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Mission Statement:

logoThe Seniors’ Resource Centre is a non-profit organization that assists seniors, their family and friends, by providing information about programs and services and by promoting policies affecting seniors.  It also promotes and stimulates changes in society which rectify flaws or omissions which now may exist.

Celebrating Victorian Times at the Saint John Ex

Join us for a Tea Part. Wednesday, August 30.
12 noon at the Exhibition Park Building 1
Sandwiches, sweets and great music provided by Delbert Worden
Prize for best decorated hat!
Draws throughout the afternoon!
Tickets available at Exhibition Park office.
For more information: 633-2020

50+ Friendship Games

June 5 – June 9, 2017

friendship_games50+ Friendship Games

Cribbage, Auction 45, Bowling, Pickleball, Horseshoes, Swimming, Crokinole, Golf (additional $20), Shuffleboard and much more

For the affordable price of $30.00, you can participate in any number of these games, enjoy the Awards Banquet, the company of old friends and the opportunity to make new ones.

Saint John and surrounding areas

Registration deadline – May 24
Call 633-8781

Registration Form 2017
Schedule of Events 2017

Let’s Play Scrabble

Let’s Play Scrabble

Every Friday, 1:30 PM

Library at Market Square

Income Tax Returns

FREE
Income Tax Returns
Seniors’ Resource Centre
633-8781

March and April
Tuesdays: 9:00-11:30 AM, 1:00-2:30 PM
Thursdays: 9:00-11:30 AM, 1:00-2:30 PM
For Seniors 50+ on low income:
Singles: $30,000 / year
Couples: $40,000 / year

Also wheelchair Accessible for any age

Seniors Awareness Afternoon

New Brunswick Senior Citizens Federation – Loyalist Zone

Invites

Seniors 50+

Seniors Awareness Afternoon

Concerns? Learn membership benefits of NBSCF!

Is the print in your phone book too small to read?

Bring it to us for recycling
Thursday, February 25, 2016, 1PM – 4PM

RCL Branch #69, Wilson Street

Music by Delbert Worden

Light Refreshments

New accessible wheelchair ramp at rear

50+ Friendship Games: Sunday through Friday, May 31st through June 5th

50+gamesAdults aged 50 years and older are invited to register (only $25 for the week!) for the 2015 Games which are being held in Quispamsis and Saint John. Included are Bowling, Auction 45s, Golf, Pickleball, Volleyball, BBQ, Awards Banquet with Dinner, and much more!

Registration forms: here

Schedule of Events: here

Moving Ahead: The Economic Impact of Reducing Physical Inactivity and Sedentary Behaviour

Summary

This article summarizes an analysis of the economic impact of getting 10 per cent of Canadians with suboptimal levels of physical activity to move more and reduce sedentary behaviour. By 2040, gross domestic product would grow $7.5 billion and $2.6 billion in health care costs would be reduced.

Read at:
https://www.centre4activeliving.ca/news/2015/02/inactivity-sedentary-behaviour/

Income Tax Returns

Tax-TimeFREE
Income Tax Returns
Seniors’ Resource Centre
633-8781

March and April
Tuesdays: 9:00 – 11:30 a.m., 1:00-2:30 p.m.
Thursdays: 9:00 – 11:30 a.m., 1:00-2:30 p.m.
For Seniors 50+ on low income:
Singles: $30, 000/year
Couples: $40,000/year

Also wheelchair Accessible for any age

International Day of Older Persons Luncheon

You are invited to a Celebration of the United Nations International Day of Older Persons

Wednesday, october 1st, 2014 at
Grace Memorial Baptist Church
536 Northumberland St. (corner of Northurmberland and Connaught Sts.) Fredericton

A lunch of roast turkey will be served at 12 noon, followed by presentation of the George Wakeling and Logue Memorial Awards.

These prestigious awards recognize the long term commitment and outstanding contribution by individal and groups to enhancing the quality of life of seniors.

Canadian Snowbird Association Vice President and Director, Ron Steeves, of Fredericton will give and informative talk on:
Number of days out of Province and Country
Cross-border issues
Forms to fill out
Retired Persons Visa
Insurance requirements – travelling snowbirds
Question and Answer Period

Please RSVP by Sept. 25
Phone: 542-0526 or email 3rdage@stu.ca
$15 – payable at the door