Articles written by: The Senior Times

Anthony Housefather in Florida with CSL Men’s Club. Photo by Sid Burns
Features

Anthony Housefather connects with snowbirds

The Côte St. Luc Senior Men’s Club hosted Côte St. Luc Mayor Anthony Housefather at its annual Florida luncheon. About 250 people, mainly club members and their wives, gathered at the Fresh Harvest Restaurant at nearby Seminole Casino for the event.

Unitarian Church of Montreal launches group  for older lesbians
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Unitarian Church of Montreal launches group for older lesbians

A social group catering to middle-aged and older anglo lesbians has begun meeting at the Unitarian Church of Montreal.

Rob Barlow of Auberge Willow, Patricia Hovington of Minus 40, auctioneer Michael Lawrence, Keith Wells of Mackoli Catering, Dawn Hodes of DaBoom! Desserts, Susan Wylie, Executive Director of Le Nichoir, and Claudia Portaro of Claudia’s Catering. Photo courtesy of Le Nichoir
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A Taste of Hudson for the birds

Ten well-known regional chefs are offering their culinary creations at this year’s fundraising dinner and auction in support of Le Nichoir.

François Ouimet photo by Julie Blanche
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Frank Zappa’s music at the Thomas More Institute

“As a conductor, I was taught the importance of developing a thorough and wide-ranging artistic culture. TMI has made this possible for me.”

Cummings Centre launches  a Sizzlin’ Spring Season
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Cummings Centre launches a Sizzlin’ Spring Season

To celebrate the long awaited spring session, in addition to popular favourites, Cummings Centre is launching a brand new event series, Sex, Drugs & Rock ‘n Roll, where thought provoking and timely topics such as Sex & Aging, Medical Marijuana and the popular Rock ‘n Roll film ‘Forever Young’ will […]

Editorial:  Strong leadership needed to counter fear of  “the other”
Editorials

Editorial: Strong leadership needed to counter fear of “the other”

The incidents appear to be sporadic, but taken together represent what seems to be a disturbing pattern: actions by elected municipal officials that limit the legitimate and fundamental rights of religious freedom and freedom of expression.

Swingle Singers  perform in Montreal March 12
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Swingle Singers perform in Montreal March 12

The amazing Swingle Singers, the French vocal group that grew out of the Double Six of Paris in the early 1960s, returns to Montreal for a concert at Place des Arts this month.

Atwater Library events for March 2015
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Atwater Library events for March 2015

The Atwater Library has scheduled a lunchtime series this month covering a variety of areas of interest.

Digital Whyzdom: All about #hashtags
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Digital Whyzdom: All about #hashtags

by Marc Poellhuber It’s 8am in Atlanta, I am barely awake and the waitress asks: “Will that be grits or hash browns?” Trust me, I know all about befuddlement in the face of new words. You need to know that the term “hashtag” has been included in the Oxford English […]

Call for volunteers: Winter 2015
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Call for volunteers: Winter 2015

MAB-Mackay Rehabilitation Centre seeks volunteers for visually-impaired clients in St-Laurent, NDG, Hampstead, Côte-St-Luc, Montreal, and LaSalle, to visit, help with shopping, take walks, read mail, or converse with clients.  rhindi@ssss.gouv.qc.ca, 514-488-5552 X 1324 TEL-AIDE urgently needs volunteer listeners to respond to calls from people in distress. Next training sessions occur […]