Registration starts August 1, 2019
Note: All class/program fees must be paid in advance.
1. Phone 306-652-2255 to pay with credit card, OR
2. Mail a cheque to our office:
SCOA, Saskatoon Field House, 2020 College Drive, Saskatoon, S7N 2W4 OR
3. Visit our office at the Field House [after September 16th ] to register in person.
Introduction to Genealogy
This is a basic genealogy class (Instructor Cindy Paradis/Genealogical Society) and will not be able to concentrate on anyone’s personal genealogy. This class will cover: where to start, where to find information, what to do and what not to do, different organizational methods, and how to record information
Wednesdays (9hrs): October 9, 16, 23 1pm – 4pm $90
Wool Fibre Paint Art Class
Dianne Murphy, local wool fibre artist, back with wool painting. You will use natural fibres and the wet felting techniques to create your own “masterpiece”. Participants can bring a picture to work from or just have fun with colouring felts. All materials included.
Monday, October 21, 2019 1pm- 4pm $50
Wet Felting Vessel Wool Fibre Class
Dianne Murphy, wool fibre artist, is returning with a NEW Wet Felting class. “Making a vessel using a resist” is a technique used in the wet felting process to make a seamless article. In this workshop, we will make a small bowl or hot pad while using this technique which can also be applied to making other items such as slippers, mittens, purses and other items.
Monday, November 18, 2019 1pm-4pm $50
Life Skills Class “Navigating the changes”
Canadian Housing & Mortgage Corporation:
Supports for aging in place
Canada has many housing options available for seniors that suit a wide range of budgets, health needs and personal preferences. CMHC staff will provide an overview of housing and financing options to help you make an informed decision. In addition, the Presenters will touch on helpful tips to avoid fraud and financial abuse related to housing.
Client Patient Access Services (CPAS): Housing Transitions
CPAS provides access to, and determines eligibility for Long Term Care Homes (permanent admission and respite care), Community Day Programs, Home Care, Community Therapies, and Volunteer Services. CPAS also provides information on other housing options like, Private Care Homes and Assisted Living Homes. CPAS staff will provide an overview of the role the Health Authority plays in housing transitions for older adults.
Tuesday, November 12, 2019 1pm-3pm $10 registration fee
NEW – Bereavement Class
What do I do now? A look at life after loss.
Caregivers face a major life transition as they move from a caregiving role, to grieving the loss of their loved one. Project topics will include the concepts of normal grief and complicated grief; how to deal with others who may not understand their grief; and how to move forward in their everyday lives. Resource materials included – limited class (10) so register early
Tuesdays, Oct 29, Nov 5, Nov 12, 2019 10am – 12pm
Cost: $10 (Fee to cover administration costs)
Phone 306-652-2255 to register
Apple Technology Classes
Beginner one-on-one Apple ONLY classes on Friday afternoons. Become more confident using your Apple iPad, iPhone, Computer or Watches. Register now for 2 classes of 1.5 hrs (3 hrs) which includes a take home manual. Must bring your device.
Date: Friday afternoons Cost: $40
IOS 12/13 Apple operating system and iPhone/iPad photography/Cloud Classes
Mystified with the Apple system update (IOS 12/13)? Having troubles with photos stored on the “Cloud”? Small group class sessions with 5 people per class – register early.
November 5th New Apple IOS update 12/13 1:30 – 3:00pm
November 19th Photography/Cloud Storage 1:30 – 3:00pm
Cost: $20 per class
Seniors Tech Buddy – Fall 2019
Older adults receive one-on-one instruction from local high school students. All tech devices and operating systems. Dates and times to be announced.
Phone 306.652.2255 for more information and to register.