People aged 60 and over who want to meet new friends and expand their minds can do so at Sixty Plus. Members meet twice a month to hear speakers on a wide variety of topics. These include intellectual and educational subjects, science and the arts, and, on the lighter side, items like the early recorded music of San Francisco, travel, and a police demonstration the prowess of a drug-sniffing dog.
Recently members enjoyed a talk recalling the days of Carville-by-the-Sea, the story of early horse-drawn cars reused as homes on the undeveloped Ocean Beach area dunes. Another presentation was a memorable piano concert by San Francisco-based pianist Nancy Lindberg Ohlbach.
Sixty Plus organizes group activities, tours including day and overnight trips, discount music and theater tickets, and social gatherings. It is a friendly organization, with hundreds of members from all walks of life.
Why not join us at our next meeting? It's a great opportunity for learning and friendship. The new membership year starts in September with an annual fee of $85 - $90 if you want a paper copy of the newsletter mailed to you. This fee includes a basic membership ($25 value) in OLLI-SFSU (Osher Lifelong Learning Institute) which offers classes, speakers and many other opportunities for learning. Please check out their website at:olli.sfsu.edu.
For further information on our next meeting date and location, and for a membership application, contact the Sixty Plus office at (415) 412‑4684.