Open house a chance to check out Langley seniors’ centre

An open house held over several days allowed people to check out the seniors centre.

The Active Living 50+ open house featured activities all next week at the Langley Seniors Resource Centre.

Throughout the week there’s been various activities ranging from a cake and coffee gathering and osteofit to table tennis and yoga.

The presentations continue Friday, Sept. 15 and the open house wraps up with a fun movie Friday afternoon.

• Nine Ways Technology Could Change How You Age in the Next 10 Years (10:30 to 11:30 a.m.): During this fun and informative hour, take a look at the top nine things experts predict people will be using in their lives and homes within the next decade.

• The Most Ridiculous Online Scams We Keep Falling For Presentation (11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.): This important, yet humorous talk will tell you what you need to know about online scams, so you are never conned again.

• Movie: Going in Style (1 to 3 p.m.): Oscar winners Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine and Alan Arkin are lifelong buddies Willie, Joe, and Al, who decide to buck retirement and step off the straight-and-narrow for the first time in their lives when their pension fund becomes a corporate casualty, in director Zach Braff’s comedy.

The open house activities are free but people are asked to register in advance. For more information contact the front desk at 604-530-3020 or the centre website.

 

Just Posted

Aldergrove seniors centre invites new members to join

Aldergrove Veterans and Seniors Society has been serving senior citizens and guests since 1980

Crime Roundup: Suspects flee nail salon, thief steals Gucci watch

The RCMP is seeking help identifying suspects in recent crimes.

Unstable soil means more studies, drawings needed for Cloverdale Arena

The added geotechnical work and designs won’t put a delay on proceedings, City says

Union files human rights complaint over Chilliwack school trustee’s LGBTQ comments

Board and trustee Barry Neufled facing $50,000 tribunal charge over alleged ‘unsafe work environment’

Changes to museums, housing possible for Fort Langley

A new Township proposal is expected to go public this week.

More than 2,000 people left without power in Surrey after truck hits power pole

BC Hydro works to restore power after crash at Fraser Highway and 184th Street

Pipeline routing through Chilliwack subject of NEB hearing Monday

City of Chilliwack, WaterWealth Project and local Sto:lo intervenors in the hearing

Senior randomly stabbed in B.C. mall food court

Woman arrested after victim, 71, suffers serious injuries

B.C. Liberal hopefuls begin final leadership push

Five MLAs, one outsider pitch policies to party members

Vancouver Island marijuana producer bought by Aphria in $230M deal

Aphria’s annual production forecast increases to 230,000 kgs

UPDATED: ‘Young, innocent’ teen hit during Vancouver shootout dies

15-year-old Coquitlam boy was in a car driving by the scene

Fraser Valley truck driver killed in Alberta semi truck crash

Young driver was adjusting load on side of highway to Fort McMurray

Drivers urged to slow down during Alex Fraser Bridge construction

Work crews are installing a snow removal system and movable counterflow lane

Ontario man charged with selling Canadian’s usernames and passwords

Ontario man ran site that peddled billions of pieces of personal data: RCMP

Most Read