Here is a list of past events.

Senior Bike Ride

January 31, 2020

Join us for  fun, sunshine and tarmac!

Let’s get outdoors for a 10-mile ride once again on the beautiful Coyote Creek Bike Trail!  If you enjoyed our bike ride during our Healthy Aging Week last October, then you won’t want to miss riding with us again. 

All skill levels are welcome but  please make sure to  have a well-tuned bike so that we all make it home safely!

This ride will take place weather permitting. 


Older Adults 2nd Annual Bocce Ball Tournament

October 09, 2019

​Come and join the fun!  Whether you’re a pro, amateur, curious or just want to play for the first time, we invite you to come roll some balls!

Senior Bike Ride

October 08, 2019

Join us for fun, sunshine and tarmac! 

Let's get outdoors for a 10-mile ride as we kick off Healthy Aging Week in Morgan Hill.  Come enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Coyote Creek Trail and ride with our special guests, former Mayor Steve Tate and Specialized Bicycles! 

Special note: let's make this an enjoyable and safe ride.  Make sure to get your bikes inspected and tuned up to ensure that we all make it home safely! 

Rancho Canada del Oro Open Space Preserve Interpretive Hike

October 07, 2019

Join Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority Docent Ron Horii as he takes us on another of his  Interpretive Hikes through Rancho Canada Del Oro Open Space Preserve.  Discover and explore this beautiful preserve with a knowledgeable docent who will talk about the plants and wildlife found here.

The hike will be about 3 miles long with moderate elevation gain.  We will be taking part of the Longwall Canyon Trail to part of the Mayfair Ranch Trail where it crosses Baldy Ryan Creek.  The hike will go through a variety of environments with so lovely views. 

Bring water, a snack, a camera, sunscreen, a hat and your sense of adventure!  Be sure to wear sturdy shoes.  There is a restroom in the parking lot on Casa Loma but none on the trail.

Mummy Mountain Wildflower

April 23, 2017

Wildflower Enthusiasts and Hike Leads:  Ron Erskine and Owen Melroy

This will be about a 4 mile moderate hike and the wildflowers should be spectacular due to the rain fall this year!

What to bring:

Water, Snacks, Wear layers, Comfortable Shoes, and a Camera.

Here is a link to the Coyote Lake Guide Map:

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