Elder Abuse, Events, Important Notices

World Older Adult Abuse Awareness Day

World Older Adult Abuse Awareness Day – Workshop

 McClure United Church4025 Taylor St E, Saskatoon, SK S7H 5N5, Canada map 

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World Older Adult Abuse Awareness Day  – June 12, 2018 – 8:30 a.m – 12 p.m.

McClure United Church – 4025 Taylor Street East

Registration fee: $10.00

Presentations and Networking

Learn how to avoid fraud, scams and handle money safely

Phone 306-652-2255 to register.

More information on elder abuse – Canadian Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse 

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Events, fundraising

A Fundraiser Concert with Saskia and Darrel; The Great Plains

A Fundraiser Concert with Saskia and Darrel;
The Great Plains.

Everyone is WELCOME!!!! 
Sunday, March 11 at 7:00 PM
Presented by/at: The Mount Royal Emmanuel United Church

Tickets $15/Person. Available from Barb at 306.249.2433 or 306.370.0136. Tickets also at the door.

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An evening filled with laughter and friendship, this is a show not to be missed!!

​Award winning Canadian Folk Duo Saskia and Darrel LOVE what they do and it shows in every song they sing. They have an easy, crowd-friendly style that instantly endears them to any audience. This is “real” Canadian Music, woven around exquisite melodies, drenched in our culture and heritage delivered in comfortable highly skilled sets with oodles of self-poking humor. Enjoy a taste of Celtic, a dab of Bluegrass, some beautiful Gospel and some toe tapping favorites. Warning…..there might be some yodelin’!

They perform throughout all of Canada and Western Europe and have cultivated an immense following…… winning over their fans one town, one hall at a time.

One of the Great Songwriters in Canada; Gary Fjellgaard.
“The Voice of an Angel”. Gerrit Vermeij. Radio 2  Holland.
“Standing Ovation in Switzerland”.  Signed Robert Collette, Ambassador, Berne/Canadian Embassy, Bern.
“Wild response from the Audience”. Todd Maclean. The Guardian, Charlotte Town, Prince Edward Island.

What do the fans say…………………

Uplifted my Spirits!! I wanted to thank you both for the wonderful show. It uplifted my spirits and I could see many others around me. From the bottom of my heart, I just want to let you know how much your music, voices and spirits touch all who are lucky enough to be in the audience. Thanks again, we have a couple of CD’s now so we can listen again, and again……….Randi and Art. Nipawin.

See you on stage! “The first time I heard the song “Laura’s Kitchen” I knew Darrel and Saskia had something special. The rest of the songs on this CD measure up to that standard. Heartfelt lyrics, friendly melodies, great vocals all supported by Darrel’s intricate acoustic guitar. Saskia more than holds her own with sensitive electric bass. Their live performance matches the quality of the CD. With the stories around the songs, it all adds up to an enjoyable evening of entertainment. A very comfortable visit to “Laura’s Kitchen”. See you on stage.” -Gary Fjellgaard-

Great Singing & Musicianship. Saskia and Darrel have assembled a great batch of songs on “songbirds”. They’ve obviously put in their time playing together, and it shows on this album; full of great singing, musicianship, and heart-felt original songs. -Steve Dawson-

Catch One’s Breath. Saskia & Darrel: What a fabulous show! Between hilarious stories and poignant song lyrics accented by extraordinary harmonies, there was hardly a moment to catch one’s breath. It was an evening none of us will forget for a very long while! Thank you on behalf of the Anne Murray Centre for an outstanding performance.” -Susan Belliveau-. Springhill, Nova Scotia.

You have music power!! Your music, personalities, talent and presence are unforgettable. You have music power and finally experiencing that power in person will always be one of the highlights of my moments in an audience! Kudos to you both and this website is Awesome!!! Happy Thoughts your way Always in All Ways! Madlyn Andres – Calgary

 

age-friendly, Events, Services, Volunteering

Get Connected at the Volunteer Fair

Are you looking for a great way to share your skills and get involved with the community?  The Saskatoon Council on Aging will host a Volunteer Fair for Older Adults on Monday, February 5, 2018 at the Saskatoon Field House.

Come to the Volunteer Fair and find a great opportunity with a community agency that is looking for you!  The fair connects older adults 55 and up with community agencies who are seeking senior volunteers.

Visit dozens of display tables and learn how you can help in  your community. Volunteering is a great way to share skills and meet new people.
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Time: 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Location: Saskatoon Field House, 2020 College Drive
Free to attend, no registration required
Refreshments will be served.
For more information phone 306‐652‐2255 or visit http://www.scoa.ca

Events

Join us for Chase the Ace

A fundraising venture to support programs and services of the Saskatoon Council on Aging and the Caregiver Information and Support Services.

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Tickets sold every Thursday 10 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. at the Market Mall Kiosk,
2325 Preston Avenue, Saskatoon and every Tuesday 3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
at Preston Park Retirement Residence at 114 Armistice Way, Saskatoon
• Price is $3.00 per ticket.
Draw for the winning ticket and a chance to draw the Ace of Spades will be at
Preston Park Retirement Residence each Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.
• Winner will receive 20% of the ticket sales and if the Ace of Spades is drawn an
addi tional 30% of tickets sales.
• If Ace is not drawn then the 30% of the ticket sales go into the “Chase the Ace”
Jackpot until it is drawn.

Draws: Tuesdays from October 31 on until Ace is drawn.  Draws each Tuesday at Preston Park at 4:30 p.m.

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Max of 6000 tickets sold or until ACE of Spades is drawn.
Lottery Licence Number: RR17-0350

CHASE THE ACE POSTER

Call 306-652-2255 for more information or visit the Saskatoon Council on
Aging at 2020 College Drive (in the Saskatoon Field House)

Events, fundraising, Partners

Festival of Wreaths Mix & Mingler

Festival of Wreaths Mix & Mingler

Opening the holiday season

Festival of Wreaths Mix & Mingler, November 28th, 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. 
Adorn your door with one of our beautiful home made wreaths!  Proceeds will support the Saskatoon Council On Aging, a non profit organization dedicated to the promotion of dignity, health and independence of older adults.
Event held at Preston Park 1, 114 Armistice Way, Saskatoon.
RSVP to Preston Park 306-933-0515 or SCOA 306-652-2255, 

You are invited to party with us on November 28th from 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.

2:00 – 2:30 p.m. VIP present wreath awards, meet and greet Saskatoon’s newest VIP’s

2:00 – 3:00 p.m. Musical entertainment, enjoy holiday classics with Maurice Drouin

3:00 – 4:00 p.m. Extra happy happy hour, exceptional Christmas spirits at Santa pricing

4:00 – 5:00 p.m. Live auction, raffle, silent auction, Chase the Ace

Note: Bidders do not need to be present to win prizes.  Advance wreath purchase available.

Sneak peek preview open house
November 21, 2017 from 2:30 p.m.– 4:30 p.m.,

Check out this year’s wreath designs, purchase or advance bid on your favorites, place your holiday wishes in the wishing well, enjoy cookies and sugar rimmed cocktails!
Your invitation to the preview party is complimentary.
Further information is available at the Preston Park Market Mall kiosk or call 306-933-0515.  Don’t wait, RSVP the preview event, be inspired by creative door decor.   Home made baking will be served.

 Wreath Wishing Well  *    Shop the Wreath Ornaments * Chase the Ace     
Themed Design   *   Exciting DIY events

 

 

Events, fundraising, Partners

2nd Annual Festival of Wreaths

Preston Park Retirement Residence is excited to host the Festival of Wreaths November 21 – 28, 2017.  All events held at 114 Armistice Way, Saskatoon.

wreathAdorn your door with one of our beautiful home made wreaths!  Proceeds will support the Saskatoon Council On Aging, a non profit organization dedicated to the promotion of dignity, health and independence of older adults.

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A week of holiday cheer to get you in the decorating spirit…

Tuesday, November 21: Sneak Peak Open House and advance bidding begins, Chase the Ace Draw

Wednesday, November 22: DIY Wreath and Door Swag Design with professional designer

Thursday, November 23: Silver White Winters display

Friday, November 24: Door Bells and Sleigh Bells display with crisp apple strudel

Saturday, November 25: Holiday Door Swag Display

Sunday, November 26: Balloon Wreath Winning, pop for prizes

Monday, November 27: Wreath wrap up – last chance to pre-purchase your favorite wreath

Tuesday, November 28: Merry Mix & Mingler – Live auction, raffle, entertainment and more!

Don’t wait, RSVP for any of the events 306-933-0515 and be inspired by creative door decor.   Home made baking will be served.  

 Wreath Wishing Well  * Shop the Wreath Ornaments  *  Chase the Ace   ♣

SNEAK PREVIEW OPEN HOUSE:
November 21, 2017 from 2:30 p.m.– 4:30 p.m. – Preston Park 1, 114 Armistice Way 
Check out this year’s wreath designs, purchase or advance bid on your favorites, place your holiday wishes in the wishing well, enjoy cookies and sugar rimmed cocktails!
FREE to attend – Further information is available at the Preston Park Market Mall kiosk,  or call us directly at 306-933-0515 or Saskatoon Council on Aging 306-652-2255.