Stop in to join a class, meet friends for lunch, browse our gift shop, or arrange a shopping trip on our vans! The Council on Aging also offers outreach services, health clinics, and assistance with health insurance or taxes. Come by anytime to meet the staff and see how we can help.
COA Winter Cancelation Policy
If the Concord Public Schools are closed due to snow or ice, there will be NO ACTIVITIES or VAN SERVICE at the COA. The office will remain open unless the Town Manager has closed town offices for safety. If storms develop during the business day, programs and van service may be canceled to ensure everyone's safety. If school is delayed, please call the COA at 978 318 3020 to find out if programs have been canceled or if the van is running.
Harvey’s Treasure Chest
Gift Shop at the Concord Council on Aging (COA)
Open Monday – Thursday 10AM – 2PM
Accepting donations of new/like new crystal, glass, china, pictures, games puzzles, jewelry, scarves, handbags, decorative items
New & attractive greeting cards are always available for $1.25
All proceeds from Harvey’s Treasure Chest go directly to the many activities and programs at the COA
You can get a Donation Receipt when you drop off your donations to the COA
Over 130,000 people in Massachusetts suffer from Alzheimer's or other dementia related problems. Fortunately there are over 85 FREE programs called Memory Cafes and one can be found at the The Concord Council on Aging (COA). The Concord Memory Cafe meets the 2nd Monday of every month, 11AM - 12:45PM, and offers a complimentary lunch with creative activity and/or entertainment. COA's Memory Cafe is a welcoming and safe place and the COA asks that attendees bring their care partners with them. A reservation is required by simply calling 978-318-3020. We look forward to seeing you!
Starting at 8:30 AM on Thursday, January 2nd you may call to sign up for events in the January Senior Spirit Newsletter!
MassOptions is a free elder resource that can connect you to the services that can keep you or a loved one living independently. Try the website links or call to speak with a trained specialist to find many helpful resources including: