As of Sept. 13, proof of vaccination will be required for entry to certain places and programs, as outlined by the provincial government.
Visitors 12 years and older will be required to show their BC Vaccine Card prior to entry at a City facility include:
Proof of vaccination, must show name and vaccination status. Adults 19 years and older will also be required to show a piece of government ID.
Proof of vaccine will not be required at the following:
For the most up-to-date covid-19 updates go to www.coquitlam.ca/covid19.
Masks will be mandatory for all people 12 years and older regardless of vaccination status. Specific to the community recreation setting, masks must be worn in common areas but may be removed during physical activity (sport and exercise). The following individuals are exempt from mask wearing:
Glen Pine Pavilion is a vibrant community centre for adults 19 years and over. It provides a welcoming venue to meet friends and participate in leisure activities.
Please note, the reception closes 30 minutes prior to closing time.
The following programs are offered at Glen Pine Pavilion: Acrylic Painting, Belly Dancing, Drawing, Fitness Classes, Line Dancing, Qigong, Watercolour Painting and more.
To discover and register for programs at Glen Pine Pavilion:
Starting the week of Sept. 20 the Lemon Tree café will be open for a limited meal service on Monday - Friday with hours still to be determined.
When using this facility, please first become familiar with our Code of Conduct page.
Discover what’s happening at Dogwood and Glen Pine Pavilions and sign-up to receive our newsletter and email updates:
Activity Groups at the Pavilions are run in partnership with the Dogwood Pavilion Seniors Society or the Glen Pine 50+ Society.
Visit the Registration web page to see Activity Groups offered at this time.
Glen Pine Pavilion is an active adult, accessible recreation centre with
Glen Pine and Dogwood Pavilions offer a frozen meal delivery and pick-up program, intended to support isolated Coquitlam residents 50+ yrs during the pandemic. The program is subsidized through the Community Support and Recovery Plan, Coquitlam’s dedicated pandemic-relief fund.
The meals are $7.50 each and payment by credit card is taken over the phone by calling at 604-927-4386, visiting one of our registration desks in-person or through online ordering (see below).
Please note the following program modifications for fall 2021.
Frozen meal orders will be delivered for free in Coquitlam by 2 p.m. on Tuesdays only (schedule may change with civic holidays).
Pick-up orders are available between 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. on Tuesdays at Glen Pine or Dogwood Pavilions. (Please note that due to statutory holidays, there will be no service the weeks of Sept. 7 and Oct. 12.)
This week's menu items. Note that substitutions for sides may be necessary if an ingredient is unavailable.
Registration for Tuesday Meals
Phone Registration | 604-927-4386
See below for online registration information and link.
How to Order Online
Note: Orders are limited to four meals per eligible person, per order day. For example, if you and your partner are both eligible, and living in the same home, you may purchase a total of eight meals once per week.
Questions? Email Pavilions.
Do you know a senior 55+ in Coquitlam who is living on their own and could benefit from more social connection?
Coquitlam's Social Connections Program is a great way for seniors to connect with others, spark new friendships and learn about what's happening in the community - all through a weekly phone call.
To learn more or to sign up, call 604-927-6098.
Interested in volunteering? Brightening someone’s day is just a phone call away! All volunteers are screened and carefully matched by City staff. Click here to learn more about this volunteer opportunity and sign up.