Parkinson Activity Centre
Construction is currently in its last phase at the Parkinson Activity Centre.
The facility features:
The two-storey 13,000 square-foot building owned by the City of Kelowna will provide the community with additional recreation opportunities and serve as the new home to the Parkinson Senior Society (formerly Water Street Senior Centre Society).
- Reception & office area
- Main hall
- Kitchen & lounge area
- Activity room
- Meeting room
- Computer room and (exclusive to the Parkinson Senior Society)
- Billard & Cribbage room (exclusive to the Parkinson Senior Society)
Activities and programs previous offered at the Water Street Senior Centre have been re-located to the Parkinson Activity Centre. Starting in January 2013, the City's Recreation and Cultural Services department will also offer new programs out of the facility.
View the design plans.
For more information, visit parkinsonseniors.com.
Relocation of Water Street Senior Centre
The Parkinson Senior Society previously operated out of the Water Street Building downtown. With the future re-development of the waterfront and expansion of Stuart Park, the centre has been relocated to the Parkinson Activity Centre. The new location, in close proximity to the Recreation Centre and Park, offers a number of advantages to seniors, including ample parking, convenient transit service and improved security.
For background information, please see the Senior's Centre page.
October 2011 - Written submissions were accepted on naming ideas for the new building.
June 2011 - Updated plans for the new Multi-Age Activity Centre were presented at an Open House June 23.
View the updated design drawings.
May 2011 - Council approved an additional $600,000 to increase the size of the Parkinson Recreation Centre Multi-Age Activity Centre. An updated design of the centre will allow more space for general programming.
March 2011 - the City of Kelowna held an open house for the public to display the relocation plans
for the Water Street Senior Centre Society to the Parkinson Recreation Centre. Concept drawings of the
building addition were on display and city staff were available to answer questions.
View the open house panels that were presented at this open house.