The Arthur S. Kling Center

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Since 1978 The Arthur S. Kling Center has provided seniors 55 and older with a safe and convenient meeting and activity center right in the heart of Old Louisville.

We are located at 219 W. Ormsby Ave. Louisville, KY 40203. Our phone # is (502) 636-3424. Our hours are Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m - 4:30 p.m.

Please help us help seniors. In order to leave comments and view other pages you may need to take a moment and join The Neighborhood Link Site. It will ask you for a user name and password to log in to leave infomation.

We are here for seniors 55 and older. 55 to participate in activities and 60 or older to eat the Louisville Metro Nutrition Meal. If you have any questions please call us or stop by we will be glad to help!
We also have a monthly newsletter, it has all of our events and important information, let us know if you would like to be added to our mailing list.
The Kling Center offers a host of educational, recreational, fellowship, and local travel opportunities, all designed to help Seniors maintain a full and active lifestyle.

The Kling Center encourages you to let loose and have fun! You'll find a pool table, exercise equipment, card games, puzzle-making, weekly Bingo, exercise classes, monthly birthday parties and much more!! Come and see how The Kling Center is the right center for you for fun! Join an arts and crafts session and learn a new hobby or brush up on a favorite past-time.

We are a center for learning. The Kling Center hosts weekly, monthly, group, and special guest lecturers to give you an opportunity to learn about topics of interest to seniors, including:

Health
Legal Matters
Community Affairs
Aging Issues
Social Security/Medicare/Medicaid

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