Princeton Senior Citizens Drop-in Centre Society

The Princeton Senior Citizens Drop-in Centre Society is a not for profit organization that manages a facility which provides a safe, comfortable gathering place for Princeton and area Seniors and others in the community. The Centre provides art, recreational and social activities. The Centre also advocates for pensions and social security entitlement and advocates to protect the rights and interests of pensioners under the Old Age Security and Assistance Acts. The Centre stimulates public interest in the welfare of the senior citizens of Princeton and Area.

Our Impact Why We Exist

The Princeton Seniors Drop-in Centre exists to provide a safe comfortable gathering place for Princeton and Area seniors and others in the community.

Our Story What We Do

There has been a Seniors Centre in Princeton since the 1920's.  In early 1980's the organization began fundraising for building their own building.  The building was completed in 1986 and has been a busy centre for senior activities since that time. 

Our Programs How We Do It

Programs at the Princeton Seniors Centre run throughout the week.

Lunch is served Monday through Friday (except in July and August) from 11:30am to 1:00pm. 

Bingo every Monday evening - the ball drops at 5:15pm.  The Kitchen is open at 4:00pm for those in attendance.

Art classes with Shirley Frieding on Tuesday mornings at 10:00 to noon.  Other craft activities happen at this time as well.

Exercises classes Monday and Wednesday at 10:00am

Whist and Crib Tournaments on the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month at 1:30pm.

Pot luck dinner held on the lasst Friday of each month at 5:30pm

There are seasonal activities as well (Valentines Day Tea and Bake Sale, St. Patrick's Day Roast Beef Dinner, Flea Markets, Mother's Day Brunch, Father's Day Lasagne Dinner, Luau Dinner, Oinkfest Dinner, Craft Fair, Christmas Turkey Dinner).

What You Can Do

The Princeton Seniors Citizens Drop-in Centre is run by volunteers.  We are always looking for more volunteers to help out.  Phone 250 295 7515 for more information.

Donations are always welcome and can be specifically applied to a program. 

Our 2017 membership fee is $15.  Everyone 55+ is welcome to join. 

Contact

Barbara Bushewsky
Second Vice President
250.295.7515
Charitable Number: 119103950RR0001