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Seniors Organizations

Prairie Oasis Senior Centre

Prairie Oasis Senior Centre is a charitable organization and a community focal point on aging where persons fifty plus come together for services and activities, which enhance their dignity, support their independence and encourage their involvement in and with the community.
These programs consist of a variety of services and activities in such areas as education, creative arts, recreation, advocacy, leadership development, health, nutrition, information referral and counseling as well as other supportive services.
Location: 241 – 8th Street   Brandon, MB R7A 3X2
Phone: (204) 727-6641 Fax: (204) 725-0669
Hours: Monday to Friday
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Prairie Oasis Senior Centre offers a variety of programs and services including:
  • Educational programs including demonstrations and displays, seminars, courses, choir, painting class and crafts
  • Outreach including advocacy, suppers, programming malls and community events
  • Recreational activities including bingo, scrabble, cribbage, bridge, clog dancing, floor and table shuffleboard, dances, golfing, aerobics, bus trips, bean bag toss, Tai Chi, and special events.
  • Meals on wheels, in house tray service and noon lunch
  • Well Health Clinics including Exercise programs, blood pressure clinic, meal program – nutrition clinics and flu shot clinics
  • Hall rentals, banquets and catering

Seniors for Seniors 

Seniors for Seniors is an organization of seniors in the City of Brandon. As a cooperative made up of seniors 55-plus, their purpose is to assist seniors to remain independent and active members of their community.
Location: 311 Park Avenue East   Brandon, MB R7A 7A4
Phone: (204) 571-2050
Fax: (204) 726-4691
Hours: Monday to Friday
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Seniors for Seniors offer a variety of programs and services including:
  • Well Health Clinics and Services (foot care, aerobics, blood pressure and hearing clinics, home services for fragile elderly, weekly lunches)
  • Education (monthly information sessions, demonstrations / displays, seminars, courses, computer, retirement planning, senior housing)
  • Outreach (advocacy, friendly visiting, potluck suppers, seniors in schools, tea room)
  • Recreation (bus tours, quilting, crafts, music, bridge, golf, writing, painting, drop-ins, special events)Annual Events (February Frolics, Grandmother’s Tea & Fashion Show, Grandpa’s Coffee Hour, Traveller’s Day Parade, A Well-Health Exposition, Christmas at City Hall)
  • Help at Home (small household jobs/repairs, lawn mowing, snow removal, shopping, transportation, light house cleaning, laundry, making meals, yard maintenance)