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Current Programs

The PEI Senior Citizens' Federation administers and delivers programs at locations across the Island. Most of our programs are hosted by member clubs, though community or civic organizations will sometimes act as host. No matter the location, our programs are open to all seniors.


Our programs are typically delivered in the fall, winter, and early spring months when people tend to socially isolate.  Numerous studies have shown that older adults who stay socially active and maintain good interpersonal relationships are healthier and live more productive lives. Thus, we try to offer a wide variety of programs that appeal to different types of people, and attract both men and women.  Whenever possible, our programs are available at little or no cost, enabling us to reach seniors of all income levels. Most of our programs are offered in rural areas.


Our programs tend to teach new skills, promote new ideas, and encourage fun.  Several of our programs are ongoing, while others are offered for a limited time.  The determining factor as to length and scope of a program is funding.

Ongoing programs include 55 Alive Driving Refresher Course, PEI Friendly Visitor Program, L.E.A.P. (Learning Elders Arts Program), Lifetime Membership Award Program, and Hear Hear PEI.

Other current programs include Stories of My Life (scrapbooking) and Patchwork of Programs.

For a list of programs offered in your area, contact your local seniors' club or the Seniors' Federation office at 902-368-9008.

Please note that as a result of COVID, some clubs are not meeting or offering programs until the fall of 2021 (or later).

The Stories of My Life (2019 to 2021)

The Stories of My Life is a free scrapbooking program and consists of five to seven sessions (depending on the group).

Guided by an experienced instructor, this fun program provides participants with scrapbooks and scrapbooking materials to create a story of their choice.  

​The Stories of My Life Program is administered by the PEI Senior Citizens'  Federation and was made possible through funding from the Government of Canada’s New Horizons for Seniors Program.


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