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About Adapted Programs
With emphasis on creativity, self-expression and learning, the School of the Arts provides dozens of opportunities for adults 50 years of age and older to discover hidden talents, hone an existing skill, learn something new or step out of their comfort zone. Small class size, a relaxed atmosphere and a focus on peer discussion is what makes the Cummings Centre an encouraging place to learn.
Winter Programs: Registration is now on
Beading & Jewellery
Woodworking and Workshops
Stitch ‘n Bitch
FAQ & Policies
Fees & Special Offers
The Wellness Centre is uniquely designed for older adults 50 years and older, keeping in mind that overall health and well-being is physical just as much as mental. Small classes, personal attention and monitoring set us apart from standard gyms. Individual programs developed by the Centre’s professionals emphasize brain health, physical movement, strength, balance, posture and flexibility.
The focus is on empowering and maintaining general health and enhanced quality of life as well as prevention and rehabilitation of injuries, back and joint problems and fall prevention.
Mar. 8: Wellness Series: Sleep Better, Feel Better
Ongoing: Workout Studio
Stability & Mobility
Yoga & Pilates
Adapted Exercise Clinic
Hours of Operation
Resources for Multiple Sclerosis
Resources for Mental Health
Resources for Stroke
Blood Pressure Clinic
Wellness FAQ & Policies
Volunteer with us! Come share your time and energy while gaining new skills, making new friends and experiencing the joy of making a difference. Here at the Cummings Centre, we offer interesting volunteer opportunities with flexible schedules. You can tailor your experience to meet your needs.
Give back to your community and contribute in a meaningful way. There’s no limit to what you can do!
There are new and exciting volunteer opportunities awaiting you.
New and Current Opportunities
Cegep / University
Leadership Development Program
National Volunteer Week
A La Table
Cummings Garden Club
Ask the Expert Tips
The Social Services Department is committed to enhancing the quality of life of older adults. We all struggle with the reality of aging, be it ourselves or our loved ones. Whether we’re worried about the challenges we will face in the future or those we are already facing today.
The Cummings Centre professional Social Services team is trained to provide you with the support you and your family need. We listen to what is going on in your life, either as a senior or, someone caring for a loved one. We see the bigger picture so we can help you make the best short and long-term choices.
Helpline and assistance (Covid-19)
Community Assistance Program
Community Mental Health
Kosher Meals on Wheels
Services for Holocaust Survivors
The Cummings Centre is back for another season of innovative entertainment, lectures and Speaker Series featuring the brightest and most engaging Speakers and Entertainers both locally and abroad.
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Friday Speaker Series
Men’s Breakfast West Island
Virtual Learning Program
While there are currently no in-person classes at the Westmount, we offer online programs as well as in-person programs at the Cummings Centre Main campus Westbury location.
We offer a wonderful Video Library with 330+ programs, free with an updated Cummings Centre membership. To learn more.
CUMMINGS WESTMOUNT: c/o Temple Emanu-El-Beth Sholom, 395 Elm Ave., Westmount, Quebec, H3Z 1A5, Tel: 514.734.1748, [email protected]