As part of Kerby Centre’s celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, we will be featuring a series of interviews with inspiring older adults written by Jessica Babb, a broadcasting student at Mount Royal University. To read more of Phyllis’ story, read the April issue of Kerby News.
Becoming more active doesn’t have to require a big commitment. Sometimes all it takes is adding a few new exercises into your daily routine. Active Aging Canada has a video series demonstrating lower body exercises you can do at home. These are designed to strengthen your leg muscles in order to keep you strong, independent, […]
Read more of John’s story in the March issue of Kerby News
We would like to invite you all to participate in the 2017 Scotiabank Charity Challenge. For the past five years, Kerby Centre has gathered a team to participate in the following walk/runs: 5km, 10km, Half Marathon and Full Marathon. This year we are running for The Diana James Wellness Clinic and all funds will go […]
Come join the fun on March 28th for our next Coffee & Crafts workshop! During one of the previous workshops our members had a great time creating a snowy winter scene and as you can see, the results were fantastic! During this session, our instructors Janice and Carol will guide you as you use your […]
Read more of Charles’ story in the February issue of Kerby News.
A great way to keep your heart healthy is by joining us on Valentine’s Day for our next Maple Leaf Quest walk! We will be walking the 450m track at the University of Calgary Olympic Oval. Registration is free but space is limited—to reserve your spot please contact the Education & Recreation Department at 403-705-3233. […]
Discover the Possibilities! Welcome to our new blog! My name is Kari and along with John, Ellen, and a team of dedicated volunteers we run the Education & Recreation Department. Not only do we run programs and activities, sometimes we run quite literally! One of my favourite moments at Kerby Centre was participating in the […]