Sunday Showcase Live on YouTube Sunday, Sept. 19 at 2pm
posted 2021-09-16 00:21 by Thomas Yee

It’s the moment you have been waiting for! Sunday Showcase will be Livestreaming on Sunday, September 19th @ 2 pm. Be sure to tune in and click on the bell to get a reminder when the show goes live!

Click Here to Watch Live Stream

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posted 2020-07-14 09:45 by John Chan


What is stress?
What might cause it and how it affects you?
How can we help ourselves to deal with the stress around us?
etc & etc...…

Amanda Lee, Social Worker – Carefirst Family Health Team

Virtual Workshop:
Join through Zoom or Dial-in
on Friday, July 31st 2020 at 11:15am - 12:30pm

Workshop will be held in English

There are three ways of joining the ZOOM workshop
1. By Cell phone – Refer to the below videos on how to install and use Zoom –
a. For Android phones (Cantonese) - ""
b. For iOS phones (Cantonese) - "

2. By Computer – Refer to the video ""

3. By Telephone
a. Step 1: Dial-in from 647-558-0588 or 647-374-4685
b. Step 2: Enter in the Meeting ID 869 8672 0028 and press “#”
c. Step 3: Press “#” once more
d. Step 4: Enter the Meeting password 451342 and press “#”

The following is the meeting invitation
Topic: AGOAC - Info Session
Time: Jul 31, 2020 11:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 869 8672 0028
Password: 451342

Dial by your location
+1 647 558 0588 Canada
+1 647 374 4685 Canada
Meeting ID: 869 8672 0028
Password: 451342

For any enquiries and pre-registration, feel free and welcome to contact
Carefirst Wellness Club Hotline: 416-847-8939 or
Email: or
"Click on here for other "Carefirst Wellness" related presentation topic for reference"
CareFirst & "Be Fit At Home"

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Bone & Joint Health
posted 2020-01-28 10:49 by John Chan

Osteoarthritis 骨關節炎 (OA) & Osteoporosis 骨質疏鬆 (OP)
are two major health burdens in our modern society. Both are complex musculoskeletal conditions that affect both women and men.
Dr. Christina Choi, DC, HBSc will give a talk on the similarities and differences between OA & OP and discuss treatment options for individuals with these conditions.

- Bone and Joint Anatomy – review of the structures of the body involving bone and joint
- Conditions: Osteoporosis vs Osteoarthritis (each condition discussed will include)
o Scientific information
o Signs and symptoms
o Examination and Diagnosis
o Treatment Options
- Nutrition
- Exercise Demonstration
- Q & A

This event is held:
Date: Tuesday, February 11, 2020
Time: 1:30pm – 3:00pm
Place: Youth Centre at 2/F of Angus Glen Community Centre, 3990 Major Mackenzie Dr. E.

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AGOAC 6th Annual Gala – February 8, 2020
posted 2019-12-16 11:14 by Anny Chow

Mark this date on your calendar! This happily coincides with the traditional celebration of the Chinese New Year Holiday known as Yuan Xiao (元宵節 — yuán xiāo jié), or Lantern Festival.

Come celebrate with us this festive event with dancing, singing, talent shows, games and much more.

Click here to see the Poster (with more details).

You are encouraged to attend our premier event.
Tickets are now available through your Program Coordinators.

Here are also details on ordering tickets.

Line Dance Christmas Party – donate socks, scarfs, gloves...
posted 2019-11-16 16:12 by Anny Chow

The Line Dance Committee will be hosting the annual Christmas Party on Friday, December 13, 2019 from 5:30 to 11:00 pm at AGCC in AR1. Once again the spirit of giving will be incorporated.

Unlike previous years’ food drive, the committee will collect socks, scarves, gloves, or toques etc. for the homeless. Homelessness is no longer a problem mythical for Toronto only, but also a problem coming out of hiding in York region. We will donate items and funds collected to the Mosaic Interfaith Out of the Cold program (OOTC) ( Such program is a coalition of over 50 interfaith communities in York Region. Shelters are operated by 12 host communities, one of which is at the Toronto Christian Community Church in south Markham (100 Acadia Avenue).

Party tickets are on sale starting October 21 for 3 weeks. Price for members is $10 (includes pizza & refreshments). Members may sign up to purchase tickets with the monitors at the respective classes. Ticket price for non-members is $15, on sale on November 11, if available.
Part of the proceeds will be donated to OOTC.

*** Tickets are all sold out to our members! ***
We are no longer able to accommodate non-members.
Please bring your membership card and the ticket to gain entry to the party.

Click here to preview the Party Dance List (with links to step sheets).
If you cannot join the party but still wish to donate the items, please speak with your class monitors.
The Line Dance Committee sincerely thank you for your support and wish you a Merry Christmas.

Reel Asian Film Festival Special Screenings Nov. 8 & 9, 2019
posted 2019-11-02 00:08 by Thomas Yee

AGOAC’s Filmmaking Course, with the support of the Ontario Seniors Community Grant, is preparing for the launch of the Seniors Entertainment Network (senTV). The senTV network will produce webcasting programs to promote healthy and active lifestyles for seniors by seniors.

We are excited to announce that senTV has arranged for 100 AGOAC members to attend this year’s Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival. This is Canada’s largest pan-Asian film festival showcasing films and videos by South, East, and Southeast Asian artists from Canada, the US and around the world.

There are 2 Special Screenings scheduled for senTV with 50 block-booked seatings for each screening. And senTV is offering these screenings FREE to AGOAC members.

Please CLICK HERE for full details and RSVP instructions.

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Cantonese Opera
posted 2019-10-28 23:15 by John Chan

Cantonese Opera accompanying with Chinese musical instruments

Songs to demonstrate with Chinese instruments are:
雙星恨 . 昭君出塞 . 紅樓夢断

This free presentation is arranged by:
Helena Ng, Rawdon Chan, Betsy Mak & Linda Ho

All are welcome to attend
Date: Tuesday, November 5, 2019
Time: 8:30pm – 10:30pm
Place: Room AR1, 2/F at Angus Glen Community Centre

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Charity Craft Sale on Nov 29 - Dec 2, 2019
posted 2019-10-26 00:20 by Angela Wong

The Craft Group will be hosting a Charity Craft Sale on Nov 29 to Dec 2, 2019,

All proceeds will go to the Bereaved Families of Ontario - York Region.

Come and support this meaningful event. There are lots of items for adults and kids, just in time for the holiday season. All items were made by volunteers. For more information, please see Posters.

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Health Fair
posted 2019-10-17 12:54 by John Chan


AGOAC members, family members and friends are all welcome.

This will include
• Measuring Blood Pressure
• Exercises and Stretching to prevent pain
• Assess your posture to see where the pain comes from
• Education on nutrition and food
• What happen if you get into a car accident? What are some things you need to be aware of etc…..

This health fair is held
on Saturday, October 19, 2019 from 3pm to 6pm
at Activity Room 1 of Angus Glen Community Centre.

Dr. Fiona Chan, is AGOAC HEE7 Health Exercise Instructor.
The Other Special Speakers:
Dr. Gordon Ko
Dr. Gordon Lawson
Dr. Susan Gillis

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Planning Ahead Made Simple
posted 2019-09-27 11:47 by John Chan

What is the reason that you should be planning ahead?
The distribution of the estate as you wish.
To give your loved one peace of mind.
Not to leave your ultimate celebration of life to the last minute……..

All you can learn from this free seminar which will hold on
Date: Sunday October 27, 2019
Time: 3:30pm to 5:00pm
Place: Room AR1 of Angus Glen Community Centre

Eric Tappenden

FREE DINNER Served at 5:00pm

AGOAC members, family members and friends are all welcome
You can group members of 10 for a table
Seat are limited. First RSVP first confirm
Please RSVP by Sunday, October 20, 2019 to

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Falls Prevention & Strategies
posted 2019-09-20 16:17 by John Chan

Helps to maintenance our wellbeing

This is an interactive information session that presented by a healthcare professionals team from Markham Stouffville Hospital.
This includes:
Quality Improvement Facilitator
Registered Nurse
Occupational Therapist
Representative from Lifeline

All are welcome to attend this Free Workshop.

Presentation in English is held at:
Date: October 8, 2019 Tuesday
Time: 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
Place: Angus Glen Community Centre, Youth Centre

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How To Improve Your Mood
posted 2019-09-01 14:31 by John Chan

Understanding how physical exercise could “improve our mood”
“自得耆樂”: 養生健康“運動如何紓解情緒”

Understand the relationship between our mood and our brain.
What is the difference between clinical depression and sadness?
Why is it important to care for seniors who have mood problems?
How to help seniors to improve their mood?
How does exercise boost your mood?
Exercise Demo

“Maria Choi,” BSW(Hons.), MHSc., Program Manager & Registered Social Worker
Sinai Health System of Mount Sinai Hospital Wellness Centre
蔡雅宜姑娘 西乃健康體系 - 西乃山醫院恆康中心, 中心經理及安省註冊社工

Exercise Demo & Instructor:
“Annie Huang,” Wellness Yoga Instructor
黃麗平女士 資深瑜珈導師

Presentation held in Cantonese
Date: Wednesday, October 16, 2019 ( 10:00am to 11:30am )
Venue: Old Unionville Library Community Centre, 15 Library Lane, Unionville, ON L3R 5T7

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