SENIORS’ SCENE: Time running out to buy tickets for choristers

This is the last week to purchase tickets for two very popular Christmas events.

This is the last week to purchase tickets for two very popular Christmas events.

The Kent Street Choristers’ A Child is Born! Sing Alleliua! concert held Dec. 5 at the First United Church is sure to put you into the Christmas spirit.

The Kent Street Centre’s very own Mistletoe Dinner on Dec. 4 from noon to 3 p.m. promises a delicious meal and a visit from a certain jolly fellow.

There are a limited number of tickets left, so be sure to get yours soon.

Call 604-541-2231 for more information.

The White Rock Winter Recreation Guide is available to view online at http://webreg.whiterockcity.ca

Copies can be picked up at all White Rock recreation centres, as well as the White Rock library.

At 8:30 a.m. Tuesday (Nov. 25), you can register for all your favourite courses at White Rock Leisure Services.

If you know your client number and PIN, you can register online at your convenience.

You can also call 604-541-2199 or come down to the White Rock Community Centre, Centennial Park Leisure Centre or Kent Street Activity Centre to register.

Be sure to purchase or renew your Leisure Services membership to received reduced fees on programs and advanced registration all year.

Tired of receiving a box of chocolates or slippers for Christmas? Why not ask your family for the gift of health this holiday season?

White Rock Leisure Services sells gift certificates in any denomination which can be applied to day trips, fitness classes, health and wellness workshops, computer or art classes and memberships; the possibilities are endless!

If you are wondering what to get your family and friends, this is a perfect gift to give.

Come down to any of our White Rock Leisure Services offices to purchase one or call 604-541-2199 for more information.

From Alzheimer’s to Parkinson’s disease, there are many different degrees of memory loss.

Learn ways to keep your brain sharp and get information about the medications and treatments currently used for Alzheimer’s disease.

The dementia workshop will be held on Tuesday, Dec. 2 at the Centre for Active Living, 10-11 a.m.

This workshop is free for members and only $5 for non-members. Please pre-register at 604-541-2199.

Kent Street Activity Centre is now accepting donations for the local food bank.

Most-needed items are baby food, canned fish, canned vegetables, whole-grain pastas, brown rice, canned fruit and fruit juices and peanut butter.

Drop by today with your non-perishable food items and enjoy the gift of giving.

The Kent Street Activity Centre, located at 1475 Kent St., is open to people 55 years of age or better. For info, call 604-541-2231.

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