HBCOA 714.374.1524 • SENIOR CENTER IN CENTRAL PARK 714.536.5600 • HOAG HEALTH & WELLNESS PAVILION 714.374.1578 • TRANSPORTATION 714.374.1742
Active Aging for Seniors
Active Aging is the process of taking part in a variety of activities in order to optimize wellness and enhance quality of life as you age. The Active Aging movement is important for all people because it extends healthy life expectancy and quality of life. Social participation and social support are strongly associated with good health and well-being throughout life. Participation in physical, social, culture and spiritual activities allows older adults to continue to exercise their competence, maintain positive relationships, and improve their overall wellness.
Programming at the Senior Center in Central Park
“The Hoag Health and Wellness Pavilion is now open Monday – Friday. This unique fitness center welcomes members on a reservation basis. You may reserve your time by visiting hbsands.org. Outdoor classes have resumed at the Center. Zumba, Line Dancing and Tai Chi are taking place on the Center’s patio. Social Service including transportation, home delivered meals, care management are being provided. Meals on Wheel Orange County along with senior center staff distribute frozen meals on Tuesday from 11 am – noon. Please check the Outlook for updates. The Center plans to reopen in January for indoor classes, safety precautions will be in place.”
The Senior Center in Central Park has gone virtual for fall! We realize many of our participants are staying close to home, some of you taking small steps by going to the store, grabbing take-out, or dining outdoors. The Senior Center in Central Park is dedicated to providing services to make your time at home a bit brighter.
This fall, we are happy to offer some of our same great classes and instructors, but in the comfort of your own home! The Senior Center in Central Park, in partnership with Huntington Beach Council on Aging, is excited to announce fun activities for fall.
- A Halloween drive-in experience.
- A winter concert with dinner for the holidays.
The Senior Center in a Box distribution will continue twice a month along with some other surprises!
To ensure you continue to be informed on all of these exciting activities, please check out our website at huntingtonbeachca.gov/sccp and follow us on Facebook. Registration for virtual classes begins Tuesday, August 25, at 7:30am.
We look forward with great eagerness to the day when we can welcome you back! Please contact the Senior Center in Central Park at 714-536-5600 for any questions you may have
Fall program registration begins August 25th
The fall issue of the SANDS hits mailboxes this week! Amidst the ever-changing nature of COVID-19, the Community Services Department has adopted new strategies to accept registrations given the changing landscape of recreational programming. To ensure classes can be offered in compliance with state and county guidance, the registration window for fall programming is as follows:
- Registration for all in-person activities opens six (6) days before the class begins at 7:30am.
- Registration for all online activities opens Tuesday, August 25, at 7:30am.
- Registration for all events opens thirty (30) days before the date of the event.
The fall SANDS is available online now. Registration will be accepted online at hbsands.org, or by mail-in/drop-box to City Hall. For questions, please call the Community Services Department at 714-536-5486.