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September and October 2020 Activities


We are open for activities for Billerica residents. 

September
September activities start on Monday, August 31st.  Registration for those activities starts on Monday, August 24th at 9:00am.  For a list of our September activities, please see My Active Center (www.myactivecenter.com) where members can create an account and register for programs. Online registration is required.  A list of September activities is also below.

October
October activities start on Monday, September 28th.  Registration for those activities starts on Monday, September 21 at 9:00am.  For a list of our October activities, please see My Active Center (www.myactivecenter.com) where members can create an account and register for programs. Online registration is required.  A list of October activities is also below.


Please Note
When you arrive for any activity, including those that are outside the building such as Horseshoes, we will follow the Board of Health requirements of a temperature check and screening questions and you must wear a mask. Once your activity has completed, you will need to leave the building.

We are sincerely sorry but we must adhere to strict Covid-19 protocols to preserve each other’s well-being.  We are proud of the fact that we are among the first senior centers to reopen but want to stress that we are doing so with extreme caution maintaining the 3 W’s at all costs:

  • Ensuring the Washing of hands often
  • Reminding each other to watch our distance – maintaining 6 feet separation
  • Wearing our masks

We look forward to seeing you and hope you understand our NEW NORMAL built on fostering each other’s health and wellness. The Coronavirus pandemic has been stressful for all of us.  Fear and anxiety about the disease has been overwhelming. Social distancing makes us feel isolated and lonely. Please know we are here for each of you, Monday to Friday 8.30 AM to 4 PM.  If we can help by listening, helping you locate a service or 2 or complete a form for services or support do call us at 978 671 0916.

Your health and wellness is our priority hence we will enforce strict mitigation and hygiene policies as we move forward.

Programs which are suspended
Some programs that do not allow for 6 feet social distancing among patrons will not be back for some time. These are:


  • Apex Hearing Care
  • Bingo
  • Blood Pressure Checks
  • Bowling
  • Party Bridge
  • Computer Room Use
  • Computer Classes
  • Cribbage
  • Mah Jongg
  • Pool - Ladies and Men’s groups
  • Rummikub
  • Reiki
  • Scrabble

Programming on BATV
We are hoping that you are taking full advantage of our full repertoire of programming by ZOOM and on BATV. We have worked hard to put these together to keep you engaged and active.  Please see BATV's website (www.batvinc.org) for a listing of current programming.

Information on Online Registration via My Active Center

Online registration for Billerica COA programs is done through My Active Center.com at https://myactivecenter.com. My Active Center.com can be accessed via a desktop or laptop computer, a tablet or even using your smartphone. 

You will need your Billerica COA Key Tag to register as a new user on this website before you can register. (the key tag  you normally use to swipe in at the front desk kiosk.)

September programs begins on Monday, August 31
Registration for September programs begins on Monday, August 24 at 9:00am.

October programs begin on Monday, September 28
Registration for October programs begins on Monday, September 21 at 9:00am.

Registration is Required:  All BCOA activities require that you register for them, preferably online.  If you are unable to register online, you will need to call us at 978-671-0916. 

Drop In Visits: Drop in visits are not allowed at this time.

Billerica Residents Only:  BCOA program and activities are open to Billerica residents only at this time.

You can also look at the Online Registration Guide document below for additional information on how to use Online Registration.

About the Billerica Council on Aging


 The Billerica Council on Aging is the primary resource for aging services in town.   There are two ways to learn about what is happening at the Senior Center

  • The COA's monthly newsletter 'The Outlook'

The Outlook

The monthly COA newsletter 'The Outlook' provides dates and times of all programs and activities.  Some programs are free, some are fee-based, and some are by appointment only. 

For more information about our programs, activities and services, check The Outlook