday Party 11:30AM 2nd Tuesday.
Book Club 10:30AM 4th Tuesday.
Men’s Club 8:00AM Last Friday.  $5 breakfast.
Movie Wednesday 12PM & Friday 9AM & 12PM $1. Seating is limited.  Please call to make a reservation.
Knitting and Crocheting 12:00PM Thursdays.
Quilting 10:30AM

Men's Club & Breakfast

Last Friday of the month at 8:00AM for discussion on current events with Chris Fraine.  Call the COA to make your reservation for the $5 breakfast 781-344-8882.

Bunny’s Breakfast 

Hosted by Bunny Kirchdorfer.  Ladies are welcome to attend on the 3rd Thursday of the month at 8:30AM.  Various topics will be discussed chosen by the group. Breakfast is $5 per person.  Seating is limited.  Please call to make your reservation.  

Help Center 

Volunteers are available to assist you with learning how to use your cell phone, tablet, Kindle or laptop.  Appointments are available and we are pleased to offer group lessons and individual lessons.

Smoke/CO Detectors Installation Program

The Stoughton Council on Aging and Stoughton Fire Department will be installing Smoke/CO Detectors for Stoughton seniors.  Smoke/CO Detectors have been provided by the American Red Cross. Please call the COA to make an appointment for installation.  There is no charge for this program.

Senior Tax Relief Program

The Senior Tax Relief Program allows Stoughton homeowners who are 60 years and older, the opportunity to earn up to a $750.00 property tax abatement by working up to 84 hours in one of the town departments.

Income Limit $35,000 if single
Married Income of no more than $45,000.
Assets of no more than $100,000 (primary residence not included).

Applications are available at the The Stoughton Council on Aging/Senior Center, 110 Rockland Street, Stoughton.

For more information, please call Carolyn at 781-344-8882 Ext. 9510

Ongoing Programs

Medical Transportation Service See page 8.
Grocery Shopping  Tuesday mornings 8:00AM.
Notary A Notary is available at the Senior Center by  appointment.  Stoughton Residents Only.
TRIAD 11:00AM Meets quarterly.  Run by the Norfolk County Sheriff’s Office, working with local councils on aging, police and fire to put senior citizens in touch with any and all pertinent public safety and social service organizations in their area.
Stoughton Senior Serenaders 10:30AM Choral Group.

Food Pantry

Food Pantry  2nd Thursday of the month. Free transportation to the pantry on Park Ave. for Stoughton seniors and people with disabilities that do not drive.  The COA delivers to homebound seniors on the same day.  Call the COA to be added to the list each month.


Multiple Sclerosis Society Meeting 1PM.  Contact Gayle Soule at 508-400-0869 for more information.


Blood Pressure Clinic Stoughton Visiting Nurses. 1st & 3rd Thursday at the Senior Center 10:30AM.
Foot Care for Seniors $28 Provided by nurses trained in the needs of the elderly. October 1st 9:00AM-1:00PM.
Call the COA for appointment.  At home foot care $45.

Outreach 781-344-8882

Call the Outreach Department at the Senior Center if you need help regarding health information, welfare assistance, pharmacy assistance, fuel assistance, etc.     Services are for Stoughton senior citizens and disabled residents aged 60 and over.


(Serving Health Insurance Needs of Everyone)

A SHINE Counselor is available for seniors who need assistance with Health Insurance. Call the COA office for more information.