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UPDATE June 8, 2020
 
The health and safety of our community remains top priority. Due to COVID-19, all picnic pads, recreation and athletic facilities/basketball courts/fields and playgrounds are CLOSED. Green space in all parks, tennis/paddle ball/pickleball courts, dog runs and some batting cages have opened. Please visit the Parks and Facilities page for more information.  
 
We encourage you to check out Healthy at Home for tips on how to stay active and recreate from the comfort of your own home. There are activities and classes for all ages.

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38th Annual Older Adult Health Fair

Join us for the 38th Annual Older Adults Health Fair! There will be several information booths and FREE health screenings including (subject to change):

  • “Ask the Care Manager"
  • Anemia
  • Blood Pressure
  • Body Fat Analysis
  • Bone Density
  • Chair Yoga
  • Chiropractic
  • Cholesterol
  • Glucose
  • Hearing
  • Low Vision Consultation
  • Lung Capacity
  • Oral Cancer Check
  • Pharmacy Review
  • Tai Chi Demonstration
  • Vision
  • Yoga Demonstration

DOPPLER TEST (Stroke Screening) $20
By appointment only.  Please call (310) 802-6177 Ext. 1112

Lunch will be served at 12:00 PM with lunchtime entertainment provided by Richard Bates. Bingo and door prizes are from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM.

Parking is available on Valley Drive and at the post office parking lot along the corner of Valley Drive and 15th Street. Guests may also park at American Martyrs Church parking lot (off of Laurel Ave.) and take the Dial-A-Ride shuttle to and from the health fair.

Transportation for residents of Manhattan Beach provided by DIAL-A-RIDE: (310) 545-3500
For more information, please contact the Parks and Recreation Department: (310) 802-5448

Please bring used eyeglasses and sunglasses to the Joslyn Center lobby desk. They will be repaired and recycled and given to someone who needs them.

Sponsored by:
City of Manhattan Beach and South Bay Family Health Care Center

Volunteer assistance provided by:
Manhattan Beach Kiwanis and Manhattan Beach Soroptimists

Download the 2016 Older Adults Health Fair flyer (PDF).

For more classes and activities offered by the Older Adults Program, please visit the Classes and Activities webpage. The Older Adults Program is always offering new events, workshops, lectures and bus trips specifically for older adults age 55+. For information on these events and trips, please visit the Upcoming Events or the Bus Trips webpage.

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