Virtual Senior Center

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Watch 24/7 live footage of animals like pandas, penguins, tigers, and koalas all the way from Edinburgh Zoo here:

Virtually visit the Monterey Bay Aquarium and tune into one of their ten live webcams.

There are countless places to visit across the United States, and many of them have online tours. You can choose a couple or experience all that the country has to offer by taking a virtual road trip across the country from the comfort of your home!

Despite statewide closures of indoor galleries, the Brea Gallery has put together a virtual exhibition for their latest Made in California exhibition. Anyone can walk through the gallery for free, at their own pace, and from their own home – what a treat!


Take a tour of Brea’s own Art in Public Places Collection and discover sculptures you never knew existed in your own neighborhood.


SilverSneakers on Demand. Eligible SilverSneakers® members can access free on demand workout videos using your SilverSneakers® registered account.


The YMCA of Orange County is offering free fitness classes online for adults and seniors. Follow the link here:


Our Brea Library might be closed to the public, but you can still check out books using curbside pick-up! Search their catalog here and if you need to reapply for a library card, you can do that here!

Daily Crossword Puzzles can be found here. While a list of the most popular crosswords from 11 of the top newspaper publications are featured here and updated every day with answers!

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Cal State Fullerton is offering over 90 enrichment classes through Zoom to retired and semi-retired adults for the Fall 2020 season. Many of these classes are free and open to the public, and will continue to be offered virtually until in-person classes return. Visit OLLI Online for more information.


The Well Connected program from COVIA offers groups and classes on a wide range of topics from art to foreign languages, tech talks to book clubs – there is really something for everyone! All classes are free and accessible by phone. 


Looking for connection and support with other caregivers of individuals with memory loss? Join a virtual Zoom support group put on by Alzheimer’s Orange County via video call or telephone! Call 844-435-7259 for the links to register.


Institute on Aging "Friendship Line" - A number created by the Institute on Aging to call if you need someone to talk to for emotional support: 1-800-971-0016.