Montreal West 50+ Club

The Montreal West 50+ Club is an organization providing people who are aged 50 and older with a variety of enjoyable activities and outings to choose from. Through speakers series, seasonal luncheons, day outings and overnight trips (just to name a few) the Montreal West 50+ Club promotes socialization, a higher quality of life and a sense of community.

Become a member

You will receive regular mailings to keep you up to date with all activities which will also entitle you to the members prices for trips. Fill out the membership form and drop it off at the Community Centre. Hard copies are available at the Community Centre.

Contact the Recreation department for more information and to RSVP to any  of the events. 

Upcoming 2024 events

  • What you need to know about your bone health
    Date: February 13, 2024
    Time: 12 pm – 1:30 pm
    Location: Online Webinar by Osteoporosis Canada
    Register here

  • Women’s Heart Health Education Day
    Date: February 13, 2024
    Time: 8:15 am – 3:30 pm
    Location: University of Ottawa Heart Institute
    40 Ruskin St., K1Y 4W7
    Online Webinar, register here

Thursday, January 19 : Soup’s On with speaker Bruno Stenson

Lecture and Lunch. The History of International Exhibitions.
Menu: Tourtière meal

Location: Montreal West Community Center
Time: 12 noon

Cost: $25 members, $35 non-members

RSVP by January 14

Monday, January 23: Chinese New Year Tea

Chinese New Year tea party, join friends for a lunch inspired by the New Year celebrations.

Location: MW Com. Center

Cost: $20 for members, $30 for non-members

Time: 12 noon
RSVP by January 16

Wednesday, February 8 : Planting an Apple Tree presented by the Centaur Theatre

As the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues, this short piece  narrates a woman’s fear, rage, love, and despair, the need for balance, and the question of survival. Part of Wildside showcasing bold, experimental theatre.

Cost: $20 for members
Meet at the Centaur Theatre at 7
Show at 7:30 pm
RSVP by January 20

Friday, February 10 : Brunch

Friday Brunch – join us for a delicious hot breakfast at the Community Center at 10 a.m.

Cost: $15 for members
$20 for non-members

RSVP by February 3

Lecture Series: Popular Music of the 1950’s with Craig Morrison

Music in the 1950s drew on earlier sounds and had a huge influence on later developments. You will hear pop, rock and roll, country, jazz, folk and rhythm and blues. Illustrated with slides, recordings, some live music and stories of the songs

Thursdays 1 to 3 pm
March 16, 23, 30
April 6, 13, 21

All 6 sessions: $90 for members, $120 for non-members
Per session: $20 for members, $30 for non-members

Spaces are limited please reserve one week prior to each show

Friday, March 17: St. Patrick’s day Lunch

Come celebrate with us! Classic Irish stew and music by the Swinddler Duo. 
BYOB (bring your own beer or wine)

Cost: $30 for members, $40 for non-members
Location: Montreal West Town Hall, Music Room (1st floor)
Time : Noon

RSVP by March 6

Friday, March 31: Vintage Wine Dance

Join us for a fun filled night of live music, dancing, drinks and more.

Doors open 7pm / Show starts @ 7:30pm
Location: Montreal West Town Hall, Assembly Hall, 2nd floor (no elevator)

Cost: $25 for members/ $35 for non-members


Tuesday, April 4 : Lasting impressions

Lasting Impressions is a breathtaking experience! Travel inside the painting by Renoir, Degas, Monet, Seurat, Van Gogh and many others, presented in 3D on a gigantic ultra-high definition screen. Live among the brushstrokes and be part of the painting, transported by a perfectly choreographed soundtrack.

Departure time: 1:15 pm / Show starts 2 pm (90min)
Location: St-Denis Theatre, transportation by school bus

Cost: $ 67 for members/ $ 77 for non-members

RSVP: ASAP (will be booked if there is enough interest / min 15 people )

Wednesday, April 12 : Constantin Sugar Shack (Sainte-Eustache)

Departure time: 10:30 am (transport by school bus)
Return Time: 15:30

Cost: $60/$70 (tip not included)

RSVP: by March 31

Friday, April 28: Brunch

Join us for a delicious hot breakfast at the Community Center, 8 Westminster south

TIME: 10 am

Cost: $15 for members / $25 for non-members

RSVP: by April 21st

Wednesday, May 3: Hudson Village Theatre trip

A Clean Brush by Norm Foster

Dick and Mello, have been hired to paint the basement of the recently-widowed Zoe Craig’s home. Her husband had died when he ‘accidentally’ fell in the very same basement. The painters get to work on what they believe is just another job until Zoe’s neighbor arrives and begins to paint a very different picture of what may have really happened to the late Mr. Craig. Was there foul play? Are Dick and Mello helping to cover up a heinous crime? There’s only one way to find out!

Funny with just the right amount of mystery.

Departure Time: 12:30 pm (play time : 2 pm) Return Time: approx: 5 pm
Location: Hudson Village Theatre (transportation by school bus )

Cost: $76 for members / $ 86 for non-members

RSVP: by March 31

Friday, May 5 : Tea Party on Cinco de Mayo

Join us for a tea party with friends. Homemade sandwiches, appetizers & desserts will be served.

Location: Community Center
Time: noon
Cost: $20 for members/ $30 for non-members

RSVP: by April 28

Wednesday, May 17: Soup’s on: Lecture and Lunch

Elvis Presley: The Road to the Kingdom
Speaker : Bruno Stenson

What road did the King of Rock and Roll take to get to his kingdom? In this lecture we look at Elvis before the fame.

Location: 8 Westminster south
Time: 12 noon

 Cost: $25 members / $35 non-members

RSVP: by May 7

Thursday, June 8 : Join us for a BBQ in the Park with friends

A buffet of delicious salads and BBQ foods.

Location: Davies Park or Community Center (in case of rain)

Cost: $25 / $35 Time: 12 noon

RSVP: by June 1 (let us know if you have any allergies)

Wednesday, June 14: Upper Canada Playhouse

Moving in by Norm Foster (World Premiere) 

Mark and Gretchen, two fifty-something’s, have decided to take the plunge and move in together. Mark’s thirty-something son Brett, a rock drummer, is going to pitch in and ‘help‘ with the move. Gretchen’s grown daughter Ingrid, a police officer, has flown a thousand miles to put a stop to her mother’s madness. What can go wrong? Well, just about everything in this brand-new laughter-filled show by Canada’s favorite playwright.

Departure Time: 9:45 am (performance time : 2 pm)
We will stop for lunch at Alibi (not included in price)
Return Time: 6 pm (approximately)
Location: Morrisburg, Ontario

Cost: $ 101 for members / $ 111 for non-members, transportation by small deluxe bus (bus tip included)

RSVP: by May 24which