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Living Well with Arthritis: A Sourcebook for Understanding and Managing Your Arthritis Living Well with Arthritis is written by Canadian doctors for Canadians. Its authors, all respected experts in the field, focus not only on medications and complementary treatments, but also on management of the many aspects of life that arthritis can affect. Topics such as dealing with chronic pain and fatigue, developing emotional and social coping strategies, and managing relationships are all explored, taking readers through the steps of how the body is affected, and ways to manage the disease.

Palliative Care Conference

Join Palliative Manitoba at its 30th Annual Provincial Palliative Care Conference, at Canad Inns Destination Center Polo Park. Experience our unique blend of keynotes, educational sessions, and workshops grounded in palliative care. Learn new approaches, successful models and innovations advancing your professional skill set, helping strengthen your organization. Keynotes include, Award-Winning Medical Educator, Writer, Musician and Podcaster, Dr. Jillian Horton. Erin Davis, Author of the book Mourning Has Broken: Love, Loss and Reclaiming Joy. The Waiting Room Revolution Podcasters, Dr. Hsien Seow, and Dr. Samantha Winemaker. Canadian Virtual Hospice will host a multicultural panel sharing stories and wisdom about grief.

Balance Your Hormones Naturally

What does hormonal imbalance look like? Hot flashes, night sweats, bloating, irritability, brain fog, irregular cycle, and fatigue are just some of the symptoms. If you suffer from any of these symptoms and haven’t been able to find relief, why not try balancing your hormones naturally. Biofeedback testing and treatment help to detect imbalances and stimulate hormone-producing organs to balance the body. Another effective option is to get your body tested to see if it is lacking specific hormone-related nutrients. If you are, natural nutritional formulations can be taken to correct the hormonal imbalance and relieve your symptoms.

Dementia and Alzheimer Help

Living With Dementia
Learning new skills can help you face the daily realities of living with and caring for a person with Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia. The Alzheimer Society of Manitoba is offering free online family education to help empower and inform people with dementia, their families and friends. Join us for a wide range of topics, such as navigating the first steps after a diagnosis and end of life care, so you can feel more confident on your dementia journey. To learn more about our sessions and to register, please visit our website at

Old Time Country Dance

Friday, August 26 from 7-11pm, Join us for an evening of music and dancing featuring entertain by the Mosaics. Pre-registration required cost $12 for members, $15 for non-members

Pancake Breakfast

On Thursday, August 25, start your morning off with a stack of Pancakes and Sausage from our Meals on Wheels kitchen. Stop by at the Centre anytime between 9:30 am and 11 am for a delicious breakfast! $8 per person

Meals on Wheels

Check our website regularly to see special monthly meals. A healthy, warm and delicious meal cooked fresh daily and delivered to your door. Meals are cooked at the Centre, Monday to Friday. Purchase meals whenever you would like or sign up for weekly or monthly delivery. We have Meals on Wheels programs running out of Steinbach and Grunthal. Meals may be purchased for $8 for delivery (residents of Steinbach and Grunthal) or pick-up. A meal includes soup, a main dish, sides and dessert. Please call 204-320-4600 with any questions or to order a meal. To receive a same day meal you must call before 9 a.m.

Charity Golf Tournament

Accepting registration for our annual charity golf tournament at the Steinbach Fly-in Golf Course Tuesday, August 30. Shot Gun Start 9:00am. Cost per player $130. Contact Audrey Harder or come by the centre to register (204) 302-4600;

Taste of Summer

The Taste of Summer Charity BBQ is just around the corner and we are so excited to have been selected for August 17 as the local charity. You can join us at the corner of Main and Lumber in the front of Steinbach Credit Union for lunch between 11am – 1pm. It is a minimum donation of $2 for lunch BUT please bring more to support our local charities.

High Tea

We welcome you to join us Tuesday, August 16 at twelve o’clock to an afternoon of royal-“tea”. Our traditional high tea includes a selection of delicately filled sandwiches, dainty treats to please and a wide choice of specialist teas, Barista made coffee. Be entertained by classically trained violinist Trevor Kirczenow.

Current Programs

Coffee Corner: Monday-Friday from 10-12 p.m.
Pickleball: Monday to Friday 9-12 p.m. Registration required at
Beginner Pickleball: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 1-3:30 p.m. Registration required at
Cards: Card games are played Monday to Thursday from 1-3 p.m. and Friday 10-1 p.m.
Join a fun group playing a variety of card games every week:
Monday – Bridge
Tuesday – Canasta
Wednesday – Crib
Thursday – Canasta
Friday – Phase 10
Laughing Yoga: Monday 1-2 p.m.
Fitness Drumming: Tuesday 1-1:45 p.m.
PACE: Wednesday 1-1:45 p.m.
Old Time Country Jam: Wednesday 7-9 p.m.
Yoga with Carrie: Friday 9-10 a.m.
Craft Corner: Friday 1-3 p.m.
Steinbach Rockin’ Rollers: Sunday 5-7 p.m. All skill levels and ages are welcome, and no pre-registration required Cost is $2 for members and $5 for non-members. Please bring your own roller skates.