Seniors’ Resource Centre ~ Metchosin - Connecting Seniors to a Community of Support

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Celebrate International Day of the Older Person on October 1st!

The Seniors’ Resource Centre and The Legacy Project combine to Celebrate International Day of the Older Person on October 1st, at our Gala Opening Event from 4-6PM at MACC in Metchosin. Please join us, in our newly renovated space, to mix with our supporters and to recognize our partners and participants who will help to launch…
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September Events at SRC – JOIN US!

SEPTEMBER DRIVE & DINE Free Meals this Month! We do the driving! Please call 250-478-5150 to RSVP. Sept 16th Monday Supper in Langford. We leave Metchosin at 5:30PM and return around 7PM.Sept 26th Thursday Potluck Lunch at Metchosin Community House from Noon – 1PM. This Sept 18th, Wednesday Afternoon from 1PM-3PM is our Annual Alzheimer’s…
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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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May is Hearing Month and More…

There’s a lot happening this May for spring! We hope you can join us! Call 250-478-5150 to learn more or drop by and pick-up our newsletter to stay informed. UVIC INFO EVENT & COFFEE HOUSE: Sat, May 4th 10am-Noon Local seniors, neighbours, course alumni and students are welcome to join us with UVic Study Teams and…
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NOTICE of 2019 AGM for Metchosin Seniors’ Association (MSA)

Dear Members of the MSA and Guests, It is with pleasure that I write on behalf of the Board of Directors of the Metchosin Seniors’ Association to invite you to the 2019 Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, March 19, 2019. The AGM is an important, constitutional meeting allowing members to hear about the activities, achievements…
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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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HO-HO-HOliday Celebrations and FREE Events – Please JOIN US!

Tis’ the season for Holiday Celebrations…ALL EVENTS are free and for ALL AGES! * CALL SIRC at 250-478-5150 to RSVP or arrange  a DRIVE to or from ANY of these events in December. * HO-HO-Holiday OPEN HOUSE at SIRC this Saturday, December 1st from 10AM-NOON Refreshments ~ Sweets, Stories, Songs and Swag making… * The annual Pearson…
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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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