About Bev Birce

Been involved with the Seniors Centre Society since 2008. When we opened I was the Activities Coordinator for approx. 2 years. Then I was on the Board. I then took the secretary's position for another 2 1/2 years. I started the yoga classes 2010 with approx 6 students. I am now learning to be the webmaster of our website.

Price Change

We’re sure you are all aware that there has been a large increase in food costs recently, partly due to rising gas prices.  The Board has tried not to increase our hot entree prices for the last 4 years but unfortunately we are being forced to.  So, starting on June 3rd our hot entree prices will increase to $6.00.  This is still a great deal compared to resturant prices and just barely covers our costs.  

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As we move into spring there are changes at the Seniors Centre.  Alan Edie the owner of the mall has generously remoded a space where the Ardeens’ store was into a large movement area.  There is lots of room for yoga, line dancing and the City’s “Fit for Health” seated exercise program.  Check out our calendar to see if there are any changes to the schedule.  We also now have a second meeting room which will make some programs quieter. 

Attn: Former Yoga Students

In September we removed all the yoga matts and put them aside and when people came back to yoga we put the remainder in a box until those people returned.  There was no other way to separate the ones that weren’t being used.  We left those in a box until this month.  

If you don’t come to yoga any more and would like your matt back, please contact Bev (though the office) and let her know what colour your matt is and she will leave it at the main seniors centre for you.  If you do NOT, we will be selling them off to other yoga students in the new year.

Facility Rentals

Is your group looking for a new place to meet that is level entry and safe?  Our seniors centre rents space when we are not using it.  Check out the “”RENTAL” link on our website for more information.  Contact Bev Birce at the centre.