Our Mission

Activities & Calendars

In repose to the COVID-19 pandemic Rianda House is now providing virtual classes, conferences calls, and one on one chats to keep participants safe and connected.

Our mission continues to be: To inspire and connect UpValley older adults by offering a diverse collection of classes and activities to delight and strengthen mind, body and soul.

Virtual Classes & Activities



  • Aspects of Spirituality | Theresa Meyer
    Describe what you’re grateful for, in spite of the situation. For inspiration, watch this YouTube video “A Grateful Day” by Benedictine monk Br. David Steindl-Rast: online here.
  • Strength and Balance | Kris Coryell, Ph.D.
    SilverSneakers Strength and Balance Class – available online here. Boost your energy and get the blood flowing with bodyweight exercises, skill drills and a relaxing final stretch.


Complete the 2020 Census:
Shape Your Future: 2020 Census

Rotterdams Philharmonisch Orkest –
From us, for you. (Orchestra plays Beethoven’s 9th. Without practicing first!)

PBS News Hour:
19 immersive museum exhibits you can visit from your couch

New York Times:
Lesson of the Day

TED Talks:
Ted Connects: Community and Hope – a live, daily conversation series with global leaders and experts, hosted by head of TED Chris Anderson and current affairs curator Whitney Pennington Rodgers.

Van Gough Museum:
Crafting and Coloring (free coloring pages of famous paintings)

Good House Keeping:
Best Virtual Tours (museums, zoos, and theme parks)

Online Support Groups

  • ALZConnected®:
    Living with Alzheimer's or caring for someone with the disease may make you feel alone. ALZConnected®, powered by the Alzheimer's Association, is a free online community where everyone affected by Alzheimer's or another dementia can safely share their concerns and get advice.

The entire Rianda House team is working virtually from our remote offices. We are hard at work focusing on coordinating critical services for our community of older adults.

Please reach out to us if you need help, know someone who does, would like to help, or would just like to hear a friendly voice. We are poised to connect assistance, resources and services to anyone who needs a helping hand with things like food deliveries, meals, feeling alone, caregiver support and more. Contact us at (707) 963-8555, ext. 101 or via e-mail [email protected].

We appreciate your patience and understanding during these challenging times and encourage you to stay home, stay connected to your support network, and stay safe. Remember we are here for you if you need us! We will get through this together.

Stay Healthy!

Julie, Toni, Elizabeth and Leticia