Senior Citizen Programs
Senior Citizens Club
The Brown Deer Senior Citizens Club is a social organization for Brown Deer residents 55 years and older. Membership is also open to non-residents. Meetings are held on the first and third Wednesdays of the month, starting at 1:15 p.m. at the Lois and Tom Dolan Community Center at 4355 W Bradley Road. Activities include:
- Health Services
- Legislative Activities
- Service Programs
- Special Events
- Tours and Travel
A monthly newsletter is mailed to all members. Annual dues are $12 for residents and $15 for non-residents. Call the Park and Recreation Department at 414-371-3070 for membership information.
Exercise classes designed for Senior Citizens, 55 years and older, are held from 8 to 8:45 am on weekday mornings at Trinity Community Church, 9450 N 60th Street, in Fall, Winter, and Spring. The Tuesday and Thursday classes include:
- Health information
- Light conditioning
Participants may register for one or more classes each week.
For current information on this program, please call the Brown Deer Park and Recreation Department at 414-371-3070.
Senior Meal Program
The Senior Meal Program is held at the Lois and Tom Dolan Community Center at 4355 W Bradley Road at 11:30 am Monday through Friday, except for holidays and election days. The program is open to senior citizens, 60 years of age and older, and spouses. Meal reservations must be made a minimum of one day in advance either in person or by telephone.
Call the meal site at 414-357-7002 from 9:30 am to noon, Monday through Friday. Otherwise, feel free to contact the Park and Recreation Department at 414-371-3070 for information.
Brown Deer Senior Citizen Club History
With a rich history beginning in June of 1973, the Brown Deer Senior Citizens Club has operated under the Brown Deer Park and Recreation Department since its inception. There were 118 charter members and 7 committees to join. From league bowling to tour and travel along with a sunshine team to brighten your day, the club is still active in the Brown Deer community. Read more in-depth on our history (PDF).