SouthWest Edmonton Seniors Association (SWESA) is one of Edmonton’s newest seniors’ centres and we invite you to join us! SWESA is member-driven, working in concert with community groups and partners. Our programs and services empower older adults in southwest Edmonton to be active and feel part of a vibrant community of seniors.
Through a number of community locations, SWESA offers:
• Instructional Classes and Drop-in Activities (e.g., fitness, arts and crafts, informational talks and workshops, games and cards, coffee and chat)
• Services (e.g. access to home support services, book shops, a puzzle exchange, volunteer opportunities).
• Events and Activities (e.g. choir, book club)
October 11 2022 Wellness Fair at Yellowbird East Community Centre
The 2022 Wellness Fair was held on Tuesday October 11 2022 at the Yellowbird East Community Centre from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
CLICK HERE to view our photo gallery from this event.
LETTER FROM THE SWESA PRESIDENT on SEPTEMBER 2 2022
CLICK HERE to view the letter from SWESA President Josie Richardson to all SWESA members on September 2, 2022
Hello Neighbour – We’d like to meet you!
As part of our 10 Year Anniversary celebrations, SWESA completed its “Hello Neighbour – We’d like to meet you!” project. This project supported social participation and inclusion of all older adults in our community – and it promoted volunteerism. We hosted a number of events as part of this project that spanned from June to October, 2022. The project wrap-up meeting was held on November 9, 2022.
CLICK HERE to view the events that we completed for this project!
10 Year Anniversary Celebration
SWESA Mask Policy
CLICK HERE to read about our approach to wearing masks at SWESA.
The SWESA Latest News Page
CLICK HERE to display the SWESA Latest News page. The Latest News was last updated on October 20, 2022 with the appointment of Alariss Schmid as SWESA’s Executive Director.
SWESA FUNDRAISING 2022
SWESA’s 2022 Annual Appeal began on October 1, 2022. CLICK HERE to read more about our 2022 campaign and how you can contribute to SWESA.
SWESA’s operating funds come from grants, membership and program fees and a variety of fundraising efforts. Your donation goes directly to programming, ensuring our programs are affordable, accessible and can grow to meet the interests of people 55+ in southwest Edmonton.
CLICK HERE to view the Fall 2022 (September 2022 to December 2022) Program Guide Version 4 (PDF file), updated on September 2 2022.
CLICK HERE to view our Contact Us page with our staff contact and SWESA locations information.
CLICK HERE to see our membership information page and purchase a SWESA membership.
CLICK HERE to view our weekly bulletins that are sent via email to all SWESA members.