Name Change – Senior Center Without Walls is Now Well Connected

The program is the same, but the name has changed.

The link is  You will also find it in the links in the right column, under For Fun.  I checked the links under For Fun, but the only ones that were offering something were Well Connected and Project Gutenberg.  If you know of any other links that are offering Shelter at Home activities, feel free to comment below.

What is it?

Well Connected is a community made up of participants, staff, facilitators, presenters, and other volunteers who value being connected. All groups are accessible by phone from wherever you are at no cost to you. Whether you like art or zoology, music or meditation, there is a program for you. Each Well Connected session offers groups and classes on a wide range of topics. You’re sure to find one that interests you. And Well Connected meets 365 days a year, so there’s always a chance to connect.

How does it work?

Well Connected members call in via a toll-free number at a set time each week, with some groups also offering the option to connect via computer, tablet, or mobile device. Most groups last 30 minutes to an hour with around 12 participants. Newcomers are always welcome! If you don’t feel like talking at first, you’re welcome to just listen as long as you’ve let the group know you’re there.


Advisory Board Minutes for January 27, 2020

Walnut Creek Seniors Club
Advisory Board Meeting
January 27, 2020


President Mark Pitzlin called the meeting to order at 9:30 a.m. and welcomed members and guests.

Present:  Mark Pitzlin, Rolando Salazar, Fred Rentschler, Annette Hammond, Barbara Bacon, Wayne

Slater, Jody Johnson, Kat Reisinger – Staff, Vanessa Rodriquez – Staff, Guests Robin Wolf and Bob Joe,  and Fred Weston, Parks & Rec.

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News, Tips

Walnut Creek Rec. Transportation Program

Do you need a ride to a medical appointment, to the grocery store, or to participate in activities in Walnut Creek?  For $1 each way, the minibus can help you get to where you need to go within the City of Walnut Creek, Monday through Friday between 8:45 am and 3:40 pm  If you need a ride outside of minibus hours, the Expanded Transportation Pilot Program utilizes Lyft to schedule rides for passengers without cell phones and allows current Lyft users the ability to use the service from their cell phones.

Minibus Hours of Operation
Monday to Friday 8:45 am – 3:40 pm

Extended Service – Lyft
Monday to Friday 3:40 pm -8:45 am
Saturday & Sunday All Day

To use the minibuses you must be a member of the Walnut Creek Senior Club.  To use the Expanded Transportation Pilot Program, Walnut Creek Senor Club members will need to complete the application form and meet with the program coordinator during a scheduled appointment.  Members must be at least 60 years of age.  Please visit the front desk or call (925) 943-5852 for more information.


Activities, News

Spring Quarterly Social

Canceled Due to Closure of Senior Center

Friday, March 20,    1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Civic Park Community Center, Assembly Hall

Join us in celebrating the first day of spring at the quarterly social.  Bring a friend or make a new one there.  Enjoy delicious food catered by Eliza catering.  Entertainment provided by Glen Snyder.  See you there!

$10 tickets on sale now at the front desk,
($15) per ticket after March 15

Questions? Call (925)943-5851