Classes, Lifelong Learning, Technology

Winter Classes 2021

Payment must be received at time of registration. Phone 306.652.2255 to pay with credit card. You may also send a cheque to SCOA, 2020 College Drive, Saskatoon, S7N 2W4 or pay at our office in the Field House. ALL CLASSES HELD ONLINE.

ART CLASS Introduction to Watercolour (1-3pm) Cost:$60 FEB 1 Instructor: Alison R. Montgomery

Alison has been painting in watercolour for over 30 years. She is currently an instructor at the U. of S. College of Arts and Sciences Community Arts program, and at Hues Art Supply. Become familiar with watercolour materials and techniques while creating a painting of a simple subject. Supplies not included, contact SCOA to register and for a supply list with the artist’s statement at 306-652-2255. You may also audit the class if you do not wish to purchase supplies.


D’reen’s Catering Cooking Class ONLINE ONLY (1pm-2:30pm)

D’reen has been creating fine cuisine as a caterer and restauranteur in Saskatoon for over 31 years. Her cooking classes have reached thousands of adults and kids since 2004, and she is looking forward to sharing her culinary wizardry and tips in this new virtual environment.

Feb 10 Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a little Bite! Cost: $45
D’reen will step you through a series of delicious appetizers that will impress your friends and loved ones.
To register and obtain a class supplies list contact SCOA 306-652-2255


Feb 24 Get a Bang for your Buck! Cost: $45
D’reen will step you through three incredibly scrumptious meals, all made from one chicken!
To register and obtain a class supplies list contact SCOA 306-652-2255


Life Skills: End of Life Planning ~ Start the Conversation

Mar 9 1 pm to 2 pm
Kevin Maynard, Canadian Foundation for Economic Education (CFEE)
will guide us to plan for the future as we face life events. “End of life planning” will be emphasized along with adjusting plans as we are faced with life events, dealing with illness and end of life, remaining in control, Power of Attorney, making estate arrangements including your will and arranging funerals.
To register call SCOA at 306-652-2255.


TECHNOLOGY CLASSES – Register ph 306.652.2255

JAN 19 iOS 14 UPDATE COST; $25
1:30 to 3 pm
All about the update, widgets, APP store & gallery, TOUCH Screen navigation, SOS setup, settings intro.


FEB 2 iCLOUD COST: $25 1:30 to 3 pm
What is it? What does it cost? Storage space? Different types: iCloud, Google photos, Google Drive, OneDrive andDropBox


FEB 16 PHOTOGRAPHY INTO COST: $25 1:30 to 3 pm
Camera app: still pictures, video and how do I see pictures and thumbnails

MAR 2 PHOTOGRAPHY ADVANCED COST:$25 1:30 to 3 pm
Camera app editing: adjust, filters, crop, markup. Photo app: library arrangement, featured photos, albums




Classes, Partners, Programming, Research, Services

Want to Stay Connected?

Are you looking for ways to stay connected during the COVID-19 pandemic?
The Saskatoon Council on Aging can help:

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Telephone Visit Program – Talk with a friendly volunteer over the phone. To register phone SCOA 306.652.2255  More information


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Physical distancing does not have to mean social distancing.

Explore new ways to socialize and stay connected with other older adults who share your interests.  SCOA partners with the University of Saskatchewan to train older adults to use technology to stay connected and provide social opportunities.
Option to participate in a voluntary research component. Read more about this project

Phone Dr. Megan O’Connell 306.966.2496 or email megan.oconnell@usask.ca

For more information and support, please visit the  Seniors Help website

age-friendly, Classes, Partners, Services, Technology

Seniors Technology Program

New sessions starting on March 13th 2019!
10:00 am-12:20 pm at St. Joseph’s High School (115 Nelsodownloadn Rd)
$10 fee to cover administration costs, (payment for the session must be made in advance)

Learn how to use your laptop,smartphone or other device! Includes presentations on financial fraud as well as one on one beginner technology classes with students from local high schools.

Phone: 306-652-2255 Email: admin@scoa.ca
Or in-person at Saskatoon Council On Aging (SCOA):
2020 College Drive, Saskatoon (Saskatoon Field House)

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Thanks to our sponsors and partners: Community Initiatives Fund, Affinity Credit Union, RAP Program