5 Upcoming Events for Calgary Seniors

5 Upcoming Events for Older Adults in Calgary

By Chuck Terlesky, 9:00 am on
5 Upcoming Events for Older Adults in Calgary

Attending local events can enhance a senior’s outlook on life and boost his or her mood. Keeping active also helps older adults socialize and stave off isolation. Here are five local events in Calgary that will surely brighten a senior’s day. 

1. Movies at the Meadows 

Spruce Meadows, at 18011 Spruce Meadows Way, offers this outdoor movie event every Wednesday through August 23rd starting at dusk. Seniors can bond with the community and family while watching the movie of the week on a large screen television under a twinkling sky. Snacks, popcorn, and meals will be available to buy. Seniors can come early and have a fun picnic before the film starts, and they should bring a blanket and a chair.

Seniors who need assistance with attending outdoor events or managing daily tasks can benefit from professional home care. When considering home care, Calgary, AB, families should make sure their senior loved ones have the resources they need to maintain their independence and remain healthy. Trusted in-home care professionals can assist seniors with daily tasks like cooking, bathing, and exercise, and they can also encourage them to focus on healthier lifestyle habits.

2. River Forth Dining Car Lunch Calgary

Heritage Park at 1900 Heritage Drive offers this unique lunch event on Tuesdays from 11am to 1pm until August 29th. Seniors get to enjoy a vintage dining experience aboard a lavish 1920s traveling rail car. As they travel around Heritage Park by rail, they will dine on a three-course meal.

3. Calgary Night Market

The Southcentre Mall at 100 Anderson Road hosts a total of four weekly markets in the summer, with the last one taking place on August 25th and 26th from 5pm to 11pm in the southeast parking lot. At this unique market, seniors can explore the booths, socialize with the local artists and food vendors, and enjoy exciting live music. Admission is free.

Seniors with serious medical conditions are often advised to stay indoors, which could limit their opportunities to meet people and socialize. For families living in Calgary, Alberta, respite care can be a wonderful solution when their aging loved ones need companionship and socialization a few hours a week or just need minor assistance with daily household tasks. At Home Care Assistance, we thrive on helping seniors maintain their independence while living in the comfort of home.  

4. The Market on Stephen Avenue

This outdoor market takes place in downtown Calgary, spans three entire blocks, and is open every Tuesday from 11am to 5pm until September 5th. Older adults can get a good workout and fresh air as they walk around this market exploring the 60 plus vendors. 

5. Kiwanis Apple Festival 

Kamp Kiwanis at 241001 Range Road is hosting this yearly fair on September 23rd and 24th from 10am to 4pm. During this fair, seniors can socialize with vendors, explore the booths of fine arts and crafts, and show off their baking skills by entering apple pie contests. There will also be a silent auction, uplifting live music, and a farmer’s market where seniors can purchase fresh fruits and vegetables. Net revenue from this event will go toward helping disadvantaged children.

Attending outdoor events is one of the many ways seniors can enhance their quality of life. Professional caregivers can also help seniors age in the comfort of home and enjoy a higher quality of life. If your senior loved one needs hourly or live-in care, Calgary Home Care Assistance can help. Our caregivers can assist with exercise and mobility, prepare nutritious meals, provide timely medication reminders, and help with a wide array of other important daily tasks. To learn about our high-quality senior care plans, call one of our friendly Care Managers at (587) 350-2273 today.  

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