Schreiber’s Senior Centre is open to ages 50+ from Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m. Located in the Municipal Complax on 204 Alberta St.
Stop by for a coffee or tea and take a look at all of the activities that are going on throughout the week!!
The games room is a place for members to relax, socialize, and learn. Members have access to the games room Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Evening hours are available if arranged through the Senior Centre.
Floor Curling is a modified version of the Olympic sport of curling with one major difference – no ice! This is a wonderful safe way to get some activity in and to socialize with your friends.
Pickleball is the quickest growing sport in Canada. It is a paddle sport that combines elements for badminton, tennis, and table tennis. Currently, we have a members-only group and an open class for adults 18+ as well we will be implementing a beginners only group soon.
The VON Stretch class is sponsored by the Victoria Order of Nurses. Stretch class offers exercise classes to members who wish to improve their strength, balance, and flexibility, regardless of current physical ability This is a program designed to increase strength and balance and reduce the risk of falls.
The indoor walking program is a program sponsored by the North Shore Family Health Team. Participants are encouraged to walk twice a week during the winter months. There is always a goal put out by the North Shore Family Health Team to inspire people to keep going.
More information coming soon.
Currently, we have enough rummoli boards to accommodate 27 people. We also have space for people to play cards if they would rather. We tend to change weekly between rummoli and double draw and the final decision is made by people who are in attendance.
The sewing 101 class is a beginner's sewing class and our instructor is Karen McKinnon. This class helps you to become comfortable with your sewing machine. If you are just exploring sewing and you don’t yet have a sewing machine you can use the machine available at the Centre.
Swedish weaving is a form of embroidery that blends a bit of surface embroidery with weaving. ... But like with counted cross-stitch once you learn to follow a pattern or chart, the process is quite easy. Edythe Howard is our instructor and the beginner project can be purchased for $20. The beginner project included needle, pattern, wool, and monks cloth for a table runner.
Quilting is a drop-in program open to members. Courses are available and you’re able to bring your sewing machine or you will be able (after some training ) to use a variety of machines, including a long-arm for large projects. Register at the Schreiber Public Library 824-2477.
We have monthly lunches with limited seating. The lunches will be announced here and on Facebook. The tickets will be available at the Senior Centre.
Once a year, the Senior Centre will host a Christmas supper in December. This years Christmas Supper will be TBA.