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I have always been proud to serve on the Town of Amherst Board, especially for my role as the Amherst Senior Center Liaison.  Our community is fortunate to have such a wonderful facility with such a committed staff.

Deborah Bruch Bucki, Town of Amherst Board Member, Senior Center Liaison

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Amherst Center for Senior Services is a great place to meet and learn.  I thank you for providing & organizing great caring services and activities.

Chalin Yu, Member

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As usual, my day was wonderful at the Center!

Bob Peluso, Member

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You guys are doing a great job with things. It’s great you’re able to get folks together despite pandemic challenges. 

We were walking at Island Park earlier this week as one of your events broke up and there were a lot of smiles amongst the folks departing. We could certainly see how much they enjoyed the fellowship. 

Dawn and Geoff Harvey, Members

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Thank you all for your hard work that culminated in the BEST news ever....the Center reopening!

...it is a great beginning. I cannot begin to tell you of the joy it has brought 

our members.

Judy Pingwella, Member

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     Thank goodness for the Center.  It has provided a needed focus and opportunities to take classes and get together socially.

Shelly Gerovac, Member

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The Health, Safety and Wellness of our community is our main focus and the Amherst Senior Center is always there to work with us and sponsor events and programs our community needs. Independent Health is appreciative of the Amherst Senior Center management, staff and volunteers that work so hard to make this happen each and every day.

Robert Tracy, Independent Health

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The Amherst Center for Senior Services works collaboratively with Meals on Wheels to provide services to the community.  The staff of the Center is always ready to assist in any way to ensure that nutrition needs are being met in Amherst.  I believe this stems from their strong leadership.

Rick Ellis, Meals on Wheels

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I find the Amherst Senior Center staff to be so engaged with their members.  They always strive to provide programming that allows valued activity, excitement and much more to the members.  In short-I love working with the Amherst Senior Center!

Linda Pellegrino, WBEN Senior Radio



Membership to the Amherst Center for Senior Services is available to residents of the Town of Amherst for a one-time fee of $30 for an individual  or $50 for a couple.

Non-residents are welcome to join for an annual fee of $30 for an individual or $50 for a couple.  Non-residents can also choose to pay a one-time fee of $100 for an individual or $150 for a couple.

Amherst Center for Senior Services Building Exterior


Our Center provides a platform for those who are 55+ and wish to pursue their passions.

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There are over 40 member only clubs within the Center. Each Club is led by a fellow member. To join a club, you can either attend a meeting or call the Club Leader.

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You are never too old (or too young) to take part in activities that can enrich your physical, mental, and emotional well-being. The Center offers over 50 special events during any one month at the Center.

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We have over 80 classes offered several times a year. Classes cover many topics: Academic Studies, The Arts, Cards, Dance, Home Arts, Music, Physical Fitness, Yoga, Technology, and many more. We even offer evening classes.

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Whether you wish to be of service as a way to meet new people, pursue a passion, or simply "give-back", we can help you find your volunteer niche. Members of the Center are invited to be part of an award-winning volunteer program.

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Through our Support Services, we have the potential to make a real and positive change in the community. This is one of our key areas of focus here at Amherst Center for Senior Services, and a source of much success for our Non-Profit Organization. Get in touch with us today and see how you can lend a helping hand with this program.

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The Erie County Nutritional Stay Fit Lunch Program is served Monday through Friday at noon.  It is open to ALL Erie County residents 60 years of age or older for a suggested contribution of $3.  Guests under 60 are welcome for $5.  Reservations are required 24 hours in advance by calling the Center.



370 John James Audubon Pkwy | Amherst, NY  14228

(716) 636-3050

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