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Online Community Events

Since we can’t meet in person, we’ve established a way to stay connected while staying home!  Introducing the online event portal, where you can enjoy classes and activities from the comfort of home. These classes and workshops will cover health & wellness, music & entertainment, fitness & activities. Learn something new, stay active, or simply find new methods of entertainment. These events are updated weekly and open to everyone, all you have to do is RSVP! 

Bi-Monthly Book Club!

First Discussion: October 21st from 4-5 PM, Costumes Encouraged!

Second Discussion: November 4th from 4-5 PM!

Join UCI’s Dialogue Society in a discussion about our current book, Frankenstein by Mary Shelley!

Our first discussion will focus on Chapters 1-12  of the book! 

First Discussion October 21st from 4-5 PM, costumes encouraged!

Our second discussion will focus on Chapter 13 – the end of the book!

Second Discussion: November 4th from 4-5 PM!

It’s not necessary to complete the chapters to participate! Reach out for the virtual meeting information

Upcoming Events


Gentle Yoga for Healing
& Strengthening

Mondays, starting September 14: 10:00 -11:00 AM
Wednesdays, starting September 9, 10:00 -11:00 AM
Whether you’re new to yoga or a seasoned yogi, anyone can enjoy the benefi ts of a simple slow flow.

Certified instructor Kallie Klug leads breathing and meditation exercises so you can tap into your body’s natural healing capabilities. By working on functional flexibility and gentle strengthening, you’ll feel revived, strong, and relaxed.
Email Jennifer Payne, Monarch senior ambassador and she will send you a zoom link (click below)


Grow Your Gardening Skills

Your garden can always be at least a little bit better, whether you grow edibles or ornamentals or both. It doesn’t matter what your skill level is, or how much space you have available, you might just need a little help from the Orange County Great Park and UCCE Master Gardeners.
This workshop series cover interesting, timely topics including building raised bed gardens and planting edibles to attracting wildlife and adding beauty to the garden with roses. Classes will focus on how to help you with your gardening goals!

All classes are held on Zoom from 10:00 to 11:00 AM 

Tuesday,  September 8: Small Space Gardening

Tuesday, September 15: The Busy Vegetable Gardener

Tuesday, September 22: House Plants 

Tuesday, September 29: Herbs

Tuesday, October 6: Roses 101

Tuesday, October 13: Succulents

Email Jennifer Payne, Monarch senior ambassador, at least one day before class, and she will send you a zoom link (click below)

Session 1: Monday October 13 at 7:00 PM
Session 2: Monday, October 20, at 7:00 PM

To Kill A Mockingbird

The “Movie Guy” is back ! Theo Siegel presents educa-tional talks of classic films from the 1930’s to the late 1960’s. This online class will have two sessions. The first session will have a discussion using slides in a Pow-er Point presentation to illustrate the making of “To Kill a Mockingbird” in which we will talk about the director, casting, production, reception, and legacy of the film to-day. Then our students will have a week to watch the film on their own through various platforms where the film is available. Session two will take place a week later where we will have a discussion on the film and the reactions to it.

How to Sign Uo: Cost $10.00

To sign up, please email Theo below!

September 17th from 10 AM – 11:00
Free Live Zoom Workshop!

The Quarantine Dopamine Connection

Please join us if you can relate to the following: 

  • Low Grade Depression 
  • ADD, Focus or Memory Issues 
  • Low or Inconsistent Motivation 
  • Chronic Stiffness, Achiness & Pain 
  • Fatigue or excessive sleepiness 
  • Digestive Issues, constipation, GERD
  • Feeling like i is impossible to exercise or get moving 

In this Interactive Workshop, I’m going to speak from my personal and professional experience as a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapis, and Mindset Transformation Coach – Amy St. Hilaire, MA

Weekly Events

Every Tuesday 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM 

The brain is not a muscle but it can function as one. When we exercise it, our brain gets stronger. To keep it strong we need to keep challenging it regularly. Brain exercise includes training the following skills: memory reasoning, processing speed, concentration, logical sequencing, language, problem-solving and visual-spatial skills.

To Sign Up Please Call or Email Allyson Lehrich, LCSW

Phone: 714-356-7383

Monday – Friday 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
M-W-F 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Head to Toe Exercise!

This is a great class for all seniors at home! Helps to control your weight and make it easier to get a good night’s sleep! Join Arthritis Instructor, Cristina Stiefel for a class that reduces the pain that arthritis brings to the joints and body while standing or sitting at your own place!

To Sign Up Please Call Cristina Stiefel

Phone: 949-973-8973

Every Friday at 11:30 AM

Breath ATX Functional Breath Performance

Breath ATX is an integrated/whole system approach to health and healing. Utilizing evidence-based, research-based breathing techniques. Clinicians apply breath performance techniques to create individualized Breath ATX Programs based on evaluation findings.

To Sign Up Email Elizabeth:

Monday 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM
Wednesday 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM
Thursday 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM

Our Purpose: We are a community of people with Parkinson’s disease who have a desire to sing and explore the therapeutic value of music

Our Goals:
• To enhance and maintain vocal and physical skills through vocal exercise and movement
• To promote interaction and communication within the Parkinson’s com-munity: caregivers and family as well as patients.
• To share our music with others and promote a better understanding of Parkinson’s disease.
• There are no requirements for our group except an INTEREST! You don’t have to have a great voice to join or even any previous musical experience.
• The program is FREE to all participants
• Caregivers and families are invited to take part in rehearsals and perfor-mances

Every Friday at 11:30 AM

Weekly ATX Class!

Formerly at Florence Sylvester Senior Center – Exercise class focusing on: Strength Training, Stretching, Posture Retraining, Seated Balance, Core Work , Meditation & Breath Work

Breath ATX is an integrated/whole system approach to health and healing utilizing evidence-based, research-based breathing techniques. Clinicians apply breath performance techniques to create individualized Breath ATX Programs based on evaluation findings.

Do you have a class or program you think Orange County’s seniors would benefit from? We’d love to hear about it!

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