CLUBS & ACTIVITIES

Members enjoy a wide variety of clubs and activities including:

  • Bingo
  • Bridge (Duplicate and Contract)
  • Carpet Bowling
  • Ceramics and Pottery
  • Conversational Spanish
  • Craft Club and Quilters
  • Cribbage
  • Computers and WiFi for Members
  • Dancing (Line, Belly and Ballroom)
  • Euchre and Bid Euchre
  • Exercises, Weights, Fitness and Chair
  • Mah Jongg
  • Painting
  • Rock & Gem Workshop
  • Snooker and Pool
  • Soapstone Carving
  • Stained Glass
  • Table Tennis
  • Whist
  • Wood Working Shop
  • Yoga, Nia and T'ai Chi Gong
FOOD SERVICES

Food services are available for members and guests Monday through Friday from 11 am to 12:30 pm.

Join the "Coffee Club" @ 7:30 am for coffee, muffins
and stimulating conversation!

Lunch selection includes:

  • Hot Entrée (Tuesdays and Thursdays)
  • Soup
  • Sandwiches
  • Desserts
  • Coffee or Tea
RENTALS

We have a large hall with a seating capacity of 115 that can be used for dancing and larger sit-down dinners. There is also a separate dining area with seating for 50 and a fully functional kitchen. We take weekend bookings for meetings and gatherings, such as birthday parties and wedding receptions. Rates are $75.00 per hour (4 hours minimum). For more information call the centre at 250-339-5133. Pictures of the hall and kitchen can be seen in the gallery.

IMPORTANT NOTICES
  • d'Esterre Seniors Centre Closure

  • Message from our President, Mike Corkish
    Hi, I hope this message finds you all Safe, Healthy and Happy.

    On Oct, 16th it will be 7 months since we closed the doors on the Centre we all loved! A lot has happened to change our lives in that time, and I am sure you are all familiar with COVID-19 guidelines given to us by Dr. Bonnie Henry. They are the same protocols, along with a Start-Up Plan from Work Safe BC that the Restart Committee, and the Board, have used to plan the reopening of d'Esterre Centre. See more.
ABOUT THE CENTRE

The d'Esterre House Seniors' Centre was officially opened on June 25, 1975 by Lieutenant-Governor Walter Owen. The core group of 10 Senior Citizens has now grown to a membership of over 800. Click here to learn more about our history.

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ARTISAN CRAFT SHOP

Come in and browse through a large variety of items made by our members.

LIBRARY

Our library includes: books, video's and DVD's

CENTRE NEWS

Keep informed by reading our monthly newsletter.

HELPFUL LINKS

We have compiled a list of links. Topics include; health, counseling and recreation