"The Village is not a place to live, but a way to live"
There is always something exciting happening
for Pasadena Village members and their guests to enjoy.
We invite you to join us for coffee or one of our
We'd love to meet you!
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If you are unable to download the application, please contact the Village office at
(626) 765-6037, and we will be happy to mail you one.
TOURNAMENT OF ROSES FOUNDATION
The Pasadena Village was recently awarded a grant
to help with the restructuring of our volunteer program to attract, train and provide greater support for volunteers. The Village will also purchase new technology, software, and safety trainings. Village members and volunteers are creating a caring community of older adults who remain active and connected as they age.
AT THE PASADENA VILLAGE
Pasadena Village Easterners,
Village Members who reside in Northeast Pasadena area,
Get together for a wine and cheese social.
Urban walkers explore the many diverse neighborhoods of our community during weekly walks of 3-4 miles in length.
During their walks they are able to learn more about the different areas where Pasadena Village Members reside as well as each other, while enjoying coffee and pastries at local coffee shops.
As it name implies, this is easy walking for those who prefer something a bit more laid-back than the excellent, energetic walks already available
The EZ Walkers meet every Wednesday.
If you would like to join this group, please contact
Patrick Kincaid @ 626-316-3664, email@example.com
Hikers explored Echo Mountain located at the end of Lake Ave in the San Gabriel Mountains above Altadena
Echo Mountain once housed a beautiful hotel and a full railway system to shuttle people from Pasadena central to the top of the mountain.
This energetic group of Hikers meet on the 2nd Friday of every month. Throughout the year they have hiked the trails of Monrovia Canyon Park
up to the waterfalls, Cherry Canyon Trails, Santa Clarita Woodland Reserve, Chantry Flats and the forest trail along the summit of Mt Wilson.
If you would like to join this group,
please contact Peter LeSourd
Hikers trekked to
The huge wheel in the photo below was used to pull the cable cars up the mountain to the hotel.
Travel on Public Transportation
Los Angeles Times Printing Plant
in Downtown Los Angeles, still located on
8th Street, continuing to print the Times with a
circulation of over 600,000 subscribers as well as
the New York Times, Wall Street Journal,
USA Today, China Daily and
several other regional papers.
Villagers enjoy sharing their thoughts and ideas at the monthly
Men's Time meeting
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Welcome to the Pasadena Village – I am so happy you’re visiting our website! Just so you are clear, we are not a place to live, but a way to live.
The Pasadena Village is part of a national movement – a growing one due to our rising population. There are 300 active Villages with an equal number being formed, an exciting development with powerful implications.
The Pasadena Village was founded in 2010 by a small group of friends and neighbors who wanted an alternative to retirement communities and nursing homes for themselves. They created lists of the services that would help them live their lives in their own homes and their familiar neighborhood: support from friends (and making new ones), educational forums, cultural adventures, rides to stores and doctors’ appointments, referrals to home health care professionals, assistance with minor home maintenance and repairs, check-in telephone calls, and multitudes of other things.
We are a true grass roots, member based organization. We are self-governing and have a board of directors, an executive committee and several committees that keep our nonprofit Village moving forward. Our philosophy is based upon mutual support and active involvement by all members – even the smallest participation will enhance your happiness and life activities and that of our group.
The Village is not a social service organization, but one of support. We cannot provide full time care or meals or manage your life, but we do have fun, learn, make new friends and help each other. Our Village is a work in progress and changes according to members’ needs and choices. If you want a group of people to join you for sketching in the park, hiking, birdwatching, discussing critical issues, you will find them here. If you like to join others for dinner, share your art work, volunteer, come to a support group, this is your organization.
I look forward to meeting you!