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2023 Annual Meeting
Thursday, September 7, 5:00 - 7:00pm
Re‑Emerge and Re‑Engage

How to Thrive in a Post‑Pandemic World

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Brookline Announces Extreme Cold Advisory and Safety Tips

Emergency Management Director and Fire Chief John F. Sullivan and the Town of Brookline warn residents of incoming arctic blast.

11am-3pm, Coolidge Corner. Details.
We'll be there. Come visit us.

Daylight saving time ends
Sunday, November 6 at 2:00 AM.

Turn your clocks back 1 hour.

until spring!

Flag Day June 14

1:30 – 6:30
rain or shine

BrooklineCAN Annual Meeting

Click here for pictures from our
September 15 Annual Meeting.

Scam Alert

Please be aware that Ross Cleaners has closed. This longtime Brookline laundry and dry cleaning business is listed in the Elder Resource Guide (purple book). The phone number associated with Ross Cleaners is connected to an entity that is requesting credit card information in exchange for gift cards. We strongly urge you not to call this number.

Ruthann Dobek, LICSW
Brookline Council on Aging/Brookline Senior Center

New Age-Friendly TV Show

Episode 41 with Town Administrator Chas Carey

Heat Emergency

The Brookline Department of Public Health and Human Services has declared a Heat Emergency effective Thursday, July 27 through Saturday, July 29. Full news release.

Transportation Survey

The Senior Center is currently conducting a transportation survey to gather feedback about transportation needs and challenges in the community.  Please  click here to take and submit this survey. If you require a paper copy, please email or call 617-730-2644.


Brookline, MA, USA

Brookline Community Aging Network – BrooklineCAN – is an all-volunteer organization that focuses on Brookline as a great place to live. It provides information for older residents that helps them remain engaged in the life of the community, and advocates to make Brookline an even better place to live for seniors and everyone. It is separate from, but works with, the Brookline Senior Center, the town's Council on Aging, and Age‑friendly Cities Committee.

This website is a clearing house of information detailing Brookline's extensive network of services and activities that help make our town an eminently livable community. Here you will find the abundance of social, educational, and recreational programs that can enrich our lives, build a sense of community, and make our town an even better place for all.


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Age‑Friendly Cities TV

BIG award

The Town's Age Friendly Cities committee is offering a series of TV shows with the help of the Brookline Interactive Group.

In May, 2017, Brookline Interactive Group presented its Show of the Year award to Age‑Friendly Cities TV.

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Town Administration

Charles "Chas" Carey
Brookline Town Administrator
Matt Weiss
Michael Allen
Wes Kaplan
John Seay

Support Disclaimer: Inclusion of services on this website does not represent a recommendation from the Brookline Council on Aging, the Brookline Senior Center, or the Brookline Community Aging Network.

Disclaimer: Inclusion of services through this program does not represent a recommendation or guarantee of work performance from the Brookline Council on Aging, the Brookline Senior Center, or the Brookline Community Aging Network. The user of this program therefore agrees to release the above named from any and all liability. The user should make whatever investigation or other resources that they deem necessary or appropriate before hiring or engaging Service Providers.