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For Seniors

Gather at The Gallery

Gather at the Gallery (for ages 55+).

Come for the art, stay to mingle.

A social and educational opportunity for seniors (55+).

“… Artwork allows your mind to be in a safe place while it contemplates the tougher issues you are dealing with.”
~ George E. Miller

Gather at the Gallery is a new bi-weekly event presented specifically for the 55+ community. Each month there will be opportunities to meet artists, preview new exhibitions or express your own creativity.

This program is generously supported by:

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Upcoming Workshops for Seniors:

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Resources for Seniors:

Click Here for A List of Senior Resources for Waterloo-Wellington

Elder Abuse & Fraud Prevention

Learn about elder abuse, the warning signs, and how to prevent fraud. Facilitated by the WRPS.

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Ways to Jumpstart Creativity

This resource contains activities and tricks for getting inspired to make and create.

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Canadian Lewy Body Dementia Information

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Get Involved in The Canadian Clay & Glass Community

Volunteers are a valuable resource, contributing unique talents, skills and knowledge to the many facets of the operations at the Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery. Volunteers help out with almost every aspect of the Gallery, playing an integral role in our operations.

We have a variety of departments eager to welcome in new volunteers, including: public programs, the archives, and front reception. Our volunteer hours are flexible, and we hope you will enjoy working with us as much as we hope to provide you with an enriching and valuable volunteer experience.

We have also begun a new volunteer team of both seniors and staff to help us brainstorm and run the Gather at The Gallery program for persons 55+. We would love to welcome new members!

If you’re interested in volunteering some time at the Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery, please contact Cheyenne at, or call her at 519-746-1882 ext. 232.

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An image of Sharl G. Smith presenting an artist talk to an audience of attendees.
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