Seniors Programs

Seniors Programs

The Horton Street Seniors' Centre (HSSC) operates in the Boys and Girls Club of London for seniors ages 55 and up.

In 1987, the Horton Street Seniors' Centre was opened for 60 members. The Centre runs programs during the day time when the children are in school, giving senior citizens an affordable place for recreational and social events. The Club's extended family has grown to include over 1,400 members. 

We offer

• Aquatics programs
• Fitness programs
• Many recreational activities
• Special events and luncheons
• Day trips

Our members have full access to our transit services.

Take A Tour

Thursdays
10:00 - 11:00 am

Thinking about becoming a member but would like more information?
Join us for a tour of our facility every Thursday throughout the year. On the tour you can learn more about the many programs we have to offer and answer any questions you may have. If you are unavailable Thursday mornings you can set up an appointment.
Please contact
Michelle Moses
519-434-9115 ext. 237
mmoses@bgclondon.ca

Parking Pass

$3 per month
Members who drive and wish to use our parking lot can purchase a parking pass for a month or buy a yearly pass in January for $30 for the year.

Visitors' Fee

$3.00 per visit
Come try us out for the day!
The Visitor fee gives you access to activity programs and afternoon recreation swims only and includes your parking. 

The Horton Street Seniors' Centre has something for everyone! A vast network of programs and services have been developed to help ensure the well-being and high quality of life for our members. Our non-intimidating, friendly activities and facility can help you stay physically and mentally active, meet new people and just have fun!

Highlighted Programs

It is with great pleasure that we extend to you an invitation to help us celebrate the 32nd anniversary of Seniors’ Month (June) in Ontario. To recognize the important role seniors play in our communities, the Horton Street Seniors’ Centre at The Boys & Girls Club of London will be hosting several fun activities during the month of June to support the theme of “Seniors Making a Difference”.

Hula Hoop Demo - June 6 at 1130am with June (as seen at REXPO)
If you grew up playing with a hula hoop in the 50s/60s then this is the class for you!

Bring A Friend – Week of June 13 - 24
Members can bring a friend/guest FREE* and enter into draws to win great prizes!

Pathways Community Woodshop Project - June 14 at 10am
Come learn about this new program coming soon to the area! Partnership with the Horton Street Seniors’ Centre and Pathways Skill Development will provide space and equipment/materials in a great social environment to those interested in learning woodworking or those working on their own projects.

Pole Walking Workshop - June 29 at 1030am
Come join us for a hands-on Nordic Pole Walking Class with a Certified Instructor. People of any age and fitness level are welcome. If you can walk... you can Pole Walk!

Come to one event or come to them all -we’d love to see you there!

Forward Bound
12:00 - 2:00 pm
Mondays

This is a supportive leisure program that provides assistance to older adults who find it difficult to attend programs and activities at the Centre on their own. The program brings these seniors into the club to enjoy different social, recreational and light physical activities.
If you are interested in volunteering, joining Forward Bound, or know someone who would benefit from it,
Please contact
Karen Pyatt-Westbrook
519-434-9115 xt 250
kpyatt@bgclondon.ca
Funding for this program has been provided by a grant from New Horizons and Westminster College.

Foot Care Clinics
8:30 – 11:30 am
4th Thursday of every month
The cost is $30 per visit.
(For your protection, high-pressure steam is used to sterilize all instruments.)
For an appointment please contact 519-686-0971

More Information

Please contact
Shelley Wood
519-434-9115 xt 251
swood@bgclondon.ca