Come for the Programs... Stay for the People.

CLSA Winter Registration is Now in Progress!

Our exciting new Winter 2016 Program Guide is out and registration has begun!  Registration options (online, telephone, and in-person) are outlined on page 05 of the new program guide... and are available between 10:00 am and 2:00 pm (Mon. to Fri.). 

Membership for the new year is required for registration. Thank you for purchasing your 2016 CLSA memberships in advance, as it will greatly assist us when serving you.

Christmas Luncheon on December 11th, 12 - 3 p.m

Come listen to 100 Voices sing and enjoy the smiles as Santa visits. Get into the spirit with a Christmas concert, experience the amazing music of the Edmonton School Boys Alumni Band and savour the delights of a turkey dinner with all the trimmings.

There will also be a cash bar and 50/50 draw. CLSA members $20; non-members and guests $25.
Call 780-496-7369.  For more information...

Finding Balance:  Fall Prevention Presentation

November is Fall Prevention Month.  As a public service, the U of A Injury Prevention Centre will be providing a free information session at the Centre on Friday, November 27th... 1:30 - 2:30 pm.  Please register at the Front Desk.


City of Edmonton survey:  “Understanding Voting Needs”

The goal of this consultation is to listen to, identify, and engage with specific groups within The City of Edmonton (Seniors, Aboriginal Persons, New Canadians, Youth, and Persons with Disabilities) on voting and the voting process in elections within the City. This consultation will provide the opportunity to communicate with specific stakeholder groups in the community on ways to reduce barriers to voting and gain information that can be used to prepare recommendations for future elections. (City of Edmonton) For more information, or if you would like to participate in the survey, please follow this link.

Tai Chi Practice Time:  Fridays 11:30-12:30

Join other CLSA Tai Chi practitioners for a weekly "drop-in" practice session at the Centre. This self-organizing group works through the various forms together, to practice the sequence.  Practitioners are generally in levels 01-03.  Please feel welcome to join us.


NEW!!  Homegrown Harmonies... Choral Group

Register now (#549549), to join a new music group here at CLSA! No previous choral experience is required... just an interest in singing, learning new songs, and experiencing the joy of music.  Drop-in and sing along: $6/visit.

Central Lions' Custodial Staff Receive Commendation

Congratulations to Cheryl Houghton and Rayna Patelo for having received well deserved recognition for their excellent custodial work at Central Lions Recreation Centre! Not only do they take pride in doing a great job, their interactions with our members and their guests are always so friendly and positive.  Thank you, ladies!  Your efforts make a difference to us all.

Do You Love Court Sports?

Want to work on your game... just have some fun with friends... or introduce guests (age 55+) to CLSA sports?  Try "Pickleball for Fun" on Tuesdays (drop-in 12:45 to 3:00 pm).  Members can also book a court for pickleball/badminton play on Thursday afternoons (12:45 to 3:00 pm).  Information and equipment are available at the Fitness Centre.

*Please check our Program Guide (under "Clubs") for registration information if you are interested in our Badminton or Pickleball clubs.

Play Pool! Bring a Friend! Have FUN! 

The pool table located in our beautiful Observation Area is available for use by our members and their guests.  Table bookings can be made at the Fitness Centre desk... or drop in if the table is open. Please see volunteers at the Fitness Centre for more information. (Remember! Free coffee and treats on Tuesdays in the Atrium 10:00 - 2:00.)

Do We Have Your EMAIL Address?

78% of respondents in our recent CLSA Member Survey indicated that they prefer to receive communications from us via email.  In order to send email to you, we require your permission.  If you have not already done so, please provide consent so we can keep you "up-to-date" on all of the great things happening at the Centre!! 

Questions about seniors programs and services?

Call the Seniors Information Phone Line by dialing 2-1-1, and the Information and Referral Specialists at 211 will connect you to programs, services and resources in the Edmonton area.  

The updated Seniors Resource List (May 2015) is available here.  The 2-1-1 website link is available here.