Senior citizens swim free at Roosevelt Island’s Indoor Sports Complex during any open swim time sessions. Great way to stay healthy!Email this post
Free food and assistance is offered for those in need by the Coalition Against Hunger. Please share with anyone you know who may be in need one of their “street sheets” for free food access in ten different areas within the five boroughs.
Free food at this list of food pantries.
Food Bank for New York City offers the program Community Kitchen which offers a Soup Kitchen (prepares and serves 8,000 meals every month to New Yorkers in need) and a Food Pantry (allows low-income New Yorkers to select fresh produce and packaged food items themselves in a supermarket-style setting — helping provide food for more than 22,700 meals a month).
If you are over the age of 60 years old and have no friends or family to help you prepare nutritious meals you may be eligible for Citymeals on Wheels.Email this post
The Foundation creates programs in parks in all boroughs including free concerts, theater, dance, and kids sports programs. City Parks Foundation brings Summerstage to Central Park, Charlie Parker Jazz Festival in Harlem’s Marcus Garvey Park, and free tennis lessons to kids 5 to 16 in 36 parks throughout the five boroughs. Free senior fitness programs meet twice a week at each location and participants are encouraged to maintain regular attendance to maximize health benefits.Email this post
See Lincoln Square’s rich architecture and social history. Stops could include Columbus Circle, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Fordham University, Time Warner Center, and sites associated with Florence Mills, Mae West, Leonard Bernstein, and Robert Moses.Email this post