Our Mission

Activities & Calendars

Enjoy a diverse collection of classes, activities and events to delight and strengthen your mind, body and soul. For details about our offerings either click on a calendar icon below or simply scroll down the page for a listing of this month’s activities.


May

June
June 2016
Activities, Weekly Classes and Special Events Calendar

FUNDRAISERS

We're nearing the finish line of our Rally4Rianda Benefit Fund Drive. As most of you know, we had to cancel the Classic Car Show on Saturday, May 21st, due to rain showers. We were disappointed not to be able to enjoy the day with our friends and supporters, but classic cars like those are not fans of water.

Donations, however, are waterproof ...

May showers also bring rainbows … the Rally4Rianda Benefit Fund drive continues until May 31st! Thanks to those who have donated, and for those who haven't please check out our website www.riandahouse.org, drop by Rianda House at 1475 Main St., St. Helena, or call 963-8555.These donations are so important -- they are what allows us to offer enriching programs for UpValley older adults.

SHORT TERM CLASSES & WORKSHOPS

 
 
 

NEW WEEKLY ACTIVITIES

ARTS & LECTURES PROGRAMS

 
 
Kari Pramuk, mental health counselor from Napa County Comprehensive Services for Older Adults, will describe and discuss how clutter impacts daily living.

CALISTOGA ACTIVITIES

ConverSAYtions
1st and 3rd Fridays each month
June 3 and 17
10:00 - 11:30 am

Led by Toni Allegra and Dr. Jim Haslip
Explore & share ideas, stories, experiences and perspectives with others about a wide range of intriguing and mind-opening topics. A new topic each day. Drop-ins welcome!
Calistoga Community Center
1307 Washington Ave.
Co-sponsored by Rianda House and Calistoga Recreation Services.
Attendance is FREE.
 

Wednesday, June 15th
Pool Party!

Meet at Logvy Pool, 1745 Washington St., 11:00 am. Wear shorts or swim suit.

Wednesday, July 20th
"All About Calistoga" - Sharpsteen Museum Tour

Meet and Greet with Major Chris Canning and new City Manager Dylan Feik.

Wednesday, July 27th
"All About Nuts" with Allen Miluso from Napa Nuts

Diabetes Education.


To reserve your spot at lunch, call Elena Mendez (UVFC) at 341-3185.
Each month a different educational topic to support healthy aging is offered. A fun activity and a delicious lunch is also provided so RSVP's are required. Call Elena Mendez (UpValley Family Center) at 707-341-3185 to reserve your spot. Attendance is free!

COUNSELING & WELLNESS RESOURCES

 

Meet with a
Victim Services Advocate

2nd Tuesday of every month
June 14th
10:30 - noon
If you or someone you know is a victim of crime, scam, abuse or eviction, or in a crisis situation, Irma Luna from the Napa County District Attorney's Office can help! Meet with Irma, one-on-one, to gain understanding and referrals to appropriate assistance.
Drop-ins welcome. Direct Line: 707-299-1441
 
Medicare Benefits & Insurance Counseling Sessions with HICAP

3rd Tuesdays from 9 - noon
One-hour sessions
June 21st

Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program

HICAP offers FREE one-on-one consultations from a trained Medicare benefits and insurance specialist. Counselors do not recommend, endorse or sell private health insurance plans. Have your insurance cards ready before you call them for better assessment.
Call HICAP at 707-526-4108 to speak to a representative to schedule your May 17th appointment.

 

NUTRITIONAL MEALS

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

SAVE THE DATE - MAY 2016

Dimentia Conversations
Tips for Making Difficult Conversations Easier
Wednesday, July 13, 1:00 - 3:00 pm
Excursion to Spreckles Center:
The Kut-Ups, A Senior Musical Revue
Thursday, July 14, 10:30 am - 4:30 pm, $49

MISSION, HOURS & CONTACTS

RIANDA HOUSE SENIOR ACTIVITY CENTER
1475 Main Street, St. Helena, CA 94574
707-963-8555
Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
For more information email: info@riandahouse.org
or check out our website:
www.riandahouse.org

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OUR MISSION:

Rianda House Senior Activity Center is committed to providing
UpValley older adults with programs, support services and
experiences that stimulate minds, strengthen bodies and
promote independent living through
education, recreation and social involvement.

We are a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Corporation