COQUITLAM, B.C., Sept. 4, 2020 – Older adults in Coquitlam can soon return to some of their favourite activities at Glen Pine and Dogwood Pavilions.
The City’s two 50-plus facilities will reopen Tuesday, Sept. 8 with a range of preregistered fitness and leisure programs along with specialty clubs and groups.
Similar to other Coquitlam facilities, all access to the Pavilions will require preregistration, and activities have been adapted to ensure safe distancing, hand hygiene, reduced touch points and other health precautions.
The reopening is guided by the City’s reopening framework, based on B.C.’s Restart Plan.
Activities at Coquitlam’s 50-plus Pavilions
Glen Pine and Dogwood Pavilions both offer activities, clubs and support services to Coquitlam adults age 50 and up – including the Meals for Seniors frozen meal program introduced this year (see http://www.coquitlam.ca/meals for information).
Pre-registered activities starting Sept. 8 at Glen Pine Pavilion, 1200 Glen Pine Court,
Line dancing, painting, Spanish, ukulele, drawing and Qigong; and
Activity Groups for members of the 50plus Society including Crafters, Quilters,
Art Group and Leisure Group.
Pre-registered activities at Dogwood Pavilion, 1655 Winslow Ave., will include:
Line dancing, painting, Spanish, photography and guitar; and
Activity Groups for members of the 50plus Society including Crafts, Stroke Recovery, Turn Up and Paint, Quilters, Drama, Wii, Friendship Circle, Fantasy Woodcarving, Genealogy, Life Writing, South Asian Group, Ice Skating and Bingo.
More activities may be added over time. Drop-in spaces and on-site food services remain closed.
Program and activity details and registration are available at
http://www.coquitlam.ca/registration or by phone at 604-927-4386