Burnaby Seniors Services & Fun Activities
If you’re looking for a fun day outside, check out Burnaby Mountain golf, Riverway golf, or a local pitch & putt! The city is the perfect place to enjoy a game. Each course provides a tranquil atmosphere and beautiful views of nature.
Check out our list of places for the best Burnaby golf experiences:
Burnaby Mountain Golf
Burnaby Mountain Golf is a beautiful and popular course near SFU and Port Moody. It’s a challenging, 18-hole, golf course that is open year-round. With fantastic playing conditions, you can always enjoy the different obstacles that mother nature presents. This course is fun for all ages and skill levels.
Riverway Golf Course
Riverway is strategically located in south Burnaby, on opposite sides of the city from Burnaby Mountain golf course. It’s an 18-hole championship course, well-known for its links-style fairways, water hazards, and bunkers. It’s narrow design creates long paths, so opt in for the golf cart or you might regret it!
Pitch & Putt Courses
The city is so fortunate to have two pitch and putt locations at Central Park and Kensington Park. Play the Central Park course in the shade of beautiful trees, in a forest setting. Kensington is located in a park with a more open and social atmosphere. You must be at least 8 years old to play but all skill levels are welcome
Enjoy tons of live entertainment around Burnaby at Symphony in the Park, the Michael J Fox Theatre, and Grand Villa Casino! There are lots of Burnaby seniors services and activities available.
Check out our fun list of Burnaby entertainment:
Symphony in the Park
Symphony in the Park is located near the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts, in Deer Lake Park. It’s an annual, FREE, concert performed by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. Featuring classics and popular new favourites, it’s a must-see event!
Michael J Fox Theatre
Visit the Michael J Fox Theatre to watch live entertainment including music, dance, drama, and other arts performances. They also feature public, community events. Do something a little out of the ordinary tonight and check out their schedule!
The city has lots of Burnaby senior services including community classes and programs. It’s never too late to learn something new, practice your passion, or meet others who have similar interests. Check out Groupon for special discounts on lots of the local classes offered.
Check out our list of community classes offered in Burnaby:
There are lots of different art, drawing, and painting classes offered to adults and seniors in Burnaby. No matter what your skill level, join one of these groups and brush up on your skills today! Contact the Shadbolt Centre to get started.
Take it easy and enjoy a relaxing day at the spa. Studies show that there are real therapeutic benefits of massage for ageing adults and seniors. The benefits include both physical and mental improvements, increasing your overall health and attitude.
Check out this list of relaxing Burnaby spas:
Iris Day Spa
Iris Day Spa is a franchise with locations all over the lower mainland. Their main goal is to relieve pain, stiffness, and pressure from patients of all ages. Get a facial, massage, trigger point therapy, detox, and much more. Their services reduce headaches, stress, asthma, and increase blood circulation.
With 5 star ratings on over 4 different peer review websites, Yuen Foot Massage is an amazing Burnaby seniors service. They practice ancient Chinese acupressure and combine it with Western spa relaxation therapy. Their services enhance physical fitness, eliminate fatigue, and prevent disease.
Don’t let the name fool you, Lucky Feet offers both reflexology foot massages as well as body massages. However, reflexology is their number one passion. If you have sore or tired feet, try one of their treatments and experience improved circulation and relief of chronic pain. You’ll wish you came sooner!
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Q: What is the population of Burnaby?
A: According to the 2016 census, the Burnaby Population is 232,755 people. Making it the 20th biggest city in Canada and the 3rd largest city in British Columbia.
Q: How big is Burnaby?
A: The city of Burnaby is exactly 98.6 square kilometres in size.
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