Middleton Senior Center

7448 Hubbard Avenue
Middleton, WI 53562



The Middleton Senior Center was established in 1975. It was located in the historic train depot in downtown Middleton for approximately 25 years. It moved into a renovated building at 7448 Hubbard Avenue in 2001.

The Middleton Senior Center is accredited by the National Institute of Senior Centers and the Wisconsin Association of Senior Centers.


The purpose of the Senior Center is:

To coordinate programs and services for older adults that help maintain their dignity and independence.

To provide older adults with a variety of educational and recreational opportunities.

To provide information and referrals to older adults and their families.

To provide opportunities for older adults to influence policies, procedures and programs of the Middleton Senior Center.

To facilitate civic engagement of older adults within the community.


The Middleton Senior Center is a Department of the City of Middleton. The City is the primary funding source for the Senior Center. The Center also receives a portion of its budget from Dane County. Participants most often pay the cost of classes and programs. Some assistance may be provided based on financial need.

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