The Senior Center offers several types of activities each day and different events each month for adults 50+. Some are activities are considered “drop-in” and some require “pre-registration” but they all require a current Senior Center Membership. Members are asked to show their Membership Card when entering the facility. Non-members and guests of members can check in at the Front Desk and receive a Visitor’s Pass for the day.
Detailed information on the currently offered activities is available in our bi-monthly newsletter, the Senior Connection newsletter.
- Open House
Saturday, January 25, 11:00AM – 1:00PM
Join us for our 2nd Annual Open House event at the Barbara Lee Senior Center. We encourage you to invite your friends and family to get a close-up look at the many programs offered at the Senior Center as well as its amenities. We will have use of the game rooms, snacks and light refreshments, Fitness Center Orientation, a Fitness Class Demonstration, and a taste of Cici’s Cooking and Crafts.
- Cici’s Cooking & Crafts
Fridays, January 24 and February 21, 3:30PM – 4:30PM
Cost: $2 per class Material Fee due to instructor day of class.
Learn how to make decadent, tasty, beautiful treats and easy do-it-yourself projects from our very own Cici once a month. On January 24, learn how to make a Deep-Dish Lava Cookie. On February 21, make sugar scrubs in a decorative jar. Limited space is available. Register at the Front Desk by the Tuesday before each class.
- Table Tennis 101
Thursdays, February 6-March 26, 2:00PM-3:00PM
Have you watched Table Tennis but thought you could never be good enough to play? If so, this class is just
for you! It will take you through the basics of the game, such as how to stand, how to hold the paddle, different strokes used to hit the ball, scoring, and strategies for playing. The class will also go over how to play singles and doubles. Sign-up at the Front Desk.
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9:00AM-10:00AM
The Senior Center’s Walk-About program is all about walking! Did you know that walking is one of the best and least expensive forms of exercise? This new program will help you stay fit and allow you to meet other people. Through this volunteer-led program, participants will learn some important elements of walking safely through some classroom-style meetings. Topics will include warm-up and cool-down exercises for muscle stretching, exercises to improve balance, comfortable clothing for walking, types of walking shoes, popular walking places and safe when walking. The group will also take walks around the local neighborhoods.