With the COVID-19 pandemic, the Claire Teague Senior Center has altered operations for the health and safety of our clientele and staff. Although our doors are closed to visitors, our staff is working every weekday at the Center to provide assistance and support for our town’s seniors by phone and email and by special appointment.

Our services have been adjusted as follows:

  • Our fitness and other on-site activities are suspended at this time- we are slowly adding classes back. Please call and register for classes listed on the calendar.
  • On-site Community Lunches are also suspended at this time. However, we provide take-out lunches (suggested $2 donation) for pick-up, and seniors are asked to call (413) 528-1881 to reserve lunch one day in advance.
  • Community Lunch meals are available daily for pickup, starting at 11:30 a.m. The menu can be found here.
  • Seniors with transportation needs can contact Great Barrington COA Transportation, at (413) 528-1881.

For comprehensive information about resources for town residents during COVID-19, please visit the Town of Great Barrington COVID-19 
information page.

Seniors with any questions, concerns or support needs are asked to call our office, (413) 528-1881, for assistance. We are here to help you.

               Check out CTSB T.V.’s  November  schedule and watch

for scheduled programs that are from the Claire Teague Center.

Out first program will be the Teague Tappers tapped during one of their outside

classes held this summer  —stay tuned for more televised programs

Want to play Bingo while staying at home or join a discussion group?

There will be more to come, please email or call and give us your suggestions

for T.V. shows from the center. Call (413) 528-5856 or email Joan at [email protected]

Join Kate Doran for a 45-minute chair-based online yoga class. We start sitting in the chair, then stand up and use the chair for balance in some standing postures, and then we get down on the floor for the last part of the practice. You only need to get up off the floor once! Enjoy and Namaste.

Learn about wearing face coverings and cloth masks in public to slow the spread of COVID-19, as required in Governor Baker’s Executive Order.

A couple years ago, my daughter, Lily took me to the Albany Tulip Festival for Mother’s Day. It was such a beautiful day…I got a plethora of gorgeous photos and will cherish the day forever.

Here’s a little video of this year’s beautiful blooms!! Enjoy!



Ken Roht from the Orphean Circus has compiled a large work of short stories that you and the reader can choose from. The reader (a volunteer from the Medical Reserve Corps) calls you once a week and they read for 15 min or so and then just check in. You can pick a book from what they have available or pick one of your own, just depending on your interest.


WE READ STORIES WRS COA Referral Form. 5.9.2020


If you are interested in receiving a call for a short story from this fun new program,
please call 528-1881