Saskatoon Council on Aging - Age-friendly community

Seniors’ Neighbourhood Hub Clubs

FREE programs and refreshments, blood pressure checks and an "Ask a pharmacist" station, gentle exercises, entertainment

Open to independent Seniors living city wide/ Cost: FREE

Westside Neighbourhood Hub Club 
Location: Mayfair United Church (902 33rd Street West)
3rd Thursday of the month 1:30pm to 4:00pm.


Jan 17   SCOA Globewalk/Fitness Trivia
Feb 21   Financial Fraud Awareness/Fun Cards
Mar 21   Nutrition, Eating well as we age/Nutrition Trivia
April 18  Intro Spring Birding/Name that Bird
May 16   Saskatchewan Orchid Society/Flower Power                    
June 20  Saltwater Joy LIVE Music/Word Jumbles


Thank you to sponsors and grantors: 
Saskatchewan Lotteries
Primrose Chateau

Medicine Shoppe



Eastside Neighbourhood Hub Club
Location: Royal Canadian Legion, Nutana Branch at 3021 Louise Street
4th Tuesday of the month 1:30pm – 4:00pm. 


January 22                  Merry Misfits/Cribbage
February 26                TBA
March 26                   TBA
April 23                      Silver Strings "Come dance with us” Wind Up!

Thank you to sponsors and grantors: 
SCOA ,Community Initiatives Fund, Preston Park 1 Retirement Residence, Saskatoon Home Support

Established through a partnership with SCOA and the Eastview Community Association

Open Door Society Hub Club
House for All Nations, 501 Ave. W. S. 1:30pm — 4:00pm
1st Wednesday of each month

January 2                      Supplements/Bingo
February 6                   Fall Prevention/Dominoes
March 6                       Easter Egg Painting


Thanks to our sponsors: SCOA, CHEP Good Food Inc.
For more information: phone the Saskatoon Open Door Society
306-653-4464 visit

Progam News:

If you would like to start a program like this in your neighbourhood or would like more information about this program, please contact the Saskatoon Council on Aging at (306) 652-2255.  

As part of the project a “How to Booklet” will be developed for community associations and others to start their own programs in their neighbourhoods.