Senior recreation Programs
The City of Westlake Village offers Senior Recreation programs in the Community Room at the Westlake Village Civic Center and the Westlake Village Library. Programs include exercise classes, bridge, computer classes, and book discussion groups. Senior Programs are open to all City of Westlake Village residents aged 55 and over at $10 per 4 or 8-week class. Non-residents and non-seniors pay an additional fee.
Registration for Spring 2020 is now open. Classes begin March 16, 2020. Links below:
Residents may register three weeks prior to the start of each new term. Non-seniors and non-residents may register one week prior to the start of the new term.
Online registration is available through the Conejo Recreation and Park District website. Online and mail-in registration will not be available until 9 a.m. on the start date. Telephone registration will not be available until 9:30 a.m.
Looking for Other Senior Activities?
Senior Concerns lecture series
"Transforming Your Relationship with Food" on Thursday, March 18, 2020 from 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. in Council Chambers, located at 31200 Oak Crest Drive, Westlake Village 91361.
Join us for a free lecture to discuss the causes and remedies for a dysfunctional relationship with food. Learn about what supports the metabolism and what does not. Gain new insights, attitudes, and strategies to change your relationship with food. For more information about Senior Concerns please contact Community Educator, MaeRetha Franklin Coleman, at (805) 381-1290 or visit the Senior Concerns website at www.seniorconcerns.org.
The City has recently launched a senior sub-committee that is helping to gather information on expanding offerings to our seniors. Currently, they are seeking information through an online survey which will take five minutes or less by clicking here. Hard copies of the surveys are also available in the City Hall lobby. If you are interested in joining the sub-committee please contact Taylor Pineda, Community Services Coordinator at 818-706-1613.
Community Tech help Club
Need help with your technological devices? Not sure how to get a snap chat account? Did you know that the City co-sponsors a free service to assist seniors or any resident that may need help, twice a month on Tuesdays at Agoura High School’s Media Center from 3:30-5:30 pm. Click here for more info and the schedule. Formerly known as the Senior Genius Club.