Anchorage Senior Activity Center

Frequently Asked Questions

Are visitors welcome?

Of course, drop by any time during regular open hours. Personal tours of the facility can be arranged.

Does the Center provide housing for seniors?

No. The Anchorage Senior Center does not have any residential facilities. It is an activity center for seniors to learn, socialize, relax, explore and participate in activities geared to senior's interests.

How do I get to the Center?

By car from Northern Lights and Seward Highway drive north on Seward Highway to 20th Avenue. Turn right on 20th and proceed to Karluk Street. Turn left on Karluk Street and proceed to 19th Avenue. Turn Right on 19th Avenue. We are on the right side of the road.
By car from 15th Avenue and Gambell Street drive east on 15th avenue to Karluk. Turn Right on Karluk and proceed to 17th Avenue. Turn left on 17th and then right on Karluk and proceed to 19th Avenue. Turn left on 19th Avenue. We are on the right side of the road.
By bus. People Mover bus route 13 includes a stop on 19th Avenue across from the Center.

Location map and directions

What are membership requirements? To be a voting member you must be 50 years old or older. All others are eligible for associate memberships.

What are the membership dues? A single person membership is $75. A married couple or two persons at the same address $135. Low income membership are available to qualifying individuals.

What do I get for my membership dues? You gain access to all the programs offered by the Center. Many Center programs are free, but some have participant fees: