Interest groups are listed below. To learn more about a group and to register, click on its title.
Member DROP-INS are welcome in some Groups – Please contact the facilitator.

Some venues are not wheel chair accessible, please contact your facilitator.

Sue Constable
Lawn Bowling at Stanley Park
Mah Jong ** Summer Break June 1 – September 8th **
Needlecraft Circle
Sunday Urban Walks

ARTS AND MEDIA,**FALL 2015 Schedule Posted
Robert Seiler
Roy Wilcox (
Art Gallery Tours **
Attending CPO Rehearsals **
CALL Cultural Flash Happenings
Getting to know Classical Music **NEW**
Digital Photography **NEW**
Great Directors: Ingmar Bergman Revisited**
Matinees, Theatre in the Afternoon **NEW**
The Music of Canada **
New Films: New Ideas **NEW**

CURRENT ISSUES,**FALL 2015 Schedule Posted 
Mary Lou Kerr and Pat Booker
Aboriginal Teachings**
Current Events Discussion Group**
Democracy in Canada – What works and what doesn’t**
The Walrus Magazine Discussion Group**
World Events Discussion Group**
Somar Speaker Series

Pat McCann

HEALTH AND WELLNESS,**FALL 2015 Schedule Posted
Pat Hogan and Diane Allan
Cooperation, Community, Conversation
The Final Chapters **
Health and Wellness Lecture Series **Returning FALL 2015**
Mindfulness Meditation **
Sageing Solo **NEW**

HUMANITIES,**FALL 2015 Schedule Posted
Janice Lowe
Colleen Tobman (

Tom Kerwin and Joe Boivin
Science and the Environment Lecture Series

Janet Samber
Treks and Travels ** DROP-INS Welcome ** $5 fee for nonmembers.

As new interest groups are added, they will be noted in the sidebar for two weeks.

If you have any questions about this process, please send an e-mail to

If you have questions about the programs, send an e-mail to

Registrations are limited and are accepted on a first-received, first-served basis.

If you would like to propose a topic for a new program or interest group or become a facilitator, please e-mail the Interest Area Coordinator (see below) or


It’s not difficult to facilitate an interest group. You don’t need to be an expert on the subject. You just need to have an interest. You may want to co-facilitate a group with a friend, a partner or a colleague. CALL helps by providing an Orientation Session and ongoing support for new facilitators. Facilitating is fun, satisfying, a learning experience, and an opportunity to meet people who share your interest or passion – exactly why you joined CALL.

Members are  encouraged to discuss their ideas for possible interest groups with one of the Interest Area Coordinators. If you would like to propose a topic for a new program or interest group or become a facilitator, please e-mail the Interest Area Coordinator (see above) or You can also propose a new interest group verbally at a monthly CALL Café.

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