Closed until April 1st.
Looking for a place to meet, chat, learn a new skill or play a game? You’ll be in good company at the Oakridge Seniors’ Centre. With over 400 members and a history that spans decades, the centre is run for the mutual benefit of seniors in the community.
The Oakridge Seniors’ Centre is a drop-in activity centre for seniors 55 years and older. It is a nonprofit organization operated by the Oakridge Seniors’ Society and is separate and independent from the Vancouver Parks Board and all other community centres in Vancouver. Some of the activities happening in the Centre are: fun and fitness exercises, line dancing, belly dancing, international folk dancing, osteofit, tai- chi (beginners and intermediate), Spanish class, computer classes, bridge, mahjong, knitting, quilting, etc.
For only a $25 annual fee, come and take advantage of this space provided by Oakridge, which includes a lunch counter, craft and card-playing area, and a lounge and reading area.
Our Café, which is open to members and the general public, offers a full range of food services that include coffee, tea, muffins, scones, pies, other snacks and desserts baked in-house, a hot, nutritious lunch entrée, freshly made soups and a variety of sandwiches. On Saturdays, everyone is invited to drop in from 1:30 – 3:00 p.m. for coffee/tea and dessert for $2.00.
Other services and events include:
- Spanish language classes
- Quilting classes
- Supervised bridge
- Monthly birthday celebrations
- Monday coffee hour presentations with speakers
- Special lunches on special occasions
- Regular day trips, concerts and much more.