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TideLines News from SHOAL Centre

10030 Resthaven Drive, Sidney, BC V8L 3G4 Monday – Friday: 8:30am – 9:30pm; Saturday: 8:30am - 4pm Phone: 250-656-5537 Web:

... to Sidney by the Sea Rotary, who donated poinsettia plants we used to decorate the centre and the Dining Room in December, and for their support year round with providing SHOAL Centre membership bursaries. ... to Red Hatter Amy Smart for once again decorating the Christmas tree in the lobby with the little red hats. We receive so many compliments on this tree in the centre! ... to all the volunteers that helped with Christmas functions including rolling cutlery and poofing napkins in glasses; we are so grateful for everything you bring to help keep this centre running. We look forward to another year with our members, volunteers

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*New! Conversational Spanish

Date: Friday, January 11 & 25 Time: 10 - 11:30am Cost: $2 M; $3.50 NM Do you know the Spanish language, and want to chat with other Spanish speakers? If you have started to learn Spanish in some form through a community Spanish class, Rosetta Stone or have lived in a Spanish speaking country for some time, this program is for you! Beginner and non-fluent speakers as well as those that know the language well are welcome. First drop-in is free!

Family Caregivers Support Group Date: Thursday, January 10 Time: 7 - 9pm Cost: Free We are pleased to welcome Solange Valiquette from the Family Caregivers’ Network Society as facilitator of a new Family Caregivers Support Group. She will be in the lounge at SHOAL the second Thursday of the month to help improve the quality of life for family caregivers through support, information and education. Drop in if you feel that you could benefit from this program.

Mendelssohn Choir Concert

Date: Sunday, January 27 Time: 3pm Cost: $20 Are you inspired and energized by the wonder and beauty of nature? So were the great composers Brahms, Dvorak and Elgar! This concert presents three sets of nature-inspired choral tributes sure to enchant cynics and romantic souls alike. Call 250-656-5537 or stop by SHOAL reception to purchase your tickets. Tickets also available at Tanners Book Shop.

A Good Life with Dementia

Date: Tuesday, January 29 Time: 2 - 3pm Cost: Free What is a good life with dementia and how might we work together to shape a brighter future for people with dementia in the CRD? Join us for a brief presentation of recent local research about these questions, learn about international models we can build on, and have your say too! Carolyn Brandley has worked with older adults and people with dementia for more than 20 years and aims to decrease stigma around dementia while increasing quality of life for people with dementia and family caregivers. Call 250-656-5537 to register.


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From the Director’s Desk Glenys Cavers, Director of Thrift Shops and SHOAL Centre Beacon Community Services Phone: 250-656-5537 ext. 102 E-mail:

Happy 2019 to all of our SHOAL members, clients, volunteers and residents. We would like to invite you to make SHOAL Community Centre part of your New Years resolutions to make 2019 a healthy year for your body, mind and spirit! Read through this month’s TideLines newsletter to see all the programs and events we are offering that would be of interest to you. We have many free classes in January, it is a great way to try a class to see if it is right for you! January is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month and we are privileged to have Carolyn Brandley, a local researcher, here to provide us with information on how to live a good life with dementia on Tuesday, January 29 at 2pm. Please call 250-656-5537 to register for this seminar.

Notices Virtual Elvis and the Tupelo Katz - Coming in February Date: Saturday, February 9

Time: Doors Open: 6:30pm, Concert: 7 - 9pm Cost: $25

It’s not too late to get your tickets, Elvis and the Tupelo Katz will be here February 9. Tickets that were sold for the December 1 performance will be honoured at the door. If you are unable to attend the February 9 show, please bring your ticket to SHOAL Reception for a full refund.

Sidney Library Pop-Up

The Sidney Library is poppin’ up again! Stop by every Friday in January for a Pop-Up library from 10am to 12pm in the 2nd floor mezzanine. You will be able to order books and pick them up here every week.

January is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

As a dementia friendly facility, SHOAL continues to increase awareness of dementia through activities, programs and resources. We have a dementia caregiver support group the second Wednesday of the month, 1:30 - 3pm, and a new family caregivers support group starting Thursday, January 10, 7 - 9pm. Our dementia friendly bulletin board has brochures and flyers on dementia related topics and there is always someone at SHOAL to steer you in the right direction with whatever you need! We are grateful to welcome Carolyn Brandly on January 29 from 2 - 3pm presenting recent local research on how to live a good life with dementia - more details on the front cover.

2019 SHOAL Membership

Our 2019 membership cards are bright sunshine yellow! If you renew within the month your membership is due, it is just $46.00. New this year - we have member pricing for all our programs. Be prepared to show your membership card when registering for progams at SHOAL. To start the year on the right foot, try something new! Free class information on page 3.

Have an idea for a class?

We are always looking for new classes to offer at SHOAL. If you have an idea or talent you would like to share, come talk to our Activities Coordinator, Jennifer Van Es. Call 250-656-5537 to book an appointment. SHOAL Community Centre Annual Membership • $50 per year (approx. 14¢ / day!) • Memberships are non-refundable • Reduced rates on drop-in programs and registered classes • A 10% discount on facility rentals • Includes a Beacon Community Services membership • Use of free wireless internet • Free seminars and workshops • A free coffee and scone or cookie on your birthday



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News from the Activity Office Jennifer Van Es, Activities and Rental Coordinator Phone: 250-656-5537 ext. 117 E-mail:

Gentle Chair Yoga (Co-Ed) Date: Fridays, January 11 - March 1(8 classes); no class Feb 15 Time: 12:30 - 1:30pm Cost: $78.75 M/$ 84 NM; $12 Drop-in Instructor Kathleen Fournier leads these gentle yoga classes while seated in a chair. This popular class helps to improve breathing, strengthens your inner core and gives you an overall sense of vitality and well being.

Bio-Magnetism - Pain Relief Practice Call to Register for these Courses M - Member Pricing; N/M - Non-member Pricing

Balance Booster

Date: *Tuesdays/Thursdays, January 3 - February 14(12 classes) Time: 10:20 - 11:20am Cost: $110 M/$115 N/M or Date: *Tuesdays, January 8 - February 12(6 classes) Time: 9:10 - 10:10am Cost: $56 M/$58.50 NM

This slow-paced class targets balance by using safe and effective exercises to increase strength, mobility and balance. *no class Feb 5


Date: Mondays, January 7 - February 11(6 classes) Time: 6:30 - 7:45pm Cost: $54 M/$60 NM; $10.50 Drop-in

Begin with a meditation followed by a Buddhist teaching, a tea break, and ending with another meditation.

Tai Chi Free Class Tuesday, January 8– Call to Register! Date: Tuesday, January 15 - February 19(6 classes) Time: 10 - 11am Cost: $70M/$75NM; 12 drop-in

18 easy to follow Qi Gong movements suitable for all levels.

NEW! Gentle Somatic Yoga Free Class Tuesday, January 8– Call to Register! Date: Tuesdays, January 15 - February 12(5 classes) Time: 11:30am -12:30pm Cost: $75.60 M/$81.90 NM; $15.75 Drop-in Somatics is a self healing technique to ease pain while lengthening and relaxing muscle and reawakening the mind’s control of movement. Join Arlene Curry in this empowering and transformative class.

NEW! Sit and Stay Fit Free Class Thursday, January 3 – Call to Register! Date: Thursdays, January 10 - February 14(6 classes) Time: 12:40 - 1:10pm Cost: $50.40 M/$56.70 NM; $10 Drop-in This class is designed to improve strength and mobility while being seated on a chair. It’s great for those with osteoporosis or other limiting conditions. It’s slow paced with gentle movements. Learn strategies that you can do at your own pace and transfer to real life needs.

Free Class Monday, January 14 – Call to Register! Date: Mondays, January 21 - 28(2 classes) Time: 10:30 - 11:30am Cost: $25.20 M/$27.30 NM; $15.75 Drop-in

Benefit from the pain relief effect of your Bio-magnetism and learn to alleviate the pains related with aging or accident almost instantaneously.

Line Dancing

Date: Tuesdays, January 15 - February 26(6 classes); no class Feb 5 Time: 3 - 4pm Cost: $60 M/$65 NM; $12 Drop-in Dust off your boots and c’mon down to do some line dancing! A great way to get some exercise and have fun!

Slow Motion Tai Chi

Free Class Thursday, January 17– Call to Register! Date: Thursdays, January 24 - 31(2 classes) Time: 10:30 - 11:30am Cost:$25.20 M/$27.30 NM; $15.75 D

Discover your inner energy, increase your balance, strength, mobility and breathing capacity and enjoy the pleasure of living in a more lively and relaxed body.

Minds in Motion

Date: Thursdays, January 17 - February 14(5 classes) Time: 1:30 - 3pm Cost: $31.50

Minds in Motion is designed for people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, and a family, friend or caregiver. Enjoy light exercise, followed by activities or games, and social time in a relaxed atmosphere. Refreshments provided.

Well Balanced Hatha Flow Yoga

Date: Mondays & Thursdays Time: 9 - 10am Date: Wednesdays Time: 5:30 -6:30pm Cost: $15.75 Drop-in or Punch Pass ($126 for 10 classes; non-refundable)

This class stretches and strengthens the whole body and is for beginners and experienced yogis alike. Class ends with a relaxing meditation.

Drop-Ins to Note Saturday Sing-a-Long

Date: Saturdays Time: 2 - 3 pm Cost: Members - Free; Non-members - $3.50

Ukulele Jam

Date: Thursdays Time: 9:30 - 11am Cost: Members - $2; Non-members - $3.50


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Chef’s Corner

Activities, cont...

Chef, Karen Taylor

Drop-Ins to Note Come Listen to Music

Victoria Accordion Club: Sunday, January 6 and 20 Mendelssohn Choir: Mondays, 6:30 - 9pm, Concert Sunday, Jan 27; 3 pm Sidney Wednesday Night Acoustical Jam: Wednesdays, 7 - 9:45pm The Splinters: Tuesday, January 8 *New Time: 1:15 - 2:15pm

Movie Nights

Date: Friday, January 4: “The Blind Side” Friday, January 18: “Birds of America” Time: 7pm Cost: Members - Free; Non-members - $2

Computer Clubs (By Appointment Only) Friday: computers & tablets Tuesday: Apple products only Cost: Members - $2; Non-members - $3.50

Time: 10:30am - 12pm Cost: Free

With identity theft and tax scams becoming increasingly frequent, this seminar will address email, phone and online scams. For more information on this workshop see page 7.

NADA Ear Acupuncture Date: Tuesday, January 22

Date: Thursday, January 24

Have a special day you want to celebrate? Our Dining Room offers delicious and nutritious homemade meals daily: come on your own or bring a friend or family member. For a larger group, make a reservation and we will have a table ready for you. We have special Sunday dinners of roast beef or turkey along with other options. Give yourself a break and join us here! Dining Room hours and prices below.

Time: 10:30am - 12pm Cost: Free

NADA (National Acupuncture Detoxification Association) is a standard procedure of Acupuncture in points of the ear to help with addictions, mental health and PTSD and generally boost energy and mental health. It is safe, noninvasive and non-addictive. Small sterile needles will be inserted in the ear and participants will sit quietly in the chair for 20 - 40 minutes. This will release endorphins, promoting a sense of calm and peace. Facilitated by Lisa Cumberland, R. TCMP, B.A. Psychology. Please arrive at 10:15 if you would like to attend.


Why not come to the Tides at SHOAL Dining Room for lunch or dinner?

Time: 1 - 3pm Time: 11am - 1pm

Seminars & Workshops (Call to Register) Tax Scam/Theft ID Seminar Date: Tuesday, January 22

Phone: 250-656-5537 ext. 107 E-mail:

Time: 1 - 3pm Cost: Free

Your feet are a map of your whole body and refloxologists use gentle pressure to areas of the sole to communicate with the body to increase circulation, decrease stress and ease pain. Book a 15 minute session with Angela Lucas to see how this ancient art can compliment traditional medicine.

Holistic Nutrition Discussion

Date: Wednesday, February 6 Time: 1:30 - 3pm Cost: Members - Free; Non-members - $3.50

Tuck Shop Special Cinnamon Buns $1.50 each Date: Wednesday, January 16 Delicious cinnamon buns drizzled with sweet icing. Bring a friend and enjoy a cinnamon bun with a coffee or tea from the Tuck Shop. Available this day only.

Dining Room Hours and Prices

Everyone Welcome! Call 250-656-5537 to make a reservation. All prices include tax. Gratuities are gratefully declined. We regret that we are unable to issue refunds for meals remaining on unused cards. Time

Single Meal


12 - 1:30pm



4:30 - 6pm


Facilitated by Angela Cusicianna RHN.



Meal Cards (based on Single Meal Pricing)

Larger Meal Option





(Save $1 per meal)

(Save $1 per meal)

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Profile: Dementia Friendly SHOAL

Photos: SHOAL Dementia Friendly Bulletin Board on the wall opposite the community events bulletin board, is filled with information and resources about dementia and programs offered by the Alzheimer Society of BC and some of SHOAL volunteers in the Mind in Motion® program; Beacon Community Services participants of the 2018 Alzheimer’s walk. SHOAL Centre, in partnership with the Alzheimer Society of BC, offers Minds in Motion®, a program designed for people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. The participant, along with a friend, family member or caregiver, can enjoy a program with light exercise, activities or games and a social time. Refreshments are provided. Dates, time and price of this program can be found on page 3. Beacon Community Services’ volunteers are part of this program assisting the facilitator from the Alzheimer’s Society and helping with individuals who do not have caregivers. It is one way we commit to being a dementia friendly centre. We also offer a Dementia Caregivers Support Group, the second Wednesday of the month from 1:30 - 3pm for spouses living with a loved one who has dementia. Our Family Caregivers Support group starting this January is for any caregiver, including those caring for someone with dementia; it’s running on the second Thursday of the month from 7 - 9pm. Join us on Tuesday, January 29, when Carolyn Brandley is here to speak on “A Good life with Dementia”; more information about this seminar can be seen on the front page. Call 250-656-5537 for more information or to register for these programs.

SHOAL Wellness Programs Be Well Clinic, resuming January 14, checks blood pressure and glucose every Monday in Auditorium A, 1 - 2pm. Admission by donation.

Better Breathers Program, for those with breathing difficulties, is held the fourth Monday of each month in

Auditorium B. The next meeting is Monday, January 28, 1:30 - 3pm. For information please call Kelly Ablog-Morrant at the BC Lung Association at 1-800-665-5864.

Dementia Caregivers’ Support Group, for those who are caring for someone with a diagnosis of Dementia or Alzheimer’s, meets the 2nd Wednesday of the month, 1:30 - 3pm. This group will be meeting on Wednesday, January 9. Participants must connect with the facilitator before attending. Call 250-656-5537 if you are interested.

Foot Care Clinic by Glynis Miller, Licensed Practical Foot Care Nurse of Soul to Sole Mobile Foot Care. Appointments

include: nail care (clipping, sanding, trimming) for Diabetic, difficult, thick or fungal nails. Care for callouses and corns, ending with a moisturizing foot rub. Sessions are 45 minutes every Thursday from 8:30am - 4:15pm. Please call SHOAL Centre to book an appointment – 250-656-5537.

Free Legal Clinic is held on the first Thursday of each month, 1 - 4pm. Book your 30 minute appointment in advance by calling us at 250-656-5537. The service is provided by David A. Busch of Perlman, Lindholm, Barristers and Solicitors. The next clinic will be Thursday, January 3.

White Cane Club, for those with vision impairment. This group meets the first Thursday of the month. Their next meeting is on Thursday, January 3, 2 - 3:30pm. Sharon from the Sidney Library will be speaking at this meeting.


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Volunteer & YEP News Sara Lawton, Volunteer Services & YEP Coordinator

Deb Greenaway, Direct Volunteer Services Coordinator

Phone: 250-656-5537 ext. 118 E-mail:

Phone: 250-656-5537 ext. 106 E-mail:

“Coffee’s On” Drop-in coffee morning for our

Sidney Sparkles Parade

Beacon staff and volunteers along with residents of SHOAL, YEP students and Beacon youth programs all came together to walk in the Sidney Sparkles parade this year. Beacon’s mission to help people and improve lives was rewarded by the many thanks that the crowd yelled out as we walked past.

Volunteer Drivers and Schedulers. Drop by the Lounge anytime between 10am and noon on Tuesday, January 8. Hope to see you there!

Better at Home Shopping Trips Mondays this month are: • • • •

Now Recruiting

White Cane Club Facilitator Beacon is seeking a volunteer to facilitate the Sidney White Cane Club. The White Cane Club provides resources and support to visually impaired and blind community members. This group meets monthly at the SHOAL Centre. Members come together to hear guest speakers and to connect with others who understand because their lifestyle has changed dramatically.

Youth Employment Program

Thanks to YEP, the Sidney Lions, Aviation Museam, Town of Sidney, SHOAL centre and Peninsula Celebrations had many helping hands at all the Christmas celebrations.

Welcome New Volunteers Brentwood House: Christina Compton, Emma Walsh SHOAL Sr. Lunch: Ingrid Shaw, Robert Shaw Income Tax: Fran Rothman, Pamela Wooton Restorative Justice: Pieta van Dyke Thrift Shop Sidney: Susan Ink, Patricia Jean TownParsons, Sujata Tadeparti Sluggett House: Rita Kirk Thrift Shop Victoria: Bernadette Fontanos, Christie Janak, Patricia Millet, Tricia Reed, Gabe White, Daphne Boulard, Eugene Pan, Gail Snider


January 7– Tillicum Mall January 14 – Uptown January 21 – Hillside January 28 - Uptown

Meet at SHOAL at 11:45am. Please call SHOAL reception at 250-656-5537 to register in advance.

Volunteer News

Good Food Box Saanich Peninsula’s affordable produce box Quality, fresh, seasonal, organic and conventional produce available to all Saanich Peninsula residents for reasonable prices! Orders will be delivered to SHOAL on the last Wednesday of each month (home delivery may be available – call to inquire), and orders are due the Wednesday prior to delivery. Order in person or by phone at 250-656-5537. Deadline for January orders is January 23, for delivery January 30. For more information call SHOAL Centre, or pick up a flyer at reception.

Sidney Single Seniors 55+

Are you 55 or older and single? The Sidney Single Seniors 55+ might be the perfect fit. Annual membership is $20. Activities include monthly meetings (usually with a guest speaker), bowling, meals at local restaurants, morning walks, picnics, bus trips up Island, and more. Our next regular meeting will be Wednesday, January 16 at 2pm in Auditorium A at SHOAL Centre. Guest speaker will be Dr. T Rennie Warburton, dept of Sociology, UVIC. Our January lunch will be at Sidney Harbour Chinese Restaurant. Plans are also underway for another trip to Chemainus Theatre Festival in the New Year. For more information call Gillian Else at 250-656-3971 or Gail Smith at 250-893-9764.


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Spotlight On: Information Rack Card Launch & Tax Scams/ID Theft Seminar Tuesday, January 22, 10:30am - 12pm All Purpose Room, SHOAL Centre Free (Refreshments & Information Available) Call 250-656-5537 or stop by SHOAL reception to register. Beacon Community Services is proud to be part of the the Saanich Peninsula Community Response Network (SPCRN) in launching the distribution of its recently produced information Rack Card, designed to attach to a fridge with a magnet. The card was produced with funding from the BC Community Response Network, the regional body that governs our local SPCRN and will be presented January 22 as part of a special workshop at SHOAL Centre – see below for more details. The card is available for free. With identify theft and tax scams becoming increasingly frequent, and not just for seniors but the public in general, the speakers for this workshop are from Service Canada and Canada Revenue Agency addressing email money scams, phone calls, and online accounts. Keeping your ID safe is vitally important and with the ease of technology, it is important to know how to protect yourself. The Rack Card, done in large print for easy reading, contains important phone numbers people can call if they are targeted by scams or notice or suspect that elder abuse (financial or otherwise) may be happening to someone they know. The card also has some basic information about the SPCRN, highlighting that free education awareness workshops are offered to the community to help people learn about elder abuse and responses to this often sensitive subject. Keeping safe is not just about ourselves, but also our community – our family, friends and neighbours. We urge you to attend this valuable information session, and pick up a Rack Card and magnet to post on your fridge. Lukas Siliverdis, Outreach officer at the Canada Revenue Agency, has worked for CRA for over 10 years and Outreach for the last year. CRA Outreach team is responsible for helping to make tax benefit and credit information more accessible to Canadians, in particular seniors, Indigenous peoples, newcomers and refugees, youth, persons with disabilities, and homeless and housing-insecure. Tzena Russell, Citizen Services Specialist, Service Canada, focuses on connecting with the public and service providers to help them better understand how to access programs, services and information. She will share preventative measures you can take to protect yourself and your personal information.


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Monday Woodworking Shop - 8:30am - 9pm

SHOAL Community Centre Weekly Drop-In Schedule

Woodworking Shop - 8:30am - 9pm


Clay Works - 10:30am - 2:30pm

Sidney Single Seniors - 2 - 4pm - 3rd Wednesday

Table Tennis - 6:30 - 9pm

White Cane Club - 2 - 3:30pm - 1st Thursday

Practice Bridge - 1 - 4pm

Clay Works - 1 - 4pm

Games and Social - 1 - 3pm - 1st & 3rd Thursday

Singles Table Tennis - 12:30 - 3:30pm

Chair Fit - 11:30am - 12:30pm

Slow Motion Tai Chi ($15.75/class) - 10:30 - 11:30am

Uke Jam - 9:30 - 11am

Well Balanced Hatha Flow Yoga ($15.75/class) - 9 - 10am

Silversmithing and Lapidary - 9am - 12pm

Carving - 8:30am - 12pm

Woodworking Shop - 8:30am - 9pm


Movie Night - 7 - 9pm - 2 times a month (see page 4)

Pickle Ball - 2 - 4pm

Beginners Pottery - 2 - 4pm

Knitting - 1 - 3pm

Computer Club - 1 - 3pm

Progressive Contract Bridge - 1 - 4pm - Singles Welcome

Gentle Chair Yoga ($12/class) - 12:30 - 1:30pm

Stretch & Strength -10:15 - 11:15am

Table Tennis - 9:30am - 12pm

Balanced Strength - 9 - 10am

Boot Camp - 8 - 9am

Woodworking Shop - 8:30am - 9pm


Tuck Shop Open: 9am - 3pm; Evenings: 6 - 7pm; Board Games in the Lobby Tuesday Woodworking Shop - 8:30am - 9pm

Computer Club - 11am - 1pm - By appointment only

Contract Bridge - 1 - 4pm - Foursome Required

Crafts - 1 - 3pm

Duplicate Bridge - 6 - 9:45pm - Partner Required

SHOAL Portrait Painters - 1 - 4pm

Therapeutic Yoga ($15.75/class) - 1:30 - 2:30pm

SWANJ Music Jam - 7 - 9:45pm

The Splinters - 1:15 - 2:115pm - 2nd Tuesday

Toastmasters - 7 - 9pm

Table Tennis - 6:30 - 9pm

Well Balanced Hatha Flow Yoga ($15.75/class) - 530 - 6:30pm

Chess Club - 1 - 3pm

Duplicate Bridge - 12:45 - 4pm

Chair Fit - 11:30am - 12:30pm

Boot Camp - 8 - 9am Faceting and Lapidary Boot Camp - 8 - 9am - 9am - 12pm Balanced Strength Balanced Strength - 9 - 10am Tai Chi ($12/class) - 9 - 10am - 10 - 11am Well Balanced Hatha Table Tennis Flow Yoga ($15.75/class) Clothed Figure Drawing - 9:30am - 12pm - 9 - 10am - 10am - 12pm Stretch & Strength - 5 drop-in spots available - 10:15 - 11:15am Bio-Magnestism - Pain Relief Practice ($15.75) - 10:30 - 11:30am Oil/Acrylic Painting - 9am - 12pm Table Tennis - 9:30am - 12pm Stretch & Strength - 10:15 - 11:15am Singles Table Tennis - 12:30 - 3:30pm Cribbage - 1 - 4pm Be Well Clinic - 1 - 2pm Better Breathers - 1 - 3pm - 4th Monday Mah Jong - 1 - 4pm Retrofit Chair Yoga ($15.75/class) - 1:30 - 2:30pm Meditation ($10.50/class) - 6:30 - 7:45pm Mendelssohn Choir - 6:30 - 9pm



Sing-a-long - 2 - 3pm


Accordion Club - January 6 & 20

Duplicate Bridge - 12:45 - 4pm - Partner Required

All Activity times are subject to change.

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TideLines January 2019  

The newsletter for Beacon Community Services at SHOAL Centre.

TideLines January 2019  

The newsletter for Beacon Community Services at SHOAL Centre.