Social Opportunities for Seniors in Saskatoon

Seniors Social Clubs in Saskatoon

Seniors Neighbourhood Hub Clubs

Club L’Age D’Ord Saskatoon: 306.374.7787 – Yolande Marchildon

  • Must speak or understand French, meetings at the Parish Hall, Kaiser, Whist, Potluck once per month

Fees:  $10.00 per year and $2.00 per meeting

Cosmopolitan Senior Citizens Centre Phone:  306.652.9766
Program Times:  September to May, Tuesday and Thursday 9:15 and 10:15 am

  • Cardiovascular, endurance, flexibility,  strength, relaxation
  • Instructor has extensive training
  • Non members welcome, encouraged to join

Fees:  Membership $10.00 and/or drop-in $3.00

Draggins Rod and Custom Car Club 

Box 1682, Saskatoon, Sask.S7K 3R8

Fairfield Seniors Center Contact: Sheldon Kraus – President – 306.382.1689

Please call for program dates and times

Forest Grove Community Church Seniors: Mary Lou Peters -306.384.6811

Program Times: Please call for program dates and times

Age 55+, fellowship, entertainment, caring

Holiday Park Seniors Phone: Cliff Elliot -306.382.4606

Program Times:Please call for program dates and times 
Details:Age 50+ and mentally handicapped adults 
Recreational and educational opportunities for those in the Holiday Park area Carpet bowling Sunday at 1:30pm, Wednesday at 7:30pm Anniversary Social in October Fees: $2.00/year

Mayfair Carpet Bowling Association Phone: 306.382.3385

Details:  Carpet bowling Wednesday afternoon for 2 games 
Fees:  Membership September – May $10.00/year,  $1.00/session

Mayfair Lawn Bowling Club: 306.652.3152

Program Times: June to September, Wednesday (10:00am) Details:  Learn to bowl offered in May Tournaments available Fees:  New members $75.00 per year membership or drop-in $5.00

Nutana Lawn Bowling Club Phone: 306.665.0304

Details:  May to September Club bowling Tuesday and Thursday nights Tournaments and special events throughout season Learn to bowl classes 
Fees: Membership

Nutana Legion #362 Phone: 306.374.6303

Program Times:  Thursday carpet bowling 12:00pm-4:00pm
Details: Services for seniors, carpet bowling

  • Various activities, artifact/museum available for tours
  • Fees: Minimal yearly fee

Nutana Seniors Citizen Association Phone: 306.373.0865

Details: Carpet bowling Thursday at 12:30pm Potluck supper( one per month September to April) Socialization, recreation, dance, Legion Hall available for rent No smoking/drinking Fees: $5.00/year

Riversdale Lawn Bowling Club Phone:  Shirley –306.978.1041

Program Times:  May to October, Monday to Saturday 7:00pm to sunset
Details:  A very social and happy group Social events on Saturday evenings Membership and/or drop-in $3.00

Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 63 Diane Winters – 306.244.7575

Details: Veterans, their families (including brothers and sisters) and people interested in veteran work are welcome Pool, cards, snooker Promotes veterans’ interests by working with Department of Veterans Affairs Last Post Fund provides proper burials for members Assists veterans and their families, community work, educational assistance

Fees: $45.00/year membership

Saskatoon Community Clinic Seniors Program Phone: 306.664.4270

Program Times:  Phone for times
Details:Services available to clinic patients and/or members Community Clinic Volunteer Program with the elderly; phone: 306-664-4283; fax: 306-653-1417

Saskatoon Co-op – Seniors’ Bus Program

The Seniors’ Bus Program is a door to door bus service provided to 30 Seniors Residences and supported in part by our Book Exchanges.

Saskatoon Co-op offers a free busing service for our senior members to our Greystone and Westview Food Stores on the first and third Wednesday (some exceptions apply) of each month (excluding July and August) from different locations across the city.

For more information, please contact the Greystone or Westview Food Store locations or call 306.933.3801. You can also contact us at .

Saskatoon Heritage Society Address: Box 7051, Saskatoon, SK, S7K 4J1

Details: Preservation of buildings, neighborhoods and sites in Saskatoon and district, which are of historical and aesthetic value

  • See website for programs and events
  • Meetings the third Wednesday of each month at the Meewasin Valley Authority, 402 3rd Ave South

Fees: $10.00/year Senior membership, $15.00/year adult membership

Saskatoon Memory Writer’s Club Phone: 306.652.3245

Program Times: Second Saturday of the month: 10:00am-12:00pm at Edwards Family Centre  
Details: Opportunity to share life memories and write them down

Fees: Membership $10.00 per year

Saskatoon Old-Timers Association Phone: Allister – 306.975.2062

Program Times: Third Saturday of the month; September-November, January-May
Details:Social group for Saskatoon and Saskatchewan residents to keep the memories of pioneers aliveBus trips, Christmas dinner and May supper at Parktown Hotel

Old time cabin at the exhibition for free coffee on seniors day during exhibition week

Fees: $5.00/year

Saskatoon Retired Teachers Phone: 306.242.9411

Program Times:2nd Wednesday of each month (Sept-June)
Details:June banquet and Christmas banquet

Must be a retired teacher to be a member

St. George’s Senior Citizens Club Phone: 306.384.4644

Program Times: Please call for program dates and times
Details:To join one spouse must be 55 years of age

Socializing, crafts, bowling, bingo, cards

Holds picnics for handicapped in area

Will cater lunches for funerals and visit nursing homes

Fees: $5.00/year; Bowling: $60.00 per season

St. Peter and Paul Senior Citizen Club Phone: 306.934.8058

Program Times: Meet every Wednesday Details: Age 50+
Meals, potlucks, bus tours Fees: $10.00/year membership

Sutherland Senior Citizens Club Phone: 306.933.2572

Program Times: Please see details below
Details:Age 50+

  • Carpet bowling Tuesday at 1:00pm followed by coffee and lunch (3 games & lunch-$1.00)
    Every fourth Thursday of the month is a potluck supper followed by bingo, whist and cards
    Fees$3.00/year membership

Ukrainian Senior Citizens’ Club Phone: 306.652.3178

Program Times: Wednesday meeting 12:30pm-4:00pm
Details:Age 50+, choir practice 

  • Mandolin group and choir singing to nursing homes
  • Members attend regional meetings and provincial conventions

Fees: $10.00/year