East Bay Senior Independent, May 2018

Winter calls for hearty meals that provide our bodies with the energy needed to keep us warm. But as the season changes and the weather becomes milder, we don’t need our bodies to work so hard. This means we should choose lighter meals with fresh flavours. Meal planning is a great way to save money while making sure you have a tempting variety of food to keep you on track to eating healthier.

Say yes to more experiences:
When you feel that spark of curiosity or desire to give something a try – do. Saying yes a little more to those experiences may bring a touch of creativity to familiar days. It may end up giving you some of the best experiences of your life, all because you said ‘yes’.

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Highlights for May

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Oakland Museum of California

Free on 5/6 1st Sundays,
11am – 5pm (510) 318-8400
1000 Oak St., Oakland
BART: Lake Merritt, Bus #18, #88

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Oakland Asian Cultural Center

Free 1st Fridays on 5/4
Art, Performance, & Games 6-8pm
388 9th St., Oakland 
(510) 637-0455. BART: 12th Ave.,
City Center

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Game Room

Free Daily, Monday – Friday
South Berkeley Senior Center
2939 Ellis Street, Berkeley

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Treasure Chest Thrift Shop
Every Tuesday & Friday

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

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Movie in the Park

Free on 5/4 @ 7pm
Star Wars: A New Hope
Refugio Valley Park, Hercules

More events listed May’s East Bay Independent




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