Classes for Seniors

We work out to keep our bodies fit but our minds need to stay active as well. Learning new things supports mental and emotional wellness for older adults. Lifelong learning provides a sense of purpose and achievement, helps keep memories sharp and brings people together for social connections and friendship. Saskatoon Council on Aging offers a variety of classes for seniors 55 plus to support positive and healthy aging. From art to technology, there is something for everyone! 

TO REGISTER FOR CLASSES: Phone 306.652.2255 to pay with credit card. You may also send a cheque to SCOA, 2020 College Drive, Saskatoon, S7N 2W4 or pay at our office in the Field House. Payment must be received at time of registration.

65 years and older? Find out how the Canada Revenue Agency [CRA] can help!
Thursday, Dec 1 10 am, Online via ZOOM, Free

The CRA uses the information from your tax return to calculate your benefit and credit amounts and any related provincial or territorial payments. Other government departments use this information to calculate payments, such as the Old Age Security pension and the Guaranteed Income Supplement. Find out how Benefits and credits can put money in your pocket and help you make ends meet. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

January 2023

FAST Program – Strong, Balanced and Fast for Older Adults
Weds Jan 25 to Weds April 12, 9 am to 10 am
Mtg Room 3, Saskatoon Field House Cost: $75 for 12 weeks

Strong, Balanced, & FAST is an exercise program aimed at older adults with a focus on balance, upper and lower body strength and mobility, and core stability.
Attendance at all sessions is recommended but not mandatory.
Wear loose fitting clothing or anything comfortable for movement.
A limited number of yoga mats will be provided; please feel free to bring your own mat
To register, phone 306.652.2255

Cautious Consumerism: Protect Yourself Against Identity Theft and Fraud
presented by the Credit Counselling Society
Thurs Jan 26, 10 am , Online via ZOOM
Cost: $10, free for SCOA members

Frauds and scams cost Canadians billions of dollars every year. With advancing technology, criminal fraud is moving past your basic phishing emails and can hit us very close to home. Knowing this, we can implement safety measures to prevent ourselves from being victimized.
Join us for an interactive webinar where you will learn how to:
· Protect yourself against identify theft and fraud;
· Know steps to take if you’ve been victimized;
· Know where, when and how to report fraud; and more
TO REGISTER PHONE 306.652.2255

Experience Transit

Learn to ride the bus to get where you need to go! If you’re interested in participating in Experience Transit to learn how to take the bus in Saskatoon email or call 306.975.3100.
Workshops are held several time per year.