Speaker series aimed at seniors

The first workshop is led by Steve Wallace of Wallace Driving School

The Victoria Centre of Silver Threads Service is hosting a new speakers series, beginning this month.

The first workshop is led by Steve Wallace of Wallace Driving School and is for seniors who would like to take proactive steps to maintain or improve their driving skills.

This one-hour session is for anyone 55 years or older. It’s set for Jan. 16 from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. at 2340 Richmond Rd. The session is free.

“We strive to help seniors remain independent, and we support lifelong learning,” said Debbie Erb, centre director.

The speaker series will be held the third Fridays of each month and will be led by experts in the field of health care, wellness, lifestyle and other topics of interest to seniors.

Space is limited, please call 250-388-4268 to reserve.


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