Creative Retirement Philosophy
- People in all of their diversity have the right of access to education across their life-span.
- Lifelong learning promotes well-being intellectually, emotionally, physically, socially and spiritually.
- The well-being of individuals and the health of communities are interconnected.
- Retirement presents a creative opportunity for individuals to enrich their lives and that of their communities.
- People involved in Creative Retirement are active in governing, shaping and delivering programs.
- Seniors have a very valuable role to play in their communities by sharing their knowledge and life experience.
Mission: Creative Retirement Manitoba contributes to the well being of older persons and their communities by developing and offering innovative and interactive learning opportunities.
Who are we?
- Creative Retirement is a not-for-profit organization devoted to life-long learning.
- We are firm believers in mental stimulation as a major factor in good health and longevity.
- We provide interesting and informative programs for people of varied interests.
- We offer programs at affordable prices.
- To enrich retirement years with educational programs.
- To make it possible for retired individuals to continue to be productive members of society by sharing their talents and skills, by facilitating courses or by taking part in our Seniors and Students Together program.
Creative Retirement Manitoba Board of Directors
Read their biographies
(l-r) Carole Bhakar, Winnifred Warkentin, Peggy Prendergast, Sophie Kolt, Norm Grywinski, Lynne Axworthy, Darlene Golinski, Pat Gray, Don Bailey, Isabella Dryden, Marjorie Hutlet, Keith Bradley, Kenn Greene & Barry Cranston. Missing Jean Johnson.
Creative Retirement Manitoba's Staff
Information Systems Manager