Greenmeadow Community Association is a non-profit civic organization comprised of neighbors living in Greenmeadow, a…More family community designed by architect Joe Eichler.
The Association encourages members of Greenmeadow to become active citizens within the community and hosts meetings, organizes activities at the swimming pool, solicits live entertainment at the park, and offers yoga and other activities to its members.
Heffalump is a non-profit cooperative nursery school designed to provide children with an alternative to traditional…More preschool programs. The school offers 2- to 5-year-old kids a warm, supportive and nurturing environment.
The educational program balances teacher-directed activity and unstructured play time. Each week, a new theme is chosen to direct daily activities, such as "shapes," "feelings," or "energy." Activities include art, science, cooking, gardening and more.
Sierra Club Loma Prieta Chapter 3921 E Bayshore Rd, Palo Alto, CA94303 The Loma Prieta chapter of this national environmental organization has many activities for members and the general…More public, from hikes to outings to political activism. Check their online calendar for activities. They also rent a cabin in Sam McDonald Park called the Hiker's Hut, which holds up to 14 people. The Sierra Club works to promote environmental consciousness, protect natural resources as well as improve the health and wellness of citizens.
Jehovah's Witness Hall is conveniently located off Alma, near the San Antonio thoroughfare, and provides English and…More Spanish language services to an active, diverse congregation.
The group promotes tolerance, and diverges from other Christian denominations in that it avoids politics and evangelism, instead deriving its traditions from what it believes to be a more literal interpretation of the Bible, which it believes teaches against such activities.
Avenidas 450 Bryant St, Palo Alto, CA94301 Avenidas is an active, community-based non-profit organization that serves mid-peninsula area seniors with a wide…More variety of services and activities that include body and brain fitness classes, lectures, short day trips, medical screenings, and films. Seniors can also volunteer to tutor, teach Mac and PC classes or provide transportation. Mondays through Fridays, lunch is served for those over 60 with no reservation required. Transportation to the center provided for anyone who needs it.
Hoover Kids' Club 445 E Charleston Rd, Palo Alto, CA94306 Hoover Kids' Club is part of Palo Alto Community Child Care (PACCC) and is an after school program for children at…More Hoover Elementary School. It is conveniently located at the elementary school itself, near Mitchell Park. Daily activities include outside play, snack time and quiet time, as well as participation in teacher-led projects. Families receive weekly emails about the activities at Hoover Kids' Club. Parental involvement is also encouraged through potlucks and fundraisers throughout the year.
Palo Verde Kids' Club 3450 Louis Rd, Palo Alto, CA94303 Palo Verde Kids' Club is a non-profit, after-school program for children in elementary school. It offers a variety of…More age-appropriate activities including cooking, art and science, as well as outdoor activities. It also plans and participates in at least two community service projects a year. Parents are encouraged to participate and share a special talent, skill or interest with the children. Some financial assistance is available.
YMCA of Silicon Valley 3412 Ross Rd, Palo Alto, CA94303 Committed to building strong kids, families and communities, the YMCA of Silicon Valley offers a wide variety of…More membership options and ways to get and stay active. In addition to the gym, it has classes and sports for children, pre- and post-natal group exercise classes, programs for seniors and those with disabilities, a teen activity center and more. Unique features include a 25-foot climbing wall, life-enrichment seminars and child care.
Young Life Christian Preschool, sponsored by the Palo Alto Christian Reformed Church, welcomes children of all races,…More religions, national origins and economic backgrounds. The preschool, following Christian doctrine, aims to teach children to be self-confident, to play fairly, and to respect and love one another.
Young Life is licensed by the State of California and strives to maintain an 8:1 student/teacher ratio. The program includes a variety of group and individual learning experiences designed to meet the developmental needs of preschoolers.
Activities include outdoor play, creative movement, art activities, beginning music and dramatic play.
Besse Bolton Kids' Club 500 E Meadow Dr, Palo Alto, CA94306 Besse Bolton Kids' Club, part of Palo Alto Community Child Care (PACCC), cares for children at Fairmeadow Elementary…More School. The center is located at the elementary school, right next to Menlo Park, and has three portable buildings: one for kindergartners, and two for kids in first through fifth grade. Each room has homework help, and age-appropriate activities for the children. Activities include arts and crafts, science, cooking, gardening and nature projects. Parent involvement is encouraged with fundraisers, potluck dinners and art shows.
Vanderhoof Chiropractic 677 Cowper St, Palo Alto, CA94301 Vanderhoof Chiropractic is the medical npractice of Dr. Aaron Vanderhoof. He offers chriropractic treatments…More including the Graston Technique, Active Release Technique and the Kinesio Taping technique. Treatment is also available for neck pains, sports medicine, carpal tunnel, arthritis, scoliosis and more.
Sikh Foundation 580 College Ave, Palo Alto, CA94306 The Sikh Foundation is a non-profit charity group dedicated to promoting the future and heritage of Sikhism. The group's…More activities include academic courses and conferences as well as chairs of Sikh studies at numerous universities. The group also organizes Sikh art exhibitions and establishes permanent art galleries at major museums.
Palo Alto Chiropractic Offices 1691 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA94306 Founded in 1977, Palo Alto Chiropractic Offices is the practice of Charles J. Fulanovich DC. The practice offers…More relief as well as wellness care using several different techniques. These include the Spinal Biomechanics, Activator, Diversified and Gonstead methods. Visit www.paloaltochiropractic.com for more information.
Chinese Community Center of The Peninsula 470 Anton Ct, Palo Alto, CA94301 The Chinese Community Center was founded in 1969 to provide educational and charitable programs. One of the many…More activities sponsored by the Center are the monthly senior citizen lunches held at a local church. For the younger set there are Chinese little olympics and lion dancing classes. Seasonal gatherings bring members of the community together during the year.
Woman's Club of Palo Alto 475 Homer Ave, Palo Alto, CA94301 The Woman's Club of Palo Alto is a members-only organization that supports the Palo Alto community and fosters…More friendships among members. Recipients of its philanthropic activities have included the Palo Alto Police Foundation, the Palo Alto History Museum and the Support Network for Battered Women. In addition, they rent their charming clubhouse for weddings and events for up to 150 seated guests.