WEINBERG CENTER FOR BALANCED LIVING
(Formerly known as the Whittaker Center)
“The Center has given me my life back.”
– Philip Rubinstein, Weinberg Center member
As perceptions of aging continue to evolve and barriers to exciting new beginnings increasingly erode, older adults are re-defining the very definition of health. The Weinberg Center for Balanced Living at the Manny Cantor Center provides empowering classes, workshops, and social events focused on maintaining personal health, engaging the senses, and motivating its members.
In addition to social services and support, Center members get a jam-packed calendar of events, cultural celebrations, deeply discounted tickets to popular shows, and innovative health & wellness programs.
On Mondays – Fridays, the Center also serves hot, healthy kosher breakfast and lunch for a suggested donation of $1 for breakfast and $1.50 for lunch. All are welcome.
Activities and classes are designed to be engaging and enjoyable — while meeting a variety of interests, fitness and health levels. If you or your loved one is interested in learning more about the Weinberg Center, please get in touch.
Membership is free for community members 60+.
Recently, the Weinberg Center and Co-Op Village NORC expanded their membership options so there’s sure to be a class, workshop or event for everyone!
May is Older Americans Month! Check out our special calendar of events here.
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“The Weinberg Center is my home away from home.” – Margaret Boyd
“I’ve been coming to the Edgies for 50 years. I have made lifelong friends here.” – Mendy Erez
“The Center has given me my life back.” – Philip Rubinstein
“This is the first senior center I’ve ever attended. I love it – there is so much to do, I’m busy all day in classes and talking with friends.” – Mary Chin
“The Breakfast appeared to have been ‘called in’ from my apartment it was delivered to my table so quickly. I don’t know just what is going on there at the Center but it just can’t be better. Thank you ever so much.” – Dan Singer
CONTACT: Weinberg Center for Balanced Living at 646.395.4270
Karen Taylor, Director
The Weinberg Center for Balanced Living is funded in part by the New York City Department for the Aging.