Lakeview Senior Center

Lakeview Senior Center is a multi-use facility that offers classes and activities catered to people ages 50 and older. This facility includes a game room, meeting room, two multipurpose rooms, a craft room, an auditorium, a studio, a café, a kitchen, a patio, and a rose garden. Additionally, a picnic shelter is nearby in Mike Ward Community Park — Woodbridge. View details about rentable spaces within Lakeview Senior Center below.

Programs

The City of Irvine offers a variety of classes at Lakeview Senior Center, including dance, fitness, and music classes for those 50 and older; educational and health-focused lectures; computer trainings and assistance at the Computer Lab; and special lunches and social events at the Rose Garden Cafe.

For all programs and activities currently at Lakeview Senior Center, visit the Programs and Activities webpage here.

Reservations

Please review the room amenities below. To make a reservation, contact Facility Reservations at 949-724-6620 or reservations@cityofirvine.org. You may also fill out an online application here.

Available Facility Reservations

Clarence Nedom Auditorium

The Clarence Nedom Auditorium is a 1,938-square-foot room with wood flooring. It can accommodate banquet- and theater-style seating, with options for a dance area. Room capacity ranges from 100 to 160 attendees, depending on setup. Additional wings of the room can open up to expand the auditorium to 3,078 square feet, increasing capacity to 200 to 260 people, depending on setup.


Pat and Derrel Kay Café

The Pat and Derrel Kay Café is a 4,000-square-foot room with carpet floors. It can accommodate banquet- and theater-style seating, with options for a dance floor area. Room capacity ranges from 100 to 225 attendees, depending on setup. 

Patio

The 7,500-square-foot patio space is available as a standalone reservation or with another room rental, and requires additional fees and equipment rental. Maximum patio capacity is 200 to 300 attendees.


Kitchen

Limited use of the warming kitchen is available with an add-on fee and is only permitted with a Pat and Derrel Kay Café, Clarence Nedom Auditorium, or patio reservation. The kitchen includes a microwave, oven, warming cabinet, refrigerator, and ice machine. Food may not be prepared from scratch at Lakeview Senior Center, and must be prepared at another facility and reheated or kept warm using the kitchen amenities. No barbecuing permitted.


Multipurpose Rooms

Lakeview Senior Center's multipurpose room can be reserved as two individual rooms or opened up with the Clarence Nedom Auditorium. Each 570-square-foot room features carpeted floors, and can accommodate classroom or theater-style seating. Room capacity ranges from 20 to 45 attendees per room, depending on setup. 


 

Meeting Room

Lakeview Senior Center's 625-square-foot meeting room features carpeted floor and can accommodate classroom or theater-style seating. Room capacity ranges from 20 to 45 attendees, depending on setup.


Game Room: Kai-Yu “Clara” Lin

Lakeview Senior Center's 696-square-foot game room features carpeted floor and can accommodate classroom or theater-style seating. Room capacity ranges from 20 to 45 attendees, depending on setup.

Craft Room

Lakeview Senior Center's craft room can be reserved as a whole room or split into two separate rooms. The 891-square-foot room features tile floors and can accommodate classroom or theater-style seating. Room capacity ranges from 20 to 75 attendees, depending on setup. 


Home Guimond Studio

Lakeview Senior Center's studio is a 816-square-foot room that can accommodate banquet- or theater-style seating. Room capacity ranges from 32 to 45 attendees, depending on setup.

Rose Garden

The Lakeview Senior Center rose garden is available as a standalone reservation and requires additional add-on fees and equipment rental. The garden is 2,660 square feet. Maximum capacity is 50 to 125 attendees, depending on setup.



 

Picnic Shelter

Lakeview Senior Center includes one picnic shelter available for reservations, featuring four tables and two barbecues. Maximum capacity is 75 attendees.

Policies & Fees

The City of Irvine Community Services Reservation Policy is established to ensure that the use of City facilities and parks aligns with City values, provides fair access to all users, remains fair priced, operates in a fiscally responsible manner, and supports a safe and sustainable community. View the Reservation Policy here.

Reservation Fees & Hours

Lakeview Senior Center's rooms are available for rent; hourly rates vary by room, group, and event type (see the Reservation Policy for more details). Please see the table below for a general overview of fees, or view a PDF version here. Reservations outside of regular operating hours may be subject to additional fees, noted below.

ROOM DEPOSIT RESIDENT FEE/HOUR NONRESIDENT FEE/HOUR
Pat & Derrell Kay Cafe* $400 $246 $307
Clarence Nedom Auditorium* $400 $152 $189
Patio $200 $159 $198
Multipurpose Room #1 $150 $89 $111
Multipurpose Room #2 $150 $89 $111
Meeting Room $200 $92 $115
Game Room $150 $96 $119
Craft Room $200 $104 $130
Homer Guimond Studio $200 $100 $125
Rose Garden $150 $80 $99
Picnic Shelter $200 $48 $59
ADDITIONAL ROOMS & FEES
Kitchen $200 $40 additional charge per reservation day, in addition to reservation fees for the auditorium, cafe, or patio.

*A $20 additional hourly fee will be charged for reservations of premium rooms during primetime hours. Primetime hours are 5–9 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m.–10 p.m. Saturday, and noon–6 p.m. Sunday. Find more information on reservation hours and primetime fees here.

Please note: The above fees apply to room rental only. Events including alcohol will incur additional fees. Other needed services, such as security, porter service, or equipment rentals, are available with additional fees.

Lakeview Center Facility Reservation Fees

General Equipment Rental Fees