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Seniors' Clubs and Legions - Central

Groups of active seniors aged 55 years and over meet regularly for recreational activities such as cards, potluck dinners, outings and entertainment. Legions often provide community services. Nominal membership fees may be charged and are used to offset club costs and special events. Many seniors clubs do not have offices and an individual member is listed as a contact.

See also Seniors' Centres and Fitness, Recreational and Social Programs for Seniors.

 
These services serve all or part of Central
Fuerza Latina - Good Times, Good Memories  
Maple Community Center, 10190 Keele St, Maple, ON  L6A 1R7
905‑553‑0937
Kingsway Arms Aurora - Monarch Club at Kingsway Arms Aurora  
145 Murray Dr, Aurora, ON  L4G 2C7
905‑841‑2777
Mount Albert Friendship Club for Seniors  
19300 Centre St, Mount Albert, ON  L0E 1M0
905‑473‑3305
Rexdale Community Health Centre - Community Programs - Ethnocultural Seniors Program  
8 Taber Rd, Etobicoke, ON  M9W 3A4
416‑744‑6312 ext 2317
Rexdale Women's Centre - Ethno-Cultural Seniors Programs and Services  
21 Panorama Court, Suite 2300, Etobicoke, ON  M9V 1A6
416‑745‑0062
Royal Canadian Legion - Ontario Command  
89 Industrial Pkwy N, Aurora, ON  L4G 4C4
905‑841‑7999
West Acres Seniors' Centre  
65 Hinton Rd, Etobicoke, ON  M9W 6Z8
416‑394‑8680
Whitchurch-Stouffville 55 Plus Club  
Latcham Hall In The Park, 8 Park Dr S, Stouffville, ON  L4A 1G4
905‑640‑1910 ext 2955


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