Get Up & Go
The PJCC offers older adults transportation to appointments, such as medical, dental, shopping, hair dressing, banking, etc. - $6 round-trip.
Call 650.378.2716 for more information.
For more information, please contact:
Adult & Older Adult Department
- Phone: 650.378.2722
Programs | Older Adults | PJCC
Social Activities and Events
On alternating Wednesdays, Get Up & Go provides transportation service from your home to events at the PJCC. Enjoy quality programs, entertaining activities and low-cost lunches.
Pursue interests, discover hobbies and engage with others while enjoying social amenities such as:
- Live music programs
- Seminars on various topics such as Safety, Medicine, health
- Current events discussions/lectures with visiting experts or politicians
- Documentary films including discussions with filmmakers
- Traveling theater companies and guest speakers
- Intergenerational activities
Take a look at our Get Up & Go brochure.
Get Up & Go: Italian-American Accordian Tunes
Join accordian player, Gabi Doru, as he plays familiar Italian and American pieces for his debut performance at the PJCC! Registration required.
Get Up & Go: Reminisce About the Good Ole Days!
Join local singer and entertainer, Preciosa Alvarez-Ramos as she brings us songs from the 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s. Her upbeat performance includes genres of jazz, ballads, and Latin-style music. Preciosa will perform songs from the likes of Patti Page, Patsy Cline, Doris Day, Connie Francis, Natalie Cole, Barbara Streisand, Diana Ross, Whitney Houston, and many more! Registration required.
Get Up & Go: Sing Along with Scott Holiday!
Singer/guitarist Scott Holiday plays a lively variety of songs in different genres, including pop, jazz, country, rock, The Beatles and more. A little something for everybody! Registration required.
How to be a Successful Solo-Ager
Are you a 'solo-ager?' That's a contemporary name for people over 60 who don't have either a spouse or children, or whose families are geographically remote. Because older adults often rely upon their adult children to help with the routine tasks of daily life, being a solo-ager presents a special set of challenges. And at least 20% of baby boomers fall into this category - double previous generations! To help you plan for success as a solo-ager, the PJCC has created a new program featuring discussion, tips and techniques for successfully navigating this period in life. Subjects will include ways to substitute for the support children typically give parents and preparations solo agers are advised to make while in their active years. Anyone interested is requested to attend the kick-off meeting on Sunday, May 7 or call Betty Burr at 650.378.2698 for more information.