Most community meal sites in Fresno also act as senior centers. Fresno senior centers are usually open half a day and have activities, exercises, and provide an opportunity to meet with friends. The activities, hours, fees, age at which a person is a ‘senior,’ and suggested lunch donation differ at the various community centers. Information for this list was obtained by calling the community centers. Many of these centers require filling out an application for lunch. Calling to confirm times and reserve lunch is a requirement for most before attending.

In addition to the list of senior centers on this page, check out other groups and activities for seniors to join.

The Senior Center Without Walls (free)

This is a fantastic no-cost phone-in program offering activities, education, friendly conversation, an assortment of classes, support groups, and presentations to seniors.  Each week, seniors can access over 70 groups by phone or online, all from the comfort of home. Call 1-877-797-7299 for more information.

Fresno Senior Centers

Sal Mosqueda Community Center
Location: 4670 E. Butler Avenue, Fresno, CA 93702
Phone: 559-621-6600
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM

This program for older adults is located within a larger community center. They have health screenings, activities, and various exercise classes. Hot lunch served at noon $1.50; under 60 $2.75.

Clovis Senior Activity Center
Location: 850 4th Street Clovis CA 93612
Phone: 559- 324-2750
Hours: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

This is Fresno counties most active and only senior center. They have exercise classes, pool tables, crafting, and numerous activities. Older adults who need assistance with walking can bring caregivers. Like a family based community. No membership fees. There are minimal fees for some classes.

Open to all Fresno County adults.

Edwin Blayney Senior Center
Location: 108 N. 3rd Street, Fowler
Phone:  559- 834-5486
Hours: Monday through Friday 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Lunch is served at 11:30. A $1.50 donation is suggested. Current participants range from age 50 to 102.  On MWF they play bingo, and on W&F they have bread donations. The Center is like a family; they take care of each other.

Firebaugh Senior Center
Location: 1601 Thomas Conboy Street, Firebaugh
Phone: 559-659-3536
Hours: 8:00 AM – 4 PM

Lunch is served at 11:00. A $1.50 donation is suggested.

Mendota Senior Center
Location: 415 Sorensen Avenue, Mendota, CA 93640
Phone: 559-655-3330
Hours: Monday through Friday 7:30 AM to 11:30 AM

The Mendota Senior Center averages around 10 – 15 participants. They offer a hot lunch at 10:45. A donation of $1.50 is suggested for persons aged 61 and better. Some of their activities include bingo, Mexican bingo, and holiday celebrations. The daily average number of participants ranges between 10 -15. Transportation to the center is provided by EOC transit 1-800-325-7433.

Huron Senior Center
Location: 16900 5Th St., Huron
Phone: 559-945-9414
Hours: Monday through Friday 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM

This small senior center has Spanish speaking staff, provides hot and cold lunches, and has activities, music, holiday celebrations, and arts and crafts. Lunch starts at 11:15. They charge $3.85 for non-seniors. A donation of $1.50 is suggested for persons aged 55 and better.

Kerman Senior Center
Location: 720 S 8th St., Kerman
Phone:  559-846-8643 or 559 -846-9330
Hours: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

In addition to a hot lunch some of their programs include, exercise classes, a pool table, arts and crafts, and board games.

Kingsburg Senior Center
Location: 1450 Ellis Street, Kingsburg, CA 93631
Phone: 559-897-3013
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 AM – 2:30 PM

The Kingsburg Senior Center provides a wide variety of activities and services for older adults. Some of the most popular are exercise classes, dancing, arts, and their referral program.

Orange Cove Senior Center Department
Location: 699 6th Street, Orange Cove, CA 93646
Phone: 559- 626-5109
Hours: 8:30a.m. – 1:30p.m.

Exercises, table games, health screenings and other activities make the day at Orange Cove Senior Center fun. For persons 60 and better $1.50 donation is asked for the hot meal which is served at 11:30.

Sanger Senior Center
Location: 730 Recreation Place, Sanger, CA 93657
Phone: 559-875-7606
Hours: Monday through Thursday 7 – 5 PM; Friday 8 AM – 12 PM

Activities include lunch, crafts, educational activities, games, and field trips. The hot lunch cost is $1.50, and for persons under 60, $3.00.

Sierra Oaks Senior & Community Center
Location: 33276 Lodge Rd., Tollhouse, California
Phone: 559- 855-3300
Hours: 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Serves the Tollhouse-Auberry-Prather area. There is an annual membership fee of $20 single, $30 for family/couple. They encourage participation from the larger community. They hold music sessions and quilting groups, as well as other numerous activities. They are serviced by Auberry transit. Donations for hot meals are suggested; and they deliver homebound meals for those who are eligible.

Pinedale Community Center
Location: 7170 N San Pablo Ave; Fresno
Phone: (559) 974-6720
Hours: 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Lunch is served at 11:30 a.m. A donation of $1.50 for those 60 and older is suggested. They have chair exercises, ceramics, craft classes, and bingo. Bingo costs .25₵.

Senior Citizens Village
Location: 1917 S Chestnut Ave; Fresno
Phone: 456-8173
Hours: 10:00 – 1:00 P.M.

They have dominos, cards, and puzzles. Every other Tuesday they have ceramics. On Mondays they alternate water coloring, and exercise class. Bingo is played on Wednesdays. The suggested donation for lunch is $1.50.

Ted C Wills Community Center
Location: 716 San Pablo; Fresno, California 93728
Phone: 559 – 621-6742
Hours: 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Meal charge (donation or $1.50 for 65+) $3.50 (non-senior). They have bingo on MWF for half an hour before lunch. 5 cards are a $1.00. They have pool tables. Sometimes they have exercise classes. Come and hang out.

San Joaquin Senior Center –  The program is temporarily suspended.

Glenn Agnes Community Center – This center is no longer in operation.