The Thornhill Seniors Club will be closed on Monday October 14th. The only activities that will run on this day are: TSC Euchre – 1pm-3:30pm in the Centre Hall and Duplicate Bridge – 1pm-4pm in the South Hall.
Our Annual General Meeting will be held on Tuesday October 29th, 2019 in the South Hall. Doors open at 11:45am. Meeting begins at 12:00pm. Complimentary pizza, cake and refreshments will be served. Regular TSC Members only. Sorry, no “Guest” Members. Sign up at the Front Desk with your badge. TSC Badge also required for entrance to event.
Join us on Friday for a slice of Pumpkin Pie with real whipped cream!
Did you know that falls are the leading cause of injury for seniors? Statistics show that 1 in 3 people over the age of 65 will fall once every year, and falls are the main reason why older adults lose their independence.
The Markham Stouffville Hospital Falls Prevention Roadshow is coming to TSC on October 22. Sign up at the Front Desk to learn how to protect yourself and those you care about. $2.00 registration fee includes refreshments. Click HERE for details.
Drop into the Cafe on Friday September 27th between 12-12:30 for a cob of local Sweet Corn from Reesor’s Farm, served with real butter. Only $1. While quantities last!
On Thursday our Members enjoyed a fantastic performance by Jay Vazquez at our annual Welcome Back Lunch. Was great to see everyone up dancing, singing and having a good time!
Thank you to Canterbury Place for providing the delicious salads and desserts, and to Gloria O’Shell and her team of Volunteers for all their hard work.
See you next year!
Just a reminder that 2018/19 TSC Memberships expired on August 31, 2019. So if you haven’t already, please bring your badge and see the Front Desk to receive your new 2020 sticker. Annual fees may be paid by cheque or money order, made payable to TSC. We are unable to accept debit, credit card or cash payments at this time.
On Thursday, August 29 2019, TSC Members travelled to the Stratford Festival Theatre and enjoyed seeing Billy Elliot The Musical. We enjoyed a very appetizing and delicious lunch, before seeing BILLY ELLIOT, at the Historic Inn & Suites in THE PARLOUR and specifically the Churchill dining room. We were served a three course meal including beverages. The dessert was top-drawer. It was called PAVLOVA. How impressive. A Pavlova is a dessert commonly believed to be named after the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova. It is meringue-based with a crisp crust and soft, light custard inside, usually topped with fruit and whipped cream. – Doreen Manning
The Club will be closed on Monday September 2nd for Labour Day. The only activities that will run are Table Tennis 9am – 12pm in the North Hall, Euchre 1 – 3:30pm in the Centre Hall & Duplicate Bridge 12:30 – 3:30pm in the South Hall.