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Monday Music Social

Join Emma and Ava every Monday as we listen to our favourite tunes and share stories about our memories and stories about the importance music plays in our lives and overall mental health.

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Chair Dancing

Our Program Coordinator, Erin, leads us in chair dancing every Thursday mornigns! We move and groove to popular sing-along music. Each class involves a slow warmup, dancing, light weights, and resistance bands. Sometimes we even use music shakers! Everyone is welcome to join!

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Every Tuesday at 1:00, the Centre is buzzing with Bingo! Shirley and Susan organize the afternoon. There are regular games, specials, 50/50 draw, and a progressive jackpot. Money collected from the sale of cards is returned in prizes. Everyone is welcome to join in.

Cost: $2.00/double card

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Crib Club​

Every Thursday at 1:00 there is Crib Club. Anyone can join, any time.



On Friday afternoon, join us for Karaoke and Happy Hour. Select your favourite songs and sing them for your friends. No need to be a professional singer, or even in tune, for that matter. Just come and have fun! 

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Friday Fundays & Happy Hour

Live music is often provided by members of the community like Tony Quinn, Joe Pitre, Mark Dewolfe, and Don McRae, to name a few.


Day Trips & Community Outings

In the summer and fall, day trips and group outings are planned. There is a modest cost involved if transportation is required. These are seasonal and subject to availability. Check out our monthly calendar for a schedule of activities and events.

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The Two Houses Theatre
This theatre troupe had its beginnings in bringing together seniors and youth in original plays. Spencer House and Laing House are the original two “houses.” Each play is written and directed by Mark DeWolf, a member of the Centre and the Board of Directors. Actors of all ages, experiences, and abilities meet for practices weekly at Spencer House. They are always welcoming new members.

The re-opening of the Centre has allowed the Two Houses actors to rehearse and perform their latest play, “Stolen Hours”, about the mysterious thefts of iPads in a seniors’ residence. Another play will start rehearsals in September.”

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