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By Florence Gordon

Published 12:58 PST, Fri November 10, 2023

‘Good to Know’

Seniors Activities

The city and partners are proud to offer high-quality and social programs and services for those 55+ years at eight community facilities, including the Seniors Centre at the Minoru Centre for Active Living.

Program Guides

Review the 55+ Fall and Summer program guides and then register. 55+ Program Guide – Fall

3 Ways to Register

Parks Recreation/Program Registration 

604-276-4300, Mon–Fri, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m. (excluding statutory holidays)

In-person at any community facility

Seniors Facility Passes & Schedules

Passes are available for individuals 55+ years and to spouses less than 55 years for one year from date of purchase.

Annual Pass Fees – $16 per facility;
$36 Minoru Centre for Active Living – Seniors Centre, 
Drop-In per visit – $4.30 per facility

Community Centres

Select a community centre for specific seniors programming details: Cambie, City Centre, Hamilton, Minoru, South Arm, Steveston, Thompson, W. Richmond

Seniors Program Guide

Check out the seasonal Seniors Fall Guide for more information about upcoming Seniors programs and schedules.

Volunteering with Seniors

Apply on the I Can Help website to volunteer with 55+ program activities at Cambie Community Centre.

Email: for more information

Seniors Activities

Arts, Computer Technology, Cooking, Fitness, Gardening, Health & Wellness, Heritage, Languages, Lunch/Dinners, Martial Arts, On-line Programs, Tours, Sports 

Community Leisure Transportation (CLT) for more information:

This important service ensures youth, seniors, persons with disabilities and all other Richmond residents have transportation to community programs, services and special events. CLT is an affordable transportation option for community organizations and offers a fleet of buses that can accommodate 16 to 22 passengers.

Out Trips

The City of Richmond, in partnership with Community Associations, offers out trips to improve the quality of life for seniors, and encourages social engagement and community connections.

Community Services Pop-up – FREE, May 11 to Dec. 14, Richmond Public Library, Brighouse Branch, 3 - 5 p.m.

Christmas Craft Fair – FREE, Nov. 18, South Arm CC, Nov. 25, Steveston CC, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Intercultural Connections Spanish – FREE, Nov. 24, Minoru Centre for Active Living, 2 - 4 p.m.

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