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River Heights

Sir John Franklin

1170 Corydon Ave R3M 0Z1 (ph) (204) 488-7000 (fax) (204) 284-2695

1370 Grosvenor Ave R3M 0P2 (ph) (204) 488-7000 (fax) (204) 488-3224

1 Sir John Franklin Rd R3N 1Z9 (ph) (204) 488-7000 (fax) (204) 489-1720

Office Hours are Monday to Friday from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Additional hours will be posted on the website

index Welcome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

Youth Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16/17

Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

Kidz Klub • Spring Break Camp

President’s Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

Pre-Teen Dances • Summer Camps

Social Halls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Registration Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Adult/Senior Programs Art Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Lap Skating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Bridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Walking Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

Softball . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Boxing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

Quilting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Strength Training . . . . . . . . . . 22

Baseball . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Football - Tackle . . . . . . . . . . . 10

Adult Drop-In . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Yoga - Beginners . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Basketball . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Soccer - House League . . . . . 11

Zumba . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

Karate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Soccer - Outdoor . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Mind Over Matter Yoga . . 21

Preschool Programs

Yoga (55+) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Special Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Indoor Playground . . . . . . 14

Summer Tot Camp . . . . . . . . . 14


Mom’s & Twos . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Tiny Tots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Farmers Market Neighbourhood BBQ

boundaries Members of the Corydon Community Centre are those residents living within our official service area as defined below: North :

The Assiniboine River from the point where it would meet Edgeland Boulevard, east to where it would connect with Harrow Street, south to Academy Road and east to Stafford Street

East :

Stafford Street south to Pembina Highway and south again to the CNR Line

South :

CNR line west to Waverley Street, south to Wilkes and west to Kenaston Boulevard

West :

North on Kenaston Boulevard to Grant Avenue, west on Grant to Edgeland Boulevard, north on Edgeland to Assiniboine River.


staff Operations Manager Abbie Bajon (204) 488-7000 ext 208 Sport/Program Manager Kathy Turner (204) 488-7000 ext 202 Accountant Dianna Bilinski (204) 488-7000 ext 201

All area residents are welcome to attend the Corydon Community Centre Board meetings. If you are interested in attending, please confirm day and time with the office (204-488-7000) February 26, 2014

7:00 pm

March 26, 2014

7:00 pm

April 23, 2014

7:00 pm

Program Coordinator Caitilin O'Connor (204) 488-7000 ext 210 Sport Coordinator Tara Abbott (204) 488-7000 ext 200 Receptionist Patti Thompson (204) 488-7000 ext 200

board of directors

board meetings

2013 - 2014 EXECUTIVE President Pat O'Connor Vice-President Mike Pura Vice-President Lynne McCarthy Vice-President Naomi Patey Secretary Larry Gledhill Treasurer Mike Tottle DIRECTORS AT LARGE Lance Barber Dean Danforth Garry Dunne Frank Ferguson Larry Gledhill John Hall Paul Krestanowich Janet McMahon Colleen Plumton Mike Schenkeveld Michelle Smith Dave Tanner Keith Wilson

annual general meetings Corydon Community Centre is governed by a Volunteer Board of Directors. Each year at the Annual General Meeting, new Board Members are elected and returning members re-appointed. The Annual General Meeting is also when the Board reports to the Community on all matters pertaining to Corydon Community Centre. It is a time for questions and answers. It is an opportunity for the community to give direction to the Board and Centre Staff. The Annual General Meeting is your chance to give advice and provide ideas. Refreshments will be served. May 28, 2014 ~ 7:00 pm ~ Crescentwood Site

Supervisor of Arena Operations Brennan Maclean River Heights Site (204) 488-7000 Site Supervisors Wayne Cyr Crescentwood Site (204) 488-7000 Scott Street Sir John Franklin Site (204) 488-7000

monthly newsletter Stay up-to-date with our monthly newsletter. Click here to join our email list 2

advertising opportunities Indoor Zamboni

$2000/year for full zamboni (3 year minimum) $1000/year for one side (3 year minimum) $ 500/year for front side (3 year minimum)

Outdoor Zamboni

$1000/year for full zamboni (3 year minimum)

Rink Boards

$500/year (3 year minimum)

Arena Wall Boards

$400/year (3 year minimum)

We also publish the Corydon Connection (our online program guide) in the Spring and Fall. Costs vary from $25.00 for a business card size ad to $250.00 for the cover. If you require any further information, please call us at (204) 488-7000.



Go online for all program information and upcoming events!!!!

Check us out on Facebook: Corydon Community Centre

Twitter: @corydoncc

president’s report Welcome to your 2014 Spring Connection. As we prepare this it sure doesn’t feel like spring! Yet, it will only be a matter of a couple of months and you and your children will be able to enjoy the wonderful outdoor programming activities we have to offer. Your board has had another very busy year as we continue to work on building out our Strategic Plan. We have spent a great deal of time working on our Mission and Vision: Mission Statement: Corydon Community Centre provides facilities for accessible recreational opportunities to promote wellbeing and a sense of community within the neighbourhood. Vision Statement: Corydon Community Centre achieves integration and excellence in management, programs, and facilities to become the leader in providing recreation services and opportunities to their community while enhancing neighbourhood quality of life.

We have identified 6 strategic priorities that we are now beginning to work on: CCC Value Statements: We Value Community We Value Volunteers We Value Partnerships We Value Participation We Value Fiscal Responsibility I would invite you to attend our annual general meeting on May 28, 2014 at 7:00pm at the CW site to get a full update on the direction your community center is going. If you feel that you would like to be part of this strategic planning process I would invite you to talk to Abbie Bajon our Operations Manager. Pat O'Connor President

volunteer opportunities Corydon Community Centre welcomes & encourages all volunteer participation within our community centre.

scholarship fund Corydon Community Centre has started to raise funds annually in our community through our "Connection Campaign." These funds will then provide financial assistance for sports, programs and camp scholarships and subsidies for those who need assistance. Funds raised through the "Connection Campaign" allow more community members needing financial support to access programs. Contact our main office if you'd like to learn more about the impact of the Connection Campaign on your community.

donations The Corydon Community Centre (comprised of Crescentwood, River Heights, and Sir John Franklin Community Centres) has been part of the community for over 60 years. The Centre is partially funded by the City of Winnipeg. However, each year the Centre must rely on fundraising and donations in order to continue to meet the needs of our community. If you are interested in making a donation to Corydon Community Centre please contact Abbie Bajon, Operations Manager, and she will help make arrangements for this gift. The Community Centre will also accept gifts on behalf of a loved one and of course as part of your own personal estate plan. Estate gifts, which can be of any amount, are received after a donor's lifetime. Support can take several forms, such as the following: BEQUESTS, where Corydon Community Centre is the beneficiary in your Will; LIFE INSURANCE, where Corydon Community Centre is the beneficiary of a current policy or new policy purchased with Corydon Community Centre named as owner and beneficiary. PUBLICLY TRADED SECURITIES, with a donation of stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and segregated funds (as part of an estate or gifted during a person's lifetime). If you would like more information about planned giving opportunities, please call (204) 488-7000.


room rentals Are you looking for a place to host a board meeting, work conference, birthday party, reunion, family get together, wedding social, or shower? Corydon Community Centre is pleased to offer 3 locations to meet all of your needs. Please review the following rental options at our 3 locations. To book please call us at (204) 488-7000. Site


Room Specs


Function Use

River Heights

Multi Purpose Room

1100 Square feet, Occupancy max-75


Great for board meetings, birthday parties, wedding/baby showers and more! Wi-Fi and projector also available for use.

River Heights


2500 Square feet, Occupancy max-125


Great for sports team off ice conditioning practice, team parties, birthday parties, wedding/baby showers, dances and more!

River Heights

Mackenzie Lounge

500 Square feet, Occupancy max-25


Great for smaller meetings, trainings and parties.

Sir John Franklin

Board Room

400 Square feet, Occupancy max-25


Great for smaller meetings, trainings and parties.

Sir John Franklin


2500 Square feet, Occupancy max-228

Hourly-$35 Great for sports team off ice conditioning practice, team parties, 100+people call for rate birthday parties, wedding/baby showers, dances and more!

Sir John Franklin


450 Square feet, Occupancy max-25

Hourly-$25 Hourly with toys-$75

Great for birthday parties!

Sir John Franklin

Dryland Training Room

Must have a hockey coach present


Great for off ice workouts for hockey teams.


Multi Purpose Room

1500 Square feet, Occupancy max-110


Great for sports team off ice conditioning practice, team party rentals, birthday parties, wedding/baby showers and more!



4000 Square feet, Occupancy max-340


Great for sports team off ice conditioning practice, team parties, birthday parties, wedding/baby showers, dances and more!


Hugo Hall

400 Square feet, Occupancy max-30


Great for smaller meetings, trainings and parties.

**Full rental cost is required at time of reservation** Please note: Rates will increase September 2014 - visit for details

Group Fitness Programs at BC Fitness (935 Grosvenor) Adult Func!onal Fitness bootcamps

Personal Training

Ac!ve Adult Classes

Corporate heath & wellness

Sport team training

Kids Fitness

Stretch, rehab & mobility

Ultrasound Body fat tes!ng


Class Programs run: September ~ December, January ~ March, April ~ June, and July/Aug (usually 12 weeks/ summer 6 weeks) Our conditioning programs will help make you fit and functional in sport and life, as you improve your overall physical health, stamina, energy levels and self confidence. We will push you to do things you didn’t think were possible All classes incorporate strength, endurance, cardiovascular, core, mobility, flexibility and nutritional training through a variety of equipment and methods designed to improve, educate and help you make healthier choices in life Workout with friends, and others in your community, to experience a fun, motivating and inspiring team environment

For addi!onal informa!on, class descrip!ons, current schedules, pricing and health !ps, visit ,, call 204.293.9757 or drop by 935 Grosvenor Avenue to say hello 4


registration information registration dates

fees Activity Fees - each program or sport has a fee based on the actual costs of providing the program (ie: league registration fees, equipment, uniforms, instruction, etc).

March 3rd - 8th, 2014 Monday to Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Crescentwood and River Heights Sites

Subsidies - All sport programs qualify for subsidy. These subsidies are based on your most recent Notice of Assessment. For more information go to General Council of Winnipeg Community Centres **Please bring your most recent Notice of Assessment (for both parents if applicable) as the subsidy request/ registration will not be processed without it.

Additional Hours: March 3rd - River Heights Site 4:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Participation Fees - this fee is levied for each activity per participant to contribute towards future facility enhancements. Per Registration Yearly Corydon Residents $20.00 $75.00* Non-Residents (outside boundary) $25.00 $85.00* Seniors (55+) $35.00**

March 4th - Crescentwood Site 4:30 pm - 8:30 pm March 5th - River Heights Site 4:30 pm - 8:30 pm

*Yearly fee must be paid in full at the Fall Registration and is valid from September 1st to August 31st of the following year, as it includes public skating (Friday and Sunday) for the season at the River Heights Site.

March 8th - River Heights Site 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

**Yearly senior fee must be paid in full at the Fall Registration and is valid from September 1st to August 31st of the following year, as it includes adult skating (Monday am and Wednesday pm) for the season at the River Heights Site.

registration options Registration fees can be paid by cash, debit, Visa or Mastercard. Registration can be done in person or by phone. Registration is not complete until fees are paid and necessary forms are completed. Every child that wants to be in a sport deserves to be in a sport. Anyone needing financial support, please call the Centre at (204) 488-7000. Phone registrations are by Visa or Mastercard only and an email will be sent confirming your registration. Please leave a detailed message and we will return your call as soon as possible. Your patience is appreciated.


late registrations


Full refunds will be issued when a program is cancelled. A $20.00 administration fee applies to all refund requests other than program cancellation. For sessions of eight weeks or more, no refund will be given after the third week of classes. To qualify for a refund, the office must be notified of the withdrawal prior to the end of the third week. Refunds will be prorated from the date the offices receives and confirms notice of withdrawal.

A late fee of $30.00 per registration will be charged effective March 9th. This is necessary due to the additional administration which occurs when registration is late. In some instances, teams have been formed, league fees paid and uniforms ordered. Our philosophy is such that anyone who wants to participate should be accommodated, but it must be recognized that there are extra costs incurred with late registrations and is not always possible.

Please register before the deadline to avoid late fees!!!!

Anyone living outside the official Corydon service area must register at their own community centre when sport league rules so dictate. When the sport or sport age group is not available at the home centre, written permission to transfer is required. This includes house league sports.


sports softball

Please note the below policies that blanket all sports programs at Corydon Community Centre:

Sport Team Formations All teams are formed based on the number of registered players - if numbers warrant, 2 or 3 teams may be formed in one age group in certain sports. If teams are playing in the same division they will be as equally balanced as possible. If numbers are such that there are too many to be placed on one team but not enough for an additional team to be formed, then players will have to be transferred to the next community centre needing players. The method used to decide which players are to be transferred is: 1. 2. 3. 4.

Late Registrations Volunteers to transfer Players from outside Corydon catchment Lottery Any player registering late has no guarantee of a position on a Corydon CC Team.

Softball is an excellent supplement to winter sport programming. Co-ed Learn to Play programs are offered for children ages 5-7 - visit for details on this program. Corydon offers softball programming for girls aged 8 to 19 are available (age allocations are set out below). The season begins the first week of May, ending with divisional playoffs at the end of June. Two games are played each week, with practice times established by individual coaches. In addition, there may also be an opportunity for tournaments over and above league games. Some age groups may be combined with other south west community clubs to form teams at both the competitive “B” level and recreational “C” levels. “B” level tryouts will be held on Sunday, March 23rd at the Soccer complex. When registering, please advise whether or not your child will be trying out for the more competitive “B” level.

Age Categories Age 8-10

Birth Year 2004/05/06









Uniform Deposits Basketball Baseball Football Softball

$100 $100 $300 (Uniform & Equipment) $100

*All participants will be required to leave a post-dated cheque with their team manager dated for October 31st, 2014. If uniforms are not returned, this cheque will be cashed.

Volunteer Opportunities in Sports We are always looking for parent and community involvement. Please note that there are many ways to get involved in our sports and we welcome all those interested in any of the below to contact us. Coaches Assistant Coaches Team Managers Team Safety/First Aid Person Parent Communication Liaison Sport Committee Representatives (Basketball, Baseball, Football, Soccer, Softball) Thanks again for your continued involvement and commitment to sport and activity for youth. Here's to a safe, successful 2014 season!

Category Fees* Mites $150.00 Girls & Boys (U10) Squirt $150.00 Girls (U12) Pee Wee $150.00 Girls (U14) Bantam $150.00 Girls (U16) Midget $150.00 Girls (U18)

Game Days Mon/Wed Tues/Thur Mon/Wed Tues/Thur Mon/Wed

Umpires Umpiring softball can be an enjoyable and financially rewarding job for young boys and girls in the Community. Umpires are paid $35-40 per game and may work several games per week. For more information, go to for clinic details.

Coaches Please consider volunteering as a coach/assistant or manager when registering your child (no experience necessary). Are you interested in coaching - but don't know where to start? Or what's involved? Please contact any of the league executive or Community Club Convenors for information. Coaching is a fun, and rewarding endeavor - and really doesn't take that much work! But the easiest way to get into it is to start thinking and talking about it NOW! There are resources available to mentor you into the game! Convenor: Leslie Delnea

Corydon CC follows a fair play policy. For further information, please visit our website.


baseball Baseball (hardball) is for boys and girls ages 5-18. The baseball season runs from the beginning of May through June with games usually scheduled during weekday evenings. We offer developmental teams for children and youth who have not played before as well as more competitive teams for those who have. Baseball teams are travelling teams. Usually a team plays the same number of home and away games. Because of player numbers, some players may be asked to play for teams from other community centres. The playoff format has not yet been determined, but other than playoff teams, everyone finishes by the end of June. Category Birth Year Rally Cap 2007/08/09 Rookie 2005/06/07 Mosquito 2003/2004 Peewee 2001/2002 Bantam 1999/2000 Midget 1996/97/98 *plus participation fee

Age 5-7 7-9 10-11 12-13 14-15 16-18

Fees* $80.00 $145.00 $175.00 $185.00 $195.00 $250.00

Game Days Mon/Wed Sun/Mon/Wed Sun/Tue/Thur Sun/Mon/Wed Various Various

Team Selection Player tryouts/evaluations and team selections for Mosquito, Peewee and Bantam will be held at Canlan Sports April 5th and 12th. Independent evaluators will be used. Teams will be formed and team practices will start in late April or early May. You will be contacted by a volunteer after registration with a specific time, date and location of your tryout/evaluation time.

Pre-Season Clinics Winnipeg Soccer Federation Building 211 Chancellor Matheson Road April 2 - Hitting - 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. April 3 -Pitching or Catching- 6:15 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. For further information go to Rally Cap -tons of fun for the kids with emphasis on fun, basic skills and learning the game in a non-competitive environment. Rally Cap is a parent run program so several volunteers are required. Rookies - play a more organized game of ball using a pitching machine. Games are 2-3 times per week against other community centres with an emphasis on team play, sportsmanship and continued skill mastery. Mosquito is the first year when players start pitching and AA is introduced. All players attend tryouts and will be evaluated those with higher skill will be asked to play AA ball - a higher and more competitive level. Peewee - A/AA remains at the community centre but at this age AAA is introduced (the highest level of ball at this age group is a regional team, comprised of the best players in all of Winnipeg South). Bantam/Midget - A/AA remain at the community centre with the Chiefs as the AAA regional team.

AA Baseball If your child is selected for the AA team, please note that the time commitment and expectations are greater than in A level ball.

AAA Baseball Any player wishing to play for the Winnipeg South Chiefs must register at Corydon before they will be allowed to attend tryouts. Details on tryouts can be found at

Equipment Players are required to provide their own gloves, batting helmets and baseball pants. Bats will be provided for all age groups except Midget. Midget players are encouraged to purchase their own wooden bats this year.

Late Registrations We try to have 12 -14 players per team and registration will be cut off at that point. Late registrations will not be accepted if there are not enough coaches. Late registrations, if accepted, will be subject to a $30 Late Fee over and above the registration fee.

Volunteer Opportunities As coaches and volunteers are needed for all teams, there will be a sign-up sheet at registration. Most teams will need a scorekeeper, pitch counter, manager, first aid person, equipment manager, someone to install the bases before each game, coaches, and if possible, someone who can umpire if the scheduled umpire cannot make it. All of these positions are volunteer positions. If we do not have volunteers to help out, the kids don't play. Please keep in mind that we need volunteers when you register. Knowledge of baseball is not a pre-requisite to volunteering. All coaches are required to complete the Respect in Sport training from Sport Manitoba. It is free and on-line.

Baseball Committee: Jacques Gauthier John Young

Umpires Older players (13+) may want to consider umpiring. It's fun and the pay is great! Please contact the office for details of upcoming clinics.


basketball The Winnipeg Minor Basketball Association (WMBA) is a notfor-profit community club based basketball league. Spring League is open to boys & girls ages 8-18 and runs from midApril through to the end of June.

GAME DAYS & AGE DIVISIONS The Spring League Community Club teams will be separated into the following age divisions... Saturday Games * (games can range from 9 am - 6 pm) 8-9 Girls, 8 Boys, 9 Boys, 10 Girls, 10 Boys, 11 Girls, 11 Boys, 12 Girls, 12 Boys (note: age divisions subject to change) Sunday Games * (games can range from 9 am to 6 pm) 13 Boys, 14 Boys, 13-14 Girls, 15-18 Girls, 15 Boys, 16-18 Boys (note: age divisions subject to change) Eligible ages for Spring 2014 include... • Born in 2007 (age 7) - would play in the 8 year old division • Born in 2006 (age 8) • Born in 2005 (age 9) • Born in 2004 (age 10) • Born in 2003 (age 11) • Born in 2002 (age 12) • Born in 2001 (age 13) • Born in 2000 (age 14) • Born in 1999 (age 15) • Born in 1998 (age 16) • Born in 1997 (age 17) • Born in 1996 (age 18)

PROGRAM TIMELINES • The spring league will run from April 12 through until June 22 (no club games on the Easter(April 18 & 19) or May-Long Weekends(May 17 & 18). • Club teams will participate in 8 regular season games plus a 2-game playoff. • Teams will also be practicing once per week during the weeknights at an area school (exact day and time of the practice is set by the club). Practice times range Monday to Friday, 6-10 pm. • Games run one hour in length. • Coaches and volunteers are always needed to help with the program - speak with your Basketball Convenor Janet McMahon at



UNIFORM DEPOSIT: All registrants must place a $100.00 deposit (Post dated cheque made payable to Corydon CC) to be given to the coaches before uniforms are distributed. If uniforms are not returned after the season, the cheque will be cashed. Players are required to supply black shorts with no pockets.

NEW THIS YEAR Save time and register online - its fast and easy!



karate If you are looking for a challenging workout with the side benefit of self-defense, consider our Shotokan Karate program. Improve your health, flexibility, endurance, selfesteem, discipline, and confidence. Looking for something to do as a family-then this could be it! All families are welcome! Instructor: Session: Site: Age: Days: Times: Contact: Fees:

Chief Instructor Philip Dingman year round Sir John Franklin til April 16th then River Heights 5 - Adult Mondays and Wednesdays 6:00 - 7:00 pm Special Offer Rhonda at (204) 794-8959 Sign up and get Adult $65.00 one month free!! Youth $55.00 (13-17) Child $45.00 (5-12) Family $90.00

boxing Corydon Boxing is open to everyone age 10 and up and provided training for beginners to professionals. Whether you are in the sport for conditioning or you wish to compete in the ring, this highly successful program has something for everyone! Please note that anyone wishing to spar, must register with M.A.B.A. Session: Site: Age: Days/Times: Fees:

Year Round Crescentwood 10 and up Monday - Friday 4:00-7:00pm Saturday 12:00-1:00pm $35.00 per month


football football - tackle Our Football program strives to attain and demonstrate the knowledge of the game of football to all volunteers and players while being instructed in a fun and positive environment. The Club encourages the maximum abilities of the players within a structured and disciplined program to improve overall health and physical fitness. Together we shall pursue our goals to become better players, teammates and leaders while maintaining the quality of Corydon football tradition through good sportsmanship and positive attitudes with the involvement of the community.

Registration Dates May 1st, 2nd, 3rd at the Crescentwood Site Times to be posted on website as soon as available

Thursday, May 1st Friday, May 2nd Saturday, May 3rd


Age Divisions Category Terminator Atom Peewee Minor Bantam Bantam

Birth Year 2006/2007 2004/2005 2002/2003 2001 2000

Age 7/8 9/10 11/12 13 14

Fees* $220.00 $330.00 $330.00 $330.00 $330.00

*This registration fee will be applied to the first player registered per family, each additional player will pay $50.00 less per registration. All divisions have 12 players on the field for every play, except Terminators who have 6 players and Atom who have 9 players.

Equipment The club will provide shoulder pads, uniform and a helmet.

Games and Practices Games are played on either Saturday or Sunday at various locations. Players are asked to practice 2 or 3 times (maximum of 2 hours) per week in addition to the weekend game. Games run from the middle of August until the middle of October.

Volunteers The success of the football program is directly related to the effort of the parents, your volunteer time is very important!

Volunteer Bond - $200.00 A volunteer bond in the form of a cheque dated for August 1, 2014 will be required at registration. Only one Volunteer bond per family is required and families must register with their team’s manager for a volunteer opportunity. All families that meet the minimum requirement (approx. 6 hours) will have their cheques returned at the end of the season.

Football Committee President VP Registration


Curtis Gottfredsen Kathy Joshua

soccer soccer - house league (age 4-8) House League soccer is based on fun and full participation by all players. It is designed to introduce young children to the basics of soccer, to the joys of team play and provides the opportunity to meet new people in the community. Every effort will be made to ensure all teams will have an even number of males/females and an equal number of players in the 4 - 6 age group. Please note the 4-6 age group is co-ed while the 7 & 8's are separated by gender. The parents are to be actively involved with their children at every game/practice in the 4-6 year old category. Teams play on a smaller field. Soccer cleats are optional but shin guards are mandatory. There is no snack time scheduled into soccer hour. The cost of t-shirts, soccer jamboree, pictures and awards is included in the registration. Year Born



Game Days*





















soccer - outdoor Registration is open to all boys and girls age 9 - 18. Teams usually play 3 times per week (2 games/1 practice or 1 game/ 2 practices). The respective league governing authority will determine the game schedule, and each individual team will determine the number of practices or tournaments with which they wish to participate. While most games are scheduled during the week, there are some weekend games. Regular season games are played in May and June, with playoffs in September. The fees listed below include the City of Winnipeg Field User Fee and Soccer Uniform. Corydon participation fees will be applied where applicable. Birth Year



Game Days**





































**Please note that game days for all programs are not absolute and are subject to change depending on factors such as number of registrations and teams. Age groups may be combined to form teams if necessary.

Coaches, Assistants, Managers Anyone interested in volunteering in this capacity, please contact the community centre and leave your name, number and email address.


Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association South End United:

Soccer Committee Director 4/5/6 House League 7/8 House League Equipment

Doug Sharpe Bruce Sychuk/Alison Pagsuyuin Larissa Kaul Needed




pre-school programs indoor playground

mom’s & twos

Indoor Playground is an opportunity for your child to exercise their bodies and their mind in a safe, welcoming environment. We offer a wide variety of activities including a bouncer, riding toys, hopscotch, house centre, reading centre, puzzles, fine motor skill toys and more!

Join us for a morning filled with fun! We will be playing, doing crafts including painting, large and small motor activities in the gym, enjoying snack and circle time consisting of stories and songs. Children must be two years of age by December 31, 2014.

Session: Site: Age: Day: Time: Fees:


Ongoing til May 14 River Heights Age 5 and under Wednesday 9:30 - 11:30 am FREE

Session: Site: Age: Day: Time: Fees:

Jackie Koop

September - May River Heights 2 years Tuesday or Thursday 9:30-11:00 am $250.00 plus participation fees

summer tot camp Put some excitement, fun and adventure into every summer day!!!! Tot camp offers a chance to make new friends, enjoy the outdoors and have fun being a kid. Each week is packed with fun activities, field trips and special events to make unforgettable memories. All camp staff are certified in First Aid and CPR, screened through the Child Abuse Registry and Criminal Records searches and participate in training to ensure a safe and suitable environment for your child. Each week has a unique theme and activities will centre around this theme, while including circle time, reading, singing, sharing, crafts, free play, outdoor play and much more! Register early to ensure a spot. July 2-4 July 7-11 July 14-18 July 21-25 July 28-Aug 1 August 5-8 August 11-15 August 18-22 August 25-29 Dates: Times:

Imagination Exploration Little Scientists Under the Sea Around the World in 5 Days Hidden Treasures Space Week Animal Kingdom Getting to Know ME! Mini Olympics

July 2 - August 29 8:00 am - 5:00 pm FULL DAY 8:00 am - 12:00 pm or 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm HALF DAY Drop Off: (8:00 - 9:00 am) Pick up: (4:00 - 5:00 pm) River Heights 3 - 5 years $95.00 per week FULL DAY $50.00 per week HALF DAY Includes all field trips and transportation fees. Sessions are non refundable and non-transferable

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Little Feet Child Care 2 Ltd. Before and After School Program and Nursery/Kindergarten Program located at Robert H Smith School and Corydon Community Centre (River Heights Site)

Debbi Peterson, Director Tel: (204) 782-3516

pre-school programs tiny tots Give your child new experiences and help them learn new skills by registering them in our Tiny Tots program. They will participate in a variety of themed activities including group time, story time, snack time, gym time and free play. Set the future for your child’s learning, behavior and health. This program follows the school year schedule and fees can be paid in one of the following ways: (a) in total (b) in ½ September/January (c) post dated monthly cheques or credit card payments You have a choice of: 2 sessions per week (mornings or afternoons) (mornings and afternoons) 3 sessions per week (mornings or afternoons) (mornings and afternoons) 4 sessions per week (mornings or afternoons) (mornings and afternoons) Instructor: Session: Site: Age: Day: Time: Fees:

72 classes 144 classes 108 classes 216 classes 144 classes 288 classes

$ 712.80 $1,425.60 $1,069.20 $2,138.40 $1,425.60 $2,851.20

Angela Stevens

September 8 - June 12 (37 weeks) No Sessions December 22 - January 2 and March 30 - April 3 Crescentwood 2 - 5 years Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:20 - 11:20 am or 1:00 - 3:00 pm See above.

Click here to download the registration form

Call: Richard J. Wolfson Financial Planner, CLU, CH.F.C. Phone: (204) 946-8143 Fax: (204) 946-8865 E-mail:


youth programs kidz klub Looking for a fun and active place for your children to go after school? Kidz Klub we will pick up your children at their school**, feed them snack and they will enjoy a variety of fun recreational activities with our staff. From traditional sports to goofy games, your child will have a great time. With flexible registration options our program can be designed to meet your family's needs. Session: Site: Age: Days: Time: Fees:

September - June River Heights 6 - 12 years Monday - Friday 3:30 - 6:00 pm $6.00 per day/ child ($6.50 for 2:45pm dismissal days)

Children from all schools are welcome to attend. **After school walking service is available from Robert H Smith, Queenston and Montrose schools. Pre-Registration is required before attending Kidz Klub. To register or for further details please contact our office at 204-488-7000. IN-SERVICE DAY PROGRAM Have a day off school? Come spend it with Kidz klub and have a blast with various sports, games, theme days and more! Registration is done in advance to ensure sufficient numbers to run. Priority is given to Kidz Klub after school program participants. Site: Age: Days: Time: Fee:

River Heights 6-12 March 14, April 25, May 12 8:00 am - 6:00 pm $20.00 per day/ child

** Please note there is a minimum number of children to run register early to ensure the day goes! Pre-registration is required before attending.


spring break camp We will be offering full day programs for children ages 6-11 during the Spring Break. Various activities such as sports, arts and crafts, outings etc) will provide the kids with a fun-filled experience. SessIon: Site: Age: Days: Time: Fee:

March 31 - April 4 River Heights 6 - 11 years Monday to Friday 8:00 - 6:00 pm $20.00 per day

pre-teen dances If you are in Grades 5-6, then our pre-teen dances on Friday nights are the place to be! Hang out with friends and dance the night away each month at our River Heights and Sir John Franklin Sites. Dances are supervised by Corydon Community Centre staff members and volunteers. There are no in and out privileges at the dance...once you're in, you're in! There is no photo taking permitted at our Pre-Teen dances. Anyone caught taking photos will be asked to leave. Please leave your cell phones/ cameras at home! There is a phone at the Centre available to children attending the dances. Session: Site: Age: Days: Dates: Time: Fee:

March - May River Heights 10-12 years Friday March 7, April 25, May 30 7:30 - 9:30 pm $5.00

March - May Sir John Franklin 10 -12 years Friday April 11, May 9 7:30 - 9:30 pm $5.00

youth programs summer camps Put some excitement, fun and adventure into every summer day!!!! Corydon offers three distinct camp options - Specialty Camps, Sports Camps and Day Camp. All camps offer a chance to make new friends, enjoy the outdoors and have fun being a kid. Each week is packed with fun activities, field trips and special events to make unforgettable memories. All camp staff have certified CPR and First Aid training, are screened through the Child Abuse Registry and Criminal Records search and participate in a training period to ensure a safe, suitable environment for your child. SUBSIDIES ARE AVAILABLE FOR CAMPS... CONTACT THE OFFICE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION

SPECIALTY CAMP This camp offers week-long workshops, projects and lots of exciting field trips and activities. Specialty camps offer the opportunity to learn new skills and develop new interests all within the fun of a summer camp. Specialty Camp will be at the Crescentwood Site. July 2-4 Fun With Science July 7-11 So you Think you can Dance July 14-18 Abra Cadabra (magic week) July 21-25 Around Winnipeg (field trip week) July 28-Aug 1 Outdoor Adventure Aug 5-8 Zumba/Yoga Kids Aug 11-15 Kids in the Kitchen Aug 18-22 Art Attack! Aug 25-29 Specialty Camp: The Musical (music week) Dates: Times: Site: Age: Cost:

July 2 - August 29 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Drop off 8:00 - 9:00 am Pick up 4:00 - 5:00 pm River Heights 6 - 12 years (must be 6 by September 1, 2014) $135.00 per week Prices include all field trip and transportation fees. Sessions are non-transferable and non-refundable. **CAMP REGISTRATION BEGINS MAY 1ST**

DAY CAMP Our extraordinary camp runs for 9 week long sessions over the summer, beginning on July 2nd and running until August 29th. While your child is enrolled at our camp, he or she will enjoy a variety of games, crafts, sports, swimming, as well as field trips. All of these activities will fit into one of our 9 weekly themes. Space is limited so please register early to ensure your child's spot. Day Camp will be at the Crescentwood Site. July 2-4 Mystery Mayhem July 7-11 Mini Olympics July 14-18 Mad Science July 21-25 Animal Planet July 28-Aug 1 Game Show Week Aug 5-8 Out of this World! Aug 11-15 Our Planet Aug 18-22 Spirit Week Aug 25-29 Day Camp's Got Talent Dates: Times: Site: Age: Cost:

July 2 - August 29 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Drop off 8:00 - 9:00 am Pick up 4:00 - 5:00 pm Crescentwood 6 - 12 years (must be 6 by September 1st, 2014) $90.00 per week $25.00 per day *NOTE - only 5 spots available per day** Prices include all field trip and transportation fees. Sessions are non-transferable and non-refundable. **CAMP REGISTRATION BEGINS MAY 1ST**

SPORTS CAMP Keep yourself active this summer while learning a variety of sports and recreational activities. Each week has a different theme and will include a variety of skills, drills, scrimmages and a field trip each week. Sports Camp will be at the River Heights Site. July 2-4 Sports Bonanza July 7-11 Tennis July 14-18 Soccer July 21-25 Baseball July 28-Aug 1 Racquet Sports Aug 5-8 Hockey Aug 11-15 Football Aug 18-22 Track and Field Aug 25-29 Dodgeball Dates: Times: Site: Age: Cost:

July 2 - August 29 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Drop off 8:00 - 9:00 am Pick up 4:00 - 5:00 pm Sir John Franklin 6 - 12 years (must be 6 by September 1, 2014) $135.00 per week Prices include all field trip and transportation fees. Sessions are non-transferable and non-refundable. **CAMP REGISTRATION BEGINS MAY 1ST**



Turnbull-Whitaker Insurance Agency Inc. 1465 Corydon Avenue A family owned and operated business that is proud to have served your community for 50 years!

For all you insurance needs, home, auto, travel, business and more!

Email: Ph: 488-4547


adult/senior programs art classes


Water and Acrylics Come and join our local artist Daria Mudryj for some inspiration through color and art. Daria works with a variety of materials - acrylic, watercolor, crayons and pencil inks, conte, tempera, oil pastels, pencils on paper and on canvas. Daria has recently had 3 exhibitions at the Fleet Gallery, The Conservatory and the Pavilion Gallery. Don't miss this opportunity to find your inner artistic talents! Instructor:

Daria Mudryj

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April 8-June 10 Crescentwood Adult (55+) Tuesday 10:00 am - 12:00 pm $55.00

April 9-June 18 (no class Apr 30) River Heights Adult (55+) Wednesday 10:00 am - 12:00 pm $55.00

Why not drop in for a game or two of social bridge? Refreshments are served. Handicapped accessible. Session: Site: Age: Day: Time: Fees:

Ongoing til June 23 River Heights Adult (55+) Monday 1:00 - 3:00 pm $3.00

quilting Do you enjoy quilting? If so, come join us and work on your quilting project.

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April 10-June 12 Crescentwood Adult (55+) Thursday 1:00 - 3:00 pm $55.00

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Year Round Crescentwood All Wednesday 5:30 - 8:00 pm $3.00 Drop In

adult drop in FREE Wednesday's at the Centre! 1st Wednesday of the month Community Health & Well-Being @ Temple Shalom 1:30 - 3:30pm at 1077 Grant Avenue 2nd Wednesday of the month Lunch & Learn A variety of topics will be covered in these informational sessions. A lunch will be served from 12:30pm to 1:30pm followed by a presentation on topics including health care, senior services, travel logs, depression, chronic disease, gardening and many others from 1:30pm to 3:30pm. Details of weekly information presentations will be available in the office. 3rd Wednesday of the month Drop In Come and participate in a wide variety of social activities, trendy discussions, games, computer use, and much more! Coffee and tea will be served. 1:30pm to 3:30pm. 4th Wednesday of the month Apple Training (iPad, iPhone, iPod, MacBook, iMac, Internet) Join us for a one hour tutorial with a half our before and after for technical question and answer session. Beginner to Advanced, all skill levels welcome! Bring your own Apple device or use an iPad from the Centre (limited quantities available). Our onsite Apple Expert will teach us how to make the best use of our technology! Session: Ongoing until May Day: Wednesday Time: 1:30-3:30pm Site: River Heights (excluding the 1st Wednesday of the month) Age: Adult (55+) Fees: FREE For more information or to reserve a spot, please call the South Winnipeg Seniors Resource Council at 204-478-6169. 20

adult/senior programs zumba/yoga fit

mind over matter yoga

ZUMBA If you want to work out, have fun, and be energized, Zumba is the workout you have been looking for! Join us for an energetic and enthusiastic Zumba party like no other. Zumba is a Latin inspired fitness workout that is a cardio base fusion of Latin and international music. Zumba is an easy to follow, high energy workout where you have fun smiling, laughing and moving your hips. The fact that you burn so many calories is an added bonus! You have FUN while getting fit! Zumba is exercise in disguise. Please bring a water bottle and comfortable footwear to dance in (runners with no grip).

YOGA FIT This class is part of the hatha yoga tradition and is a vinyasa style. The benefits of yoga are to create strength, balance, flexibility, endurance and a greater awareness of the mind, body and spirit. This class creates an experience of non-judgement and noncompetition and is for many fitness levels. Please bring a mat, towel and water bottle. Instructor:

Michelle Senkiw

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ongoing until June 26 Zumba Yoga Fit Monday Tuesday Crescentwood Crescentwood 6:30 - 7:30pm 8:00 - 9:00pm


10 class pass: $60.00* 15 class pass: $80.00* 30 class pass: $150.00*

Zumba/Yoga Fit Thursday River Heights 6:00 - 7:00pm (zumba) 7:00 - 8:00pm (yoga fit)

Balance your mind, body and spirit. Improve your posture, coordination, strength and core stability while combining simple movements linked with breath awareness and relaxation techniques. The way we breathe has a profound effect on the quality of our lives, which in turn keeps our mind strong and clear. It is never too late to be your best! Space is limited, so register early. Instructor: Session: Site: Age: Day: Time: Fees:

Debbie Lewis

February 20 - April 24 (10 weeks) April 29 - June 26 (9 weeks) River Heights Adult Tuesday and Thursday 2:00 - 3:00 pm Feb-Apr $176.00 plus one time participation fee Apr-Jun $162.00

walking club If you like to walk for fun and fitness, join our walking club. Come join us for an enjoyable hour or so and get some some fresh air, exercise and conversation. We walk on Mondays and Thursdays at various locations around the city. Please visit the website at for the newest schedule or call the office at 204-488-7000. Monthly schedules are available at the centre. Session: Site: Age: Day: Time: Fees:

year round various Adult Mondays and Thursdays 9:30 - 10:30 am Free

OR drop in fee of $10.00 per class *plus one time participation fee.

lap skating Dig out your skates and join the fun. Skating is great exercise! Session: Site: Age: Day: Time: Fees:

Ongoing until April 30th River Heights Adults Only Mondays/Wednesdays 10:45 - 11:45 am (Monday) 1:30 - 2:30 pm (Wednesday) $3.00


adult/senior programs strength training In the 1990's research on strength training for older adults was explored. Experts now recommend that older adults do strength training to maintain their strength, muscle mass and balance. Inactive adults have increased risk of disability, falls and diseases such as diabetes. Find out the benefits by joining this program that will help make you stronger using our exercise equipment and free weights. There are a few reasons that prevent older adults from taking part in strength training so all participants are requested to meet with their family physician to evaluate their readiness for this activity. Instructor: Session: Site: Age: Day: Time: Fees:

Pat Middleton

February 11 - April 18 April 22 - June 27 Crescentwood Adult (55+) Tuesday and Friday 9:30 - 10:30 am $45.00 (one day per session) plus one time participation fee $90.00 (two days per session)

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yoga Beginner This is a class designed for newbie yogi/yoginis and those with some experience. Learn the traditional Sun Salutations and many other yoga asanas (positions). Develop strength, increase flexibility, decrease stress and improve posture and over all well being. Wear comfy clothes, bring your own mat and an open mind! Instructor: Session: Site: Age: Day: Time: Fees:

Andrea Robin

Ongoing until June 23 Crescentwood Adult Monday 8:00 - 9:00 pm $8.00 drop in



This class combines breath work, postures and meditation to rejuvenate and bring body/mind into a state of well-being. This program is ideal for the beginner. Instructor: Session: Site: Age: Day: Time: Fees:

Jane Carroll

April 3 - June 5 Crescentwood Adult (55+) Thursday 9:30 - 11:00 am $55.00 plus one time participation fee

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special events bingo

farmers market

Join us for a night of fun and maybe even some profit! Session: Site: Age: Day: Time:

Year Round Crescentwood Adult Monday 7:00 - 10:00 pm

Popularity over the previous year has ensured the return of the Farmers Market for the summer of 2014 at the River Heights Site.

Year Round Sir John Franklin Adult Thursday 6:45 - 9:45 pm

The market, run jointly by St Andrews United Church and the Corydon Community Centre offers and restricts itself to locally grown fresh vegetables and fruits, locally made specialty foods and crafts produced by local artisans. We will be returning on July 4th - Hope to see you there!

neighbourhood family bbq All area residents are invited to join us on Wednesday, June 25th from 5:00 - 8:00 at the Crescentwood Site. Come out for a bite to eat, meet your Board of Directors and Staff and share an evening with other families in our community. We would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge our community and say thank you for your continued support.

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Are you looking for something extra for your child this summer? Besides our fantastic summer camps, we are the proud hosts of the following: Challenger Sports - British Soccer Camp

August 11-15 Back for its fourth summer, this popular camp provides young soccer players of all abilities with the rare opportunity to receive high level coaching from a team of international experts. For more information go to:

The Rink - Battle and Compete Camp

August 11-15 The game of hockey is comprised of battles, which put players against each other in all situations. This camp gives players the opportunity to develop skating skills, puck skills and tactical game skills. For further information go to or call 489-RINK(7465).

GDI Goalie Camp

August 18-22 Is your child a budding goalie? Looking for a camp with a 1:2 ratio of coach to athlete. Then the Goaltender Development Institute is the camp for you. For further information go to or call (204) 489-7465 for more details.

12th Annual Curt Ketchen Hockey School

August 25-29 Ketchen Hockey School is back for another week of outstanding hockey skills development. Join Curt, Cliff and their great staff for a fun filled week of on-ice technical skating & skills instruction, off-ice athletic training and sporting games. The camp runs all day with lunch and snacks provided daily. For more information contact: Curt Ketchen (204) 782-8607, or Cliff Ketchen (204) 890-5247,

Corydon Connection Spring 2014  
Corydon Connection Spring 2014