PALMDALE – The City of Palmdale’s Legacy Commons for Active Seniors will host a Resource Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday, April 25 at Legacy Commons, located at 930 East Avenue Q-9 in Palmdale.
“We’re pleased to be able to provide our active seniors with the opportunity to learn more about issues that are important to them and the organizations and agencies that are available for help and information,” said Palmdale’s Recreation Coordinator Jennifer Tallakson. “Everything from health and wellness, to housing and transportation, to leisure activities and more will be represented.”
Participating organizations include:
- Department of Social Services
- The Housing Rights Center
- Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health
- The Braille Institute
- Antelope Valley Committee on Aging
- Antelope Valley Transit Authority
- High Desert Medical Group
- AV Chiropractic Health Center
- Bankers Life & Causality Company
- First City Credit Union
- Mayflower Gardens Retirement Community
- Rancho Village
- A.V. Seniors Network/AARP/CARA AARP Chapter 2195
- It Works Global Independent Distributor
- Halley-Olsen-Murphy Funerals and Cremations
- Assemblyman Steve Fox
- Waste Management
- Legacy Commons Advisory Board
- City of Palmdale (Library SAVES – South Antelope Valley Emergency Services, Palmdale Playhouse, and Public Safety & Community Relations)
- Anthem Blue Cross Walgreens
- Americana Referral Services
- Pro Care Hospice
- Parkinson’s Support Group
- Social Security Office
- Dignity Memorial
Legacy Commons for Active Seniors, Palmdale’s newest award-winning recreation facility, was designed especially for active adults, aged 55+. Amenities include an auditorium with stage, three classrooms, billiards room, TV/social nook, Wi-Fi and outdoor patio in over 14,000 square feet.
Lawn games include bocce, croquet, fling golf and horseshoes (drop-in and pick-up game equipment at the front desk). Visitors are invited to pick up a detailed schedule of activities. Legacy Commons is also available for event rentals.
For more information, call 661-267-5904.