Highlighting Health Resources for Senior Residents – Orange County Register
Active fair on health and resources for the elderly.
The City of Anaheim’s Active Older Adult Program will host its annual Health and Resource Fair on May 14.
The fair will offer information and resources for seniors in addition to health screenings, classroom demonstrations and entertainment.
The event is free and will run from 9 a.m. to noon at the Downtown Anaheim Community Center, 250 E. Center St.
For more information, call 714-765-4511.
Health fair planned
The Anaheim Family YMCA presents a health and wellness fair on May 1.
The day will include massage therapy, community resources, free trial classes for youth and adults, face painting and crafts, giveaways and more.
The fair will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Community Complex, 1422 W. Broadway. For more information, call 714-635-9622.
Spring craft shop
The Anaheim Senior Citizens Club will feature a Spring Craft Shop on May 14 at the Downtown Anaheim Community Center, 250 E. Center St.
The boutique from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. will feature jewelry, accessories, art, decor and more. Pastries will also be available.
Bring the family for a fun experience. For more information, call 714-765-4510.
Golf to support Sainte-Catherine
Sainte-Catherine Academy will host its 31st annual golf invitation on May 9th.
The day of fun on the private course at Hacienda Golf Club in La Habra Heights will support the Anaheim Academy, which is a Catholic school that also has a military tradition. This year’s recipients are Bill and Jean O’Connell.
For more information on registration, call 714-772-1363.
Helping a Child Go to Camp
The 20th Annual Alden Esping Putting Classic will be held May 14 at the Anaheim Family YMCA. This year, the event pays tribute to the Cozza family.
The putting classic, which helps raise money to send kids to camp, will take place at Golfers’ Paradise in Fullerton.
For more information, visit ymcacamp2022.givesmart.com.
Keeping Anaheim Clean
The volunteer group, Green Bird Anaheim, is once again busy cleaning up neighborhoods together.
Her next scheduled cleanse is April 30. Meet at 10 a.m. at the Rosewood Barber Café, 135 W. Broadway, for help. Invite your neighbors too. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Muzeo presents the creator’s project
The Muzeo museum and cultural center offers the possibility of sharing art with the museum through its Creator’s Block project.
You can pick up a 6 x 6 inch wooden panel free of charge from Muzeo’s reception and return your completed art panel before May 8th. There are no rules on what you create in your panel.
There will be an art sale from 3-5pm on May 15th to purchase the original artwork, all proceeds will go to support the Muzeo’s unique community programs.
Currently also exhibited, “Dialogues with the Sacred” by Hyun Ae Kang. After visiting the exhibition, you can create your own painting in the traditional Korean Danaekhwa art style. The exhibition lasts until May 15.
For more information, visit the website at muzeo.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anaheim Utilities hosts their annual WaterSmart Landscape Award program.
The competition is open to Anaheim residents and businesses who have established California landscapes that excel in sustainable design, plant selection, water use efficiency and creativity.
The deadline for submission is April 30. For more information on rules and guidelines, visit anaheim.net/WaterSmartLandscape.
Plans for grapes and cereals
The Rotary Club of Anaheim presents its fourth annual Grapes & Grains.
The May 19 event will feature wine, beer, a gourmet reception and a silent auction. All the fun is planned at the Anaheim Grove.
Learn more about the club online at anaheimrotary.org.
Artistic activities for families
The 30th Anaheim Children’s Festival is coming to Pearson Park.
Mark your calendars for May 21. More than 50 art booths, all with free activities for kids and their families, will be on site from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Entertainment will be offered throughout the day.
If you want to have fun and have a booth at the event, call Andrea at 714-815-3885.
Celebrate Anaheim’s History
Open house tours are offered at the Mother Colony House.
It is the 165th anniversary of the historic house which has been preserved to show what life was like in the early days of the town. It is now part of Founders Park, 400 N. West St.
Tours are available the first Saturday of each month from 9 a.m. to noon.
SoCalGas has support available
You may be eligible for one-time assistance to pay your natural gas bill.
The Gas Relief Fund provides financial assistance to customers who need help paying their natural gas bill. You could receive a one-time grant for the amount of your bill, up to $100.
Visit socalgas.com/GAF to see if you are eligible and how to apply.
Anaheim High School Alumni Breakfasts
The Anaheim Alumni Breakfast will now meet the first Saturday of every month at Mr D’s in Placentia.
Breakfast starts at 9:00; the next one is scheduled for May 7. The cost of the full buffet breakfast is $18.
Be sure to RSVP to Geri McGuff at email@example.com.
Andrea Manes shares Anaheim community events and news with neighbors. If you have an event to share, contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or 714-815-3885.