Flower Arranging At Ravenswood: 4/21 & 4/28
LEARN TO CREATE A BEAUTIFUL SPRING ARRANGEMENT
Arranging fresh flowers is a relaxing and rewarding experience. Join Kathy and Gayle in the stunning outdoor setting at Ravenswood while they walk you through the process of creating your own colorful spring floral arrangement to take home.

LOCATION: Ravenswood Historic Site - 2647 Arroyo Rd.

PRICE: $22 Res / $24 NR

TWO DATES:
Wednesday, April 21, 1:30 - 3:30 p.m.

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Wednesday, April 28, 1:30 - 3:30 p.m.
Here is a 1-minute recap from last month's Barnwood Painting event.
Bringing Spring Home With You
SPRING DRIVE-THRU - DIY SPRING PLANTS
Friday, April 16, 12-1 pm, RLCC (4444 East Ave)
We're back this month with another drive-thru where you can grab your very own clay pot with seeds to bring spring home with you.

No pre-registration needed. While supplies last.

Thanks to Bethany Homes for sponsoring this event. Their new assisted living and memory care facility is opening soon on East Ave!

OPEN HEART KITCHEN - CURBSIDE SENIOR LUNCH PROGRAM
If you come for the Drive-Thru, reserve a lunch at the green button below through the Senior Meal Program from Open Heart Kitchen.

Open Heart Kitchen remains committed to serving free, nutritious meals during the COVID-19 situation. We prepare fresh multi-course meals tailored to the dietary needs of seniors Monday-Friday at the Robert Livermore Community Center.

Call 925-500-8241 or click below to reserve your lunch
We'll Come To Your Place (on Zoom).
ZOOM THAT TUNE WITH STEVE GOODMAN
Tuesday, April 13, 1-2 pm, ZOOM
In-House DJ, Steve Goodman is back to test your musical knowledge. We had a blast last time and we're looking forward to going another round! REGISTER FOR FREE

AN AFTERNOON WITH...GENE RODDENBERRY
Ed Kinney Speaker Series Sponsored by Museum on Main
Wednesday, April 14, 2 pm, ZOOM WEBINAR
Gene Roddenberry was an American television screenwriter and producer, who most notably created the Star Trek television series. He was also a combat veteran of WWII, a commercial pilot, and an officer in the Los Angeles Police Department. The brilliant screenwriter who brought us, where no man had gone before, will be portrayed by Chautauqua scholar Doug Mishler. CALL 373-5700 OR REGISTER HERE

-COMING SOON IN MAY-

CITY HISTORIAN, RICHARD FINN IS BACK!
Tuesday, May 11, 1-2:30 pm, ZOOM WEBINAR
Livermore's City Historian, Richard Finn, is back to share more about the history of Livermore. Discussion will touch on homes that have been physically moved in town, the plaques around town, and the Historic North Side. Livermore Heritage Guild donations appreciated. REGISTER FOR FREE

For more activities, check out our online activity guide below.
Don't Sweat It! Never Too Late For Virtual Zumba.
VIRTUAL ZUMBA
The next session of virtual zumba is underway but it isn't too late to sign up! Alice teaches on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays and Christina teaches Fridays.

You have access to class recordings for 7 days after each class. Call 925-373-5700 or REGISTER HERE
Yoga for Seniors on Youtube
LEARN YOGA FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR OWN HOME. Certified Yoga Instructor, Lakshmi Sajith, teaches yoga for seniors for free on youtube. She is a high school student in Pleasanton and has a full playlist of regular and chair yoga videos for you to try at home.

VIRTUAL PRESENTATION: Better Safe Than Sorry: Natural and Financial Disaster Preparedness
BE PREPARED.
Join Deputy District Attorney and a panel of speakers LIVE on ZOOM. They want to help you prepare for unforeseen events like natural disasters, and fraud related to COVID-19 and Social Security.

SPEAKERS:
Deputy District Attorney, Cheryl Poncini, along with representatives from Eden Information and Referral (2-1-1), and the Social Security Administration will present information and be available for your questions.
Walking With Purpose
'Walking with Purpose' is back. This walking group provides an opportunity to meet up with friends, get in your steps, and enjoy the great outdoors. Masks and social distancing will be required.

Led by Kathy Lake, we'll meet on Thursdays in the courtyard at the Robert Livermore Community Center at 10:30 am and walk around the park.
COVID-19 Vaccine Information
For vaccine information, please check with your local health care provider.

Additional information can be found below at the Alameda County website including links, resources, and a form to sign up.

If you're having trouble, feel free to contact a local resource covid19vaccines@statmed.com. They said they had appointments available.
Connected Horse Is Engaging People Living With Memory Loss & Dementia
Connected Horse is a non-profit organization dedicated to finding new & creative ways to engage & re-connect people living with memory loss or dementia.

They offer “in-person” ‘Day @ the Barn’ workshops using horses (no riding, activities done from the ground). *Also offer “Virtual Day @ The Barn” experience, for those who are unable to come in person! Programs are proven to reduce stress, help relax, sleep easier & quiet the busy mind. 
Senior Services Office
Please give us a call at (925) 373-5760. While our office is closed for in-person visits, voice mails are checked regularly. Our staff can assist with resources for wellness checks, insurance, free home repairs, transportation information, legal advice, form assistance, nutrition, support groups, and affordable housing information.

For more info and resources, check out larpd.org.
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