Coffee and Connect tour set for June 26

Tour to feature trip to Choices Market, refreshments and more

The Semiahmoo Seniors Planning Table is inviting seniors to their next Coffee and Connect event June 26.

The group will tour Choices Market in South Surrey to learn about food and wellness, followed by lunch at the Sources Connect Café and a tour of the South Surrey Recreation and Arts Centre.

The event will also feature an overview of the programs and resources offered at  the Seniors Come Share Society and a visit with The Royale Peninsula’s executive chef, Chris Kluftinger.

To cap off the event, Service Canada will offer an overview of seniors benefits available through the federal government.

Cost is $10 per person. To register, contact Comfort Keepers at whiterock@comfortkeepres.ca or by calling 604-541-8653 by June 16.

 

 

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