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Davis Senior Center
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Phone
530-757-5696
530-758-0463 FAX
530-757-5666 TDD
Email
seniorservices@cityofdavis.org
Address
646 A Street, Davis, CA 95616
Center Hours
Monday – Friday
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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Center Update

Although the Senior Center remains closed, staff is eager to help so please contact the main office phone or email us if you have any questions or concerns. We encourage you to sign up for one or more of our free programs. These activities will help keep you connected with center friends and staff, as we often reserve the first few minutes before a program starts to say hello and “check-in.”

  See below for new Zoom programs!

Watch-Along Wednesday: John Lewis: Good Trouble

To honor the passing of the late civil rights’ leader and U.S. Representative John Lewis, tune-in through Zoom to watch the new documentary, John Lewis: Good Trouble. The 1 hour 36 minute documentary will be  shown in its entirety with a 10 minute intermission followed by a group discussion. RSVP to seniorservices@cityofdavis.org to receive a password to the viewing party. Wednesday, August 19 at 12:30 p.m.


Virtual Vacation Bingo!

Join senior center staff on a virtual island for an exciting hour of vacation bingo using Zoom Friday, August 21 & 28 at 1:00 p.m. To register, contact the Senior Center at 530-757-5696 or email seniorservices@cityofdavis.org no later than August 20 and 27. Center staff will provide you with a link and password. Family and friends of all ages are invited.
How to Play: Download/print a blank bingo card here or create your own 5 X 5 square board. Fill in the spaces with your own set of lucky numbers. Follow the key below to make sure your letters and numbers are in the right column, and don’t forget to mark the center square as FREE. Be the first person to cover five of those squares in a vertical, horizontal, or diagonal row, shout “BINGO!” and staff will verify the numbers. Small prizes will be awarded and mailed to the winners.

B   #1-15    I    #16-30    N   #31-45    G   #46-60    O   #61-75       FREE SPACE  center square

Ukulele Lessons

The Senior Center offers free beginning and advanced beginning ukulele!
Beginning Ukulele I: Mondays, August 17 through September 14, 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. including a tuning tutorial Tuesday, August 18. (No class September 7.) Beginners will learn ukulele components, positioning, tuning and simple strumming. The C, C7, A minor, F, and G7 chords will be introduced.

Advanced Beginning Ukulele II: Tuesdays, August 25 through September 15, 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. This class is designed for students already comfortable with basic chords and tuning outlined in Beginning Ukulele I. The new chords introduced will include: Dm, D7, Em7, A, A7 and G. We will continue learning strumming basics as we play a variety of songs.

Classes are taught by volunteer Julie Silva. Students will receive song sheets with video links for practice. A donation of $2.00 for postage and materials is appreciated. Register no later than August 12 by emailing seniorservices@cityofdavis.org or calling the Senior Center at 530-757-5696

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Located at 646 A Street (corner of 7th and A)

Open Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (closed weekends and holidays)

To view a schedule of classes and activities, check out the latest issue of the Scene newsletter here.  Subscribe to the monthly Scene newsletter to find out about all the great activities and services available at the Davis Senior Center.

Contact Information
(530) 757-5696
(530) 758-0463 FAX
(530) 757-5666 TDD

seniorservices@cityofdavis.org

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