As of March 21, 2022, Ontario has continued the gradual ease of public health measures and the Meridian Community Centre, as a recreation facility, will no longer require proof of vaccination or masks for entry. Masks are strongly encouraged to be worn, and visitors are reminded to stay home if feeling unwell.

The Meridian Community Centre is a designated Active Living Centre, with many programs for residents 55+. Some programs have begun to start up in person, following Government and Public Health Guidelines. For those who are not quite ready to return to in person programs, the Town of Pelham has a variety of virtual programs to stay active and social.

Would you like to receive the most up to date information on upcoming programs, events and opportunities for 55+ in Pelham? Click here to add your name and email address to Pelham's Senior Database

Empowering Older Adults in Niagara Survey

The Age-Friendly Niagara Council (AFNC) is conducting a survey, ‘Empowering Older Adults in Niagara’, to learn more about issues of interest and concern to adults 50+ living in the Niagara region. The results of the survey will help to inform both the Age-Friendly Niagara Council (AFNC) and the Niagara Older Adult Alliance (NOAA) in establishing priorities as they work together to promote an age-friendly, inclusive and diverse Niagara. Click here to complete the survey.


Age Friendly Niagara – A Community for All Ages

Art Your Service- Virtual Programs

We can make it easy to stay active and social from the comfort of your own home!

The Town of Pelham is helping to keep you active and social with daily virtual programs through Art Your Service! Virtual Programs include Pilates, painting, dance, yoga, Zumba, lectures, book talks, sewing projects, cooking, music lessons and more!

This programs is free to Pelham Residents! Register today to receive weekly program calendars and program recordings by email, which allow you to participate when best fits your schedule! To register, please contact Brittany MacLean at 905-892-2607 ext. 372 or, or register online here.

Fitness Classes

 Find a class that suits you...
Please use the legend and images below to select which fitness class would best fit your needs! These images can then be found in each fitness program description to help you decide which class is best for you! 


Choose which element you want most in your workout at a low, mid, or high level:
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Overall range of motion Overall increase in heart rate Amount of power needed to lift Amount of shock your body will absorb Overall energy level needed before tiring
 Drop- In Programs
55+ Aerobics with Conditioning with Anne Cooke

Monday or Thursday from 11:00am-12:00pm

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If you are looking to improve your health, fitness and energy through a fun, upbeat and motivating class, this is the one for you! 55+ Aerobics with Conditioning with instructor Anne Cooke focuses on cardiovascular health, resistance and balance, stretching and relaxation for participants 55+  

Drop in fee $6.00 or Activity Punch Pass $80 for 20 drop in classes

Spring Schedule
(starting April 1st, 2022)

Times remain the same as above.

Registered Programs
FIT with Brock (Functional Independent Training Class- 55+)

Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8:00-9:00am OR 9:00-10:00am


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This supervised class focuses on cardiovascular, strength and balance, designed to help with everyday living, all in a one hour circuit class. Exercises will benefit & resemble everyday activities to maintain independence. Equipment such as rowers, steppers, kettle bells, dumbbells & slam balls are just some of the equipment in the circuit.


This session will run from January 31-April 22, 2022 (Excluding February 21)

$135 including tax.

Additional Programs

 Please view additional programs on the Adult Programs webpage

 Other Service and Program Providers

Looking for something outside of the offerings above? No problem, there are many opportunities to get active and involved throughout Pelham and the Niagara Region’


Pelham Seniors Advisory Committee
Fonthill Seniors Citizens Social Club 

Royal Canadian Legion Branch #613,Box 42, Fonthill L0S 1E0

Contact: Toni McKelvie 905-414-6131

About: This Club meets on the first and third Tuesday of each month at the Legion from 1:30 to 4 p.m. A light lunch is served after playing cards and games. All seniors welcome.


Pelham Seniors Citizens Association

Address: Old Pelham Town Hall, 491 Canboro Road, Ridgeville 

Contact: Toni McKelvie 905-414-6131

About: The Pelham Senior Citizens' Association meets at the Old Pelham Town Hall, 491 Canboro Road, Ridgeville, the second Wednesday of each month at 12 p.m. for a pot luck lunch followed by a business meeting. Card parties are held every Monday at 1 p.m. Various bus trips and special events are offered throughout the year. There are no meetings or cards during July and August.

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