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Strathcona Place Senior Centre in Edmonton, Alberta © Copyright 2015-2016

10831 University Avenue, Edmonton, AB T6E 4R1


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​Friday May 5th, 2017 (every first Friday of the month) 5:00 - 9:00 PM

Come socialize and play a variety of games with other seniors and/or come share your passion for literature.

Present a piece that you wrote yourself or by one of your favorite writers!

    Hosted by the Strathcona Place Community 55 + Centre and the High School Youth Outreach Initiative.



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Strathcona Place 55+ Centre is a charitable organization whose aim is to assist seniors.

Open Houses Needs-Assessment

for Potential New Building

May 4, 2017   9am to 3pm

10831 University Avenue

Paper Surveys Available

May 25, 2017  2pm to 6pm

10831 University Avenue

Paper Surveys available 


Friday May 5, 12, 19, 26,2017

1:30 - 3:30 PM

Free Group

Re-imagine the world in an Indigenous context that applies to you!

Have Fun!

We will learn Cree, hear songs, learn culture & history of the language and more...special events & speakers!

Please sign up by calling 780.433.5809

Drop In Is Also Welcomed!


Strathcona Place 55+ Centre

10831-University Avenue

Potential New Building

Thank you for participating in our survey. The survey will take approximately 10 minutes of your time. Thank you for taking the time to help us determine the needs of a potential new centre. 
Strathcona Place Society runs the Strathcona Place Senior Centre, which is located at 10831 University Avenue. The building was built in 1971 by utilizing an old church constructed in the 1930s. It is located next to a GEF (Greater Edmonton Foundation) housing unit with close to 200 senior apartments. The apartment building, which was also built in the early 70s is planning much-needed renovations. 
GEF brought forth an opportunity for the two non-profit organizations to coordinate future planning and the potential new development of the two buildings in a way that would benefit residents of GEF, seniors in the community and the larger community. 
The senior centre building is not fully accessible to people with mobility challenges. This means that as seniors age it becomes more difficult for them to climb long flights of stairs to attend classes and increases their chances fo becoming isolated and lonely.
The Strathcona Place Society Board sees such a cooperative project as having substantial potential benefits including:
        1. less total project costs of a potential new building,  
        2. ability to complete a potentially new building project in a timely fashion,
        3. long term sharing of as yet undetermined common facilities, and
        4. an accessible building for all levels of mobility.
A needs survey is the first step in determining what a new building might contain. It also helps us to talk to the architect about what a new building might look like. We are looking for input from seniors, youth, neighbors, community leagues, faith groups, other non-profits, and businesses.
Please let us know what you think. 
Strathcona Place Society