Glen Pine Pavilion is a vibrant, accessible community center for adults over 19, offering a warm and inviting space for socializing, and participating in leisure and fitness activities. The Pavilion is home to various activity groups, with support from the Glen Pine 50 Plus Society. This community board, staffed by volunteers, advises and assists the City of Coquitlam in providing exceptional senior adult programs, services, and activities.
Glen Pine member and visitors can access the following on-site amenities:
Please note, the reception closes 30 minutes prior to closing time.
Looking for programs, services, and activities specifically designed for those 50 plus? Check out the Senior's Guide, an excerpt of the full Program Guide, highlighting the City of Coquitlam’s many seniors programs, activities and events.
Activity Groups at the Pavilions are run in partnership with the Dogwood Pavilion Seniors Society or the Glen Pine 50+ Society. To view current offerings and register, go to coquitlam.ca/Registration. They are also listed in the Senior’s Guide (PDF).
Open to adults over 19, Glen Pine’s fully-equipped Alpine Fitness Centre offers a range of cardio and strength equipment (PDF), including a variety of adapted and accessible equipment options. See the Accessibility Support section on this page.
Most group fitness classes are offered as drop-ins on a first come, first served basis. Cycle classes require pre-registration.
To learn more about Coquitlam’s wide range of drop-in fitness options, see the full list of class descriptions (PDF). To view Group Fitness Schedules by individual facility, visit coquitlam.ca/dropin.
To view or register for upcoming group fitness classes, go to coquitlam.ca/SignMeUp and filter your search by location, keywords or type of services.
Located within Glen Pine Pavilion, the Lemon Tree Café offers a range of healthy and delicious meals, snacks and beverages, and is open to the public. Weekly Menu (PDF)
The City offers a wide variety of recreation programs, instructional classes and social activities at Glen Pine Pavilion. Look through our Senior's Guide (PDF) to learn more.
To discover and register for programs at Glen Pine Pavilion:
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Volunteering is a great way to make social connections while contributing to the well-being of your community. Our volunteers help keep Coquitlam safe and clean, protect our environment, and support our seniors and those in need. By giving your time, whether it's a little or a lot, you'll not only feel good about making a difference, but also gain immeasurable personal rewards. Learn more about which volunteer opportunity might be the right fit for your interests and skills at coquitlam.ca/volunteer.
Every visitor to this facility is expected to behave in a manner that respects the rights of others, so that everyone may safely use and enjoy the programs and services. Visit coquitlam.ca/CodeOfConduct to become familiar with Coquitlam’s Code of Conduct.
Coquitlam's Glen Pine Pavilion is a gold certified facility by the Rick Hansen Foundation, which recognizes excellence in accessibility and universal design. Glen Pine Pavilion has made several changes to reduce barriers and improve accessibility, such as creating accessible entrances and washrooms, installing hearing loops and other assistive devices, and providing adapted equipment. The facility is designed to provide an inclusive environment for everyone to enjoy, regardless of their abilities or means.
Meaningful Meals for Seniors identifies and connects socially isolated and vulnerable seniors to City of Coquitlam programs, services and leisure opportunities. Through the delivery of healthy balanced meals, our volunteers and staff will connect seniors in our community with opportunities for social interaction.
To learn more, visit the Meaningful Meals for Seniors page.
Do you know an adult over 50 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. All volunteers are screened and carefully matched by City staff. Brightening someone's day is just a phone call away! To learn more or to sign up for the Social Connections Program, call 604-927-6098.
If you're interested in volunteering for this program, Learn more and sign up for this opportunity.