Seniors clubs and activities Home / Services / Seniors clubs and activities Page ContentThe City of Stirling provides many activities and events for seniors such as Autumn Clubs and the Stirling Silver program. Find out how to get involved.Autumn clubsAutumn/Senior Citizens Clubs operate from most of the City of Stirling's community centres and provide a meeting place for mature-aged people who wish to participate in social, educational and recreational activities.How do they operate?Each club elects a management committee, which is responsible for managing the club's program of activities and general operations.What do they do?Each club arranges its own program of activities, which may include:Social activities—concerts, bus trips, dancing, cards or bingoRecreational activities—indoor bowls, keep fit, darts or poolArts and crafts—painting, sewing or crocheting.If there is enough interest, a club may also arrange instructional classes.What does it cost? Each club also sets the annual subscription.Who is eligible to join?City of Stirling resident and aged 55 years or over are eligible to join. Younger residents who receive a Disability Support Pension are also eligible.For more information contact a community centre below, or go to the information on our website via the link in the top right corner of this page.Community and Recreation CentresClub name and contactBalga Community CentreBalga Autumn ClubBalga/Nollamara Pensioners Social Club Inc81 Camberwell Road, Balga Community Centres Booking Officer(08) 9205 7940 Bob Daniel Community CentreInglewood Senior Citizens Club895 Beaufort Street, Inglewood Community Centres Booking Officer(08) 9205 7940Dianella Community CentreDianella Autumn Club18 Kerry Street, Dianella Community Centres Booking Officer(08) 9205 7940Hamersley Community Recreation CentreHamersley Autumn ClubBelvedere Road, Hamersley (08) 9447 0455Osborne Community Centre Osborne Autumn Club11 Royal Street, Osborne Park (08) 9205 7940North Beach Community CentreNorth Beach Autumn Club20 Castle Street, North Beach Community Centres Booking Officer(08) 9205 7940Nollamara Community CentreNollamara Autumn Club72 Sylvia Street, Nollamara Community Centres Booking Officer(08) 9205 7940Scarborough Community Centre Scarborough Autumn Club 173 Gildercliffe Street, Scarborough Community Centres Booking Officer(08) 9205 7940 Lunch and Social Club Why don't you join us for a fabulous two course meal and a movie. Sessions run monthly at Osborne Community Centre from August to December 2017. Don't forget to bring your cushion. See flyer below for detailsCSV Matinee Lunch Club Flyer_A3_JUL_17_WEB.pdfCommunity Board Games Social ClubJoin us at the Bob Daniel Community Centre in Inglewood and enjoy some classic board games. Free activity for people of all ages, just bring your own games and nibbles. Tea and coffee will be provided. A great opportunity to meet new people.CSV_BoardGame_Social_Club_JUL_17_WEB.pdfStirling Silver ProgramThe Stirling Silver Program operates from four of the City of Stirling's community centres - Scarborough, Balga, Osborne and Bob Daniel at Inglewood.From these centres, we are able to organise outings and a range of social activities, guest speakers (with morning / afternoon teas) and a variety of 'hands-on' workshops and information sessions, including health and wellbeing, physical activity, and keeping up with technology.For more information please contact Community Services on (08) 9205 8555.Stirling Silver Program - ReviewPlease be aware that the Stirling Silver Program will NOT operate between July 2017- September 2017 due to a review. The program will recommence in October 2017. What is Age-Friendly?Age-Friendly is a strategy developed by the World Health Organisation to facilitate the inclusion of older persons to make our world more age-friendly. An age-friendly world enables people of all ages to actively participate in community activities and treats everyone with respect, regardless of their age. It is a place that makes it easy for older people to stay connected to the people that are important to them. It helps people stay healthy and active even at the oldest age and provides appropriate support to those who can no longer look after themselves. Age-Friendly Stirling ProjectThe Age-Friendly Stirling project aims to increase awareness of local needs by adopting a 'bottom-up' approach to enable the City to identify any improvements or suggestions that could make the Stirling community more age-friendly. Have a look at our Age-Friendly page for more information.