Activities

A Clubhouse for Seniors
Come visit us at the Clubhouse!  You’ll be able to enjoy a variety of activities including card playing, tile board games, monthly game tournaments, lectures, exercise classes, craft classes and movies.  This is a great place to meet new friends!  No need to make a reservation for this great drop-in program.

Fee:  Free!     Location:  Lake Forest Community Center (25550 Commercentre Dr)

For more info:  Call the City of Lake Forest at 461-3450 or contact Brenda Silvey via e-mail at bsilvey@lakeforestca.gov

B-I-N-G-O & FREE Hot Lunch provided by the City of Lake Forest every Thursday! 

Seniors                        On-going                     Thursday              10:00 am – 2:00 pm   

Drop-In Computer Lab Hours
Feel free to stop by the Training Room to check your e-mail, practice surfing the net, or practice your computer skills to improve your proficiency.  Throughout the year, the Training Room is used for in-house staff training so availability may be limited at certain times.  Please note: There is no instructor on-site.

Fee: Free!     Location: Lake Forest Community Center, Computer Lab (25550 Commercentre Dr)
Drop-In Computer Lab is On-going:    Monday-Thursday   10:00 am to 2:00 pm
(On Wednesdays, the lab opens at 11:00 am)

Crafty Crafters  
The Senior Scene Clubhouse offers Crafty Crafters once a month on Tuesdays.   Past crafts have included tote bags, gift/holiday cards, decorative soaps, birdhouses, floral pots and much, much more.  Come and find out what you’ll be creating next!  The only thing you need to bring is your imagination!    Please call 461-3408 and reserve your space for this very popular program.  Look in the Senior Scene Clubhouse Calendar for dates and times!   

Fee:  Free!     Location:  Lake Forest Community Center, Activities Room (25550 Commercentre Dr)

Young At Heart ~Lake Forest Seniors Reading Circle
The Young At Heart~Lake Forest Seniors Reading Circle meets once a month and discusses fiction and non-fiction books they’ve read...it’s a time to share your point-of-view as well as listen to others’ interpretations.  The City provides snacks for you to enjoy during the book discussion.  No need to sign-up!  Drop by the Senior Clubhouse afterwards and enjoy a free hot lunch and Bingo. 

Book Discussion Location:  Lake Forest Community Center (25550 Commercentre Dr)

HICAP-Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program
Nobody likes dealing with health insurance.  When we’re ill, the last thing we want to worry about is what’s covered.  Health costs can be staggering, and just about everyone worries about what the future will hold as our health declines. 

What is Medicare?  What does it cover?  Am I eligible?  How do I sign-up? Who could possibly help me figure all this out without trying to sell me something I don’t need?

HICAP CAN HELP YOU!   HICAP is a volunteer-supported program that provides free counseling and educational services for older adults and their families.  You can arrange for an individual counseling appointment with a HICAP counselor to get the most current information available to help you find your way through the maze of health insurance regulations and coverage.  If you want to know what benefits and services you’re entitled to and how the health care system works, call and make an appointment.

Through working with a HICAP counselor, you will get unbiased  information to help you make the best choices for your individual health care needs as HICAP counselors cannot sell, endorse, or recommend any specific insurance.

 HICAP can help you understand: 

1        Your rights as a health care consumer
2        Medicare benefits, including how to appeal Medicare and HMO denials
3        Medicare and health insurance jargon
4        Private Medicare supplemental health insurance policy benefits and exclusions
5        HMOs and how they work including emergency assistance with denials
6        Long-term care insurance

To make an appointment, please call 461-3408 and leave your name and phone number.  Appointments are available from 10:00 am-2:00 pm on the second Tuesday of each month.