There's always something going on at Sage! Visit our Life Enrichment page for a printable Calendar of Events each month.

Click on the bars to the left to learn more about the Sage Awards, Seniors' Housing Forum, Seniors' Health & Wellness Forum and Lunch and Learn (PIP).


RAM presents Bugs 101

9:30 am - 11:00 am

RAM presents Bugs 101 Join us at the Royal Alberta Museum for a special presentation of live insects. After the presentation, there is time to explore the museum. Lunch will not be provided. Must pre-register.
Date: Fri, Feb 28 Time: Depart Sage 9:30 (walking to the RAM) Cost: 14.00

Call 780-423-5510 ext 301 to register ( pay over the phone if you wish)                          

Ernest's at NAIT Lunch

10:30 am - 11:00 am

Ernest’s at Nait Lunch Enjoy a delicious buffet featuring the culinary talents of the student chefs at Nait. Must pre-register - only 30 spots available.
Date: Fri, Feb 28 Time: Depart Sage 10:30 am or meet at Ernest’s at 11:00 am. Cost: 43.00 + ETS fare (includes tax and tip) Call 780-423-5510 ext 301. (pay over the phone if you wish)


Kookum Tea Time

12:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Please join this group that brings women together to share in a cup of tea and some activities or crafts. Kookum means Grandma. Everyone is welcome to attend!

Dates Mar: 9 & 23

            Apr: 6 & 20

            May: 4 & 25

Time 12:30-2:30pm Location Classroom A 

Cost Free



BrainFitness Information Session

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Learn about this amazing program that keeps your brain sharp, has informative discussions and brain-healthy snacks. Speak with the instructor and even give the games a try. Pre-registration preferred.

Location Classroom D    Cost Free


Pink Tea & Suffrage Discussion

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Join our “Pink Tea” where we discuss the history of the suffrage movement with historian Shirley Lowe while enjoying tea and goodies. Please pre-register by March 11 as space is limited. Cost $2.00   Location Classroom A



St. Patrick’s Day Party

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Join us for a party that includes live music, cake and lots of fun! Wear your green if you’d like! Entertainment is sponsored by the Chrurchill by Revera. Cost Free Location Sage Café



Floral Arranging Presentation

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

learn great tips on how make beautiful floral arrangements, even on a budget! Watch floral expert Bruce in this fun demonstration. Please pre-register.               

Date Thurs, Mar 19    Time 1-2:30pm 

Location Classroom C    Cost  Free



Embracing an Active Aging Lifestyle

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Active Aging isn't about just keeping active. It's about optimizing the aging experience to be able to

enhance your quality of life. Jolyn Hall of

Edmonton55 will guide you through

understanding active aging, knowing how to

advocate for yourself and how to be proactive in maintaining your control over the decisions you make as you age. Regardless of your age or health status, you'll gain valuable insight to

improve your own aging experience. 

Date: Fri, Mar 20   Time: 1:30pm - 3:00pm

Location: Classroom C    Cost: Free


St Josephat Pyrohy Supper

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Enjoy a delicious supper featuring homemade pyrohies! Must pre-register by March 13.                                                                        

Time depart Sage at 5pm. Dinner is served until 7pm Location Depart from Sage. Dinner is at St. John’s Cultural Center 10611-110Ave Cost $26 (includes school bus to and from Sage)



Digital Resources at the EPL

2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Find out all the amazing things offered at your local library - from movies to international newspapers to
magazines, music and more! Please pre-register.

Date: Tues, Mar 24 from 2-3:30 pm

Location: Classroom B Cost: Free



Easter Dinner

12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Celebrate Easter with a delicious baked ham lunch including dessert and coffee/tea. Entertainment sponsored by The Churchill by Revera. Must register by Apr 2. No Easter dinners will be available for purchase day of the event, but Café will be open. 

Location Auditorium   Cost $14.00



Benefits Presentation

10:30 am - 11:30 am

Learn about Senior’s benefits like CPP and Old Age Security in this presentation from Service Canada. Pre-registration preferred.

Date Thur, Apr 16 Time 10:30 - 11:30am Location Classroom C Cost Free



Telling Stories Through Dance: Shumka Celebrates 60 Years of Tradition in Motion

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Enjoy a showcase of Ukrainian regional dance through a selection of Mosquito’s Wedding (a Disneyesque fairy tale presentation), a behind-the-scenes, on-stage look at how a production set changes, and the all-new Hopak suite (a multimedia salute to the past through an adaptation of Shumka’s celebrated Classic Hopak). Need to be able to walk up and down a few stairs. Must pre-register. There are only 16 spots!                                   

Time 1pm; Meet at Jubilee Auditorium north doors facing Butterdome. Show is at 10am.  

Cost $10 per person  

Fully wheelchair accessible; please state your accessibility needs when registering.


Developing Your Age in Place Plan

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Do you plan to live in your home as long as possible? Do you understand what aging in place truly means? Join Jolyn Hall of Edmonton55 as she guides you through the steps to creating your own unique age in place plan. Learn how to be actively      engaged in creating your own aging plan and keep in control of your health and care decisions as your needs change. Whether you are 45 or 85 - you'll feel empowered to live life on your terms.

Date Fri, Apr 24 Time 1:30pm - 3:00pm Location Classroom C Cost Free



Italian Pranzo Lunch at Santa Maria Goretti

11:00 am - 11:00 am

A delicious, traditional, 7-course Italian pranzo lunch including antipasto platter, pasta, salad, meat & potatoes, dessert and coffe/tea.        

Date Sun, Apr 26 (register by Apr 20)

Time Depart Sage at 11:00am. Lunch is at 11:30am   Cost $28.00 per person plus ETS  



Pole Walking Information Session & Demo

1:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Learn all of the amazing health benefits of Pole Walking. Get a chance to try out the techniques yourself in this informative session! Please register by May 10 as space is limited.                 

Date Wed, May 13 in Classroom C 

Time 1:30pm   Cost Free



Stony Plain & Seba Beach

9:30 am - 9:31 am

See Stony Plain’s beautiful murals, the Pioneer museum, enjoy a tasty lunch & some site-seeing around Seba beach and Lake Wabamun area. Register by.

Date Wed, May 20 Time Depart Sage at 9:30am Cost $53.00 member, $64.00 non-member



Types of Housing Explained

11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Condos, apartments, long-term care, supportive living,  assisted living...what do they mean? Join Sage’s Housing Coordinator for this free, informative presentation. Pre-registration preferred.                              

Date Thurs, May 21 Time 11:30-12:30am

Location Sage Room   Cost Free


Paint “Nite”

1:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Enjoy an afternoon of guided painting with Dale, where with step by step instructions, you will create a work of art! Supplies and instruction included in cost. Only 15 spots available. Must pre-register.             Location Auditorium  Cost $20.00



Greenland Garden Center

10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Walk the beautiful outdoor space and plants, browse the gift center, grab your summer annual or perennials, buy some lunch at the café. A great day out! Please pre-register.                                                              

Date Tues, May 26                                     

Time depart Sage at 10am. Return 2pm.

Cost $10.00 for a school bus to & from Sage



Ellis Bird Farm Daytrip

9:00 am - 9:00 am

Ellis Bird Farm (an all-time favourite) is both a working farm dedicated to the conservation of Mountain Bluebirds, Tree Swallows and other native cavity nesting birds. Visit the beautiful tea house for a delightful lunch, stroll through the gardens and enjoy some bird-watching. Must pre-register.

Date Fri, May 29   Time Depart Sage at 9:00am

Cost Members $59.00/ $69.00 non-members



Annual General Meeting

10:00 am - 10:00 am

Sage’s Annual General Meeting will be held on June 2, 2020 at 10:00 am in the Auditorium. Proposed changes to the bylaws will be voted on at this meeting.  Proposed changes to the bylaws will be made available for review by members at both reception desks and electronically by request on May 12.


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