Richmond’s annual Seniors Week is getting ready to kick off next month and local seniors are invited to try one of several activities in the city.
From Monday, June 3 to Sunday, June 9, seniors can join a pop-up book club, try ballroom dancing, attend a painting social and sing the day away at a karaoke marathon.
All activities are geared towards those aged 55 and older and are designed around the theme “let’s do more together – explore the possibilities.”
“We are proud to be hosting this year’s opening ceremony at the new Minoru Centre for Active Living,” said Mayor Malcolm Brodie in a press release.
“Seniors Week is a chance for the City to acknowledge and recognize the contributions of the growing and diverse population of seniors in Richmond.” …