Welcome to the Central Lions Seniors Association (CLSA). Our aim is to provide a welcoming environment for persons 55 years of age and older by presenting exercise, art, music, and educational classes that enrich mind, body, and spirit to enhance longevity and quality of life.
CLSA is an independent, non-profit society formed in 1979. Our programs are made available through registration, club fees, donations, and general fundraising. We rely on our generous and dedicated volunteers who support our efforts every step of the way.
Seniors of every age, interest, and fitness level will ﬁnd something to enjoy at CLSA. We invite you to come to CLSA for the programs, and stay for the people!
Have you noticed our NEW Logo?
Our new logo was created by talented graphic artist Andrée-Ann Thivierge of Jellyfish Design. The graphic features a prominent lion’s head within a letter C, a reference to the (Central) Lions Club International, our founder. The classic lion profile symbolizes the pride and strength of our community. A new, easy-to-read font was also chosen to ensure the CLSA identity remains strong and consistent across different mediums.
Our members contribute and participate
in community life through activity and social engagement and live active lives.
Engaging mind, body, and spirit to enhance quality of life.
We invite you to join us at CLSA
Come for the programs. Stay for the people!
This beautiful facility, owned by the City of Edmonton (Citizen Services), features a fitness and wellness centre that includes a weight room, fitness studio, change rooms, showers, a sports gym, multiple general and specialized classrooms, two auditoria, a large atrium, a cafeteria, and meeting areas.
Our centre is fully accessible, near LRT (Kingsway/Royal Alex), bus routes, and has ample and free parking.
The AGM is held to review the Society’s previous year’s finances and activities and to elect new board members who will plan the future direction of the association. The next CLSA AGM is scheduled to take place on the third Thursday of March 2023.
Annual General Meeting and Town Hall
Code of Conduct
CLSA believes in creating a positive community and strives to maintain a respectful, friendly, and supportive environment for members, staff, instructors, volunteers, and guests. To that end, CLSA applies the following Code of Conduct:
Be protective of the safety, security, well-being, and goodwill of others and the Centre as a whole.
Refrain from participating in any action that seriously disrupts or disturbs the morale, efficiency, safety, or normal operations and activities of CLSA.
Conduct themselves in a respectful and responsible manner in all interactions with others. CLSA does not tolerate inappropriate, abusive, or undesirable language or behaviour.
Violations of this Code of Conduct will be dealt with in accordance with established CLSA procedures.
Contraventions of this Code of Conduct shall result in sanctions ranging from a verbal warning through to a revocation of membership or privileges, or expulsion from the Centre. It can also include criminal charges for those items covered by the law.