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Prairie Oasis Senior Centre

241 – 8th Street
Brandon, MB R7A 3X2
Phone: 204-727-6641
Fax: 204-725-0669
Monday to Friday  9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

 

The Prairie Oasis Senior Centre is a charitable organization and a community focal point on aging. A place where persons fifty plus come together for services and activities, which enhance their dignity, support their independence and encourage their involvement in and with the community. The centre offers a variety of programs and services including:

  • Educational programs - including demonstrations and displays, seminars, courses, choir, painting classes and crafts.
  • Outreach - including advocacy, suppers, programming malls and community events
  • Recreational activities - including bingo, scrabble, cribbage, bridge, floor shuffleboard, dances, exercises, bus trips, bean bag toss and special events.
  • Meals on wheels - in house tray service and congregate noon meal.
  • Well Health Clinics - including exercise and meal programs, blood pressure, nutrition, flu shot and hearing testing.
  • Hall rentals, banquets and catering

 

 

Brandon Seniors for Seniors Co-op Inc

www.brandonsfors.ca

311 Park Avenue East
Brandon, MB R7A 7A4
Phone: 204-571-2050 
sfors@wcgwave.ca
Monday to Friday  9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

 

Advocacy, Independence, and Fulfillment for Brandon Seniors since 1982

Brandon Seniors for Seniors Co-op Inc. is a charitable non-profit organization of 55+ residents in the City of Brandon volunteering to assist seniors to remain independent and active members of their community as long as possible.

 

Seniors for Seniors offer a variety of programs and services including:

  • Well Health Clinics and Services (foot care, home services for fragile elderly, weekly lunches, Lifeline personal assist, lockboxes and keyboxes)
  • Education (information sessions, demonstrations / displays, seminars, courses, computers, senior housing)
  • Outreach (advocacy, anti-isolation, Suppers, tea room)
  • Recreation (bus tours, crafts, music, bridge, crib, Wii interactive gaming, pool, shuffleboard, golf, writing, drop-ins, special events)
  • Annual Events (February Frolics, Grandmother’s Tea, community coffee clubs, Traveler’s Day Parade, Christmas at City Hall)
  • Help at Home (small household jobs/repairs, lawn mowing, snow removal, shopping, transportation, light house cleaning, laundry, making meals, yard maintenance)

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City of Brandon
410-9th Street
Brandon, MB R7A 6A2
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