Please join us for our popular day trips, arts, exercise and well-being programs. Relax in our lounge or library, visit our greenhouse and Thrift Shop, play pool, or meet some friends and play board and card games. Join one of our groups - chorus, Weight off Wisely (WOW), Bocce, chess, quilting and knitting. Use the computer lab with assistance every day 10-12 am.. Feel free to use our sewing machines, play the piano, work on a puzzle, use our exercise bike, attend our talks or watch a movie. Or simply join us for delicious daily luncheons, continental breakfasts and special dinners and events found in our Hilltopper newsletter. Volunteers are always welcome.
When Hopkinton schools are closed due to weather, the Senior Center is also closed and all appointments and medical transportation rides will be automatically cancelled. Your safety is of the utmost importance to us. You can get this information on your local TV stations at the bottom of the screen. Also, you can go to the Hopkinton (MA) Public Schools web site and it will appear on the front page at:
If you are in need of shelter contact the Hopkinton Fire Department at 508 497-2323 or Police Department at (509) 497-3401.
28 Mayhew Street
Hopkinton, MA 01748
Monday – Thursday: 8:30am – 4:00pm
Friday: 8:30am – 2:00pm
Closed on all Government Holidays and Hopkinton School Snow Days
The mission of the Hopkinton Council on Aging is to promote the well-being and enhance the quality of life for older adults of the Town of Hopkinton, and to carry out activities and services that encourage independence and continuing participation in the community. We endeavor to identify the needs of our senior citizens, educate all the citizenry and enlist the support and participation of the community to meet these needs.
We provide these services with the cooperation of the Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs and BayPath Senior Service Agency.
Our goal is to design, advocate for and implement services and/or activities to fill the needs identified.