Strawberry Tea returns to Kent Street auditorium

What would the month of June be without

the Kent Street Strawberry Tea?

This year’s tea is on Saturday, June 25 at 2 p.m. in the auditorium.

Advance ticket sales only, so don’t forget to pick up your ticket on your next visit to the Kent Street office.

Do you suffer from allergies? Find out the best ways to manage your symptoms in the Healthy You workshop series being held on Thursday, June 9 at the Centre for Active Living at 10 a.m.

Registration is free for members and only $5 for non-members. Call to register;

604-541-2199.

Enjoy an outing with friends or meet new people within the comfort of a White Rock Leisure Services planned day trip.

Check out the wide variety of experiences and destinations in the current White Rock Summer Leisure Guide.

For more information or to reserve your seat on our mini-bus, please call the Kent Centre at 604-541-2231.

Summer will soon be here and several of the activity groups at Kent Street are wrapping up for the season.

The last session for Stitch & Chat is this Friday, June 10.

Keep well, bingo, the coffee shop and Wednesday dances wrap up in the last week of June.

Drop by Kent Street and pick up a copy of

the latest Kent Street Update for more

details on the month’s events.

This Saturday, June 11, the Kent Street Activity Centre Dramatics Program will be presenting A Theatre Variety Show.

Come out for an afternoon of entertainment and enjoy monologues, one-act plays, and scenes from well-known plays.

The show starts at 2:30 p.m. in the Kent Street auditorium and admission is by

donation at the door.

There are only two more Fresh and Lively Luncheons at

Kent Street before breaking for summer – Friday, June 10 and 17, from 12:30-2:30 p.m.

Tickets are $7 and include lunch and entertainment.

What a great way to get out of the house for the afternoon. You do need to reserve by calling Come Share Seniors Support Services at 604-531-9400.

The popular sounds of Good Vibrations can be heard live on stage tonight (Wednesday) at the weekly Kent Street social dance.

Singles, couples and non-members (50+) are welcome to the Kent Street auditorium.

Doors open at 7 p.m., with dancing from 7:30-10:30.

Refreshments and light snacks served.

Don’t forget to swing by the Kent Street Activity Centre parking lot Saturday, June 18 for the final Car Trunk Sale of the season.

The sale is on from 9 a.m. till noon – weather permitting.

Got some treasures to sell? Fill your trunk with your saleable items, drive to the Kent Street Centre and sell your goods right from your vehicle. The best part is you keep the profits!

The cost is $5 for a seller’s stall, and browsers are most welcome.

Contact the Kent Street Activity Centre at 604-541-2231 for more information.

Join singer-songwriter Heidi McCurdy for a morning of Singing from the Soul on June 18 at the White Rock Community Centre.

Discover your inner music and connect with your own voice and creative spirit.

The class will sing beautiful harmonies and rhythms through tribal circle – singing, toning through the body, singing bowls and other playful healing forms. No experience necessary.

Please call 604-541-2199 for more details.

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

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