Calgary Seniors Clubs
Join a seniors club and keep active. An active lifestyle can prolong independence and help prevent or mange chronic illness. Below is a comprehensive list of several seniors clubs located through out the City of Calgary. Add Your Seniors Club
Alberta Council on Aging
QuadrantBox 9, 11808 St. Albert Trail
Alberta Council on Aging's membership is comprised of groups, individuals and organizations in the province of Alberta. Alberta Council on Aging is Alberta's only provincial non-profit, charitable, non-government umbrella organization representing seniors. Funding is obtained through donations, grants and membership fees.
Bow Cliff Seniors
Quadrant608 Poplar Road SW
If you find yourself with more time in your schedule, come out and make a friend and join one of the many activities designed for Active Living for Older Adults. Socializing is an important way to keep mentally healthy and active. Play a game, join a class, or come for coffee. We're here to help you find services that let you stay comfortable in your own home.
Confederation Park 55+ Activity Centre
Quadrant2212 13 Street NW
We have been in operation for 40 years, with our inception in 1973. The Centre grew from a small group of seniors who wanted to create a place for all seniors to stay active and involved in the community. They began meeting at St. Giles Church and grew to 125 members in their first year. Today, we boast over 800 members with a volunteer base of about 350. There are 40 plus classes offered throughout the course of the year as well as numerous special events and seminars. Membership $30 year. Open to all adults, Those over 55 receive full voting membership, under 55 become associate members. Facilities are available for rent at very reasonable prices.
Quadrant1133 7 Avenue SW
Welcome to Kerby Centre! Located in the heart of Calgary, Alberta, the Kerby Centre is a not-for-profit organization, committed to enhancing the lives of older adults. Since 1973, the Kerby Centre has evolved into one of Canada’s flagship agencies. Setting the standard for older adult services, information and programming. With 156,527 contacts in 2011, the Kerby Centre strives to assist older people to live as well as possible, for as long as possible, as residents in the community.
Calgary Chinese Elderly Citizens' Association (CCECA)
Quadrant111 Riverfront Avenue SW
Calgary Chinese Elderly Citizens' Association (CCECA) is a non-profit social service organization. It has been serving seniors and new immigrants citywide since 1985. It provides a great variety of services and programs, from social activities and community support to health services. Its current membership exceeds 5,100 people. We empower and advocate for Chinese older adults to live a happy and independent life. To provide a supportive environment for the enhancement of the well-being of older adults.
Calgary Seniors' Centres and Clubs
A list of city wide Calgary seniors centres and clubs
Calgary South West Seniors Club
Quadrant11024 Braeside Drive SW
We are a fun loving group that meets every Thursday morning from 10:00 to 1:00. We have a live band (old time fiddles, piano, guitar) and dance until noon, then once a month have a pot luck dinner ($4.00), a bring your own bag lunch for the rest of the month. We have special catered dinners for Easter, and Christmas, announcements, for other weekly activities, such as bowling, cards and coffee and a 50/50 draw.
Golden Age Club
Quadrant610 8 Ave. SE.
The golden Age Club was established in 1950 as a seniors club long before any other seniors organization in Calgary. If you are 35 years old or older this is a friendly club for you.
Ogden House Seniors Club
Quadrant2102 69 Ave SE
We are a welcoming place that gives purpose to our lives by keeping us involved socially, emotionally, physically and intellectually. We are a socially active service organization for the community.
Parkdale Nifty Fifties
Quadrant3512 5 Ave NW
We provide a place where seniors 50+ can come together to enjoy Social Events, Workshops, Programs, that match their unique needs and social interests. We recognize that Seniors strengthen the community and we are committed to offering a place to enhance their physical and emotional wellbeing.
Second Sixties Outdoor Club
Quadrant2212 13 St NW
For over 30 years, the Second Sixties Outdoor Club, based in Calgary, Alberta has provided year round outdoor activities for seniors who share a love of the outdoors and enjoy opportunities to socialize with a group of like-minded individuals.
Seniors Alpine Ski Club
Quadrant1111 Memorial Drive NW
Located in Calgary, the Club is a meeting ground for members 55+ to share with others their love of downhill skiing in the Canadian Rockies and beyond. The Club attracts fun-loving, interesting people from all walks of life. The Club offers affordable prices for ski tours at locations with some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. Also offered are ski days, ski improvement programs, carpooling, and social functions that include monthly dinners and semi-annual dinner/dances as well as an annual summer barbecue and the Jack De Lorme Golf Day.
FLC Seniors Club
Quadrant11150 Bonaventure Drive SE
The FLC Seniors Club is a non-profit organization operating out of the Trico Centre in South East Calgary. Membership is available to all seniors over the age of 55, and to their spouses over the age of 50. Our mission is to enhance the positive qualities of our membership and create a nurturing, stable environment which encourages seniors to continue to be active, respected and vital members of their community.