Join us for programs and activities
Monday- Friday 8:30am- 4:30pm.
All attendance and class participation
To view a complete listing of
offerings at the Center,
visit the Town of Westport website:
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About the Friends
The Friends of the Westport Center for Senior Activities (FWCSA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to identifying and funding programs and amenities for the Center. Our primary purpose is to support the Westport Center for Senior Activities’ mission of providing an activity-based “home away from home” for our senior community.
FWCSA augments the programs offered at the Center with exciting speakers, concerts, and events throughout the year. We hope you will join in and experience all that the Center has to offer.
The Friends Board
Co-Presidents: Diane Bosch
Treasurer: Molly Alger
Secretary: Susan Kane
Betty Lou Cummings
Ex Officio: Wendy Petty
The Friends Board typically meets at the Center on the third Thursday of the month at 2:00 PM. If you are interested in seeing what we do, please join us at a meeting. If you would like to participate, please contact: Co-Presidents: Diane Bosch at Dianebosch@yahoo.com or Marsha Darmony at firstname.lastname@example.org
...your hard work is worth it. You are helping seniors to enjoy their 'retirement' years while learning and growing. I speak for so many friends that write, paint, exercise and attend the talks at our wonderful WCSA. We are not just living but thriving. What fun you provide.
-Quote from a Center participant.
The Westport Center for Senior Activities (WCSA) originated in the Bedford Room of the Westport/Weston YMCA in its downtown location back in 1973. The WCSA operated primarily as a drop-in center. In 1985, the WCSA outgrew its space and moved to the vacant Greens Farms School. When the Greens Farms School was reclaimed in 1998 for school purposes, the WCSA moved to a temporary location in Staples High School.
In 2004, the town’s efforts to establish a permanent facility became a reality. The current building was built on the Baron’s South property, 21 Imperial Avenue. In 2018 enhancements and expansion of the Center included upgrades, additional program and meeting space, a state of the art fitness room, additional parking spaces and many amenities.
Today, the Center is a well-respected facility and is looked upon by other communities and professionals as the model for a successful and thriving senior center.The WCSA is a hub of activity with over 2,500 participants 60+ years of age.
Seniors at The Center enjoy a wide variety of activities including:
The Indoor Music Series
Community-wide Super Bowl
Information and referrals
Tax preparation assistance
Safe driving courses
Healthy and delicious meals
Time with friends
Pilates, Tai Chi, Yoga
Parkinson's exercise and support classes
News & Events
The Center has an extensive schedule of offerings.
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Enjoy these photos of The Center happenings:
Retired Director Sue Pfister's 35th Anniversary Work Day
Drug Takeback Day held at the Center
National Donut Day Tasting Contest
Name that Tune
2021 Memorial Parade Grand Marshall Nick Rossi, enjoying the cookout
Retired Director Sue Pfister helping with the cookout
There are always plenty of activities happening. Join us!
The Westport Center for Senior Activities
21 Imperial Avenue
Westport, CT 06880
Stop in, give a call or email us with questions!
We are open
Monday - Friday
To view a complete listing of offerings at the Center
visit the Town of Westport website at