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Older Adults

Capreol Seniors

Club 240
Location: 9 Morin Street, Capreol
Contact: Don Degagne, 705-858-1164
Events and activities include: Meetings on the second Thursday of each month (except July and August) at 10:30 a.m., potluck supper on the third Sunday of each month at 5:00 p.m. (except June, July, August and December). Bus service for members to Sudbury on the first Wednesday of each month (leaves Capreol Old Town Hall at 10:30 a.m. and returns at 2:30 p.m.). Line dancing on Monday from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Cards (500) on Wednesday from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., mid-September to mid-May (except first Wednesday of each month).

CARP Canada - City of Greater Sudbury Chapter

A New Vision of Aging for Canada.
The mission of CARP is to improve the quality of life and to promote the well-being of all Canadians through advocacy, education, dissemination of information, money-saving services and programs specially designed for adults.
Location: Science North, Laamanen Room
Contact: Hugh Kruzel, 705-618-9510, [email protected]

Annual Membership Fees: National ($19.95); Local ($5.00). CARP members receive discounts at Science North, IMAX, exhibits planetarium, Wizards gift shop, etc. Benefits vary by season.

General meetings: Meetings are announced using local media. Please see Community Announcement. Some topics include: interesting speakers about fraud and scams, diabetes,
Drive Wise, health issues, travel, home grants, pension incomes and income tax benefits.

Travel Club: Driven by member requests.

Club d’Age d’Or de la Vallée

Club d’Âge d’Or de la Vallée offers activities and services to promote and develop the wellness and happiness of older adults. Activities are accessible to people age 45 and over who are members of the Club.
Location: 26 Côté Boulevard, Hanmer
Contact: 705-969-8649
Fax : 705-969-7479
Email: [email protected]
Membership: $15.00
Our Goal:
To enable older adults or individuals with chronic illnesses to stay in familiar surroundings and stay active within their community through the following means: outdoor excursions, recreational events, educational presentations/workshops.
Our Services:
Telephone calls, day centre and meals every Monday, health presentations, information workshops, volunteer work, carpentry shop and hall rentals.
Activities include:

  • Monday - Day Centre includes exercise: hot meals, presentations, cards and amateur musicians on the last Monday of the month.

  • Tuesday - line dancing, sandbag baseball in the afternoon, billiards and darts.

  • Wednesday - yoga and bowling in the afternoon.

  • Thursday - line dancing, paint club, Weight Watchers in the evening and friendship meals the third Thursday of the month.

  • Friday - billiards in the evenings.

  • Dances on special occasions, spaghetti suppers, Mother’s and Father’s Day brunch, outings and horseshoes in the summer.

New: Wii afternoon bowling, beginner Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. We now also offer a foot care clinic every Wednesday for $8.00 as well as a massage therapy clinic on Tuesdays $40.00 per ½ hour, $60.00 per hour.

Note: May add additional levels as needed.

Centre de santé Communautaire du Grand Sudbury

Le Centre de santé communautaire du Grand Sudbury offers a variety of primary care services and programs for the French-speaking community of Greater Sudbury. 


19 Frood Road, Sudbury

688 Emily Street, Hanmer

26 Main Street, Chelmsford

Events and activities include but are not limited to: physical activities, painting club, card games, yoga, arts and crafts, theatre group, moderate aerobics, computer club, various health programs and presentations.

Visit us online at:

Club 50 de Rayside-Balfour


25 Main West, Chelmsford


Mr. Oliva Roy, 705-855-2628


[email protected]

Activities include: Baseball bags, darts, bowling (Thursday), euchre (Tuesday evenings), billiards (mornings, except Sunday), shuffleboard on the floor (Monday), euchre (Tuesday evenings), bid euchre (Monday evenings)
Lunch for the 50+ Club:  Every second Wednesday of the month beginning at noon (except June, July and August).
Membership is $12.00/ year for francophone seniors who are 50+.

Le Club Amical du Nouveau-Sudbury


553 Lavoie Street, Sudbury


Francoise Gaudet-Geseron or Sheila Shaw, 705-566-2113


[email protected]



$25.00 per year. Members will receive discounts from various sponsors.

Regular activities include:

  • Monday to Saturday – Billiards

  • Monday – Yoga, Carpet Bocci

  • Tuesday – Curling, darts, table shuffleboard

  • Wednesday – Exercise sessions geared to seniors, table shuffleboard, guitar lessons, cards – tock and pique

  • Thursday – Arts & crafts, floor shuffleboard, bid euchre. Dinner for members the first Thursday of every month followed by an information session by community health care professionals from September to April

  • Friday – Exercise sessions geared to seniors and cards – euchre, bowling, sand bag pocket baseball, and music jam

  • Special Activities – Open to the public

We have bid euchre tournaments on Saturday.

Once a month we have a music jam session on Sunday afternoons from September to April.

A “Café de talent Variété” on February 14, 2016 Women’s Day on March 6, 2016 and “Thé des Tulipes (bazar)” on April 10, 2016.

Club Joie de Vivre


Gerry Berthelot (President), 705-560-4216


19 Frood Rd., Sudbury
Fridays, 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM


$8.00/year, $2.00/visit

A club for the French-speaking community. Senior adults are always welcome.

Coniston Seniors and Golden Age Club

Coffee breaks every Wednesday at 10:00 AM. On special occasions, brunches are served. New members are always welcome! 


Colonial Inn, 28 Cedar, Coniston


Diane Talevi, 705-694-4520


Activities include: Bingo, cards, darts and guest speakers.

Friendly to Seniors™ Sudbury

Created by seniors for the benefit of older adults in our community. The program is delivered by qualified and trained volunteers who conduct awareness assessments of private
and public facilities and encourage sensitivity to the concerns and needs of older adults. The objective of Friendly to Seniors is to make businesses and organizations more senior accessible, welcoming and service-oriented to everyone.


1546 Bellevue Avenue, Sudbury


John Lindsay, 705-920-5177

Mailing Address:

1546 Bellevue Ave.,
Sudbury, ON P3B 3G2



[email protected]

Naughton Seniors and Pensioners

Monthly meetings accompanied by a potluck lunch are held the first Wednesday of each month at noon. All retired residents are welcome.


Naughton Community Centre, Municipal Road 55, Naughton


Naughton Community Centre, 705-692-1258
Della Schrader (President), 705-692-4581
Sharon Marois, (Vice President) 705-692-5155



Facilities and activities include:

  • Floor shuffleboard on Wednesday afternoons

  • Pickleball every Wednesday morning

  • Card tables on Monday nights and Friday afternoons

  • Woodworking shop every day of the week

Nickel Centre Seniors

The Nickel Centre Seniors Club offers friendship, fun and an attractive clubhouse in which to meet.
Location: 20 Edison Rd., Falconbridge, 705-693-3129
Contact: Jean Manual, 705-589-2126
Membership: $15.00/year, available to seniors over 50. Open: September to June
Open: September to June
Meetings: Executive meetings first Tuesday of each month and general meetings held the second Tuesday of each month. Lunch at noon ($5), meeting to follow.
Card parties with lunch: Held on the third Tuesday of each month. Monthly exchange with Skead Seniors. Lunch is served at noon with euchre, bid euchre, cribbage and bridge to follow.
Facilities include: Meeting room and kitchen, craft room, games room with darts, shuffleboard and billiards, horseshoes and bocce outdoors, workshop with planer, edger, table saw, band saw, jig saw, drill and hand tools.
Activities include: Women’s, men’s and mixed curling, craft classes, card games parties, fun days with Skead Seniors, potluck luncheons, bowling (in Garson) on Thursday from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM and swimming (at Nickel District Pool) on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

Onaping Falls Golden Age Club

Our membership boasts more than 250 members, including 29 life members. On weekdays, our club is open from 12:30 PM to 4:00 PM with a variety of activities. We interact with other seniors’ clubs for the purpose of sharing ideas, concerns and events, such as bus tours and club functions.


109 Service Road, Onaping


General membership meetings are held the last Thursday of each month at 2:00 PM and end with a potluck supper. Our executive meetings are held on the third Thursday of the month at 10:00 AM.

Facilities include:

Exercise room, shuffleboard, horseshoe pits, pool tables, woodworking shop, library (book exchange), licensed bar, serenity room, computer for general membership use.

Activities include:

Bingo every Tuesday at 7:00 PM, pool tournaments, holiday activities, line dancing, bocce tournaments, bowling, cards available most days (bridge, euchre, etc.), and potluck social gatherings every month.

One-Eleven Senior Citizens’ Centre Inc.

The One-Eleven Senior Citizens’ Centre is a multi-purpose activity centre to which the older adults of Sudbury may come to participate in recreational and educational programs, to receive health information and to enjoy the camaraderie of fellow older adults.

Our centre is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM.


111 Larch Street, in the back of the second floor gym


Colleen Burns, Co-ordinator of Services, 705-675-5303 ext. 202


[email protected]


Activities include:

Bingo, crafts, deck shuffleboard, cribbage, baseball, movies, fun and fitness, choir, walking
exercises, cards and special occasion teas and luncheons.

Special Events:

  • Spring Rummage Sale on Thursday and Friday, April 23 and 24 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,

  • Saturday, April 25 from 9:00 a.m. to noon

  • Strawberry luncheon and fair on Friday, June 19

  • Blueberry party on Wednesday, July 15.

Information and Referral Centre:

The One-Eleven runs an Information and Referral Centre for seniors in need of assistance to locate appropriate branches of government and social services associations and private
industry regarding health, housing, home support, education, finances, recreation, transportation, etc.


A full membership is open to all older adults age 50 and over in the City of Greater Sudbury.
Our annual membership fee is $13.00.

The ParkSide Centre (formerly the Older Adult Centre)

The mission of the ParkSide Centre is to enable, provide and advocate opportunities for people over 50 to explore their potential and to maintain a healthy, active and independent
life style. Our primary objective is to provide social, recreational and educational programs and services.
Annual memberships are just $45.00 and include such benefits as access to drop-in activities, reduced fees for ParkSide programs and discounted rates on room rentals and catering services. The ParkSide Centre also offers subsidies to assist those who otherwise could not take part in our activities and programs. And, through their generosity and corporate partnership, Vale and Sudbury Intergrated Nickel Company offer their
employees and retirees a one-year free membership to experience all that The ParkSide Centre has to offer. (Please note that this offer applies to new members only)

Calling all former ParkSide members:
The ParkSide Centre has recently added a new membership assistance program entitled the “Friendly Calling Program”. ParkSide volunteers are in the process of making non-intrusive,
friendly calls to past members who haven’t renewed their membership to inquire if everything is OK, to remind them that their membership has lapsed and to ask if they are
considering renewal or if they need community assistance, etc. To ensure the program’s long term success, the most important thing is a strong, committed volunteer base of callers.
If you’re interested in becoming a volunteer “friendly caller,” just let us know and we’ll help get you started. If you’re a previous ParkSide member, please visit our website at to discover what you’ve been missing – we’d love to welcome you back!

The greatest wealth is health!
The ParkSide Centre is pleased to offer a wide variety of health and wellness programs including: Get Fit for Active Living – Diabetes, Fall Prevention programs, Blood Pressure Clinics, and the Parkinson’s Mobility Program, to name a few. A retired physiotherapist conducts weekly sessions to look after your back, neck, shoulders, and knees; and Gentle Hatha Yoga will help build flexibility and strength. Or, maybe you’d prefer Tai Chi or Zumba? We’ve got those too as well as chair yoga, chair tai chi and others.
And, if you like to dance, you’ve come to the right place! From belly dancing and traditional line dancing, to clogging and square dancing, you’ll find it all at The ParkSide Centre.
Find out more at 705-673-6227 or

Exercise your mind!
If you are looking for programs that challenge your creative abilities or that are mentally stimulating then the ParkSide Centre has what you seek. For the artist, we have drawing, painting and paper tole classes. The Sudbury Carving and Stained Glass Club will get you started with one simple project. If crafting is more to your liking there are other activities such as, traditional rug hooking, bunka embroidery and quilting. We can also teach you to use your computer, digital camera or other gadget and gizmo. To find out about these programs and the many others we offer, phone 705-673-6227 or visit our website at

If you have some time to spare, consider volunteering at ParkSide. Perhaps you have a skill to share and would be interested in instructing a course; maybe you’d like to meet and greet people at the front desk or lend a hand in the kitchen.

Parkview Eatery
Lunch is served Monday to Friday from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM (except for special events which are 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM). We also offer half portions and a takeout option. Our menu includes homemade soup and freshly made sandwiches, as well as our daily specials. We also have an international cuisine luncheon on the last Wednesday of every month and weekly soup, song and sandwich with live entertainment every Friday. The Eatery also celebrates major holidays with themed luncheons.

Community Groups
At the ParkSide Centre, there are a variety of community groups that meet on a regular basis. These groups include the Sudbury Quilting and Stitchery Guild, Sudbury Shutterbugs, Sudbury Toastmasters, Greater Sudbury Speakers Club, Royal Purple of Canada, Northern Echoes and the Greater Sudbury Writer’s Guild. For more information about any of these community groups or to have your community group meet here, please contact the ParkSide Centre. The ParkSide Centre has a variety of spaces that can accommodate from 8 to 250 people. The ParkSide Centre is the perfect venue for weddings, showers, trade shows and parties.

Helping You at Home
The ParkSide Centre is still looking for mature workers (50+) to do housecleaning, yard work, small repairs and painting for seniors in need. If you are interested in making a few dollars while assisting someone in need of help, please contact the ParkSide Centre at 705-673-6227.  
For more information about the ParkSide Centre or any of its programs and workshops, please contact us. We would love to hear from you!


140 Durham Street, Sudbury






Hours of Operation

September to May:

Monday to Thursday, 8:30 AM to 8:00 PM
Friday and Saturday, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Sunday, 11:00 AM to 4:30 PM

June to September:

Monday to Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Wednesday, 8:30 AM to 8:00 PM

Rayside-Balfour Seniors’ Craft Shop

Our senior craft shop offers a fully equipped wood machine shop that allows our members to enhance their skills and talents with woodworking. Our members also enjoy coffee time, playing cards and meeting other friendly members. If you are 55+ or are pensioned or retired, you may become a member for only $30.00/yr. We are open from September until the end of June. Come and visit us.
Location: 3506 Errington Avenue North, Chelmsford
Contact: Rhéal Lessard, 705-855-4637
Fax: 705-855-8728
Email: [email protected]

Skead Seniors Citizen Club

Meetings are held the first Tuesday every month.


5 Bell Street, Skead


Jim Sharpe, 705-969-3909

Events and activities include:

  • Cards: Tuesday, 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM

  • Crafts: Wednesday, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

  • Sewing: Thursday, 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM

  • Woodworking: Monday to Friday, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

  • Other activities include: Darts, social gatherings (third Thursday of every month, 1:30 PM to 5:30 PM, dinner to follow) Saturday night out, 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM

Sudbury South Seniors

Our general membership meetings are the first and third Wednesday of each month and include speakers and coffee hour beginning at 1:00 PM. 


Lockerby Legion, Long Lake Road


$20.00/year, payable in April


Penny Kraemer, President, 705-522-3993
Francis Maki, 705-523-8460

Ukrainian Seniors’ Centre of Sudbury


30 Notre Dame Avenue





[email protected]

Events and activities include:

Diners Club, Ukrainian Arts Boutique, craft items, guest speakers, facility rentals, monthly pyrohy and holubtsi workshops and sales, supportive Housing Program.

Special Events:

  • March 7 and 28: Pysanky Workshop - Learn the art of Ukrainian egg decorating.

  • Dates to be determined in March: Celebrating Volunteers/Open House

  • Sunday in June to be determined: Blueberry Garden Party

  • Thursday July 21, 2015: 25th Original Annual Canadian Garlic Festival

  • Sunday August 28th, 2016: Ukrainian Heritage Day/ Cultural Celebration

Valley East Seniors Club


Valley East Kin Park (Blezard Valley)


Debi McNicol: [email protected], Jeannine Savage:[email protected] or Mary-Lou Bolger: [email protected]



Activities include:

cards every Monday from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM, games, darts and socializing.

VON Adult Day Centre

When everyday activities become difficult, VON lends a helping hand. Activities are developed to assist families, caregivers and those with health and physical challenges.
The program features individual and group activities, outings in the community, hot and nutritious full-course meals, respite and support for the caregiver.


2140 Regent St., Oaksmall, Suite #13, Sudbury


705-671-1575, ext. 2012


Monday to Friday, occasional Saturdays, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Walden Senior Citizens and Pensioners Inc.

To further the interests and promote the happiness and welfare of older adults, the Walden Senior Citizens and Pensioners group is open to anyone over age 50, to the spouses of anyone over age 50 and retired, and to anyone receiving a pension. New members welcome!


Lively Library/Seniors’ Complex, 15 Kin Drive, Lively


Connie Scott, 705-692-5591 (office)

Facilities and activities include:

Woodworking shop, lounge, shuffleboard, craft room, cards, exercises, pool tables, bowling, scrabble, cooking demonstrations and classes.

West End Seniors’ Club

The West End Seniors’ Club offers friendship, fun, cards (euchre and 500 on rotation) and refreshments. Meetings are held every Wednesday from 12:30 PM to 3:00 PM.


Trinity Lutheran Church, 189 Regent Street, Sudbury


Lenore Sporer, 705-522-3783

Annual Membership: