Stay active, stay healthy in Fairfield Harbour!
Taking part in social activities makes people live longer and appears to be as important to health as exercise, according to new research. The research suggests that strong social ties are linked to a longer life. In contrast, loneliness and social isolation are linked to poorer health, depression, and increased risk of early death. Studies have found that having a variety of social relationships may help reduce stress and heart-related risks. Fairfield Harbour has a wide range of social activities for your enjoyment.
Here is a sampling of the many organized active social clubs in Fairfield Harbour:
Love where you live and love what you do!
"We have been teaching line and partner dancing in Fairfield Harbour since we moved here in 2001. Dancing is our passion and it is rewarding to watch others learn to dance and enjoy it. We teach Beginning and Intermediate line dancing on Monday afternoon. We also teach partner country dancing most Friday nights; then the group goes out to dinner together. It's definitely a social affair! Join us for a hobby that offers exercise, comradery and fun!"
Rose and Henry Litke