Select programs happening every day!
Please click HERE to view an updated list of all the programs we are offering in person right now. This list will be updated as necessary to reflect most current changes.
All programs require proof of vaccination. You will be asked to show your vaccine card when you enter our building.
11 am – 6 pm
Sign up to be a vendor!
Plenty of crafts, baked goods, music and more festivities await you at our festive market! More information to follow closer to the date. If this sounds like something you’d like to be a part of, call us at 204-320-4600 or stop by the Centre to sign up.
Click HERE for the sign-up form.
1 – 3 pm
$10 per person
These workshops will focus on card making and scrapbooking. The cost is $10 per person and our instructor provides all necessary material. All you need to bring is photos or memorabilia you’d like to add to your crafts.
Please call 204-320-4600 or stop by the Centre to sign up. Space is limited!
Thursday, October 28
9:30 am – 12 pm
$7 per person
Start your morning the right (and delicious) way! Stop by the Centre between 9:30 am and 12 pm to grab your stack! All proceeds go towards supporting our Meals on Wheels kitchen.
Weekly updates on what’s happening at the Centre, links to resources and more!
A volunteer board of directors oversees three separate programs:
– Pat Porter Active Living Centre: facility, programs and activities
– Circle of Friends: Adult Day Program
– Community Resources: Steinbach Meal Program, Grunthal Meal Program
As a Senior Centre, Serving Seniors focuses on aging in the community. It is an organization that is dependent on kind-hearted volunteers and fundraisers.
One of the goals of the centre is to promote community participation. In order to do this we have created many programs and activities for seniors.
Fit seniors live longer, remain in their homes longer and participate more fully in life.
Contribution to the community in a person’s leisure time brings meaning to life and provides value to the community. Community involvement reduces alienation.
Physical and mental health achieved through recreation and balanced, meaning lifestyles reduces expensive health care costs.
A physically active and fit senior is able to remain in the community longer, caring for themself. Investment in “active living” for seniors is wise. The costly alternative of institutional care should be perceived as a last resort.
This Centre was developed by seniors for seniors who want to improve the quality of life for themselves and others.
PAT PORTER ACTIVE LIVING CENTRE
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