Welcome to Heineberg Community Senior Center Home

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Heineberg Then
The original Heineberg Building, circa 1941


Have you seen our new sign?

Have you seen our new sign? It communicates a very important message; we are “An independent, non-profit, open to all”. Our non-profit Center is independently owned and operated, we are not connected with any organization. Although we partner with many wonderful ones! Because we are independent, we are open to the public 50+ throughout Burlington and many towns. The more the merrier we feel!



The Heineberg Community Senior Center, established in 1971, is an independent, non-profit with over 500 participants. Our mission is to promote social, physical, and emotional wellbeing to all community members 50+.  We offer programs, events, meals, and activities for participants to learn new skills and feel empowered to take a proactive role in their quality of life.  

Programs at the Center:

HEALTH & WELLNESS: Nutritious Meals, Sitting Yoga, Jazzercise, Line Dance, Blood Pressure Clinics, Flu Shots, Matter of Balance, Nutrition Education, Healthy Living Support Group, Foot Clinics

ARTS AND EDUCATION: Heineberg Chorus, Art classes, Arts/Crafts/Knitting, Visual Art Exhibits, Poetry Readings, Local History Series, Lunch n’ Learn Programs, Book Club , Current Events, Computer Lab 

SOCIAL & RECREATION: Bus Tours, Holiday and Special Event Dinners, Cribbage and Card Games, Bingo, WII, Reminiscing

MEALSITE NUTRITION PROGRAM:We are an Age Well congregate mealsite, and provide a hot, three course meal at 11:45am Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. The suggested donation for regular meals is $3.00.

A reservation is required to attend lunch at the Center. Please call the Center 24 hours in advance (802)863-3982.

Our History

In the late 1930s, a group of  “northenders” gathered to protest a surcharge on their telephone bills and the Heineberg Community Club had its beginning.  In 1941 the present building was erected by community members, volunteering their time and skills. 

Originally the building was used as a meeting place for local  organizations and community events.  Their mission “to promote the common welfare and civic betterment of the community...and to engage in social and education activities for the benefit of said community” continues today as the Heineberg Community & Senior  Center.




About Us

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Heineberg Community Senior Center
14 Heineberg Road,
Burlington, VT 05408
Phone (802) 863-3982
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Beth Hammond
Executive Director

Hours of Operation
Monday - Wednesday 10am to 3pm
Thursdays 9am - 3pm

Lower Level closed Fridays

Heineberg Community & Senior Center is an equal opportunity employer and senior services provider.
We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, color, sex, age, veteran status, or disability.