Please note that pre-registration is required for all programs and events, even when they are FREE.

Toonie Hot Dog Lunch Poster
Put on by our own hard working social committee.
Noon, July 18
Tickets are only $2.00, available at the front desk.
What’s included:
Door Prizes,
Potato Chips,
Ices Tea and Lemonade,
Bring a friend or two!

Sing with Ian  Poster
Free. July 5 and 19 at 1 pm

Theme Lunch is July 26 with a presentation on forest fire safety from the Emergency Program Coordinator for the District of Squamish.  Poster
Tickets at the kitchen.
Caesar Salad,
Grilled Chicken Breast,
Chocolate Brownies,
Freshly Squeezed Lemonade.
…, this is what I call comfort food.

Two local emergency people will be speaking about wild fire emergency preparedness and forest fire risk in the corridor. Opportunity to ask questions. I will have some questions because we live on the edge of a forest and have wild camping taking place all Summer long…

Pole Walking for Stroke Survivors POSTER
July 4 to Aug 15 11:30 to 12:30 (no class July 18).
By Coastal Health.
Free but must register by calling 604-885-8590.

You may want to sign up for the District’s monthly newsletter CLICK HERE
The newsletter is sent out on the 27th of the month.

Eagle wind Café is now open for business.

For events go to the SPECIAL EVENTS  page.

Recreation Access Pass Program
There are programs that recently started but possibly lack adequate participation due to cost.
There are probably Seniors who would have liked to participate if it were not for the cost of these programs.

There is help available: Recreation Access Pass Program Information.
If you believe you are eligible:

  1. Complete the application – also available at the Seniors Centre front desk.
  2. Take it for approval to the Sea to Sky Community Services (38144 – 2nd Avenue).
  3. Get your card (good for one year) from Brennan Parks Recreation Centre.
  4. Visit the Seniors Centre to join a program at a 50% discount.


Our new hours, starting September 5th.
Mondays: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday through Friday 8:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Saturday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

All of our programs require pre-registration, even those with FREE introduction sessions.

A variety of Drop In programs such as carpet bowling, paint and sketch, social quilt and craft, genealogy, computer tutoring and billiards. Drop-in programs at the Squamish Seniors’ Centre beginning  $2.25 for members, $3.50 for non-members.

Front Desk: 604-848-6898
Information regarding programs:
Christine Creer  604-848-6895

Interested in leading a program?
Contact Shannon Goetsch 604-848-6896
Director of Recreation Services: Tim Hoskin 604-898-6887

15 Responses to Activities

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  2. Jan peck says:

    Is there any pick up bridge games


  3. Mary-Jane Tanner says:

    My husband and I will be visiting our son in Squamish in late April and early May and would like to join in on any friendly bridge games that would be available. We just like to play regular bridge… some call it Kitchen Bridge. I see there may be some coming so I will watch for it. We come from Ontario and play every week here. Mary-Jane

    • Mary-Jane
      So sorry, we presently don’t have a bridge game in our activities.
      Hope you will enjoy your visit to Squamish, nonetheless.
      Come and visit the Seniors centre for lunch on a weekday – we have an excellent cafeteria.

  4. Bruce Loney says:

    I’m a working 60yr old with limited computer & smart phone skills looking for assistance and some learning opportunities

    Please confirm what’s available


    • Hi Bruce,
      We offer free one-on-one computer tutoring at the Seniors Centre every Wednesday from 1-3pm. Please call the front desk at 604-848-6898 to pre-book a timeslot.

    • Anonymous says:

      Hello Bruce, I’m visiting my son in Squamish (Brackendale). Just saw your name, wondering if you had family in Ontario. I have computer skills if you haven’t joined a class yet.
      Colleen Loney

  5. Leone Braby says:

    We would like to see some physical activities happen…how about carpet bowling…easy on the body..very social and fun.

  6. Christine says:

    Are there any places for seniors to do woodworking in Squamish?

    • The Men’s Shack in Squamish opened earlier in the year near the Cedars. You may want to Google them. Another alternative is to cooperate with the High School. Know of someone who wants to take this on?

  7. Glenn Libman says:

    Why not start a musical group. Dance band??????

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