646 A Street (just North of Russell Blvd.)
Mon-Fri 8:30AM-4:30PM
Fax: (530)758-0463

The Davis Senior Center, or DSC (not to be confused with the Davis Student Co-op) was established in 1972 as a multi-purpose facility serving individuals over the age of 50 and their families. It is a part of the City of Davis. They have one public internet terminal and welcome guests and visitors.

Their statue, "Nurturing the Seeds of Tomorrow," is located on the A Street side. Senior bikers take part in a parade

The Senior Center offers classes and programs such as:

  • Art: watercolor, oil painting, knitting
  • Dancing: Hula and zumba
  • Cards and games
  • Services: Veterans, Legal, Health Insurance Counseling
  • Exercise & Fitness classes
  • Special Events and Luncheons
  • And much, much more!

The Senior Center has a number of programs, activities, and events. The most comprehensive list and schedule is in the monthly newsletter, The Senior Scene. If money is tight or if you're too environmentally conscious to get the $12 a year newsletter, it's available http://community-services.cityofdavis.org/senior-services/senior-scene.

The mural on the western side of the building

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