Active Adults & Seniors
Strong, sustainable communities are built by the involvement and comradery of their residents.
There are a number of ways to get active and involved in the community and build connections.
Neighbours Helping Neighbours
Snow Angels help remove snow from the driveways and walkways of those who cannot, and provide an extremely valuable service to the community.
A Friendly Caller regularly checks in with a community senior or shut-in client by phone, at least once a week, lasting between 15-30 minutes.
Throughout the summer months, Garden Angels lend a helping hand to those who have trouble keeping up with basic lawn care including weeds, mowing, or gardening.
Do you need a hand? For more information please contact the Community & Social Development Coordinator at 403-227-3376.
Check out the Volunteer Connection →
Moovers & Groovers
Movers and Groovers is an active ADULTS group that get together twice a week to meet like people who are also interested in keeping active.
Activities focus on moving and may include indoor and outdoor walking, obstacle courses, dance, stretching and more. This is a free group activity that meets at the LLC Community Room on Wednesday's and Friday's, 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. This program will ramp up again on September 5, 2018, so come on out and reap the benefits of improved physical health and creating new social networks.
For more information contact Karen Bradbury, Community & Social Development Coordinator at 403-227-3376.
Neighbourhood Block Party
Apart from having loads of fun, block parties provide an opportunity for neighbours to get to know each other, increasing a sense of belonging and safety in your neighbourhood. Get connected, make new friends and build bonds with your block party all year round!
What is a Block Party?
A Block Party can be a lot of fun and bring neighbourhood residents closer. It is a neighbourhood specific party that is organized and attended by people in your neighbourhood. Block Parties can be held in a number of different venues, such as: on a neighbourhood street (street closure application applies), outside in a public park, inside a community hall, in a neighbour’s home or even a condo common area.
Neighbours who want to take part either help organize, show up or both! For further incentive, Block Parties are also sponsored by local businesses supplying free items to help make your party a success (sponsorship is limited and varies season to season).
Go and learn more and apply →
ARE YOU LOOKING TO IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH AND WELLNESS?
We have a number of all ages activities – yoga, swimming, drop-in sports, and more – to keep you moving and working towards a healthier you!
Town of Innisfail Drop-in Programs Begin
September 17, 2019 @ 6:00 pm
Innisfail Farmers Market
September 19, 2019 @ 10:00 am
Innisfail Art Council Show and Sale
September 20, 2019 @ 6:00 pm
Check out our seasonal program guide for even more opportunities to participate and become involved in the Innisfail Community!