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Local Aging Plan

The Township of Tiny is committed to exploring opportunities to enhance senior services.  Creating a community where older people are valued and can enjoy good health, happiness, and fulfillment is our priority.  As a result, the Township has undertaken a local aging study.  The goal of the strategy is to improve the overall health, well-being and quality of life for older adults and seniors across the Township. The Local Aging Plan outlines Tiny's opportunities to enhance senior services and strategies to develop an Age-Friendly Community.  

We have collected views on:
  • Barriers to accessing services
  • Suggestions for future service and delivery
  • Recreation, social & health service delivery

Click the link below to view Tiny's Local Aging Plan.

Local Aging Plan.pdf

The Local Aging Plan was officially launched during the Senior Symposium on Friday, March 24th, 2017 from 11am-2pm.

Senior Speaker Series

Introducing Tiny's New 2017-2018 Senior Speaker Series!

Senior Speaker Series.pdf (Poster)

Tiny will be hosting 7 FREE workshops geared towards addressing issues related to seniors. A full description of each session with location, date and time will be made available as soon as possible.

Registration is required to attend each workshop. For more information, to volunteer, or to register, please contact Laura at 705-529-5909 or at

Topics to be explored: 

  • Senior Safety & Self-Defense (October)           
  • Safe Driving & Transportation (October)              
  • Healthy Lifestyles (Part 1): Wholesome Eating & Active Living (November)                                
  • Healthy Lifestyles (Part 2): Self-Care & Healthy Minds (November)                                        
  • Budgeting, Banks, & Estate Planning (Janurary)     
  • In-Home Services; Opening Doors & Minds (February)                                                  
  • Seniors Living in Tiny; Launch of the Seniors Directory (March)

We are currently working towards confirming speakers and coordinating with their availability, and hope to post information about the October workshops as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Age-Friendly Community

Tiny is committed to becoming an age-friendly community.  A community that is accessible, inclusive and provides age-friendly social and physical environments.

Learn more about age-friendly communities by clicking on the link below.

Towsnhip of Tiny Local Aging Plan Project.pdf

Seniors' Connection

"The Place" Seniors Centre, Balm Beach

300 Balm Beach Rd. West, Perkinsfield, ON.
Building a healthy community with programs and activities that address the diverse needs of seniors and social interests of the Township of Tiny 50+ adults since 1974.

Weekly programs include: line dancing, water colour painting, bridge, bid euchre, Wii Sports and exercise, quilting, knitting, sewing craft groups, pool, table tennis, coffee club, photography, men's breakfast club, monthly dances, socials, special seminars and seasonal parties.

For more information on the Georgian Shores Swinging Seniors and for their calendar of events please see the PDF document below.

Scuttlebutt Newsletter.pdf

Please also fill out the Scuttlebutt Survey below:

Scuttlebutt Scuttlebutt Survey

Please contact: Georgian Shores Swinging Seniors at 705-526-5074

Bayshore Seniors Citizens Club, Woodland Beach
2000 Tiny Beaches Rd S, Elmvale, ON

…A seniors’ recreation club offering various activities:  cards, bingo, shuffleboard, bowling, darts, golf, dances, crafts.  The Club has over 600 members. 
For more information, please contact the Centre at 705 361-1331.

Let Club De l'Age D'or, Lafontaine
333 rue Lafontaine Rd W, Lafontaine
…A francophone seniors’ club offering recreational opportunities, cards (58 and euchre), singing, and much more.
For more information, please contact Rosita at 705 533-0998.

Ontario Seniors Games

The Ontario Senior Games Association (OSGA) and Member Districts welcome ALL adults over the age of 55+ throughout Ontario to the Summer Games.  These games are open to residents of all levels of experience.