Montgomery County Senior Games

May 7-11, 2018

The Montgomery County Senior Games (MCSG) combine sports and recreation with fellowship among everyone involved. The mission of MCSG is to stimulate senior adults in Montgomery County to be active in sports and recreational events in order to maintain physical and mental well-being. Register and compete with other seniors in events ranging from archery and horseshoes to swimming and golf. For more information on events and registration, stop by Generations in April or visit

Those turning 50 years of age or older in 2018 are invited to participate in this year's Montgomery County Senior Games. The games feature a variety of events and friendly competitions taking place throughout the county. Whether you're a seasoned Senior Gamer or a rookie this year, we also invite you to join with Generations in attending the Montgomery County Senior Walk, Expo, and Luncheon on Friday, May 11, 2018.
8:30am Depart Generations
9:15-10:15am Montgomery County Senior Games Walk Event at Montgomery County Community College. This is a 1.5 mile walk on a macadam surface. In the event of inclement weather, the walk will take place indoors on a linoleum floor. Proper footwear is encouraged.
10:15-11:15am Montgomery County Senior Expo at Montgomery County Community College. More than 30 exhibitors with FREE products and FREE health screenings, along with FREE information about senior services, retirement communities, leisure activities, health care options, safety, and more!
11:30am Montgomery County Senior Games Luncheon at Normandy Farms Estates retirement community
2:00pm Approx. return to Generations
Costs: $15 Montgomery County Residents/$20 Non-residents includes Walk (and as many other events as you would like to compete in), Expo, and Lunch. $5 additional for bus transportation from Generations.

Registration is required for all participation in the Montgomery County Senior Games. Please register for the May 11 Generations group outing by April 6, 2018. For more information/registration, please contact Amy Stover, 
Generations Program Coordinator: 215-723-5841, ext. 15/