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Home >> Specialized Senior Resources >> Gay & Lesbian Center

Gay & Lesbian Center Village
at Ed Gould Plaza
MDT member

Senior Services Coordinator John Fournier 
in the beautiful Village Courtyard.

1125 N. McCadden Place
Hollywood, CA 90038
TEL: (323) 860-5830
FAX: (323) 860-7340

Senior activities at The Village at Ed Gould Plaza are programs of the Shirley Gould Senior Center and funded in part by the Schutrum - Piteo Foundation.

Social Events

Different events are scheduled each month.
Call (323) 860-5830 for the latest information:


Monthly Dinner


Theater events


Monthly Movie Matinee
On the first Saturday of each month at Noon.


Monthly Dinner Out
Call for date, time and place


Senior Chat Men & Women
Free - Every Saturday - 2 to 4 p.m.


Women's Social
4th Saturday of the month - 2 to 4 p.m.
Plummer Park, 7400 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood.


Open Mic
1st Saturday of the month - 2 p.m. with Keeter Scott


COOL Meeting 
Third Sunday of the Month 1-3 pm at Plummer Park, 
7400 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood.


Different trips are scheduled each month.
Call (323) 860-5830 for the latest information.

Meetings and classes

Different meetings and classes are scheduled each month.
Call (323) 860-5830 for the latest information.


Computer Classes
Beginner with Errol Navasard and advanced with Larry Rubinstein
Call for schedule and availability: (323) 860-5830


Senior Writing Class
Thursdays - 3 to 5 p.m. with Al Busendorfer.


Exercise Class
Thursday 12 Noon to 1 p.m. with Jorge del Busto.
Please RSVP. 

Support and counseling

Senior Support for Men
Free - Every Wednesday - 10 a.m. to 12 noon with Dr. Joseph Herzberg

All lesbian and Gay Seniors (50+) are invited to become a part of the new "Phone Buddy Program". Whether you are:

bulletLooking to make friends
bulletWanting someone to talk to on a regular basis
bulletLooking for a confident
bulletWanting to share aging and health concerns
bulletGrieving the loss of a loved one

You are not alone! Lesbian and Gay seniors are trained, supervised and available to provide emotional support through friendship over the phone. 
Want a friendly voice to call you now and again? 
From a friendly hello to a serious conversation. Call and let us know. 
For more information contact John Fournier at (323) 860-5830.

All phone buddies volunteer their time, effort and money to provide this free service to our senior community and they are ready to listen! New training classes starting soon; call if you want to be a Buddy.

Senior Services Coordinator John Fournier is a member of the L.A. Metro Multidisciplinary Team for Consultation on Elders at Risk.


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The Village senior programs include:
Social events & trips
Meetings and classes
Support and counseling

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Los Angeles Gay &
   Lesbian Center
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