Table tennis is one of the activities that have returned to the Chilliwack & District Seniors’ Society’s calendar. (Marco Verch/Common License Photo)

Activities resume with COVID-19 safety measures for Chilliwack seniors

Table tennis, yoga and more return to Chilliwack & District Seniors’ Resource Society

Several programs for seniors have started up again with the Chilliwack & District Seniors’ Resource Society.

Activities had been stopped at the beginning of the pandemic, for the health and safety of all participants. But recently they’ve been able to start many of them up again, with COVID-19 protocols in place to continue putting safety at the forefront.

They have a number of free programs, including their walking program, the Tuesday Social, and Community Education Series. They have also their form completion and referral services.

There are also several member programs, such as pickleball, badminton, table tennis, carpet bowling, chair yoga, gentle yoga, Zumba, line dancing, Stayfit, and strength and balance exercises.

For more information contact the society at 604-793-9979.

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