Florence Senior Center - "The Club"

Fran Davis - fdavis@florenceal.org - 256-760-6642

The Club Office Number - 256-760-6420

Office Hours:  Monday-Friday; 8 am - 5 pm

2017 Schedule of Events

Welcome to The Club “where boomers and seniors come together as one”

Weekdays 8 am to 5 pm

Closed Saturday and Sunday

450 Country Club Drive
Florence, AL 35630

256.760.6420 office 8 am to 5 pm

256.760.6668 nutrition program 8 am to Noon

256.760.6642 Recreation Specialist Fran “Fish” Davis

When we arrive at the Club we sign in and out at the front lobby area.

This is for your safety and accountability while participating at The Club.


One of the first sights you will see when you enter is our

All Season Tree in the lobby

At The Club we start our week off with “JOINTS IN MOTION” CHAIR EXERCISE CLASS. This class will help you with your activities of daily living by going through a variety of range of motion exercises along with working our core muscles. Class meets:  Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 8:45 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.  Men, women, friends and family are welcome to join us at The Club.  Class Leader: Fran "fish" Davis. This class is for you, no matter your age. Everyone works at their own pace within their own limitations.  No Fee.

Also, the Joints in Motion Class offers the opportunity for you to join them in prayer around the flagpole each Monday morning after class at 9:50 a.m. to pray for our community, city, nation, first responders, troops, law enforcement and families and friends of
The Club.

At The Club   we show support for our troops, first responders, law enforcement and leaders by wearing RED each Friday. Get your “Club " shirt the next time you visit.

BINGO   is offered from 9:30-10:15 am on Tuesday and Thursday morning.

Play BINGO.  Expendable type prizes are appreciated such as paper products, toothpaste, mouthwash, lotion, soap, puzzle books, unopened snack foods. If you’d like to make a donation our guys & gals would greatly appreciate it.

THE NUTRITION PROGRAM is a NACOLG/State program which serves lunch each Monday-Friday, at 11:00 a.m., at The ClubThe suggested donation is $1. This program is based on age and not financial need. Limited seating (35) available on first come basis.

We ask that you are signed in and seated by 10:30 a.m. Feel free to come check it out.
The only requirements are:
      1) must be 60 years of age, and
      2) must sign in and be seated by 10:30 a.m.

PALZ is our Persons with Alzheimer’s group that come together from 1-3 pm on the first Wednesday of each month.  Each month the   PALZ participants enjoy snacks, music or some type of entertainment, fun and education with others that may be experiencing some of their same challenges in life. The dress is casual and fun for all. On the second Wednesday the PALZ support group meets.  1:00 pm -3:00 pm.  Come join us.

BOOMER'S & SENIOR'S TUESDAY NIGHT DANCE at The Club  , 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., each week. The doors will open at 6:00 p.m. $5 per person. Singles & couples are welcome. 21+ years old. Music spanning the decades is performed by The Browns. For more information please call

The Club    256-760-6420, Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Alabama's state dance is Folk and Square Dancing. It's a healthy challenge that will have you stepping to the music and enjoying your new dance family.  

Image result for knot crochet clip artThe Singing River Squares will happily be your square dance angels during your BEGINNING SQUARE DANCE CLASSES that begin approximately every 16 weeks. The beginner class meets each Monday from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. when classes are being offered. We offer beginner classes year round.  The first two classes are free.  Each class after that is $5. The Singing River Squares will have PLUS WORKSHOP EACH WEEK on Friday. The Singing River Squares WELCOMES you to give it a try. Anyone with the desire to learn is welcomed. For more information, call Fran at The Club, 256-760-6642.  Scheduled classes will begin approximately every 16 weeks throughout the year. 

Knit? Crochet? Come join us. We knit and crochet on Tuesdays between 1 – 5 pm.  We can help your get started again or teach you what you thought you forgot….or teach you for the first time.

Image result for knot crochet clip artBOARD GAMES, ROOK, CARD GAMES, DOMINOES, Rummycubes, LRC are some of the fun games we play with our friends each morning & afternoon at The Club, 9 am to 4 pm. No fee.

We attend Senior Citizens Appreciation Day SCAD each spring! Please call for specific date.

Fishing Day at Deibert Park

Geezers and Grandkids~Fishing Days 2017

 April 20, June 20, August 24, October 26, 2017

These dates vary each year however they are always on a Thursday.

We invite Geezers to invite Grandkids to teach and guide them to loving the sport of fishing.

Catch and Keep, Catch and Share, Catch and Release

No fishing license is required for this event.

The District 1 Masters Games are held in June each year. Those of you 50+ years and older can participate. Frisbee, Nerf Ball Toss, Softball throw, Basketball toss, Rook, Checkers, Dominoes, table tennis, billiards, horseshoes, swimming,  shuffleboard, 5 K walk or run, line dancing. Those that place 1st, 2nd, 3rd are then eligible to attend the State Masters Games. This year we have a line dance team that will perform at the state competition.

L to R: Mike Jones, Darlene Weems, Joyce Hutchens, Francine Bowens, Elsie Dunlap, Dave Smith, Patricia Martin, Delois Ransom, Vernethia Garner, Birdia Bean, Betty Johnson-Potter. Squatting: Sharon Boddie

We have picnics at The Club throughout the year. Feel free to give us a call for the schedule. Due to thunderstorms that roll through our area we have to postpone our outdoor events occasionally.

The DULCIMERS play each fourth Thursday at
The Club , from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. During November and December they play on the third Thursday.  Come and enjoy their music!

Weekend activities include twice a year Community Yard Sale. 3rd Saturday in April and the 4th Saturday in October! Vendor fee $10. Bring your own tables, quilts, tail gates or trailers to sell off of. Lots of vendor and many consumers!  Hot dogs & drinks.  Proceeds are used from programming and the district Masters Games.

A group of square dancers teamed with a group of kayakers and became Yakers and Dancers.  When the urge to go kayaking hits as many of the yakers and dancers get together and spend time on our local  Cypress Creek , which boarders The Club property. If creek gets low we find other local places to put in such as the mighty Singing River, our own Tennessee River, right in Florence. We put in at the Rock Pile and take out at McFarland or Sheffield. Come join us. We have plenty of kayaks and canoes to share before you make an investment.  You do not have to square dance or participate in any of the other activities to get on the water with those that love the water.