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West Kelowna Seniors Centre

Staying Active, Keeping Fit

The Westside Senior Citizens' Service Association runs programs that add vitality and happiness to those 50-plus in our community by making available to them opportunities to participate in recreational activities and  providing a great atmosphere for learning new skills or advancing existing skills.

There is a low annual membership fee and a small fee may be charged for participation in select activities.

The Westside Senior Citizen’s Service Association is a registered charity and a non-profit organization run entirely by volunteers.

The City of West Kelowna owns and maintains the West Kelowna Seniors' Centre building. The municipality supports the activities of the association through the provision of low cost rent to ensure programs and services remain accessible and affordable.


For a schedule of current programs and events, please:
The City of West Kelowna does not schedule programs, services or events provided through the centre. Please contact the centre if you have questions or if you wish to confirm current membership fees, and programming and event details.

Programs and services vary from time to time, but generally include:
  • Bingo
  • Bridge
  • Carpet bowling
  • Ceramics
  • Choir
  • Clogging
  • Cribbage
  • Floor curling
  • Jammers
  • Keep fit
  • Line dancing
  • Pool and snooker
  • Quilting
  • Wood carving

Stay Connected

A weekly meeting is held every Tuesday between the beginning of September and the end of May, with a hamburger Bar-B-Q every third Tuesday of the month, and a celebration of birthdays and anniversaries on the last Tuesday in the month.

You must be 50 years young, and live in the City of West Kelowna or the greater Westside area to be eligible for membership.


For programming information please call the West Kelowna Senior Citizen’s Service Association or drop in Tuesdays at 1:30 p.m. at 3661, Old Okanagan Highway (next to the Fire Hall).


Travelling South (from Kelowna)

Take Hwy 97 southbound until it becomes one-way Main Street. Turn right at Old Okanagan Highway. Travel on Old Okanagan Highway for approximately 120 metres. The Senior's Centre, and free parking, are on the right. 

Travelling North (from Peachland and Okanagan Connector)

Take Hwy 97 northbound until it becomes one-way Dobbin Road; continue on Dobbin Road to Old Okanagan Highway; turn left at Old Okanagan Highway. Continue on Old Okanagan Highway, through the traffic signals at Main Street. Continue straight, past traffic signals for approximately 120 metres. The Senior's Centre and free parking are on the right.