Busy days ahead at Langley centre

February brings love, and volunteer training courses, at Langley City’s seniors centre.

February is just around the corner, and it’s a busy month at the Langley Seniors Resources Centre, which will be hosting a pair of events geared specifically for seniors.

Volunteer info

Ongoing is volunteer training, Saturdays from 9 a.m. to noon.

The Langley Senior Resources Society is holding these volunteer orientation and training sessions in February.

The Senior Resources Society volunteer orientation and training gives an overview of volunteer opportunities throughout the Langley centre.

The society’s Outreach and Better at Home Programs are explained in detail.

Also included is a section on recognizing the signs that a senior is becoming isolated or is a victim of elder abuse.

All sessions will be held at the Langley Seniors Recreation & Resource Centre, 20605 51B Ave.

Check in with the front desk as to which room the day’s session is being held in.

For more information, or to sign up, contact Janice at 604-530-3020, ext. 302, or by email at janicem@lsrs.ca.

Love in the air

Two days before Valentine’s Day, the centre is hosting a love-themed event, Love is in the Air.

The afternoon of songs and friendship with the Silver Belles, a barbershop chorus, and Beaux Choir takes place Friday, Feb. 12 from 1 and 2 p.m. and includes coffee/tea, and cookies.

For more about the Langley Seniors Resource Society, visit  its website at http://lsrs.ca.

 

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