Week of November 13, 2023
The Centre is closed Monday, November 13th.
Lunch around Freddy- Wednesday, November 15th at 11:30 am Pizza Delight, Oromocto. Contact the Centre to Sign up by November 14th.
Scrabble Tournament- Saturday, November 18th, 1:30 pm. Join us for a social afternoon enjoying Scrabble. Invite your friends. High score prize being offered. Minimum number of participants required is 4. Sign up at the Centre. No charge to play. However, if you are interested in staying for pizza at the end, there will be a shared cost.
Mind Body Fusion- This is a new Program starting Tuesday, November 21st at 11:30am for 4 weeks. Contact the Centre for more information and to sign up.
Forum-Dementia Friendly Community – Wednesday, November 22nd at 3:00 pm The presentation will give an introduction to dementia. How dementia impacts those living with the illness, how it impacts caregivers caring for someone with the illness, and how to build and foster dementia friendly communities. Presenter is Ben McLaughlin
Friends of The Stepping Stone Senior Centre – The Centre’s annual appeal for financial support continues until the end of December. Income-tax deductible receipts available for any donation over $10.
Gift Certificates are now available to cover a membership for 2024.This would make a wonderful gift for a friend or family member. You would be giving someone a year’s access to the Centre’s programs and activities and opportunities to socialize.
Annual Aging Care & Research Symposium- November 15th from 8:00am to 5:00 pm, at the Fredericton Inn during Health Research Week. For full details go to http://www.agingsymposium.ca
City of Fredericton- Public Workshop- The general public and recreational users are invited to the Fredericton Convention Centre on November 21 from 6:30pm to 8:30 pm. This is an overall opportunity for residents to provide initial thoughts and input on the Recreation and Leisure Master Plan.
Funding Opportunities for Innovative Project Supporting Older Adults. NRC Aging in Place new funding opportunity 3 Focus areas:- Preventing transitions in care; enabling older adults and care givers to live well and creating age friendly communities and social structures. Go to:- Aging in Place challenge program- National Research Council Canada
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