New Upcoming Events
Join us for one of our many community events!
Social outings become portals of connection, workshops spark curiosity, and celebrations fortify our collective spirit. In these moments, we find not just camaraderie, but a lifeline of shared experiences that define our golden years. These events are where connections are made, knowledge is shared, and good times roll.
Learning is an essential part of life and is something we should all seek to continue as we get older. The Transcona Council for seniors offers a variety of learning opportunities. All you have to do is join a free class!
Come out and share your talents. Classes held every Wednesday at 328 Whittier Ave. W. from 10 a.m. to noon. Bring your own supplies. Beginners welcome!
We offer a community information referral service, which refers seniors to social services and programs available through health, educational, cultural, recreational resources in Manitoba and offers information about accessing government services. This service promotes the development of services to 55+ seniors in the area, provides a connection among agencies to exchange information and expertise, and connects older adults with available services. This service is available Monday to Friday from 9am to 4pm.
Transcona Seniors Resource Council is a non-profit information and referral hub connecting older adults with community resources to assist them in daily living.
HOW WE SERVE:
TCS community meal program for 55+
Presentations on a wide variety of health topics and wellness clinics sponsored by the Transcona Council for Seniors Inc. in cooperation with Health Agencies
Exercise classes to support and encourage older adults to embrace an active lifestyle
A transportation program for those eligible seniors who are otherwise unable to find transportation to doctors appointments
Emergency Response Information Kit (E.R.I.K.) distribution
Community information referral service, referring seniors to social services and programs available through health, educational, cultural and recreational resources in Manitoba