Objectives of the Association
to maintain a permanent nonprofit organization to represent and serve the senior citizens of the Canmore area
to organize activities for the education and entertainment of its members
to maintain facilities in which the foregoing objectives can take place
To Get in Touch
The Association's office is staffed by CSA member volunteers and is open weekdays from 10am until noon and from 1pm to 3pm.
600B - 9th Street, Canmore, AB T1W 3L9, (403) 678-2457
Membership in the Association is open to all seniors 55 years and older. Persons younger than 55 can join with board approval.
Membership is $20 per year per person and runs from
July 1 to June 30.
Visit our office for a membership application. Currently we are over 700 members strong.
The Association's Facilities
The Association is part of a two story building in downtown Canmore.
Full details of our faciites can be found on the Hall Rentals page Quicklink Here
Activities, functions, and other information are publicized on a bulletin board at the centre, in a weekly newspaper column (complements of Canmore Leader) and by eMail.
Coming Events and Other News
Fri May 24th
NEW Fitness Class 'Core Outdoors' Starts:
This class is a combination of power walking, tubing, using the outdoor benches, steps, fencing etc to get a good solid outdoor core workout. In case of rain, regular weight program in the Townside Hall. Interested? Call Lynn at 403-678-2235 for more info or (More Here)
Sat May 25 at 7 pm in Creekside Hall
Hospital Auxilary: Spring Concert
The Scott Woods Band and the Swingin Fiddles
Tickets $20 @ Cafe Books, Second Story Books or hospital members, info Dorothy 678-6754
Tues May 28 - Depart Bow Valley Lodge 10:30 am, Senior Centre 10:40 am / Return 2:30 pm
Nakoda Casino Trip
Refundable bus fare $5.00 plus $2.00 tip for driver.
Phone Jean Elliott at 403 678 4625
Fri May 31 at 9 am
Life Long Learning: Trip to the Banff Centre
for a jazz experience and Spring surprise
Sign up sheets are on the bulletin board at the Seniors Centre. Meet at the Seniors Centre at 9am to car pool
Sun Jun 02 from 9 to 11 am at Canmore Seniors Association Hall, 600B - 9th Street
FREE PANCAKE BREAKFAST to celebrate Seniors Week
This event kicks off SENIORS WEEK and is free for all seniors
Early June - Details TBA
Seniors Outdoor Pickleball in Canmore
will start at the Cougar Creek Multi-Use Facility (outdoor Skating Rink along Elk Run Blvd)
Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports in north America amongst older adults. Come out and give it a try!
Travel and Tours Survey UpdateThe survey results were very positive and the committee is now exploring various travel possibilities.
Look for more information in the coming weeks via the email paper trail, on the bulletin board and in the CSA newspaper column.
For additional information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mondays from 5 - 7 pm
Food & Friends Night
St. Michael's Hall (709 - 7th Street)
Some Dates to Remember
June 2 Sr Week ------ possibly the pancake breakfast
June 15 Strawberry Tea everyone invited ticket price to be announced
June 29 BBQ Last social before the summer Tickets 20.
Message from our President
This is a dynamic time for the CSA.
The membership has passed the 700 mark, and with more seniors moving to Canmore we are an increasingly diverse group.
It has been a time of change with new programs developing and others discontinued.
On behalf of the CSA Board of Directors I encourage old and new members to participate in the activities and future planning of our organanizalion.
How the Association is Governed
The Board of Directors is responsible for the operation of the Association. Officers are elected by the members at the Annual General Meeting for a one year term and Directors for two years.