Classes & Events

Join us for Waffle Wednesdays on the last Wednesday of each month @ 9am!

AARP Tax Preparation Program

The 2019 Tax Program Guidelines are as follows: Returns are prepared using IRS From 1040 and State of California Form 540.  All documents should be removed from envelopes and be in order before arriving for appointment.  Taxpayers must bring original W-2 and 1099 forms as well as any 2018 tax documents received from last year's taxes.  Social Security cards and birth dates must be provided for all taxpayers and dependents.  Social Security numbers must be provided for childcare providers.
Appointments must be made ahead by calling the AARP Tax Line (530) 763-3508.  AARP volunteers will begin taking appointments starting on December 1st.
Appointments Available: Thursdays & Fridays 9am, 10am, 11am & 12pm, February 6 through April 10.

Age Well, Drive Smart Senior Driver Education Class
Presented by CHP

Take part in the California Highway Patrol's (CHP) Age Well, Drive Smart senior driver education class.  Age Well Drive Smart was developed to assist senior drivers, 65 years of age and older, to continue to drive safely.  This is a FREE class taught by a CHP Officer and co-taught by a CHP volunteer.  The curriculum addresses such topics as aging and its effects on safe driving, maintaining good physical health, self-assessment, and more.  Please call 822-4608 to sign-up.

 Thursday, February 20
or Thursday, March 19

Living on Retirement Income and Basic Investment Education

Presented by Karen Kam, Financial Advisor, Edward Jones

Different types of retirement accounts will be discussed, along with when you can start taking distribution, which is retirement income, and how the distributions are taxed.  Learn more about the types of investments you can hold inside a retirement account.  These investments can be fixed income or equity investments.  Call 822-4608 to RSVP

Tuesday, March 10

Elder Law Basics and Power of Attorney
Presented by the Law Office of Hyatt-McIntire & Associates

Are you confused by the numerous legal documents that affect older adults?  Don't let a court appointed representative be responsible for making these important decisions on your behalf.  Join us for a presentation that covers which documents you and your family should consider for planning purposes as you age.  Take advantage of this seminar so you know your choices and have a say when it comes to elder law and power of attorney.  Space is limited, please call 822-4608 to reserve your spot.

Thursday, April 23

Eat Smart, Live Strong Workshop
Presented by Agency on Aging/Area 4

The Eat Smart, Live Strong is a four-series workshop designed to encourage older adults to increase their fruit and vegetable consumption to at least 3 1/2 cups (1 1/2 cup fruit and 2 cups vegetables) and to participate in at least 30 minutes of physical activity each day.   Sign-up by calling 822-4608.  Limited to the first 15 participants! 

Tuesdays: June 2nd, 9th, 16th & 23rd


Caseworkers Available

Caseworkers from Congressman Garamendi's office will be available to assist with federal agency issues such as IRS, veteran services, Medicare and immigration.

1st & 3rd Thursdays 12-2pm

Waffle Wednesdays

All are welcome to join us at the Senior Center for a fresh waffle breakfast. Learn about the programs and services offered at the Senior Center and get acquainted with others.

Last Wednesdays- 9am-10:30am


Yuba City Police First Fridays @ the Senior Center

Yuba City Police will have a booth set up with information on fraud prevention, current scams, the VOICE program, and other issues that our senior population might face.  YCPD will also have a drop off container for expired or unused medication.  Cannot accept needles or liquids.

First Fridays of each month 9am-11am


Blood Pressure Screening

It is important to check your blood pressure often if you have risk factors for high blood pressure.  Come to the Yuba City Senior Center once a month and have your blood pressure screened by Freedom Home Health & Hospice Services.  FREE SERVICE!

Wednesdays, 10am-11am
Mar 18, Apr 15, May 20, June 17


FREE Smartphone Help

tech help

Volunteer, Karen Kam,  will be available to help with iPhone and Android phones.  Get questions answered and help with troubleshooting. 

iPhone Class- 1st Wednesdays @ 11am
Android Class- 2nd Wednesdays @ 11am


Media Devices/Computers

Our instructor is available by appointment to help you with your  iPhone, iPad, Android, Tablet or Kindle.  Learn the basics on one of our computers, or bring your own laptop.

Fridays by appointment only, 9:30 or 10:30
 FEE:  $35 for 1 Hour

Caregiver Support Group
Every 4th Thursday of the month @ 2pm

Walking in the Fog

A group that hopes to support caregivers. 

You are a caregiver if you are involved in assisting others

with activities of daily living and/or medical tasks

whether paid or unpaid.


Approximately 43.5 million Americans were caregivers last year.


Caregiving can cause stress in many ways. 

TLC Specialists, Jody Kubis and Pam Epley are skilled supporters of those who grieve losses. 

They hope to provide you with the space and time to care for yourself with others who are also caregivers.


Making time for yourself as a caregiver can feel impossible. 

We invite you to find respite and relief during this monthly support group.


*The group will meet every 4th Thursday of the month at 2 pm at the Senior Center.

 Support group facilitated by Freedom Home Health & Hospice