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Senior Social Cafe held weekly at Matsqui Park in Abbotsford

Purpose of get-togethers is to socialize in a safe environment

Abbotsford Association for Healthy Aging is holding a weekly Senior Social Cafe at Matsqui Village Park, 6074 Riverside St.

The get-togethers take place every Wednesday from 10 a.m. to noon, rain or shine, until Aug. 26. They include refreshments and games.

All the necessary precautions are in place – including sanitizer and masks – for participants to physically distance.

The purpose is to give seniors an opportunity to visit, meet new people, and get outside in a safe environment.

The group will also try to provide transportation for individuals if needed. For more information, call 604-854-1733.

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