Hello everyone, welcome to our website!
Western Avenue Community Center offers many programs to support members of our community. Please explore the webpages here to learn how you can help, either monetarily or volunteer. Visit our Calendar to see upcoming events that are scheduled. Your support can make a huge difference in our community. Thank you.
Senior Christmas Celebration & Dinner!
Be sure to attend the
Senior Christmas Dinner Dance on Monday, December 18 at 5:30 PM at Western Avenue Community Center!
Entertainment provided by
Holiday Spectacular. Cost is $5.00 per person at the door. Call Rose at (309) 829-4807 to make your reservation.
This is a very popular event each year and it's a great way to celebrate the
Connect Transit - Community Bus is Partnering with
McLean County Clerk, Bloomington Election Commission, Marcfirst, LIFE CIL and League of Women Voters Register To Vote!
The New Connect Transit Community Bus is Coming to you!
2018 Elections Are Just Around The Corner. Primary Election - March 20 and General Election - November 6
Need to register to vote? Have you moved recently? You can register to vote and if needed, change your address and apply for a new Voter Registration card, all from the comfort of the new
Connect Transit Community Bus.
. The Connect Transit Community Bus will drive to the Monday - December 18 - 4:00 - 6:00 PM Western Avenue Community Center, 600 N. Western Avenue in Bloomington! Flyer.
Mystery Dinner was a Success!
Mystery Dinner took place on Friday, November 10 at the Holiday Inn at 3202 E. Empire in Bloomington. Everyone enjoyed the entertainment by Joel and Erica of Without A Net Entertainment. The theme was Star Trek and featured an Intergalactic Murder Mystery!
Thank You goes out to all of the sponsors, donors, and attendees of the Mystery Dinner. Thanks to the generosity of the community the event raised over $13,500! Check out the pictures!
Some Great News!
The Illinois Prairie Community Foundation has awarded Western Avenue Community Center with a $3,000 grant to help pay for staff time to train tutors in the After School Program. The support comes from the Ruth Carey Education Endowment Fund and will support the training of up to 80 volunteer tutors per semester during the 2017/18 school year! These tutors will help kindergarten through 6th grade students achieve academic progress through daily reading, homework help and mentoring. Thank you to IPCF and its supporters for the generous grant to our program!
Western Avenue Community Center is a member agency of United Way of McLean County.