The Town of Collingwood is pleased to share the Leisure Time Club’s invitation to their free Open House, Saturday, May 27, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. This is a perfect opportunity for long-standing residents and newcomers to the community to discover the many programs available to older adults.
Explore the variety activities on offer for members and guests including Woodcarving, Tai Chi, Pickle Ball, Duplicate Bridge, Carpet Bowling, Billiards & Darts, Progressive Euchre, Bid Euchre, Line Dancing and Crafts.
Activity demonstrations have been scheduled throughout the Open House with program leaders and club members in attendance to answer any questions you might have.
“We are excited to open our doors and share with Collingwood the many activities and programs available at the Leisure Time Club. Whether you are a member or a guest, the Leisure Time Club is a wonderful place to stay active and meet with friends.”June Murray Open House organizer
Harmony North will be performing throughout the afternoon and programs such as Grand Pals will be in attendance.
The Leisure Time Club board directors, program leaders and members hope that you can join them on May 27!
About the Leisure Time Club
The Leisure Time Club was founded in 1988 by a dedicated group of Collingwood citizens. They raised donations and incorporated the club as a Non-Profit Corporation. Through their efforts enough funds were raised to pay for and expand the building that the Leisure Time Club operates out of on Town owned property at 100 Minnesota Street.
The Club’s mission is to promote the welfare, pleasure, leisure, and social interaction of the membership through continuous activities with facilities for hobbies, advice, education and entertainment, and any other activities which may be deemed appropriate from time to time.
The Town of Collingwood is a progressive community located in the heart of a four-season recreation area on the southern shore of Georgian Bay. The area is well known for its many natural amenities and its rich heritage. Collingwood is a destination for tourism and many business, sporting, and cultural events Collingwood acts as gateway to the South Georgian Bay region, with stunning landscapes that encourage an active lifestyle, and inspire the local arts and culture community. Downtown Collingwood might just surprise you with 30 plus restaurants, 60 plus boutique shops, spas for relaxing, live music for grooving…all in the only downtown core recognized in Canada’s Registrar of Historic Places! More recently, the harbourfront area is emerging as an extension to the downtown district. Plans for expanding the amenities and events in the harbourfront area promise to make this a much more prominent tourism destination.