Learn about senior's lounges, walking clubs, lecture series and more.

Come Share the Day Program for Older Adults
Therapeutic recreation programs customized to meets the needs of clients, including lunch, personal care, health monitoring, meeting new friends and lots of laughter. 
Guildford: #4 15355 102A Ave Surrey BC
Tel: 778-735-0955
Newton:  13855 – 68th Ave Surrey BC V3W 2G9
Tel: 604-531-9400
South Surrey:  15008 – 26th Ave Surrey BC V4P 3H5
Tel: 604-531-2502

Coquitlam Men’s Shed
Non-profit society that provides space for men to work on projects and build new friendships. Has a variety of tools, including woodworking tools and give you the chance to share your skills and learn new ones.

PICS Senior Adult Day Centre
7566 120A St. Surrey BC V3W 1S8
Tel: 604-596-0052   kamaljit.dadrao@pics.bc.ca
For South Asian Seniors who are physically or emotionally disabled, living at home and being cared for by their loved ones. Includes recreation, and socialization opportunities, meals and refreshments, health services and personal care. Ages 55+ w/ some restrictions. Services offered in Punjabi, Hindi, Urdu, Persian, Farsi, Gujrati and English. 

Seniors Drop-in Centres @ Surrey Recreation Centres
There are Senior’s Drop-in Centres at four of Surrey’s recreation centre’s. Offer social drop-in, activities and outings for ages 55+ years and older.  Membership is $25 per year. The Fleetwood and South Surrey Recreation Centre’s also offer a wide range of programming.
Chuck Bailey:  13458 - 107A Avenue Surrey, BC V3T 0G4
Tel: 604-598-5898
Cloverdale:  6188- 176 Street, Surrey BC V3S 4E7
Tel: 604-598-7960
Guildford:  15105 - 105 Avenue Surrey, BC V3R 7G8
Tel: 604-502-6360
Newton:  13775 - 70 Avenue  Surrey, BC V3W 0E1
Tel: 604-501-5010

TALK (Third Age Learning at Kwantlen)
Kwantlen Polytechnic University - 12666 72nd Avenue, Surrey
Tel: 604-599-3077  TALK@kpu.ca
Creative and stimulating educational activities for adults over 50. No quizzes, grades or prerequisites. Anyone over 50 years of age can join. All you need is a membership (annual cost of $10.00) and you can register for TALK's courses. COVID-19 update: offering online webinars in the time of COVID.

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