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WCSC Connection Walnut Creek Seniors Club

1375 Civic Drive

Walnut Creek, CA 94596

May 2011 (925) 943-5851

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Seniors Club 2011 Advisory Board

President: Lou Schrepel

Mother & Father’s Day Celebration Notice If you are a Walnut Creek Senior Club Member and participate in programs lasting more than 3 hours, please pick up a 2011 parking sticker at the front counter

Tea Dances Friday Afternoon $3.00 drop-in fee 1:30-4:00pm See page 3

Join us for lunch at our charming Paris Bistro in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower Special Strolling Mime Performance

Vice President: Mignon Gaffney

Treasurer: Bob Mohler

Call 943-5851 for the following for appointments: Health Insurance Counseling (HICAP)

Hostess Chairpersons: Betty Allan, Carol Galas, Bette Hopkins, Phyllis Roucayrol Special Events:

11am - 1pm

Tickets: $12 per person Live Music & Entertainment Catered by Wilma Lott

Members at Large: Catherine Nitz, Howard Goodrich Trustees: Dorothy Carver, Linda Ausplund, Wayne Slater Historian: Marylou Tassinari Hospitality: Shirley Walker Sunshine: Liz Slater Immediate Past President: Jody Johnson

Walnut Creek City Council Cindy Silva, Mayor Council Members: Kish Rajan, Gary Skrel, Kristina Lawson, Bob Simmons Parks, Recreation and Open Space Commission Dan Lawrence, Chair Commissioners: Joe Stadum, Richard, Carlston, Carla Ludwig, Tom Worthy, Sandra Jacobsen, Richard Underwood

Ticket purchases can be made at the reception desk at the Walnut Creek Seniors Club - purchase while supplies last

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Public Relations: Mike Carlo, Bob Graham, Maureen Fischl

Transportation: Bob Freeman

Springtime in Paris Friday, May 6, 2011

Blood Pressure Screening: Co-sponsored by John Muir Senior Services

Secretary: Louise Cuillo

Trips: Anne Hagler, Jody Johnson, Mary Wood

Investment Discussion Group Meets every 3rd Tuesday @ 1:30pm Free Drop-In Questions, call volunteer coordinator, Wayne Slater 938-2705 (group was formerly known as the Investment Club) Listed on calendar page

President, Deaf Club: Jerry Chase

MON-THU noon; FRI 11:30am, Senior nutrition program at the Senior Club; call 280-7310 one day prior (10-noon) for reservations

2nd WED 9:00-11am; lobby; drop-in, no appointment

2nd WED & 4th TUE 1:00-3:00pm Assists in clarifying medical health insurance coverage; i.e. Medicare billing and claims, Medicare, Supplemental Insurance, and Long Term Health Care Insurance. Bring all pertinent information with you.

Senior Peer Counseling

• Tuesdays, 2:00-4:00pm Trained volunteer counselors provide supportive counseling to individuals in Contra Costa County over 55 years of age

LEGAL SERVICES Simple Will Preparation; 1st MON 1:30-3pm Senior Legal Services; 2nd TH 10am-1pm; 4th TH 11am-2pm INVESTMENT SERVICES Investment Counseling; 1st TUE 1:30-3:30pm TRANSPORTATION SERVICES Walnut Creek Seniors Club Mini Bus

• Reservations: 933-1434 one day prior for reservations (2 days prior for medical appt.), between 9-11am • Information/cancellations: 943-5851 • Some limitations may apply • Fare $1 each direction. Tickets are available from driver.

County Connection Link •

LINK registration & registration, call 938-7433

BART Tickets

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Purchase at reception desk (cash only) $9.00/ ticket, $24 value; available for adults over 65

County Connection Bus Passes •

Senior/Disabled, 20 rides $15 (cash or check)

Civic Park Staff


Managers: Leo Harrod and Todd Trimble

Elder Abuse Prevention; Call 646-4380

Program Specialists: Cathie Ramey - Senior Programs & Adult Classes; Hope Keung - Senior Programs & Adult Sports Leagues; Preston Jones - Therapeutic Recreation & After-School Sports; Carol Glavor, Office Asst.

Information & Referral; Call 943-5851 or 1-800-510-2020 Senior Outreach Services; Call 937-8311 for information Care Management • •

Call 945-8040,for appointment Assists with money management, conservatorship, crisis intervention and in-home assessments.

WCSC Connection - May 2011

Trip Registration - April 2011 Page 11

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Monthly Highlights Friday Social/Birthday Celebration Friday, May 20, 11am Entertainment: Dolores Mendenhall & the Sing-a-long Chorus To reserve a lunch: call 943-5851 no later than the Friday before the lunch. Doors open at 10:30am. Lunch will be served until 11:30am. Reservations will be honored until 11:30am then offered to those on the waiting list.

Pancake Breakfast - 9-11:45am 1st Sunday of each month June 5 (no breakfast in May) Enjoy an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast for $2.25 for adults and $1.50 for children under 12, hosted by members and volunteers of the Walnut Creek Seniors Club. Breakfast includes sausages, orange juice, coffee and all-you-can-eat pancakes. Service is available until 11:45am.

Wine ‘n Dine - Modern China Cafe Mon., May 23, 5pm 1525 North Main St. Walnut Creek; 988-8008 Please call Marylou Tassinari at 932-0471 for information and to reserve your seat.

Movie Matinee: No Movie May 2 Please join us June 6 for “The Fighter” Join us in the Lounge; donation 50¢, includes freshly popped popcorn.

Hooked On Books - WCSC Book Club 1st Tuesday of each month Lounge 50¢ drop-in fee, 1pm May 3 - “Honolulu” by Alan Brennert Sep 6 - “New York New York” by Edward Rutherford No meetings June, July & August

Card-making Workshop: Graduation & General Greeting Cards Monday, May 23, $10 Fun and easy; no special artistic skills required. Students go home with multiple cards to share with family and friends. All supplies included. Bring scissors. Pre-registration required. Call 943-5851 to register.

Tea Dances Friday Afternoons $3.00 drop-in fee Every Friday; 1:30-4:00pm Join us for an afternoon of ballroom dancing as you get together with friends both new and old. You'll enjoy the ballroom standards played by DJ Colin Dickie who will be your host and music director each afternoon. You'll even have a chance to move your feet to Latin and swing dance music and during the intermission, Colin will lead line dances. Be sure to mark your calendar and get out your dancing shoes! Coffee and light refreshments will be available.

You must be a Walnut Creek Senior Club Member to participate on our trips INSTRUCTIONS for TRIP RESERVATIONS: In an envelope, enclose the following: 1. A SELF-ADDRESSED, STAMPED envelope, (receipt and confirmation will be sent back to you in the self-addressed, stamped envelope you provide) 2. trip form completely filled out 3. separate checks for each trip payable to Walnut Creek Seniors Club or for extended trips, make the check payable to the company named in the travel brochure 4. note attention to either Mary Wood or Jody Johnson on the front of the envelope MARY WOOD or JODY JOHNSON 5. walk in or mail to: Walnut Creek Seniors Club Trips 1375 Civic Drive, Walnut Creek, CA 94596



___ Watsonville Ag Tour, May 3, 2011. $62 ___ Pulp Fashion, May 10, 2011. $55

___ Peppermill Resort—Reno Overnight, May 9-10, 2011, $79pp., dbl., $99pp., sgl.

___ Cornerstone Gardens, May 17, 2011. $48

___ Golden Gate Fields, June 2, 2011, $56pp

___ Balanciaga & Spain, June 8, 2011. $48

___ Canada & New England Cruise Aboard the Deluxe Silver Whisper, Oct. 10 - 20, 2011, prices start at $4,795

___ “Anything Goes”, July 28, 2011. $97

Notes from C.C. Café

___ San Diego Experience Sept. 18-23, 2011. $1,399dbl.; $1,799sgl.

___ Hawaiian island Cruise, April 13-28, 2012, prices start at $2,143.

by Shirley Guri We welcome the merry month of May. And we are here to welcome you to our ‘healthy and good-for-you’ lunch program. Think about it … no shopping for groceries, no cooking, no clean-up. It’s a good time, with good food and good company. Make a date, bring a friend and join us for the absolute best deal in town! Call the day before for your lunch reservation at 280-7310.

NAME(S) ___________________________________________________ PHONE ______________________ ADDRESS, CITY, ZIP ______________________________________________________________________ RELEASE, WAIVER AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK: I certify that I am the above-named person and that I am a participant in the City of Walnut Creek and Walnut Creek Seniors Club Trip Program. The particular trip and dates that I will be participating in are indicated above. I understand that there may be a variety of activities attendant to this activity, such as physical exertion, experiencing stressful situations and transportation by a number of modes. I agree to assume full responsibility for any injuries, death or property damage incurred by me in connection with such participation, including transportation, if required as a part of the scheduled activity. I release the City of Walnut Creek, the Walnut Creek Seniors Club, and their officers, officials, agents, employees or volunteers from any and all liability for such accident or injury, even though the negligent activities of the City, or those acting on its behalf, may have caused or contributed to the injury, death or property damage suffered. I understand that this document is binding upon my heirs and dependents as well as myself. In the event of an emergency, I hereby authorize the City to call the participant’s physician. I understand that certain limitations may require a doctor’s approval prior to traveling with the group. SIGNED__________________________________________________________DATE___________________ SIGNED__________________________________________________________DATE___________________ IN CASE OF EMERGENCY PLEASE CONTACT: NAME _________________________ RELATIONSHIP__________________ PHONE ________________

Jody’s Trips 680-1501 (Office 935-8138)

Mary’s Trips 934-8894 (Office 935-8138)

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♦ Extended Trips ♦ Canada and New England Fall Foliage Cruise Aboard the Deluxe Silver Whisper October 10-20, 2011 Treat yourself to a fall foliage splendor along America’s Colonial Coast aboard the luxurious 382 passenger, all suite Silver Whisper. Tour features R/T transfers from Walnut Creek to S.F.O. and R/T air to New York, one night in New York City, 9-night cruise including all meals, beverages (includes alcohol), butler for each suite, shipboard activities and gratuities. All tips and transfers from airport/hotel/ship/ portage for one suitcase, per person. Take advantage of the 55% Silver Savings offered for a limited time. Vista Suite (large picture window) published price $10,145; Silver Savings fare $5,245pp. dbl.occ; Veranda Suite $12,645, Silver Savings fare $6,250. A refundable deposit will assure you a cabin. Please call for a brochure. Hawaiian Island Cruise 15 Nights Aboard the Star Princess R/T San Francisco to Hawaii - No Flying April 13 - 28, 2012 Immerse yourself in the Aloha Spirit and visit the Big Island and its active volcano; Kauai, Maui and Oahu. Features include R/ T Heather Farm to the S. F. Pier, a 15-night cruise including all meals and shipboard activities, hosted cocktail party, baggage handling for one suitcase pp, taxes and tips excluding shipboard gratuities and pre-trip orientation. On our return voyage we will stop in Ensenada—Mexico’s second most visited port of call. Cost: Inside stateroom $2,143 pp., dbl; outside $2,563 dbl; balcony cabin $3,025 dbl and mini-suite $3,527. Cabin categories are limited in number and sold on first come basis only. Call Mary Wood for

Gambling Trips ♦ Peppermill Resort—Reno Overnight May 9-10, 2011 Depart: 7:30am from Heather Farm Return: Approximately 6:30pm Enjoy the scenic Sierras and play bingo before arriving at the Nugget. Receive $5 cash and $5 food credit. Depart for the Peppermill Resort where you will spend the night. The Peppermill Resort and casino has undergone nine major expansions and recently celebrated the Grand Opening of its Tuscan-themed expansion. The resort features a 17-story hotel tower, spa and salon, 10 unique restaurants, pool, garden and nightclub, 16 themed bars and lounges, the newest, hottest slots and video poker, and also offers single and multideck Blackjack, Roulette, Craps, 3-card and 4-card Poker, Let-it-Ride, Pai Gow Tiles, Pai Gow Poker, Baccarrat and Keno. overnight stay at the Peppermill resort. Receive $5 food credit. Next day depart for Boomtown. Receive $5 cash and $5 food credit. Cost $79pp; dbl.; $99 single. Day at the Races—Golden Gate Fields Tuesday, June 2, 2011 Depart:11:00am from Heather Farm Return: 6:00pm Join us for the popular “Day at the Races” with a buffet lunch in the enclosed Turf Club with panoramic views. Cost is $56 per person and includes deluxe motor coach, Turf Club lunch, racing program and gratuities. Dress code enforced. Men should wear dress or tailored slacks, and ladies should wear a dress or tailored pants. No sweat suits, t-shirts or athletic shoes are allowed.

♦ Day Trips ♦ Tuesday, May 3, 2011 Watsonville Ag Tour—Berries, Flowers and Farms Depart 8:30am Return 5:30pm Strawberries and raspberries –get them fresh from the farm. We’ll visit Gizdich Farm, walk through the flower greenhouses, buy some fresh flowers, enjoy a refreshing beach walk and enjoy lunch and their special pie-ala-mode. Cost of $62 includes bus transportation, guide, hosted lunch and time to shop at Driscoll’s Strawberry store for fresh from the field berries. Tuesday, May 10, 2011 Pulp Fashion - SF Legion of Honor Depart 9:00am Return 5:00pm Artist Isbelle de Borchgrave, inspired by museum paintings, designs and creates elaborate trompe l’oeilI fashions from paper—not just any old paper, but rag paper—meticulously hand-painted in rich detail that mimics the faded colors of old paintings. Sixty sculptures will be on display ranging from finery worthy of the Medici family to gowns by Dior. Lunch on your own at Museum Café. Cost of $55 includes entrance fees, bus transportation and hosted ice cream treat following exhibit. Tuesday, May 17, 2011 Cornerstone Gardens Depart 8:30am Return 4:30pm Cornerstone Gardens is an ever-changing series of walk-through gardens, showcasing new and innovative designs from the world’s finest landscape architects and designers. The gardens create a connection between art, architects and designers. There are shops and exhibits to view after our docent tour. No Host lunch will be in the town of Sonoma, and a list of restaurants will be provided. Cost of $48 includes bus transportation, garden entrance fee and all gratuities.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011 Balenciaga and Spain Depart 8:30am Return 3:30pm This exhibit at de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park will showcase over 100 pieces of dramatic Balenciaga clothing and accessories. It represents the first exhibition to examine the impact of Spain’s culture, history and art on this prominent 20th century designer. Time allowed for viewing exhibit. No-host lunch will be at the San Francisco Ferry Building. Cost of $48 includes bus transportation, entrance fee, driver gratuities. Friday, July 28, 2011 “Anything Goes” Theater in the Round Sacramento Depart 10:30am Return 6:30pm Join us today for this madcap Cole Porter musical comedy set aboard an ocean liner bound from New York to London—performed at the Music Circus Pavilion in Sacramento. We’ll have hosted lunch before the matinee performances. Enjoy songs that were introduced in its 1934 debut such as “Anything Goes”, “You’re the Top”, and “I Get a Kick Out of You”. Cost of $97 includes bus transportation, hosted lunch, theater tickets and all taxes and gratuities.

♦ Extended Trips ♦ September 18-23, 2011 San Diego Experience! Joni us for an exciting trip to San Diego. We’ll stop along the way for a visit to Ritchie’s Barn; Forestiere Underground Gardens in Fresno; Los Angeles Olvera Street, Amtrak from LA to San Diego; San Diego Seaport Village; San Diego Zoo and Balboa Park; Del Coronado Hotel; Getty Museum; La Jolla and much, more! Cost of $1,399pp, dbl., includes 5 nights accommodations, 10 meals, admissions per itinerary, baggage handling, tips and gratuities included for events. ($1799 single). $200 deposit pp, to hold reservation—final payment due August 1. Payable to Friendly Excursions, Inc.

2011 Membership Form

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Register in person or online at at least three days before class. NO registrations will be taken in class. For questions, call 945-5852. Please note registration begins May 16 for

classes noted with (*) MS Word, An Introduction Instructor: Elizabeth Seaholm For anyone wanting to learn the basics of MS Word in a fun and supportive environment. Learn how to navigate your way through MS Word with ease. You’ll discover how to insert, replace and delete words; create, save and close a document, and much more. Library—Tech Room Tues, May 3 10:30am -12:30pm $32

Learn to Use Your iPad* Instructor: Elizabeth Knefel Whether you're a brand new user and don't know how to turn it on or can just do the basics and want to learn more, this class is for you. Bring you iPad to class. Library—Tech Room Mon, Wed Jun 13, 22 10-11am $65

Computers: An Introduction to Your PC* Instructor: Elizabeth Seaholm You'll gain a basic knowledge of computer terminology, how to hookup a computer, use the mouse, what the parts of a computer are and most importantly, how to start and stop it. Library—Tech Room Wed Jun 15 12:00-1:30pm $32

Internet Introduction Discovering the Web* Instructor: Elizabeth Seaholm There's a whole new world waiting at your fingertips when you can surf the web. Just come and learn the vocabulary along with the easy steps you take and you're ready to jump in and go. Library—Tech Room Sat Jun 18 10:00-11:30pm $32

Please make checks payable to “City of Walnut Creek.” Tuesday Line Dance Class Instructor: Dennis Maguire

Yoga Programs Gentle Yoga 8:45 - 10:00am

Assembly Hall, CPCC Tue. 2:00 - 3:30pm 3/22-5/31 (no class 4/12, 4/26) $7 drop-in

Chair Yoga 10:15 - 11:15am

Zumba for Beginners Zumba fuses hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow moves to create an hour of fun. Instructor: Jo Nash Assembly Hall, CPCC Mon & Wed 1:45 - 2:45pm 3/21-6/1 (no class 4/25, 4/27, 5/30) $40/10 classes; $5 drop-in

Heart Shapers Fitness and fun for men and women with low-impact exercises that include stretching, aerobics, strengthening and cool down.

Certified Instructor: Sylvia Rodriguez Assembly Hall, CPCC Mon 3-4pm; Fri 2-3pm 3/21-6/3 (no class 3/25, 4/25, 4/29, 5/30) $50/10 classes; $6 drop-in

(Cut along the dotted line)

Gentle Exercise Class This exercise class, which can be done sitting or standing, helps increase your mobility, vitality and wellbeing.

Certified Instructor: Ziv Porat, AMT Lounge, CPCC Fri.1:00 - 2:00pm 1/14-3/18 Spring session: 3/25-6/3 (no class 4/29) $7 per class ($9 non-members)

Ballroom Dancing with Barbara and Jerry Steck Two dances will be taught each week, with technique and review. No partner necessary.

Instructors: Barbara & Jerry Steck Assembly Hall, CPCC; Thurs. 2:00 - 3:30pm 3/31-5/26 (no class 4/28) $8 drop-in

This class is ideal for those who are challenged with mobility or for those looking for an alternative to the existing program. Instructor: Marcia Conroy (Please call Marcia Conroy with questions and to pre-register (925) 462-5285. Class size is limited)

Instructor: Marcia Conroy Conference Room, CPCC Thursdays 3/24-6/2 (no class 4/28) $82 members/$92 non-members; *Online registration available with credit card payment

Painters’ Workshop: Oils, Acrylics & Collage Ongoing painting class for both beginners and continuing students. Beginners follow a structured program while continuing painters work on individual projects.

Instructor: Mira M. White Social Hall, CPCC; Tue. 1:15 - 4:15pm 3/22-5/31 (no class 4/26); $115

Write Your Memoirs A Continuing Workshop Volunteer Facilitator: Bob Lewis Social Hall, CPCC; Fri.1:30 - 3:30pm 4/1-6/3 (no class 4/29) $20 members/$25 non-members, one-time fee

Bridge Class The Heart Series Class size limited, must pre-register. Instructor: Larry Miller This course covers opening leads against both suit and no trump contracts, defense and more. The Club series or equivalent experience is a prerequisite. Text for class: Defense in the 21st Century, available at class, approximately $20. Conference Room, CPCC Weds 1:30-3:30pm; 4/6-6/1 (no class 4/27) $62 members; $72 non-members (*Online registration available with credit card payment)

WCSC Connection - May Birthdays






8am-12pm Tennis @ Larkey Experienced players Ed Cohn, Volunteer Coordinator

8:20am Walking Buddies, $1 Drop-in Rolando Salazar 934-8830 & John Walkinshaw 933-8220, Volunteer Coordinators

8am-12pm Tennis @ Larkey Experienced players Ed Cohn, Volunteer Coordinator

8:20am Walking Buddies, $1 Drop-in

8am-12pm Tennis @ Larkey Experienced players Ed Cohn, Volunteer Coordinator

10am-1pm Pickle ball Club @ Tice Gym Bill Dougherty, Volunteer Coordinator Contact:

8:45am-12pm Bridge; 50¢; MP Rm For experienced players

10am-1pm Pickle ball Club @ Tice Gym Bill Dougherty, Volunteer Coordinator Contact:

12pm seating CC Café; Social Hall, pg 4

9-11am Creakers Softball League @ Heather Farm Ball Fields Terry Mason 934-2535

12:30-3:30pm Pinochle; .50¢; Drop-in; MP Rm; Carol Galas, Volunteer Coordinator

10am Bowling @ Diablo Lanes

1:45-2:45pm Zumba for Beginners; Civic Park, pg 7, Jo Nash, Instructor 3-4pm Heart Shapers; Civic Park, pg 7 Sylvia Rodriguez, Certified Instructor

12pm seating CC Café; Social Hall, pg 4 1-4pm Oils & Acrylics; Conf. Rm, pg 7 Mira White, Instructor 2-3:30pm Line Dance; AH, pg 7 Dennis McGuire, Instructor 2-4pm-Senior Peer Counseling, pg 15

8:45am Gentle Yoga; Conf. Rm, pg 4 10:15am Chair Yoga; Conf Rm, pg 4 Marcia Conroy, Instructor

9-4pm Deaf Club; Lounge 9-12:15pm Duplicate Bridge; Conf Rm Larry Miller, Coordinator

9-11am Creakers Softball League @ Heather Farm Ball Fields, Terry Mason 934-2535

9:30am-3pm Bazaar Grp; MP Rm Joan Hackett, Staff Coordinator

11am Early Bird Bingo; MP Rm

9:30am Sing-a-Long; $1Drop-In, Lounge Frank Ryken, Volunteer Coordinator

12pm seating CC Café; Social Hall, pg 4

11:30 seating CC Café; Social Hall, pg 4

12pm seating CC Café; Social Hall, pg 4

12:30-4pm Bridge Open/Drop-in; Conf Rm Open/Drop-in, for experienced players

12-4pm Marathon Bridge; MP Rm Neal Monasch, Volunteer Coordinator

12:45pm Afternoon Bingo; MP Rm

1-2pm Gentle Exercise; Conf Rm, pg 7 Ziv Porat, Certified Instructor AMT

2pm Ballroom Dance; AH, pg 7 Barbara & Jerry Steck, Instructors

Sundays 12-4pm, Bridge MP Rm Experienced players

10am-1pm Pickle ball Club @ Tice Gym Bill Dougherty, Volunteer Coordinator Contact:

9am (8:30 June, July, Aug) Cycling Club Pete Culshaw, Volunteer Coordinator Contact at

1:45-2:45pm Zumba for Beginners; Civic Park, pg 7, Jo Nash, Instructor


9:30am Snappy Cats; Assembly Hall Gloria Miller, Volunteer Coordinator

1:30-3pm Memoir Writing; Conf. Rm., pg 7 Bob Lewis, Volunteer Facilitator 1:30-4pm Friday Tea Dances; AH; $3 Drop-in; pg 3; Colin Dickie, Coordinator &DJ 2-3pm Heart Shapers; Social Hall; pg 7 Sylvia Rodriguez, Certified Instructor



1-3pm Movie No Movie in MAY—see you 8:20am Walking Buddies, Contra Costa Trail in June for “Fighter”; Lounge, pg 4 (Via Montanas to Willow Pass) 1:30pm Simple Wills, pg 15

4 9-11am Blood Pressure Screening, pg 15

5 8:20am Walking Buddies, San Pablo Reservoir

6 11am –1pm Mother’s and Father’s Day Luncheon


8 No Pancake Breakfast

11 1:00pm HICAP Counseling, pg 15

12 8:20am Walking Buddies, Dublin Open Space




19 8:20am Walking Buddies, Asilomar -

20 21 11am Friday Social Soup & Sandwich/ Dolores Mendenhall & the Sing-a-Long Chorus


26 8:20am Walking Buddies - No Walks Scheduled



10:30am MS Word, Introduction WC Library Tech Room 1:00pm Hooked on Books (Book Club), pg 4 1:30pm Investment Counseling, pg 15


16 9:30am Advisory Board Meeting, Lounge

10 8:20am Walking Buddies, Iron Horse (Stone Valley to Del Amigo)

11:00am Legal Consults, pg 15

18 17 8:20am Walking Buddies, Contra Costa Canal Trail (open) 1:30pm Investment Discussion Group, Wayne Slater, Coordinator 938-2705

23 9:00am Card Making Workshop, Conf. Rm

24 8:20am Walking Buddies, Lafayette Moraga Trail (Moraga to Canyon)

5:00pm Wine ‘n Dine - Modern China Cafe 1:00pm HICAP Counseling, pg 15 pg 4 30

31 8:20am Walking Buddies, Iron Horse Trail (Del Amigo to Paraiso)


10:00am Legal Consults, pg 15


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