5 Ways Toronto Seniors Can Spend Valentine’s Day

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Seniors Celebrate Valentine's Day in Toronto, ON

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. For Toronto seniors looking for unique ways to celebrate this season of love, here are a few suggestions to consider, brought to you by a reputed Toronto home care agency.

1. Senior Craft Circle

The Bayview Branch of the Toronto Library at 123A-2901 Bayview Avenue is hosting a holiday crafting class on February 10th from 2pm to 3pm. In this class, seniors can socialize while utilizing their creativity to make a heartfelt Valentine’s Day card for someone special in their lives. Registration is required.

2. TLC Valentine’s Day Love Celebration

This workshop will be held at 1 Scott Street on February 13th from 7pm to 10pm. It’s a class designed to help lift spirits on February 14th and all year round. This event may be helpful for seniors who are feeling lonely and isolated, as it will focus on building self-worth and self-love. 

3. Art and Wine with Your Valentine

The Paintlounge at 784 College Street is offering Valentine’s Day painting packages for two from February 10th through the 14th. These parties may provide senior couples the perfect opportunity to bond and enjoy a wonderful artistic adventure together. The package includes two solo freestyle painting sessions and two drinks.

4. Valentine’s Day Food Nook Tour 

This two-hour guided walking tour through Roncesvalles will start in front of the Starbucks at 2201 Dundas Street West on February 12th at 2:30pm. During this love-themed tour, seniors and their guests can celebrate their relationship by getting fit while walking and learning about the culinary history of the neighborhood. They may also get the opportunity to tour Toronto’s popular chocolate shops and sample the decadent candies.

5. Valentine’s Day Beer and Food 

The St. Lawrence Market in Toronto will be hosting a cooking event on February 14th from 6:30pm to 9:30pm. Senior couples can celebrate the love holiday by creating gourmet food together in the kitchen. It’s similar to dining out, except seniors prepare their own meal in an entertaining, low-stress atmosphere with the help of a professional chef. At the end of class, seniors can sit and enjoy their food and drinks with other participants.

If your loved one is planning a day out this Valentine’s Day, professional Toronto hourly caregivers at Home Care Assistance can offer personal assistance such as bathing, grooming, and dressing and run errands for seniors to help them dress up and enjoy their outings. Contact one of our friendly Care Managers today at (416) 488-8777 to create a customized care plan for your loved one.

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