The Community Center offers a variety of interesting and healthy programs, events and activities for people 60 years of age and over. More than one in four of Valley residents are in this age bracket – the fastest growing demographic in our community.

Older Adults Needs Assessment

If you are 50 years or older we want to hear from you to help us develop services and programs that meet your needs.

Please fill out our Older Adults Needs Assessment here.

Contact Julie Young at for more information.

San Geronimo Valley and Nicasio Senior Cash Financial Assistance

The purpose of our cash financial assistance program for seniors aged 60 and above is to alleviate the sustained hardships endured as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. This program adopts a guaranteed cash assistance model, providing much-needed financial support for a duration of six months. By implementing this targeted support, we aim to enhance the financial security of seniors, fostering resilience and stability as they navigate the lingering economic repercussions of the pandemic.

This program reflects our commitment to addressing the unique challenges faced by seniors, recognizing their invaluable contributions to society, and promoting their well-being during this unprecedented period.

Contact Julie Young for more information.

Fill out the application here.

Senior Stroll

Start the day with some easy activity and meet new friends in the process! Meet at the San Geronimo Valley Commons (meet at the Community Gym) and take a stroll through our beautiful open space along accessible, paved walking paths. Let’s get moving!

Friday mornings at 9:30 a.m.

Elders Advisory Council

The San Geronimo Valley Elders Advisory Council is a gathering of individuals and representatives of organizations that identify and address the needs of elders of the San Geronimo Valley and Nicasio through coordination, advocacy, trusted advising and agreed upon actions. The Elders Advisory Council inspires connections, builds community, and creates opportunities for meaningful engagement.

Third Wednesday of the month from 2-3:30 pm

Valley Room

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Senior Lunch

The Senior Lunch offers a healthy and nutritious meal for residents 60+ while also creating a social hub for connections and activities. The Senior Lunch is a nexus point where Seniors can gain access to resources and referrals, learn about upcoming events, and make new friends.

Participants are required to fill out an intake form prior to attending their first lunch. Intake forms are available on site at the Community Center.

Mondays 12pm-2pm

West Room

Check out this months menu

Senior Tea & Cookies Gathering

Directly following the Senior Stroll meet us in the West Room at the Center and gather for a casual get together of tea and coffee, healthy snacks, and cookies. During the gathering the Center often curates interesting presentations from local organizations to connect seniors to important resources in the community.

First and third Fridays of the month at 11:00 a.m.

West Room and West Portico

Senior Social

Directly following the Tea & Cookies, Seniors connect for lively conversation and a variety of games and activities. There is lots of fun to be had - Apples to Apples, Scrabble, knitting, and more!

First and third Fridays of the month following the Senior Tea.

West Room

Growing Old Gracefully Support Group

Growing Old Gracefully is a senior peer counseling group that with the help of volunteer facilitators supports senior members of our community as they sort through the transitions and realities of aging that we all face: the loss of independence and control, isolation, and declining physical health. This group is limited to 10 Seniors. To join the waitlist, please contact Julie Young at

Tuesdays from 10 - 11:30 a.m.

Senior Fieldtrips

Monthly field trips to local museums, parks, and performances. Transit provided by the Community Center van. Senior Field Trips will be listed on our upcoming events calendar, check out what is upcoming here.


Senior LGBT Support Group

The Community Center hosts a monthly support group that LGBT identifying Seniors can join. Facilitator Bill Blackburn creates an inclusive, open, and safe space for LGBT Seniors to share and connect.

The last Tuesday of the month at 12:30 p.m.

For more information please call 415-450-5339 for Bill Blackburn

West Room

“All Things Library”

Monthly visits from Marin County Free Library staff providing all types of library services including library cards, downloading library apps, and tutorials on accessing digital services.

Monthly during the Senior Tea

Exercise Classes

Continuing to move and remain physically active is key to maintaining a healthy lifestyle as you age. Each week we offer FREE classes like Chair Yoga, Exercise for Altercockers and Senior Tai Chi.

Exercise for Altercockers happens on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4 - 5: 15 pm. Chair Yoga happens at 11:15 on Mondays before the senior lunch. Tai Chi happens on Fridays from 9:30 - 10:30 am