Winchester MA Jenks Center Home Page
The Jenks Center will be closed:
Thursday, May 12 and Friday, May 13 (Renovations),
Monday, May 16 through Friday, May 20 * (ENKA Fair)
Monday, May 30
(Memorial Day)
* Eating Together will be offered on Monday May 16 and Wednesday May 18 (during ENKA Fair).

Jenks Closing Policy

When the Winchester Schools are closed due to weather or town-wide emergencies, the Jenks Center is also closed. Check your TV stations for weather-related school closings.

Please note that the Jenks Center remains open during the regularly scheduled school vacations.

Contact Us

Jenks Center
109 Skillings Road
Winchester, MA 01890
Phone: (781) 721-7136
Hours: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Directions to the Jenks Center

Jenks Rentals

The Jenks Center offers two large rooms for rental to Winchester-based non-profit organizations. The Center is not available for private functions although other organizations will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

The fee includes set up, two-hour use and break- down. For details, click Jenks Rental Policy.

To view / print a request form, click Jenks Rental Form.

Click here for INFORMATION and/or to make a DONATION
Interested in becoming a ReJenks BUSINESS DONOR?

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Community Links

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Administration on Aging

Aging Research

Cummings Foundation

Housing & Mortgages for Seniors

MIT Age Lab

Public Library

Social Security

Town of Winchester

Winchester Community

Winchester Jenks Center

The Winchester Seniors Association Annual Meeting will occur on Wednesday, May 25,  1:00 p.m. in the Pond Room.
All Jenks members are encouraged to attend.

Click here for more information.

We are grateful to the many donors who have responded so generously to our Annual Appeal.

If you have not yet made your contribution, we need your help. As you make your donation, please consider the myriad of activities, programs and services available to you and your neighbors at the Jenks Center. Please click HERE to make a donation.

We look forward to meeting you at the Jenks!
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Taxi Rides - Pilot Program
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“Comings and Goings” at the Jenks Center

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Eating Together

Featured Trip

CLICK HERE if you are looking for ways to improve your mind and/or body, meet others who share your interests, or just socialize?

ReJenks Update

CLICK HERE for the latest news about the progress of the ReJenks Renovation Project.

Learning Opportunities
Evening Lectures

Featured Programs

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Comings and Goings at The Jenks Center

Phillip Beltz Arrives

The Winchester Council on Aging is pleased to announce that Phillip Beltz has accepted the position of Council on Aging Director. Phillip, who comes to us from Long Island, New York, started at the Jenks Center on April 19. A full article will be included in the June newsletter.

Judy Katz Departs

After serving four and one-half years as the Winchester Seniors Association’s Administrator, Judy Katz resigned as of April 1. During her time at the Jenks Center, Judy shared her enthusiasm, her ready smile, and her capacity for fun … all traits very welcome at a senior center. Her creativity led to programs and events that were enjoyed by all who attended. Judy planned many of the Jenks evening events, as well as developing various daytime programs … in addition to her administrative responsibilities. The Science and Technology Group and the Cyber Café were just a few places Judy’s efforts could be seen. She also enjoyed partnering with other groups in Winchester, including Winchester High School, Winchester Community Music School, The Multi-Cultural Network and Rotary.

The Jenks Center thanks Judy for the energy and caring she brought to her time with the WSA. We wish her well in all her future endeavors