Special Events at McBride Senior Center

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Poster for the movie The Age of Love

Age of Love Movie plus Speed Dating

Sat., Sept. 8 & Sept. 29, 2018, 1-4pm, FREE

Don’t miss the opportunity to see this important documentary about the universality of love and desire, regardless of age. Follow-up speed dating planned for 9/29. No pressure to get married or have a wild romance—friendship is always welcome. Share your thoughts, a little bit of history, perhaps make plans for dinner; it’s really up to you! Deadline to register is 8/25.



Senior Wellness Expo

Mon., Oct. 1, 8:30am-12pm, FREE

health, apple, wellness

Learn ways to improve your health and meet the experts who can make your life healthier and happier. Many resources provided; free screenings in hearing, vision and blood pressure; enjoy free snacks. Free transportation to the fair is provided by City Coach (fixed route only). 



Dance to the Big Band Soundsvaca jazz

Sat., Oct., 13, 2018, 6-8 pm, $20 per person

Don’t miss this musical tribute to the 50’s presented by Alive Music Orchestra. More details to follow. Reservations required by 10/5 as space is limited.



Walk to End Alzheimer’swalk, alzheimer's

Sat., Oct. 27, 2018

Walk your way to making a difference in the life of a person with Alzheimer’s! Join the McBride Senior Center Team as we walk, share stories and create support for this important cause. Questions? Call 469-6673 for more information.



Thanksgiving Dinner: Thu., Nov. 22, 12-1:30pm, FREEThanksgiving

Come celebrate Thanksgiving with family and friends. Turkey dinner and all the trimmings will be prepared and served by our staff and volunteers. Sign up early as space is limited to four in a party. Deadline to register is 11/9. This event is free. For reservations, call 469-6660.



FREE Presentations at McBride Senior Center

Aging Well: Wed., 9/5-10/10 from 9:30-10:30am, FREE

This free, six-week series explores topics related to aging and health, including healthy eating, exercise, drugs to avoid as you age, life care planning and improving sleep. You do not have to be a Kaiser member to participate. These classes are taught by Kaiser Permanente staff, including health educators, pharmacists and physical therapists. The last session is taught by the Alzheimer's Association. To register, please call 707-469-6660.

Naloxone Education & Distribution Presentation: Mon., 9/10 from 10-10:30am, FREE

Drug overdose from both prescription and illegal opioids is currently the leading cause of injury-related deaths in the United States. Learn how to spot an opioid overdose along with best practices for treatment, namely naloxone as an injection or nasal spray.

Savvy Saving Seniors: Thurs., 9/13, 20 & 27, 1-3pm, FREE

Join us for 3 consecutive sessions as we explore how to budget your money, set financial goals, qualify for benefits, avoid scams and find resources. In addition, become resourceful with the help of the Peace of Mind Savings Plan.

How Doctors Want to Die: Sat., 11/17 from 10-11am, FREE

Join us for one or both of our events exploring the big questions in life. Let’s talk about how we die, how we live, and what comes next. Are you curious about how your physician is making end-of-life choices? Join us for a 12-minute clip from Consider the Conversation: Part Two, followed by an Advance Care Planning class led by Dr. Jeffrey Yee and Joanne Hatchett, NP of Dignity Health. Please RSVP by calling 530-601-5778 or emailing rsvp@yolohospice.org.

What Happens After We Die?: Sat., 12/8 from 10am-12pm, FREE

Join us for a panel discussion exploring different beliefs on what happens after we die, with perspectives from a medical professional, a Christian pastor, a shaman and a psychic. Please RSVP by calling 530-601-5778 or emailing rsvp@yolohospice.org. Light refreshments will be provided.