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Effective 8/2/21, please note that all visitors to the NSC must wear masks, even if vaccinated. 

NEW - November & December 2021 Program Guide

The new November & December Program Guides have been mailed to all current members. Registration for members begins on Monday, October 18 and non-member registration for non-members begins on Wednesday, October 20.  To view the program guide, please click here.



September & October 2021 Program Guide

The September & October 2021 program guides have been mailed to all current members.  Registration begins on Tuesday, August 17 for members and Tuesday, August 24 for non-members.  Please remember when visiting the NSC facility, masks are required at this time. To view the Program Guide, please click here.



Medicare Open Enrollment - What is Open Enrollment?


The Medicare Open Enrollment Period is an annual period of time (October 15 through December 7) when current Medicare users can choose to re-evaluate part of their Medicare coverage (their Medicare Advantage and/or Part D plan) and compare it against all the other plans on the market. After re-evaluating, if you find a plan that is a better fit for your needs, you can then switch to, drop or add a Medicare Advantage or Part D plan. Medicare Advantage is also known as “Part C” plan.

For more information, or assistance with reviewing your current plan, please contact the Senior Center.


COVID Vaccines for the Homebound

Please click on the link below for further information:
COVID Vaccine Illinois: How Homebound Residents Can Get Vaccinated – NBC Chicago

If you are a homebound resident and would like to receive the vaccine, please click here and complete the form with your information. http://bit.ly/inhomevaccinationfor

Niles Fire Department "Be Alarmed" - Smoke Alarm Installation Program


Beginning, February 23, 2021, the Niles Fire Department is proud to offer the “Be Alarmed” initiative in cooperation with IFSA (Illinois Fire Safety Alliance) and OSFM (Office of the State Fire Marshal).  This is a program for fire safety education and smoke alarm installation.  The program provides free smoke detectors and installation for eligible residents. The Fire Department provides one detector for each bedroom and basement.

  •  If you own a residence and reside in the Village of Niles, you are eligible for the program.
  •  Fire personnel will determine if your current smoke alarm is in need of replacement.
  •  Installation will be performed by uniformed personnel (as time permits).
  •  You will be asked to sign an “Installation Liability Waiver” and “Installation Survey” prior to your smoke alarm installation.
  •  Under no circumstances will a smoke alarm be given out for homeowners to install on their own.
  •  O-N-L-Y installed and properly documented smoke alarms will be distributed. 

To schedule an installation or for more information regarding our exciting “Be Alarmed” program, contact the Niles Fire Department at 847-588-6800.       

Teach a Class at the Niles Senior Center

At the Niles Senior Center we are always looking for new program opportunities.  Do you have a talent, specific skill or specialty in a particular area that you would like to share with others? Currently we are looking for people to lead dice games, knitting and crocheting groups and movie discussion and chat groups, but are open to all ideas.  If interested, please contact Chrisann Fahy at 847-588-8436 or cf@vniles.com.


Volunteer Assistance


The Niles Senior Center, Family Services and Teen Center have teamed up with area schools to recruit students who would like to give back to their community.  The Niles Community Youth Crew is made up of local teens providing service to Niles residents.  If you are a Senior and/or a disabled Niles resident and in need of assistance, please contact Jaymi at (847)588-8420.  We will do our best to match you up with an available volunteer.  The tasks available includes, Technology Assistance, assisting with pulling garbage cans to the curb each week, Pen Pal program, yard work, and snow shoveling.  Please note, this is a volunteer based program. 


     

Registration Policy 


Register Early: A lot of planning goes into creating quality programs for our members and guests.   If you are interested in a program, please sign up early to ensure that your class is not cancelled.  Registration may be made by check by mail, Visa, Mastercard or Discover. Credit card payments can be made online or over the phone at this time.  

Village of Niles e-Newsletter


Want to learn more about community events, public services, and business developments in the Village of Niles?  Subscribe to the Niles e-Newsletter!  Twice a month, the Village's e-mail newsletter brings insider information to subscribers' inboxes, highlighting family fun around town and ways to get involved in your community.  Visit www.vniles.com/enews to subscribe!

Online Customer Service Survey 


At the Niles Senior Center, we strive to make your experience a most enjoyable one and we value your thoughts and feedback.  Please take a moment to complete our online Customer Service survey, simply click here.  Thank you.

Online Registration 


If you have an account and an email address on file at the Niles Senior Center you may now register online for programs and events.  Simply click on the "Online Registration" link to the left side of the page for further instructions and to register for events. If you do not have an account or email address on file at the NSC, please call us for assistance.

     

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    Enjoy a nutritious lunch, available for curbside pickup every Mondayy at the Niles Senior Center.  For more information, please click here.