Medfield COA

The Center at Medfield


The Council on Aging’s mission is to foster an atmosphere of wellness during the aging process among Medfield's senior population. We address the emotional, social, physical and often spiritual needs of older individuals and their families. Our goal is to enhance our member’s quality of life and promote independence through our varied programs, active social events, wide services and confidential referrals.  Visit us at The Center or call us to learn more about how we can meet the needs of our elder community members during their life journey.

Read our current newsletter, listed below, to learn about activities and upcoming events.

Special Announcements

Meet Medfield's New Police Chief

Monday, June 10 AT 2:00 the Center. Join the COA to welcome Chief Michelle Guerette in her new position.  The Chief will share her thoughts and ideas for the department and keeping the community safe.  All community members are invited to attend.  Please call or visit the Center to sign up.

Summer Cookouts

It’s that time of year again.  Summer is a perfect time to enjoy our outdoor space,     listen to music and enjoy a delicious meal.  As in past years, our social hour begins at 4pm, dinner is served at 5pm and our entertainment ends at 7pm, all for 6/person.  It’s a fun evening, be sure to bring a friend with you and let’s enjoy this wonderful time of year. Our cookouts are scheduled for:  June 26, July 10, July 31, August 14 and August. 28!  

Gary Hylander Presentation

Dr. Gary Hylander returns with a presentation on The Great Molasses Flood. On January 15, 1919, a molasses tank at 529 Commercial Street exploded under pressure, killing 21 people. A 40-foot wave of molasses buckled the elevated railroad tracks, crushed buildings and inundated the North End neighborhood.Sign up to enjoy the interesting presentation.

Saturday Hours at the Center

The Center at Medfield has grown tremendously over the last ten years. As home to the Medfield Council on Aging, the Center’s presence has evolved into an active and vibrant community, offering over 900 seniors an extensive and broad range of activities, resources and events. A grant was submitted to MetroWest Health Foundation in October 2017 for funding to open our doors on Saturdays. And it was approved! Plan to visit the Center for programming each Saturday from 10:00 a.m.— 3:00 p.m.                         



Current COA Newsletter