Penacook Community Center


At PCC, our older adult members are active! We enjoy meals together, a chance to be physically active, there are learning opportunities and a variety of outings and fun activities. Most importantly, it’s a place to see friends – new and old – and connect with a supportive community. Cost is just $45 per year for adults 55+ – and members 90+ are free.

One of our most popular offerings is our Lunch and Learn Program. Each week, in conjunction with the Merrimack County Community Action Program, the seniors are served a nutritious meal and then partake in an educational presentation.

Our seniors also spend time with the PCC youth community through Intergenerational Programs such as our Story-Art Hour and award-winning Bingo Buddy. Click here to learn more about our Intergenerational Programs.

“The Tai Ji Quan for Seniors class has helped me most with balance and being steady on my feet. I have also enjoyed the socialization aspect of the class. It has been wonderful learning with people my own age, who like me, are not in perfect health or condition. We have a lot of fun and plenty of laughs.”

– Audrey S., Senior Program Member

Here is just a sampling of what you will find at PCC:


  • Weekly hot lunches
  • Pot luck dinners
  • Holiday parties

Full Life Exercise Program

  • Gentle yoga
  • Bone Builders Class
  • Shuffleboard
  • Wii interactive sports
  • Footsteps for fitness walking program


  • Holiday crafts and card making
  • Painting
  • Knitting + Quilting

  • Bingo
  • Card parties
  • Board games
  • Trivia


  • Restaurants
  • Theatre + Movies
  • Beaches + gardens
  • Museums


  • Seminars + workshops
  • Regular speakers
  • Short documentaries

Do you know about the NH Association of Senior Centers? 

What is a Senior Center?
Programs and activities vary between centers. All programs serve senior citizens needs for social interaction, intellectual stimulation, emotional enhancement, programs and activities for seniors to help to improve and maintain their physical condition, wellness, and overall quality of life. Most centers are run by local governments like a city or country, in cooperation with departments, senior services and area agencies on aging. There are many non profit Senior Centers as well. Senior Centers offer a variety of programs and services to help senior citizens maintain their independence and vitality and provide a place for seniors to have the opportunity to meet other seniors through social interaction.

Check out their link below.

Check out the online  Bone Builders program.

It is a free senior strength training and balance exercise program. It can prevent and reverse osteoporosis and improves muscle strength, balance and bone density, along with helping with energy and general health. Classes are taught by certified volunteer leaders at over 20 locations throughout Merrimack, Rockingham, and Belknap counties.

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