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Welcome to our Caring Community

We're a group of friends, new and old, who gather together to enjoy events and activities that keep us active and healthy. In addition to a vibrant social calendar, we offer programs and services designed to support us as we grow older.

Members call the Village office to arrange transportation, household, and other services that make it easier to live independently in their communities of choice.
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The Pasadena Village provides friendship, volunteer opportunities, and practical services that allow members to remain engaged in their community. Members help one another to maintain their independence and avoid isolation, and volunteers are ready to provide extra assistance with tasks that are no longer as easy as they once were. We invite you to visit our Membership page for more information about our many programs, services, and social activities.
The Village is not a place, but a way of living in community. Village members give what they can and receive help with what they need. Together, Village members and volunteers are creating a caring community of older adults who remain active and connected as they age in place.  The Pasadena Village is NOT a home care agency or provider.
Getting involved is easy!

Call the Pasadena Village office to learn more.
(626) 765-6037

Hear our members share their reasons for becoming part of our caring community in:

The Pasadena Village story...


Special thanks to Village member

Patrick Dunavan for creating this film.




visit with some of these happy villagers!


Volunteer Dave helps with tech troubles.

Join in the Fun!
"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 
educational programs. 
We'd love to meet you!
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7 p.m. Tuesday, April 11,
Village Meeting Room
MAX 20 Attendees


Our speaker will be  Amira Al-Sarraf, the director of the Muslim New Horizon School located a few blocks from the Village office. She was born and has lived all her life in Southern California. Her father was a  Palestinian Arab Muslim who attend college in the U.S. and then stayed here. Her mother was a Caucasian Catholic American from the upper Midwest. During her college years she decided to accept the Muslim faith. Years after that she decided to wear the hijab. Her sibling's religious practices ranges from one who is non-religious to several whose practices are in between hers and the former.

Her story about growing up in an "interfaith" and "inter-ethnic" family, making her personal religious-practice decisions, and leading a successful life here as a practicing Muslim, will be of interest to our members. 

Villagers enjoy sharing their thoughts and ideas at the monthly Men's Time.

Hiking Affinity Group

Eleven members enjoyed a tour on March 10 of an important historical location in the Southern California "Great Hiking Era": David Mason, Dave Folz, Rhoda Cocca, Bonnie Armstrong, Barbara Madden, Claire Gorfinkel with friend Lorna, Betty Ann Jansson, Sally Asmundson, Sue Kujawa, and Ron Scott.


They visited Lizzie's Inn and the Richardson House at the trailhead of the Old Mount Wilson Trail in Sierra Madre, which date from the 1900-1910 era, where members of that city's Historical Preservation Society regaled them with tales from that era. Then our hikers forged up that trail aways until the unseasonal heat that day turned them around.

Thanks to Ron Scott for leading the outing in my absence.  Our next monthly Friday morning hike will take place on April 14. --Peter LeSourd


Join Us to Celebrate 15 Years of the Village Movement

To celebrate its 15th  anniversary and the Village movement it inspired, Beacon Hill Village in Boston has invited Villages around the country to participate “virtually” in an event featuring Dr. Atul Gawande, MD, MPH, author of the seminal book Being Mortal. The event will be live-streamed to Villages across the United States and Pasadena Village will broadcast the live event at 236 W. Mountain Street, Suite 104, Pasadena, CA 91103

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Thank you Pasadena Community Foundation for
the grant to install our beautiful new cork floor!

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Our latest Pasadena Village Newsletter October 2016  newsletter features articles about our members, volunteers, and recent activities. The Pasadena Village Newsletter is a collaborative effort, written by Village members, volunteers, and staff.

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The Pasadena Village
236 W. Mountain St, #104
Pasadena, CA 91103
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday - Friday