Membership

Updated Tuesday, February 2, 2021:

The following adjustments have been made for 2021 Memberships:

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.

 

New 2021 55+ memberships will be available for purchase in March for a pro-rated annual fee of $25, Under 55 memberships will be available at a pro-rated fee $50, and Community Memberships (Reciprocal Memberships) will remain $5. 

 

Please check our website, watch your email and call us 780–496–7369 to learn of any updates as we try to remain flexible and responsive to the measures required to keep us safe and healthy during this pandemic.

2021 CLSA Memberships

55+ Membership
Purchase: Online, In-person
Eligibility: 55+ Years
Price: Pro-rated annual fee of $25
Available for Purchase Dates:  (Updated Feb 17th) Available March 29, 2021
Valid Dates: January 1, 2021 – December 31, 2021
Description:
  • Full voting privileges at Annual General Meeting
  • Member rates on CLSA programs and activties
  • Reciprocal member rates at participating seniors centres
Under 55 Membership
Purchase: Online, In-person
Eligibility: 35 – 54 Years
Price: Pro-rated annual fee of $50
Available for Purchase Dates: (Updated Feb 17th) Available March 29, 2021
Valid Dates: January 1, 2021 – December 31, 2021
Description:
  • No voting privileges at Annual General Meeting
  • Member rates on CLSA programs and activties
  • Restricted access to sports clubs
Community Membership
Purchase: In-person only
Eligibility: Reciprocal Seniors Centres, Queen Anne & Rupert Community League Partners, Minds in Motion Care Partners
Price: $5
Available for purchase: (Updated Feb 17th) Available March 29, 2021
Valid Dates: January 1, 2021 – December 31, 2021
Description:
  • No voting privileges at Annual General Meeting
  • Member rates on CLSA programs and activties
  • Access to drop-in activities & non-sports clubs
  • Restricted access to sports clubs
Gold/Lifetime Membership
Purchase: In-person only
Eligibility: 85+ Years
Price: $0.00
Available for purchase: (Updated Feb 17th) Available March 29, 2021
Valid Dates: January 1, 2021– December 31, 2021
Description:
  • Full voting privileges at Annual General meeting
  • Member rates on CLSA programs and activties
  • Reciprocal member rates at participating seniors centres

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 

Registration desk hours starting March 29, 2021:

Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

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 are entitled to registrations for our programs or participation in drop-in activities only. If you are wanting to register for a CLSA club or some special events, you are required to purchase a CLSA membership.

 

The process is the same for CLSA members visiting any of the above centres; you can take their programs at a member price but not take part in clubs or other member-exclusive events.   ​

Reciprocal members must register in person at Central Lions Seniors Centre to qualify for the members' rates on our programs. Unfortunately, the online, telephone, and Recreation Centre registration options are not available to reciprocal members due to the nature of our registration system. 

​Registrations for reciprocal members open 
two weeks after the CLSA members' registration start date (Registration start date is March 29, 2021). Check out our Spring 2021 Catalogue (available March 1) for more details. 

 

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.

Hours of Operation

CLSA is Temporarily CLOSED until further notice due to COVID-19

 

Office

Mon – Fri

9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.

Registration Desk

Starting March 29

Mon–Wed
​10 a.m.–2 p.m.

Fitness Centre

Temporarily Closed

CLOSED

Stat. Holidays

Central Lions Seniors Association

Located at the Central Lions Recreation Centre

11113 113 Street

Edmonton, Alberta

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