12.8 C
Sault Ste. Marie
Monday, June 14, 2021

Seniors, Arts & Crafts this March @ Active 55+ Drop-In Centre


Knitting/Swedish Weaving/Crochet: This group meets weekly to work on individual projects. You must come with all your own supplies. 1PM – 3 PM  Cost: $2.00 Drop in pass


Wood Bee Carvers: Join this group & work independently on individual projects. Must bring all your own supplies. 6:30-8:30 PM  Cost: $2.00 Drop in pass.


Open Painting: Work on your own individual painting project. Must bring all your own supplies. 10:30 AM – 12:00  Cost: $2.00 Drop in pass

Christmas Cheer: This group of ladies meet weekly to work on various projects that will be donated to Christmas Cheer. The centre supplies yarn, please bring your favourite pattern and needles. This is a free program. 10:15 – 11:45 AM


Crochet: This group meets weekly to work on individual projects. You must come with all your own supplies. 10:30 AM – 12 PM Cost: $2.00 Drop in pass


*** Remember that Registration/Payment is required for ALL programs. ***

Call to sign up: between 10:00 AM and 4:30 PM, 705-254-6474, Email us: [email protected] or register online at https://ca.apm.activecommunities.com/saultstemarie/Activity_Search  

Payment can be done over the phone via credit card.

NOTE: An Active 55+ “Drop-in Program Pass” is recommended for all $2 programs.

5 passes – $10
10 Passes – $20
15 Passes – $30
20 Passes – $40
25 Passes – $50


Seniors ServicesYour health and safety is our highest priority. As we begin hosting programs and events in person again, we are continuing to take measures to ensure your safety. Please review this document below prior to attending our facility, as there are protocols in place and different steps we are asking you to accept before taking part.


Wear a mask or face covering that covers mouth, nose, and chin without gaping, sanitize hands upon entry into the building. Masks are to be continually wore during activity programming, when having coffee/tea you can remove your face covering for that time. Only during physical fitness activities can a mask be removed if you are comfortable ie/ Yoga, Low Impact Cardio, Pickle Ball, Walking. Examples of non-physical fitness activities: knitting/quilting/painting programs, darts, snooker, bingos.  If you on zoom obviously a mask is not required when in your home.

Only 50 participants allowed in the building for programming/events at one time. Program sizes have been altered to ensure social distancing. Please ensure 6 feet physical distancing when in programming and do not move chairs/tables as these are set to follow the distancing guides.

⇒ Remember that Registration/Payment is required for ALL programs.  Payment can be done over the phone via credit card.  Zoom Meeting IDs and Passcodes are only distributed once payment is received.

⇒ There are designated entrances and exits that are clearly labelled to decrease close interactions. Participants are asked to arrive no more than 10 minutes prior to their scheduled program/event

Program/Event start & end times are carefully staggered to ensure minimal overlapping of interactions in main spaces. Rooms and programs/events setups have been modified to ensure social distancing and limit the amount of sharing of equipment. Participants are asked to bring their own equipment to programs/events where possible and to bring your own writing utensil. Personal Protective Equipment is worn by staff when shields or social distancing in not available

Hand Sanitizer Stations are available throughout the building for frequent personal use. Facility rooms, hallways, washrooms, high frequent touch points (doors, actuator buttons, walls, program equipment etc.) are sanitized at the beginning and end of day as well as after each room use, or designated times in the day.

Pre-screenings are conducted when entering the building to ensure participants, instructors and staff are safe to attend. Participants are required to review and answering honestly to the pre-screening questions each time they enter the building. If you answer “Yes” to any of the screening questions you will be advised by a staff member on your next steps. Follow the markings on the floor while you wait in line to complete your screening and to swipe your card

A waiver will need to be read and signed, Click Here ⇒ Seniors Waiver Tier 3 (003) (3) to read in advance of attending, you can print it and bring it with you or we do have copies on site.



The event is finished.


Mar 01 2021


10:00 am - 5:00 pm


Bay Street Active Living Centre 55+


Bay Street Active Living Centre 55+
619 Bay Road, Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6A 5K9, Canada


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