A charitable, volunteer-led organization, Canmore Seniors Association enhances the lives of our members through indoor and outdoor activities, social events and learning opportunities. Annual membership, $45 per year, is open to all seniors 55 years and older and runs from July 1 to June 30. Download printable: CSA membership form 2019 2020 with waiver_180601
For details of this week’s activities, see Activities page.
Our well-appointed downtown Canmore Seniors Centre halls and meeting rooms, including our patio and garden, are available to members and non-members for social events, meetings and celebrations. For more information visit our Rentals page.
Banff Springs Hotel Christmas Tea
The tea is an annual tradition of the Hotel, inviting all seniors in the Bow Valley to enjoy tea, coffee and tasty treats in the elegant decorated ballroom, entertained by holiday music. Registration will be done electronically this year. Opportunity to register will open Tuesday the 19th of November 10:00 AM. Registration for a few in the CSA office (19th November 10:00 AM). ONLY if you do not have access to a computer. The CSA is limited to 200 guests at the tea, so if you wish to attend, please make sure you register.
Buses will be provided to take those attending to the Banff Springs (for a contribution of $2 for the driver). Register whether you are taking the bus, or driving yourself to the Tea.
LIMIT OF 4 TICKETS PER BOOKING
Date: Saturday, December 7th
Where: Creekside Hall, Canmore Senior Centre
Time: Doors Open at 5:30 pm. Dinner at 6:30 pm
Meal:Turkey dinner with all the trimmings, pumpkin pie for dessert.
Meal catered by Theresa of Alpine Kitchen Creations
Refreshments: There will be a cash bar & Door prizes.
Music: Provided by Livin’ & Dancin’ DJ Services
Ticket Price: $50(ticket sales end on November 22nd)
It will be possible to reserve tables of 8, 9, or 10.You must provide your CSA membership number (plus the CSA numbers for people at your table) at the time of purchase.
A limited number of tickets will be available for purchase at the CSA Office in the Canmore Senior Centre.
THE HISTORY OF THE McDOUGALL MEMORIAL CHURCH, EXSHAW
Presented by Brenda McQueenDate: Monday, November 18th
Location: Creekside Hall, Canmore Seniors Centre
Time: 2 p.m.
The McDougall Memorial United Church was destroyed by fire in May, 2017. It was built in 1875 just east of Morley and was the oldest permanent Protestant church in Southern Alberta. Learn about the future of this beautiful heritage site that is a historic landmark for Alberta.
Brenda McQueen is George McDougall’s great, great, great granddaughter and is President of the McDougall Stoney Mission Society.
Coffee is available and discussion encouraged. Donations are welcomed.