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Fun & Healthy Group Events

The events page lists fun and healthy group activities and events offered by organizations other than Bay Area Older Adults. This is a great way to try new things and meet other people with similar interests.

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August through October 2015


Art&History:
    Theatre&Film  History  Art  Music  Dance  
Sciences:
    Science Museums  
Fitness:
    Yoga  Exercise  
Outdoors:
    Walks  Water  Outdoors Other  
Educational Lectures:
    Educational Lectures  

Until September 6, 2015

Event: Come see the exhibit Recycled, Up Cycled, Re Purposed Clothing Design. Fast fashion, while its economic value is powerful, pollutes the environment with toxic wastes as well as mountains of discarded clothing, and fosters unsafe and unethical manufacturing practices. This exhibit illustrates an alternative to fast fashion. It showcases a collaborative collection of clothing and accessories produced locally by six California artists, using slow fashion methodologies. Come and celebrate the work of designers and artists Darcy Fowkes, Margot Silk Forrest, Destiny Carter, Jill Pillot, Angela Elsey, and Marirose Jelicich, and enjoy their unique creations.

Location: San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: $6.50.

Contact information: Organized by San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles.

Until September 13, 2015

Event: Come see the Vern Trendade exhibit called Vistas and Dreams. Experience the visual poetry of Vern Trendade. He uses subtle variations of hues and texture juxtapose, to quietly shift the viewers moods and perspective.

Location: Triton Museum of Art in Santa Clara.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None.

Fee: Free

Contact information: Organized by Triton Museum of Art.

Until November 1, 2015

Event: Come see the exhibit Found Made. Found includes vintage quilts from Roderick Kiracofe collection as well as pieces from Julie Silber and Marjorie Childress Collections. Made includes contemporary quilts often constructed with found materials as well as contemporary art based on quilt themes. Artists include Ben Venom, Luke Haynes, Joe Cunningham, Clay Lohmann, Sabrina Gschwandtner, Sarah Nishiura, Dana Hart Stone, among others.

Location: San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: $6.50.

Contact information: Organized by San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles.

From August 15, 2015 onward

Event: Come see the exhibit Covert Operations, the first survey of a generation of artists who respond to the uncertainties of the post September 11 world. The exhibit sheds light on the complicated relationship between freedom and security, individuals and the state, fundamental extremism and democracy. The exhibit showcases artists stylistic use of technology, gaming, and computer generated imagery. It will include works by Electronic Disturbance Theater 2.0, Harun Farocki, and collaborators Anne Marie Schleiner and Luis Hernandez Galvan.

Location: San Jose Museum of Art.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: Museum admission is $5.

Contact information: Organized by San Jose Museum of Art.

From August 15, 2015 onward

Event: Come see the exhibit Maker Space to view artworks made of new materials in new ways, take a maker challenge, and rekindle your creative spark. The exhibit includes works by Clayton Bailey, Ray Beldner, Ruth Bernhard, Vik Muniz, and Gay Outlaw.

Location: San Jose Museum of Art.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: Museum admission is $5.

Contact information: Organized by San Jose Museum of Art.

Until September 13, 2015

Event: Come see the Barry Mastellar exhibit Abstractions Bridges and Echoes. The artist uses abstracted layers of color to interpret the light so that he may know more of it, and, in turn, to discover more of himself.

Location: Triton Museum of Art in Santa Clara.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None.

Fee: Free

Contact information: Organized by Triton Museum of Art.

Saturday August 15, 2015 from 9:00 AM to Noon

Event: Enjoy a moderate 2 mile hike in the beautiful redwoods while learning how to create and capture nature through journaling and using natural objects to create artistic masterpieces.

Location: Meet at Ohlone Group Area at Sanborn Park in Saratoga.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Yes, reservation is required. Please use phone number below.

Fee: $5 material fee and $6 vehicle entrance fee

Other information: Bring snacks, sun protection, water and sturdy hiking shoes.

Contact information: Organized by Santa Clara County Parks. For more information, please call 408.355.2201

Until October 26, 2015

Event: Come see a new exhibit at the museum called Executive Order 9066. Executive Order 9066 was signed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on February 19, 1942. It led to the incarceration of over 120,000 people of Japanese descent.This new exhibit explores what Japanese American life was like before Executive Order 9066, how life was forcibly disrupted by incarceration, and how people tried to recover their lives when they returned to their communities.

Location: Japanese American Museum in San Jose.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None rerquired.

Fee: $5 general admission and $3 for adults age 65 and older.

Contact information: Organized by Japanese American Museum. For more information, please call 408.294.3138 or email PublicPrograms@jamsj.org

Until November 16, 2015

Event: Nationally recognized during his time but largely forgotten in our own, painter Astley D. M. Cooper used a faux Egyptian temple as a studio, paid off bar debts with paintings, and threw the wildest parties that San Jose, California had ever seen. His landscapes, portraits, and wild western scenes aimed to both please and astonish. This exhibition explores Coopers life as well as the Bay Area bohemia out of which he first emerged.

Location: Cantor Arts Center in Palo Alto.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: Free

Contact information: Organized by Cantor Arts Center.

Until August 30, 2015

Event: Come see West Side Story a story of two idealistic young lovers find themselves caught between warring street gangs in a world of hatred, prejudice, and violence becomes one of the most breathtaking, relevant musical dramas of all time.

Location: City Lights Theatre Company in San Jose.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Tickets must be purchased through the box office. For contact information, please see below.

Fee: $12 for seniors and $18 for other adults.

Contact information: Organized by City Lights Theatre Company. For reservations, please call the box office at 408.295.4200.

Saturday August 15, 2015 from 5:30 to 8:30 PM

Event: Come enjoy a free evening music concert featuring urban jazz by Times 4.

Location: Murphy Ave in downtown Sunnyvale.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: Free

Other information: Bring a seat and/or your own food to sit out in the closed street and listen to the music. Arrive early to get a space.

Contact information: Organized by Sunnyvale Downtown Association

From August 15, 2015 onward

Event: Come see the exhibit Beta Space by artist Diana Theater. Long interested in the mysteries of the night sky and of the natural world, internationally recognized artist Diana Thater will create a dramatic new video and light installation based on her fascination with the dung beetle and its relationship to our galaxy. Larger than life moving images of the jewellike insect will float through digital animations of the Milky Way on the barrel vaulted ceiling of the museums soaring skylight gallery.

Location: San Jose Museum of Art.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: Museum admission is $5.

Contact information: Organized by San Jose Museum of Art.

Saturday August 15, 2015 from 6:00 to 9:30 PM

Event: Take a pleasantly bouncy ride to the Bat Inn where you can visit but cannot stay. Discover why these creatures are so important and then watch as thousands of bats emerge from their sleep. Bring a small chair or blanket, closed toe shoes, bug spray, layered warm clothing and flashlight.

Location: Meet at the Calero Park office off McKean Rd., south of reservoir at Calero County Park.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: $15

Other information: Bring sun protection, water, snacks and sturdy hiking shoes.

Contact information: Organized by Santa Clara County Parks. For more information, please call 408.355.2201

Sunday August 16, 2015 from 1:00 to 4:00 PM

Event: Enjoy your Sunday afternoon with a picnic and live music Don Nick and Tony Martinez under old trees with your friends and family.

Location: Cooper Garrod Winery in Saratoga.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required but arrive early for seating.

Fee: Free

Other information: No outside alcoholic beverages.

Contact information: Organized by Cooper Garrod Winery. For more information please call 408.867.7116

Tuesday August 18, 2015 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Event: Genetic Engineering Your Food. It is estimated that at least 70% of food products in U.S. retail stores contain genetically modified (GMO) ingredients. Have you ever wondered why companies like Monsanto spend billions making genetically modified crops and how they are made? This seminar covers these issues and the risks associated with genetic modification so you can make educated decisions about what you eat and whether it is important for our food to be labeled. We will discuss the Monsanto perspective, what other scientific researchers are creating and what activist groups like Greenpeace are saying and why. The information will be presented in simple terms to make it easy to understand. The lecture is presented by Ph.D. scientist who worked directly with academics and agriculture companies creating GMOs. Lunch will be served.

Location: San Jose CA 95129 near Cupertino. Detailed meeting place directions will be provided once you register.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Registration is required. Please click here . Then click the register button toward the top of the page and scroll down to lecture 8 after you complete the registration form After you register, we will send you detailed directions.

Fee: $10

Contact information: Organized by Bay Area Older Adults. For more information, please phone 408.774.0593 or email share@bayareaolderadults.org

Tuesday August 18, 2015 at 7:00 pm

Event: Ira Flatow, the host of NPRs Science Friday will led a discussion of Catalysts of Creativity, the inspirations for new ideas. From the telephone to computer mouse, from Hedy Lamarr to Radar OReilly, one does not have to be an Einstein or a Steve Jobs to be creative. Searching through inventions and patents of the last hundred years, Flatow digs out some of the more unusual, interesting and humorous sparks of imagination.

Location: The Tech Museum in San Jose.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Call about reservations.

Fee: $10 senior admission.

Contact information: Organized by The Tech Museum. For more information, please call 408.294.8324

Saturday August 19, 2015 from 5:30 to 8:30 PM

Event: Come enjoy a free evening concert featuring old school rhythm and blues dance music by Double Funk Crunch.

Location: Murphy Ave in downtown Sunnyvale.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: Free

Other information: Bring a seat and/or your own food to sit out in the closed street and listen to the music. Arrive early to get a space.

Contact information: Organized by City of Sunnyvale

Friday August 21, 2015 at 7:00 PM

Event: In 2006, vocalist Kat Parra quit her job as a graphic designer at Cisco Systems to pursue her passion for music. Since then, the award winning composer has released four critically acclaimed CDs produced by Grammy nominated Wayne Wallace, she has performed around the world and earned the designation Best Latin Jazz Vocalist of 2010 and 2008 by Latin Jazz Corner. Her latest project pays tribute to women composers of the Americas.

Location: San Pedro Square Market in San Jose.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Arrive early to get good seating.

Fee: Free.

Contact information: Organized by San Jose Jazz.

Saturday August 22, 2015 from 5:30 to 8:30 PM

Event: Come enjoy a free evening music concert featuring vocal jazz by Yvonne Flores.

Location: Murphy Ave in downtown Sunnyvale.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: Free

Other information: Bring a seat and/or your own food to sit out in the closed street and listen to the music. Arrive early to get a space.

Contact information: Organized by Sunnyvale Downtown Association

Saturday August 22, 2015 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Event: Discover some beginning fishing tips that will help make you a more successful angler. This indoor session is for beginner anglers. You will learn about basic equipment, rules and regulations, and local hot spots. No equipment necessary.

Location: Meet at the Visitor Center Rangers Office in Stevens Creek County Park in Cupertino.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Yes, reservation is required. Please use phone number below.

Fee: There is a $6 vehicle entrance fee to park your car inside the park.

Other information: Bring lunch and water.

Contact information: Organized by Santa Clara County Parks. For more information, please contact 408.867.3654

Sunday August 23, 2015 from 1:00 to 4:00 PM

Event: Enjoy your Sunday afternoon with a picnic and live music Dolce Musica under old trees with your friends and family.

Location: Cooper Garrod Winery in Saratoga.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required but arrive early for seating.

Fee: Free

Other information: No outside alcoholic beverages.

Contact information: Organized by Cooper Garrod Winery. For more information please call 408.867.7116

Saturday August 26, 2015 from 5:30 to 8:30 PM

Event: Come enjoy a free evening concert featuring the Hitman.

Location: Murphy Ave in downtown Sunnyvale.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: Free

Other information: Bring a seat and/or your own food to sit out in the closed street and listen to the music. Arrive early to get a space.

Contact information: Organized by City of Sunnyvale

Friday August 28, 2015 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM

Event: Come dance to the music of the 10th Avenue Band. Do the swing, waltzes and more. Light refreshments are served.

Location: Los Gatos Adult Recreation Center in Los Gatos.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: $5

Contact information: Organized by Los Gatos Adult Recreation. For more information, please call 408.354.1514

Friday August 28, 2015 at 7:00 PM

Event: Bay Area septet The Hitmen has been delivering high energy funk and rhythm and blues dance music with a variety of classics from the 70s by such greats as James Brown, War and the Commodores and modern day favorites. They have performed with members of Santana and Tower of Power.

Location: San Pedro Square Market in San Jose.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Arrive early to get good seating.

Fee: Free.

Contact information: Organized by San Jose Jazz.

Saturday August 29, 2015 from Noon to 2:00 PM

Event: Take an easy 2 mile hike to look for winged hunters in the sky. Learn about a raptors role in the environment and how you can become involved in the study of hawks, falcons and eagles.

Location: Meet at the equestrian parking lot in Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve in Cupertino.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: Free

Other information: Bring your field guides and binoculars, sun protection, water, snacks and sturdy hiking shoes. Eat lunch before you arrive.

Contact information: Organized by Santa Clara County Parks. For more information, please contact 408.867.9959

Saturday August 29, 2015 from 5:30 to 8:30 PM

Event: Come enjoy a free evening music concert featuring jazz and blues by Ron E Beck Soul Review.

Location: Murphy Ave in downtown Sunnyvale.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: Free

Other information: Bring a seat and/or your own food to sit out in the closed street and listen to the music. Arrive early to get a space.

Contact information: Organized by Sunnyvale Downtown Association

Sunday August 30, 2015 from 1:00 to 4:00 PM

Event: Enjoy your Sunday afternoon with a picnic and live music Hotenanny under old trees with your friends and family.

Location: Cooper Garrod Winery in Saratoga.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required but arrive early for seating.

Fee: Free

Other information: No outside alcoholic beverages.

Contact information: Organized by Cooper Garrod Winery. For more information please call 408.867.7116

Tuesdays September 1 through October 6, 2015 from 5:30 to 8:00 PM

Event: Free Better Choice, Better Health six week workshop is for anyone dealing with the challenges of living with an ongoing health condition like diabetes, lung conditions, heart disease or high cholesterol.

Location: Room 3 at the Los Gatos Adult Recreation Center in Los Gatos.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Registration is required for the entire six week workshop. Please use contact information below.

Fee: Free

Contact information: Organized by Los Gatos Adult Recreation. For more information, please call 408.961.9877 or email bcbh@healthtrust.org

Wednesday September 2, 2015 from 7:30 to 10:30 PM

Event: Join the Jazz Jam at the Hedley, led by drummer Stephen Marley. If you are a musician, bring your instrument and get in the groove. If you are not a musician, sneak in to witness the Jazz artists jamming the night away.

Location: Hotel De Anza’s Hedley Club in San Jose
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Arrive early to get good seating.

Fee: Free.

Contact information: Organized by San Jose Jazz.

September 3 through September 27, 2015

Event: Come see Dead Mans Cell Phone by Sarah Ruhl. An incessantly ringing cell phone in a quiet cafe. A stranger at the next table who has had enough. And a dead man with a lot of loose ends. So begins Dead Mans Cell Phone, a surrealistic comedy that confronts our assumptions about morality, redemption, and the need to connect in a technologically obsessed world.

Location: the Bus Barn Theater in Los Altos.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Tickets must be purchased. See box office contact information below.

Fee: $18 to $36 per ticket.

Contact information: Organized by Los Altos Stage Company. For the box office please call 650.941.0551 or email boxoffice@losaltosstage.org

Friday September 4, 2015 form 7:30 to 11:00 PM

Event: Enjoy a movie under the stars with family and friends. Meet on the Sandy Wool lawn for a short film about County Parks and then a family-friendly free feature movie on a big screen. Food vendors will be on location.

Location: Meet at the Sandy Wool lawn by the lake at Ed Levin Park in Milpitas.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: There is a $6 vehicle entrance fee to park your car inside the park.

Other information: Bring a flashlight, low lawn chair or blanket and warm clothes.

Contact information: Organized by Santa Clara County Parks. For more information, please contact 408.262.6980

Saturday September 5, 2015 form 8:00 to 9:30 PM

Event: Meet on the lawn and enjoy a night under the stars with family and friends. Watch a short film about County Parks followed by the movie, The Lorax, for free on a giant blow-up screen.

Location: Meet at Martial Cottle Park in San Jose.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: None

Other information: Bring a flashlight, low lawn chair or blanket and warm clothes.

Contact information: Organized by Santa Clara County Parks. For more information, please contact 408.535.4060

Sunday September 6, 2015 from 1:00 to 4:00 PM

Event: Enjoy your Sunday afternoon with a picnic and live music of Isi and Cold Truth under old trees with your friends and family.

Location: Cooper Garrod Winery in Saratoga.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required but arrive early for seating.

Fee: Free

Other information: No outside alcoholic beverages.

Contact information: Organized by Cooper Garrod Winery. For more information please call 408.867.7116

Sunday September 6 onward from 11:00 AM to 4:30 PM

Event: Come see the newest exhibit at History Park called The Wireless Age that includes Electronics Entrepreneurs Before Silicon Valley from 1900 to 1960. Learn about engineers and inventors who brought us wireless communication, aeronautical radio, broadcast radio and television, sound recording, surveillance equipment, and even an analog computer.

Location: Arbuckle Gallery at the Pacific Hotel at History Park in San Jose.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None rerquired.

Fee: $6 for parking.

Contact information: Organized by History Park. For more information, please call 408.287.2290.

Sunday September 6, 2015 from 9:00 to 10:00 AM

Event: Spend an hour doing gentle Hatha yoga in the park including postures, breathing techniques, relaxation techniques and meditation. Through conscious breathing the body becomes revitalized and rejuvenated. The gentle stretches help the body to let go of any tension. The class is designed for adults of all levels.

Location: Meet at the Vasona Vibrations Lawn just down the hill from the pedestrian entrance at University Ave and Pepper Tree Lane at Vasona Lake County Park in Los Gatos.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Yes, reservation is required. Please use phone number below.

Fee: There is a $6 vehicle entrance fee to park your car inside the park.

Other information: Bring your own yoga mat and water. A light snack 30 minutes before the class is okay.

Contact information: Organized by Santa Clara County Parks. For more information, please contact 408.355.2201

Tuesday September 8, 2015 from 10:00 to 11:30 AM

Event: Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the United States today. The Federal Trade Commission estimates that as many as 10 million Americans have had their identities stolen each year. This seminar will teach you about different types of identity theft such as tax, Medicare and credit card fraud, in addition to crime prevention tips and what to do if you become a victim. Our speaker is an Identity Theft Advocate and Educator who has presented throughout the Bay Area. Light refreshments will be served.

Location: San Jose CA 95133. Detailed directions to the seminar location will be provided once you register.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Registration is required. Please click here . Then click the register button toward the top of the page and scroll down to lecture 9 after you complete the registration form After you register, we will send you detailed directions.

Fee: $10

Contact information: Organized by Bay Area Older Adults. For more information, please phone 408.774.0593 or email share@bayareaolderadults.org

From September 9, 2015 onward

Event: These companion exhibitions visually pair great American artists Richard Diebenkorn and Edward Hopper, in celebration of the Cantor Arts Centers recent acquisitions of 29 sketchbooks kept by Diebenkorn throughout his career as well as Hoppers seminal painting New York Corner, considered the first work made in his representative style.

Location: Cantor Arts Center in Palo Alto.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None rerquired.

Fee: Free

Contact information: Organized by Cantor Arts Center.

Friday September 11, 2015 from 4:30 to 6:00 PM

Event: Come see The Desert Delight Belly Dancing Troupe.

Location: Los Gatos Adult Recreation Center in Los Gatos.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: Donation appreciated

Contact information: Organized by Los Gatos Adult Recreation. For more information, please call 408.354.1514

Saturday September 12, 2015 from 10:00 AM to Noon

Event: Learn how to grow a wide variety of vegetables in the winter with a UCCE Master Gardener. Examples include broccoli, kale, peas, lettuce, and many more. You will receive hands on experience sowing seeds and transplanting seedlings and will take home a flat of seedlings for your winter garden.

Location: Guadalupe River Park Conservancy Visitor and Education Center in San Jose.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Yes, reservation is required. Please use phone number below.

Fee: $25 nonmembers and $20 members

Contact information: Organized by Master Gardeners of Santa Clara County. To register and for more information, please call 408.298.7657

Saturday September 12, 2015 from Noon to 3:00 PM

Event: Boating 101 class will teach you the types of equipment that is required and how to stay safe. Park Rangers and Coast Guard Auxiliary members will be on hand to answer questions and provide voluntary safety inspections.

Location: Meet at the Coyote Lake launch ramp parking lot in Coyote Lake Harvey Bear Ranch County Park in Gilroy.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: There is a $6 vehicle entrance fee

Other information: Bringsun protection, water, snacks and comfortable shoes.

Contact information: Organized by Santa Clara County Parks. For more information, please contact 408.842.7800

Saturday September 12, 2015 from Noon to 4:00 PM

Event: In celebration of the 125th anniversary of Japantown San Jose, the Japanese American Museum will be hosting an open house with free admission and featuring Living Museum Tours. Call them for more details.

Location: Japanese American Museum in San Jose.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None rerquired.

Fee: Free

Contact information: Organized by Japanese American Museum. For more information, please call 408.294.3138 or email PublicPrograms@jamsj.org

Saturday September 12, 2015 from 9:00 to 10:30 AM

Event: Enjoy a quiet walk along the stream bank while you explore the wonders of Coyote Creek. Discover abundant life along the creek channel under a shady canopy of water loving trees. Topics range from Native American presence to early cultivation of vineyards and orchards.

Location: Meet at the visitor center at Anderson Lake County Park in Morgan Hill.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: There is a $6 vehicle entrance fee to park your car inside the park.

Other information: Bring sun protection, water, snacks and wear sturdy hiking shoes. Binoculars are recommended.

Contact information: Organized by Santa Clara County Parks. For more information, please contact 408.234.6377

From September 12 to November 1, 2015

Event: View an illuminating exhibit that affirms how art enables incarcerated men and women in Santa Clara County to tap into their humanity, their spirit and their gifts. Workshops conducted by volunteers, under the auspices of Correctional Institutions Chaplaincy Ministries at Elmwood Correctional Facility in Milpitas, California, provide an opportunity for the inmates to create unique and visually stunning, reflective, and thought provoking works that can touch the very soul of the viewer.

Location: San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: $6.50.

Contact information: Organized by San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles.

Sunday September13 from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Event: Join others for the 15th Annual Antique Autos in History Park presented by the Santa Clara Valley Model T Ford Club and History San Jose. On exhibit are 200 antique autos, fire equipment, bicycles and motorcycles of all makes and models from the late 1800s to 1945.

Location: History Park in San Jose.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None rerquired.

Fee: $5 per person entrance fee and $6 for parking.

Contact information: Organized by History Park. For more information, please call Allan Greenberg at 408.997.0879 or email allang@pacbell.net

Sunday September 13, 2015 from 9:00 AM to Noon

Event: Spend the morning on a strenuous 5 mile hike discovering what Uvas Canyon has to offer. Dogs are welcome but must be fit and well behaved.

Location: Meet in the day use parking lot at Uvas Canyon County Park in Morgan Hill.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None

Fee: $6

Other information: Bring snacks, sun protection, water and sturdy hiking shoes.

Contact information: Organized by Santa Clara County Parks. For more information, please call 408.842.2341

Sunday September 13, 2015 from 1:00 to 4:00 PM

Event: Enjoy your Sunday afternoon with a picnic and live music of Danielle Taylor under old trees with your friends and family.

Location: Cooper Garrod Winery in Saratoga.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required but arrive early for seating.

Fee: Free

Other information: No outside alcoholic beverages.

Contact information: Organized by Cooper Garrod Winery. For more information please call 408.867.7116

Monday September 14, 2015 from 3:00 to 4:30 PM

Event: Take a docent led tour of the New Museum of Los Gatos.

Location: Meet at the Los Gatos Adult Recreation Center in Los Gatos.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Registration is required and space is limited. Please use contact information below.

Fee: Free

Contact information: Organized by Los Gatos Adult Recreation. For more information, please call 408.354.1514

Wednesday September 16, 2015 from 7:30 to 10:30 PM

Event: Join the Jazz Jam at the Hedley, led by drummer Stephen Marley. If you are a musician, bring your instrument and get in the groove. If you are not a musician, sneak in to witness the Jazz artists jamming the night away.

Location: Hotel De Anza’s Hedley Club in San Jose
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Arrive early to get good seating.

Fee: Free.

Contact information: Organized by San Jose Jazz.

Thursday September 17, 2015 at 7:00 PM

Event: John Hollar will be in conversation with Medium CEO and the editor in chief. Medium is an online platform that was launched in 2012 as a platform for writers. It is a place to read, write, and interact with millions of ideas and stories from around the world. They will discuss how will this platform will influence the future of journalism among other topics.

Location: Computer History Museum in Mountain View.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Registration required using the contact information below.

Fee: Free

Contact information: Organized by Computer History Museum. To register, please phone: 650.810.1010.

Saturday September 19, 2015 from 9:00 to 11:00 AM

Event: Enjoy a leisurely walk along the paved Coyote Creek Trail. Discover the many different animals that live in or near the creek habitat. Meet live snakes and feel the real animal fur of raccoons, bobcats, foxes and rabbits.

Location: Meet at the park office for Hellyer County Park in San Jose
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Yes, reservation is required. Please use phone number below.

Fee: $6

Other information: Bring snacks, sun protection, water and sturdy hiking shoes.

Contact information: Organized by Santa Clara County Parks. For more information, please call 408.225.0225

Sunday September 20, 2015 from 1:00 to 4:00 PM

Event: Enjoy your Sunday afternoon with a picnic and live music of Trevor and Friends under old trees with your friends and family.

Location: Cooper Garrod Winery in Saratoga.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required but arrive early for seating.

Fee: Free

Other information: No outside alcoholic beverages.

Contact information: Organized by Cooper Garrod Winery. For more information please call 408.867.7116

Sunday September 20, 2015 from 12:30 to 3:00 PM

Event: Take a leisurely walk and search for glimpses of hawks, falcons and golden eagles that soar the skies. Find out why they fly like they do and what helps them thrive in this area.

Location: Meet at the dog park at Ed Levin Park in Milpitas.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: There is a $6 vehicle entrance fee to park your car inside the park.

Other information: Eat lunch beforehand and bring sun protection, water, sturdy hiking shoes and binoculars.

Contact information: Organized by Santa Clara County Parks. For more information, please contact 408.262.6980

Sunday September 20, 2015 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Event: Enjoy remnants of the historic mining camps of New Almaden on this 5 mile hike through diverse habitats and great views.

Location: Meet at the Hacienda Park entrance to Almaden Quicksilver County Park in San Jose.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None

Fee: Free

Other information: Bring snacks, sun protection, water and sturdy hiking shoes.

Contact information: Organized by Santa Clara County Parks. For more information, please call 831.600.6625

Tuesday September 22, 2015 from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM

Event: Bring your friends and family and learn about four upcoming trips in this FREE seminar about Historic and Cultural Cities of Italy, Irelands Natural Beauty and Rich History, Icelands Natural Wonders and History and the Historic Cities of America. Coffee and water will be served.

Location: San Jose CA 95133. Detailed directions to the seminar location will be provided once you register.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Registration is required. Please click here . Then click the register button toward the top of the page and scroll down to lecture 14 after you complete the registration form After you register, we will send you detailed directions.

Fee: Free.

Contact information: Organized by Bay Area Older Adults. For more information, please phone 408.774.0593 or email share@bayareaolderadults.org

Tuesday September 22, 2015 at 7:00 PM

Event: Jane McGonigal author and game designer is in conversation with NPRs Laura Sydell. She will talk about the ways we can harness the power of games to improve our lives. It is an enlightening and inspirational conversation about how a severe concussion inspired a digital game called SuperBetter that is now used in a major research study with the National Institutes of Health with more than 400,000 people who played SuperBetter have gotten healthier and happier.

Location: Computer History Museum in Mountain View.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Registration required using the contact information below.

Fee: Free

Contact information: Organized by Computer History Museum. To register, please phone: 650.810.1010.

Thursday September 24, 2015 at 7:00 PM

Event: Join MITs Cynthia Breazeal and Microsoft Research Eric Horvitz, two leaders in the field of artificial intelligence, for a conversation exploring and updating us on the challenge and promise of artificial intelligence.

Location: Computer History Museum in Mountain View.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Registration required using the contact information below.

Fee: Free

Contact information: Organized by Computer History Museum. To register, please phone: 650.810.1010.

Friday September 25, 2015 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM

Event: Singles or couples come hear and dance to the tunes of the 10th Ave. Band.

Location: Los Gatos Adult Recreation Center in Los Gatos.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: $5

Contact information: Organized by Los Gatos Adult Recreation. For more information, please call 408.354.1514

Sunday September 27, 2015 from 1:00 to 4:00 PM

Event: Enjoy your Sunday afternoon with a picnic and live music of Johnny Reason under old trees with your friends and family.

Location: Cooper Garrod Winery in Saratoga.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required but arrive early for seating.

Fee: Free

Other information: No outside alcoholic beverages.

Contact information: Organized by Cooper Garrod Winery. For more information please call 408.867.7116

Sunday September 27, 2015 from 10:30 AM to Noon

Event: Join the Black Mountain Bowmen and learn how to shoot a compound or recurve bow, fletch arrows and make a bow string. A mandatory safety class will be given prior to shooting a bow. Equipment is provided.

Location: Meet at the archery range on Avenida Espana at Santa Teresa County Park in San Jose.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Yes, reservation is required. Please use phone number below.

Fee: There is a $6 vehicle entrance fee to park your car inside the park.

Contact information: Organized by Santa Clara County Parks. For more information, please contact 408.355.2201

From October 3, 2015 onward

Event: View a collection of ceramic sculptures that are wildly inventive expressions of the human figure ranging from earthy abstractions to larger than life busts and whimsical characters.

Location: San Jose Museum of Art.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: Museum admission is $5.

Contact information: Organized by San Jose Museum of Art.

Saturday October 3, 2015 form 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Event: Come celebrate the legacy and significance of our rich agricultural heritage in Santa Clara Valley at this fun day on the farm. Family friendly activities, healthy food and fresh produce for sale, music and much more.

Location: Martial Cottle Park in San Jose.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: None

Contact information: Organized by Santa Clara County Parks. For more information, please contact 408.535.4060

Sunday October 4, 2015 from 1:00 to 4:00 PM

Event: Enjoy your Sunday afternoon with a picnic and live music of Acoustic Madness under old trees with your friends and family.

Location: Cooper Garrod Winery in Saratoga.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required but arrive early for seating.

Fee: Free

Other information: No outside alcoholic beverages.

Contact information: Organized by Cooper Garrod Winery. For more information please call 408.867.7116

Sunday October 4, 2015 from 9:00 to 10:00 AM

Event: Spend an hour doing gentle Hatha yoga in the park including postures, breathing techniques, relaxation techniques and meditation. Through conscious breathing the body becomes revitalized and rejuvenated. The gentle stretches help the body to let go of any tension. The class is designed for adults of all levels.

Location: Meet at the Vasona Vibrations Lawn just down the hill from the pedestrian entrance at University Ave and Pepper Tree Lane at Vasona Lake County Park in Los Gatos.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Yes, reservation is required. Please use phone number below.

Fee: There is a $6 vehicle entrance fee to park your car inside the park.

Other information: Bring your own yoga mat and water. A light snack 30 minutes before the class is okay.

Contact information: Organized by Santa Clara County Parks. For more information, please contact 408.355.2201

Friday October 9, 2015 from 4:30 to 6:00 PM

Event: Come hear comedian Richard Stockton doing his Planet Of The Boomer Show. Guaranteed lots of G rated laughter and music.

Location: Los Gatos Adult Recreation Center in Los Gatos.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: Donation appreciated

Contact information: Organized by Los Gatos Adult Recreation. For more information, please call 408.354.1514

Saturday October 10, 2015 from 1:00 to 4:00 PM

Event: Learn about rock walls first by viewing a documentary about them, then head up the mountain to see them. At the top of Monument Peak, you will see beautiful views and perhaps solve the mystery of the rock walls.

Location: Meet at the park office at Ed Levin Park in Milpitas.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Yes, reservation is required. Please use phone number below.

Fee: There is a $15 per person fee for the tour and $6 vehicle entrance fee to park your car inside the park.

Contact information: Organized by Santa Clara County Parks. For more information, please contact 408.262.6980

Sunday October 11, 2015 from 1:00 to 4:00 PM

Event: Enjoy your Sunday afternoon with a picnic and live music of PS Duo under old trees with your friends and family.

Location: Cooper Garrod Winery in Saratoga.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required but arrive early for seating.

Fee: Free

Other information: No outside alcoholic beverages.

Contact information: Organized by Cooper Garrod Winery. For more information please call 408.867.7116

Sunday October 11, 2015 from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Event: Join in a multicultural celebration that brings people together to enjoy activities rich in diversity and talent, and abundant in ethnic expression. Free parking and shuttle from George Mayne Elementary School.

Location: Meet at the parking lot at Alviso Marina County Park in Alviso.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: Free

Other information: Bring sun protection and water.

Contact information: Organized by Santa Clara County Parks. For more information, please contact 408. 299.5030

Wednesday, October 14, 2015 from 10:00 AM to 2:30 PM

Event: Enjoy a four mile strenuous hike on sunny fire roads and shady forested single track trails past sandstone boulders, meadows, wildflowers, Oak trees and Bay Laurels. We will travel the Mummy Mountain Trail that climbs up 500 feet to the highest point in the park and offers panoramic views of the area. During our travels, we learn about Oak woodlands and serpentine soils. Our descent on Coyote Ridge Trail affords views of the Coyote Lake, Gilroy and San Martin. We stop for a picnic lunch by Coyote Lake before the leisurely walk back.

Location: Harvey Bear Coyote Lake Park in Gilroy. Detailed meeting place directions will be provided once you register.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Registration is required. Please click here . Then click the register button toward the top of the page and scroll down to hike 17 after you complete the registration form After you register, we will send you detailed directions.

Fee: $15 for one hike. Discount for more.

Contact information: Organized by Bay Area Older Adults. For more information, please phone 408.774.0593 or email share@bayareaolderadults.org

Saturday October 17, 2015 from 8:45 AM to Noon

Event: Take a beginner geocaching adventure to find six hidden caches in the park. GPS units are provided.

Location: Meet at the Wood Road entrance off of Hickes Road to Almaden Quicksilver County Park in San Jose.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None

Fee: Free

Other information: Bring snacks, sun protection, water and sturdy hiking shoes.

Contact information: Organized by Santa Clara County Parks. For more information, please call 408.355.2201

Sunday October 18, 2015 from 1:00 to 4:00 PM

Event: Enjoy your Sunday afternoon with a picnic and live music of Maneck under old trees with your friends and family.

Location: Cooper Garrod Winery in Saratoga.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required but arrive early for seating.

Fee: Free

Other information: No outside alcoholic beverages.

Contact information: Organized by Cooper Garrod Winery. For more information please call 408.867.7116

Sunday October 18, 2015 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Event: Enjoy magnificent views as we meander through fields and oak woodlands above Calero Reservoir. Find tranquility in the scenery and opportunities for birding and experiencing the beauty and peace of nature. Hike may be 5 to 8 miles depending on the group.

Location: Meet at the Calero Park office off McKean Rd., south of reservoir at Calero County Park.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None

Fee: Free

Other information: Bring snacks, sun protection, water and sturdy hiking shoes.

Contact information: Organized by Santa Clara County Parks. For more information, please call 831.600.6625

Tuesday October 20, 2015 from 1:00 to 2:30 PM

Event: The aging process should be a simple, joyful journey. Dr. Ayati will explain how to reach this goal based on his research with the aging population. This lecture is called Try to Die Young As Late As Possible.

Location: Room E 104 at the Oshman Family JCC in Palo Alto.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Tickets must be purchased.

Fee: $15

Contact information: Organized by Oshman Family JCC. For more information and to RSVP , please contact Michelle Rosengaus by phone at 650.223.8616 or email mrosengaus@paloaltojcc.org

Thursday October 22, 2015 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Event: According to the FDA in 2013, more than 1.3 million people experienced harmful side effects from prescription and over the counter drugs. This resulted in more than 100,000 deaths. Using real examples, this seminar will teach you how medications are processed by your body and why this processing can result in side effects that range from nausea and muscle aches to liver damage and heart problems. We will also review how drugs are tested for side effects, diagnostics that can be used to determine whether you may have problems processing drugs and useful resources for finding drug drug interactions and common drug side effects. The information will be presented in simple terms to make it easy to understand. The seminar is presented by a scientist with many years of experience in developing drugs in academia and pharmaceutical companies. Lunch will be served.

Location: San Jose CA 95133. Detailed directions to the seminar location will be provided once you register.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Registration is required. Please click here . Then click the register button toward the top of the page and scroll down to lecture 10 after you complete the registration form After you register, we will send you detailed directions.

Fee: $10

Contact information: Organized by Bay Area Older Adults. For more information, please phone 408.774.0593 or email share@bayareaolderadults.org

Friday October 23, 2015 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM

Event: Singles or couples come hear and dance to the tunes of the 10th Ave. Band.

Location: Los Gatos Adult Recreation Center in Los Gatos.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required.

Fee: $5

Contact information: Organized by Los Gatos Adult Recreation. For more information, please call 408.354.1514

Saturday October 24, 2015 from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Event: Visit Casa Grande, once the magnificent home of New Almaden mine managers. Costumed docents and staff will guide you through Victorian period rooms and museum exhibits between the hours shown above. Children may participate in a seasonal craft activity to take home.

Location: Casa Grande Quicksilver Mining Museum in San Jose.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None.

Fee: Free

Contact information: Organized by Santa Clara County Parks. For more information, please call 408.918.7770

Sunday October 25, 2015 from 4:00 to 4:45 PM

Event: Experience a fun filled show with Jeff Sanford Cartoon Jazz Septet performing the music of Raymond Scott, Jelly Roll Morton, John Kirby and Lenny Carlson accompanied by silent films, cartoons, dance and magic.

Location: Schultz Cultural Arts Hall at the Oshman Family JCC in Palo Alto.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Tickets must be purchased.

Fee: $18

Contact information: Organized by Oshman Family JCC. For more information, please phone Ronit Widmann Levy at 650.223.8613 or email rwlevy@paloaltojcc.org

Sunday October 25, 2015 from 1:00 to 3:00 PM

Event: Learn about the history of the Almaden Air Force Station, see key artifacts and enjoy a slide show of amazing historic photos of the radar station when it was in operation between 1958 and 1980. Presented by Basim Jaber, an historian and archivist and founder of the USAF 682nd Radar Squadron Veterans Association. Due to limited space RSVP is required using phone number below.

Location: Casa Grande Quicksilver Mining Museum in San Jose.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None.

Fee: Free

Contact information: Organized by Santa Clara County Parks. For more information, please call 408.533.8107

Sunday October 25, 2015 from 1:00 to 4:00 PM

Event: Enjoy your Sunday afternoon with a picnic and live music of Jimmy Dewrance Bon Temp Trio under old trees with your friends and family.

Location: Cooper Garrod Winery in Saratoga.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: None required but arrive early for seating.

Fee: Free

Other information: No outside alcoholic beverages.

Contact information: Organized by Cooper Garrod Winery. For more information please call 408.867.7116

Tuesday October 27, 2015 from Noon to 1:30 PM

Event: Enjoy the hot rhythms of the VNote Ensemble playing Carnival music across the Americas, from Venezuela to Brazil and Trinidad to the United States. The VNote Ensemble is hailed for its spirited performances and its fascinating fusion of Latin and folk rhythms with adventurous jazz explorations.

Location: Schultz Cultural Arts Hall at the Oshman Family JCC in Palo Alto.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Tickets must be purchased. Use information provided below to RSVP by October 25 to get early admission.

Fee: $20 includes buffet lunch.

Contact information: Organized by Oshman Family JCC. For more information and to RSVP , please contact Michelle Rosengaus by phone at 650.223.8616 or email mrosengaus@paloaltojcc.org

Wednesday, October 28, 2015 from 10:00 AM to 2:30 PM

Event: Enjoy a four mile strenuous hike on sunny fire roads and shady forested single track trails past sandstone boulders, meadows, wildflowers, Oak trees and Bay Laurels. We will travel the Mummy Mountain Trail that climbs up 500 feet to the highest point in the park and offers panoramic views of the area. During our travels, we learn about Oak woodlands and serpentine soils. Our descent on Coyote Ridge Trail affords views of the Coyote Lake, Gilroy and San Martin. We stop for a picnic lunch by Coyote Lake before the leisurely walk back.

Location: Harvey Bear Coyote Lake Park in Gilroy. Detailed meeting place directions will be provided once you register.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Registration is required. Please click here . Then click the register button toward the top of the page and scroll down to hike 18 after you complete the registration form After you register, we will send you detailed directions.

Fee: $15 for one hike. Discount for more.

Contact information: Organized by Bay Area Older Adults. For more information, please phone 408.774.0593 or email share@bayareaolderadults.org

Tuesday November 2, 2015 from 10:30 AM to 2:00 PM

Event: Wine Tasting, Tour, Lunch and Stroll. Bring your friends and family and join us for an exquisite tour, tasting, picnic and stroll in support Bay Area Older Adults programs for next year! We will tour Savannah Chanelle, a Santa Cruz Mountain vineyard that was originally purchased by Frenchman Jean Narcisse Aubry in 1852 after being forced to flee France following the 1852 coup d etat. During our tour, we learn about the history of the winery including the effect of The National Prohibition Act that nearly wiped out the wine industry. The estate was later purchased by Mike and Kellie Ballard who renamed the winery after their two daughters, Savannah and Chanel. As we walk around this sunny 58 acre hilltop winery, we taste and learn about the vineyards focus on Burgundy varietals such as Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, which has won many state and international awards. After our tour and tasting, we relax with a picnic lunch next to the Zinfandel vines with a sweeping view of the Santa Clara Valley. After lunch, we will take a short walk to the historic old Pourroy Ranch, where the winery originated back in the 1800s. There are only 25 spots for this event, so register early!

Location: Saratoga CA 95070. Carpooling will be available from Saratoga Library.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Registration is required. Please click here . Then click the register button toward the top of the page and scroll down to event 13 after you complete the registration form After you register, we will send you detailed directions.

Fee: $50 for members and $65 for nonmembers

Other information: For lunch, you will have a choice of salad, sandwich or wrap - menu available after registration. Wear casual clothes and comfortable shoes for walking around the Estate.

Contact information: Organized by Bay Area Older Adults. For more information, please phone 408.774.0593 or email share@bayareaolderadults.org

Thursday November 5, 2015 from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM

Event: Bring your friends and family and learn for a FREE seminar about travel to the Majestic Peaks of the Canadian Rockies and Glacier National Park, the Enchanting Lands of Croatia and Slovenia, Five National Parks and Other Remarkable Sights in America and Americas Music Cities. Coffee and water will be served.

Location: San Jose CA 95129 near Cupertino. Detailed meeting place directions will be provided once you register.
For directions, facilities, fees, contact information, a map and other important information click here

Reservations: Registration is required. Please click here . Then click the register button toward the top of the page and scroll down to lecture 15 after you complete the registration form After you register, we will send you detailed directions.

Fee: Free.

Contact information: Organized by Bay Area Older Adults. For more information, please phone 408.774.0593 or email share@bayareaolderadults.org