Programs Offered by the Saskatoon Council on Aging Inc. in January 2022

SCOA Globe Walk: Dance Moves Through the Decades - Jan 5, 2022 1 pm Online via ZOOM, No Cost

Brenda Bennett will present the Charleston and Lindy Hop dances from the 1920s-1940s.
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Mayfair Hub Club: Cannabis and Older Adults with Patricia Clark - Jan 20, 2022 1 pm Online via ZOOM, No cost

As Cannabis is a relatively new legalized substance in Canada, older adults should know about its benefits and risks. Join Patricia Clark, National Executive Director with Active Aging Canada, as she provides an overview of the resource guide “Be Wise – Cannabis and Older Adults.” Highlighted topics include the basic facts, therapeutic benefits, side effects, risks, the law, effects on aging, and questions to ask your doctor about Cannabis.
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Live with Less: A Guide to Decluttering and Downsizing January 25 10 am Online via ZOOM, No cost

As we age our lifestyle and needs change. The items that were once crucial are now in the way. Downsizing or decluttering are two ways that you can simplify your life, maintain your independence, and ensure that your ongoing needs are being met. Get tips and insights on decluttering and downsizing your space with Nicholas Fraser of YXE Estate Services.
“The ability to simplify means to eliminate the unnecessary so that the necessary may speak.” Hans Hofman
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Century Club event with Martin Janovsky Jan 26 2 pm Online via ZOOM, No Cost 

A Canadian pianist and a music teacher born in Czechoslovakia, Martin Janovsky graduated from Conservatory of Prague and Trinity College of London England. He is recently teaching piano, performing and recording in Saskatoon. Some of the highlights of Martin’s musical career in Canada are performing and performing with Aldridge Sisters, Henri Loiselle and Fireside Singers under the direction of Marilyn Whitehead. Martin has recorded three solo albums: “Strings And Hammers”, “ Wonderful World” and “Home For The Holidays”. Most recent recording is a collaboration with Trevor Wingerter “A Classic Christmas In Concert”. 

To register, call the SCOA office at 306.652.2255. You can also connect with your Activities Director. All friends and family are welcome to join.


Saskatoon Council on Aging Inc.

2020 College Drive [Saskatoon Field House]

Treaty 6 Territory & Homeland of the Metis

Phone: 306.652.2255 Join Us: Be a Member!
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"Positive aging for all in an age-friendly community" Hours of operation: Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Closed 12 to 1 for lunch.