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Alhambra Senior Outings to Hollywood Bowl, Ventura, San Manuel Casino, and more

The Senior Outings Program will provide Alhambra seniors with a ride and walking tour of the Hollywood Bowl and Universal City Walk on March 9. The tour will be leaving Alhambra at 9 a.m. and returning by 5 p.m. There will also be a March 23 senior outing to Downtown Ventura and its art galleries, book stores, coffee houses, and boutiques. The tour leaves Alhambra at 8:30 a.m. and returns at 4:30 p.m. Each outing requires a $12 fee (lunch not included). Seniors wishing to participate in either outing must register for the outing at Joslyn Center on Tuesday, Feb. 7.

Future senior outings include trips to:Ojai on April 12 – register on March 6.San Manuel Casino on April 27 – register on March 6.Gardens of the World and the Lakes on May 17 – register on April 3.Shoreline Village on May 25 – register on April 3.Santa Monica on Farmer's Market Day on June 13 – register on May 1.Huntington Beach on June 22 – register on May 1.

Call (626)570-5056 for a chance to participate in February outings to  (registration was last month) to Downtown Riverside on Thursday, Feb. 9 and/or Cabazon Outlets and Morongo Casino on Friday, Feb. 24.

Registration details are in the city of Alhambra Leisure Activities guide, available at www.cityofalhambra.org.

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