HBCOA 714.374.1524 • SENIOR CENTER IN CENTRAL PARK 714.536.5600 •  HOAG HEALTH & WELLNESS PAVILION 714.374.1578 • TRANSPORTATION 714.374.1742

Monthly Events


Social, Community and Holiday Events for 2020

Huntington Beach Council on Aging offers an array of social activities, and events designed to make an Active Aging lifestyle fun and enjoyable. The list is the most current events we have to offer. Check back again for more exciting events coming soon.


“The Hoag Health and Wellness Pavilion" is currently closed. Outdoor classes have resumed at the Center's patio. Visit hbsands.org for updated class information. 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. 

2021 Events

The Wellness Pavilion

Happy February Wellness Pavilion members. I hope that you’re off to a healthy and safe start to 2021. At this time there is no update on the gym. We are still closed per the State’s requirements. As soon as Orange County is given the green light to allow fitness centers to re‐open, we will do so. In the mean time, we are working on instructional videos that will be shared on YouTube, we are regularly sharing exercise videos on our Facebook page, and we also are offering a few outdoor classes here at the Senior Center. I encourage you to follow our Facebook page for all of the latest updates and neat shares. All memberships have been extended for the duration of our closure. I wish you all a heart healthy March and on behalf of all of the wellness staff, we hope to see you soon!

Check the Facebook page for updates: https://www.facebook.com/seniorcenterincentralpark/

Check the YouTube page for updates:


Food Distribution Notice Effective Immediately

Due to low food availability our 2nd Friday Food Distribution each month may be cancelled. Please call the Senior Center front desk at 714-536-5600 to verify the availability for pick-up each month.

Hoag Livestreams In March

Depression, Anxiety & Memory
Wednesday 3/3/21 @ 1:30 PM

Improving Your Strength & Stability
Thursday 3/4/21 @ 10:00 AM

Cardio And Core
Monday 3/15/21 @ 10:00 AM

How To Prevent A Stroke
Tuesday 3/16/21 @ 1:30 PM


Senior Center In A Box Spring Recreation Kit (March 18)

Spring and Easter are just around the corner. With that in mind, this months at home recreation kit will include all the supplies you need to make two fun bunny crafts. The first activity is a festive Bunny Block, perfect for a table decoration or a lovely front door accoutrement. The kit will include the paint, the block, and accent pieces to make your own unique bunny. The second activity is a fun Bunny Bunting. What better way to liven up a room, wall, or mantle at your home than with some cute and springy bunny rabbit bunting. The kit will include decorative cardstock, a cutout template and twine to make a festive wall hanging. You will be ready for Spring and Easter in no time and have some creative fun and laughs in the process.

The kits will be handed out on Thursday, March 18th in front of the senior center from 12pm-2pm in a drive-thru no contact fashion. If you are unable to drive-thru at that time, please contact the front desk at 714-536-5600 and make arrangements to pick-up a kit at an alternative date and time. A suggested donation of $5 per kit is appreciated to help support the program and continue with fun and interactive activities at home. Donations are not required, but are greatly appreciated. Staff will be outside handing out the kits, waving and happy to see all of you.

2020 Single-Day & Multi-Day "TOURS"

Special Travel, Trips and Tours

We had to cancel the remainder of our 2020 HBCOA day trips and the 2021 Rose Parade due to the unprecedented COVID-19 global pandemic.

While we cannot predict when our day tours will resume, we will not resume the HBCOA travel program until it is safe to do so according to guidelines set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local public health experts.

Thank you for your understanding, patience, and trust as we continue to face this challenging situation.

Stay safe and be well.

Thanks for your ongoing support of the travel program.