The Iowa City Senior Center (ICSC) recently published its March-April 2023 program guide and invites community members to participate in the robust line-up of activities, classes, and events available this spring.

Printed program guides can be picked up at the Senior Center and the Iowa City Public Library, and the digital version with embedded registration links can be viewed at Some of the offerings this season include:

  • Community engagement opportunities such as 100 Grannies’ environmental lecture series, an intergenerational pen pal project with the Boys and Girls Club of Iowa City, and fraud prevention education presented by the Iowa City Police Department.
  • Lifelong learning opportunities include a beginning ukulele class with Orchestra Iowa and a variety of art, technology, language learning, and local history classes.
  • Social connections through discussion groups, coffee socials, dances, games, and movies.
  • Wellness programs addressing topics like nutrition, hearing loss, healthy sleep, end-of-life planning, and fitness and movement classes led by professional instructors.
  • Essential volunteer services include free tax preparation for low to moderate-income taxpayers, Medicare counseling, and advanced health care planning for adults of all ages.

A division of the City of Iowa City, the ICSC offers free and low-cost programs, services, and facilities to help older adults stay active, curious, and connected.

The ICSC is based in Downtown Iowa City with programming offered throughout Johnson County and membership open to anyone age 50+. Learn more, sign up for classes, and make appointments at or call 319-356-5220.

Date of publication

Wednesday, March 01, 2023