Seniors Neighbourhood Hub Clubs

A program of the Saskatoon Council on Aging, Seniors Neighbourhood Hub Clubs are free social clubs for older adults 55 plus. The Hub Clubs promote social participation for older adults, a key aspect of an age-friendly city.

Mayfair Seniors Neighbourhood Hub Club features ONLINE Zoom monthly programming the 3rd Thursday of each month
. If you need assistance phone 306.652.2255 and leave a message to receive a call back. For more information and support, please visit the Seniors Help website

Mayfair Seniors Neighbourhood Hub Club

May 19 – 1:30 pm “Remembering When” – Saskatoon Fire Department (Location: Mayfair United Church 902 33rd Street West – Everyone 55 + is welcome! Attendance is free.)

Join Dori Krahn, communication officer with the Saskatoon Fire Department, for a presentation of “Remembering When” – a program meant to help older adults mitigate fire and fall hazards in their environment.

June 16 – 1:30 pm  “Live Music & Windup” – The Old Tyme Rhythm Makers (Location: Mayfair United Church 902 33rd Street West – Everyone 55 + is welcome! Attendance is free.)

Join us for a live presentation of music by the The Old Tyme Rhythm Makers! This group of accomplished musicians will help us windup the season with a variety of traditional and contemporary music meant to trigger feel-good memories.

Thank you to sponsors and grantors: Saskatoon Council on Aging, Saskatchewan Lotteries, Community Initiatives Fund, The Medicine Shoppe

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The Silverwood Height’s Senior Neighbourhood Hub Club continues virtually on the first Tuesday of the month. Check the SHCA website for the most up-to-date information.

A program of the Silverwood Community Association Contact:

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The Nutana Legion requires all visitors to show proof of double vaccination. Masks are also mandatory.

A program of the Eastview Community Association.


Seniors Hub Club at St. Martins

Programming is suspended until further notice because of COVID-19 restrictions.

A program of St. Martin’s Church