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Pleasanton Senior Center closed for repairs

Popular center, lunch program will re-open July 8

The popular Pleasanton Senior Center is closed for a short period for routine maintenance, re-opening July 8 with its regularly scheduled programs.

During the closure period, the lunch program offered at the center will be closed. However, the Senior Meal Program at Ridge View Commons will be open for dinner and seniors are encouraged to attend this program. For more information and to make a reservation, call (925) 484-5131.

All of the regularly scheduled exercise classes held at the Senior Center will be offered at the Veterans Memorial Building at 301 Main St. during the closure.

Over the course of the closure the senior center will be painted, get a deep cleaning, have the carpets cleaned, the lighting checked, and other routine maintenance. Because the center also functions as a busy community center on weekends, such maintenance is regularly scheduled to keep it in good condition for all public use.

The Pleasanton Senior Center offers more than 25 classes each week, as well as the administration of the popular Pleasanton Paratransit Program, which provides a door-to-door shared ride and a fixed route same day transportation service for eligible Pleasanton and Sunol residents (70 years of age and older and those that are Americans With Disabilities Act certified).

On a monthly basis the center also offers a variety of exercise classes including Zumba Gold, tai chi and yoga, free movies, a lecture series, tea time socials, an inter-generational reading program, a computer users group, a photo club, a Newcomer's Welcome, and games including contract bridge, bocce and Mah-Jong.

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