As the weather warms up, trees grow, flowers bud and bulbs produce bright colors and there’s a natural urge to come out of hibernation and for many of us to start getting our hands dirty. While gardening can be a great form of exercise and stress relief, it can also improve your cardiovascular health. And now that the weather is getting warmer, we’ve put together 5 fun activities to keep you active.

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Highlights for April

Game Room graphic

Game Room

South Berkeley Senior Center
Free Daily, Monday - Friday
12 - 4:30pm
2939 Ellis Street, Berkeley

Nurse checking a patient's blood pressure.

Free Blood Pressure Screening

4/11 (2nd Wednesdays)
Richmond Annex Senior Center, 10am - 12pm
5801 Huntington Ave., Richmond
(510) 620-6812

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Rumba Party, Afro Cuban Drums, Dances

Free 4/7 & 4/21
(1st & 3rd Sundays @ 3:30pm)
La Pena Cultural Center,
3105 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley

Playful senior couple at weakly flea market - Concept of active elderly with mature man and woman having fun and shopping in the old town - Happy retirement moments on a warm vintage nostalgic look

Treasure Chest Thrift Shop
Every Tuesday & Friday

Sorensdale Recreation Center,
Room 9
From 10am - 3:30pm
275 Goodwin St., Hayward
(510) 881-6778

Delivery Concept - Handsome African American delivery man carrying package box of grocery food and drink from store. Isolated on Grey studio Background. Copy Space.

Mercy Brown Bag Food Program

Free (2nd & 4th Friday) 4/12 & 4/27
Hayward Area Senior Center 1-2pm
22325 North 3rd Street, Hayward

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