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. During the COVID-19 pandemic all classes will be held online only through Zoom. Programs can include exercise classes, bridge, computer classes, book discussion groups, and more. Senior Programs are open to all City of Westlake Village residents aged 55 and over. Non-residents and non-seniors pay an additional fee. Click below to view our current class schedule.
Fall 1 Virtual Senior Recreation Classes
The City of Westlake Village Senior Recreation Programs are offered in cooperation with the Conejo Recreation and Park District. Please call 805-375-1003 with any questions about registration or class availability. Mail registration forms to the Dos Vientos Center, 4801 Borchard Rd., Newbury Park, CA 91320. Classes are held online through ZOOM links that will be provided by the instructors before the start of class.
- Online, phone, and Mail-In Registration will begin on 8/24.
- You will not have access to online registration until 9:00 a.m.
- You will have to register via phone 805-375-1003 to receive the in-district rate.
For more information or to register online, please visit WWW.CRPD.ORG.
Looking for Other Senior Activities?
Senior Concerns lecture series
Join Senior Concerns for their "Path to Positive Aging" Lecture Series! Now held virtually once or twice a month. For more information about Senior Concerns visit their 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 (during the school year) 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.