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Today…MSA AGM via ZOOM Link Online

Notice: AGM for Metchosin Seniors’ Association (MSA)When: Tuesday, June 16, 2020Time: 2:00 PM Where: Online ZOOM Meeting – Click LINK here to ACCESS and/or follow further instructions below. Join Zoom Meeting – Copy and Paste the following web address: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81234814544?pwd=b2JDMVhjNFR1WTJlaWROWmViMmV5QT09When prompted type Meeting ID: 812 3481 4544 and Password: 030136Or via telephone +1-647-374-4685 Dear Members,…
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MSA Update for Seniors’ Resource Centre Metchosin

We write with news of the steps we are taking at the Seniors’ Resource Centre ~ Metchosin, regarding Covid 19. All MSA/SRC events and gatherings (including our AGM) have been postponed or cancelled until further notice. Effective Thursday, March 19 the Resource Centre will be closed to all visitors and to the general public. Phone…
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COVID 19 SRC UPDATE

In response to the developing news of COVID19, all regular activities and planned group outings at the Seniors’ Resource Centre – Metchosin have been cancelled until further notice. *NOTE: The Centre will remain OPEN Monday through Thursday from noon-4:00 pm, to ensure delivery of essential services and support to our local seniors. Please call us at 250-478-5150…
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FALL Happenings at SRC

Thanks to all who came to celebrate our Gala Opening Event at our new location. The Legacy Project will continue throughout the month of October Monday through Saturday from Noon-4PM. Come and see what our local seniors and students have created together! Click here to view and download –>  #2019Storytime Saturdays-FLYER Live Storytime Saturday’s will take…
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Seniors’ Resource Centre has Moved…3 Steps Up!

We’ve finally moved to our NEW space in ROOM #147 at the Old Elementary School in the Village of Metchosin! It took a volunteer crew of a dozen or so, MSA Board members and helpers, just over an hour, to move into our newly renovated space, located just three-steps-up from our former store-front. The new…
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2019 Summer-Fall Newsletter Online

Access our 2019 SUMMER/FALL NEWSLETTER, which provides updates to end of this year. Seasonal Highlights: The Seniors’ Resource Centre will be CLOSED from Friday, July 27th through Monday, August 5th, as we’ll be moving into our NEW renovated space during this time, just next door within the Metchosin Arts & Cultural Centre, on the exhibit floor…
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Local and Especially Inclusive; Something for Everyone

DISABILITY ISSUES remain at the forefront of concern for aging adults and those who live with, or experience, a short or long-term disability. Learn about current issues, share your ideas and ask questions…our panel experts include those who advocate and work on the island to improve accessibility, services and support for disabled citizens and mobility impaired…
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2 NEW Studies: University of Victoria Invites Local Seniors to Take Part

VOICES in MOTION Research Study is a joy-filled intergenerational choir for persons with memory loss, their caregivers and high school students. UVic is recruiting for 2 new choirs now! Both choirs will be part of a study that explores the impact of participation in an intergenerational choir on social connections and quality of life. INTERESTED?…
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An Invitation to a Conversation: Senior Circles on the Westshore

Volunteer Victoria is inviting Seniors on the Westshore to participate in their Senior Circles Project, a conversation focusing on seniors’ volunteering. The first conversation will be held at the Juan de Fuca Library from 1-3PM on Tuesday, November 27th.   Project Overview: Senior Circles builds on learning from a 2017 Volunteer Victoria study of more than 500 local…
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October begins with National Seniors Day and Alzheimer Awareness

“Every year on October 1, Canada celebrates National Seniors Day by honouring its seniors, and by highlighting their valuable contributions to our families, workplaces, communities and society. It’s the perfect opportunity to show our thanks to seniors in Canada and highlight their significant contribution. Whether it is through small gestures or a big display of love,…
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