Special Events & Activities
The San Dimas Senior Citizen/Community Center provides access to entertaining monthly special events and socials that engage older adults looking to add further fun to their daily activities. Prices may vary.
Monthly Themed Dinners: There is nothing quite like enjoying a delicious meal with family and friends in a festive atmosphere. Join us for a night of camaraderie, live entertainment, and raffles! Ticket prices subject to change.
Monthly Themed Happy Hour: Join the fun as we enjoy light snacks, mock tails and raffle prizes! Join us on the second Thursday of every month from 3pm-4pm.
Bingo: The San Dimas Senior Citizens Club invites you to a rousing afternoon of Bingo every Tuesday in the Plummer Community Building.
Night Club 440: Dance the night away to live bands in the company of friends and delicious refreshments! The dances the 4th Wednesday of the month. Please contact 909-394-6290 for more details.
Bunko: Enjoy an exciting game where your luck changes with every roll of the dice! Bunko fee includes games, light lunch, refreshments, and prizes. Bunko is bi-monthly on the last Thursday of the month.
Seminars, Screenings & Services
Through a multi-agency effort, the San Dimas Senior Citizen/Community Center provides access to workshops, screenings, and services that benefit the community in various ways. Below is a list of ongoing services. Click here for a current schedule and additional times:
AARP Drive Safety: All drive safety classes are $15.00 per person for AARP members and $20.00 for non-members. Pre-registration is required. Sponsored by AARP.
AARP Driver Safety Express Course: Pre-requisite: Completion of AARP Driver Safety within the last three years.
Attorney Service: Free legal consultation. Appointments required. Appointments are every third Friday of the month. Sponsored by Attorney Howard Hawkins.
Blood Pressure: No appointment necessary. First come, first served. Screenings are every second Wednesday monthly. Sponsored by the American Red Cross.
Bereavement Buddies: This free peer-to-peer support group deals with the process of bereavement by sharing individual experiences in a compassionate and respectful environment. The group meets every second and fourth Tuesday of the month.
YWCA Case Management: The goal is to provide high-quality, cost-effective and custom tailored services that enable and empower seniors. Services include urgent care management, outreach, education, nutrition through congregate dining and home-delivered meals, transportation assistance, telephone reassurance, and linkages with other support and services. Provided by YWCA San Gabriel Valley.