Social Clubs & Organizations

We are a non-profit social group of friendly Catholic ladies and gentlemen. Every month, our members enjoy happy hours, dinners, hikes and lively conversation, and we invite you to join us. 

Del Mar Community Connections’ (DMCC) mission is to help and serve the senior population of Del Mar so that they may age independently and vibrantly in their homes. Incorporated in 2000, DMCC is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of dedicated and local volunteers. With their guidance and two full-time employees, DMCC is able to achieve their mission of offering numerous social, cultural, health, and educational activities. DMCC also provides alternative transportation options to help our community thrive.

The Encinitas Community and Senior Center is a purpose-built multi-generational facility, sharing many of its rooms for programs for tiny tots through older adults. Rooms include lounge space in the rotunda, a billiard game room with three nine-foot long Diamond Pro Am pool tables, and a living/activity room, which is a great place to meet, relax, and to participate in activities. Typical programs offered at the center include instructional classes, fitness groups, ample opportunities to socialize and participate in clubs, drop-in programs, and to receive many free and fee-based services. 

The Senior Adult Department of the Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center promotes Jewish cultural heritage and values by providing social, educational, and recreational programs. Through these programs, we strengthen our connections to our community and keep alive our history and traditions. The Senior Adult Program encourages us to learn, grow and enrich our lives among others who share our values.

We are learning every day that there are ways in which people with Parkinson’s disease can enhance their daily quality of life and even build impressive power, strength, flexibility and speed! By exercising with Coaches who know the ropes, you can fight your way out of the corner and start to feel and function better. Boxing works by moving your body in all planes of motion while continuously changing the routine as you progress through the workout. These classes have proven that anyone, at any level of Parkinson’s, can actually lessen their symptoms and lead a healthier/happier life. 

The Solana Beach Civic & Historical Society, founded in 1953, contributes to the community through educational programs, city beautification projects, and a “living history” museum in La Colonia Park. The Society’s many ongoing initiatives include annual academic scholarships for college-bound Solana Beach students — we have awarded more than $20,000 since 2014.  Monthly membership meetings feature experts on topics ranging from our coastal ecosystem to the history of skateboarding. Our Crafts Groups sponsors an annual Holiday Boutique featuring handmade treasures for unique holiday gifts. Our SeaWeeders Garden Club maintains the sculpture garden at the Solana Beach Post Office and assists with landscaping at several public pollinator gardens throughout the City. We welcome volunteers! Lend your talents to our organization, or join our social gatherings and meet your neighbors. Learn more at

SeaWeeders Garden Club sponsors hands-on gardening projects throughout the city of Solana Beach and promotes sustainable beautification in public and private spaces. Membership is through the Solana Beach Civic & Historical Society and is open to residents of Solana Beach and neighboring communities. The club has several on-going projects which can be explored at