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New Programs for Spring 2016

Children
 Creative Yoga  pg. 11
 Create a Canvas  pg. 16
 Mother's Day Craft & Card  pg. 16
 Father's Day Craft & Card  pg. 16
 Springtime Bird Feeder  pg. 16
 All About Acting Fun  pg. 17
 Super Girl Power!  pg. 18 
 Stand Up Paddling for Youth  pg. 22
 SUP & Kayak Introduction  pg. 22
 Yoga for Children  pg. 23
   
Adult/Youth   
 Exploring Acrylic Techniques Workshop  pg. 34
 Ink & Colour Wash Art  pg. 34
 Learn to Crochet-Stitch Sampler Afghan  pg. 34
 Belly Dancing Beginner  pg. 36
 Belly Dance Workshop  pg. 36
 ESL for Life-English Skills for Life at Rutland Activity Centre  pg. 38
 
Fitness
 Cardio Flow  pg. 48
 CircusYoga for Adults  pg. 48
 Full Body Circuit Challenge  pg. 49
 Jazzercise  pg. 49
 Learn to Run Active by Nature  pg. 49
 Mom & Baby Fitness  pg. 49
 Park to Park Fitness  pg. 50
 Flow-Outdoors  pg. 53 
 Hip Opener Yoga Workshop  pg. 54
 Yoga Gentle Relaxation  pg. 55
 YogAlign  pg. 55
   
 Adult Sports Programs  
 Adult Hockey Skills-Beginner  pg. 60
 Spring Dip-Learn to Paddle  pg. 61

 

Access Pass

The Access Pass is a discount recreation pass for persons with a permanent cognitive or physical disability. To be eligible for an Access Pass the individual must meet the eligibility requirements. The Access Pass is not designed for persons who are in a short term rehabilitation program.

Eligibility Requirements

Letter from pension provider stating name, phone number, mailing address, date of birth, and disability status. Pension providers include the Federal or Provincial Government, WCB , ICBC , or a private insurance company. Partial disability pensions and pension applications in process will not be considered.

OR a referral letter from an established agency, association or group home whose mandate is to support persons with a permanent disability. The referral letter must state the person’s name, phone number, mailing address, date of birth, and disability status. Referral letters from physicians and other medical professionals will not be accepted.

AND the approval of the Community Recreation Coordinator.

To determine if you may qualify or to obtain an Access Pass, please call 250 469-8759.

Visit our online Recreation Registration site for more information on Programs for persons with a disability and to register.

Persons with a Disability - Walking Club Schedule

Persons with a Disability - Social Dance Schedule

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