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Kanata Seniors Centre

With the announcement of new provincial restrictions to slow the spread of COVID-19, the City has announced the closure of fitness centres and the suspension of fitness classes and aquafitness. In addition, skating, kindergym, squash, racquetball and volleyball programs have been suspended. These restrictions take effect October 10 and will remain for 28 days.

The Kanata Seniors’ Centre offers a wide range of recreation programs for adults aged 55 and over. An annual membership fee of $27 per year includes participation in an extensive selection of recreational, educational and healthy lifestyle programs.

We are located at the rear of the John Mlacak Centre, which also includes an ice surface, Beaverbrook Library and the Kanata Civic Art Gallery. There is a convenient drop-off spot directly in front of the main entrance and parking lot to the side.

2500 Campeau Drive
Ottawa, ON K2K 2W3

613-580-2980

City facilities have begun a phased-in approach of reopening. Please visit Ottawa’s Reopening Plan webpage for current information on services being offered.

  • On site parking
  • Public computers

This facility is not currently offering drop-in activities. You can browse the list of sites currently offering drop-in activities.

For rental availability and information, please call the facility.

To browse registered programs available City-wide, visit our online Recreation Guide PDFs.

To search registered programs available at this facility, please visit JOINOttawa.

The centre includes:

  • Lounge with fireplace
  • Boardroom
  • Program room
  • Computers
  • Games room
  • Coffee shop
  • Multi-purpose halls

Accessibility features

The accessibility features of this facility are detailed below. While the City of Ottawa is constantly working to improve access, please note that not all parts of every facility are necessarily 'accessible for all' as facilities were built to meet accessibility standards of their time.

Parking

  • 4 designated accessible parking spaces
  • Accessible path of travel from the parking lot to entrance with access aisle
  • 8 metres from parking space to the door
  • Cut curb
  • Hazard indicator

Entrance/Exit

  • 1 accessible entrance
  • Wide door (with power door opener) for wheelchair passage
  • Direct access to the main floor, lobby, elevator

Interior

  • Ramps
  • Accessible seating available
  • Wheelchair available for patrons
  • Reception desks
  • Accessible counters
  • Floor area for manoeuvring a wheelchair
  • Swipe access
  • Low pile carpet

Signage

  • Directional signs
  • Tactile signage

Washrooms

  • Washroom with power door opener

Learn more about Inclusive Recreation and accessible services.