Recreation Programs

The Recreation & Culture department promotes healthy lifestyles through the development of quality parks, facilities, recreation and cultural opportunities for year round use for our citizens.

It is the department’s mission to provide and promote parks, open spaces and leisure programming that will enhance active living and the well being of individuals and our community.  We are working on innovative programming for the winter and spring, so check back again soon for program updates!

NEW PROGRAMS!

We are excited to be offering a new No School Friday program that provides fun physical literacy activities in aquatics and on the ice. See below outline for an overview and contact the front desk for registration and details. 

Program Schedule:

DAY AQUATICS SKATING
1 Intro to Games, Aquatic Challenges (skills) and Artistic Swimming

Skating - Intro to skills (Agility, Balance, Coordination) and more on Ice Games.

2 Physical Literacy Games and Water Polo Skills Intro to skills (Agility, Balance, Coordination) and more on Ice Games.
3 Physical Literacy Games, Aquatic Challenges (skills), and Snorkling Skills Intro to skills (Agility, Balance, Coordination) and more on Ice Games.
4 Physical Literacy Games, Aquatic Challenges (skills), and Snorkling Skills Intro to skills (Agility, Balance, Coordination) and more on Ice Games.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LEISURE ACCESS CARD PROGRAM

Recreation & Culture also offers the Leisure Access Card Program, designed especially for residents whose limited income may prevent them from participating in basic recreation services. Click -- Leisure Access Card Program Brochure -- for more information.

For more information, please contact:

Tina Cadieux
Aquatic and Program Manager
Recreation and Culture
Phone: 250-489-0270

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