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Special Events and Workshops

  • Remarkable Women Adventurers: Friday, May 11th from 1pm‐2:30pm
    For all of you who were told that adventures were for boys only, we invite you to join us to learn more about Remarkable Women Adventurers who lived life to the fullest – and then some. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn more about women ‐ particularly those whom history may have overlooked but are worthy of our attention and respect. Each month, Remarkable Women will take a new sphere of influence and feature women, both past and present, who excelled in their respective fields and made an impact on the world. Registration fee, $9/class. Space is limited, reserve your space in advance. Presented by Marie Taylor.

  • Take Me Out to the Ball Park River Cats: Tuesday, May 15. Join friends from Hart Senior Center for a day at Raley’s Baseball Field in West Sacramento to see the River Cats . Tickets include transportation at 10:30 a.m. from the Hart Center, group seats (in the shade), and a food voucher. The return trip to Hart will be at approximately 4pm. Limited seats are available and advance registration is required. Tickets are priced at $28. Sign up by visiting or calling the reception desk at Hart Center.

  • Large Print Voter Registration Guide: We are pleased to have copies of the large print version of the official California Voter Information Guide for the June 5, 2018 election. Available for check‐out at the front desk.

2018 Workshops: 

  • Adventures in Art w/ Marie Taylor: "Need A New Perspective?" featuring The Art of Marc Chagall: Friday, May 4, 1p-3p. Cost: $10/lesson

  • Books with Hart: Special Event - Book Reading, Discussion and Signing of her book "Tiger Fish: A Memoir of South Vietnamese Colonel's Daughter" with Author Hoang Chi Truong- Copies available beginning Friday, April 6th at Hart Center reception desk. Monthly book discussion May 4th 10a-11:30p (If All Copies Are Gone You Can Still Attend the Discussion and Signing)

  • Writing for Self-Discovery w/ Latifu Munirah: "Making Intuition Work"- Friday May 11th 10a-12p

  • Senior Rally Day: Tuesday, May 8th 10a-3p

  • TAIKO Drumming w/Kristy Oshiro: Beginning Lessons-Mondays, MAY 7, 14, & 21. 3:45p-4:45p Cost $30/3 Lessons

  • TAIKO Drumming w/Kristy Oshiro: Intermediate Lessons-Wednesdays, MAY 2, 9, 16, & 23. 3:45p-4:45p Cost $40/4 Lessons

  • New Spin on Poetry Appreciation: Reading the Greats of the 20th Century! Fourth Fridays, 1pm‐2:45pm Join us on Friday, May 25th as we turn our exclusive focus to The New York Times has described Mary Oliver “as far and away, this country’s best‐selling poet.” Why? Because her poetry is direct and accessible; she speaks to the hearts of her readers. Best known for her poignant observances of the natural world, Oliver was influenced by Walt Whitman and Henry David Thoreau and has often been compared to Emily Dickinson. She has won both the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize. Now 83 years old, Mary Oliver is one of America’s living national treasures. No experience necessary, everyone is welcome! No critiques, no tests, no sweat – just poetry. Join us while we read and discuss Mary Oliver’s poetry in a friendly, relaxed setting. $6/class. Sign up in advance by visiting or calling the Hart Center.