Membership

 

New Member Registration Form

If you are new to CLSA and want to become a member, please fill out the information below to have an account created for you. After you submit your form, a member of our team will contact you for the next step in registration.

*NEW* Memberships are available in person or over the phone only at this time.

 

2022 Memberships are available for purchase at the front desk only.

2021 CLSA Memberships

55+ Membership
Purchase: In-person & over the phone
Eligibility: 55+ Years
Price: Pro-rated annual fee of $20. The fee will decrease by $5 each month until December 2021.
Available for Purchase Dates: August 16th
Valid Dates: January 1, 2021 – December 31, 2021
Description:
  • Full voting privileges at Annual General Meeting
  • Member rates on CLSA programs and activities
  • Reciprocal member rates at participating seniors centres
Under 55 Membership
Purchase: In-person & over the phone
Eligibility: 35 – 54 Years
Price: Pro-rated annual fee of $50
Available for Purchase Dates:  August 16th
Valid Dates: January 1, 2021 – December 31, 2021
Description:
  • No voting privileges at Annual General Meeting
  • Member rates on CLSA programs and activities
  • Restricted access to sports clubs
Community Membership
Purchase: In-person only
Eligibility: You must be 55+, have a valid membership at a Reciprocal Seniors Centres, Queen Anne & Prince Rupert Community League Partners, or be a Minds in Motion Care Partner.
Price: $5
Available for purchase: August 16th
Valid Dates: January 1, 2021– December 31, 2021
Description:
  • No voting privileges at Annual General Meeting
  • Member rates on CLSA programs and activities
  • Access to drop-in activities & circles 
Gold/Lifetime Membership
Purchase: In-person only
Eligibility: 85+ Years
Price: $0.00
Available for purchase: August 16th
Valid Dates: January 1, 2021– December 31, 2021
Description:
  • Full voting privileges at Annual General meeting
  • Member rates on CLSA programs and activities
  • Reciprocal member rates at participating seniors centres

Rollovers and Credits

All valid 2020 memberships purchased from January to March last year have been automatically be rolled over into 2021 memberships. Memberships and Reciprocal Memberships that were purchased from September to December will be credited to your account. Accepted rollovers will assume consent to the CLSA code of conduct and liability waiver.

Credits will be issued to your “Wallet,” which can be found in your account on our online registration system. These credits will remain on your account until you decide to use them.

 

Pro-rated Membership fees

New 2021 55+ memberships will be available for a pro-rated annual fee of $20. The fee will decrease by $5 each month until December 2021. Please remember to check your online registration account as you may have a rolled over membership from last year already in your “wallet”. 

 

Under 55 memberships will be available at a pro-rated fee $50, and Community Memberships (Reciprocal Memberships) will remain $5. Registration and Membership can be purchased online or in person starting on August 16th.

Membership Cancellation Policy

Membership fees are not refundable nor transferable. 

Membership fees are based on a January to December timeline. 55+ and Under 55 Memberships can be purchased online. Community and Gold Memberships must be purchased in person at the Central Lions Recreation Centre 

Reciprocal Centre Members

Our list of reciprocal senior centres is as follows:

Edmonton Indigenous Seniors Centre, Cottage E - 10107 134 Avenue, 587–525–8969, EISC Facebook Page

Edmonton Seniors Centre, 3Y- 11111 Jasper Avenue, 780–342–8625, www.edmontonseniorscentre.ca

 

Jewish Senior Citizens' Centre, 10052 117 Street, 780–488–4241, www.jdicseniors.ca

 

Mill Woods Seniors Association, 2610 Hewes Way, 2nd Floor, 780–496–2997, www.mwsac.ca 

 

North Edmonton Seniors Association, 7524 139 Avenue, 780–496–6969, www.nesa1.ca

 

North West Edmonton Seniors Society, 12963 120 Street, 780–451–1925, www.nwess.ca

 

SAGE Seniors Association, 15 Sir Winston Churchill Square, 780–423–5510, www.mysage.ca

 

South East Edmonton Seniors Association, 9350 82 Street, 780–468–1985, www.seesa.ca

 

SouthWest Edmonton Seniors Association, 10710 19 Avenue (Yellowbird East Community Centre),

587–987–3200, www.swedmontonseniors.ca

 

Strathcona Place 55+ Centre, 10831 University Avenue, 780–433–5807, www.strathconaplace.com

 

Westend Seniors Activity Centre, 9629 176 Street, 780–483–1209, www.weseniors.ca

Reciprocal Senior Centre members are welcome at Central Lions.

 

If you have a current, valid membership at any of the above centres, you CAN PURCHASE A RECIPROCAL CLAS MEMBERSHIP FOR ONLY $5. THIS MEMBERSHIP ENTITLES YOU TO MEMBER PRICING ON OUR PROGRAMS, CIRCLES AND ACTIVITIES.

 

RECIPROCAL MEMBERS MUST REGISTER IN PERSON AT CLSA, PROVIDING PROOF OF MEMBERSHIP FROM OTHER SENIORS CENTRE OR COMMUNITY LEAGUE PARTNER. 

Reciprocal memberships entitle you to all activities as a full CLSA 55+ Membership without voting privileges at the AGM.

 

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: 

Everyone will...

  • 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.

Liability Waiver

 

Click here to download the Liability Waiver.