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Lorton Senior Center for Active Adults (LSC)  offers opportunities to make new friends, stay on the move, and learn new things. As you browse this site,  you will learn more about the fitness and arts classes; the health and wellness programs; the computer, Internet and camera courses; the trips and tours; the countless opportunities to socialize with others and stay connected with your community; and so much more.  Adults age 55 and over may join any of the 13 senior centers sponsored by the Department of Neighborhood and Community Services. There is an annual membership fee for attending the senior centers. Lunch and Transportation may be available, please see staff for additional information.

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September 1

Labor Day

 

October 13

Columbus Day

 

November 11

Veterans Day

 

November 27, 28

Thanksgiving


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Advisory Council VOTING Week will be Monday, September 22 through Friday, September 26. 

If you will be out of town during the election week, please let Brigitte know to make arrangements for your early ballot. 

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NOTE: 

  • Our seasonal quarters begin in March, June, September, and December.
  • Class Registration for each quarter will begin at 9 a.m. mid-month of the month prior to the beginning of the new quarter. See calendar for date.
  • To register you must speak directly to a staff person, messages on voicemail are not honored).
  • Registration is on a first-come basis, as space is limited in every class.
  • If you are on a waiting list for a particular quarter, it does not guarantee your registration in the following quarter.
  • The sign up for Winter classes begins no earlier than 9 a.m. on  November 25 .
  • The sign up for Spring classes begins no earlier than 9 a.m. on February 24.

Free Wireless Internet Access via your Wireless Devices!  

The Fairfax County Department of Neighborhood and Community Services (NCS) offers this public wireless access for your convenience. This wireless access is through a public network connected to the Internet and it is NOT secure. NCS is not responsible for the use of your equipment to connect with the Internet over the wireless access. You accept personal awareness of and responsibility for the risks of using the Internet and wireless communications. Wireless Internet access for any illegal or prohibited purpose, including but not limited to fraud, gambling, child pornography, and interfering with other wireless devices, is not permitted and will result in the loss of Internet privileges offered at NCS locations.

Wounded Warrior Project

Lorton Senior Center has joined forces with Chuck and Helen Voccio of the American Legion # 162 to help support this project in our community. The mission is to honor and empower wounded warriors and their families during the critical time between their initial rehabilitation while on active duty and their eventual transition to civilian life.  Donations are appreciated.
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“Random Act of Kindness” Recognition 

Lorton Senior Center is a center that is well-known and proud of its warmth and welcoming atmosphere. This atmosphere can only be possible when each person at the center extends a hospitable and friendly greeting to everyone who passes through our doors. Anne and Brigitte would like for you to recognize anyone at the center for their “Random Act of Kindness”. If you observe someone in a “Random Act of Kindness”, please write it up! We will post all recognitions! Thank you!

  • 2012 - December: Kind Act of Victoria Patterson recognized by Peter Faragalla

  • 2013 - February: Kind Act of Maida Rasco recognized by Muhammad Khan
  • 2013 - April:  Kind Act of Blanche Word & Holly Smith recognized by Pauline Davis

     

Free IT on Call – Best Deal in Town!

Free Technology Help in Your Home

The Fairfax Area Agency on Aging’s is rolling out its new FREE Volunteer IT On-Call service for residents age 60 or older. Volunteer Solutions recruited and vetted a terrific group of skilled volunteers who will assist people with computer technology problems.

What kind of problems? The volunteers can’t repair computers but they can fix minor problems such as frozen computers, re-connecting the printer, determining if you need a new browser level, and letting you know whether you should have your computer serviced. They can also teach you how to use Skype and other online services. They generally can resolve the problem within an hour.

Call the Aging, Disability and Caregiver Resource Line at 703-324-7948, TTY 711 and request a Volunteer IT On-Call. The person on the phone will ask some questions and determine if the program can help. A county IT volunteer should be able to call you or visit your home within a week.

Email Webmaster Wheelchair Lorton Senior Center is part of the Fairfax County Neighborhood and Community Services. Fairfax County is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination in all county programs, services and activities and will provide reasonable accommodations upon request.  To request special accommodations call 703-324-4Fun (4386), TTY 711.  Please allow ten working days in advance of the event in order to make the necessary arrangements. It's Not the Years