High River's Family and Community Support Services is a busy place this week.

Youth and social well being programmer Caitland Asmundson says it's great to get people back together again.

"We're excited to be hosting Seniors Week again, it's an annual week that FCSS all across the province participate in and this year we have quite a few different fun things in the community for seniors to participate in," she says.

Wednesday June 8, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. grandparents can bring the grandkids to the Greater Foothills Family Centre, formerly the Parent Link Centre,  to play games and from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. there's a Senior's Tea at the the FCSS Resource Centre, formerly the Culture Centre.

There's also tri-shaw rides available from the Cycling Without Age program.

"On Thursday the first 50 seniors at the southeast location of Tim Horton's will enjoy a free coffee on us and so all you have to do is go to Tim Horton's, let them know that you're a senior and they will have a free coffee for the first 50 people that come there on Thursday," Asmundson says. "And on Thursday and Friday we will have surprise deliveries of our Planting Laughter kits that we've created this year so that's a fun little kit that we're going to be delivering around to different locations in the community for seniors to enjoy."

She says coming out of the pandemic it's really great to be able to have events again in person and they're outdoors to make it as safe as possible.