Winter 2022 Registration is Now Open!  

A BIG thank you to Ellen Jacobs for initiating the Preemie Baby Blanket project.  A total of 36 baby blankets were donated!  Bravo to everyone who participated!  A special Thank You to our friends who wanted to be part of this project. Our friends made a total of 10 blankets out of 36!

The blankets were tagged with the crafter’s name on the back of the card.  They were individually packaged in plastic bags with our Contactivity information.  Then, they were gifted in a big cloth toy box with a big red bow.

Ellen delivered the baby blankets to the Jewish General Hospital on December 24th and  they were all given out as gifts later that day.  36 newborn babies got one of their first Christmas gifts from us!  I am glad that we made their holiday special ❤

Thank you all for your generous time and contribution to this wonderful project!  Thank you Ellen for your great idea!  There are 36 babies who have nice warm blankets during these cold winter days! 

Watch the Selwyn House & Contactivity Centre Virtual Choir
sing 'Let It Snow'!

To check out all our youtube videos click HERE

Outreach Services

Contactivity's  Outreach Worker (ITMAV Program) can be reached at or by phone at (438) 920-3460 to refer citizens to the resources and/or services available to them.  Many neighbourhoods have their own Outreach Worker. Feel free to ask for their contact details!
Please leave a detailed message/email during business hours.



Contactivity Centre is devoted to the safety, health and well-being of our members.

We are closely monitoring the news related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

For that reason, and in accordance with the recommendations of the health minister, we are operating remotely.   Online activities, courses and even tours are held on Zoom. 

Unfortunately, Bingo at Place Kensington is cancelled.  Our services such as, Tele-check, volunteer Home Support (in Westmount) and Outreach Services will remain running.
Please visit our website and/or Facebook page for updates.


Contactivity Centre's Busy Bees

What to do in isolation?  Thank goodness for Crafts!  The Busy Bees are busy knitting, painting and doing other crafts.  Crafts keeps our minds and hands busy!  Here are photos of some of their projects done in isolation.

If you used to knit, paint or any other craft, maybe it is time to pick it up again.  

"Nestled in Westmount,

Open to all"