What do we do at the Sebastopol Area Senior Center?

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Welcome

The Sebastopol Area Senior Center

The Sebastopol Area Senior Center creates and maintains an environment that encourages independence for seniors, provides learning, social, and recreational opportunities in pursuit of an active, healthy life, provides resources and referrals for seniors, their family members, and other individuals, and helps the greater community understand the aging process and the issues that surround that process.


 

Events & Classes Calendar, Rides, LGBTQI Elder Resources, & Store


 

Upcoming Workshops



Meet a Driver!

Welcome to the volunteer driver team, Carolyn Harrington, who joined us this summer.

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Born in upstate New York, Carolyn and her husband traveled to California on their honeymoon, never to return to New York. Carolyn has three children, four grandchildren, four great grandchildren, all in California.

Carolyn traveled with her husband to Santa Rosa from Scotts Valley four years ago to be closer to two of her kids when her husband was ill. He passed in 2014 and Carolyn described herself as “rather lost for a while.”  She realized the need to have people around and perhaps become a volunteer driver, where she could make a small difference in someone’s life. Carolyn also volunteers at the Ceres Project in Sebastopol.

Carolyn loves tennis, hiking, walking, playing cards, seeing friends and volunteering.

We are truly lucky to have Carolyn join us and we welcome her to our program.

Interested in becoming a volunteer driver? Visit our transportation page for details, or email Dean Brittingham, Transportation Coordinator, at dean@sebastopolseniorcenter.org.


 

Senior Fire Preparedness Event

Are You Ready West County?

Monday, November 5, 2018
4-7 p.m. 
at the Senior Center

Free to you.

  • Registration is required for each person attending

  • 70 participants maximum

  • Due to space constraints, two people maximum per household are welcome attend. 

Sonoma County seniors experienced tough times in 2017. And we were unprepared. The Sebastopol Area Senior Center and Vintage House Senior Center are partnering to change this. 

We will hear from guest speakers 

  • Bill Braga, Sebastopol Fire Chief

  • Supervisor Lynda Hopkins

  • Local organizations and companies providing information about emergency preparedness


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