Senior Club Drop-in Programs

Live at the Senior Center!
Most Groups have drop-in fees

 

 

Bingo
Every Thursday
at 11:00 am – 2:00 pm.

Room: Assembly Hall

Members $2, Non-members $5

 

pexels-negative-space-34592Hooked on Books
First Tuesday of the month
at 12:30 – 2:00 pm.

Meets the first Tuesday of the Month
In-person at the Senior Center
Members $2, Non-members $5

 

 

Photo by Andrea Piacquadio on <a href="https://www.pexels.com/photo/man-in-black-jacket-wearing-black-headphones-3831645/" rel="nofollow">Pexels.com</a>Let’s Sing
Every Thursday at 12:15 pm – 1:15 pm

Members $2, Non-members $5.

Room: Senior Center Back Patio

The Let’s Sing Chorus meets weekly to sing songs from Broadway and also some oldies. Songs from the 1950s and 1960s are particularly popular. We sing songs from the Broadway musicals Cats, Phantom of the Opera, My Fair Lady, The Fantasticks, The Lion King and many others.

Let’s Sing is open to all Seniors Club members who are interested in singing. There are opportunities for solos, duets, trios, and quartets. The chorus sings half of each song. Lyrics booklets are available. If interested email rzzwolf@gmail.com or come to a meeting.

 

Mah Jongg
Every Tuesday
at 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm.

Room: Multipurpose Room

Members $2, Non-members $5

Welcome all returning and new players of American-style Mah Jongg. If you have played drop-in Mah Jongg pre-shutdown, please come back and greet old friends. If you have not played here and know how to play, please come and make new friends who enjoy this challenging game. We will use the 2021 card and some cards will be available for purchase. Can’t wait to see you all.

Betty Fraga

 

petanquePatanque
Second and Fourth Tuesday of the month
at 10:30 am – 12:30 pm.

On the SENIOR CENTER BACK PATIO
Enter through the Senior Center Lobby
Bring evidence of vaccination and a mask for walking through the building.

Members $2, Non-members $5

Patanque is a relative of bocce ball. It will be played on the newly renovated compacted sand pad that the city put into the Senior Center Back Patio. Come and meet new people and renew old acquaintances.

 

pruners and scissors together with twine in florist shopPerennials Garden Group
Fourth Wednesday of the month
at 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Room: Conference Room

Members $2, Non-members $5

 

Want to expand your green horizons?
 
 
There is an opportunity right in your backyard. Join the Garden Group based out of the Walnut Creek Senior Center!
 
We are a “Growing” group for any seniors wanting to develop their green personality.  We encourage participation from all levels of gardening expertise.  Currently we are meeting monthly on zoom, but hopefully that will change before long.  The meetings last about 90 minutes on the fourth Monday of the month at 10:30 AM.  The first 60 minutes features a speaker discussing a gardening topic.  There are multiple benefits to this informational event. 
 
Education– Hear advice and recommendations from local and regional experts on multiple gardening topics.  We have had experts discuss attracting butterflies to your garden, beneficial and bad bugs, growing plants from seeds, everything you ever wanted to know about fruit trees, Firescaping, and winter and summer vegetables.  Join us in the coming months to hear more sage information!
 
Connections– Currently the meetings are virtual but hopefully we will be connecting in person at the Senior Center soon. You’ll be able to socialize with other gardeners and share personal stories of gardening success. Also, there are many volunteer opportunities in the mini-gardens around Civic Park. You may showcase your gardening expertise in the plants selected for these areas. 
 
Resources– Learn about all types of assistance for making your garden grow, such as a website to help select plants, and other helpful, practical tips to become more proficient at managing your garden. 
 

 

Qi Gong
Every Wednesday
at 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm

Room: Senior Center Back Patio

Members $2, Non-members $5

Qi Gong uses traditional Chinese exercises that engage the mind and body and encompasses posture and movement in a meditative experience. This 15-minute class provides a chance to take a break and relax with slow movements. The leader, Bob Wolf, studied Qi Gong for 4 years at the San Francisco Chinatown YMCA and teaches Qi Gong to employees of a major corporation.

This class requires balance and physical activity. This means our insurance carrier requires that you be a member of the WC Seniors Club and that you agree to a waiver of liability in order to participate. For more information email rzzwolf@gmail.com .