Bergen County, NJ, is a vibrant area just across the George Washington Bridge from Manhattan. It's comprised of 70 municipalities, each of which is under a population of 45,000 residents. That being said, each borough offers its own personality and amenities, and, when you long for the big city, it's just across the Hudson River. Many seniors are choosing to stay in familiar surroundings rather than flee to southern climes because there's so much to offer.
Here are just a few of the activities for seniors living in or near Bergen County, NJ.
Arts & Culture
Bergen Performing Arts Center (bergenPAC)
bergenPAC attracts world-class performances throughout the year and at affordable prices. Whether your tastes lean toward classical or rock, you'll find a venue to capture your attention.
Little Firehouse Theater in Oradell
The Bergen County Players have earned a well-deserved reputation for presenting quality performances that include drama and suspense, comedy, and musicals. The theater offers 2 second-stage and 7 main-stage shows every year. There's also an annual December children's show that's become a tradition.
Ciccone Theatre in Paramus
Located on the Bergen Community College campus in Paramus, the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre offers a full range of entertainment that includes theater productions, dance, and concerts. Open to both students and the public, it's a great way to experience the theater at an affordable price.
Ridgewood Art Institute (RAI)
Visiting the exhibits and shows that are featured at RAI throughout the year is an excellent way to acquaint yourself with new talent and purchase gifted works of art at a reasonable price.
Health & Fitness
Flat Rock Brook Nature Center in Englewood
Flat Rock Brook Nature Center is a 150-acre education center and preserve for animal and plant life. If you enjoy exploring walking trails, there's an abundance of opportunity here. Whether you prefer the solitude of a lone hike or being part of a group walk provided by the center, you'll enjoy what the day has to offer. Take advantage of the programs offered here that include gardening. You may also opt to adopt a raptor.
Whether you're new to the links or a dedicated veteran, unwinding by hitting some golf balls is a relaxing way to polish your skills and get in some physical activity. Bergen County offers a wonderful array of golf course choices that range from 9 to 18 holes, and each with its own distinct challenges and characteristics. You can enjoy a day on the green without club membership.
Caring Senior Service can help your aging loved one enjoy all of these activities safely. Feel free to contact us for more information about the care services we offer.