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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)

 

The Community Contact List provides many different groups including hobbies, volunteer, and senior’s activities.
Click here to follow the link to the Community Contact List online.

Other Senior Resources

2015/2016 Manitoba Seniors Guide link

Manitoba Government Seniors and Healthy Aging website link

2010 Manitoba Seniors Profile pdf

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Brandon, MB R7A 6A2
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