"The Gathering Place Supports Positive Living For All Ages!"
The Gathering Place is a nonprofit senior activity center in Milton, WI. People of all ages participate in activities, classes and programs, and receive services that enhance their dignity, support their independence and encourage their involvement with each other and the community. Become a member now!
Who we are
Dave Fisher is the Executive Director of The Gathering Place.…
Sara Picket is the Administrative Assistant at The Gathering Place…
Lynnea is the Wedding and Venue Rental Coordinator at The…
Lisa is the Program Coordinator at The Gathering Place
Maintenance Supervisor of The Gathering Place
Stan Braun is the Custodian for The Gathering Place.
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Thank you so much for your guidance and help with the celebration of my husband Evan's life. All of the pieces fell into place as if it was meant to be.The Gathering Place and Milwaukee Grill were two of the...
As we start our new life as Husband & Wife we would like to thank The Gathering Place Wedding and Party Venue it was the Perfect Venue for our special day. Mary was so very very helpful to make everything go...
History and Background: Marion Allen’s Vision
Marion Allen’s vision for Milton was to have a welcoming place in which folks could gather, and so began Milton’s senior center. Mrs. Allen grew up in Georgia, but she embraced Milton as her home for over 50 years. In 1977, St. Mary Church in Milton hosted the first Golden Diners in Milton. Marion Allen was one of the volunteers at this nutrition site. She realized that senior citizens needed to have a place of their own where they could have lunch and socialize. Marion purchased a lot at 715 Campus Street on May 2, 1991 and hired architect Paul Dalberg and builders Ed and J.P. Hale to make her vision a reality. Besides financing the project, Marion was involved in every aspect of the construction, even personally choosing all of the colors and furnishings for each room. On October 4, 1992, the Gathering Place held its grand opening. And in the over 20+ years since, local senior citizens have truly had a “place of their own,” thanks to this generous gift to the community from Marion Allen. In 2004, a video was produced which describes the history of “the Gathering Place.”