Bay Area seniors on the lookout for exercise classes that don’t make us “feel the burn” can find a summary of them in Bay Area Summit, an online quarterly covering matters that matter to people 50>. It guides you to public and private classes, to ballroom dancing, kayaking and senior theater, easy hikes and  geezer research, senior dating, all focused on the Bay Area. It’s not a comprehensive site but it’s a start.


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  1. Hello,

    I am with the San Francisco Examiner, and I wanted to talk to someone about advertising this awesome site in Prime Time which is a special senior section that comes out the 2nd and 4th Sunday of every month.

    Prime Time is a special piece that is meant just for our readers 50 and over, we have notices that our seniors are not just bed ridden and tired, but are more active and engaged in life. I have noticed a trend that all of the senior’s publications have in common they all have nothing but in home care information and info on life insurance.

    I don’t know about you, but when I see this- it’s pretty depressing. I don’t envision myself being bed ridden as soon as I hit 50, quite the opposite actually. I see myself being sassy with a zest for life after retirement. I envision myself going on trips with my husband & grand kids, taking classes, and doing all the things I always wanted to do but never had the time to do it.

    I feel that shares, that vision with me and should very much be a part of this regular special piece. You are offering seniors that special something else, that is what real life seniors want. Not inhome care and assisted living!

    I would love to send some more information please give me a call at 415-850-9261 or e-mail me back.

    Best Regards,

    Marcy Cheeves

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