Social and Crafts

Adult living at its best!

Explore the social side of our community with a variety of engaging activities and hobbies.

Singles Social Club

The Singles Social Club facilitates WOTL singles to meet other singles.  The club offers members the opportunity to make new friends while participating in a wide variety of activities with other like-minded singles. This is not a dating club, and you must be single to join. Our members meet in the Main Hall from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on the third Monday of each month. New members are always welcome

Travel Club

The Travel Club has organized many trips, from one-day visits to the theatre to overnight and multi-day trips. All our trips are based on shared cost, taking advantage of group discounts, and using comfortable coaches with bathrooms onboard. Members each pay a one-time deposit of $20, which is refundable when the member leaves the club.

Woodcrafters

A very relaxed wood hobby shop, equipped with high quality tools, accessible to its members 24 hours a day. Bring your own wood for individual projects or contribute to shop-wide projects as discussed at monthly meetings. Membership dues are $50 per year. New members are welcome.

Quilters

Members of the group get together to work on projects, both individually and/or as a group.

Red Hats

Members of the group, known as the Crimson Cuties, organize an outing once a month which includes a lunch and often some kind of learning experience. The group has a waiting list as venues for events usually have limited capacity, but a second group could be formed.

ROMEO Club

“Retired Old Men Eating Out” The members organize an outing once a month which includes a lunch and a learning experience. This group has a long history of raising funds for local charities.

Meditation Circle

Meeting in Card Room third Tuesday of each month, 5-6pm.

Caregiver Support Group

This support group focuses primarily on the care of stroke, dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s patients. We meet once a month.

The Wellington on the Lake Residents Association (WOLRA), our website, bi-weekly e-blasts and our monthly ‘Neighbourly News’ work together to ensure all Wellington on the Lake residents feel connected, included and engaged in our community.

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