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Make it a
wonderful day

Experience Western New York’s first, and only, social club built exclusively for seniors.

No one enjoys sitting at home and waiting: waiting for a doctor’s appointment, waiting for someone to call and check in, or waiting for a surprise visit from a grandchild.

Members at Mar-Bon spend the day in a warm environment where they can connect with other members. Watch a movie in our lounge, eat a home-cooked meal, attend one of our daily programs, or even get your hair cut in our salon!

Become a member and make every day a wonderful one.

Let Mar-Bon host your next event!

We are now hosting special events and corporate meetings for 10 – 50 people.
Interested in learning more?
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Home-Cooked Meals

Our members receive morning and afternoon snacks, a hot, home-cooked meal, and beverages every day. You can even take home the leftovers!

Special Events

You won’t just color or play bingo here. We have special activities like yoga, mind exercises, or art classes.

Have an idea for an activity? Let us know! Mar-Bon is built around our members and we want you to be in the driver’s seat.

Mar-Bon Salon

Clear your calendar and free up some time. We have our very own salon staffed by professional stylists. Schedule an appointment while you are at the club!

Schedule a Tour

The only way that you can get to know the advantages of the Mar-Bon Social Club is to experience them yourself. Give us a call or fill out a request form, and our Directors of Wonderful Days will get in touch with you.

We can’t wait to meet you!

Need your ears lowered?

Interested in visiting the salon? Send us your information and our stylist will get right back to you.

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6477 Transit Road
East Amherst, New York 14051

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Mar-Bon Social Club is not a medically staffed or memory care facility. All of our members must be able to move around on their own, whether they get around independently or use a walker, wheelchair, or cane. They also have to be able to use the restroom independently and administer their own medications.