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TideLines News from SHOAL Centre

April 2019

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

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Thank You... all the generous people who have donated items to SHOAL activity groups. Lapidary has received rock and a trim saw; crafts and knitting have received card making materials, yarn, fabric and various finished items for our craft fairs. Thank you to Sharon & Del, Jean Claude, Dina and all who leave things anonymously. We appreciate your support! ... to everyone who purchases items from our craft showcase we often do not get to thank you but enjoy knowing you like our creations! Beacon Community Services thanks all our volunteers for supporting our programs with your time and efforts ~ Volunteers Lift Communities!

National Volunteer Week

April 7 - 13 marks National Volunteer Week 2019 with the theme of “The Volunteer Factor - Lifting Communities”. We feel grateful to honor Beacon Community Services Volunteers who give so generously of their time to lift the people in our community and help improve their lives!

Inspired Aging

Date: Wednesdays, April 3 - 24

Time: 2 - 3pm

Cost: $50.40/4 classes; $15.75 drop-in

Thrive, rewire and beat the aging myth! Learn how to feed your brain and body to avoid oxidative stress, rewire brain circuits for optimum functioning and change limiting beliefs and patterns that we have absorbed from others. Gain simple tools to bring more vitality and energy to your body. Presented by Kressa Sisu author of “How to get out of your own way”. Call to register.

Advance Care Planning Date: Tuesday, April 16

Time: 2 - 4pm

Cost: Free!

Advance Care Planning…what’s your excuse? I’m too busy? It’s bad luck? I’m too young? Those are just a few of the reasons that Canadians have for not having conversations with loved ones about what might happen if they couldn’t make medical decisions for themselves. It’s time to stop making excuses and get talking. Join Dawn Dompierre from Island Health, along with Del Elgersam on April 16th, also known as National Advance Care Planning Day. Call to register.

Lunch and Paint Workshop

Date: Saturday, April 27 Time: 12 - 4pm with lunch; 1 - 4 without lunch Cost: $44.50 with lunch; $34.50 without lunch

What’s Inside

We welcome Richard Wong back for another fun workshop. Come enjoy lunch in our dining room then spend a relaxing afternoon painting “Owls” with Richard, a local professional wildlife artist. Richard will take you through his tried and true methods in creating pleasing imagery on Japanese art paper that’s relaxed, fun and fully supported. All levels welcome – beginners are especially encouraged! Supplies: Bring your own (ask at SHOAL reception for a list) OR rent a kit directly from the instructor in class for $5. Some supplies available for purchase (masa paper, Chinese brushes, spray bottles).

Mark Your Calendars Notices Activity Office News SHOAL Wellness Programs Chef’s Corner/Food Services Volunteer Services News Youth Employment Program News Spotlight On... Drop-in Schedule

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Spring & Easter Mini Craft Fair in SHOAL Lobby Date: Tuesday, April 2 Time: 10 am - 2 pm TideLines April 2019

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:

April is always a special month at SHOAL Centre as we host Beacon Community Services Volunteer Appreciation Lunch. This annual event is a chance to say thank you to all of our Beacon volunteers and recognize them for their years of service. SHOAL Centre benefits from over 100 volunteers who lead activities, answer phones, provide office administration, operate the Tuck Shop, file income taxes, arrange drives for medical appointments, help with special events, and more. Please join me in saying a special thank you to all Beacon volunteers this month….as they help people and improve lives every day!

Notices Easter Weekend Hours

SHOAL Community Centre will be closed Friday, April 19 to Monday April 22 inclusive, for the Easter long weekend. However, our front doors will be open 11am - 7 pm. The Tides at SHOAL Dining room will be open every day with our regular lunch and dinner hours. A special Easter day dinner will be held on Sunday, April 21, menu on page 5. Call to make a reservation.

Beacon Community Services Scholarships

Each year Beacon offers up to 4 scholarships of up to $1500 each to graduating students from school districts 61, 62, 63 or 64 who demonstrate exemplary volunteerism/community service or leadership. If you know a deserving youth, encourage them to apply! The application deadline is end of day May 1, 2019. Please send applications to: Scholarship Applications, Beacon Community Services, 2723 Quadra Street, Victoria BC, V8T 4E5, or by email to scholarships@ (include Beacon Scholarships and your school district number in the email subject line). More application information is on Beacon’s website:

Income Tax Prep

Our Community Volunteer Income Tax Program will continue for the month of April. To qualify your income must be modest (single person up to $35,000; couple up to $45,000) and your tax situation must be simple. Your income source must be from employment, pension, benefits such as Canada Pension Plan, disability, employment insurance, social assistance, RRSP’, support payments, scholarships, bursaries or grants or interest (under $1000). Monday - Friday 9 am - 12 pm & 1 - 4 pm This is a free service. Appointments are not necessary as intakes are on a first come first serve basis, each day.

N.E.A.T ! - Neighbours Engaging in Activities Together

Neighbours Engaging In Activities Together (NEAT) is a program for older adults who would like to try a variety of activities in a fun, supportive environment and learn more about resources in their community. Participants do not need to be physically fit or socially outgoing, just open to connecting with others. The program is free and takes place on Wednesdays from 1:45-3:15pm, April 3-May 15 at Beacon’s Wakefield Manor (9924 Third St, Sidney). Contact Laura Van Dyk at for more information.

Sidney Library Pop-up

The Sidney Library is poppin’ up again! Stop in Friday April 5, 12 and 26 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. 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:

Call to Register for these Courses Emotional Management & the Search for Happiness

Date: Mondays, April 1 - 29; no class April 22 (4 classes) Time: 10:30 - 11:30am Cost: $50.40; $15.75 Drop-in

Learn how to free yourself from negative emotions and establish a state of peace, well-being and harmony independent of life circumstances.

*New! Zumba® Gold

Date: Thursdays, April 4 - May 16(7 classes) Time: 10:30 - 11:30am Cost: Use Punchcard or $8 drop-in

Zumba® is Latin dance-inspired fitness program — classes are fun, energetic, and will make you feel amazing! Zumba® Gold is lower impact but still loads of fun. No dance experience is necessary — everyone can enjoy the Zumba® Gold experience! Corinne has a passion for seniors’ fitness and is a certified Zumba® Gold Instructor.

Slow Motion Tai Chi

Date: Thursdays, April 4 - 25 (4 classes) Time: 10:30 - 11:30am Cost: $50.40; $15.75 Drop-in

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

Tai Chi

Date: Tuesdays, April 9 - May 14(6 classes) Time: 10 - 11am Cost: $70; $12 Drop-in

Using 18 easy to follow Qi Gong movements, participants can increase circulation, experience more restful sleep, improve digestion, better manage chronic pain and increase balance.

*New! Zumba® Gold; Seated/Standing

Date: Saturdays, ongoing session until April 13; new session Apr 27 Time: 10 - 10:45am Cost: $10 drop-in

Zumba® is a Latin dance-inspired fitness class and Zumba Gold is designed to be accessible to everyone regardless of fitness level. Remain seated or stand and move to the oldies-but-goodies: sing along and have fun too! Corinne has a passion for seniors’ fitness and is a certified Zumba ® Gold Instructor.


Date: Mondays, ongoing; new session Apr 15 -June 3 (6 classes); no class Apr 22 & May 20 Time: 6:30 - 7:45pm Cost: $54; $10.50 Drop-in

This class, suitable for everyone, will focus on meditation and Buddhist teachings to help create a more peaceful mind. Begin with a meditation followed by a Buddhist teaching, a tea break, and ending with another meditation.

Balance Booster

Date: Tuesdays/Thursdays May 14 - June 20 (12 classes) Time: 10:20 - 11:20 am Cost: $110(12 sessions)

This slow-paced class targets balance by using safe and effective exercises to increase strength, mobility and balance.

Well Balanced Hatha Flow Yoga

Date: Mondays, Thursdays; no class Apr 22 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.

*NEW! Sit and Stay Fit

Date: Thursdays, ongoing Time: 12:40 - 1:10pm Cost: $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. *Register early to avoid the disappointment of a cancelled program!

Minds in Motion

Date: Thursdays, ongoing; no class April 25 & May 2 Time: 1:30 - 3pm Cost: Class prices vary; call SHOAL reception at 250-656-5537 for information

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.

Gentle Chair Yoga (Co-Ed)

Date: Fridays, ongoing; no class April 12 & 19 Time: 12:30 - 1:30 pm Cost: $78.75; $12 Drop-in This popular class helps to improve breathing, strengthens your inner core and gives you an overall sense of vitality and well being, while you stay seated on a chair.


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Chef’s Corner

Activities, cont...

Chef, Karen Taylor

Drop-Ins to Note Saturday Sing-a-Long

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

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

Easter Dinner Sunday, April 21

Come Listen to Music

Victoria Accordion Club: Sundays, April 7 & 28 Mendelssohn Choir: Mondays, 6:30 - 9pm Sidney Wednesday Night Accoustical Jam: Wednesdays, 7 - 9:45pm The Splinters: Tuesday, April 9, 1:15pm

Roast Turkey with all the trimmings Mashed Potatoes & Gravy Carrots & Peas Green Salad

Movie Nights

Date: Friday, April 12: “Lucky You” Friday, April 26: “The Quiet Man” Time: 7pm Cost: Members - Free; Non-members - $2

Computer Clubs (By Appointment Only) Friday: computers & tablets; no session Apr 19 Tuesday: Apple products only Cost: Members - $2; Non-members - $3.50

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

Apple Pie with ice cream $15 4:30 and 6 pm sittings

Call 250-656-5537 to make a reservation

Seminars & Workshops (Call to Register) Holistic Nutrition Discussion: Alzheimer’s Disease

Tuck Shop Special

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

Learn about the link between sugar and Alzheimer’s Disease. This will be the last session until September 2019. Facilitated by Angela Cusicianna RHN.

Third Age and Holistic Spirituality Date: Thursday, April 11

Time: 2pm

Date: Tuesday, April 23

Time: 1:15pm

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


Cost: Free

Come join Robert and Ranill Holden and sing along with this lively gospel singing performance. Popular gospel music sure to stir up some feel good memories and get you singing from the heart.


We will be selling mini cupcakes at the Tuck Shop Monday - Thursday April 15 - 18, celebrating the approach of the Easter long weekend.

Cost: $15.75

Facilitator Gerald Pachulski believes just as the caterpillar frees itself from the cocoon and becomes a butterfly, your authentic being must free itself from the limitations of the physical body to reveal its true universal nature. Death is not the end of life, it is a passage to the beginning of a new state. This revelation may change your life!

The Singing Holdens

Mini Cupcakes: $0.50 each or 3 for $1


Meal Cards (based on Single Meal Pricing)

Larger Meal Option





(Save $1 per meal)

(Save $1 per meal)

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Profile: Meet the Volunteer Senior Advocates Team Today’s world is increasingly web based and communication, (whether web based or by phone) can present some challenges for seniors trying to access services and information. We have all experienced the frustration of what should be a simple call for information to government agencies as we navigate a long list of choices and long wait times when we are put on hold. Do not despair, our volunteer team of advocates are ready to help! They are available to provide guidance, information and assistance navigating websites, making phone inquiries and developing strategies to address matters such as: senior housing, health care systems, unexpected financial hardships, online applications and correspondence.

Introducing our team! John Anderson is a retired school teacher and administrator. He has volunteered at Beacon in a variety of roles including: volunteer driver, Chair of Board of Directors, the Income Tax program and as a pioneer of the volunteer advocacy. Gillian Boucher is a retired bookkeeper and accountant. Her volunteer portfolio is diverse and includes: volunteering for Beacon as a visitor, reception, and driver. She has experience in advocacy in domestic violence and as a Red Cross disaster volunteer.

Phil Schwartz is a retired social worker with the Ministry of Children and Family Development. His passions are golf, family, reading and helping others.

Sandra Donaldson is a retired business owner with 25 years experience as a driller and blaster. She is a lifelong learner who loves research and helping others.

Keith Rolfe is a retired Chartered Accountant. He has been an avid volunteer for Beacon since 2008 and his accomplishments include Chair of the Board of Directors and Income Tax program. A few of his additional accomplishments include serving as an Alberta Lay Bencher for the Law Society, chairing the Eye Care Disciplines Advisory Committee and the Persons with Development Disabilities Board in Alberta.

We are so grateful to have these empathetic volunteers committed to supporting seniors through challenging systems and situations! Appointments are available at the SHOAL Centre the first Tuesday and last Thursday of every month. Email: or call 250-656-5537 to book an appointment.

SHOAL Wellness Programs Be Well Clinic 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. There will not be a meeting in April– the next meeting is Monday, May 27, 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, April 10. Participants must connect with the facilitator before attending – 250-656-5537.

Family Caregivers’ Support Group for family members or friends in a caregiver role. This group meets the 2nd Thursday of the month, 7 - 9pm. This group will be meeting on Thursday, April 11. Drop in if you feel you could benefit from this program.

Foot Care Clinic by Glynis Miller, Licensed Practical Foot Care Nurse of Soul to Sole Mobile Foot Care. Appointments are every Thursday and 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. Please call SHOAL Centre to book an appointment – 250-656-5537. Note, there is no foot care clinic on Thursday, April 25.

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 Friday, April 5.

White Cane Club for those with vision impairment. This group meets the first Thursday of the month. Their next meeting is on Thursday, April 4, 2 - 3:30pm.


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Volunteer News Deb Greenaway, Direct Volunteer Services Coordinator

Sara Lawton, Volunteer Services & Youth Employment Program Coordinator

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

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

Now Recruiting

SHOAL Reception We are looking for volunteers at reception at the SHOAL Centre. Every day is a new day at reception at SHOAL, so if you like to learn on the job this one is for you! Duties include answering phones, registering participants in programs and working the cash register and debit machine. First impressions are important so we are looking for someone with a happy disposition who thrives on variety in life and has a genuine desire to help people. Shifts are 3 hours 9:00am12:00pm or 1:00pm – 4:00pm. Contact Sara at volunteer@ TideLines Delivery, Brentwood Bay If you like to be out in the community you will love this role. Help us to spread the word about programs, services and events at SHOAL Centre; enjoy a walk and connect with the community at the same time! TideLines is published monthly and delivery takes approximately 2 hours. Contact Sara @ It has been a great year for Volunteer Services! Beacon’s volunteer team continues to grow as we respond to the needs of the community and provide services aimed at helping people and improving lives. We have added some exciting volunteer opportunities such as: supporting the monthly seniors’ lunch, accompanying the weekly shopping bus trip, senior advocacy, special events at the SHOAL centre, Music and Memory detective, and creating memory books in dementia housing. To learn more about these new roles contact Sara at

Welcome New Volunteers Income Tax: David Goold Restorative Justice: Laurie Ann Todd Sluggett House: Sara Hansen, Kerry Lou Richardson, Gwen Van Der Kamp Thrift Shops Brentwood: Ingrid Patterson, Justina Savage, Carolyn Brody Thrift Shop Sidney: Helene Zwiek, Marguerite PowysLybbe, Lois Weaver YEP Job Coach & Special Events: Celia Fung Wachal


“Coffee’s On” Drop-in coffee morning for our Volunteer Drivers and Schedulers. Drop by the Lounge anytime between 10am and noon on Tuesday, April 2. Hope to see you there!

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

April 1 – Tillicum April 8 – Uptown April 15 – Mayfair April 22 - No Bus Trip April 29–Hillside

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, local, 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 April orders is April 17, for delivery April 24. 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. Our regular meeting is on Wednesday, April 17 at 2pm in Auditorium A, SHOAL Centre. Our other activities include meals at local restaurants, ferry trips, bus trips up island, morning walks, picnics, coffee, five pin bowling and putting at the Ridge. April activities will include lunch at “Boondocks” and possibly a tour of the Naval Base in Esquimalt. If you wish to attend a meeting or function or join the group call Gail Smith at 250-893-9764 or Gillian Else at 250656-3971.


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Spotlight on: Beacon Community Services Beacon Community Services in our Community Beacon Community Services is a community-based, charity. We provide care and support to our community through a wide range of programs and services – including health, children and family, training and employment, seniors’ service, housing and volunteer services. Here are some pictures of what we have been doing in the community this year:

Grew the Music & Memory program in our dementia homes.

Opened our brand new Thrift Store on 3rd Street in Sidney.

Offered monthly seniors lunches, providing opportunities to meet new people and learn about available resources.

Supported and connected with residents in all our care facilities.

Received a BC Child Care Award of Excellence at our Infant Toddler Centre.

Participated in the Sidney Sparkles parade for the first time!

As you may have heard, there are significant changes coming to local home support services. Island Health and Beacon Community Services, who currently delivers health authority funded home support services on Southern Vancouver Island the Gulf Islands, have agreed to transition the services to Island Health on Nov 1, 2019. The shift will help integrate home support into a new, larger team-based model of care and support consistent processes and service approaches across the health authority. Beacon’s home support staff will have the opportunity to join Island Health’s team and Beacon and Island Health will work together to provide a smooth transition for clients and staff over the coming months. Other Beacon staff and volunteers will continue with our charity’s many other programs and services, building on Beacon’s mission of helping people and improving lives in our community. If you have questions about the home support transition, please refer to Island Health’s Community Access Line: 250-3882273 or toll free: 1-888-533-2273, or email


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SHOAL Community Centre Weekly Drop-In Schedule

Table Tennis - 9:30am - 12pm

Oil/Acrylic Painting - 9am - 12pm

Duplicate Bridge - 12:45 - 4pm

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

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

Woodworking Shop - 8:30am - 9pm


Woodworking Shop - 8:30am - 9pm Carving - 8:30am - 12pm

Balanced Strength - 9 - 10am Table Tennis - 9:30am - 12pm Stretch & Strength - 10:15 - 11:15am Clay Works - 10:30am - 2:30pm Contract Bridge - 1 - 4pm - Foursome Required SHOAL Portrait Painters - 1 - 4pm Sidney Single Seniors - 2 - 4pm - 3rd Wednesday Duplicate Bridge - 6 - 9:45pm - Partner Required SWANJ Music Jam - 7 - 9:45pm

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

Boot Camp - 8 - 9am


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

Relaxation, Meditation & Dreamwork ($15.75/class) - 10:30 - 11:30am

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

Monday Woodworking Shop - 8:30am - 9pm Faceting and Lapidary - 9am - 12pm Tai Chi ($12/class) - 10 - 11th

Boot Camp - 8 - 9am Balanced Strength - 9 - 10am

Stretch & Strength - 10:15 - 11:15am Chess Club - 1 - 3pm

Conversational Spanish - 10 - 11:30am

Singles Table Tennis - 12:30 - 3:30pm Crafts - 1 - 3pm

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

Cribbage - 1 - 4pm Therapeutic Yoga Be Well Clinic - 1 - 2pm ($15.75/class) Better Breathers - 1:30 - 2:30pm - 1 - 3pm The Splinters - 4th Monday - 1:15pm Mah Jong - 1 - 4pm - 2nd Tuesday Retrofit Chair Yoga Table Tennis ($15.75/class) - 6:30 - 9pm - 1:30 - 2:30pm Toastmasters Meditation ($10.50/class) - 7 - 9pm - 6:30 - 7:45pm Mendelssohn Choir - 6:30 - 9pm



Zumba Gold Seated/Standing - 10 - 10:45am

Sing-a-long - 2 - 3pm


Accordion Club - April 7 & 28

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

All Activity times are subject to change.

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Profile for Beacon Community Services

TideLines - April 2019  

The newsletter for Beacon Community Services at SHOAL Centre

TideLines - April 2019  

The newsletter for Beacon Community Services at SHOAL Centre