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Encouraging the Art of Living

 

The Walnut Creek Seniors Club is a 501(c) organization dedicated to enriching the lives of seniors in Walnut Creek.  We are also  a senior; the club was founded in 1952.  Our headquarters are in Civic Park Community Center.  We have volunteer receptionists on duty weekdays from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm to help with any questions. – call 925-943-5851.

The club is open to people 50 years old or better, living in the Walnut Creek area. Membership benefits include access to the mini-bus, free access to Lyft, local and international trips, a senior softball league, seminars on such subjects as fraud prevention and housing, great prices on special events, free social services and a variety of drop-in activities. The Walnut Creek Seniors Club regularly schedules trips, games, and parties. Members receive a monthly newsletter that lists all the Club activities and services.

Some examples of what we do:

  • Run a mini-van service for our members. For just $1, our seniors can go anywhere in Walnut Creek.
  • We supplement our mini-bus with free Lyft rides during the hours the mini-van is not operating.
  • Promote fitness through softball, tennis, walking, biking, and bowling groups.
  • Sponsor seminars on topics of interest to seniors, such as fraud prevention.
  • Sponsor book discussion groups and craft groups.
  • Provide opportunities to socialize over cards or music and at dinners and dances.
  • Provide the opportunity to travel on day trips or extended trips.

In short, we encourage the art of living.

Dues are only $15 annually, and run from January 1 through December 31.  To join our over 2,500 current members, come by the Civic Park Community Center between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm., Monday through Friday or call 943-5851 if you would like more information.   You can get a membership form at the Civic Park Community Center reception desk, or here is a membership form that you can print out and mail in with your check.      2019 Membership Application.

 

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  1. Beverly Bortin permalink

    I am looking for a used mobility scooter in good condition at a price I can afford. Do you know of someone who has a scooter they no longer need? I no longer drive, but I would like to get to the local shopping center at my corner. I am grateful for any help or suggestions. It is too short a distance to take Lyft, only half a block.

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