Join our other active older adults at PCC

A late season snowstorm won’t stop our members from getting out and being active! Senior Program member, Paul, gets his daily walk in in spite of the weather. Paul enjoys being active…walking, skiing, attending foot steps for fitness, etc. Join our other active older adults at PCC! Learn more

Family Fun Night!

Family fun was had by all at Family Fun Night on 2/23! Games, CATCH Kids activities, food and lots of laughs. Thanks to the NH Charitable Foundation for supporting this great Penacook Community Center tradition! See all the great pictures on our Facebook page.

Remember PCC on #GivingTuesday

The Penacook Community Center is truly a cornerstone of the community providing affordable programs and services that create meaningful impact for those who need it most.

With your donation, we can continue to improve the quality of life for more than 10,000 children, youth, adults, and senior participants each year from Boscawen, Bow, Canterbury, Concord, Franklin, Loudon, Penacook, Salisbury and Webster.

Click here to learn more about how your donation helps young children, youth, seniors and the entire community! 

Join us for the Holiday Wreath and Craft Raffle!

Start the holiday season at PCC! Join us on Saturday December 2, 10am – 3pm for the PCC Holiday Wreath and Craft Raffle. Wreaths decorated and donated by local businesses and friends of PCC will be displayed in the Penacook Community Center Gym at 76 Community Drive in Penacook. Each wreath will be decorated with a theme. Other holiday crafts and gifts will also be available.
Enjoy light refreshments, the holiday bake sale and free activities for the kids.

You do not need to be there to win. Credit and debit cards will be accepted for the raffle. For more information, call Penacook Community Center (603)753-9700.Money raised from the raffle will go towards programs at PCC.

Our Seniors Celebrate Halloween!

Our Senior Halloween Pizza Party was held on October 31 in spite of power outages throughout the area! We enjoyed a pizza and salad lunch with many festive desserts. We shared Halloween jokes and riddles, a costume contest and pumpkin decorating contest. It was fun and it also gave those seniors without electricity a little break with a warm meal!