Breakfast & Lunch at the Center and Meals on Wheels

Breakfast and lunch are served in the dining room and to Meals on Wheels clients. Available 5 days a week and prepared by our wonderful cooks and volunteers. Join us for a community meal to enjoy lunch with old and new friends.



Suggested Breakfast Donation
$5 Seniors & Non-Seniors

Suggested Lunch Donation
$7 Seniors
$14 Non-Seniors

Fajita Bowl

FRIDAY FEAST! Tortilla Soup Fajita Bowl with Red Pepper, Onion, Rice, & Beans Chips Guacamole, Onions, Cheese, & Sour Cream Fruit Cup Lemon Ice Box Pie Breakfast Entrée: Breakfast Burrito […]

Soup & Salad Bar

Soup & Salad Bar Fruit Tart Breakfast Entrée: Ham Croissant Sandwich

Mac & Cheese Ham Bake

BIRTHDAY LUNCH! Salad Mac & Cheese Ham Bake Grilled Broccoli Whole Wheat Roll Strawberry Lemonade Cake Breakfast Entrée: Build-Your-Own-Omelet

Pesto Shrimp Pasta

Garlic Parmesan Pasta Pesto Shrimp Pasta German Coleslaw Whole Wheat Roll Grape Breakfast Entrée: Breakfast Sandwich

Chicken Sandwich

Broccoli Salad Chicken Sandwich with Lettuce, Tomatoes, & Dill Pickles Potato Salad Banana German Chocolate Cake Breakfast Entrée: Breakfast Burrito

Menus are subject to change.


Meals on Wheels

We deliver fresh, nutritious meals five days a week (Monday-Friday) to seniors. Now offering expanded delivery routes! The Meals on Wheels menu is the same as the Senior Center lunch menu. We offer a hot lunch option and brown bag breakfast options. Frozen meals are available for weekends and holidays. Our wonderful volunteers deliver meals all over the valley including the Wilson area, North of town, as well as Hoback.

Request Meal Delivery

If you are interested in learning more about the Meals on Wheels home delivery program, please contact Senior Center staff 307-733-7300 or email


Contact the Senior Center of Jackson Hole to become a Meals on Wheels delivery volunteer or visit the volunteer page.

Meals on Wheels has been guided by a single goal since the first known U.S. delivery by a small group of Philadelphia citizens in 1954 – to support our senior neighbors to extend their independence and health as they age. What started as a compassionate idea has grown into one of the largest and most effective social movements in America, currently helping nearly 2.2 million seniors annually in virtually every community in the country.