Monterey greets new members Jan. 5

Monterey Recreation Centre gets ready to greet the new year and new members next week

Volunteer Jo Wigmore decorates Oak Bay’s Monterey Recreation Centre for the holidays. More hands are needed for ‘un-decorating day

Monterey Recreation Centre gets ready to greet both the new year and new members next week.

The centre for those age 50-plus hosts its New Members Meet & Greet on Thursday, Jan. 5 from 1:30 to 3 p.m.

Join the Monterey crew in the Garry Oak Room for an informative, interactive session to discover all that the recreation centre has to offer.

Receive a warm welcome, take in a short presentation and enjoy complimentary refreshments before joining in a facility tour.

All are welcome – please RSVP at reception.

Robbie Burns Day

Celebrate the Scottish poet’s birthday with the annual Burns Dinner Jan. 17.

Enjoy a traditional Scottish feast, including haggis, and entertainment.

Stop by the centre for tickets.

 

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