Irvine Senior Connection - Spring 2023

Spring 2023

Activity & Resource Guide

Find Your Balance Discover fitness tips to reduce fall risk. See Page 23.

Events Visit the Senior Services Open House. See Page 4. Classes The Spring into Health Fitness Challenge begins! See Page 17.

IRVINE CITY COUNCIL Mayor Farrah N. Khan Vice Mayor Tammy Kim

Councilmember Larry Agran Councilmember Mike Carroll Councilmember Kathleen Treseder, PhD City Manager Oliver C. Chi 1 Civic Center Plaza


The Irvine Senior Citizens Council serves as an advisory body to the City Council on matters pertaining to older adults. Bill Sandlin , Chair Rachel Owens , Vice Chair 714-396-6531 Amal Baradehi

Greta Jacobs 949-552-7433 Patti Ragland Myung Suh

For information regarding the Irvine Senior Citizens Council, please contact: Sandra Salcedo Community Services Superintendent 949-724-6356 |

Exploring Our World | May 3 Lakeview Senior Center See Page 4.


Dear Friends, Irvine Senior Services has some wonderful programs and events scheduled this spring! Mark your calendars for the Senior Services Open House on April 27, and Exploring Our World on May 3 (see Page 4). Be sure to sign-up for the Spring Into Health Fitness Challenge beginning May 1, where the more you exercise, the more opportunities you have to win prizes (see Page 17). We are also excited to announce the return of the Billiards Tournament on June 7 (see Page 11). You can learn more about these events and programs in this issue of Irvine Senior Connection . April is National Volunteer Month, and we take this opportunity to thank the more than 315 individuals who share their time and talents to serve the Irvine senior community. In 2022, our volunteers contrib- uted more than 10,700 hours in various areas, such as preparing and serving meals in the Rose Garden Café, delivering meals to homebound seniors, and teaching interactive classes virtually and in person. Please join us in celebrating National Volunteer Month by express- ing gratitude for their continued service. For more information on our programs and services, visit one of our three senior centers or .

FEATURED ARTICLE ........... 23 EVENTS ..................................... 4 CLASSES & ACTIVITIES Cooking & Culinary . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Crafts & Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Dance, Music & Drama . . . . . . . . 6 Educational . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Health & Fitness ............. 13 Activities At a Glance . . . . . 18–19 Social & Recreational ......... 22 Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 SUPPORT SERVICES Assistance Programs . . . . . . . . . 27 Nutrition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Support Groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 ORGANIZATIONS ................ 32 REGISTRATION & CONTACTS Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35

Sincerely yours, Sandra L. Salcedo Interim Community Services Manager

Connect with the City of Irvine on social media at .

Events Visit for more information.

Senior Services Open House Thursday, April 27 Rancho Senior Center | 9:30–11 a.m. Lakeview Senior Center | 12:30–2 p.m. Trabuco Center | 4–5:30 p.m. Free

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Join us at all three senior centers for an Open House showcasing senior programs and facilities. You will have a chance to sample programs, hear about the services offered, and learn about the many resources available to seniors in the community. More info: or 949-724-6900. Exploring Our World Wednesday, May 3 | 1–3 p.m. Lakeview Senior Center | $7 Celebrate social oneness as we explore different cultures. Learn new phrases, sample traditional food, and enjoy live performances. More info: 949-724-6900. Holiday Closure Due to Volunteer Recognition, the Lakeview Senior Center will be closed Friday, April 21. In observance of Memorial Day and Juneteenth, Lakeview and Rancho senior centers and Trabuco Center will be closed May 29 and June 19.

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ACME Art Classes to Boost Your Brain

Making art exercises the brain as a defense against cognitive decline. Each art class of this four–week program exercises a specific area of the aging brain. The Chuck Jones characters — such as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and more — adds to the fun! Inst: Chuck Jones Center for Creativity. Ages 50+. Tu Apr 4 11am–12:30pm LSC Free Demo #80493 Tu Apr 11–May 2 11am–12:30pm LSC $80 #76698 W Apr 12–May 3 10:30am–Noon RSC $80 #76842 Tu May 9–May 30 11am–12:30pm LSC $80 #76712 W May 17–Jun 7 10:30am–Noon TRA $80 #76843 Brush Painting Learn about traditional brush painting methods while practicing your technique. Presented by Irvine Evergreen Chinese Senior Association. $10 weekly supply fee paid to the instructor. Ages 50+. Presented in English & Mandarin 華語講解 Th Apr 6–Jun 29 3pm–5pm LSC $10/wk #76690

Cooking the Easy Way This hands-on class will teach you to cook a vari- ety of delicious foods that you get to taste. Then, enjoy a lecture on topics including food prepara- tion and storage, how to read labels, and more. Inst: Sharon Goldwasser. Ages 50+. Vegetable Quiche & Cranberry-Orange Scones F Apr 7 2pm–5pm LSC $25 #76552 Bean & Cheese Burritos, Spanish Rice, Salsa & Guacamole F May 5 2pm–5pm LSC $25 #76553 Rolled Pinwheel Sandwiches & Fresh Fruit F Jun 2 2pm–5pm LSC $25 #76554


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Calligraphy This program will teach seniors about writing, language, and art in a class that welcomes partici- pants from all cultural backgrounds. Presented by Irvine Evergreen Chinese Senior Association. $10 weekly supply fee paid to the instructor. Ages 50+. *No class 5/29, 6/19. Presented in English & Mandarin 華語講解 M Apr 3–Jun 26* 1:30pm–3pm LSC $10/wk #76691 Floral Design


Acoustic Slow Jam Session Bring your acoustic instruments and play along while learning traditional songs from folk, bluegrass, and country genres. Open to all levels who are able to play chords and tune their instrument; instruction not available. Ages 50+. W Apr 5–Jun 28 2:15pm–3:15pm TRA Free #77177

Learn to make creative, fresh flower arrangements that will amaze your friends and fam- ily. Bring your own clippers/ scissors. Supply fee: $20 per week. Call 949-724-6817 for registration after the first class meeting. Inst: Kathe Hayden. Ages 50+. *No class 4/18, 4/25, 5/23. Tu Apr 4–Jun 20* 9am–10:30am

TRA $135 #77093

International Crafters Crafters create scarves, blankets, hats, and other handcrafted items. Ages 50+. Knitting Tu Apr 4–Jun 27 9am–Noon LSC Free #76747 Sewing Tu Apr 4–Jun 27 1pm–3pm LSC Free #76748 Paint & Create Join us for creativity and socialization as you are led through an instructed art class. Supplies will be provided. Ages 50+. Tu May 23 9am–11am TRA $10 #77705 Picturesque Portraits Enjoy conversation with a local artist while getting a unique portrait drawn of yourself that you can take home. Ages 50+. *No class 6/8. 2nd Thursdays* 3pm–4:30pm LSC Free #78424

Ballroom Dance Instruction Learn basic ballroom dance technique such as lead- ing and following, proper position, and footwork. A single dance will be taught each session, allowing you to thoroughly learn the steps and proper form. All levels welcome, no partner necessary. Ages 50+. Waltz F May 12–Jun 2 1:30pm–2:30pm RSC Free #79502 Chorus Group Join us each week for a fun sing-along and music program presented in Mandarin. Presented by Irvine Evergreen Chinese Senior Association. Ages 50+. Presented in Mandarin 華語講解 Th Apr 6–Jun 29 2:30pm–4pm LSC Free #76692


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Go-Go Dance Practice Engage in a light cardio workout while learning new dance moves. No experience necessary. Presented by Irvine Evergreen Chinese Senior Association. Ages 50+. Presented in Mandarin 華語講解 Tu Apr 4–Jun 27 2pm–3:30pm LSC Free #76711 Guitar for Seniors Enjoy learning how to play classic rock songs in a fun group atmosphere. Join the Beginners class to learn guitar basics or sharpen your skills in the Advanced class. Participants must bring their own acoustic guitar. Ages 50+. *No class 4/27. Beginning Th Apr 6–Jun 29* 11am–11:45am LSC Free #76733 Advanced Th Apr 6–Jun 29* 11:50am–12:35pm LSC Free #76734

Dance & Movement Help improve your physical and mental wellness through dance and movement. Program held both in-person and virtually (for those interested in par- ticipating virtually, email ). Daily drop-in available: $5 per class. Presented by South Asian Senior Association (SASA). Ages 50+. *No class 4/27. Th Apr 6–May 25* 10:15am–11am LSC $45 #76693 Dance Instruction Strengthen your body and improve flexibility in this high-energy class. Using classic dance technique, you will be led through a series of warm-up exercises that build upon one another. Ages 50+. Ballet Tu Apr 4–Jun 27 8:30am–9:30am LSC Free #76694 Th Apr 6–Jun 29 9am–10am LSC Free #76695 Drum for Fun Circle Bring your love of music and feel the beat as we create a capacity of rhythms in this one-of-a-kind music experience. Don’t forget to bring your drum and percussive instruments’ we also have some to borrow. Ages 50+. W Apr 5–Jun 28 10am–11am LSC Free #76696

Harmonica Ensemble Learn the basic skills to play the harmonica and read notes. Bring your own tremolo harmonica (must have 24 holes with two reeds and in the key of “C” and “#C”). All levels welcome. One-time supply fee: $10. Ages 50+. *No class 4/21. F Jan 13–Jun 30* 10:30am–11:45am LSC Free #71314

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Intro to Hula & Ukulele Have fun learning basic hula steps and hand motions. Dance to a variety of musical selections while focus- ing on the modern hula known as auana . Inst: Selina. Ages 50+. F Apr 7–Jun 30

11:30am–1:30pm TRA Free #77202 Line Dancing for Active Adults Learn line dances to a variety of music genres includ- ing pop, cultural, and classic country. Everyone is welcome to join this fun and rhythmic class. Daily drop-in available: $8 per class. Ages 50+. *No class 4/21, 5/29, 6/19. Beginner/Improver M Apr 3–Jun 26* 2:30pm–4:30pm LSC $55 #76544 Tu Apr 4–Jun 27 2:30pm–4:30pm TRA $65 #76545 W Apr 5–Jun 28 4pm–6pm TRA $65 #76546 F Apr 7–Jun 30* 2:30pm–4:30pm LSC $60 #76547

Line Dancing with Jeannie Keep your mind active and your blood flowing with this fun and easy line dancing class. Dance at your own pace to a variety of music. Daily drop- in available: $10 per class. Inst: Jeannie Davies. Ages 18+. *No class 5/29, 6/19. Beginner Tu Apr 4–Jun 27 5pm–7pm RSC $91 #76600 Th Apr 6–Jun 29 3:30pm–5:30pm RSC $91 #76601 Improver Sa Apr 1–Jun 24 10:30am–12:30pm RSC $91 #76604 M Apr 3–Jun 26* 10:30am–12:30pm RSC $77 #76602 W Apr 5–Jun 28 3:30pm–5:30pm RSC $91 #76603

Education Lectures

To view a complete list of topics, visit .

Lakeview Senior Center Tuesdays, 10–11:30 a.m. Rancho Senior Center Select Fridays, 10–11:30 a.m. Trabuco Center Select Thursdays, 10–11:30 a.m. Virtual Select Thursdays, 10–11:30 a.m.

Irvine Senior Services, in partnership with local community organizations, offers presentations on topics of interest to the senior community. Lectures are offered free of charge and registration is recommended. Drop-ins welcome as space permits. To view a complete list of topics, visit .


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Little Big Band & Dance Spend the afternoon dancing to live music from the Irvine Senior Band. Singles and cou- ples welcome. Ages 50+. 1st & 3rd Thursdays 1pm–3pm


LSC Free #76756 Moves in Motion Line Dancing Join this fun line dancing class for beginners. Learn a variety of line dance steps and moves while lis- tening to an array of musical genres. Ages 50+. *No class 5/3. W Apr 5–Jun 28* 10:30am–Noon LSC Free #76754 Open Dance Studio Join us each week for a ballroom dance social. Enjoy listening to a variety of music while meeting new friends and dancing your favorite social dances. All levels welcome, no partner necessary. Ages 50+. *No class 5/29. M Apr 3–Jun 26* 3pm–5pm TRA Free #77124 F Apr 7–Jun 29 3pm–5pm RSC Free #78557

AARP Smart Driver Course

This course teaches proven driving techniques to help keep you and your loved ones safe on the road. $20 for AARP members; $25 for nonmembers. Check made payable to AARP due the first day of class. Must

attend both dates. Ages 50+. Sa Apr 22, Apr 29 9am–1:30pm

RSC $20/$25 #79075

Irvine Valley College Emeritus Institute The City of Irvine partners with Irvine Valley College (IVC) to offer educational opportunities to the senior community. These classes are managed by IVC and conveniently held at the Lakeview and Rancho senior centers. These classes require registration directly through IVC and are identified with the “#” symbol on the At a Glance calendar on Pages 18–19. Current IVC Emeritus Institute students can register for IVC classes at . For more information or to apply as a first- time student, contact the Extended Education Office at 949-367-8343 or visit .

Social Tap Dance Meet new people and exercise while practicing fun, tap dance steps in this weekly non-instructional group. Ages 50+. *No class 4/27. Beginner Th Apr 6–Jun 29* 9am–10am RSC Free #78562

Intermediate/Advanced Th Apr 6–Jun 29* 10am–11am

RSC Free #78563

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Grow Food Anywhere Learn about the many places available for growing produce, the pros and cons of each, and the three com- ponents necessary for success. Discuss smart choices of veggies, herbs, and fruit, integrated pest manage- ment, care and feeding, and harvesting. Presented by UC Master Gardeners of Orange County. Ages 50+. Tu May 9 10am–11:30am RSC Free #79961 Happy Aging Be led through collective exercises, singing, and other activities from the cultural traditions of China and other countries. Presented by Irvine Evergreen Chinese Senior Association. Ages 50+. *No class 4/20. Presented in Mandarin 華語講解 Th Apr 6–Jun 29* 3:30pm–5:30pm LSC Free #76740 Irvine Multicultural Association Irvine Multicultural Association (IMA) is a Senior Services program providing cultural, educational, and social activities to promote harmony and under- standing in the community. Ages 50+. Planning Meetings First Mondays 3:30pm–4:30pm LSC Free #76743 Film Series W Apr 5 5pm–7pm LSC Free #76744 W Jun 7 5pm–7pm LSC Free #76745 It's Your Money Learn about managing your money in this six-week program. With a new topic each week designed to educate attendees in different aspects of money management. Ages 50+. W Apr 5–May 10 10–11:30am TRA Free #79803 Positive Living Learn to recognize early signs of depression and cognitive decline, as well as coping strategies, treat- ment approaches, support networks, and commu- nity resources. Presented by OMID Multicultural Institute for Development. Ages 50+. Tu Apr 4–Jun 27 9:30am–11am LSC Free #78450 Presented in Farsi Tu Apr 4–Jun 27 2pm–3:30pm LSC Free #78452

English Mentoring Are you interested in develop- ing your English or language skills? Volunteer mentors will help improve your reading, speaking, listening, and pro- nunciation through a series of practical exercises. Ages 50+. *No class 4/21, 5/29, 6/19. Beginning M Apr 3–Jun 26* 2pm–3:30pm LSC Free #76700 M Apr 3–Jun 26* 1pm–2:30pm LSC Free #76701 Beginning: Presented in Korean 한국말강좌 F Apr 7–Jun 30* 9am–10am LSC Free #76704 Beginning: Presented in Mandarin 華語講解 Th Apr 6–Jun 29 9:30am–11am TRA/Virtual Free #77184 Intermediate: Presented in Mandarin 華語講解 Th Apr 6–Jun 29 9am–10:30am Virtual Free #79577 Conversation 1st & 3rd Fridays* 1pm–2:30pm LSC Free #76702


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Games Quarterly registration and daily check-in required for all games.





M 9:30 a.m.–Noon RSC Mah Jongg card required # 78553

American Mah Jongg American Mah Jongg

RSC Mah Jongg card required # 78554

Tu 1 p.m.–4:30 p.m. M–F 8 a.m.–6 p.m. M 1 p.m.–4:30 p.m.

# 76669 # 79279 # 77200 # 77185 #78884 # 77968 #79780 # 78480 #78561 # 78478


LSC Instruction available RSC No instruction available TRA No instruction available

Bridge: Beginning Social Bridge: Beginning Social Bridge: Intermediate Social

F 8 a.m.–Noon Th Noon–3 p.m.


Bridge: Beginning Duplicate Tu 12:30 p.m.–4 p.m.

Bridge: Duplicate

W 11 a.m.–3:30 p.m. Th 9 a.m.–Noon F 10 a.m.–1 p.m. Tu 10 a.m.–Noon

RSC Partners required RSC Partners encouraged





Taiwanese Mah Jongg: Quiet Play Taiwanese Mah Jongg: Social Play

M/W/F 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. LSC Partners required

# 77178

W 1 p.m.–4 p.m.


Senior Services Billiards Tournament Start practicing today and join the fun at the senior Billiards Tournament. The tournament will be eight ball with a 1–15 last pocket rule. House rules apply. All skill levels welcome. Wednesday, June 7 | 2–6 p.m. Lakeview Senior Center #79530 | $5


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Bridge Instruction Enjoy learning Bridge with this program designed for beginner players. Improve your skills and enjoy meeting new people. Includes handouts and play- ing time. Volunteer instructors Joe Robbins and Jim Craig have more than 15 years of playing experi- ence. Ages 50+. F Apr 7–May 12 8am–10am RSC $10 #79498 Bunco Join us each month for an afternoon of bunco and a chance to win prizes. Involving 100% luck, this easy dice game is great for everyone. No experience necessary. Ages 50+. W Apr 5 Noon–2pm RSC $5 #77978 W Apr 19 Noon–2pm RSC $5 #77979 W May 3 Noon–2pm RSC $5 #77980 W May 17 Noon–2pm RSC $5 #77981 W Jun 7 Noon–2pm RSC $5 #77982 W Jun 21 Noon–2pm RSC $5 #77983


Bingo Play bingo and help raise funds for pro- grams, classes, and activ- ities serving seniors in the Irvine community. Buy-in is from 12:15 p.m. to 12:50 p.m. Program sponsored by Friends of Outreach. Early Game Tuesdays 12:45pm–1pm


$1–5 $8/10


Tuesdays 1pm–3pm

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Table Tennis


More information at

Art of Spine & Joint Movement

The goal of the Irvine Senior Services Table Tennis program is to provide participants with a fun and safe environment to engage in this popular sport. Quarterly registration and daily check-in are required for all players. For more information, call 949-724-6900. Private Reservations Players may reserve one hour per day for private play. Reservations open every Monday for the entire following week. Lakeview Senior Center Reservations Monday–Friday 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Rancho Senior Center Reservations Monday 1–5 p.m. Wednesday 1–5 p.m. Thursday 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Social Play Social play is designed for players who want to prac- tice their skills in a social and casual atmosphere. This time is open to all level players. Lakeview Senior Center Social Play Monday–Friday (Outside) 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Friday 8 a.m.–Noon Rancho Senior Center Social Play Friday 8 a.m.–Noon

Are you experiencing joint pain in your neck, shoul- der, or back? Learn to move, stimulate, and exer- cise your bones, muscles, and joints to help reduce chronic pain and improve your health. Ages 50+. Sa Apr 1–Jun 24 10am–11:30am TRA $30 #77203

Barre Strength & Stretch Using a chair for stability, learn easy-to-follow, head-to-toe exercises to help strengthen muscles to improve balance, mobility, and circulation. Drop into any class for a one-time trial for $16. Inst: CS Dance Factory. Ages 50+. *No class 5/26, 5/29, 6/19. M Apr 3–Jun 26* 10:15am–11am TRA $143 #76558 F Apr 7–Jun 30* 10:15am–11am TRA $156 #76559 Better Life Boxing Enjoy fun, challenging, and safe boxing workouts to keep your body and brain healthy. Improve your balance, coordination, and overall strength — all while having fun! Daily drop-in available: $20 per class. Inst: Better Life Health. Ages 50+. Tu Apr 4–Apr 25 9am–10am RSC $72 #76580 Tu May 2–May 30 9am–10am RSC $90 #76581 Tu Jun 6–Jun 27 9am–10am RSC $72 #76582

For more information, visit or call 949-724-6900.


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Cardio Kickstart Get your heart pumping as you’re led through low and high intensity movements which can help strengthen the heart, increase endurance, and help reduce the risk of many types of heart and lung-related illnesses. Daily drop-in available: $7 per class. Ages 50+. W Apr 5 9:30am–10:15am RSC Free Demo #79173 W Apr 12–Jun 14 9:30am–10:15am RSC $50 #79174 Circuit Training Intro to Pickleball for Seniors Pickleball has become the fastest-growing sport in the United States by combining elements of tennis, badminton, and table tennis to create a fast-paced game of skill and agility. This introduc- tory lesson is designed specifically for first-time players ages 50 and older. Lessons Available: Wednesdays, March 29–April 26 | 8–10 a.m. Portola Springs Community Park $36/Lesson

Bollywood Dance Fitness A fun cardio workout with Bollywood music and dance moves that combine tradi-

tional Indian dances with the influence of jazz, hip-hop, and modern dancing. Daily drop-in avail- able: $15 per class. Inst: Lavina Punjabi. Ages 50+. *No class 4/21, 6/19. M Apr 3–Apr 24 5pm–6pm RSC $48 #76625 Th Apr 6–Apr 27 1:30pm–2:30pm TRA $48 #76627 F Apr 7–Apr 28* 1pm–2pm LSC $36 #76628 M May 1–May 22 5pm–6pm RSC $48 #76629 Th May 4–May 25 1:30pm–2:30pm TRA $48 #76631 F May 5–May 26 1pm–2pm LSC $48 #76633 Th Jun 1–Jun 29 1:30pm–2:30pm TRA $60 #76632 F Jun 2–Jun 30 1pm–2pm LSC $60 #76634 M Jun 5–Jun 26* 5pm–6pm RSC $36 #76630

This highly effective and effi- cient workout will provide a total body strengthening while also improving cardiovascular health. Free for Senior Fitness Center members. Daily drop-in available: $5 per class. Ages 50+. Tu Apr 4–Jun 13 2pm–2:45pm

RSC $33 #79171 TRA $36 #77174

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Pickleball For more information, email

Functional Movement

Improve bone density, muscular functioning, posture, and align- ment to help make performing

everyday activities easier and safer. Participants must be able to walk a minimum of 200 feet independently and stand on one foot comfortably. Ages 50+. Th Apr 6–Jun 15 2pm–2:45pm RSC $55 #79176 Laughter Yoga Discover the joyful exercise that uses intentional laughter to help relieve stress, strengthen your immune system, improve respiration and circulation, and reduce anxiety and depression. Laughter Yoga can be done while seated. Ages 50+. *No class 5/29. M, W Apr 3–Jun 28* 10am–11am Virtual Free #79280 Th Apr 6–Jun 29 Noon–1pm Virtual Free #79191 Fitness Centers Rancho Senior Center Harrel Fitness Center 949-724-6800 Schedule: Monday–Friday: 8 a.m.–6 p.m. Saturday–Sunday: 9 a.m.–1 p.m. Trabuco Center 949-724-7300 Schedule: Monday–Friday: 8 a.m.–6 p.m. Saturday–Sunday: 9 a.m.–1 p.m. Providing adults with a safe and comfort- able workout environment with equipment for cardiovascular and strength training. One-on-one fitness coaching available for members. Orientation required prior to participation; schedule an orientation and purchase memberships in person at either location. Membership is valid at both centers. Fees: $65 per year $10 orientation

Come check out pickleball, the fastest-growing sport in the United States. It is easy to learn, fun for all ages, a good workout, and very social as well as competitive. Adult & Private Pickleball Lessons Adult and private pickleball lessons are available at Portola Springs and Heritage community parks. Adult lessons cater to beginner and intermediate levels. Register and learn more at . Drop-in Use Courts are available for drop-in use at Heritage Community Park, Knollcrest Neighborhood Park, Los Olivos Community Park, Portola Springs Community Park, San Carlo Neighborhood Park, and University Community Park.

For more information, call 949-724-6617 or email .


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Spring 2023

Spring Into Health Fitness Challenge

Jumpstart your fitness goals by joining the Spring Into Health Fitness Challenge. Sign up for this six- week challenge where the more you exercise, the more opportunities you have to win prizes. You will receive weekly e-newsletters featuring fitness-related educational topics, healthy recipes, and more. You can also sign-up for a variety of free fitness classes throughout the Challenge. Register by May 1 to receive your first Challenge Card. Ages 50+. Challenge Dates May 1–June 9 | $10 | #77902

For more information and to see a complete list of activities, scan the code to the right or visit

Longevity Stick Follow a series of 12 movements designed to improve balance, flexibility, strength, mental focus, and breathing capacity. All movements are simple and done standing. You must provide your own stick. Ages 50+. *No class 5/29. M Apr 3–Jun 26* 8:05am–8:50am TRA Free #77105 M Apr 3–Jun 26* 9am–10am RSC Free #79776 M Apr 3–Jun 26* 9am–10am Virtual Free #79281 Tu Apr 4–Jun 27 9am–10am LSC Free #76761 W Apr 5–Jun 28 8:30am–9:30am Virtual Free #77113 Th Apr 6–Jun 29 9am–10am LSC Free #76762 Mind & Body Wellness Learn breathing techniques, gentle yoga stretches using a chair, rhythmic clapping, laugh- ter, and nutrition tips to improve daily living. Inst: Matangi Desai. Ages 50+. W Apr 5–Jun 28 12:30pm–1:30pm TRA Free #77176

Senior Striders Meet friends and go on healthy walks in the com- munity. Bring a bottle of water and wear comfort- able shoes. Subject to cancellation due to weather. Ages 50+. Tu, F Apr 4–Jun 30 8:30am–9:30am TRA Free #77166 Senior Tennis This tennis group is composed of intermediate to experienced tennis players who play to stay active and fit. Group meets weekly at Woodbridge High School. Ages 50+. Sa Apr 8–Jul 1 8am–11am WHS Free #74428


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Registration is required for all activities.




Taiwanese Mah Jongg



8–9am *

Taiwanese Mah Jongg HICAP Physical Fitness Drum for Fun Circle Moves in Motion Line Dancing Physical Fitness Tai Chi Cultural Gathering (Presented in Farsi) IMA Monthly Presentation (1st Wednesdays)


Food Commodities (3rd Mondays)

Dance Instruction Longevity Stick International Crafters


Elder Law (1st Mondays) Book Club (1st Mondays) Country Line Dance English Mentoring

9:30am–Noon 10:15–11:45am



(Knit/Crochet) Positive Living Chair Exercise

10:30am–12:20pm #


1–2:30pm 1:30–3pm * 2–3:30pm

10–10:50am # 10–11:30am


Education Lectures ACME Art Classes to Boost Your Brain Bingo

English Mentoring

11am–12:30pm *

Line Dancing for Active Adults

2:30–4:30pm *

Chair Yoga

3–4pm *

12:45–3pm *

IMA Planning Meetings


International Crafting (Sewing) Financial Investment Appt.

1–3pm 1–5pm

(1st Mondays) Yoga for Wellness

5:30–6:45pm *

(1st Tuesdays) Go-Go Dance

2–3:30pm 2–3:30pm

Positive Living (Presented in Farsi)

Longevity Stick


Better Life Boxing

9–10am *

Yoga with Mona Cardio Kickstart Qigong ACME Art Classes to Boost Your Brain Duplicate Bridge Bunco (1st & 3rd Wednesdays) Line Dancing with Jeann

American Mah Jongg 9:30am–Noon Line Dancing with Jeannie 10:30am–12:30pm * Monday at the Movies 1–3:30pm Beginning Social Bridge 1–4:30pm Total Health & Healing 4:30–7pm * (1st Mondays) Bollywood Dance Fitness 5–6pm *

Tap Dance 9–11:50am # International Discussion Group 9:30–11:30am (3rd Tuesdays) Book Club (4th Tuesdays) 10am–Noon Scrabble 10am–Noon Physical Fitness 1–1:50pm # American Mah Jongg 1–4:30pm Circuit Training 2–2:45pm * Yang-style Tai Chi: Beg. 2:30–3:15pm Yang-style Tai Chi: Int. 3:30–4:30pm Therapeutic Yoga 4–5pm * Line Dancing with Jeannie 5–7pm *

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Longevity Stick Integral Tai Chi ACME Art Classes to Boost Your Brain

Longevity Stick


9–10:30am *

Zumba Gold Dance Fitness Barre Strength & Stretch Cathy's Computer Corner Alzheimer's Caregiver Support Group (Last Mondays) Open Dance Studio

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Mind & Body Wellness Taiwanese Mah Jongg Acoustic Slow Jam Sessio Circuit Training Line Dancing for Active A

Beginning Duplicate Bridge Line Dancing for Active Adults

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Country Line Dance Dance Instruction

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Taiwanese Mah Jongg


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Chair Exercise

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9–9:50am # 10–11am

Longevity Stick


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Hearing Screening (3rd Thursdays)

Watercolor Painting Harmonica Ensemble Country Line Dance

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1–2:50pm # 3–5pm *


Movie Matinee


(1st & 3rd Thursdays) Loss of a Spouse Group (3rd Thursdays) 1–2:30pm Legal Aid (2nd Thursdays) 1:30–4:30pm Chorus Group 2:30–4pm Happy Aging 3:30–5:30pm Travel Adventure Slideshow 6:30–8:30pm (3rd Thursdays) NEDA Social (3rd Thursdays) 5–9pm *

Bollywood Dance Fitness 1–2pm * English Mentoring (1st & 3rd Fridays) 1–2:30pm Individual Medication Review 1:30–3:30pm (Select Fridays) Cooking the Easy Way (1st Fridays) 2–5pm * Intro to Computers 2:30–4pm * Line Dancing for Active Adults 2:30–4:30pm *




8:30–9:30am * 9:30–10:15am * 10–10:50am # 10:30am–Noon * 11am–3:30pm Noon–2pm *

Tai Chi for Arthritis & Fall Prevention Social Tap: Beginning Social Tap: Int./Adv.

8:30–9:30am *


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Chess 10am–1pm Education Lecture (Select Fridays) 10–11:30am Film Club (2nd Fridays) 10–11:30am Yoga with Mona 10:30–11:30am * Ballroom Dance Instruction 1:30–2:30pm Open Dance Studio 3–5pm

9–10am 10–11am

Chair Yoga

11:30am–12:30pm *

Physical Fitness

1–1:50pm # 2–2:45pm *

Functional Movement Line Dancing with Jeannie

3:30–5:30pm *


3:30–5:30pm *



8–9am *

Beginning Social Bridge

8am–Noon 8:30–9:30am

9:30–11am * 10:30am–Noon * 12:30–1:30pm 1–4pm 2:15–3:15pm 2:30–3:15pm *

English Mentoring Education Lectures

9:30–11am 10–11:30am

Senior Striders

Zumba Gold Dance Fitness Barre Strength & Stretch Intro to Hula & Ukulele

9–10am *

(Select Thursdays) Intermediate Social Bridge Bollywood Dance Fitness

10:15–11am *



1:30pm–2:30pm *

Movie Matinee



4–6pm *






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At Woodbridge Terrace of Irvine, Senior Living, serving our residents is a badge of hon- or we proudly wear every day. Our goal is to create a safe haven of comfort, wellbeing, and best-in-class hospitality and health care. Safety and security have always been an integral part of our wellness philosophy - it’s in our DNA as associates who have been trained to treat your family members as part of our extended family. We have 24/7 nurse staff to monitor and care for your loved one. We are here to take the worry out of your decision to make the move now. We are so confident you’ll love living with us, we guarantee it. That’s the true meaning of peace of mind.

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Yang-style Tai Chi Yang-style tai chi promotes stress reduction, balance, increased energy, and flexibility. Easy techniques of gentle, slow, repeated movements will improve your health and well-being. Wear comfortable clothing.

Ages 50+. Beginner Tu Apr 4–Jun 27 Intermediate Tu Apr 4–Jun 27


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Tai Chi Tai Chi focuses on strength, balance, and stretching while engaging in relaxed and harmonious move- ments. Presented by the Irvine Evergreen Chinese Senior Association. $20 per session paid to the instructor. Ages 50+. *No class 5/3. Presented in English & Mandarin 華語講解 W Apr 5–Jun 28* 3pm–5pm LSC $20/week #78477 Tai Chi for Arthritis & Fall Prevention Learn easy-to-follow tai chi movements to help improve balance, increase muscular strength, improve mobility, increase flexibility, enhance psy- chological health, reduce pain, and prevent falls. Daily drop-in available: $10 per class. Inst: Hope Lin. Ages 50+. Beginner Th Apr 6–May 18 8:30am–9:30am RSC $56 #76607 NEW Total Health & Healing This holistic workshop uses yoga, meditation, sound healing, and relaxation to help you experience a state of wellbeing. Light refreshments provided. Bring yoga mat, small blanket, and a head rest/pillow. $10 supply fee. Inst: Mona Ness. Ages 18+. M Apr 3 4:30pm–7pm RSC $35 #77798 M May 1 4:30pm–7pm RSC $35 #76636 M Jun 5 4:30pm–7pm RSC $35 #77799

Yoga for Wellness A mixed-level yoga class for those interested in developing strength and flexibility through func- tional yoga movements. Bring a yoga mat and yoga block, or foam roller. Daily drop-in available: $20 per class. Ages 50+. *No class 5/29. M Apr 3–Jun 5* 5:30pm–6:45pm LSC $135 #76561 Yoga with Mona Anyone can practice yoga regardless of age or experience. It can help energize your body and improve flexibility. All levels welcome. Bring a yoga mat. Daily drop-in available: $18 per class. Inst: Mona Ness. Ages 50+. *No class 5/29. Chair Yoga M Apr 3–Jun 12* 3pm–4pm LSC $120 #76536 Th Apr 6–Jun 15 11:30am–12:30pm RSC $132 #76539 Therapeutic Yoga Tu Apr 4–Jun 13 4pm–5pm RSC $132 #76537 All Levels W Apr 5–Jun 14 8:30am–9:30am RSC $132 #76538 F Apr 7–Jun 16 10:30am–11:30am RSC $132 #76540


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Cultural Gatherings Join us for an opportunity to socialize while enjoy- ing a variety of activities and celebrating various cultures within the Irvine community. Ages 50+. *No class 4/20, 5/3, 5/18, 5/29, 6/19, 6/15. Presented in English & Hindi अं ग्रे जी और हिं दी में प्रस्तुत कि या गया l 2nd Fridays 2pm–4pm LSC Free #76688 4th Fridays 10:30am–1pm LSC Free #76689 Presented in Farsi W Apr 5–Jun 28* 3:30pm–4:30pm LSC Free #76685 Th Apr 6–Jun 29* 2pm–6pm LSC Free #76686 3rd Thursdays 5pm–9pm LSC $5/wk #76681

Zumba Gold Dance Fitness Learn easy, low-impact dance steps to lively interna- tional music. ZUMBA GOLD energizes you while helping improve balance, strength, and mobility. Drop into any class for a one-time trial for $16. Inst: CS Dance Factory. Ages 50+. *No class 5/26, 5/29, 6/19. M Apr 3–Jun 26* 9am–10am TRA $121 #76555 F Apr 7–Jun 30* 9am–10am TRA $132 #76556

Film Club The Film Club selects a variety of movies to see each month, then gathers for a lively discussion with other film enthusiasts. Movies are watched on your own in theaters and through various stream- ing platforms. Ages 50+. 2nd Fridays 10am–11:30am RSC Free #78471 Friends of Outreach Friends of Outreach is a nonprofit, all-volunteer orga- nization that helps support the City of Irvine outreach programs for seniors through fundraising efforts and service projects such as Bingo, International Crafters, and Holiday Gift Bags. Friends of Outreach is a chari- table organization whose membership is free and open to all who are willing to serve. For more info: Kathleen Pfeiffer, president, . Ages 50+. General Meeting Th May 11 10am–11am LSC Free


Book Club Enjoy drama, mystery, or a little romance? Join us each month to read and discuss a variety of books.

Ages 50+. 1st Mondays 4th Tuesdays

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Find Your Balance

Fitness Tips to Reduce Fall Risk

Irvine Senior Services offers a variety of pro- grams that can help reduce your risk of falling. Fitness center staff at Rancho Senior Center and Trabuco Center can help you identify exercises for improved balance. In addition to our regular health and fitness classes (see Pages 13–22), we encourage you to take part in the Spring Into Health Fitness Challenge (see Page 17), which offers a variety of classes to help improve your fitness and reduce fall risk. For more information on any of these programs, visit .

As we age, the risk of falling increases as does the severity of the consequences of a fall. According to the Centers for Disease Control, every year one in four older adults will experience a fall. Falls may cause physical injury and can have psychological consequences as well. People who have experienced a fall in the past are more likely to have a fear of falling, which in turn further increases the risk of falling. The good news is there are many things you can do to help reduce your risk of falling. Below are tips from the national award- winning FallProof Balance and Mobility Program. • Engage in exercises challenging balance, such as sitting on a stability ball, seated marching, or standing on one leg. • Make use of assisted walking devices, such as canes, walkers, and wheelchairs, when necessary. • Practice variable step patterns, such as stepping forward, sidestepping, or stepping diagonally. • Remove fall risks within your home by: ƒ Removing or securing loose rugs and cords; ƒ Installing grab bars where needed, such as in the shower or beside the bed; ƒ Installing sufficient lighting; ƒ Consult with your physician about your medications to reduce the risk of harmful drug interactions, which can increase fall risk.

Challenge Your Balance and Stability with Health & Fitness Classes. See Pages 13–22.


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Monday at the Movies Join us for a matinee movie, followed by a group discussion. Movie ratings range from G to R, a schedule is available at the Rancho Senior Center front desk. Ages 50+. *No class 5/29. M Apr 3–Jun 26* 1pm–3:30pm RSC Free #78556 Movie Matinee Lights, camera, action! Enjoy a weekly movie ranging from clas- sics to new releases. See the front desk of the Lakeview Senior Center and Trabuco Center for film schedule. Ages 50+. *No class 4/21. F Apr 7–Jun 30* 12:30pm–2:30pm LSC Free #76764 F Apr 7–Jun 30 2pm–4:15pm TRA Free #77201 Premier, top-quality care from GNP physicians who always put you first. With direct access to your primary care physician and telehealth options 24/7/365, GNP remains dedicated to providing personalized care to help you maintain your best health. Get access to one of the most highly acclaimed, independent physician organizations in Southern California. With GNP — 1,800+ combined years in primary care practice. YOU TRUST US BECAUSE WE KNOW YOU 150+ primary care doctors. 1,100+ specialists.

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Intro to Apps Learn how to access a variety of books from your phone using apps like Kindle, Audible, and Libby the Library. Ages 50+. Android: Reading on the Go W Jun 28 1:30pm–3pm iPhone: Reading on the Go W Jun 14 1:30pm–3pm


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Socials at the Senior Centers Join friends and meet new people while enjoying coffee, tea, and other refreshments. Participate in activities that promote a healthy mind, body, and spirit. $1 per social paid at the door. Ages 50+. *No class 4/21. Continental Breakfast & Music Tu Apr 4–Jun 27 8am–9am LSC $1/wk #78472 Th Apr 6–Jun 29 8am–9am TRA $1/wk #77182 Bingo F Apr 7–Jun 30* 9am–10am LSC $1/wk #78473 Travel Adventure Slideshow Take a virtual photographic trip around the world. Each presentation includes an interactive digital photography slideshow followed by a question-and- answer session. Ages 50+. 3rd Thursdays 6:30pm–8:30pm LSC Free #78479


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Intro to Computers: Part II This beginning level class will help you become more comfortable using a computer. Topics include getting more comfortable with the file system, adjusting the settings, navigating the various appli- cations, and more. Desktop computers provided. Inst: Cathy's Computer Corner. Ages 50+. F Jun 9–Jun 30 2:30pm–4pm LSC $28 #76703 Intro to the Internet

Phone Basics This group training will teach basic functions of your smartphone, including how to make your phone louder, send text messages, and connect to Bluetooth devices. Bring your fully charged cell phone to class. Presented by the California Telephone Access Program. Ages 50+.

Learn what the inter- net is and how to connect to it, the dif- ference between a browser and search engine, how to search the internet, book-

Android Th Apr 20 Th Jun 15 iPhone Th May 18

mark pages, browse your history, and more. Laptops provided or you can bring your personal laptop. Inst: Cathy's Computer Corner. Ages 50+. M May 1–May 22 11:30am–12:30pm TRA $56 #76699 Computer Membership Computer workstations and printers are available in the Lee Tjhio Technology Lab at Lakeview Senior Center, and a laptop lending program is available at Trabuco Center and Rancho Senior Center. Hours are subject to change. Lee Tjhio Technology Lab

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10am–Noon LSC Free #78330 NEW Private Technology Lessons Learn how to use technology at your pace to meet your needs. Do you need help with basic usage or terminology? Are you interested in learning how to navigate a smart phone or tablet ? Each appoint- ment is 30 minutes and will be scheduled after reg- istration. Inst: Cathy's Computer Corner. Ages 50+. *No class 4/7, 5/5, 5/26. F Apr 14–Jun 30* 11:15am–12:15pm TRA $45/lesson #79791 F Apr 14–May 19* 2:30pm–4pm LSC $45/lesson #79561 Technology Tutoring Volunteers provide individual tutoring sessions to help you learn to use your smartphone, tablet, or laptop to its full capacity. Sessions are 45-minutes, maximum two per month. Appointments can be scheduled at Lakeview Senior Center or Trabuco Center. Bring your fully charged device. Ages 50+. *No class 4/21. M–F Apr 3–May 12* 3:30pm–5pm LSC Free W, F Apr 5–May 12* 3:30pm–5:45pm TRA Free

Lakeview Senior Center Monday–Friday: 8 a.m.–6 p.m. Laptop Lending Rancho Senior Center & Trabuco Center Monday–Friday: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Fees: Irvine residents: $18 per year Nonresidents: $23 per year


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Food Commodities

Income-qualifying seniors 60 and older receive a free nonperishable box of food. Sponsored by Community Action Partnership. Self- reported income and photo ID with proof of age required. M

Free Elder Law Appointments Brief consultations for questions on estate, trusts, and wills. Sponsored by Merhab Robinson & Clarkson, Law Corporation. No selling or endorsements of products or services. Registration required. M Apr 3, May 1, Jun 5 9:30am–Noon LSC Free Financial Investment Consultation Appointments General investment and unbiased financial consul- tation focused on the senior’s needs. No selling or endorsements of products or services. Sponsored by George Faas, financial planning specialist.

Apr 17, May 15, Jun 19 9am–Noon




Registration required. Tu Apr 11, May 2, Jun 6




Mobility Equipment Lending Monday–Thursday: 9 a.m.–3 p.m. Friday: 9 a.m.–Noon Wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, and canes avail- able at no cost for a 30-day loan period based on availability. Keen Center for Senior Resources Lakeview Senior Center 949-724-6926 n


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Health Insurance Counseling & Advocacy Program (HICAP)

Individual Medication Review What’s in your medicine cabinet? Pharmacists will review medications for dosage strength and fre- quency, correct usage, and potential interactions or duplications. Bring your questions along with daily medications, over-the-counter drugs, vitamins, and supplements to your appointment. Appointment required. Sponsored by Orange County Health Care Agency (OCHCA). F Apr 14, May 12, Jun 9 1:30pm–3:30pm LSC Free Legal Aid for Seniors

Consultation for Medicare and senior health insurance-related topics. Sponsored by Council on Aging. Registration required. Tuesdays

Brief 20-minute con- sultations for adults 60 and older, address- ing general legal ques- tions. Sponsored by Legal Aid Society. Registration required. Th Apr 13, May 11, Jun 8 1:30pm–4:30pm

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Hearing Screening No appointment required. Please bring hearing aids. Sponsored by Sonus Hearing. More info:

949-724-6926 or . Th Apr 20, May 18, Jun 15 9:30am–11am





TRIPS strives to support eligible Irvine adults ages 18 and older with disabilities in maintaining independence, community involvement, and employment through the provision of safe, reliable, professional, accessible transportation services.

A key component to healthy living is getting out, whether it is to your doctor, the senior center, grocery store, or local museum. e Transportation Guide for Seniors will help you get to where you need to go. Transportation Guide for Seniors

STOPS INCLUDE: • Nonemergency medical appointments • Grocery stores and personal errands • Lakeview Senior Center, Rancho Senior Center, and Trabuco Center

Pick up a copy in the Keen Center for Senior Resources in the Lakeview Senior Center. 949-724-6926 or

For more information and an application, call 949-724-7433 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 6 p.m., Monday–Friday.


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