Senior Citizen’s Corner

Welcome to the Senior Citizen’s Corner


April 4th Bus Trip – MOSES at Sight & Sound Theatre

Moses at Sight Soung April 4

Departs Florham Park at 9:00 am and returns at approximately 9:00 pm.

$179/per person (Florham Park Resident Senior)

$189/per person foe guests (Non-Florham Park Senior)


Senior Citizens Club Holiday Luncheon


Come visit the Florham Park Senior Center

The Senior Center was built to enrich the lives of all our Seniors, and those who can’t get out will especially benefit from this opportunity for a change of scenery. In addition you can meet with many other Seniors and get to know them. The Center is a warm, homey building which is open Monday through Friday between the hours of 9:00 a.m. & 4:30 p.m.

If you would like to visit the Center and do not have transportation, please call the Center at 973-520-8984, and we will try to arrange transportation for you. Please remember, you do not have to be a member of any organization or club to use the Center as long as you are a Florham Park resident over the age of 62. All are welcome.

The Center has a comfortable living room where you can watch TV, curl up with a good book, play a game, work a jigsaw puzzle, simply chat or enjoy a cat nap on the comfortable furniture.  There is also a game room where most afternoons Rummikub and various card games are being played. A flat panel TV, which can be used to play arcade games with the donated Nintendo Wii, is also available. The Center also has a Craft Room where visitors can knit, crochet, sew or do a craft of their choice. The center even has a WiFi Network so you can access the internet on your laptop, smart phone or iPad if you wish to. There is also a nice large kitchen with a refrigerator, stove and microwave. Seniors usually bring their own lunch, snacks and beverages, although the Center has coffee, tea and related supplies which are donated. We also have a nice large room, that can be divided in 2, for exercise classes, seminars, large meetings and movies. This room has easy access to the kitchen for serving its users, and a second flat panel TV for use in exercise classes, Wii bowling tournaments, etc. It also has a large pull down screen, sophisticated sound system, and a projector for movies and presentations. Outside trees have been planted and limited outdoor seating is available. So come down and check it out. You will not be disappointed!

The Senior Citizens Club of Florham Park Officers:

  • Paul Chase, President
  • Angela Landon, Vice President
  • Christine Davidson, Secretary
  • Rosemary Schumacher, Treasurer


Click below for the current Senior Club Newsletter:


2022 January – February Senior Newsletter_

2022 March – April Senior Newsletter

2022 May – August Newsletter

2022 Sept – Oct Newsletter Final

2022 Nov – Dec Senior Newsletter

2023 January – February Senior Newsletter_

2023 March – April Senior Newsletter

The Senior Citizens Club of Florham Park is a social club whose primary purpose is to bring seniors together to have a good time. Both new and long-standing friends enjoy one another’s company at the newly constructed Senior Center and on reasonably priced day trips and multi-day vacations. Membership is open to any Florham Park resident age 62 or over, and to a younger spouse of a member. If you do not have transportation, the members will try and arrange it for you. The Club meets at 11 am on the 2nd & 4th Wednesdays of each month from September through May at the Florham Park Community Center located at Emmett Field.

Florham Park residents age 62 or over are cordially invited to attend the Club’s meetings, or may call Membership Chairperson Pat Chase at  973-822-0031 for further information or to obtain a membership application.  Membership applications are also available at the Senior Center.

Driving Directions:

To get to the Center turn in by the Gazebo; turn right before the library; then turn left in the Center of the parking lot behind the Municipal Building. The Senior Center is the yellow building on the right. There is ample parking at the Center.

Senior Center Phone Number: (973) 520-8984

Call us at the Senior Center Office @ (973) 520-8983.

The Florham Park Seniors Center started a new Friday Lunchtime Matinee! A movie will be shown weekly (with the exception of holidays, i.e. the day after Thanksgiving) on Friday at 12:30 p.m. (Longer movies will begin at 11 a.m.) Seniors are encouraged to come early, bring lunch, and socialize.

Upcoming Events

March 8th – Creature Comfort Pet Therapy of Morristown will give a presentation on “What is Pet Therapy All About”?  Creature Comfort’s therapy team visit people in need of healing comfort due to experiencing grief, recovery, disabilities or loneliness.  Corned Beef sandwiches will be served.

March 22nd – The Brooklake School Children’s Choir, under the direction of Ms. Nichole Maldonado, will entertain us with a wide range of musical songs.  Note:  This program will start promptly at 10:45 due to school scheduling.

April 12th – Eric Kersson, accordionist, will entertain us with our favorite selection of musical numbers.  Pizza will be served

April 26th – Ann Grossi, Morris County Clerk, will update us on her office’s services, which include property and tax records, passports, county ID’s, voting and veteran services.  Note:  This program will start promptly at 11:00 am.

Any ideas for additional activities are welcomed!  Just call the Senior Center @ 973-520-8983



 AARP – Florham Park Chapter # 5109 of AARP, Inc.

P.O. Box 614
Florham Park, NJ 07932
President: Joelyn Hoferer
Vice –President: John Sullivan
Treasurer – Janice Goffreda
Secretary – Mary Jane Zeien

AARP 2021 Jan-Feb Newsletter


For membership information please call
Peter Nicolas at 973-520-8654
Our local AARP Chapter 5109 presents, in a cheerful manner, activities and programs resulting in a better quality of life for all.
Meetings are the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 10:00 am and usually run until 11:30 – 12:00.

During the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020 we continued to meet, only via  the Zoom platform.  Meetings are now “In-Person” and via Zoom.

Our motto is:  To Serve-Not To Be Served”.

Adults ages 50 and above (both residents and non residents) are invited to attend these meetings as our guests and to join our Chapter. Refreshments are served between the meeting and the program once we’re back at the Center.

For additional information or a Membership Application, please call or email Membership Chair Peter Nicolas at:
973-520-8654 or
or Chapter President Joelyn Hoferer at:

Find our Florham Park Facebook page at AARP Chapter 5109.

Upcoming AARP Events (via Zoom)

Contact Dennis Callahan at  or Peter Nicolas at to receive a link to these free presentations:

April 19, 10:00am-12:00pm.

After 2 years of mostly meeting via Zoom, the Florham Park AARP resumes in-person meetings again at the Florham Park Community & Recreation Center. 

Making that meeting even more special will be:

  • The recognition of our President, for “Joelyn Hoferer Day” as proclaimed for her volunteerism at the February 2022 Borough Council meeting, and
  • The presentation of “Sweet Treats: Desserts & Delicacies from the Garden State” presented by the Madison Museum of Early Trades & Crafts.  This program explores a variety of “sweet” culinary traditions from the 18th and 19th centuries and considers how the treats we enjoy have changed. It will also discuss the process and ingredients of making these food items, then and now.


This free meeting and presentation is open to all members of our community who are between the ages of 50-120.  AARP membership is not required, but applications will be available for anyone interested!


*Social Security Information: For current social security offices please click here:


AARP Jan Newsletter


Please visit the Florham Park Senior Center for a current list of Senior Activities and Events

2019 Senior Holiday Luncheon

2019 Senior Spring Luncheon