Senior Planet @Avenidas

Avenidas and Older Adults Technology Services (OATS) have partnered to launch Senior Planet @Avenidas! Senior Planet is an award-winning, unique program where people 60+ who are interested in technology can connect, learn, and grow.

OATS opened its first Senior Planet Exploration Center in New York City in 2013. The center was the first of its kind in the nation, offering a comfortable and engaging place where adults 60+ can learn, work, and explore new ways to thrive in today’s digital world.

Located in Avenidas’ newly-renovated facility at 450 Bryant Street in downtown Palo Alto, this innovative resource is set to become a critical part of Silicon Valley’s aging, technology, and entrepreneurship scenes.

So, if you’re looking to become a Senior Planet member, or get involved as a volunteer or community partner, then start by signing up for our newsletter below and don’t hesitate to reach out directly via email to

Contact Us!

Senior Planet @Avenidas is located at 450 Bryant Street between Lytton Avenue and University Avenue, in downtown Palo Alto.

Please feel free to reach us by phone or email with any questions.

General questions about Senior Planet:

Visitor or course info for Senior Planet @Avenidas: 650-918-5570Visitor or info about Avenidas: call 650-289-5400 or email
RSVP for events: email

Meet the Senior Planet @Avenidas Team

Ryan Kawamoto, Regional Director

Ryan, a Bay Area native, is the Regional Director for the Senior Planet @Avenidas. Ryan provides operational and administrative assistance while also maintaining the center’s technology courses. He is the former Executive Director of Yu-Ai Kai Japanese American Community Senior Service of San Jose and the former Chair of the Aging Services Collaborative of Santa Clara County. Ryan has an undergraduate degree in political science and visual arts from the University of California, San Diego, and a Master in Public Affairs from Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. He also wrote and published a 372-page graphic novel and worked in the California State Legislature.