38th Annual St. Louis Senior Olympics
Memorial Day Weekend, May 25-30, 2017
If you have questions regarding registration, contact Justin Bange, 314.442.3216.
April 17 (Early Bird Pricing Deadline – save $10)
May 8 (Final Registration Deadline)
St. Louis Senior Olympics is not responsible for delays involving the United States Postal Service. Send or deliver entry forms to:
Jewish Community Center
ATTN: St. Louis Senior Olympics
2 Millstone Campus Dr.
St. Louis, MO 63146.
Liability Waiver MUST be signed and turned in with the Official Entry Form.
A NON-REFUNDABLE and NON-TRANSFERABLE General Registration Fee must be included with the entry form. Checks should be made payable to “St. Louis Senior Olympics.” The fee is $47 for entries received on or before April 17 and $57 after April 17. Both partners in doubles events must register and pay indicated fees. Team event participants and Tap Dancers see fees below. Bowling and Golf require an additional facility fee, see below.
Team Events Participants: 3 on 3 Basketball, 7 on 7 Soccer, Ultimate Frisbee, Volleyball and Water Volleyball
All players on a team roster MUST complete the Waiver and include the team event participant fee. The fee is $32 for entries received on or before April 17 and $42 after April 17.
- Team captains are responsible for turning in Team Entry Form and Roster (Pages 13-14) by Monday, May 8. Team entry forms will not be processed unless all team members have submitted their waiver and payments. The Senior Olympics office encourages that they are submitted together.
Tap Exhibition/ Masters Class Participants
Tap dancers who participate in ONLY the Exhibition and Masters Class may register for $36. Those dancers interested in participating in other events must pay the full General Registration Fee of $47 or $57.
The Tap Master’s Classes will be held on Thursday, May 4 from 9am – 1pm.
The Tap Exhibition will be held on Thursday, May 25 at 1:30pm.
All tap programming will be held at the J in Creve Coeur.
Duplicate Bridge Participants
Bridge players who participate in ONLY Duplicate Bridge may register for $18. Those players interested in participating in other events must pay the full General Registration Fee of $47 or $57.
Duplicate Bridge takes place at the St. Louis Bridge Center on Friday, May 26 at 2:30pm.
Please contact the Senior Olympics office for scholarship information.
Additional Facility Fees
Requires an additional FACILITY FEE of $9 for each session participant selects except the 3-person Baker Team bowling session, which is only $3 (Bowling shoes available at no additional cost). This fee is NON-REFUNDABLE after May 8.
Requires an additional FACILITY FEE. (Fee includes greens fee for 18 holes and electric cart. All golfers must ride). This fee is NON-REFUNDABLE after May 8.
9-Hole – $23 at Creve Coeur Golf Course
18-Hole – $30 at the Norman K. Probstein Golf Course in Forest Park
The St. Louis Senior Olympics promotes the health and wellness of men and women 50 years of age and better by providing them opportunities to participate in competitive sports and social events.
St. Louis is proud to host one of the most prestigious Senior Games in the country. With the help of 200+ volunteers, more than 1,100 athletes are able to participate in 90 events over Memorial Day Weekend each year.
This community-wide event encourages participation on a variety of levels. Please contact the St. Louis Senior Olympics office for more information regarding volunteer, athlete and sponsorship opportunities.
Interested in becoming a sponsor? View our sponsorship brochure.
Dear St. Louis Senior Olympic Athletes, Volunteers & Supporters,
Thank you for visiting our website and either taking the first step to becoming involved in the St. Louis Senior Olympics or continuing your support of our fabulous event. I cannot tell you how excited we are for 2017. Over Memorial Day Weekend, we will again host more than 1,100 athletes, 200+ volunteers, countless supporters and fans and of course, our many fabulous sponsors.
Please allow me to introduce my team. Welcome back to our marvelous chairman, Brian Goldman, who is back for his third year in this role. Brian, of course, is the Event Director of the Soccer Accuracy Kick and was the recipient of the Walter “Doc” Eberhardt Volunteer Award in 2014. Justin Bange joins the Senior Olympics staff as the Sports and Recreation Coordinator. He hopefully has made your registration process as seamless as possible. He will also be onsite throughout the Games weekend. Last but not least, Stephanie Rhea is back as our Volunteer Coordinator managing our hundreds of volunteers who make this event so successful. She is back for her second year, and we are so lucky to have her in this role. Thank you to these folks, from the bottom of my heart, for all that they do for you and the St. Louis Senior Olympics.
One final thank you to our amazing sponsors, without whom we could not continue this amazing program. Please take a moment to visit the 2016 Sponsor page and their individual websites. If you are interested in sponsoring the 2017 St. Louis Senior Olympics, please contact Rachael Simoneau, Director of Development at the J. Please continue to check the website for updates related to the 2016 St. Louis Senior Olympics.
Thank you, as always, for your support of the Games.
St. Louis Senior Olympics Director
To contact the Senior Olympic office via email, click here.
Please contact the Senior Olympics office to update your mailing address or to add a friend to the list.
Senior Olympics Office
Justin Bange, 314.442.3216
2017 Event Chair: Brian Goldman
Event Director: Phil Ruben
St. Louis Senior Olympics
Staenberg Family Complex
Jewish Community Center
2 Millstone Campus Drive
St. Louis, MO 63146
Phone & Fax: 314-442-3279