Join us for our open house

Burlington Senior Center is having an open house expo on Saturday, June 2 from 11am to 3pm.

Join us to learn what the Burlington Senior Activity Center has to offer. We will have a bake sale, raffles, food and more.

BSC Open House

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50+ Senior Co-Ed Softball 2018 Season Begins

50 Plus Senior Softball 2018 Begins

COST:  $15.00/player per season or $2.00/night

Wednesday Nights starting May 23rd from 5:30pm-8:00pm at Congress Street Field in Burlington

  • Batting Practice: 5:30pm – 6:00pm
  • NO SET TEAMS – each week we choose new teams Senior sports rules apply
  • Season Runs…May 23rd thru September (weather permitting)
  • Not sure if this is right for you?? Come try it… the first week is free!

Want to know more?

Check out the  50+ Senior Co-Ed Softball flyer for more information or contact either Kathy Baumeister at 262-763-3441 or  Katie Mawhinney at 262-939-3181.

Burlington Senior Center up and running

Burlington Senior Center opened
The new Burlington Senior Center opened Thursday in time for bingo, which is held on the second Thursday of the month.

Christina Lieffring,

Originally Published in The Journal Times by Christina Lieffring,

BURLINGTON — Our Harmony Club Assistant Director Christine Scott said that the first week she saw the inside of the former Knights of Columbus building, now the new Burlington Senior Center, she knew there was a lot of work to be done.

Fortunately, the center had a lot of volunteers to undertake the project.

“They had tons of people cleaning and painting,” said Scott. “It’s amazing to see all the people come together.”

This week, the new facility at 587 E. State St., opened to the public. Burlington Senior Center Board President Kevin Brierly and General Manager Pat Kendall said after the pipes froze at the Western Racine County Service Center building, 209 N. Main St., after New Year’s, volunteers of all ages pitched in some elbow grease to help get the Knights of Columbus building in shape.

New ceiling panels were donated and installed, plumbing and electricity had to be updated and every wall was given a fresh coat of paint.

Brierly said one 93-year-old donated hours of her time painting the walls.

“Since she couldn’t play cards, she thought she’d come on down,” he said.

Card club christening

This week at the new facility kicked off with Chocolate City Card Club, which had about 20 members come in Tuesday. Bingo, held on the second Thursday of the month, also drew a pretty good crowd. Kendall said they have received quite a few comments about how nice the new space is.

“We love it,” she said.

Brierly said that the location, access and parking are also a big improvement.

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