Activities for seniors
Coffee get-togethers for caregivers for seniors
Click here to see the schedule of the meetings.
FREE arts Workshop that aims to express a common vision and promote the strengthening of the network surrounding Caregivers. This bilingual Workshop is offered in collaboration with Moon Rain Centre.
Caregivers, Seniors, Professionals and all people interested by Caregiver's reality are invited. This will be held on Thursday February 4th, 2016 at 41 chemin Passe-Partout, La Pêche, from 10:00 AM to 2:30 PM (For those who have received the Winter 2016 Calendar, you will notice that the meeting place has changed. Please refer to this email for the adress.)
A lunch will be served. Please register before February 1st with Tamy Boucher: 819-457-2121, ext. 242 or email@example.com
Join us at the Chelsea Seniors’ Lunch
Come join friends, new and old, at the St Mary Magdalene Church Hall (537 Route 105) each third Wednesday of the month (September to May). For $8 you are treated to a home cooked 3 course lunch plus coffee or tea. The fun starts at 12:00 pm.
On Wednesday October 14, a seniors' outing was held in the Pontiac, organized by the Municipality of Chelsea. At the Spruceholme Home we had the chance to learn more about the period of wood cutting. At the Stone School Gallery we visited the exposition and finally at the Coronation Hall Cider Mills we had a tour of the installations and some cider tasting. Thank you to all participants for the wonderful day!
PREAMBLE – THE VISION FOR CHELSEA’S SENIORS’ POLICY
Life in Chelsea means living in a community where you can maintain or improve your quality of life, get access to information easily, find services and programmes that are useful and relevant, and involve yourself in community projects and initiatives that interest you. Living in Chelsea means enjoying a semi rural environment in a municipality that welcomes citizens of all ages, and that acknowledges and respects the contribution of every one of them.
Our goal is to develop a policy that spells out the role of the Municipality in meeting the needs and aspirations of seniors, whether directly or in partnership with other government agencies, institutions or community groups. A new policy was adopted October 5 2015 replacing the one from 2012.
Looking forward to seeing on Tuesday, October 25th at 10:15 am at the Meredith Centre for the Senior’s Policy and Action Plan public launch.
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The policy was launched on October 27. To see the press release, click here.
Here are a few pictures taken at the event