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Almaden Winery Community Center

Overview
The Almaden Winery is a 15,000 square foot reuse facility in Council District 10.

Community Center Details
  • Banquet Hall Occupancy
    • Dining: 130
    • Assembly: 230
  • Bus Line: 27, 63, and 65
  • Number of Classrooms: 6
    • Dedicated ECR Rooms: 1

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Programs Offered

City of San José/PRNS Out-of-School Time Offices

The Citywide Out-of-School Time team offices are located at the Almaden Winery.  PRNS Staff meetings and trainings are currently held at the Almaden Winery, but no classes or programs are offered at this location.

For more information, please contact:

Amy Jewett by phone at 408-794-6591 or by email at amy.jewett@sanjoseca.gov


Work2Future

Administration and Business Services Center for work2future, a federally funded workforce development program that is administered by the City of San Jose as part of the Office of Economic Development.

For more information, please contact:

Kathryn Azevedo by phone at 408-794-1176 or by email at kathryn.azevedo@sanjoseca.gov


The Assyrian American Association of San Jose

Community services to cater to the elderly segment of the Assyrian community with a large segment having language barriers who is currently in or nearing their retirement age and in need of social engagement, senior empowerment programs to promote health and wellness through education, enrichment, social gatherings, and exercise. 

In addition to elderly segment of the Assyrian Community, Assyrian American Association of San Jose conducts after school programs for children to include educational, cultural and art enrichment programs.

Additional programs offered at this center are or will be programs to help educating youth and emigrants with career building needs in their future goal setting, multi generation social gatherings for intergenerational engagement.

For more information, please contact:

Rochelle Yousefian by phone at 408-204-4242 or by email at rochelle@aaasj.org