Community Center COVID-19 Update
Based on the recent surge in COVID-19 cases, the Vt. Department of Health and Department of Aging and Independent Living recommends that Senior Centers suspend in-person group programming. The Castleton Community Center will discontinue all in-person classes starting Nov. 20th. Our van service will continue to provide essential rides for adults 60+ and disabled individuals. Resumption of classes and activities will depend on directives from the Dept. of Health. Virtual wellness classes are available via Zoom, UTube and PEG TV. Check our “Newsletters” link on the left of this page or call the Center 802-468-3093 for the schedule of virtual classes. We are also now partnered with Televeda to provide informative, interesting, and fun online classes. How to Register for Televeda Classes
Castleton Community Seniors, Inc. (CCS) was formed in 1998 and received non-profit status in September of 1999. CCS owns and operates the Castleton Community Center at 2108 Main Street (formerly known as The Old Homestead). The building is a restored historic home, donated to the town by the estate of Alma Gibbs Donchian. CCS is an organization of over 500 members.
The Castleton Community Seniors, Inc. shall enrich the lives of residents of the greater Castleton area, particularly seniors, by providing education, recreation, communication, health and social opportunities.
2108 Main Street
Castleton VT 05735
The Castleton Community Center is located 100 yards east of the intersection of Routes 4A and 30. (map)
Community Center Staff
Jo Ann Riley, Director
Laurie Knauer, Program Director
Board of Directors
Sharon Kendall, President
Toni Lobdell, Vice President
Sue DeCarolis, Secretary
Ceil Hunt, Treasurer
Mary Beth Hadeka