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Our bi-monthly newsletter "The Beacon" keeps you up to date on all of the latest news and happenings at FSC !

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Hours

 

Monday - Friday:   9 AM - 3 PM 

Check our calendar for special events and dates

 

(315) 637-9025 

See activities and services we offer, and upcoming trips to local and/or overnight destinations.  Come join us !

 

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  • Volunteer Opportunities

Annual Membership

 It’s that time again -- annual memberships are due !  For $15 per household you can enjoy the benefits of our center.  The center is a place to call home, visit with friends, have lunch, play bridge, and form long lasting friendships. All members need to fill out the new membership form and remit with payment no later than 3/1/2017.   Thank you for all of your support!

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Welcome to the

Fayetteville Senior Center !


FSC provides a wonderful array of social activities, educational programs, exercise classes, health screenings, and community-oriented fund raising activities. Our membership includes "seniors" age 55 and over ! There is something for everyone and ample opportunities for all to share their expertise and special interests with members as well as the entire community.

  • ​Event Calendar
  • ​Lunch Menu
  • ​Activities


Become a member, make new friends, have lunch, play bridge, or just come and enjoy our facilities and all we have to offer !

Our Location

 

Fayetteville Senior Center

584 East Genesee Street

​Fayetteville, NY  13066

 

fayseniorcenter2@yahoo.com

 

FSC is a 501(c)(3) Non-profit organization

Announcements

11/5/2017: Dog Policy

The senior center observes this policy for therapy and service dogs.  These animals are allowed in the senior center for the purpose of PTSD, Dementia, Service Training or comfort. We know there have been some concerns and we can address them as needed. The Department of Justice implements the regulations of the ADA and it is permitted by law to allow entrance to such animals.