Seniors Associations Ontario

Flag_of_OntarioSeniors associations and seniors clubs are a great way to keep fit, make friends, try out new interests and generally get involved with your new life after work. Below you’ll find a list of seniors associations in Ontario. If you think there are any missing or that an entry needs to be updated please use the form found on the contact me page. Thanks and enjoy.

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Active Living Club Ottawa

Active Living Club 50+

An outdoor recreation club for adults 50+
The Active Living Club (ALC) is designed for adults 50+ who want to enjoy the outdoors in a safe, healthy and fun environment.  Take part in hiking, cycling, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing programs throughout the year in and around Ottawa and Gatineau.

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Friends of Churchill Seniors Centre

Welcome to the Friends of Churchill Seniors Centre website!  The Friends represent the interests of the users of the Churchill Seniors Centre. We were formed in October 2009, and formally constituted on Feb.11, 2010.  We have about 200 members.

The Centre is operated by the City of Ottawa and is located at 345 Richmond Road, Ottawa, Ontario.

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Gloucester Senior Adult Centre

The Gloucester Senior Adults' Centre invites seniors 50 years of age and over to join our growing membership.
  Located above the Earl Armstrong Arena, the Centre is open Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
  The Centre offers various activities that cover a wide span of interests, special events, outings and so much more.

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Kanata Seniors Council

The Kanata Seniors Council is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to supporting seniors and older adults in Kanata and West Ottawa.

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Ottawa Seniors Groups and Clubs

Provided by the City of Ottawa this list is updated quarterly and only when information is received from Community Groups, Service Clubs and Volunteer Organizations. The City of Ottawa does not pro-actively manage this list and asks individual Community Groups, Service Clubs and Volunteer Organizations to ensure their information is accurate.

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Retrait en Action

Pour ses membres par ses membres
Retraite en Action est le premier choix des jeunes retraités francophones de la région de la capitale nationale, désirant une retraite active par leur participation à un grand choix d’activités en français.

Organisme sans but lucratif, nous misons sur l’expérience, l’expertise et l’implication de nos membres.

Vous voulez apprendre, bouger, créer, remuer vos méninges, rencontrer des membres et échanger, sortir, voyager, célébrer, aider la communauté? C’est Retraite en Action qu’il vous faut! Il y a trois programmations par année, soit au printemps-été (mi-avril), à l’automne (mi-août) et à l’hiver (mi-décembre).

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The Probus Club of Western Ottawa

The Probus Club of Western Ottawa is part of the international organization of Probus Clubs designed to serve the retired and semi-retired community.
Our club meets on the second Tuesday of each month except during July and August.
The morning begins at 10:00 a.m. for  socialization and signing up for activities followed by a speaker. Topics are varied, interesting and stimulating.

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