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Your Recreation, Culture & Community Services Guide 265 Cannifton Rd., Belleville, ON K8N 4V8 613-966-4632 qswc.ca prgeneral@city.belleville.on.ca TTY 613-771-9781 This publication is available in an alternate format upon request

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creation Programs City Taxpayers: Augu st 22, 2016 Non-City Taxpayers: August 25, 2016 Aquatic Programs City Taxpayers: Augu st 29, 2016 Non-City Taxpayers: September 1, 2016 The Anderson’s


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FALL 2016/WINTER 2017

k o o b P lay TABLE OF CONTENTS Administration..............................5-6 Recreation Services....................7-17 Aquatics Programs.................. 18-44 Skating Programs.................... 45-48 Older Adult Programs............. 53-60 Adult Programs........................ 63-74 Children’s Programs................ 75-86 Youth-Teen Programs.............. 87-89 Culture...................................... 90-95 Community Services.............. 96-101 www.qswc.ca • 613-966-4632 • prgeneral@city.belleville.on.ca • Fall 2016/Winter 2017 Playbook | 3


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Administration THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BELLEVLLE OFFICE OF THE MAYOR On behalf of my colleagues on Council I am pleased to present the 2016/2017 Fall & Winter Recreation, Culture & Community Services Playbook! This in-depth and informative Playbook details the vast array of sport and health programs offered by our Recreation, Culture & Community Services Department, demonstrating their commitment to keeping our residents healthy and active year round. I encourage you to stay informed about these activities by visiting our website at belleville.ca. Our state of the art Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre provides an opportunity for each and every resident to engage in health and fitness activities and is the ideal location to stay active in the colder months. We invite you to utilize the many programs on offer in this Playbook and wish you all a happy and healthy Fall & Winter.

Taso A. Christopher Mayor

RECREATION, CULTURE & COMMUNITY SERVICES DIRECTOR’S MESSAGE It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to yet another edition of the Fall/Winter Playbook. This Playbook will provide you with an abundance of recreation, culture and leisure pursuits in your community. You work eight hours and sleep eight hours. Why not build eight hours of recreation and culture into your life? After all, recreation means to recreate you. What better way than to try something different. It might be a new sport you have never played or sign up for that class or program you have been meaning to attend. Whatever your interest, our friendly, knowledgeable staff is always happy to help you choose just the right program or activity to add value to your quality of life through active and healthy living. Being involved in recreation and cultural activities is a great way to stay healthy and active and a fun way to connect with other people. So enjoy the many opportunities that help make Belleville a great place to live, visit and play. Mark Fluhrer Director

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Administration Recreation, Culture & Community Services Contact Information • qswc.ca Office Location: 265 Cannifton Road, Belleville, ON. K8N 4V8 General Inquiries and Program Registration: TEL: 613-966-4632 Fax Number: 613-967-3207 TTY: 613-771-9781 General E-Mail: prgeneral@city.belleville.on.ca

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Mission Statement

The Recreation, Culture & Community Services Department of the City of Belleville is dedicated to improving the quality of life for the citizens of our community through the provision of services that are inclusive, responsive, innovative and efficient, while striving for excellence.

Administration Director Mark Fluhrer, 613-967-3217 mfluhrer@city.belleville.on.ca

Marketing & Customer Relations Coordinator Tracy Newton, 613-967-3200 ext. 3265 tnewton@city.belleville.on.ca

Administrative Assistant Krista Keller, 613-967-3218 kkeller@city.belleville.on.ca

Recreation Program Supervisor Tanya Grierson, 613-967-3200 ext. 3822 tgrierson@city.belleville.on.ca

Manager of Recreation Services Mark Wilson, 613-967-3293 mwilson@city.belleville.on.ca

Aquatics Coordinator Sarah Routhier, 613-967-3200 ext. 3823 srouthier@city.belleville.on.ca

Facilities Manager Peter Lyng, 613-967-3230 plyng@city.belleville.on.ca

Recreation Program Assistant Karen Weichenthal, 613-967-3200 ext. 3266 kweichenthal@city.belleville.on.ca

Facilities Supervisor Steve LaFrance, 613-967-3200 ext. 3277 slafrance@city.belleville.on.ca

Recreation Programmer Caitlin Gnidec, 613-967-3200 ext. 3811 cgnidec@city.belleville.on.ca

Supervisor, Rentals & Bookings Mary Boyd, 613-967-3200 ext. 3808 mboyd@city.belleville.on.ca

Properties Manager Joel Carr-Braint, 613-967-3200 ext. 3292 Jcarr-braint@city.belleville.on.ca

Rental Assistant Erika Rogers, 613-967-3200 ext. 3845 erogers@city.belleville.on.ca

Properties Supervisor Rob McGlashan, 613-967-3200 ext. 3278 rmcglashan@city.belleville.on.ca

Glanmore National Historic Site

Location: 257 Bridge Street East, K8N 1P4 • Tel: 613-962-2329 ext. 3650 • Fax: 613-962-6340 • www.glanmore.ca Curator Education and Marketing Coordinator Rona Rustige, 613-962-2329 ext. 3652 Melissa Wakeling, 613-962-2329 ext. 3653 rrustige@city.belleville.on.ca mwakeling@city.belleville.on.ca Administrative & Collections Assistant Danielle McMahon-Jones, 613-962-2329 ext. 3654, dmcmahonjones@city.belleville.on.ca

Community Archives of Belleville & Hastings County

Now located at 254 Pinnacle Street, Belleville, ON K8N 3B1, 2nd floor, Belleville Public Library Archivist Amanda Hill, 613-967-3304 ahill@city.belleville.ca archives@cabhc.ca http://cabhc.ca Hours of Operation: Mon-Thu, 9.30 am -12 pm and 1-4 pm.

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Recreation Services PROGRAM REGISTRATION 2016 Fall and 2017 Winter Program Registration Dates Recreation Programs: City Taxpayers: August 22, 2016 / Non-City Taxpayers: August 25, 2016 Aquatic Programs: City Taxpayers: August 29, 2016 / Non-City Taxpayers: September 1, 2016

BY PHONE

Call the Recreation, Culture & Community Services Department TEL: 613-966-4632 Please note: Phone lines will be extremely busy. We appreciate your patience. TTY: 613-771-9781

ONLINE

Call 613-966-4632 or email prgeneral@city.belleville.on.ca for your LOGIN ID and PIN Go to www.qswc.ca and click “REC ONLINE” at the bottom right of the screen. Obtain your Login ID and PIN before registration begins as it can take up to 24 hours during registration season.

IN PERSON

Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre, 265 Cannifton Road Monday to Friday, 8:30am - 8:30pm, Saturday & Sunday, 8:00am - 8:00pm (hours may vary on the weekend from time to time) City Hall, 169 Front Street, Monday to Friday, 8:30am - 4:30pm Save yourself disappointment and register early. Many classes fill quickly. If participant numbers are too low, classes may have to be cancelled.

SAVE THE DATE

Spring and Summer 2017 Registration Spring & Summer Recreation Programs: City Taxpayers: March 20, 2017 Non-City Taxpayers: March 23, 2017 Spring & Summer Aquatics: City Taxpayers: March 27, 2017 Non-City Taxpayers: March 30, 2017 Summer Day Camp Programs: City Taxpayers: April 24, 2017 Non-City Taxpayers: April 27, 2017

Errors and Cancellations We do our best to run the programs as outlined in the Playbook, but a course instructor, date, time, location or fee may change. Please visit the Programs, Schedules & Cancellations page on the website at www.qswc.ca for the most up to date course information or call 613-966-4632

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Recreation Services Registration Information General Information: Registrations will begin at 8:30am on the first day of registration. Registrations will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. Receipts for registrations received by telephone will be mailed. Please register early to avoid program cancellation due to low enrolment. Insufficient registrations may necessitate the cancellation of the program. To ensure the safety and enjoyment of all participants and to preserve our facilities for their intended use, all participants 10 years and over who are accessing the Family Dental Centre Indoor Track and special program areas, including the Templeman Menninga Aquatic Centre must obtain a FREE Wellness Passport and scan their card at the doors during each visit. (Must be 13+ to use the track without a parent). Method of Payment: Payment may be made by cheque, credit card (Visa or Master Card), debit card or cash. Please make cheques payable to the City of Belleville. Any cheques returned from the bank are subject to a fee of $45.00 per cheque. Class Cancellations and Inclement Weather: Recreation programs offered by the City of Belleville may be cancelled for a number of reasons; including low registration numbers, inclement weather, instructor illness, etc.

If the program you want is cancelled, due to low enrolment, you will be notified by telephone before the program start date. Please be sure to provide us with your home, cell, email, and work numbers at the time of registration. A class missed (by the participant) cannot be made up at any other time or in any other session. If a class is cancelled due to inclement weather, illness of an instructor, unavailability of facility, or an act of God, every attempt will be made to have the missed class made up. Visit the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre website at www.qswc.ca for up to date information on program changes and cancellations or Follow us on Twitter @QSWC or like us on Facebook - Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre. The Department reserves the right to change the time, location, instructor or fee for a program. Inclusive Recreation: All Recreation programs offered by the City of Belleville are provided in an inclusive environment. Participants who wish to bring a support person for assistance are always welcome in any of our Recreation Programs. Financial assistance in the form of fee reductions is available for families and individuals that qualify. Please see our Fee Assistance Policy or call our office for more information.

Visit us at QSWC.ca Refund/Withdrawal Process for Clients Program Cancelled by Us

You will be notified just prior to your course start date if we cancel a program. You will have the option to switch to another program or receive a credit on your account that can be used for any future registrations. All refunds must be specifically requested.

If you withdraw from a program PRIOR to the start date

A refund in the form of a credit will be placed on your account and is subject to a $15 administration fee.

If you wish to withdraw from a program AFTER the program has started

No refund or credit will be issued except for special circumstances. You will have the option of transferring to another program should space be available. The $15.00 administration fee is not charged for transfers.

If you withdraw from a program due to medical reasons

The refund will be issued on a pro-rated basis and the administration fee is waived.

Refunds will be issued in the form of a credit on your account unless a refund is specifically requested. All credits on account can be used towards future registrations. Refunds will be issued using the original payment method (except for cash). Debit/ Credit payments will go back on the original card within 10-12 business days. Cheque payments will be refunded within 10-15 business days from clearing our system. In the event of multiple program withdrawals, the $15.00 administration fee will only be charged once per transaction, not per individual program withdrawn.

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Recreation Services

City of Belleville Recreation Program Fee Assistance Why is it important? We believe that all residents of Belleville should be given the opportunity to enjoy the many benefits of participating in recreation activities, regardless of their financial situation. Who is eligible? Residents of Belleville; Families and/or individuals living below the “Low-Income Cut Off” (LICO) level are eligible to apply and the subsidy assistance amount will be determined on an individual basis, with subsidies from 25% to 75% off the cost of the program. Should there be a request for assistance from a resident who exceeds the income levels on the Recreation Subsidy Chart, an assessment will be completed to determine other options for payment and/or support to the applicant. What is available for subsidy? If approved the applicant will be eligible to register for the following number of programs/workshops per year: • A maximum of 5 weeks of summer camps • A maximum of 2 sessions of aquatic lessons • A maximum of 1 session of skating lessons • A maximum of 1 program/workshop per session (4 sessions per year), for all other programs • Up to 50% off Workout Studio, Gym, Swim & Skate Passes

How to apply: It’s as easy as 1 – 2 – 3! 1. Get your subsidy application form at the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre (265 Cannifton Road) or online at www. qswc.ca 2. Drop off your application (or fax or e-mail) and make an appointment by calling 613-967-3200 ext. 3266. At the appointment, bring in the applicant’s (or parent/guardian, if under 18) Personal Income Tax Notice/GST/Child Tax Credit Assessment Forms from Revenue Canada, ODSP Payment stubs, and acceptable proof of income for every member of the household over the age of 18 and one piece of picture ID that shows current address or a picture ID and a utility bill/rental agreement showing current address. 3. You will be notified within 10 business days of the subsidy available. You only need to apply for the subsidy once per year and if approved your name will be placed on a list, enabling you to register for programs without having to re-apply each time. The balance of the registration fee must be paid at least 2 weeks before the program/ workshop begins. Programs must have the minimum required number of participants enrolled in order for it to run.

The “Playing for Keeps” program strives to give all children and youth the opportunity to experience the fun of being a child. “Playing for Keeps” is a special fund distributed and administered by the Quinte Children’s Foundation, which helps pay for the cost of registration so children can participate in recreational programs. To be eligible for funding, children and youth must reside in Hastings County and be ages 4-18 years from families with an inability to pay. Funds may be provided to help with the cost of participating in sport, recreation, arts and cultural activities, which require at least biweekly organized participation. For example: Brownies/Scouts, swimming lessons, soccer, softball, music lessons, etc.

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Where everyone is welcome! Activities for all ages & stages.

Swimming, Skating, Walking Track, Gymnasium, Arenas, Workout Studio, Youth Room, 50+ Centre and so much more! With more than 330,000 square feet, the QSWC includes: four arenas, aquatic centre, gymnasium, indoor track, Belleville’s 50+ Centre, youth room, three fitness studios, community group rental space, transit stop, free Wi-Fi, retail space, Courtyard Cafe by Vineyard Grill, pro shop and more.

Visit qswc.ca or call us at 613-966-4632 265 Cannifton Road, Belleville ON TEL: 613-966-4632 TTY: 613-771-9781 • prgeneral@city.belleville.on.ca • www.qswc.ca Follow us on Twitter @QSWC or Like us on Facebook at Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre

Scan the QR code to visit the QSWC

Visit our friendly customer service staff 7 days/week

Mon. to Fri. 8:30am - 4:30pm (Full Service) Mon. to Fri. 4:30pm - 8:30pm Sat. & Sun. 8:00am – 8:00pm (Extended hours for registration, drop in programs, rental payments and general inquiries)

Holidays & Special Hours of Operation September 5

Closed for Labour Day

December 25

Closed for Christmas

October 8 & 9

Special Holiday Schedule (Regular Ice)

December 26

Closed for Boxing Day

October 10

Closed for Thanksgiving

December 27

Special Activity Schedule (Regular Ice)

October 31

Closed at 4:00 p.m. for Halloween (Regular Ice)

December 28/29

Regular Operations

November 11

Remembrance Day: Regular Ice Only. No programs, pool closed, service desk and administration offices closed.

December 30/31

Closed at Noon

December 16

Closed at 4:30 p.m. (Except ice operations) for RCCS Christmas party

January 1

Closed for New Year’s Day (Mayor’s New Year’s Levee Only (see special holiday schedule)

February 20

Family Day – Special Holiday Schedule

December 23/ 24

Closed at Noon

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Recreation Services Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre Tips to make your visit more enjoyable Photos & Video Cameras Cell phones, cameras and video cameras are not permitted in the change rooms, washrooms, pool viewing area and aquatic centre. Lost & Found Lost and found items are kept at the customer service counter for a short period of time and then donated to charity. Please note for health & safety reasons, wet towels and wet bathing suits may not be kept.

General Facility Information: Please be aware that your actions have an effect on others. To ensure a safe, rewarding and positive experience for all users and staff, please treat everyone with respect and dignity. Unsafe, disrespectful or inappropriate behaviour could result in removal of privileges. • Outdoor shoes, food, drinks and personal belongings are not permitted in the fitness or track areas • No cell phone usage is permitted in fitness areas • We Share the Air. Please avoid the use of perfume, cologne, scented hairspray and other scented products • Children under the age of 10 must have a parent or guardian remain in the facility Leave Valuables at Home The City of Belleville is not responsible for lost or stolen items. We strongly encourage you to leave your valuables at home and bring a lock for your locker. Locks are available for sale at the customer service counter if you have forgotten yours. Wellness Passport To ensure the safety and enjoyment of all participants and to preserve our facilities for their intended use, all participants 10 years and over who are accessing the Family Dental Centre Indoor Track and special program areas, including the Templeman Menninga Aquatic Centre must obtain a FREE Wellness Passport and scan their card at the doors during each visit. There is a $5.00 replacement fee for lost cards. If your card is lost or stolen, please report it immediately so staff can deactivate the card.

t f i G Certificates Available You set the amount, They pick the activity

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Recreation Services Advertising Opportunities at the QSWC We offer advertising for: arena boards, wall boards, ice logos, digital TV ads, marquee sign and wall framed posters. With well over one million people visits annually and 20,000 people driving by on Cannifton Road, coupled with the various ages and stages using the Centre, we can help you reach your target audience. • • •

Year round activities at the Centre provide you with ongoing exposure opportunities throughout all seasons. We offer affordable rates and good value for your money. By placing your company’s advertisement in our community centre, you are adding to the community spirit of the Centre and those that visit the facility.

Contact Tracy Newton at 613-967-3200 x3265 or email at tnewton@city.belleville.on.ca for information

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Cell phones, cameras and video cameras are not permitted in changerooms, washrooms, pool viewing area and aquatic centre

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Recreation Services Become a Naming Sponsor What are Naming Rights? The City of Belleville is a progressive municipal organization. The City has a strong commitment to exploring public/private partnerships that provide additional and/or enhanced services to its citizens and customers. The City of Belleville’s objective is to provide corporations, businesses, groups, organizations and individuals with an opportunity to own the naming rights to a specific asset/facility within the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre for a defined period of time.  This arrangement will provide an abundance of exposure opportunities to any successful naming rights holder, increase the City’s partnerships and provide much needed revenues to cover the costs of programs and services within the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre, ultimately benefitting the entire community.

Existing Naming Sponsors Thank you for the generous support of our existing naming sponsors. • Templeman Menninga Aquatic Centre • Family Dental Centre Arena • Family Dental Centre Indoor Track • MacKay Insurance Arena (formally Rink B) (NEW) Facilities/Assets Available The following facilities/assets are available for naming rights. The naming rights for the overall Centre and the Yardmen and Wally Dever Arenas are not available for naming rights. • Gymnasium, Multipurpose Room, Fireplace Room, Meeting Rooms (various), Public Lounge, Outdoor Courtyard, Belleville’s 50+ Centre,  Youth Room, Workout Studio, Yoga Studio, Aerobics Studio, Preschool Room

Become part of the cheering section and become a naming sponsor today! Contact Tracy Newton at 613-967-3200 x 3265 or email at tnewton@city.belleville.on.ca for rates and additional information.

Keep Moving, Keep Active!

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Recreation Services Wellness Passport Program - Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre To ensure the safety and enjoyment of all participants and to preserve our facilities for their intended use, all participants 10 years and over who are accessing the Family Dental Centre Indoor Track (must be 13+ for track use) and special program areas, including the Templeman Menninga Aquatic Centre must obtain a FREE Wellness Passport and scan their card at each of the doors during each visit. What is a Wellness Passport? The Wellness Passport is a card that provides free access to the Family Dental Centre Indoor Track. You can also load your Wellness Passport with your purchased activities and registered programs (prices vary depending on the activity or program). The Wellness Passport will also provide you with access into the program/pool and change room areas as required. Get Your Passport Today! Passports are available FREE OF CHARGE through the customer service desk at the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre. • Visit, email or call the Recreation, Culture & Community Services office to get your Wellness Passport form • Complete the form, drop into the office with a valid form of picture identification and have your picture taken • Your Wellness Passport is ready to go! • Participate and enjoy and be sure to scan your card each time you visit us! Activity Type Recreational Gym/Swim/Skate/Workout Pass (includes public swims, length swims, therapy swims, family swims and seniors swims, drop in gymnasium programs, public skating, adult skating, family skating, workout studio) (13+ years) Aqua Fitness Pass* (instructional)

Drop-in Fees/Multi-Packs More options, more choice – all to serve you better! Our focus is to ensure that services and activities are accessible to all income levels and are flexible enough to fit into everyone’s lifestyle and busy schedules. We offer enhanced registered programs and offer many activities on a drop in basis (pay as you go) or a multi-pass option, which offers a cost savings. The following programs are available on a drop in basis, through the purchase of passes, and for some programs, through prepaid, registered recreation programs:

Drop in per visit (includes HST) $2.75 (Gym/Swim/Skate) $3.00 (Workout Studio)

Multi-Packs (includes HST) 10 pack - $25.00 20 pack - $45.00 40 pack - $80.00

Programs/ Other Options Swimming lessons, skating lessons, registered gym programs and other aquatic programs are available for an additional fee.

$8.50 per visit

10 pack - $81.00

Session Pass: Fall: $207+HST Winter: $189.75 +HST (unlimited aqua-fit classes per session)

Fitness Classes Pass* (instructional)

$8.00 per visit

10 pack - $75.00

Various programs to choose from

Family Dental Centre Indoor Track (under 13 must be accompanied by an adult)

Free of Charge

N/A

Shinny Hockey

$5.50

N/A

Figure Skating Practice Ice

$5.50

N/A

Pre-school Drop-in Programs

$6.00

N/A

Drop-in Programs for Children

$6.25

N/A

Drop-in Programs for Youth/Teens

$8.00

N/A

Older Adult Drop-in Yoga

$6.00

$60.00

Senior’s Luncheon

$7.75

N/A

Last Monday of each month.

$5.00

N/A

Open Mon. – Fri.: 9am-4pm (Membership renewal each Jan)

Belleville’s 50+ Centre - Annual Membership

Hours 6:00am-9:00pm daily. Visit www.qswc.ca for the schedule of these activities. Various programs to choose from. Visit www.qswc.ca for the schedule of these activities. Various programs to choose from

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Recreation Services What’s Your Story?

Featuring Marie & Katherine Anderson Interview by Norman Markland, Customer Service

Marie and Katherine Anderson - mother daughter combo from Marmora, ON are frequent visitors to the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre (QSWC). Marie is a mom of four children, a community volunteer for Gateway Community Health Unit, and a school volunteer for Sacred Heart Catholic School and Earl Prentice Public School in Marmora. Both Marie and Katherine use our facility an average of three times per week. They find the centre to be clean, bright and an inviting atmosphere. They find the building easy to use, navigate around and accessible for everyone’s needs. Marie first heard about the QSWC from a friend who lives in Belleville. She was looking for an indoor pool facility that offered swim lessons year round for her daughter and the QSWC had just what she needed. Marie attends Aqua Fitness programs on Wednesday evenings while Katherine takes swim lessons. “We come swimming during the public/family swims and use the Family Dental Centre walking track on the weekends,” said Marie. “We try and use the facility as often as possible.” They both like coming to the QSWC because of how relatively inexpensive it is to use the swimming pool and workout studio, along with the great structured classes. Marie states, “I have found the staff here to be most helpful in answering questions, making suggestions and directing my questions to the appropriate people when they are not able to help me. The staff is a good bunch of people that are inviting, patient, warm, friendly and just a pleasure to work with.”

equipment (especially the zip line) at Zwicks Park. Marie loves to jog around the many trails.

Left to Right : Katherine and Marie Anderson

Marie and Katherine are constantly telling family and friends about the QSWC. She wants people to become more aware of the facility and about everything that there is to offer here. In the past, the Anderson’s have brought friends and extended family members to enjoy many different activities at the centre. Their friends have been very impressed with what is available. Marie says, “Unless you get out and see the facility for yourself, you won’t know if you will like or be able to use the facility.” Marie recalls one of her favourite moments being when Katherine passed the facility swim test and earned her green card. Katherine was only six at the time! The family stated that they love to use our parks alongside our complex. They use the Pirate Ship Splash Pad in Riverside Park, the amenities at Zwick’s Park and the many trails throughout the city. Marie said her kids love the boat at the Pirate Ship located at Riverside Park and the playground

We asked the family if there were any suggestions on how we could improve our greenspaces and properties around the city and if they had any suggestions on programs or activities they would like to possibly see. “I would like to see a water park at Zwicks Park as the wading pool is no longer in use. It is a perfect location to spend a summer’s day in the fresh air, sunshine, and playing on the equipment, but the kids do get hot and need a place to cool down.”

“A body in motion – stays in motion. A body at rest – stays at rest.” “A body in motion – stays in motion. A body at rest – stays at rest,” says Marie. She stated that people should use our outdoor and indoor spaces like the QSWC to promote ‘Physical Literacy’.  Physical Literacy is when kids have developed the skills and confidence to be active in lots of different sports and physical activities. The Anderson family has always loved being active and involved in sports to build friendships, have fun and maintain good health. Marie states, “As a parent of four children, and now two grandchildren, it is very important for me to set this example by being active and involving the kids in play & sport for health & wellbeing.”

Interested in your family being featured in our Playbook? Visit our customer service desk to learn how. www.qswc.ca • 613-966-4632 • prgeneral@city.belleville.on.ca • Fall 2016/Winter 2017 Playbook | 15


Recreation Services Birthday Party Packages at the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre BOOK YOUR PARTY WITH US! We provide: The location, the fun, and a Program Leader to host your party and to provide age appropriate party crafts, games and/or sports (depending on the package selected). You provide: • Food, drinks, cake, candles & a knife (for the cake) • Plates, napkins, cutlery • Loot Bags SPORTS PACKAGE: (Ages 5 & up) Available: Friday 6-8pm OR Sunday 11am-1pm OR Sunday 1:30-3:30pm Package includes: 1 hour in the Gymnasium with a Party Host leading sports activities and 1 hour in the gym meeting room. Our party host will lead a variety of sports such as soccer, dodgeball, floorball, basketball, etc. PRESCHOOL PACKAGE: (Ages 1-6) Available: Saturday 1-3pm Package includes: 2 hours in the Preschool Room with a Party Host leading games, music, crafts and party activities with four options: A: Ages 1-3 - PARTY FUN B: Ages 3-6 - JUST WANNA HAVE FUN C: Ages 3-6 - PIRATES & PRINCESSES D: Ages 3-6 - SUPER HERO KIDS YOUTH ROOM PACKAGE: (Ages 7-13) Available: Saturday 3:30-5:30pm Package includes: 2 hours in the Youth Room and a meeting room (for food) with a Party Host supervising youth room activities (Foosball, Air Hockey, Ping pong, Video Games). Please note: • Cost for Birthday Party Packages is $140 +HST • Package price is for a maximum of 24 guests • Full payment & a signed agreement are required to confirm your party. • Parties must be booked two weeks in advance.

Party Booking Procedure 1. Packages and dates are limited, so, be sure to book early. To see the party options, dates available and to register, visit: http://qswc.ca, click “Register”, then “Register Online” and search: Programs, Youth, Special Interest to see the Birthday Party Program options. To receive your log-in information for the site, contact our customer service desk at 613-966-4632. Please note that M/C or Visa is required to book your party online. 2. For further information, or other payment options, please contact Caitlin Gnidec: cgnidec@city.belleville.on.ca or 613967-3200 ext. 3811.

For POOL or ICE rentals, call our office for more information at 613-966-4632. 16 | Fall 2016/ Winter 2017 Playbook • www.qswc.ca • 613-966-4632 • prgeneral@city.belleville.on.ca


Recreation Services Seniors’ Showcase Information Fair

Information for this event was not available at the time of publication. If your organization/business is interested in assisting the City of Belleville, Recreation, Culture & Community Services Department with this event, please contact Karen Weichenthal at kweichenthal@city.belleville.on.ca

City of Belleville HONOURS AND AWARDS PROGRAM Recognizing Excellence in Sports Do you know someone who has won an Ontario or Canadian Championship or has been a representative at an International Game? The City of Belleville, through its Honours and Awards Program, wants to recognize the achievements of any members of the various sports organizations within the city limits who have won an Ontario or Canadian Championship, or have been chosen as a representative at any of the International Games. In order for an individual or team to be eligible, the following criteria must be met: • Must be a winner of a recognized Open Ontario Championship, recognized Open Canadian competition or represent Canada in International Competition

Must be a member of a Belleville based club or organization or an individual who is a resident of the City of Belleville • The competition must be open to any individual • Ceremony is held each Spring for the previous calendar year. The next Honours & Awards Ceremony will take place in the Spring of 2017. Nomination forms for athletic achievement from January 1st to December 31st, 2016 are due by January 20, 2017. The nomination package is available at the Recreation, Culture and Community Services Office at the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre, or visit www.qswc.ca or email prgeneral@city.belleville.on.ca for an electronic version.

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Aquatics Aquatic Facilities Templeman Menninga Aquatic Centre at the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre 265 Cannifton Road, 613-966-4632 prgeneral@city.belleville.on.ca

Main Pool 25mx22m (8 lane pool) 1m diving board and wheelchair ramp entry Depth: 2.13m to 3.6m Max. Capacity: 210 people Approximate Temperature: 84˚F Therapy Pool 10mx12m 2 – 10m long lanes 10 therapy jets in a seated area Ramp and stair entry Depth: 0.914m to 1.35m Max. capacity: 70 People Approximate Temperature: 90˚F Preschool Pool 10mx5m Splash Features Beach entry to 0.8m Max. capacity: 30 people Approximate Temperature: 90˚F

Pool Closed: Sept. 3rd – Sept. 18th for Annual Maintenance WHY IS AN ANNUAL MAINTENANCE REQUIRED?   Traditionally, all large pools close for a period of maintenance each year. As pools are very busy throughout the year, they require deep down cleaning and thorough maintenance that requires machinery (i.e. lifts) to be on the deck. Pools and their mechanical systems need to be drained, inspected, cleaned, re-grouted (when necessary), and it requires time down in order to complete these tasks each year. If regular maintenance is not done each year we could be forced to shut down the pool in the middle of the season and faced with a situation where we are waiting for mechanical parts. This would impact our regular users and our scheduled programs. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Pool Closure Dates Due To Holidays, Maintenance and Swim Meets

Sept. 3rd – 18th Oct. 10th, Oct. 31st at 4:00pm, Nov. 11th, Nov. 25th at 5:00pm, 26th, 27th Dec. 16th at 4:30pm, Dec. 23rd at 11:00am, 24th at 11:00am, 25th, 26th, 30th at 11:00am, 31st at 11:00am Jan. 1st, 13th from 8:00 – 4pm, 14th, 15th, Feb. 3rd, 4th, 5th, 15th from 8-4pm, 22nd from 8-4pm, March 3rd, 4th, 5th,

*NEW* Holiday Pool Schedule: Oct. 8th, 9th, Dec. 27th, Jan. 2nd, Feb. 20th, 10:30am - 12:00pm - Public Swim & Lane Swim 12:30pm - 2:00pm - Public Swim & Lane Swim 2:30pm - 4:00pm - Public Swim & Lane Swim Swimmers are required to pay for each individual swim if wanting to attend more than one swim. Leave valuables at home and bring a lock for your locker.

Pool schedule is subject to change. Check www.qswc.ca for updates.

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Aquatics Pool Admissions Policy

• All NON-SWIMMERS must remain in the shallow end. Floatation devices are not allowed in the deep end. • Any child under 7 years must have a parent/guardian within arms reach at ALL times. • Children between the ages of 7-9 years must pass the facility swim test otherwise they are required to have a parent/ guardian within arms reach. • Children between the ages of 7-9 years who can pass the facility swim test, require a parent/guardian to remain in the aquatic facility at all times. All rental groups are responsible for having Emergency contact information for all participants (forms provided) • Any child swimming alone in the facility must be a minimum of 10 years of age. • All swimmers will be required to wear a coloured wristband (red, yellow, green and purple) while swimming, as outlined in diagrams above. Lane Swimming Etiquette: Swim in an empty lane if there is one available and if you need to share a lane, let the swimmer/ swimmers already in the lane know you’re getting in by standing on the edge of the pool or by dangling your foot in the pool. • Choose a lane with swimmers who are swimming at your pace and always swim in a counter-clockwise circle. • To pass someone, tap their feet and when it is safe to do so, swim past them. Do not pass if there is a possibility of meeting a swimmer travelling in the opposite direction. • Do not speed up if someone tries to pass you and do not swim directly behind the swimmer ahead of you, as this may result in injuries. • Do not use another swimmer’s equipment unless they give you permission to do so. • Swim using strokes that are appropriate for the number of swimmers in your lane. (For example, do not use fly if there are other people in your lane.) • Be polite. Explain lane swimming etiquette to other swimmers in a courteous manner and if you have any questions, please feel free to ask a lifeguard. www.qswc.ca • 613-966-4632 • prgeneral@city.belleville.on.ca • Fall 2016/Winter 2017 Playbook | 19

Serious Medical Conditions: Those with serious medical conditions should be accompanied by an individual knowledgeable of their condition and responsible for their direct supervision. What to wear? Proper bathing attire means bathing attire only. Sorry, no street clothes, shoes or undergarments. Please wear proper footwear outside of the pool. No bare feet outside of the pool deck or changerooms. All children not toilet trained must wear an article of clothing (with elastic legs) and/or a swim diaper that will keep fecal matter contained in the event of a fouling. These can be purchased at our customer service desk for $2.00. No disposable diapers are permitted. Pool Foulings: In the event of a pool fouling, we must close the pool to properly sanitize the water. Unfortunately these events are unpredictable and the pool can be closed anywhere from 1 hour to 13 hours. Health Department Regulations: These regulations are posted on the entrance to the pool deck and on the pool deck and must be followed. Showers are mandatory prior to entry and re-entry to the pool by all bathers.


Aquatics Fall 2016 – Spring 2017 Recreational Swim Schedule Templeman Menninga Aquatic Centre Sept. 19th, 2016 – June 30th, 2017

Swim Lane Swim (MP) Come and do some laps in the slow, medium or fast lanes. (Pool may be shared) Family Swim All children under the age 16 must be accompanied by an adult who remains in the pool with them.

Mon

Tues

Wed

Fri

Sat

Sun

7:00am 8:45am

6:00am 8:45am

7:00am 8:45am

6:00am 8:45am

7:00am 8:00am

8:00am 9:00am

11:00am 12:45pm

11:00am 12:45pm

11:00am 12:45pm

11:00am 12:45pm

11:00am 12:45pm

12:00pm 3:00pm

1:00pm 3:00pm

3:00pm 4:00pm

3:00pm 4:00pm

3:00pm 4:00pm

3:00pm 4:00pm

3:00pm 4:00pm

5:00pm 7:00pm

8:00pm 9:00pm

8:00pm 9:00pm

8:00pm 9:00pm

8:00pm 9:00pm

8:00pm 9:00pm

9:00am 10:45am (MP/PP)

9:00am 10:45am (MP/ PP)

9:00am 10:45am (MP/PP/TP)

9:00am 10:45am (MP/PP)

9:00am 10:45am (MP/PP)

4:00pm5:00pm (MP/PP)

4:00pm5:00pm (TP/PP)

4:00pm 5:00pm (TP/PP)

9:00am 10:15am (MP/TP/PP)

7:45pm – 9:00pm (TP/PP)

Public Swim (MP/TP/PP) Lanes may be available for lap swimming, if space allows.

11:00am 12:45pm

Therapy Open Swim (TP) Open to anyone wanting to use the therapy pool.

7:00am 8:45am

7:00am 8:45am

7:00am 8:45am

3:00pm 4:00pm

3:00pm 4:00pm

3:00pm 4:00pm

Senior’s Swim

Thurs

6:00am 8:45am

11:00am 12:45pm

11:00am 12:45pm

11:00am 12:45pm

11:00am 12:45pm

1:00pm 3:00pm

7:10pm 9:00pm

5:00pm 7:00pm

7:00am 8:45am

7:00am 8:45am

8:00am 9:30am

3:00pm 4:00pm

3:00pm 4:00pm

4:00pm 5:00pm

1:00pm 3:00pm

7:10pm 9:00pm

8:00pm – 9:00pm 2:00pm 3:00pm (TP/MP)

8:00am 9:00am

8:00pm – 9:00pm 2:00pm 3:00pm (TP/MP)

2:00pm 3:00pm (TP/MP)

2:00pm 3:00pm (TP/MP)

2:00pm 3:00pm (TP/MP)

TP = Therapy Pool / MP = Main Pool / PP = Preschool Pool Pool Closure Dates Due To Holidays, Maintenance and Swim Meets Sept. 3rd – 18th, Oct. 10th, Oct. 31st at 4pm Nov. 11th, Nov. 25th at 5pm, 26th, 27th Dec. 16th at 4:30pm, Dec. 23rd at 11am, 24th at 11:00am, 25th, 26th, 30th at 11:00am, 31st at 11:00am Jan. 1st, 13th from 8-4pm, 14th, 15th Feb. 3rd, 4th, 5th, 15th from 8-4pm, 22nd from 8-4pm March 3rd, 4th, 5th

*NEW* Holiday Pool Schedule All swims are $2.75/ Oct. 8th, 9th, Dec. 27th, Jan. 2nd, Feb. 20th person or purchase 10:30am - 12:00pm - Public Swim & Lane Swim a 10 visit pass for 12:30pm - 2:00pm - Public Swim & Lane Swim $25.00 2:30pm - 4:00pm - Public Swim & Lane Swim Children 2yrs & under Swimmers are required to pay for each swim are FREE! if attending more than one swim per day See the Special *NEW* PA Day Extra Swims Holiday Schedule 12:00-1:00pm & 3:00-4:00pm for Extra Swims Only Main Pool & Preschool Pool Open during Christmas Sept. 30th, Oct 28th, Nov. 25th, Feb. 3rd, Mar 3rd. and March Break!

Pool schedule is subject to change. Check www.qswc.ca for updates. 20 | Fall 2016/ Winter 2017 Playbook • www.qswc.ca • 613-966-4632 • prgeneral@city.belleville.on.ca


Aquatics Special Holiday Recreation Pool Schedule Templeman Menninga Aquatic Centre 265 Cannifton Rd, Belleville 613-966-4632 Christmas 2016 & March Break 2017 Christmas Extra Swims Mon

Tues

Wed

Thurs

Fri

Sat

Sun

Dec. 12th 7:10-9:00pm (MP/TP/PP)

Dec. 13th 5:00 – 6:30pm (2 lanes/TP/PP)

Dec. 14th 5:00 – 7:00pm (TP/PP) 7:10 – 9:00pm (TP/PP, MP available at 8:00pm)

Dec. 15th 5:00 – 7:00pm (TP/PP) 7:10 – 9:00pm (MP/TP/PP)

Dec. 16th Pool closed at 4:30pm

Dec. 17th 10:30 – 12:30pm (MP/TP/PP)

Dec. 18th 10:30 – 12:30pm (MP/TP/PP)

Dec. 19th 7:10-9:00pm (MP/TP/PP)

Dec. 20th 5:00 – 6:30pm (2 lanes/TP/PP)

Dec. 21st 5:00 – 7:00pm (TP/PP) 7:10 – 9:00pm (TP/PP, MP available at 8:00pm)

Dec. 22nd 5:00 – 7:00pm (TP/PP) 7:10 – 9:00pm (MP/TP/PP)

Dec. 23rd Pool closed at 11:00am

Dec. 24th Pool closed at 11:00am

Dec. 25th Pool Closed

Dec. 26th Pool Closed

Dec. 27th 10:30 - 12:00pm (MP/TP/PP) 12:30 - 2:00pm (MP/TP/PP) 2:30 - 4:00pm (MP/TP/PP)

Dec. 28th 5:00 – 7:00pm (TP/PP) 7:10 – 9:00pm (TP/PP, MP available at 8:00pm)

Dec. 29th 5:00 – 7:00pm (TP/PP) 7:10 – 9:00pm (MP/TP/PP)

Dec. 30th Pool closed at 11:00am

Dec. 31st Pool closed at 11:00am

Jan. 1st Pool Closed

March 18th Regular Swim Schedule

March 19th Regular Swim Schedule

March Break Extra Swims March 13th 7:10-9:00pm (MP/TP/PP)

March 14th 5:00 – 6:30pm (2 lanes/TP/PP)

March 15th 5:00 – 7:00pm (TP/PP) 7:10 – 9:00pm (TP/PP, MP available at 8:00pm)

March 16th 5:00 – 7:00pm (TP/PP) 7:10 – 9:00pm (MP/TP/PP)

March 17th 5:00 – 7:00pm (TP/ PP)

TP = Therapy Pool / MP = Main Pool / PP = Preschool Pool

Pool Closure Dates Due To Holidays, Maintenance and Swim Meets Sept. 3rd – 18th Oct. 10th, Oct. 31st at 4:00pm Nov. 11th, Nov. 25th at 5:00pm, 26th, 27th Dec. 16th at 4:30pm, Dec. 23rd at 11:00am, 24th at 11:00am, 25th, 26th, 30th at 11:00am, 31st at 11:00am Jan. 1st, 13th from 8:00 – 4pm, 14th, 15th Feb. 3rd, 4th, 5th, 15th from 8-4pm, 22nd from 8-4pm March 3rd, 4th, 5th

Children under the age of 10 must have a parent or guardian remain in the facility

*NEW* Holiday Pool Schedule Oct. 8th, 9th, Dec. 27th, Jan. 2nd, Feb. 20th 10:30am - 12:00pm - Public Swim & Lane Swim 12:30pm - 2:00pm - Public Swim & Lane Swim 2:30pm - 4:00pm - Public Swim & Lane Swim Swimmers are required to pay for each swim if attending more than one swim per day

*NEW* PA Day Extra Swims 12:00-1:00pm & 3:00-4:00pm Only Main Pool & Preschool Pool Open Sept. 30th, Oct 28th, Nov. 25th, Feb. 3rd, Mar 3rd.

Pool schedule is subject to change. Check www.qswc.ca for updates. www.qswc.ca • 613-966-4632 • prgeneral@city.belleville.on.ca • Fall 2016/Winter 2017 Playbook | 21


Aquatics Aqua Fitness Programs Men’s Therapy Fitness: This class is for all the guys who want to benefit from our therapy fitness classes which is taught in the therapy pool. The class focuses on range of motion, flexibility and gentle exercises for muscle tone. Don’t forget you can still attend any of our other classes too! Aqua Fitness & Senior’s Aqua Fitness: This class is taught in our Main Pool and offers a full body workout. Equipment such as pool noodles and dumbbells may be used as well as a variety of intensity levels for all fitness levels. Get ready to dance, jump and splash your way to a healthy lifestyle. Therapy Fitness: This class is taught in our Therapy Pool where the water temperature is kept at 90 degrees. The class focuses on range of motion, flexibility and gentle exercises for muscle tone. Deep Aqua Fitness: This class is taught in the deep end of the Main Pool and is the best class for getting into shape. Stay afloat by using an aqua belt or noodle and feel your muscles burn!

Aqua Cross Training: This class is taught in the main pool and you will use steps, gloves, fins and receive a full body workout including increasing balance, strength and flexibility. Crunch your Lunch: Come at lunch time and workout your full body by using your core muscles. Senior’s Water Walking: Move through the water using a variety of walking patterns -  the class will offer a low impact, effective and fun total  body  workout for people new to water fitness or people with physical limitations. Great for function, balance, posture, flexibility and cardio training! If you are unsure whether your program is running, if you are dropping into a program or during inclement weather, please check www.qswc.ca for cancellations.

Registration for Fall & Winter Aquatics City Taxpayers: August 29, 2016 Non-City Taxpayers: September 1, 2016

Aqua Mind & Body: This class taught in the Therapy Pool will explore movements taken from the disciplines of Tai Chi, Yoga or Pilates to help control breathing, increase flexibility, core stability, coordination, and muscular endurance. Enhance your posture using the relaxing and healing properties of water.

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Aquatics Fall Aqua Fitness Programs

Location: Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre – Templeman Menninga Aquatic Centre

Aqua Fitness Payment Options Payment Type

Cost:

Session Pass

$207.00 (+hst) unlimited classes for the whole session – come to any of our pool fitness classes Barcode: 32113

Drop-in per visit

$8.50/class (includes hst)

10 visit pack

$81.00 ( includes hst) for 10 classes

Date

Program

Time

Start

End

# Classes

Cost

No Classes

Barcode

Instructor

Sun

Aqua Cross Training

11:00-11:55AM

Sept. 25th

Dec. 11th

10

$ 69.00

32152

Monica

Sun

Aqua Mind & body

12:15-1:00PM

Sept. 25th

Dec. 11th

10

$ 69.00

Oct. 9th, Nov. 27th

32134

Monica

Mon

Aqua Fitness

9:00-9:55AM

Sept. 19th

Dec. 12th

12

$ 82.80

Oct. 10th

32151

Melody

Mon

Aqua Fitness

10:00-10:55AM

Sept. 19th

Dec. 12th

12

$ 82.80

32123

Melody

Mon

Deep Aqua Fitness

12:00-12:45PM

Sept. 19th

Dec. 12th

12

$ 82.80

32126

Melody

Mon

Arthritis & Fibromyalgia Fitness

1:00-1:45PM

Sept. 19th

Dec. 12th

12

$ 82.80

32128

Melody

Mon

Therapy Fitness

5:00-5:55PM

Sept. 19th

Dec. 12th

12

$ 82.80

32127

Deborah

Mon

Aqua Fitness

7:05-8:00PM

Sept. 19th

Dec. 12th

12

$ 82.80

32124

Lorri

Tues

Aqua Fitness

8:00-8:45AM

Sept. 20th

Dec. 13th

13

$ 87.75

32153

Melody

Tues

Therapy Fitness

9:00-9:55AM

Sept. 20th

Dec. 13th

13

$ 87.75

32130

Melody

Tues

Senior’s Water Walking

10:50-11:45AM

Sept. 20th

Dec. 13th

13

$ 87.75

32135

Marek

Tues

Aqua Fitness

12:00-12:45PM

Sept. 20th

Dec. 13th

13

$ 87.75

32129

Lorri

Tues

Senior's Aqua Fitness

2:00-2:55PM

Sept. 20th

Dec. 13th

13

$ 87.75

32131

Marg

Tues

Men’s Therapy Fitness

1:00-1:45PM

Sept. 20th

Dec. 13th

13

$ 87.75

32154

Marg

Tues

Deep Aqua Fitness

5:00-5:55PM

Sept. 20th

Dec. 13th

13

$ 87.75

32132

Brenda

Tues

Deep Aqua Fitness

6:00-6:55PM

Sept. 20th

Dec. 13th

13

$ 87.75

32133

Brenda

Wed

Aqua Fitness

9:00-9:55AM

Sept. 21st

Dec. 14th

13

$ 87.75

32136

Lorri

Wed

Aqua Fitness

10:00-10:55AM

Sept. 21st

Dec. 14th

13

$ 87.75

32138

Merianne

Wed

Aqua Fitness

12:00-12:45PM

Sept. 21st

Dec. 14th

13

$ 87.75

32139

Deborah

Wed

Arthritis & Fibromyalgia Fitness

4:00-4:45PM

Sept. 21st

Dec. 14th

13

$ 87.75

32137

Melody

Wed

Aqua Fitness

5:00-5:55PM

Sept. 21st

Dec. 14th

13

$ 87.75

32140

Melody

Thurs

Aqua Fitness

8:00-8:45AM

Sept. 22nd

Dec. 15th

13

$ 87.75

32146

Melody

Thurs

Therapy Fitness

9:00-9:55AM

Sept. 22nd

Dec. 15th

13

$ 87.75

32148

Melody

Thurs

Therapy Fitness

1:00-1:55PM

Sept. 22nd

Dec. 15th

13

$ 87.75

32149

Merianne

Thurs

Crunch Your Lunch

12:00-12:45PM

Sept. 22nd

Dec. 15th

13

$ 87.75

32141

Brenda

Thurs

Senior's Aqua Fitness

2:00-2:55PM

Sept. 22nd

Dec. 15th

13

$ 87.75

32147

Merianne

Thurs

Aqua Fitness

7:05-8:00PM

Sept. 22nd

Dec. 15th

13

$ 87.75

32142

Brenda

None

None

None

Fri

Aqua Fitness

9:00-9:55AM

Sept. 23rd

Dec. 16th

12

$ 82.80

32143

Melody

Fri

Aqua Fitness

10:00-10:55AM

Sept. 23rd

Dec. 16th

12

$ 82.80

Nov. 11th

32144

Melody

Fri

Zumba

12:00-12:45PM

Sept. 23rd

Dec. 16th

12

$ 82.80

32145

Brenda

Fri

Therapy Fitness

1:00-1:55PM

Sept. 23rd

Dec. 16th

12

$ 82.80

32150

Melody

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Aquatics Winter Aqua Fitness Programs

Location: Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre – Templeman Menninga Aquatic Centre

Aqua Fitness Payment Options Payment Type

Cost:

Session Pass

$189.75 (+hst) unlimited classes for the whole session – come to any of our pool fitness classes Barcode: 32114

Drop-in per visit

$8.50/class (includes hst)

10 visit pack

$81.00 (includes hst) for 10 classes

Date

Program

Time

Start

End

# Classes

Cost

No Classes

Barcode

Instructor

Sun

Aqua Cross Training

11:00-11:55AM

Jan. 8th

Apr. 9th

11

$ 75.90

32188

Monica

Sun

Aqua Mind & body

12:15-1:00PM

Jan. 8th

Apr. 9th

11

$ 75.90

Jan. 15th, Feb. 5th, Mar. 5th

Mon

Aqua Fitness

9:00-9:55AM

Jan. 9th

Apr. 3rd

11

$ 75.90

Mon

Aqua Fitness

10:00-10:55AM

Jan. 9th

Apr. 3rd

11

$ 75.90

Mon

Deep Aqua Fitness

12:00-12:45PM

Jan. 9th

Apr. 3rd

11

Mon

Arthritis & Fibromyalgia Fitness

1:00-1:45PM

Jan. 9th

Apr. 3rd

11

Mon

Therapy Fitness

5:00-5:55PM

Jan. 9th

Apr. 3rd

Mon

Aqua Fitness

7:05-8:00PM

Jan. 9th

Apr. 3rd

32200

Monica

32184

Melody

32185

Melody

$ 75.90

32194

Melody

$ 75.90

32192

11

$ 75.90

32193

TBD

11

$ 75.90

32186

Lorri

Feb. 20th, Mar. 13th,

Melody

Tues

Aqua Fitness

8:00-8:45AM

Jan. 10th

Apr. 4th

12

$ 82.80

32189

Melody

Tues

Therapy Fitness

9:00-9:55AM

Jan. 10th

Apr. 4th

12

$ 82.80

32195

Melody

Mar. 14th

Tues

Senior’s Water Walking

10:50-11:45AM

Jan. 10th

Apr. 4th

12

$ 82.80

32191

Marek

Tues

Aqua Fitness

12:00-12:45PM

Jan. 10th

Apr. 4th

12

$ 82.80

32187

Lorri

Tues

Senior's Aqua Fitness

2:00-2:55PM

Jan. 10th

Apr. 4th

12

$ 82.80

32196

Marg

Tues

Men’s Therapy Fitness

1:00-1:45PM

Jan. 10th

Apr. 4th

12

$ 82.80

32197

Marg

Tues

Deep Aqua Fitness

5:00-5:55PM

Jan. 10th

Apr. 4th

12

$ 82.80

32198

Brenda

32199

Brenda

32190

Lorri

32205

Merianne

32206

TBD

Tues

Deep Aqua Fitness

6:00-6:55PM

Jan. 10th

Apr. 4th

12

$ 82.80

Wed

Aqua Fitness

9:00-9:55AM

Jan. 11th

Apr. 5th

10

$ 69.00

Wed

Aqua Fitness

10:00-10:55AM

Jan. 11th

Apr. 5th

10

$ 69.00

Wed

Aqua Fitness

12:00-12:45PM

Jan. 11th

Apr. 5th

10

$ 69.00

Wed

Arthritis & Fibromyalgia Fitness

4:00-4:45PM

Jan. 11th

Apr. 5th

12

$ 82.80

Wed

Aqua Fitness

5:00-5:55PM

Jan. 11th

Apr. 5th

12

$ 82.80

Thurs

Aqua Fitness

8:00-8:45AM

Jan. 12th

Apr. 6th

12

$ 82.80

Thurs

Therapy Fitness

9:00-9:55AM

Jan. 12th

Apr. 6th

12

Thurs

Therapy Fitness

1:00-1:55PM

Jan. 12th

Apr. 6th

Thurs

Crunch Your Lunch

12:00-12:45PM

Jan. 12th

Thurs

Senior's Aqua Fitness

2:00-2:55PM

Thurs

Aqua Fitness

Fri

Feb. 15th, Feb. 22nd, Mar. 15th Mar. 15th

32201

Melody

32207

Melody

32213

Melody

$ 82.80

32202

Melody

12

$ 82.80

32203

Merianne

Apr. 6th

12

$ 82.80

32208

Brenda

Jan. 12th

Apr. 6th

12

$ 82.80

32214

7:05-8:00PM

Jan. 12th

Apr. 6th

12

$ 82.80

32209

Brenda

Aqua Fitness

9:00-9:55AM

Jan. 20th

Apr. 7th

9

$ 62.10

32210

Melody

Fri

Aqua Fitness

10:00-10:55AM

Jan. 20th

Apr. 7th

9

$ 62.10

32211

Melody

Fri

Zumba

12:00-12:45PM

Jan. 20th

Apr. 7th

9

$ 62.10

32212

Brenda

Fri

Therapy Fitness

1:00-1:55PM

Jan. 20th

Apr. 7th

9

$ 62.10

32204

Melody

Pool may be shared with other programs

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Mar. 16th

Feb. 3rd, Mar. 3rd, Mar. 17th

Merianne


Aquatics Fall 2016 & Winter 2017 Adult Swimming Programs

Location: Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre – Templeman Menninga Aquatic Centre Fall Dates: Sept. 19th – Dec. 4th, 2016 No Classes: Oct. 9th, Oct. 10th, Oct. 31st after 4:00pm, Nov. 11th, Nov. 25th, Nov. 26th Winter Dates: Jan. 9th – Mar. 24th, 2017 No Classes: Feb. 20th, Mar. 4th, Mar. 13th – 17th *NEW* Mermaid Parties Become a mermaid for a day with your friends! Get one hour in the pool with a mermaid trainer to teach you how to be a mermaid, play games and take some cool pictures! All participants must be 7yrs or older. Maximum of 6 people. Adult in charge of the party registers. Great for bachelorette parties or a girl’s night out!

H2O Adult Triathlon Training Enhance your tri swim and learn how to build your endurance. You will be taught proper stroke techniques while swimming from an experienced triathlete to improve your efficiency. Learn tips and tricks to swimming open water and pool triathlons. Ages 16+ $5.50 drop-in fee per class or register for the whole session!

Day

Time

Dates

Cost

Code

Day

Time

Dates

Cost

Code

Classes

Sat

3:00-4:00PM

Sep-24

$120

32808

Thurs

8:00-8:45PM

Sep-22-Dec-1

$60.50

31955

11

Sat

4:00-5:00PM

Sep-24

$120

32807

Sat

3:00-4:00PM

Oct-1

$120

32809

Sat

4:00-5:00PM

Oct-1

$120

32810

Sat

3:00-4:00PM

Oct-22

$120

32811

Sat

4:00-5:00PM

Oct-22

$120

32812

Sat

3:00-4:00PM

Nov-5

$120

32813

Sat

4:00-5:00PM

Nov-5

$120

32814

Sat

3:00-4:00PM

Dec-3

$120

32815

Sat

4:00-5:00PM

Dec-3

$120

32816

Sat

3:00-4:00PM

Dec-17

$120

32817

Sat

4:00-5:00PM

Dec-17

$120

33081

Sat

3:00-4:00PM

Jan-7

$120

32820

Sat

4:00-5:00PM

Jan-7

$120

32819

Sat

3:00-4:00PM

Feb-25

$120

32821

Sat

4:00-5:00PM

Feb-25

$120

Sat

3:00-4:00PM

Mar-18

Sat

4:00-5:00PM

Mar-18

Thurs 8:00-8:45PM Jan-12-Mar-23 $55.00 32393 10 * No class Mar. 16th Adult Private Lessons: Get one on one attention to learn at your pace and achieve your swimming goals. Whether you are scared of the water, want to learn how to swim or learn a new stroke, our instructors can accommodate anyone! Adult instructors are available during the daytime. Check out our private swimming lesson page for dates and times. Any ages! Adult Group Swimming Lessons: Swimmers will learn all the basic skills on their front and back in shallow water; along with deep end skills such as diving, treading water and stroke improvement. These classes are based on the swimmers goals and what they would like to achieve in the course! Ages 13+ Day

Time

Dates

Cost

Code

Classes

Mon

8:00-8:45PM

Sep-19-Nov-28

$87.30

31814

9

32822

Thurs

4:00-4:45PM

Sep-22-Dec-1

$104.50

31951

11

$120

32823

Mon

8:00-8:45PM

Jan-9-Mar-20

$87.30

32257

9

$120

32824

Thurs

4:00-4:45PM

Jan-12-Mar-23

$104.50

32374

10

Senior Private Swimming Lessons: 1/2 hour private swimming lesson to learn what you would like! These private swimming lessons can be taught in either of our 2 pools during our senior’s swim. Get the one on one instruction to learn swimming skills or get over a fear of the water. Day

Time

Dates

Cost

Code

Classes

Mon

2:00-2:30PM

Sep-19-Nov-28

$220.00

31809

10

Mon

2:30-3:00PM

Sep-19-Nov-28

$220.00

31808

10

Wed

2:00-2:30PM

Sep-21-Nov-30

$242.00

31810

11

Wed

2:30-3:00PM

Sep-21-Nov-30

$242.00

31807

11

Mon

2:00-2:30PM

Jan-9-Mar-20

$198.00

32240

9

Mon

2:30-3:00PM

Jan-9 -Mar-20

$198.00

32241

9

Wed

2:00-2:30PM

Jan-11-Mar-22

$220.00

32297

10

Wed 2:30-3:00PM * No class Oct. 10th

Jan-11-Mar-22

$220.00

32296

10

* No class Oct. 10th, Oct. 31st, Feb. 20th, Mar.13, Mar. 16th Masters Swim Program: Are you interested in improving your strokes, increasing your stamina or endurance or just looking for a good workout? Maybe want to train for a triathlon? For a coached swim program, come join us! Ages 16+. $5.50 drop-in fee per class or register for the whole session! Day

Time

Dates

Cost

Code

Classes

Tues

8:00-9:00PM

Sep-20-Nov-29

$60.50

32088

11

Wed

4:00-5:00PM

Sep-21-Nov-30

$60.50

31844

11

Fri

6:30-7:30AM

Sep-23-Dec-2

$55.00

31843

10

Tues

8:00-9:00PM

Jan-10 -Mar-21

$55.00

32294

10

Wed

4:00-5:00PM

Jan-11-Mar-22

$55.00

32295

10

Fri 6:30-7:30AM Jan-20-Mar-24 $38.50 32379 7 * No class Nov.11th, Feb.3rd, Mar. 3rd, Mar.14th, Mar.15th, Mar.17th

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Aquatics Fall 2016 & Winter 2017 Adult Swimming Programs (continued from pg 25) Adult Stroke Improvement: Swimmers choose the stroke(s) they wish to focus on and an instructor will help make it as strong as possible. Reach your individual swimming goals in this program. Ages 13+ Day

Time

Dates

Cost

Code

Classes

Thurs

8:00-8:45PM

Sep-22-Dec-1

$117.70

31950

11

Thurs 8:00-8:45PM * No class Mar.16th

Jan-12-Mar-23

$107.00

32375

10

Diaper Fit: This parent and baby class is taught in the therapy pool where the water temperature is 92 degrees. This class is a great workout for parents trying to get into shape. Bring along your baby aged 4 months – 18 months and while they hang out in a dolphin - you do all the work! There is a strict one child per adult ratio. Day

Time

Dates

Cost

Code

Classes

Sun

10:30-11:00AM

Sep-25-Dec-4

$74.70

32394

9

Tues

10:00-10:30AM

Sep-20-Nov-29

$91.30

32395

11

Wed

1:00-1:30PM

Sep-21-Nov-30

$91.30

32396

11

Thurs

10:00-10:30AM

Sep-22-Dec-1

$91.30

32397

11

Sun

10:30-11:00AM

Jan-22-Mar-26

$66.40

32398

8

Tues

10:00-10:30AM

Jan-10-Mar-21

$83.00

32399

10

Wed

1:00-1:30PM

Jan-11-Mar-22

$83.00

32400

10

Thurs

10:00-10:30AM

Jan-12-Mar-23

$83.00

32401

10

* No class Oct. 9th, Nov.26th, Jan. 15th, Feb. 5th, Mar. 5th, Mar. 14th, Mar.15th, Mar. 16th

Personal Training and/or Private Therapy Sessions Working with a certified personal trainer has several benefits. Work in the Pool or the Workout Studio for a specially designed workout that fits your needs. A personal trainer will help you set appropriate goals and knows the milestones you should expect on the journey to achieve success. Your personal trainer will help you stay motivated, on track, and will provide you with all the tools you need to meet your goals.

One-on-one sessions will be available at various times in either the pool or workout studio. 30-Minute Sessions:   $20.50/session OR Purchase 10 sessions for $184.50 45-Minute Sessions:   $31.00/session OR Purchase 10 sessions for $279.00 One-hour Sessions:    $41.00/session OR Purchase 10 sessions for $369.00 Semi-Private Personal Training Sessions: Enjoy the benefits of a personal trainer at a lower cost.  These semi-private sessions can be booked for two or three people, in your group, or family. 30-Minute Sessions:   $12.50/person/session OR Purchase 10 sessions for $112.50 45-Minute Sessions:   $19.00/person/session OR Purchase 10 sessions for $171.00          One-hour Sessions:    $25.00/person/session OR Purchase 10 sessions for $225.00 Purchase your 10 pack at the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre customer service desk and call 613-967-3200 x.3834 to arrange your pool appointment with a personal trainer.

Purchase your ten-pack at the QSWC Customer Service Desk and then pick-up the personal training information package to help you select and contact a personal trainer to schedule your sessions. Prices do not include HST. 26 | Fall 2016/ Winter 2017 Playbook • www.qswc.ca • 613-966-4632 • prgeneral@city.belleville.on.ca


Aquatics Swimming Lessons

General Swimming Lesson Information • *NEW* We ask that people please tie back long hair while swimming • Please note that where age is a pre-requisite for a program, participants must be the correct age by the first day of the program • We ask that your child not eat within one hour prior to their lesson • If your child is ill, please do not bring them to their lesson. • All un-toilet trained children MUST wear a rubber pant under their bathing suit. Protection MUST be worn to prevent fouling of the pool and disposable diapers are not allowed • Should someone vomit or defecate in the pool, we are required to close the pool • PLEASE DO NOT bring any NUT products • All food, beverages and outdoor footwear are not allowed on the pool deck • Make up lessons will only be done for private lessons or if we have to close the pool due to unforeseen circumstances • Classes may be cancelled one week prior to their start date due to low registration or may be combined with another level. If your class is cancelled, you will receive a phone call

Session Dates

Fall 2016 Sept. 19th – Dec. 4th, 2016 No Classes: Oct. 8th, 9th, 10th, 31st after 4:00pm, Nov. 11th, 25th, 26th, 27th Winter 2017 Jan. 9th – Mar.26th, 2017 No Classes: Feb. 3rd, 4th, 5th, 20th, Mar. 3rd, 4th, 5th, Mar. 13th -17th, 2017 Fall/Winter Aquatic Registration City Taxpayers: August 29, 2016 Non-City Taxpayers: September 1, 2016

Everyone must take a shower before entering the pool • Your child may need to repeat a level to ensure they have mastered all the required skills • Please register for a FREE Wellness Passport for access into the pool changeroom area • Parents are asked to watch lessons from our 2nd floor viewing area unless prior arrangements have been made with the supervisor • We have a no camera policy in the pool area, however you will have an opportunity on the last day of lesson to get a picture of your child • Thank you for helping us keep the pool area clean Group Swimming Lessons: Level

Ratio

Duration

Starfish, Duck, Sea Turtle

1:12

30 minutes

Sea Otter to Whale 1:4-6

30 minutes

Swim Kids 1-4

1:6

30 minutes

Swim Kids 5-6

1:8

45 minutes

Swim Kids 7-10

1:10

60 minutes

Preschool to Swim Kids Conversion: Level Preschool

Level Swim Kids

Incomplete or Complete Sea Otter or Salamander

Swim Kids 1

Incomplete Sunfish

Swim Kids 1

Complete Sunfish or Incomplete Crocodile

Swim Kids 2

Complete Crocodile or Incomplete or Complete Whale

Swim Kids 3

If you are unsure whether your program is running, if you are dropping into a program or during inclement weather, please check www.qswc.ca for cancellations.

Swim Diapers available at customer services desk or $2.00

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Aquatics Program Level Registration Guide Red Cross Swim Preschool Placement in Red Cross Swim programs depends on many variables including age, skill proficiency, previous experience and readiness. The following chart is a guide only. Red Cross Swim Preschool has options for swimmers with disabilities. Please check with your facility. Level

Participant requirement to register

In this level

Red Cross Swim Preschool – Starfish

4-12 months of age, able to hold their Babies and their caregivers work on head up, and participating with a parent getting wet, buoyancy and movement, or caregiver (assisted) front, back and vertical position in the water, and shallow water entries and exits.

Red Cross Swim Preschool – Duck

12-24 months of age, participating with a parent or caregiver (assisted)

Babies and their caregivers work on rhythmic breathing, moving forward and backward, front and back float with recovery, and shallow water entries and exits.

Red Cross Swim Preschool – Sea Turtle

24-36 months of age, participating with a parent or caregiver

Toddlers and their caregivers work on submersion, front and back floats and glides, jumping into chest-deep water with assistance, kicking on front and front swim.

Red Cross Swim Preschool – Sea Otter

3-5 years, with or without a parent or caregiver

Swimmers work on front and back floats and glides, kicking on front with a buoyant object, and will be able to swim 1 metre upon completion of this level.

Red Cross Swim Preschool – Salamander 3-5 years, successful completion of the skills in Red Cross Swim Preschool Sea Otter

Swimmers work on improving their front and back float and jumping into chest-deep water unassisted. Kicking is added to the front and back glide and swimmers will be able to swim 2 metres upon completion.

Red Cross Swim Preschool – Sunfish

3-6 years, successful completion of the skills in Red Cross Swim Preschool Salamander

Swimmers work on kicking and can perform glides (front and back), enter deep water safely, float in deep water, swim with a PFD, and swim 5 metres continuously

Red Cross Swim Preschool – Crocodile

3-6 years, successful completion of the skills in Red Cross Swim Preschool Sunfish

Swimmers further develop the front and back glide with kick, front and back swim, jump into deep water, swim with a PFD in deep water, and swim 10 metres continuously.

Red Cross Swim Preschool – Whale

3-6 years, successful completion of the skills in Red Cross Swim Preschool Crocodile

Swimmers increase their distance on front and back glide with kick, increase distance on front and back swim, learn the sitting dive, and will be able to swim 15 metres continuously upon completion of the level.

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Aquatics Program Level Registration Guide Red Cross Swim Kids Placement in Red Cross Swim programs depends on many variables including age, skill proficiency, previous experience and readiness. The following chart is a guide only. Red Cross Swim Kids has options for swimmers with disabilities. Please check with your facility. Level

Participant requirement to register

In this level

Red Cross Swim Kids 1

At least 5 years of age, no previous swimming experience required

Swimmers develop front and back float, front and back glide, flutter kick (assisted), shallow water entries and exits, and swim 5 metres.

Red Cross Swim Kids 2

At least 5 years of age, successful completion of the skills in Red Cross Swim Kids 1

Swimmers learn front and back glide with flutter kick, develop front swim, complete deep-water activities (assisted) and swim 10 metres continuously.

Red Cross Swim Kids 3

At least 5 years of age, successful completion of the skills in Red Cross Swim Kids 2

Swimmers increase their distance on front and back glide with flutter kick, perform flutter kick unassisted, wear a PFD in deep water, float in deep water, and swim 15 metres continuously.

Red Cross Swim Kids 4

At least 5 years of age, successful completion of the skills in Red Cross Swim Kids 3

Swimmers learn back swim with shoulder roll and front crawl (10m), work on flutter kick on back, perform kneeling dive, introduction to sculling and swim 25 metres continuously.

Red Cross Swim Kids 5

At least 5 years of age, successful completion of the skills in Red Cross Swim Kids 4

Swimmers develop front crawl (15m), learn back crawl (15m) and whip kick on back, learn stride dive and treading water, perform head-first sculling on back, and swim 50 metres continuously.

Red Cross Swim Kids 6

At least 5 years of age, successful completion of the skills in Red Cross Swim Kids 5

Swimmers increase their distance on front and back crawl (25m), learn elementary back stroke (15m), learn dolphin kick, tread water in deep water, perform front dive, and swim 75 metres continuously.

Red Cross Swim Kids 7

At least 5 years of age, successful completion of the skills in Red Cross Swim Kids 6

Swimmers increase their distance on front and back crawl (50m) and elementary back stroke (25m), learn front scull, perform whip kick on front and dolphin kick, learn stride entry and swim 150 metres continuously.

Red Cross Swim Kids 8

At least 5 years of age, successful completion of the skills in Red Cross Swim Kids 7

Swimmers increase their distance on front and back crawl (75m) and elementary back stroke (25m), learn breast stroke (15m), learn eggbeater/tread water, perform feet-first surface dive and standing shallow dive, and swim 300 metres continuously.

Red Cross Swim Kids 9

At least 5 years of age, successful completion of the skills in Red Cross Swim Kids 8

Swimmers increase their distance on front and back crawl (100m), elementary back stroke (50m) and breast stroke (25m), learn sidestroke kick, perform head-first surface dive, and swim 400 metres continuously.

Red Cross Swim Kids 10

At least 5 years of age, successful completion of the skills in Red Cross Swim Kids 9

Swimmers increase their distance on front and back crawl (100m), elementary back stroke (50m) and breast stroke (50m), learn sidestroke (25m), perform dolphin kick (vertical), learn feet- and head-first surface dives with underwater swim, and swim 500 metres continuously.

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Aquatics Fall 2016 Red Cross Preschool Swimming Lessons SWIM PRESCHOOL LEVELS (ages 4 months – 5 years) For level descriptions, please see previous pages. Location: Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre – Templeman Menninga Aquatic Centre Dates: Sept. 19th – Dec. 4th, 2016 • No Classes: Oct. 8th, 9th, 10th, Oct. 31st after 4pm, Nov. 11th, Nov. 25th after 4:00pm, Nov. 25th & 26th

Lessons Group Lessons

Level Swim Preschool

Low Ratio (Max 3 participants/class Marked with *

Swim Preschool

LEVEL # of classes Starfish

Parented Duck

Parented Sea Turtle

Parented

Classes 11 Classes 10 Classes 9 Classes 11 Classes 10 Classes 9 Classes

Cost $91.30/child $83.00/child $74.70/child $145.75/child $132.50/child $119.25/child

Mon.

Tues.

Wed.

Thurs.

Fri.

Sat.

Sun.

9 (10 for daytime classes)

11

11

11

9 (10 for daytime classes)

9

9

9:30am 31221

6:00pm-31222

6:00pm-31223

5:00pm 31224

10:30am-32094

10:30am-31996

11:30am-32025 4:00pm-32026

10:00am 31236

5:00pm-31230

6:30pm-31231

6:00pm 31232

9:30am-32089 5:00pm-31973

10:00am-31997

12:00pm-32027 4:30pm-32028

10:30am-31241 6:00pm-31245

5:30pm-31242

5:30pm 31243

10:00am-32091 6:00pm-31974

9:30am-31998

10:30am-32029 5:00pm-32030

10:30am-31286 5:00pm-31287 5:30pm-31314 6:00pm-31283

*5:00pm-31288 *5:30pm-31815 *6:30pm-31817

5:00pm-31291 5:30pm-31827 6:00pm-31828 6:30pm-31829

5:00pm-31295 5:30pm-31845

11:00am-32092 4:00pm-31978 5:00pm-31977 5:30pm-31979 6:00pm-31980

9:30am-31999 10:00am-32000 32001 10:30am-32002

11:00am-32031 11:30am-32032 4:00pm-32033 *6:00pm-32034

10:00am-31255 5:00pm-31315 5:30pm-31316 6:00pm-31251 6:30pm-31254

*5:30pm-31256 *6:00pm-31816

5:00pm-31258 6:00pm-31839 6:30pm-31830

5:00pm-31263 5:30pm-31846 6:00pm-31847

11:30am-32093 4:30pm-31983 5:30pm-31982 6:00pm-31981

9:30am-32003 9:45am-32004 10:00am-32005 11:00am-32006

10:30am-32035 12:00pm-32036 *5:00pm-32037 5:30pm-32082

6:00pm-31337 6:30pm-31324

*5:00pm-31317 6:00pm-31818

5:00pm-31318 6:30pm-31831

5:00pm-31319 6:00pm-31848

5:00pm-31984

9:30am-32007 11:00am-32008

11:00am-32052 6:30pm-32053

4:30pm-31338 6:30pm-31349

*5:30pm-31343

7:00pm-31339

6:30pm-31340

5:00pm-31976

10:00am-32009

11:30am-32054 *3:30pm-32056 6:00pm-32055

7:00pm-31353

*6:30pm-31352

6:30pm-31350

4:30pm-31975

10:00am-32010

12:00pm-32057 5:30pm-32058

Sea Otter

Salamander

Time 30 min. 30 min. 30 min. 30 min. 30 min. 30 min.

Sunfish

Crocodile

Whale

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Aquatics Fall 2016 Red Cross Swim Kids Swimming Lessons SWIM KIDS LEVELS For level descriptions, please see previous pages. Location: Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre – Templeman Menninga Aquatic Centre Dates: Classes Sept. 19th – Dec. 4th, 2016 • No Classes: Oct. 8th, 9th, 10th, Oct. 31st after 4pm, Nov. 11th, Nov. 25th after 4:00pm, Nov. 25th & 26th Lessons

Level

Time

10 Classes

9 Classes

Group Lessons

Swim Kids 1 - 4

30 mins.

$83.00

$74.70

Swim Kids 5 & 6

45 mins.

$97.00

$97.30

Swim Kids 7 - 9

1 hour

$107.00

$96.30

Swim Kids 10

1 hour

$115.00

$103.50

Swim Kids

10 Classes

30 min.

$132.50

9 Classes

30 min.

$119.25

Low Ratio Lessons marked with * (max. 3 participants/class)

LEVEL

Mon.

Tues.

Wed.

Thurs.

Fri.

Sat.

SUN.

# of Classes

9

11

11

11

9 (daytime 10)

9

9

Swim Kids Level 1

4:30pm-31358 5:30pm-31373

*5:00pm-31359 6:30pm-31366

6:00pm-31360 7:00pm-31832

4:00pm-31933 7:00pm-31361

5:30pm-31986 6:00pm-31985

9:30am-32013

11:00am-32059 4:00pm-32060

Swim Kids Level 2

6:30pm-31385

5:30pm-31382 *6:30pm-31374

6:00pm-31375 7:00pm-31833

6:00pm-31935 7:00pm-31936 7:30pm-31934

5:00pm-31987

10:30am-32014 11:00am-32015

10:30am-32061 *5:30pm-32062

Swim Kids Level 3

7:00pm-31389

6:00pm-31391 *6:30pm-31390

5:30pm-31392

4:30pm-31938 6:30pm-31937

4:30pm-31989

10:30am-32016 11:00am-32017

10:30am-32064 11:30am-32063 *3:30pm-32157 *4:30pm-32066 6:30pm-32065

Swim Kids Level 4

7:30pm-31405

5:00pm-31413 *6:30pm-31406

5:30pm-31407

4:30pm-31939 7:00pm-32408

4:00pm-31988

9:30am-32018 11:00am-32019

11:00am-32067 *5:30pm-32069 6:00pm-32068

Swim Kids Level 5

7:00pm-31419

*5:30pm-31420

5:00pm-31422

4:45pm-31940 7:30pm-31941

4:00pm-31990

10:30am-32020

10:30am-32070 *4:00pm-32084 5:00pm-32071

Swim Kids Level 6

7:00pm-31429

*6:00pm-31430

5:00pm-31435

5:30pm-31943 7:30pm-31942

4:00pm-31991

10:30am-31431

11:15am-32027 *3:30pm-32156 6:00pm-32073

Swim Kids Level 7

7:00pm-31440

*6:00pm-31446

5:00pm-31944

10:15am-32021

10:30am-32074 4:30pm-32075

Swim Kids Level 8

7:00pm-31447

*6:30pm-31452

6:00pm-31945

10:15am-32022

11:30am-32076 4:30pm-32077

Swim Kids Level 9

7:00pm-31454

7:00pm-31946

10:00am-32023

11:30am-32078 3:30pm-32079

Swim Kids Level 10

7:00pm-31458

5:00pm-31947

10:00am-32024

11:30am-32080 3:30pm-32081

The barcode beside the course time is to assist you with registration.

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Aquatics Fall 2016 Private and Semi-Private Swimming Lessons Location: Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre – Templeman Menninga Aquatic Centre Dates: Sept. 19th – Dec. 4th, 2016 • No Classes: Oct. 8th, 9th, 10th, Oct. 31st after 4pm, Nov. 11th, Nov. 25th after 4:00pm, Nov. 25th & 26th

Lessons Preschool Private Lessons, Private Lessons or Adult Lessons Semi-Private Lessons (both swimmers must register at the same time) LEVEL

Mon.

Tues.

Time 30 min. 30 min.

Wed.

11 Classes $242.00 $145.75 Thurs.

Private or SemiPrivate Lessons (Swim Preschool – all levels, Swim Kids – all levels or Adult lessons)

10 Classes $220.00 $132.50 Fri.

9 Classes $198.00 $119.25 Sat.

4:00pm 31909 31910 31911 31912 4:30pm 31913 31914 4:00pm 31726 31801

5:00pm 31819 31820 31821

5:00pm 31536 31841

8:00pm 31803 8:30pm 31804 31805 31806

10:30am 32038 32039

12:00pm 32090

9:30am 31992

11:00am 32040 32041

5:00pm 31915

11:30am 32042

5:30pm 31916

12:00pm 32043 32044 32045

6:00pm 31917 6:30pm 31918 31919

7:30pm 31802

Sun.

4:00pm 31956 31957 31958

10:30am 31993

4:30pm 32046 32047 5:00pm 32048

7:00pm 31921

5:30pm 32049

5:30pm 31731 31822 31823

7:30pm-31922 8:00pm 31923 31924 31925 31926

6:00pm 32050

6:00pm 31824 31825

8:15pm 31927 31928

6:30pm 31826

5:30pm 31840

4:30pm 31959 31960

8:30pm 31929 31930 31931 31932

The barcode under the course time is to assist you with registration.

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11:00am 31995 6:30pm 32051 32155


Aquatics Fall 2016 & Winter 2017 Family Swimming Lessons Location: Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre – Templeman Menninga Aquatic Centre Fall Dates: Sept. 24th – Dec. 3rd, 2016 Winter Dates: Jan. 21st – Mar.25th, 2017 No Classes: Oct. 8th & Nov. 26th, 2016 No Classes: Feb. 4th, Mar. 4th, 2017 Lessons

Time

9 Classes

8 Classes

Family Lessons

30 min.

$74.70

1 hr.

$96.30

1 hr. level 10

$103.50

$66.40 $85.60 $92.00

Family Lessons If you are trying to get all your children to take lessons at the same time so you don’t spend 2 hours at the pool, then family lessons is the program for you! This program is available to children in levels Sea Otter to level 10. Choose the time that works best, and bring all your kids at the same time. Must have a minimum of 2 children doing lessons at the same time. Parents do not need to go into the water with their child. Fall Session (9 Classes) LEVEL

Winter Session (8 Classes) Saturdays Start Sept. 24th

Class Length

LEVEL

Saturdays Start Sept. 24th

Class Length

Family Sea Otter

11:30am 32095 12:00pm 32096

30 mins.

Family Sea Otter

11:30am 32740 12:00pm 32743

30 mins.

Family Salamander

11:30am 32097 12:00pm 32098

30 mins.

Family Salamander

11:30am 32744 12:00pm 32745

30 mins.

Family Sunfish

11:30am 32099 12:00pm 32100

30 mins.

Family Sunfish

11:30am 32748 12:00pm 32749

30 mins.

Family Crocodile

11:30am 32101 12:00pm 32102

30 mins.

Family Crocodile

11:30am 32752 12:00pm 32753

30 mins.

Family Whale

11:30am 32103 12:00pm 32104

30 mins.

Family Whale

11:30am 32755 12:00pm 32756

30 mins.

Family Swim Kids 1

11:30am 32105 12:00pm 32106

30 mins.

Family Swim Kids 1

11:30am 32759 12:00pm 32760

30 mins.

Family Swim Kids 2

11:30am 32107 12:00pm 32108

30 mins.

Family Swim Kids 2

11:30am 32762 12:00pm 32763

30 mins.

Family Swim Kids 3

11:30am 32115 12:00pm 32116

30 mins.

Family Swim Kids 3

11:30am 32765 12:00pm 32766

30 mins.

Family Swim Kids 4

11:30am 32117 12:00pm 32118

30 mins.

Family Swim Kids 4

11:30am 32767 12:00pm 32768

30 mins.

Family Swim Kids 5

11:30am 32119 12:00pm 32120

30 mins.

Family Swim Kids 5

11:30am 32769 12:00pm 32770

30 mins.

Family Swim Kids 6

11:30am 32121 12:00pm 32122

30 mins.

Family Swim Kids 6

11:30am 32771 12:00pm 32772

30 mins.

Family Swim Kids 7

11:30am 32109

1 hr.

Family Swim Kids 7

11:30am 32773

1 hr.

Family Swim Kids 8

11:30am 32110

1 hr.

Family Swim Kids 8

11:30am 32774

1 hr.

Family Swim Kids 9

11:30am 32111

1 hr.

Family Swim Kids 9

11:30am 32775

1 hr.

Family Swim Kids 10

11:30am 32112

1 hr.

Family Swim Kids 10

11:30am 32776

1 hr.

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FIT

GET AT THE QSWC 265 Cannifton Road, Belleville On 613-966-4632

[ PERSONAL TRAINING ] Providing one-on-one and semiprivate training and development programs geared towards your individual fitness goals. Our personal trainers will help familiarize you with the gym equipment, provide you balanced, effective programming and help you avoid the dreaded plateau and set goals. They’ll also help build your fitness knowledge. Call for prices and details.

[ WORKOUT STUDIO ] Providing top of the line cardio, strength training and plyometric equipment and staffed by qualified and knowledgeable individuals to provide you with any guidance and instruction you may need to exercise safely and effectively.

The Workout Studio provides drop in , one-on-one and semi-private training and development programs geared towards your individual fitness goals.

Youth 13-17, wishing to use the workout studio unattended by an adult, must first attend two orientation sessions.

Drop-In

$3

Workout Studio Passes

/visit - or - 10 pack - $25 | 20 pack $45 | 40 pack - $80

BOOK A

PERSONAL TRAINER TODAY!

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Aquatics More Swimming Lesson Options! Location: Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre – Templeman Menninga Aquatic Centre Fall Dates: Sept. 19th – Dec. 4th, 2016 Winter Dates: Jan. 9th – Mar.26th, 2017 No Classes: Oct. 8th, 9th, 10th, 31st after 4:00pm, No Classes: Feb. 3rd, 4th, 5th, 20th, Mar. 3rd, 4th, Nov. 11th, 25th, 26th, 27th 5th, Mar. 13th -17th, 2017 *NEW* Mermaid Parties Become a mermaid for a day with your friends! Get one hour in the pool with a mermaid trainer to teach you how to be a mermaid, play games and take some cool pictures! All participants must be 7yrs or older. Maximum of 6 people. Parent/Adult in charge of the party registers. Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Sat

3:00-4:00PM

Sep-24

$120

32808

Sat

4:00-5:00PM

Sep-24

$120

32807

Sat

3:00-4:00PM

Oct-1

$120

32809

Sat

4:00-5:00PM

Oct-1

$120

32810

Sat

3:00-4:00PM

Oct-22

$120

32811

Sat

4:00-5:00PM

Oct-22

$120

32812

Sat

3:00-4:00PM

Nov-5

$120

32813

Sat

4:00-5:00PM

Nov-5

$120

32814

Sat

3:00-4:00PM

Dec-3

$120

32815

Sat

4:00-5:00PM

Dec-3

$120

32816

Sat

3:00-4:00PM

Dec-17

$120

32817

Sat

4:00-5:00PM

Dec-17

$120

33081

Sat

3:00-4:00PM

Jan-7

$120

32820

Sat

4:00-5:00PM

Jan-7

$120

32819

Sat

3:00-4:00PM

Feb-25

$120

32821

Sat

4:00-5:00PM

Feb-25

$120

32822

Sat

3:00-4:00PM

Mar-18

$120

32823

Sat

4:00-5:00PM

Mar-18

$120

32824

Mermaid Swimming Lessons This program focuses on both an artistic expression and a fun whimsical way to swim. Swim like a fish, using both legs as a fish tail and learn to become more comfortable under the water, while wearing a full, professional mermaid tail and fin. Classes are for children aged 7+ Learn how to swim like a mermaid! If you would like to purchase your own tail, please call 613-967-3200 x.3823 Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Thurs Ages 7-9

7:00-7:30PM

Sep-22

$145.40

32679

Thurs Ages 9+

7:30-8:00PM

Sep-22

$145.40

32680

Thurs Ages 7-9

7:00-7:30PM

Jan-12

$132.60

32372

Thurs Ages 9+

7:30-8:00PM

Jan-12

$132.60

32373

* No class Mar 16th

Red Cross Swim Sports This program offers you an opportunity to try and learn the fundamental skills of a variety of sports in the water. The focus is on having fun with your friends and peers and trying new activities. Sports include: Boating, Diving, Lifesaving Sport, Surfing & Boogie Boarding, Triathlon Swim, Underwater Hockey, and Water Polo. This program is for Swim Kids Level 5 or higher. Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Sun

6:00-7:00PM

Sep-25

$96.30

32085

Sun 6:00-7:00PM Jan-22 $83.20 32714 * No class Oct. 8th, Nov. 24th, Jan. 15th, Feb. 5th, Mar 5th Stroke Improvement for Kids This lesson time is for students who are having difficulty completing a level because they are struggling with a specific stroke. A Red Cross Water Safety instructor will work with your child to help them correct specific stroke deficiencies. Must be Swim Kids 4 or higher. Please bring your report card for the instructor to review. Swim Kids 4-6 Levels Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Mon

8:00-8:30PM

Sep-19

$74.70

31811

Mon 8:00-8:30PM Jan-9 $74.70 * No class Oct. 10th, Oct. 31st, Feb. 20th, Mar. 13th Swim Kids 7-10 Levels

32255

Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Mon

8:00-8:30PM

Sep-19

$74.70

31812

Mon 8:00-8:30PM Jan-9 $74.70 32256 * No class Oct. 10th, Oct. 31st, Feb. 20th, Mar. 13th Synchronized Swimming Swim Synchro! is a creative and routine based synchro orientation program designed to develop basic synchronized swimming skills and increase existing swimming skills. This program is for 7 -13 year olds. Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Sun

4:30-5:30PM

Sep-25

$96.30

32087

Sun 4:30-5:30PM Jan-22 $83.20 32712 * No class Oct. 8th, Nov. 26th, Jan. 15th, Feb. 5th, Mar 15th

Come and Play at the QSWC!

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Aquatics Learn to Dive The Learn to Dive program is a recreational diving program designed to introduce swimmers to the sport of diving in a fun and safe environment. Participants should be very comfortable swimming in deep water. This program is for Swim Kids Level 5 or above.

Adaptive Swimming Lessons Specialized swim instruction to meet the needs of children and youth with various abilities. We ask that a caregiver or parent enter the water with the participant. These classes are ideal for children requiring more assistance than what would be offered in regular integrated swimming lessons.

Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Sun

3:30-4:30PM

Sep-25

$96.30

32086

Sun

3:30-4:00PM

Sep-25

$74.70

32083

Sun

3:30-4:30PM

Jan-22

$83.20

32709

Sun

3:30-4:00PM

Jan-22

$66.40

32715

* No class Oct. 8th, Nov. 26th, Jan. 15th, Feb. 5th, Mar 15th

* No class Oct. 8th, Nov. 26th, Jan. 15th, Feb. 5th, Mar 15th

Check out the Children & Youth section of the Playbook for triathlon training!

Swimming Level Assessments Not sure what level to register your child in? Has it been awhile since they last took swimming lessons? Switching from another swimming lesson program? Come to any of our public swims and ask the supervisor to do a swim lesson assessment. They will ask your child to perform a few swimming skills and let you know exactly which level to put them in! The cost is $2.75.

Inclusive Aquatic Program Options Low Sensory Swimming Lessons All of our Sunday morning and evening swimming lessons are taught in a quieter learning environment for children who learn better with fewer distractions. Learn-to-Swim for Swimmers with Disabilities Children with disabilities are encouraged to register in our regular swimming lesson programs. Parents will be asked to fill out a swimmer intake form so our instructors have specific details on the requirements your child may need. We can also partner up your child with a volunteer in their swimming class for some additional assistance.

We share the air; please avoid using heavily scented products.

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Aquatics Winter 2016 Red Cross Preschool Swimming Lessons SWIM PRESCHOOL LEVELS (ages 4 months – 5 years) For level descriptions, please see previous pages. Location: Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre – Templeman Menninga Aquatic Centre Dates: Jan. 9th – Mar. 26th, 2017 • No Classes: Feb. 3rd, 4th, 5th, 20th, Mar. 3rd, 4th, 5th, Mar. 13th -17th, 2017 Lessons Group Lessons

Level Swim Preschool

Classes 10 Classes 9 Classes 8 Classes 7 Classes

Time 30 min. 30 min. 30 min. 30 min.

Cost $83.00/child $74.70/child $66.40/child

Low Ratio (Max 3 participants/class Marked with *

Swim Preschool

11 Classes 10 Classes 9 Classes

30 min. 30 min. 30 min.

$132.50/child $119.25/child $104.00/child

LEVEL

$58.10/child

Mon.

Tues.

Wed.

Thurs.

Fri.

Sat.

Sun.

# of classes

9

10

10

10

8 (7 for daytime classes)

8

8

Starfish

9:30am 32182

6:00pm 32258

6:00pm 32298

5:00pm 32344

10:30am 32380

10:30am 32473

11:30am-32515 4:00pm-32516

10:00am 32183

5:00pm 32259

6:30pm 32299

6:00pm 32345

9:30am-32381 5:00pm-32458

10:00am 32474

12:00pm-32517 4:30pm-32518

5:30pm 32300

5:30pm 32346

10:00am-32382 6:00pm-32466

9:30am 32475

10:30am-32519 5:00pm-32717

9:30am-32476 10:00am-32479 10:00am-32477 10:30am-32478

11:00am-32520 11:30am-32521 4:00pm-32522 *6:00pm-32523

Parented Duck

Parented Sea Turtle

Parented

10:30am-32215 6:00pm-32216

Sea Otter

*5:00pm-32260 *5:30pm-32263 *6:30pm-32268

5:00pm-32308 5:30pm-32309 6:00pm-32307 6:30pm-32310

5:00pm-32347 5:30pm-32348

11:00am-32383 4:00pm-32459 5:00pm-32460 5:30pm-32461 6:00pm-32462

10:00am-32225 5:00pm-32226 5:30pm-32227 6:00pm-32228 6:30pm-32229

*5:30pm-32270 *6:00pm-32269

5:00pm-32312 6:00pm-32313 6:30pm-32311

5:00pm-32350 5:30pm-32351 6:00pm-32349

11:30am-32384 4:30pm-32463 5:30pm-32464 6:00pm-32465

9:30am-32480 9:45am-32481 10:00am-32482 11:00am-32483

10:30am-32681 12:00pm-32682 *5:00pm-32683 5:30pm-32719

6:00pm-32231 6:30pm-32230

*5:00pm-32271 6:00pm-32272

5:00pm-32314 6:30pm-32315

5:00pm-32352 6:00pm-32353

5:00pm-32467

9:30am-32484 11:00am-32485

11:00am-32685 6:30pm-32686

4:30pm-32232 6:30pm-32233

*5:30pm 32277

7:00pm 32316

6:30pm 32354

5:00pm 32468

10:00am 32486

11:30am-32687 *3:30pm-32689 6:00pm-32688

7:00pm 32234

*6:30pm 32278

6:30pm 32355

4:30pm 32469

10:00am 32487

12:00pm-32690 5:30pm-32691

10:30am-32217 5:00pm-32218 5:30pm-32219 6:00pm-32220 Salamander

Sunfish

Crocodile

Whale

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Aquatics Winter 2017 Red Cross Swim Kids Swimming Lessons SWIM KIDS LEVELS For level descriptions, please see previous pages. Location: Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre – Templeman Menninga Aquatic Centre Dates: Jan. 9th – Mar. 26th, 2017 • No Classes: Feb. 3rd, 4th, 5th, 20th, Mar. 3rd, 4th, 5th, Mar. 13th -17th, 2017 Lessons

Level

Time

10 Classes

9 Classes

Group Lessons

Swim Kids 1 - 4

30 mins.

$83.00

$74.70

Swim Kids 5 & 6

45 mins.

$97.00

$97.30

Swim Kids 7 - 9

1 hour

$107.00

$96.30

Swim Kids 10

1 hour

$115.00

$103.50

Swim Kids

10 Classes

30 min.

$132.50

8 Classes

30 min.

$104.00

Low Ratio Lessons marked with * (max. 3 participants/class)

LEVEL

Mon.

Tues.

Wed.

Thurs.

Fri.

Sat.

SUN.

Classes

9

10

10

10

8

8

8

Swim Kids Level 1

4:30pm-32238 5:30pm-32239

*5:00pm-32283 6:30pm-32282

6:00pm-32317 7:00pm-32318

4:00pm-32356 7:00pm-32357

5:30pm-32386 6:00pm-32387

9:30am 32488

11:00am-32695 4:00pm-32697

Swim Kids Level 2

6:30pm 32243

5:30pm-32284 *6:30pm-32285

6:00pm-32319 7:00pm-32320

6:00pm-32358 7:00pm-32360 7:30pm-32359

5:00pm 32388

10:30am-32489 11:00am-32490

10:30am-32698 *5:30pm-32707

Swim Kids Level 3

7:00pm 32244

6:00pm-32286 *6:30pm-32287

5:30pm 32321

4:30pm-32361 6:30pm-32362

4:30pm 32389

10:30am-32491 11:00am-32492

10:30am-32491 11:30am-32701 *3:30pm-32708 *4:30pm-32703 6:30pm-32702

Swim Kids Level 4

7:30pm 32245

5:00pm-32288 *6:30pm-32289

5:30pm 32322

4:30pm-32363 7:00pm-32777

4:00pm 32390

9:30am-32493 11:00am-32494

11:00am-32704 *5:30pm-32706 6:00pm-32705

Swim Kids Level 5

7:00pm 32246

*5:30pm 32290

5:00pm 32323

4:45pm-32364 7:30pm-32365

4:00pm 32391

10:30am 32495

10:30am-32732 *4:00pm-32731 5:00pm-32721

Swim Kids Level 6

7:00pm 32247

*6:00pm 32291

5:00pm 32324

5:30pm-32366 7:30pm-32367

4:00pm 32392

10:30am 32778

11:15am-32733 *3:30pm-32780 6:00pm-32722

Swim Kids Level 7

7:00pm 32248

*6:00pm 32292

5:00pm 32368

10:15am 32499

10:30am-32734 4:30pm-32725

Swim Kids Level 8

7:00pm 32249

*6:30pm 32293

6:00pm 32369

10:15am 32500

11:30am-32735 4:30pm-32726

Swim Kids Level 9

7:00pm 32250

7:00pm 32370

10:00am 32501

11:30am-32738 3:30pm-32729

Swim Kids Level 10

7:00pm 32251

5:00pm 32371

10:00am 32502

11:30am-32739 3:30pm-32730

The barcode beside the course time is to assist you with registration.

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Aquatics Winter 2017 Private and Semi-Private Swimming Lessons Location: Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre – Templeman Menninga Aquatic Centre Dates: Jan. 9th – Mar. 26th, 2017 • No Classes: Feb. 3rd, 4th, 5th, 20th, Mar. 3rd-5th, Mar. 13th -17th, 2017 LEVEL

Mon.

Tues.

Wed.

Thurs.

Fri.

Sat.

Sun.

Classes

9

10

10

10

8 (7 (daytime))

8

8

Preschool Private or SemiPrivate Lessons (Sea Turtle, Sea Otter, Salamander, Sunfish or Crocodile)

5:00pm-32235

6:00pm-32301

5:00pm-32446

5:30pm 32237 32236

6:30pm 32302 32303

5:30pm 32447 32448 32449

6:00pm-32242

7:00pm 32304 32305 32306

6:00pm 32450 32451 6:30pm 32452 32453 32454 32455 32456 32457

Private or SemiPrivate Lessons (Swim Preschool – all levels, Swim Kids – all levels or Adult lessons)

4:00pm 32177 32178 32325 32356 4:30pm 32180 32181 4:00pm 32158 32159

5:00pm 32165 32166 32170

5:00pm 32174 32175

11:00am 32694 32504

5:30pm-32327

12:00pm 32506 32507 32508 4:00pm 32441 32442 32443

10:30am 32471

4:30pm 32509 32510 5:00pm 32692

7:00pm-32332

5:30pm-32511 6:00pm 32512

7:30pm 32160

5:30pm 32167 32168 32169

8:00pm 32334 32335 32336 32337

8:00pm 32161

6:00pm 32171 32172

8:15pm 32338 32339

6:30pm 32173

9:30am 32470

11:30am 32505

6:30pm 32329 32330

5:30pm 32176

12:00pm 32385

5:00pm-32326

6:00pm-32383

8:30pm 32162 32163 32164

10:30am 32693 32503

8:30pm 32340 32341 32342 32343

4:30pm 32444 32445

11:00am 32472 6:30pm 32513 32514

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Aquatics Fall 2016 & Winter 2017 Aquatic Leadership Programs You are finished all your swimming levels so what’s next? In order to become a Lifeguard or Instructor, you need to take your Bronze Medallion first. Not old enough yet? Here are some programs you can do in the meantime to keep up your swimming skills and help you prepare for Bronze Medallion! Location: Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre – Templeman Menninga Aquatic Centre Rookie Patrol Swimmers continue stroke development with 50 m swims of front crawl, back crawl and breaststroke. Lifesaving sport skills include a 25 m obstacle swim and 15 m object carry. First aid focuses on assessment of conscious victims, contacting EMS, and treatment for bleeding. Fitness improves in 350 m workouts and 100 m timed swims. (No class Oct. 8th, Nov. 26th, Feb. 4th, Mar. 4th, Mar.16th) Prerequisite: Suggested completion of at least Swim Kids 8 Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Thurs

6:00-7:00PM

Sep-22-Dec-1

$113.85 (11) 31953

Sat

9:30-10:30AM

Sep-24-Dec-3

$93.15 (9)

Thurs

6:00-7:00PM

Jan-12-Mar-23

$103.50 (10) 32376

Sat

9:30-10:30AM

Jan-21-Mar-25

$75.20 (8)

32011 32496

Ranger Patrol Swimmers develop better strokes over 75 m swims of each stroke. They tackle lifesaving sport skills in a lifesaving medley, timed object support and rescue with a buoyant aid. First aid focuses on assessment of unconscious victims, treatment of victims in shock and obstructed airway procedures. Skill drills develop a strong lifesaving foundation. (No class Oct. 8th, Nov. 26th, Feb. 4th, Mar. 4th, Mar.16th) Prerequisite: Suggested completion of at least Swim Kids 8 Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Thurs

6:00-7:00PM

Sep-22-Dec-1

$113.85 (11) 31954

Sat

9:30-10:30AM

Sep-24-Dec-1

$93.15 (9)

Thurs

6:00-7:00PM

Jan-12-Mar-23

$103.50 (10) 32377

Sat

9:30-10:30AM

Jan-21-Mar-25

$75.20 (8)

Bronze Star This course prepares you for Bronze Medallion. Participants develop problem-solving and decision-making skills individually and in partners. Candidates learn CPR and develop the lifesaving skills needed to be their own lifeguard. A 400m timed swim is included. (No class Oct. 8th, Nov. 26th, Feb. 4th, Mar. 4th, Mar.16th) Prerequisite: Suggested 11yrs of age Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Thurs

7:00-8:00PM

Sep-22-Dec-1

$149.05 (11) 31952

Sat

10:30-11:30AM

Sep-24-Dec-3

$121.95 (9)

Thurs

7:00-8:00PM

Jan-12-Mar-23

$133.00 (10) 32378

Sat

10:30-11:30AM

Jan-21-Mar-23

$105.00 (8)

32012 32498

Advanced Aquatic Practice Sessions Are you taking an advanced course and want some extra practice? Come to our drop-in practice times to work on your strokes, timed swim, spinal rollovers or getting the brick off the bottom! An advanced instructor will be available to help you with whatever you need to work on! No need to register, just show up! Day

Time

Mon or Wed 8:00-9:00pm

32684 32497

Start

Cost

Sep 19

$5.50

Cell phones, cameras and video cameras are not permitted in changerooms, washrooms, pool viewing area and aquatic centre

Steps to Become a Lifeguard and Swimming Instructor

1. Bronze Medallion with Emergency 1st Aid

2. Bronze Cross with

Standard 1st Aid (you can apply for a Jr. Aquatic Staff job)

3. National Lifeguard (NL)

You are now a certified Lifeguard!

2. Red Cross Swim Strokes & Practical Skills

3. Red Cross Water Safety Instructor

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You are now a certified Red Cross Swimming Instructor!


Aquatics Bronze Medallion This is the 1st step to becoming a lifeguard or swimming instructor. This course will teach lifesaving principles, judgement, knowledge, skills and fitness through water and land rescues. By the end of the course, candidates must be able to swim 20 laps in 15mins. There is a portion of the class that is taught in a classroom and there is also a required textbook which is included in the price. On the final day of the course, candidates will have an in-water exam. The Bronze Medallion course also includes a certification in Emergency First Aid. 100% attendance is mandatory. Prerequisites: 13yrs OR successfully completed Bronze star Location: Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre Exam is on Dec. 11th from 3:30 – 6:30pm (No class Oct. 9th & Nov. 27th) for Sept. 24th course Exam is on Apr. 2nd from 3:30 – 6:30pm (No class Feb. 5th & Mar. 5th) for Jan. 22nd course Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Sun

3:30–6:30pm

Sept 24

$229.50

32696

Sun

3:30–6:30pm

Jan-22

$229.50

32700

Bronze Cross This course teaches the difference between lifesaving and lifeguarding which introduces more challenging and advanced aquatic training. By the end of the course, the candidates must be able to swim 24 laps in 18mins. Bronze Cross is also a prerequisite course for the national lifeguard and instructor courses. There is a portion of the class that is taught in a classroom and on the final day of the course, candidates will have an in-water exam. The Bronze Cross course also includes a certification in Standard First Aid and CPR ‘C’. This is a crash course where candidates attend all dates and times below. 100% attendance is mandatory. Prerequisites: Bronze Medallion and Emergency First Aid (need not be current) Location: Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Sat

9:00-5:00PM

Oct. 15th & 22nd

$229.50

32699

Sun

9:00-5:00PM

Oct. 16th & 23rd

Sat

9:00-5:00PM

Feb. 11th & 18th

$229.50

32710

Sun

9:00-5:00PM

Feb. 12th & 19th

Indoor footwear is required in fitness studios, gymnasium and Family Dental Centre Track

National Lifeguard Course This course builds on fundamental skills taught in earlier courses and consists of lifeguarding principles and techniques. This is a very intense course and upon completion, candidates are considered certified lifeguards! By the end of the course, candidates must be able to swim 16 laps in 10mins. There is a portion of the class that is taught in a classroom and on the final day of the course, candidates will have an in-water exam. There is a textbook required which is included in the price. This is a crash course over 2 full weekends where candidates attend all dates and times below. 100% attendance is mandatory. Prerequisites: 16yrs of age by the last day, Bronze Cross and Standard First Aid (need not be current) Location: Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre Day

Time

Start

Cost

Fri

5:00-9:30PM

Nov. 18th & Dec. 2nd $318.00

Sat

9:00-5:00PM

Nov. 19th & Dec. 3rd

Sun

9:00-5:00PM

Nov. 20th & Dec. 4th

Barcode 32711

National Lifeguard Course Recertification This course is to recertify your National Lifeguard Service Award which needs to be recertified every 2 years. Please bring a copy of your original certification with you. Prerequisites: National Lifeguard certification Location: Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Sun

12:00-6:30PM

Dec-11

$105.00

32718

Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Step 1: Complete Red Cross Swim Strokes & Practical Skills Step 2: Complete Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Step 1: Red Cross Swim Strokes & Practical Skills Work on your swimming stokes to improve your endurance and increase your swimming distance and speed. Instructors will work on ensuring you are swimming at the Red Cross Swim Kids 10 standards. Candidates are also taught and evaluated on water safety skills and instructor emergency response skills. Prerequisites: Swim Kids level 10 preferred Location: Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre (No class Oct. 10th & 31st, Feb. 20th & Mar. 13th, Mar.16th) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Mon

8:00-9:00PM

Sep-19-Nov-28

$96.30

32723

Thurs

8:00-9:00PM

Sep-22-Dec-1

$117.70

32724

Mon

8:00-9:00PM

Jan-9-Mar-20

$96.30

32805

Thurs

8:00-9:00PM

Jan-12-Mar-23

$117.70

32806

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Aquatics Step 2: Red Cross Water Safety Instructor This course prepares candidates to instruct the Red Cross swim programs. Candidates focus on strategies to introduce and develop swimming and water safety skills in the Red Cross Swim Programs. This course includes a 20 hour online component and 8 hours of apprenticeship teaching which must be completed before June 11th. Candidates will also receive their Principles of Healthy Childhood Development Certification on June 19th. 100% attendance on all dates listed below is mandatory to complete. Parent or guardian must attend on Jan. 22nd from 2-3pm for the information clinic. Prerequisites: 15yrs of age, Bronze Cross, and completed Red Cross Swim Strokes & Practical Skills Location: Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Sun

2:00-6:00PM

Jan-22

$225.00

32727

Sat

9:00-5:30PM

Feb-25 & Mar-25

$235.00

Sun

9:00-5:30PM

Feb-26 & Mar-26

$110.00

(Includes all manuals and exam fees) Total: $570.00 Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Recertification This is to recertify Red Cross Water Safety Instructor certification which needs to be recertified every 2 years. Please bring your certification card with you. Prerequisites: Red Cross Water Safety Instructor course taken within the last 5 years Location: Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Sun

9:00-3:00PM

Mar-12

$105.00

32736

Lifesaving Society Instructor This course will certify you to teach: Rookie, Ranger, Star Patrol, Wading Pool Attendant, Bronze Star, Bronze Medallion, Emergency First Aid, and Bronze Cross Programs. This is a crash course over one full weekend where candidates attend all dates and times below. There is a required textbook which is included in the price. 100% attendance is mandatory. Prerequisites: 16yrs, Bronze Cross (need not be current) Location: Belleville Kinsmen Community Pool Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Wed

9:00-4:00PM

Dec-21st & 28th

$226.50

32742

Thurs

9:00-4:00PM

Dec-22nd & 29th

Standard First Aid and CPR ‘C’ Standard First Aid incorporates all of Emergency First Aid and is designed for those who require a more in-depth understanding of first aid including: legal implications of first aid treatment, spinal injuries, heat or cold injuries, bone and joint injuries, abdominal and chest injuries, burns, and medical emergencies. There is a required textbook which is included in the price. Prerequisites: None Location: Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Sat & Sun

9:00-5:30PM

Oct-1st & 2nd

$163.20

32746

Sat & Sun

9:00-5:30PM

Jan-28th & 29th

$163.20

32747

Standard First Aid and CPR ‘C’ Recertification Standard First Aid and CPR recert through the Lifesaving Society. To attend this recert, you must have taken your original certification with the Lifesaving Society and your qualification must not be expired past the 3 year certification date. You may only have recertified it once or you will need to repeat the entire course. Prerequisites: First aid course with Lifesaving Society Location: Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Sun

9:00-5:30PM

Sep-24

$105.00

32750

Wed

9:00-5:30PM

Dec-21

$105.00

32754

Sat

9:00-5:30PM

Mar-18

$105.00

32751

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Want to Join our Team???

Become a Volunteer Today! Applications are located at our customer service desk. Volunteers are needed to assist with our swimming lesson programs. Volunteer hours count towards your high school hours and we hire our volunteers first! Need a Job? We are looking for staff qualified in Bronze Cross, as lifeguards and Red Cross Water Safety Instructors who are available during the daytime, evenings and weekends to be part of our Aquatics team! Send your resume to srouthier@city. belleville.on.ca and start your exciting new career.

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Aquatics Advanced Instructors This course is for current Lifesaving Instructors who wish to teach the Advanced Lifesaving Levels. This is a prerequisite for all other Advanced Lifesaving Leadership Courses. Prerequisites: Current Lifesaving Instructor Location: Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre

First Aid Instructor This course will teach you how to instruct a Standard First Aid Course through the Lifesaving Society. Prerequisites: 18 years, Current Lifesaving Instructor & Standard First Aid. Registration starts in August. Location: Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre

Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Sat

9:00-4:00PM

Dec-17

$108.00

32757

Mon

9:00-5:00PM

Dec-19

$220.00

32764

Tues

9:00-5:00PM

Dec-20

Examiner Standards Clinic This clinic is for current Lifesaving Instructors who wish to examine up to Bronze Cross levels. Prerequisites: Current Lifesaving Instructor Location: Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Sun

9:00-4:00PM

Dec-18

FREE

32758

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Aquatics Special Aquatic Programs Swim to Survive®

Swim to survive® is a free program offered to grade 3 students. Swim to Survive® teaches the essentials needed to survive an unexpected fall into deep water - an important first step to being safe around water.

Swim to Survive +

Swim to survive+ builds on the Swim to Survive skills needed to survive an unexpected fall into deep water: ROLL into deep water, TREAD water for 1 minute; SWIM 50m. This program is geared toward presenting real-life situations for children in Grade 7.

Other School Programs

School bookings are available during the day Monday to Friday. Great for class trips, swim teams or phys-ed classes! Great for elementary or high schools! Choose your activity: • Red Cross Swimming Lessons – 5 to 10 week programs • Aqua fitness – one class or multiple classes • Leisure Swims • Structured Games such as water polo, water baseball, relay races, etc. For more information on these programs or to get your school involved, please call or email srouthier@city.belleville.on.ca 613-967-3200 x3823

Belleville Youth Swim Team Limited Space Available. Reserve your spot today!

Ages 7 and up are welcome to join the BYST. Everyone is guaranteed to improve their strokes.

For more information please visit out our website (www.byst.ca) or contact Head Coach, Brandon Oates, @ 613-661-SWIM (7946) or coachboates@gmail.com

In order to join the team, you must be able to swim 2 lengths of the pool (50m) without stopping, in under 1:30. Jr. BYST PROGRAM ASSESSMENTS ARE FROM 6-7PM ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 AND THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22

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Do you want to become a stronger and faster swimmer? Come out to see if competitive swimming is for you!


Skating Fall 2016 / Winter2017 City of Belleville Recreational Skating Public Skating: This is a drop-in recreational skating program. Skating Aids will not be permitted during these times. City Ice Monitor staff will be present and rules must be obeyed. HELMETS ARE STRONGLY RECOMMENDED. Skating aids are not permitted during public skating. Cost: $2.75/ per participant Family/Parent & Tot Skate: This is a drop-in recreational skating program for parents and their children. Skaters may share the ice with the adult skates. Family skaters must adhere to Public Skating Rules. Skating Aids will be permitted during these times ONLY. HELMETS & SKATES ARE MANDATORY FOR EVERYONE ON THE ICE. Cost: $2.75/ per participant

Senior Shinny Hockey This is a drop-in program for those seniors who wish to participate in shinny hockey. Full hockey equipment is recommended. HELMETS ARE MANDATORY. Cost: $5.50/session Adult Shinny Hockey This is a drop-in program for those adults who wish to participate in shinny hockey. Full hockey equipment is recommended. HELMETS ARE MANDATORY. Cost: $5.50/session Adult Public Skating This is a leisure skating program for adults 18 years old and above. This is not suitable for those who wish to figure or speed skate. HELMETS ARE STRONGLY RECOMMENDED. Cost: $2.75/person/skate Figure Skating Practice For registered, insured FIGURE SKATERS and their COACHES, we offer a practice session. Coaches must be with their skaters to ensure safety on the ice by following these rules: Maximum 15 skaters on the ice, coaches cooperate with routines and music, no lifts, throws, or jumps should be performed during this practice time. Cost: $5.50/session

Schedules

(for all of the above programs) Please check the skating schedules at: www.qswc.ca Visit the Customer Service desk Or call 613-966-4632 Please note the Skating schedule is updated on a monthly basis and is subject to change. Location is the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre. For specific Ice Pad location, please check with the recreation desk when paying. Skaters must pay at the Recreation desk to obtain their wrist band, which must be worn on the ice. www.qswc.ca • 613-966-4632 • prgeneral@city.belleville.on.ca • Fall 2016/Winter 2017 Playbook | 45


Skating Pre-School/ Discover Skate Learn to Skate Programs Our Pre-School & Discover Skate Programs offer recreational skating lessons for children ages three years old and up. Participants are grouped according to their skating ability. Lessons are 25 minutes long and Helmets, mittens or gloves are mandatory for all participants. A practice area is provided for those registered in our Learn to Skate programs and their caregiver. Practice time will be available either before or after their skating lesson. If your child has never

been on skates and/or needs assistance standing on skates, parents are welcome to bring their own skates and helmet to participate. ** The following are the guidelines that should be followed when registering your child in these “Learn to Skate” programs. Classes are organized by ages and levels (3-5 years & 6+ years).

Star 1: (Beginners) • Balance on two feet • Falling down, getting up • March on the spot • Walking and jumping • Forward glide • Stopping

Star 3: (Must be able to perform Star 2 Skills) • Forward slalom • Backward glide • Jumping • Front glide on curve • Forward circle thrusts on curve • Crossover in figure eight

Star 2: (Must be able to perform Star 1 Skills) • Skate backwards • Forward and backwards glides • Turning • Snowplow stop • Crossovers

Star 4: (Must be able to perform Star 3 Skills) • Backward jumps • Back glide on curve • Backward slalom • One foot spins • Backward circle thrusts • Backward crossovers

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Skating Learn-to-Skate Schedule Level

Tuesdays

Wednesdays

Saturdays

Star 1 (3-5 years)

9:20 - 9:45 a.m. (32877/32887) 5:00 – 5:25 p.m. (32878/32888) 5:25 – 5:50 p.m. (32879/32889) 5:50 – 6:15 p.m. (32880/32890)

11:30 - 11:55 a.m. (32881/32891)

9:00 – 9:25 a.m. (32882/32892) 9:25 – 9:50 a.m.(32883/32893) 10:00 – 10:25 a.m.(32884/32894) 10:25 – 10:50 a.m.(32885/32895) 10:50 - 11:15 a.m.(32886/32896)

Star 2 (3-5 years)

8:55 – 9:20 a.m. (32900/32908) 5:00 – 5:25 p.m. (32901/32909) 5:25 – 5:50 p.m. (32902/32910) 5:50 – 6:15 p.m. (32903/32911)

Private Lessons: Tues. 4:05-4:30pm (Fall:32988, 32990 Winter:32994, 32995) Tues. 4:30-4:55pm (Fall:32989, 32991, 32992, 32993 Winter:32996, 32997, 32998, 32999)

9:00 – 9:25 a.m. (32904/32912) 9:25 – 9:50 a.m. (32905/32913) 10:25 – 10:50 a.m. (32906/32914) 10:50 - 11:15 a.m. (32907/32915)

Star 3 / 4 (3-5 years)

8:30 – 8:55 a.m. (32941/32962)

10:25 – 10:50 a.m. (32942/32963)

Star 1 (6 years & up)

5:00 – 5:25 p.m. (32859/32868) 5:25 – 5:50 p.m. (32860/32869) 5:50 – 6:15 p.m. (32861/32870)

9:00 – 9:25 a.m. (32863/32871) 9:25 – 9:50 a.m. (32864/32872) 10:00 – 10:25 a.m. (32865/32954) 10:25 – 10:50 a.m. (32866/32955) 10:50 - 11:15 a.m. (32867/32956)

Star 2 (6 years & up)

5:00 – 5:25 p.m. (32919/32927) 5:25 – 5:50 p.m. (32920/32928) 5:50 – 6:15 p.m. (32921/32929)

9:00 – 9:25 a.m. (32922/32930) 9:25 – 9:50 a.m. (32923/32931) 10:00 – 10:25 a.m. (32924/32932) 10:25 – 10:50 a.m. (32925/32933) 10:50 - 11:15 a.m. (32926/32981)

Star 3 (6 years & up)

5:00 – 5:25 p.m. (32935/32940) 5:50 – 6:15 p.m. (32936/32984)

9:00 – 9:25 a.m. (32937/32985) 9:25 – 9:50 a.m. (32938/32986) 10:00 – 10:25 a.m. (32939/32987)

Star 4 (6 years & up)

5:50 – 6:15 p.m. (32943/32946)

10:00 – 10:25 a.m. (32945/32948)

Learn-to-Skate Session Dates & Costs Fall Session: 2016

Cost

Winter Session: 2017

Cost

Tuesday, Sept. 13 – Dec. 6 (13 Weeks)

$107.90

Tuesday, Jan. 10 – Mar. 21 (10 Weeks) (No classes: Feb. 28th & Mar. 7th)

$83.00

Wednesday, Sept. 14 – Dec. 7 (13 Weeks)

$107.90

Wednesday, Jan. 11 – Mar. 22 (11 wks.) (No classes: Mar. 1st)

$91.30

Saturday, Sept. 10 – Dec. 3 (11 Weeks) (No Classes Oct. 8th & Nov. 5th)

$91.30

Saturday, Jan. 14 – Mar. 25 (10 Weeks) (No Classes Mar. 4th)

$83.00

Please check your receipt for ice pad location(s). Private Skating Lessons: Limited times may be available for this upcoming Fall/Winter Session for some private 25 minute learn-to-skate lessons. Fall: $286 - 13 lessons • Winter: $242 - 11 lessons Call 613-966-4632 for more details. PLEASE NOTE: LOCATION & DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.

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Skating Power Skating Improve your hockey game with skills that will improve your speed, balance, stopping, posture, stride and more. Full hockey gear is required. Participants must be able to skate. Location: Check your receipt for ice pad location(s). Coaching Staff: Kim Kiddle, Cody Stapley (Assistant Coach), Nicole Coons No Programs: Oct 8th, Nov 5th, Feb 28th, Mar 2nd, Mar 4th and Mar 7th. Level

Day

NEW: Beginner Ages 4-6 (Must be able to skate)

Saturday

Beginner Ages 6-9 Up to Novice

Tuesday

Intermediate Ages 9-12 (2 sessions of beginner is required)

Tuesday

Advanced Ages 13+ (or, coach’s approval)

Thursday

Dates

Time

Sept. 10 – Dec. 3 Jan. 14 – Mar. 25

11:30am-12:15pm

Sept. 13 – Nov. 29 Jan. 10 – Mar. 28

5:15-6:00pm

Sept. 13 – Nov. 29 Jan. 10 – Mar. 28

6:05-7:00pm

Sept. 15 – Dec. 1 Jan. 12 – Mar. 23

4:15-5:15pm

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Barcode

Cost

32969

$143.00

32970

$130.00

32971

$156.00

32972

$143.00

32977

$171.00

32978

$156.75

32982

$189.00

32983

$157.50


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JOIN THE CLUB! Belleville’s 50+ Centre

Open to everyone 50 years or over! Monday to Friday | 9am – 4pm

Join us each day for fun and interesting activities. Meet new friends, learn new skills, enjoy some refreshments or use the computer room. 265 Cannifton Road, Belleville ON The cost is only $5.00 per year, renewable each January. Activities and programs include: Games Galore, Open Studio, Computer Courses, Bridge, COPD , Support Group, VON Falls Prevention Exercise Program, Parkinson's Keep Moving Exercise Program, Coffee Hour, Movie Nights, Stitches, Cribbage, Bid Euchre, Mah Jongg, Scrapbooking and more.

Activities take place each day and special speakers and events are scheduled to provide information on a variety of topics including medical, financial, travel and more. If you have a program idea or you are interested in volunteering to work with others please call the office at 613-966-4632.

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Branch Offices:

North Hastings 1P Manor Lane, Bancroft L1-024 Prince Edward County 35 Bridge Street - Suite 1, Picton Quinte West 499 Dundas St. West, Trenton Branch offices are closed between 12-1pm daily

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Serving the Community for 27 Years

Frequent Steps Boutique Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 12pm - 8pm, Sat. 9am - 1pm, Fri. 4pm - 7pm

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• Fall and Winter Registration begins Aug 22nd, 2016 • Enjoy Various Styles & Branches of Dance • Make New Friends & Connections Thru Dance • Year end Performance in front of family and friends. • Competitive Performance Dancetroop • Instructors Certification B.A.T.D./R.A.D/A.D.A.P.T.

• Kinderdance • Birthday Parties • Payment Plans • Dance Pass • Frequent Steps Boutique for all of your dance wear needs • Friendly Certified Staff • Free Trial Class • 3 Locations now: Belleville, Campbellford and Stirling • Reader’s Choice Award for the best dance school in the Quinte area for 2 Yrs.

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Older Adults Older Adult Health & Wellness Class Schedule Monday Stretch & Balance Fit 9:15-10:15am Intermediate Tai Chi 10:00-11:00am Gentle Pilates 10:30-11:30am Strong Seniors 10:45-11:30am Line Dancing 11:30am-12:30pm *Stroke Care & COPD 2:00-3:30pm Older Adult 20/20/20 3:30-4:30pm “NEW” *Tai Chi Level 2/3 6:30-7:30pm *Tai Chi Beginner 7:45-8:45pm

Tuesday Older Adult Yoga 8:45-9:45am 10:00-11:00am Tai Chi Level 2/3 9:15-10:15am Senior Fit 9:30-10:30am Strong Seniors 10:15-11:00am Tai Chi Beginner 10:30-11:30am Older Adult Yoga OR Chair Yoga 11:15am-12:15pm Mindfulness Meditation 1:00-1:30pm Qi Gong 1:15-2:15pm Absolute Beginner Yoga 1:30-2:30pm *Cardiac Care 2:00-3:30pm *Gentle Pilates 6:45-7:30pm

Wednesday Tone & Sculpt 9:30-10:30am

Thursday Older Adult Yoga 8:45-9:45am

Friday Older Adult Yoga 9:00-10:00am

Stretch & Balance Fit 9:30-10:30am

Exercising to the Oldies 9:45-10:45am “NEW”

Mix It Up! “NEW” 10:00-11:00am

Strong Seniors 10:45-11:30am Zumba Gold 11:00am-12:00pm *Stroke Care & COPD 2:00-3:30pm *Line Dancing 6:00-7:00pm

Older Adult Yoga 10:00-11:00am Strong Seniors 10:15-11:00am Stretch & Strengthen 11:00am-12:00pm Older Adult Yoga 11:15am-12:15pm

Older Adult Yoga 10:15-11:15am Senior Fit 11:30am-12:30pm *Yoga for Healthy Backs 5:45-6:45pm

*Diabetic Exercise 7:00-8:00pm

*Cardiac Care 2:00-3:30pm Tai Chi Practice 5:30-6:30pm ($2.75) *These programs are found in the ADULT section. COST: $8.00 per drop-in or 10-pack for $75.00 or pre-register for the session and save! Older Adult Yoga – Cost: $6.00/drop-in Drop-in fees include HST Please note that classes may be full and drop-in participation is a on a first come, first served basis.

OLDER ADULT PROGRAM NOTES: • • •

• • • • •

Fall Programs begin the week of Sept. 12th Winter Programs begin the week of Jan.9th No Classes: Oct. 8th - 10th, Oct. 31st after 4pm, Nov. 11th, Dec. 16th after 4:30pm, Feb 20th, Mar. 3rd - 5th. For additional cancellations, please see notes under your specific program description and review the information on your receipt. Program Location: Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre, 265 Cannifton Rd. Times, dates, locations, and fees are subject to change. HST will be added to class fees. Receive 25% off on your 2nd and subsequent registration/person (in the same session) A Free Wellness Passport is required for access to all program areas For more information: Visit our Customer Service Desk, call 613-966-4632 or visit us online at www.qswc.ca www.qswc.ca • 613-966-4632 • prgeneral@city.belleville.on.ca • Fall 2016/Winter 2017 Playbook | 53


Older Adults MONTHLY LUNCHEONS

Older Adults 50+, join us on the last Monday of the month for a delicious catered hot lunch including coffee, tea and dessert. Every month there is an interesting and informative guest speaker or fun project. September 26th: Herbs for Aging Gracefully Sherri Bergman, a traditional herbalist shares her insight and wisdom gained through 50 years of experience working with healing herbs. This multisensory, informative discussion of herbs that assist us in maintaining good health as we age will ensure everyone leaves with a better understanding of natural ways to help us age gracefully. Presented by: Sherri Bergman – Traditional Herbalist October 31st: The Darker Side of Belleville Happy Halloween! Belleville has a lot of interesting and sometimes dark history to share! Did you know that the first couple hung side-by-side in Canada were hung in Belleville in 1862 or that renown author Susanna Moodie consulted spiritualists here after her son drowned in the Moira River in 1844? Join us for a look at the spookier side of Belleville to celebrate All Hallows Eve. Presented by: Amanda Hill, Community Archives November 28th: Creative Christmas Cards Christmas is just around the corner and it is time to start thinking about sending Christmas cards to friends and family near and far. Wow everyone with your beautiful, original Christmas cards this year after learning how to make them in this hands-on workshop. You will leave with 3 beautiful cards and the knowledge to make more! $5.00 Supply Fee (only if making cards) Presented by: Ecstasy Crafts January 30th: Taking Care of You Is cancer preventable? Does an anti-cancer diet exist? It is too late to make changes that can have a lasting impact? The Canadian Cancer Society will be joining us to discuss ways you can lower your chances of getting certain types of cancer. Whether it is through changing your diet, increasing your physical activity or one of the many other ways to reduce the risk, you will learn what you can do to take better care of you. Presented by: The Canadian Cancer Society, Hastings-Prince Edward County February 27th: Making the Move Have you been considering downsizing or moving into a retirement residence? Has a cute condominium caught your eye? Nadine Chase, a Seniors Real Estate Specialist, will be joining us to give you tips and insight on ways to make your home more sellable, what to look for in a new home, the pros and cons of buying a condominium and all the pitfalls that people encounter when buying or selling property. Presented by: Nadine Chase, Seniors Real Estate Specialist – EXIT Realty March 27th: The Best of the Bay One of the best things about living in the Bay of Quinte region is its wealth of activities to take part in throughout the seasons. From spring craft shows and winery openings to live music in the summer, to fall driving tours and winter outdoors experiences, there’s no shortage of opportunities to get active in our communities. We’ll fill you in on the top events and experiences you might not even know are right in your back yard Presented by: Bay of Quinte Tourism Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre, 265 Cannifton Road Multipurpose Room (2nd floor beside track) • Time: 11:30 am-1:30 pm / Cost: $7.75/person Pre-registration is required the week prior to the luncheon to confirm numbers for the caterer. Sorry, no refunds after Thursday at 4:30pm • Please call 613-966-4632 to reserve your seat.

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Older Adults Belleville’s 50+ Centre Open to everyone 50 years and over! Monday – Friday: 9am – 4pm Join us each day for fun and interesting activities. Meet new friends, learn new skills, enjoy some refreshments or use the computer room. The cost is only $5.00 per year, renewable each January. Activities and programs include: Canasta, Open Studio, Computer courses, Bridge, COPD Support Group, VON Falls Prevention Exercise Program, Parkinson’s Keep Moving Exercise Program, Coffee Hour, Movie Nights, Stitches, Cribbage, Bid Euchre, Mahjong, Scrapbooking and more. Activities take place each day and special speakers and events are scheduled to provide information on a variety of topics including medical, financial, travel and more. If you have a program idea or you are interested in volunteering to work with others please call the office at 613-966-4632. For the monthly calendar of scheduled activities visit: www.qswc.ca or pick one up at the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre.

Seniors’ Showcase Information Fair

Information for this event was not available at the time of publication. If your organization/business is interested in assisting the City of Belleville, Recreation, Culture & Community Services Department with this event, please contact Karen Weichenthal at kweichenthal@city.belleville.on.ca

A wellness passport is required to access the Family Dental Centre Indoor Track and special program areas, including the Templeman Menninga Aquatic Centre

Gift Certificates Available You set the amount, They pick the activity

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Older Adults Special Interest Programs for Older Adults (50+) For start dates & special Program notes please see the first page of this section. Pre-registration is required for all of the listed programs. Badminton This drop-in, co-ed, badminton program will offer participants the opportunity to be active and meet people in a non-competitive, fun oriented atmosphere. Location: Gymnasium (No class: Oct 8th, 10th, 22nd, Nov. 12th, Dec. 17th, Feb 20th, Mar 1st, 4th, 6th, 18th) Day

Time

Mon.

9:00am-11:00am Fall (shared with Winter Pickleball)

Wed. Sat.

Start

Cost

Barcode

Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

$2.75/ drop-in

32873

Tues.

6:30pm-8:30pm

Fall

32402

32874

Tues.

6:30pm-8:30pm

Winter

$2.75/ drop-in

7:00-9:00pm Adult

Fall

32592

Winter

32593

3:30-5:00pm (Family/shared with Pickleball)

Fall

32918

Winter

32934

Pickleball Pickleball is an extremely popular sport which combines elements of badminton, tennis and table tennis. It is played on a court with the same dimensions as a doubles badminton court and is played with a hard paddle and a whiffle ball. This smaller area combined with the slower moving ball makes pickleball easier to play than tennis. Location: Gymnasium (No class: Oct 6th, 8th, 10th, 22nd, Nov 11th, 12th, Dec. 17th, Feb 20th Mar 1st, 3rd & 6th, 14th, 16th, 17th) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Mon.

9:00am-11:00am (shared with badminton)

Fall

$2.75/ drop-in

32602

5:00-7:00pm

Sat. FAMILY

3:30-5:00pm

Start

Thurs.

10:00am-12:00pm Fall

Thurs.

10:00am-12:00pm Winter

Cost

Barcode

$2.75/ drop-in

32959 32960

Art & Photography Appreciation Express your inner artist with a variety of art and photography classes. Whether you are a beginner or more experienced artist, these fun and informative classes will reignite your creativity. The 8 week session includes the basics of painting (acrylic & watercolour), intro to photography, drawing, charcoal and pastels. Supplies (extra): $10.00 Location: 50+ Centre Program starts Feb 2nd Start

Cost

Barcode

Fall

32603

Thurs.

9:00-10:30am

Winter

$70.00

32409

Winter

32619 32604

Winter

32620

Fall

32605

Winter

32621

10:00am-12:00pm Fall

Wed. ADULT

Time

Time

10:00am-12:00pm Fall

Fri.

Day

Day

Wed.

1:00pm-3:00pm

Shuffleboard Join us each week at the shuffleboard courts to have fun and work on perfecting your aim! This program offers older adults the opportunity to be gently active while socializing with friends and enjoying the popular game of shuffleboard Location: Multipurpose Room (No class: Nov 17th, Mar 2nd)

32618

1:00pm-3:00pm

Thurs.

32403

Winter Tues. (Beginner)

(Intermediate)

Crokinole Join us on Tuesdays to socialize and have fun playing Crokinole. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned pro you will enjoy this classic game. This is a drop-in program for all ages. (No class: May 3rd) Location: 50+ Centre

32606

Exploration of All Things Paint! NEW! This class will include acrylic and watercolor painting of landscapes, cityscapes, portraits, and 3D works. First you will learn the basics, and then some advanced techniques with salt and glitter, 3D art, and new painting tools. Pushing the limits of painting to the artistic extreme! Supplies (extra): $10.00 Location: 50+ Centre Program starts Feb 2nd

Winter

32622

Day

Time

Fall

32598

Thurs.

10:45am-12:15pm Winter

Winter

32646

Fall

32599

Winter

32626

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Cost

Barcode

$70.00

32964


Older Adults Health & Wellness Programs for Older Adults (50+) For start dates & special Program notes please see the first page of this section. Pre-registration is required for all of the listed programs. Gentle Pilates Pilates workouts focus first on developing core strength, the back, abdomen and hips. Body weight resistance as well as bands and stability balls are used to gain a better mind/body connection. Through breathing instruction and modifications, you are encouraged to work at your own level to increase strength, flexibility and coordination. Location: Aerobic Studio (No class: Oct 10th, Feb 20th) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Mon.

10:30-11:30am

Fall (13)

$76.05

31849

Mon.

10:30-11:30am

Winter (10)

$58.50

31850

Line Dancing Line Dancing not only burns calories, it also tones muscles, improves balance, relieves stress and stimulates brain cells in a way that traditional exercise can’t. It requires the co-ordination of brain and body, which strengthens neural pathways and improves cognitive health. Come out and try Line Dancing you will have a great time! Location: Multipurpose Room (some classes may be in other rooms – check your receipt for details) (No class: Oct 10th, Feb 20th) Day

Time

Mon. Mon.

Start

Cost

Barcode

11:30am-12:30pm Fall (13)

$76.05

31851

11:30am-12:30pm Winter (10)

$58.50

31852

Qi Gong Qi Gong is an ancient Chinese art and science. Like Western biofeedback therapy, it is a form of systematic training in psycho-physiological self-regulation. There are four basic applications of Qi Gong – health, longevity, martial power and spiritual enlightenment. Qi Gong cultivates vital energy by regulating body posture, mind concentration, harmonized breathing, self-massage and meditation. Location: Aerobic Studio Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Tues.

1:15-2:15pm

Fall (14)

$84.00

31853

Tues.

1:15-2:15pm

Winter (11)

$66.00

31854

If you are unsure whether your program is running, or if you are dropping into a program, or DURING INCLEMENT WEATHER, please check www.qswc.ca for cancellations.

Senior Fit Get fit in this low intensity one hour program including warm-up, cardiovascular exercises, muscle conditioning, balance work, stretching and cool-down. Location: Aerobic Studio (No class: Nov 11th, Mar 3rd) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Tues.

9:30 - 10:30am

Fall (14)

$81.90

31855

Fri.

11:30am-12:30pm Fall (13)

$76.05

31856

Tues.

9:30 - 10:30am

Winter (11)

$64.35

31857

Fri.

11:30am-12:30pm Winter (10)

$58.50

31858

Stretch and Strengthen An exercise program geared to give you both upper and lower body muscle strengthening and flexibility. This program is ideal for people with arthritis, osteoporosis, and fibromyalgia. This program is suitable for both men and women. Location: Aerobic Studio Day

Time

Cost

Barcode

Thurs

11:00am-12:00pm Fall (14)

Start

$81.90

31859

Thurs

11:00am-12:00pm Winter (11)

$64.35

31860

Stretch and Balance Fit This is a great class to help you move better, feel better and become stronger while having fun. Warm up with a walk on the track and then join us for one full hour of gentle movements in resistance training, balance and flexibility exercises. Location: Aerobic Studio (No class: Oct 10th, Feb 20th) Day

Time

Mon.

Start

Cost

Barcode

9:15am-10:15am Fall (13)

$76.05

31861

Wed.

9:30am-10:30am Fall (14)

$81.90

31862

Mon.

9:15am-10:15am Winter (10)

$58.50

31863

Wed.

9:30am-10:30am Winter (11)

$64.35

31864

Zumba Gold Move with joy! This class is based on the same dance moves used in an original Zumba class, but it is less intense, with dance routines designed for beginners and older active adults. There is a longer warm-up and cool-down to help improve balance, flexibility and cardiovascular strength. Location: Aerobic Studio Day

Time

Cost

Barcode

Wed.

11:00am-12:00pm Fall (14)

Start

$81.90

31865

Wed.

11:00am-12:00pm Winter (11)

$64.35

31866

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Older Adults Health & Wellness Programs for Older Adults (50+) For start dates & special Older Adult Program notes please see the first page of this section. Pre-registration is required for all of the listed programs. Strong Seniors Studies show that weight-bearing exercises stimulate bone growth. The use of free weights, machines and aerobic exercise in this program will help you reach this goal. Learning to use proper form, breathing techniques and full range of motion to increase flexibility will make you feel stronger and more energized. Location: Workout Studio (No class: Oct 10th, Feb 20th) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Mon.

10:45-11:30am

Fall (13)

$76.05

31867

Tues.

10:15-11:00am

Fall (14)

$81.90

31868

Wed.

10:45-11:30am

Fall (14)

$81.90

31869

Thurs.

10:15-11:00am

Fall (14)

$81.90

31870

Mon.

10:45-11:30am

Winter (10)

$58.50

31871

Tues.

10:15-11:00am

Winter (11)

$64.35

31872

Wed.

10:45-11:30am

Winter (11)

$64.35

31873

Thurs.

10:15-11:00am

Winter (11)

$64.35

31874

Older Adult 20/20/20 NEW! Three workouts in one! An intermediate level total body workout designed for older adults with 20 minutes of cardio, 20 minutes of muscle strengthening and conditioning followed by 20 minutes of stretching and core strengthening. Location: Aerobic Studio (No class: Oct 10th, Feb 20th) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Mon.

3:30-4:30pm

Fall (13)

$76.05

31875

Mon.

3:30-4:30pm

Winter (10)

$58.50

31876

Exercising To The Oldies NEW! Music you know and love! Exercising while learning a few new dance moves means fun and fitness combined! This class will provide a good overall workout; improving balance, cardio and muscle strength. No dance experience necessary. Location: Aerobic Studio Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Thurs.

9:45-10:45am

Fall (14)

$81.90

33010

Thurs.

9:45-10:45am

Winter (11)

$64.35

33011

Tone & Sculpt All fitness levels will benefit from this outstanding total body workout. This class is designed to improve strength, flexibility, posture, coordination, and will energize you. Location: Workout Studio Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Wed.

9:30-10:30am

Fall (14)

$81.90

32540

Wed.

9:30-10:30am

Winter (11)

$64.35

32542

Mindfulness Meditation This half-hour class will explore techniques to bring the mind into a quieter state, allowing us to let go of anxieties and move into peacefulness. Mindfulness practices teach us to be fully present in each moment of our lives. This class is open to all adults. Location: Yoga Studio Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Tues.

1:00-1:30pm

Fall (14)

$45.50

31879

Tues.

1:00-1:30pm

Winter (11)

$35.75

31880

Mix It Up! NEW! Enjoy this intermediate level fun class that is different every week! Resistance bands, stability balls, weights and more will be used to give you a workout designed to improve cardio, strength, flexibility and balance. Location: Aerobic Studio (No class: Nov. 11th) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Fri.

10:00-11:00am

Fall (13)

$76.05

31877

Fri.

10:00-11:00am

Winter (10)

$58.50

31878

Indoor footwear is required in fitness studios, gymnasium and Family Dental Centre Track

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Older Adults Health & Wellness Programs for Older Adults (50+) For start dates & special Older Adult Program notes please see the first page of this section. Pre-registration is required for all of the listed programs. Tai Chi Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese exercise. Men and women of all ages can practice these non-strenuous, flowing and relaxing movements to regain their natural health and remain in good physical condition. It is often described as a “moving meditation” because it relieves stress, improves concentration, perception and balance. It is also an effective therapy for many health problems. Location: Multipurpose Room. (No class: Oct 10th, Feb 20th) Beginner Level: Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Tues.

10:30-11:30am

Fall (14)

$81.90

32265

Tues.

10:30-11:30am

Winter (11)

$64.35

32267

Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Tues.

9:15-10:15am

Fall (14)

$81.90

32274

Tues.

9:15-10:15am

Winter (11)

$64.35

32276

Level 2/3:

Intermediate: Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Mon.

10:00-11:00am

Fall (13)

$76.05

32279

Mon.

10:00-11:00am

Winter (10)

$58.50

32280

Drop-in Practice Session: (for those registered in Tai Chi who want to practice, not an instructional class) (No class: Nov 17th, Mar 2nd) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Thurs.

5:30-6:30pm

Fall/Winter

$2.75/ drop-in

32281

Chair Yoga Our special Chair Yoga classes are for those who no longer wish to be up and down off their mats. It offers participants modifications to regular yoga to accommodate those who require it. Location: Yoga Studio Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Tues.

11:15am-12:15pm

Fall (14)

$70.00

31881

Tues.

11:15am-12:15pm

Winter (11)

$52.25

31882

Absolute Beginner Yoga This class is appropriate for older adults who have been physically inactive or are recovering from injury or illness, but who want to regain strength and flexibility. Graduates from this class may be able to graduate into the regular older adult yoga classes. Drop-in available, if space permits, at $6.00 per class. Location: Yoga Studio Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Tues.

1:30-2:30pm

Fall (14)

$70.00

31883

Tues.

1:30-2:30pm

Winter (11)

$52.25

31884

Yoga for A Strong & Healthy Back (Adult) Learn the basic yoga postures and breathing techniques to help develop a strong back and increase your flexibility. Gaining core strength will also enhance back support and stability. Location: Yoga Studio (No class: Nov 11th, Mar 3rd) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Fri.

5:45-6:45pm

Fall (12)

$72.00

31885

Fri.

5:45-6:45pm

Winter (10)

$60.00

31886

There are many more interesting classes throughout the Playbook, have a look at these: Adult section: Therapeutic Classes (Cardiac Maintenance, COPD-Respiratory Exercise, Diabetic Exercise, Stroke Care), Evening Tai Chi, Hatha Yoga, Dance Lessons, Fitness Classes and much more Aquatics: Aqua Fitness (Therapy, Mind & Body, Senior’s Step, Fibromyalgia/Arthritis, Zumba), Therapy Swims, Lane Swims and more Skating: Adult Skating Lessons, Shinny Hockey and Adult Public Skating

If you are unsure whether your program is running, or if you are dropping into a program, or DURING INCLEMENT WEATHER, please check www.qswc.ca for cancellations.

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Older Adults Older Adult Yoga Classes Hatha yoga, for older adults (50+), combines slow, steady movements with controlled breathing and simple relaxation techniques. Modifications for mature bodies are offered. Drop-in available, if space permits, at $6.00 per class. (No Classes: Nov 11th, Mar 3rd) Day

Time

Location

Session

Cost

Barcode

Tues.

8:45am-9:45am

Yoga Studio

Fall (14)

$70.00

31893

Tues.

10:00am-11:00am

Yoga Studio

Fall (14)

$70.00

31894

Tues.

11:15am-12:15pm

Aerobics Studio

Fall (14)

$70.00

31895

Thurs.

8:45am-9:45am

Yoga Studio

Fall (14)

$70.00

31896

Thurs.

10:00am-11:00am

Yoga Studio

Fall (14)

$70.00

31897

Thurs.

11:15am-12:15pm

Yoga Studio

Fall (14)

$70.00

31898

Fri.

9:00am-10:00am

Yoga Studio

Fall (13)

$65.00

31899

Fri.

10:15am-11:15am

Yoga Studio

Fall (13)

$65.00

31900

Tues.

8:45am-9:45am

Yoga Studio

Winter (11)

$52.25

31901

Tues.

10:00am-11:00am

Yoga Studio

Winter (11)

$52.25

31902

Tues.

11:15am-12:15pm

Yoga Studio

Winter (11)

$52.25

33018

Thurs.

8:45am-9:45am

Yoga Studio

Winter (11)

$52.25

32833

Thurs.

10:00am-11:00am

Yoga Studio

Winter (11)

$52.25

32835

Thurs.

11:15am-12:15pm

Yoga Studio

Winter (11)

$52.25

32836

Fri.

9:00am-10:00am

Yoga Studio

Winter (10)

$47.50

31903

Fri.

10:15am- 11:15am

Yoga Studio

Winter (10)

$47.50

31904

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• Small class sizes • Individualized attention •Curricular trips included • Financial assistance available

“Keep kids out of hot water, put them on ice”

FALL REGISTRATION WILL OPEN FOR HOUSE LEAGUE PLAYERS AUGUST 1, AND CLOSE AUGUST 31. MEMBERS WILL BE ABLE TO REGISTER AND PAY ON LINE.

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LATE REGISTRATIONS WILL BE SUBJECT TO A LATE FEE. DISCOUNT AVAILABLE FOR FAMILIES REGISTERING 3 CHILDREN.

Fees for Registration for Season are determined each March. Association runs Hockey Programming and Development for youth ages 4 - 17yrs New members to BMHA are required to pay in person and bring a copy of their child’s birth certificate. Please check website for office hours, walk in registration times and available applications for House League and Select team coaching positions. Certification required for coaches and trainers. Visit omha.net for more information. Full registration details are available online at www.bellevilleminorhockey.ca

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Adults Adult Health & Wellness Class Schedule Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Tai Chi Int. 10:00-11:00am

Tai Chi Level 2/3 9:15-10:15am

Tone & Sculpt 9:30-10:30am

TRX 7:00-7:30am

Hatha Yoga 12:10-12:55pm

TRX 8:00-8:30am

*30min Body Blast 12:15-12:45pm

Tai Chi – Beginner 10:30-11:30am

Parent & Baby Fit 10:45-11:30am

*H.I.T.T. 12:15-12:45pm

Yoga for Healthy Backs 5:45-6:45pm

Hatha Yoga 9:15-10:15am

Stroke Care/ COPD 2:00-3:30pm

Chair Yoga 11:15-12:15pm

*30min Body Blast 12:15-12:45pm

Cardiac Care 2:00-3:30pm

20/20/20 5:15-6:15pm

Mindfulness Meditation *1:00-1:30pm

Stroke Care/COPD 2:00-3:30pm

Hatha Yoga 5:15-6:15pm

Hatha Yoga (Formerly Yoga for Mensame great class, but now for both genders) 7:00-8:00pm

Hatha Yoga 5:15-6:15pm

*TRX Circuit 12:30-1:00pm

Hatha Yoga 5:00-6:00pm

Cross Training 5:30-6:30pm

Zumba 5:30-6:30pm

Qi Gong 1:15-2:15pm

Step it Up! 5:15-6:15pm

Tai Chi – Practice 5:30-6:30pm ($2.75)

Tai Chi Level 2/3 6:30-7:30pm

Mom & Baby Yoga 2:15-3:15pm

Line Dancing 6:00-7:00pm

Women N Weights 7:00-7:45pm

Hatha Yoga 6:30-7:30pm

Cardiac Care 2:00-3:30pm

Hatha Yoga 6:15-7:15pm

Zumba 7:00-8:00pm

Group Training 7:00- 7:30pm

*30min Body Blast 5:00-5:30pm

Diabetic Exercise 7:00-8:00pm

TRX 7:45-8:15pm

Tai Chi – Beg. 7:45-8:45pm

Rebounding 5:00-5:45pm

Bootcamp 7:30-8:30pm

TRX 7:40-8:10pm

Zumba 5:15-6:15pm

TRX - Basic 7:45-8:15pm

Cross Training 5:30-6:30pm Pre-Natal Yoga 5:45-6:45pm

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Gentle Pilates 6:45-7:30pm Yin Yoga 7:00-8:00pm Women N Weights 7:00-7:45pm

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Dancing for Adults 6:30-7:30pm (Beg.) 7:30-8:30 (Int.)

SPECIAL: LUNCH TIME EXPRESS PASS We are offering a limited number of lunch time express passes for our lunch classes. For one low price, you can participate in FIVE lunch time classes. COST: Fall: $140.00 (14 weeks) Winter: $110.00 (11 weeks) For more information, please see inside this section of the Playbook.

COST: $8.00 per drop-in OR 10-packs for $75.00 OR pre-register and save even more! *These classes are $5.75/class (Drop-in fees include HST) Please note that classes may be full and drop-in participation is on a first come, first served basis

Health & Wellness Hour (Teen Girls) 7:45-8:45pm

ADULT PROGRAM NOTES: • • • • • • • • • •

Fall Programs begin the week of Sept 11th Winter Programs begin the week of Jan 8th No Classes: Oct. 8th - 10th, Oct. 31st after 4pm, Nov 11th, Feb 20th, Mar 3rd - 5th. For additional cancellations, please see notes under your specific program description and review the information on your receipt. Program Location: Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre, 265 Cannifton Road Times, dates, locations, and fees are subject to change. HST will be added to class fees. Receive 25% off on your 2nd and subsequent registration/ person (in the same session) A Free Wellness Passport is required for access to all program areas For more information: Visit our Customer Service Desk, call 613-966-4632 or visit us online at www.qswc.ca www.qswc.ca • 613-966-4632 • prgeneral@city.belleville.on.ca • Fall 2016/Winter 2017 Playbook | 63


Adults Health & Wellness Programs for Adults Workout Studio – Fall 2016 & Winter 2017 Schedule Open Times: (Subject to Change-check www.qswc.ca for updates) Monday: 6-9am, 11:30am-2:30pm, 4:30-9:30pm Tues/Thurs: 6-9am, 11:00am-2:30pm, 4:30-7:00pm, 8:00-9:30pm Wednesday: 6-9am, 11:30am-2:30pm, 4:30-7:00pm, 8:00-9:30pm Friday: 6-9am, 9:30am-2:30pm, 4:30-8:00pm Saturday: 7-11am & 1-3pm Sunday: 8-11am & 1-3pm Cost: $3.00 per visit OR buy a multi-pack and save: 10-pack: $25.00, 20-pack: $45.00, 40-pack: $80.00 For Holiday Hours, refer to the Special Activity Schedule (Available online or at the Customer Service Desk) Please note: • Youth, 13-17 years, wishing to use the workout studio, unattended by an adult, must first attend two orientation sessions. • ORIENTATION SESSIONS are offered Mondays from 4:30-5:00pm and Saturdays from 8:45-9:15am for a drop-in fee of $3.00. • WOS Closed March 3-5th (RV Show) & Holidays on pg. 10

Personal Training and/or Private Therapy Sessions

Working with a certified personal trainer has several benefits. Work in the Pool or the Workout Studio for a specially designed workout that fits your needs. A personal trainer will help you set appropriate goals and knows the milestones you should expect on the journey to achieve success. Your personal trainer will help you stay motivated, on track, and will provide you with all the tools you need to meet your goals. Purchase your 10-pack at the QSWC Customer Service Desk and then pick-up the personal training information package to help you select and contact a personal trainer to schedule your sessions. Prices do not include HST. One-on-one sessions will be available at various times in either the pool or workout studio. 30-Minute Sessions: $20.50/session OR Purchase 10 sessions for $184.50 45-Minute Sessions: $31.00/session OR Purchase 10 sessions for $279.00 One-hour Sessions: $41.00/session OR Purchase 10 sessions for $369.00 Semi-Private Personal Training Sessions: Enjoy the benefits of a personal trainer at a lower cost. These semi-private sessions can be booked for two or three people, in your group or family. 30-Minute Sessions: $12.50/person/session OR Purchase 10 sessions for $112.50 45-Minute Sessions: $19.00/person/session OR Purchase 10 sessions for $171.00 One-hour Sessions: $25.00/person/session OR Purchase 10 sessions for $225.00

Family Dental Centre Indoor Track

Staying fit just became easier! Don’t let bad weather or icy conditions keep you from enjoying your daily walk. Take advantage of the rubberized and heated indoor walking and running track which offers free daily walking/running hours so that everyone can increase their health benefits without having to worry about the cost. Come in and pick-up your “Wellness Passport” for your free access to the track. Inside Lane: 6.1 laps = 1 km / Outside Lane: 5.7 laps = 1 km Open times: Monday – Sunday: 6:00am - 9:00pm (Hours subject to change) Track closed March 3, 4, 5 due to a special event. Reminder: Track music will be louder during tournaments. There may be times the track is unavailable, please visit www.qswc.ca or call 613-966-4632 for details & watch for posted signage.

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Adults Health & Wellness Programs for Adults Drop-in Gymnasium Programs

Cost: $2.75 per visit OR buy a multi-pack and save: 10-pack: $25.00, 20-pack: $45.00, 40-pack: $80.00

Monday

*Badminton

Mornings

*Pickleball

Mornings

*Volleyball

Times and/or availability may change for these drop-in programs Visit: www.qswc.ca for monthly schedules with update notices including CANCELLATIONS, CHANGES OR SPECIAL HOLIDAY SCHEDULES. *These programs are for participants over 16 years. Pre-registration for drop-in programs is required. Space may not be available for all classes.

Be sure to bring your Wellness Passport for entry into the gymnasium (all participants over 10 years). PROGRAM

SCHEDULE – Fall 2016 & Winter 2017

Tuesday

Wednesday

• •

Thursday

Friday

Evenings Afternoon (Beginners)

Mornings & Evening

Evening (Intermediate)

Saturday

Sunday

Afternoon Afternoons (Intermediate)

Mornings

Afternoon

Evenings (Recreational)

Evenings

*Basketball

Evenings

*Futsal

Evenings

Children’s Programs

Mornings

Evenings

Youth Sports

Girl’s Night Out

Evenings Teen Sports Sporty Guys & Girls

Guys Night

Open Gym

4:30-7:00pm (1/2 gym)

12-1pm 4-5pm & 6-7pm (1/2 gym)

12-1pm 4-5pm & 5:30-7pm (1/2 gym)

SPECIAL: LUNCH TIME EXPRESS PASS We are offering a limited number of lunch time express passes for each of our lunch classes. For one low price, you can participate in FIVE lunch time classes. Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday: Friday:

Evenings Floorball & Youth Sports

Mornings

4-5pm

12-5pm

2:30-5:00pm

For Open Gym times: • Dates & Availability can CHANGE, please see the monthly schedules at www.qswc.ca • All children under the age of 10 years must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. • Open Gym is for sports like basketball or floorball and access to equipment is limited.

30-Minute Body Blast (12:15-12:45pm) TRX Circuits (12:30-1:00pm) OR Mindfulness Meditation (1:00-1:30pm) 30-Minute Body Blast (12:15-12:45pm) HITT (High Intensity Interval Training) (12:15-12:45pm) Hatha Yoga (12:10-12:50pm)

COST: Fall Session - $140 (14 weeks) 33021 incl. HST Winter Session - $110 (11 weeks) 33022 www.qswc.ca • 613-966-4632 • prgeneral@city.belleville.on.ca • Fall 2016/Winter 2017 Playbook | 65


Adults Sports Programs for Adults For special Adult Program notes please see the first page of this section. BADMINTON This co-ed badminton program will offer participants the opportunity to be active and meet people in a noncompetitive, fun oriented atmosphere. *Saturday Badminton is for families. (No classes: Oct. 8th, 22nd, Nov 12th, Dec 17th, Mar 1st, 4th & 18th) Location: Gymnasium Day Time Start Cost Barcode Wed.

7:00-9:00pm

Fall

$2.75

32592

Sat.

3:30-5:00pm

Fall

32918

Wed.

7:00-9:00pm

Winter

32593

Sat.

3:30-5:00pm

Winter

32934

PICK-UP ADULT BASKETBALL Enjoy this unstructured pay as you play activity. Bring your friends, keep fit, stay active, practice your skills and have a blast! (No classes: Oct 9th, 23rd, Nov 13th, Dec 4th, Mar 5th, 19th) Location: Gymnasium Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Sun.

7:15-9:15pm

Fall

$2.75

32594

Sun.

7:15-9:15pm

Winter

32595

TABLE TENNIS Fun for all ages! Join the Quinte Table Tennis Club on Monday evenings. An adult must accompany participants under 14 years. This is a drop-in program. Pre-registration is required to ensure your name is on the list. (No classes: Oct 10th, 31st, Feb 20th) Location: Multipurpose Room Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Mon.

7:00-9:00pm

Fall

$2.75

32596

Mon.

7:00-9:00pm

Winter

32597

FUTSAL Futsal is a variation of indoor soccer that is played with a smaller ball with less bounce than a regular ball. Played with boundaries like the outdoor game but has more emphasis on improvisation, creativity and quickness of play and is played with four players and a goalkeeper per side. (No classes: Oct 8th, 22nd, Nov. 12th, Dec. 17th Mar 4th, 18th) Location: Gymnasium Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Sat.

6:30-8:30pm

Fall

$2.75

32658

Sat.

6:30-8:30pm

Winter

32659

Please check our monthly schedule at www.qswc.ca for program changes and cancelations.

PICKLEBALL Pickleball is an extremely popular sport which combines elements of badminton, tennis and table tennis. It is played on a court with the same dimensions as a doubles badminton court and is played with a hard paddle and a whiffle ball. This smaller area combined with the slower moving ball makes pickleball easier to play than tennis. *Saturday Pickleball is for families. 2nd is shared with Badminton (No classes: Oct 8th, 22nd, Nov 12th, Mar 1st, Mar 4th, Mar 18th) Location: Gymnasium Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Wed.

5:00-7:00pm

Fall

$2.75

32598

Sat.

3:30-5:00pm

Fall

32599

Wed.

5:00-7:00pm

Winter

32646

Sat.

3:30-5:00pm

Winter

32626

VOLLEYBALL- RECREATIONAL What a great way to have some fun, be active, and meet new friends! This evening is for fun and will be a non-competitive evening. (No classes: Oct. 6th, 9th, 23rd, Nov 13th, Dec 4th, Mar 2nd, 5th, 19th) Location: Gymnasium Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Thurs.

7:15-9:15pm

Fall

$2.75

32649

Sun.

5:00-7:00pm

Fall

32650

Thurs.

7:15-9:15pm

Winter

32653

Sun.

5:00-7:00pm

Winter

32652

VOLLEYBALL- INTERMEDIATE If you are interested in a more competitive game of volleyball, this program will be perfect for you. Location: Gymnasium Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Tues.

7:15-9:15pm

Fall

$2.75

32660

Tues.

7:15-9:15pm

Winter

32661

Indoor footwear is required in fitness studios, gymnasium and Family Dental Centre Track

Please note: • Drop-in fee for these programs is $2.75 per visit or purchase a Multi-Pack and save. • A free Wellness Passport is required for access to all program areas.

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Adults Therapeutic Programs For special program notes please see the first page of this section. Cardiac Care Program This program is designed for individuals who have experienced a cardiac event, have been diagnosed with heart disease, or have high risk factors for heart disease. These classes will include closely monitored cardiovascular training; strengthening and flexibility components designed for cardiac care patients and led by our qualified trainers. Participants must have a completed PAR-Q form and a signed PARmed-X form by their Family Physician or Cardiologist or referred by Hotel Dieu Hospital or Quinte Health Care. These classes include 30 minutes of independent warm-ups and 1 hour of instructional time. Location: Workout Studio Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Tues. & Thurs. 2:00-3:30pm

Fall (7) Sept 13-Oct 27

$81.90 31905

Tues. & Thurs. 2:00-3:30pm

Fall (7) Nov 1-Dec 15

$81.90 31906

Tues. & Thurs. 2:00-3:30pm

Winter (6) Jan 10-Feb 16

$70.20 31907

Tues. & Thurs. 2:00- 3:30pm Winter (6) Feb 21-Mar 30

$70.20 31908

COPD – Respiratory Exercise Program This is a program that requires referral from the Belleville General Hospital (BGH) Respiratory Rehabilitation Program and is for patients living with COPD and other pulmonary ailments. This program includes physical exercise to optimize their ability to function in daily activities. These classes include 30 minutes of independent warm-ups and 1 hour of instructional time. Location: Workout Studio (No class Oct 10th, Feb 20th) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Mon.

2:00-3:30pm

Fall (13)

$76.05

32524

Wed.

2:00-3:30pm

Fall (14)

$81.90

32526

Mon.

2:00-3:30pm

Winter (10)

$58.50

32525

Wed.

2:00-3:30pm

Winter (11)

$64.35

32527

Diabetic Exercise Program Exercise is an important part of any diabetes treatment plan. Exercise can naturally reduce your blood sugar levels as well as benefit your health overall. If you are afraid to start exercising or it has been a long time since you have, then this program is for you. Please bring your Blood Glucose Monitor to class. Location: Workout Studio Day

Time

Start

Cost

Stroke Care Program This program for stroke survivors will be led by our qualified fitness instructors who have received specialized training in stroke exercise adaptations. The Instructors follow the “Guidelines for Community-Based Exercise Programs for People with Stroke (2010)”. This program will have a number of components to improve your gait, coordination, flexibility, balance, strength and cardiovascular endurance. Participants are encouraged to come to 2 classes a week. Participants must have a completed PAR-Q form and a signed PARmed-X form by their Family Physician or be referred by Quinte Health Care Rehab. These classes include 30 minutes of independent warm-ups and 1 hour of instructional time. Private therapy sessions available for on land or in water stroke care, please call 613-966-4632 Location: Workout Studio (No classes: Oct 10th, Feb 20th) Fall Programs begin the week of Sept 11th / Winter Programs begin the week of Jan 8th. Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Mon.

2:00-3:30pm

Fall (13)

$76.05

31887

Wed.

2:00-3:30pm

Fall (14)

$81.90

31888

Mon.

2:00-3:30 pm Winter (10)

$58.50

31889

Wed.

2:00-3:30 pm Winter (11)

$64.35

31890

Fibromyalgia, Osteoporosis & Arthritis Aqua-fitness This specialized aqua-fitness class will cater to those who need extra care in the warm therapeutic pool. Our fully qualified aqua fitness staff will lead you through a safe, pain-free therapy class designed especially for you. This light class will focus on stretching, strengthening, and relaxation to help manage your pain. Location: Therapy Pool (No class Oct 10th, Feb 20th) Fall Programs begin the week of Sept 11th / Winter Classes begin the week of Jan 8th. Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Mon.

2:00-3:30pm

Fall (13)

$76.05

31887

Wed.

2:00-3:30pm

Fall (14)

$81.90

31888

Mon.

2:00-3:30 pm Winter (10)

$58.50

31889

Wed.

2:00-3:30 pm Winter (11)

$64.35

31890

Barcode

Wed.

7:00-8:00pm

Fall (14)

$81.90

31891

Wed.

7:00-8:00pm

Winter (11)

$64.35

31892

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Adults Therapeutic Programs For special program notes please see the first page of this section. Chair Yoga Our special chair yoga classes are for those who no longer wish to be up and down off their mat??. It offers participants modifications to regular yoga to accommodate those who require it. Suitable for both beginner and experienced yoga participants. Location: Yoga Studio Day

Time

Tues. Tues.

Start

Cost

Barcode

11:15am-12:15pm Fall (14)

$70.00

31881

11:15am-12:15pm Winter (11)

$52.25

31882

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Private and Semi-Private Therapy Sessions – Land or Water Don’t let your disability or chronic conditions stop you from being healthy and fit. Let one of our certified Fitness Professionals create a program specifically designed to help you. These training sessions will be available at various times in either the Pool or Workout Studio. Call 613-966-4632 for more information.

If you are unsure whether your program is running, or if you are dropping into a program, or DURING INCLEMENT WEATHER, please check www.qswc.ca for cancellations.

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Adults Health & Wellness Programs for Adults For start dates and special program notes please see the first page of this section. PARENT & BABY FIT Are you a new parent who would like to get out, meet new people, get back into shape and bring along your little one? Join us for fun, fitness and social time. All fitness levels welcome. (Babies 2 mos. to 1 yr.) Location: Yoga Studio Day

Time

Wed. Wed.

Start

Cost

Barcode

10:45-11:30am Fall (14)

$81.90

32261

10:45-11:30am Winter (11)

$64.35

32262

TAI CHI Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese exercise. Men and women of all ages can practice these non-strenuous, flowing and relaxing movements to regain their natural health and remain in good physical condition. It is often described as a “moving meditation” because it relieves stress, improves concentration, perception and balance. It is also an effective therapy for many health problems. Location: Aerobics or Yoga Studio/Multipurpose Room. (Check Receipt) (No classes: Oct 10th, Oct 31 after 4pm, Nov 17th, Feb 20th, Mar 2) Beginner Level:

QI GONG Qi Gong is an ancient Chinese healing art and exercise program that uses breathing and gentle body movement to cultivate vital energy, regulate posture, enhance co-ordination and flexibility and encourage stretching. Self- massage and meditation are also employed to bring about relaxation and serenity. This is an excellent class for those with emotional stress in their lives and/or physical conditions requiring a restorative approach. Location: Aerobic Studio Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Tues

1:15-2:15pm

Fall (14)

$84.00

31853

Tues

1:15-2:15pm

Winter (11)

$66.00

31854

MINDFULNESS MEDITATION This relaxing and enjoyable class will explore techniques to bring the mind into a quieter state, allowing us to let go of anxieties and move into peacefulness. Mindfulness practices teach us to be fully present in each moment of our lives. Location: Aerobics Room Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Tues

1:00-1:30pm

Fall (14)

$45.50

31879

Mon.

7:45-8:45pm

Fall (12)

$70.20

32264

Tues

1:00-1:30pm

Winter (11)

$35.75

31880

Tues.

10:30-11:30am Fall (14)

$81.90

32265

Mon.

7:45-8:45pm

Winter (10)

$58.50

32266

Tues.

10:30-11:30am Winter (11)

$64.35

32267

Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Mon.

6:30-7:30pm

Fall (12)

$70.20

32273

Tues.

9:15-10:15am

Fall (14)

$81.90

32274

Mon.

6:30-7:30pm

Winter(10)

$58.50

32275

Tues.

9:15-10:15am Winter (11)

$64.35

32276

Cost

Barcode

Level 2/3:

Intermediate: Day

Time

Start

Mon.

10:00-11:00am Fall (13)

$76.05

32279

Mon.

10:00-11:00am Winter (10)

$58.50

32280

Drop-in Practice Session: (for those registered in Tai Chi who want to practice, not an instructional class)(No program May 5th) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Thurs.

5:30-6:30pm

Fall/Winter

$2.75/ drop-in

32281

YOGA, PRE-NATAL Help your body adjust to the growing demands of pregnancy. This gentle class uses safe movements to strengthen tone and stretch your muscles while the breathing exercises help calm your mind and reduce stress. Parmed-x pregnancy forms must be completed and you must be at least 14 weeks pregnant to participate. Bring along a pillow. Location: Yoga Studio Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Tues.

5:45-6:45pm

Fall (14)

$84.00

32433

Tues.

5:45-6:45pm

Winter (11)

$66.00

32434

Scan your FREE wellness passport at each door If you are unsure whether your program is running, or if you are dropping into a program, or DURING INCLEMENT WEATHER, please check www.qswc.ca for cancellations.

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Adults Health & Wellness Programs for Adults For start dates and special program notes please see the first page of this section. Yoga, Hatha Yoga is designed to enhance circulation, improve flexibility, and calm your nervous system through exercise and efficient breathing techniques. Focus is on flexibility, meditation and breathing. (No classes: Oct 8th, 9th, 10th, Oct 31st after 4pm, Nov 11th, Feb 20th, Mar 3rd, 4th, 5th) Location: Yoga Studio Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Monday

5:15-6:15pm

Fall (12)

$72.00

32411

Monday

6:30-7:30pm

Fall (12)

$72.00

32412

Wednesday

5:00-6:00pm

Fall (14)

$84.00

32413

Wednesday

6:15-7:15pm

Fall (14)

$84.00

32414

Thursday

5:15-6:15pm

Fall (14)

$84.00

32415

Friday

12:10-12:55pm Fall (13)

$78.00

32416

YOGA FOR A STRONG & HEALTHY BACK Learn the basic yoga postures and breathing techniques to help develop a strong back and increase your flexibility. Gaining core strength will also enhance back support and stability. Location: Yoga Studio (No classes: Nov 11th, Mar 3rd) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Fri.

5:45-6:45pm

Fall (12)

$72.00

31885

Fri.

5:45-6:45pm

Winter (10)

$60.00

31886

YOGA FOR MEN (Friday 7:00-8:00pm) Yoga is a rewarding practice that offers countless benefits for men and women. This class is designed to introduce yoga to men and offers specific movements that address areas of tightness common in men. Learn proper breathing, improve circulation and increase strength and flexibility, while relieving stress and calming your nervous system. Experienced students also welcome. (Fall: 32427 Winter: 32428) Location: Yoga Studio (No classes: Nov 11th, Mar 3rd) Please see the Yoga Hatha chart for the Barcode and price as this class is now for both genders.

Friday

7:00-8:00pm

Fall (12)

$72.00

32427

Saturday

9:15-10:15pm Fall (12)

$72.00

32417

Monday

5:15-6:15pm

Winter (10)

$60.00

32421

Monday

6:30-7:30pm

Winter (10)

$60.00

32422

Wednesday

5:00-6:00pm

Winter (11)

$66.00

32423

Wednesday

6:15-7:15pm

Winter (11)

$66.00

32424

Thursday

5:15-6:15pm

Winter (11)

$66.00

32425

Friday

12:10-12:55pm Winter (10)

$60.00

32418

Friday

7:00-8:00pm

Winter (10)

$60.00

32428

Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Saturday

9:15-10:15am Winter (10)

$60.00

32419

Tues.

7:00-8:00pm

Fall (14)

$84.00

32528

Tues.

7:00-8:00pm

Winter (11)

$66.00

32829

YOGA, MOM & BABY This program is a great way for moms to bond with their baby. Dress comfortably, and avoid clothing that restricts movement for you and your baby.  Bring a receiving blanket, cuddly blanket or mat to put on the floor and a small toy or rattle for the little one. (Babies 3 mos. to 1 yr.) Location: Aerobics Room Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Tues.

2:15-3:15pm

Fall (14)

$84.00

32437

Tues.

2:15-3:15pm

Winter (11)

$66.00

32438

YIN YOGA Yin Yoga is a stretching-based class that targets the deep connective tissues of the body. This class is suitable for anyone who needs to stretch it out and is a great way to maintain flexibility. Location: Yoga Studio

If you are unsure whether your program is running, or if you are dropping into a program, or DURING INCLEMENT WEATHER, please check www.qswc.ca for cancellations.

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Adults Beginner Health & Wellness Programs for Adults For start dates and special Adult Program notes please see the first page of this section. 20/20/20 Three workouts in one! Designed to challenge you, this workout will have you sweating through 20 minutes of cardio, 20 minutes of muscle strengthening and conditioning followed by 20 minutes of stretching and core strengthening. (No classes: Oct 10th, 31st, Feb 20th) Location: Aerobic Studio Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Mon.

5:15-6:15pm

Fall (12)

$70.20

32530

Mon.

5:15-6:15pm

Winter (10)

$58.50

32531

Women N’ Weights This program is designed to increase muscle and core strength and endurance. You will learn how to safely perform a variety of weight training exercises using different weights, machines and your own body weight to reach your personal goal with a certified personal trainer. Location: Workout Studio

Small Group Training This co-ed 30 minute class is designed to increase your cardio, muscle, core strength and endurance. You will learn how to safely perform a variety of exercises using different weights, machines and your own body weight to reach your personal goal with a certified personal trainer. Maximum 6/group. (No classes: Oct 10th, 31st, Feb 20th) Location: Workout Studio Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Mon.

7:00-7:30pm

Fall (12)

$70.20

32536

Mon.

7:00-7:30pm

Winter (10)

$58.50

32538

Tone & Sculpt All fitness levels will benefit from this outstanding total body workout. This class is designed to improve strength, flexibility, posture, coordination, and will energize you. Location: Workout Studio

Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Day

Time

Tues.

7:00-7:45pm

Fall (14)

$81.90

32532

Wed. Wed.

Thurs

7:00-7:45pm

Fall (14)

$81.90

32533

Tues.

7:00-7:45pm

Winter (11)

$64.35

32534

Thurs

7:00-7:45pm

Winter (11)

$64.35

32535

Start

Cost

Barcode

9:30-10:30am Fall (14)

$81.90

32540

9:30-10:30am Winter (11)

$64.35

32542

If you are unsure whether your program is running, or if you are dropping into a program, or DURING INCLEMENT WEATHER, please check www.qswc.ca for cancellations. Cell phones, cameras and video cameras are not permitted in changerooms, washrooms, pool viewing area and aquatic centre

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Adults Intermediate Health & Wellness Programs for Adults For start dates and special program notes please see the first page of this section. Step It Up Enjoy this class designed to give you a full cardio workout while toning your muscles through step exercises. This class is designed for the beginner step participant. Location: Aerobic Studio Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Wed.

5:15-6:15pm

Fall (14)

$81.90

32544

Wed.

5:15-6:15pm

Winter (11)

$64.35

32545

Zumba Dance fitness classes that are fun, energetic, and make you feel amazing. We take the “work” out of workout, by mixing low-intensity and high-intensity moves for an interval-style, calorie-burning dance fitness party.  No previous dance experience needed. (No classes: Oct 10th, 31st after 4pm, Feb 20th, Mar 2nd) Location: Multi-purpose room Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Mon.

5:30-6:30pm

Fall (12)

$70.20

32547

Tues.

5:15-6:15pm

Fall (14)

$81.90

32548

Thurs.

7:00-8:00pm

Fall (14)

$81.90

32549

Mon.

5:30-6:30pm

Winter (10)

$58.50

32550

Tues.

5:15-6:15pm

Winter (11)

$64.35

32551

Thurs.

7:00-8:00pm

Winter (10)

$58.50

32552

Rebounding Join us for this high intensity trampoline workout that is a low impact and high energy workout that is easy on the joints and a ton of fun! This high calorie burning workout will burn 20% more calories than jogging at 5 miles per hour and it is a full body workout. Location: North side – Gymnasium Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Tues.

5:00-5:45pm

Fall (14)

$81.90

32553

Tues.

5:00-5:45pm

Winter (11)

$64.35

32554

A wellness passport is required to access the Family Dental Centre Indoor Track and special program areas, including the Templeman Menninga Aquatic Centre

Gentle Pilates This class offers a unique combination of exercises that you perform in a specific order. Each exercise flows into the next and constantly reinforces and relies on the strength of your “core” which refers to your abdominal areas, lower back, buttocks, and inner thigh muscles. The exercises require you to perform a number of repetitions in a precise and controlled manner. Location: Aerobic Studio Day

Time

Tues. Tues.

Start

Cost

Barcode

6:45pm-7:30pm Fall (14)

$81.90

32559

6:45pm-7:30pm Winter (11)

$64.35

32560

30 Minute Body Blast! The perfect full body workout utilizing free weights, resistance bands and body weight exercises is a great middle of the day pick-me-up. Designed to target all major muscle groups, you will receive the variety your body needs. This 30-minute class will leave you feeling stronger and more energized. (No classes: Oct 10th, Feb 20th) Location: Aerobic Studio Day

Time

Mon

Start

Cost

Barcode

12:15-12:45pm Fall (13)

$39.00

32562

Tues

5:00-5:30pm

Fall (14)

$45.50

32565

Wed

12:15-12:45pm Fall (14)

$45.50

32561

Mon

12:15-12:45pm Winter (10)

$32.50

32563

Tues

5:00-5:30pm

Winter (11)

$35.75

32566

Wed

12:15-12:45pm Winter (11)

$35.75

32564

TRX Suspension Training (Basic) This basic TRX Training class utilizes your body weight to provide a fast, effective, total-body workout that will help strengthen your core, increase muscular endurance and benefit people of all fitness levels. *This is a specialized small group fitness class Location: Yoga Studio Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Wed.

7:45-8:15pm

Fall (14)

$81.90

32569

Wed.

7:45-8:15pm

Winter (11)

$64.35

32570

If you are unsure whether your program is running, or if you are dropping into a program, or DURING INCLEMENT WEATHER, please check www.qswc.ca for cancellations.

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Adults Intense Workouts Health & Wellness Programs for Adults For start dates and special program notes please see the first page of this section. Cross Training Experience total body conditioning in this very popular class! It is a class specifically designed to relieve stress after a long, busy day. This class is so successful due to its fat burning, body sculpting, toning and core conditioning benefits. Classes will provide a large variety of cross training styles: aerobics, strength training and core conditioning. A variety of fitness equipment is provided. Enjoy the fun and get the best results fitness can offer! Location: Aerobic Studio Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Tues.

5:30-6:30pm

Fall (14)

$81.90

32571

Thurs.

5:30-6:30pm

Fall (14)

$81.90

32572

Tues.

5:30-6:30pm

Winter (11)

$64.35

32573

Thurs.

5:30-6:30pm

Winter (11)

$64.35

32574

Bootcamp Do you want to take your fitness to the next level? This intense fitness class will promote fat loss, strengthen and tone your muscles and is designed to help you push yourself to the next level while still having fun. Location: Aerobic Studio Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Wed.

7:30-8:30pm

Fall (14)

$81.90

32575

Wed.

7:30-8:30pm

Winter (11)

$64.35

32576

HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) NEW HIIT is a training technique in which you exert maximal effort in small, intense bursts of exercise, followed by short, sometimes active, recovery time. HIIT keeps your heart rate up and burns fat even following the workout. Location: Aerobic Studio Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Thurs.

12:15-12:45pm

Fall (14)

$45.50

32580

Thurs.

12:15-12:45pm

Winter (11)

$35.75

32581

TRX Suspension Training The TRX Trainer utilizes your body weight to provide a high intensity workout. This class delivers a fast, effective total-body workout that helps build a rock-solid core, increases muscular endurance and benefits people of all fitness levels. *This is a specialized small group fitness class Location: Yoga Studio (No classes: Oct 8th, 10th, 31st, Nov 11th, Feb 20th, Mar 4th) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Mon.

7:40-8:10pm

Fall (12)

$70.20

32584

Thurs.

7:00-7:30am

Fall (14)

$81.90

32590

Thurs.

7:45-8:15pm

Fall (14)

$81.90

32585

Sat.

8:00-8:30am

Fall (12)

$70.20

32586

Mon.

7:40-8:10pm

Winter (10)

$58.50

32587

Thurs.

7:00-7:30am

Winter (11)

$64.35

32589

Thurs.

7:45-8:15pm

Winter (11)

$64.35

32588

Sat.

8:00-8:30am

Winter (10)

$58.50

32591

TRX Circuit This total body workout combines cardio and strength movements that will blast fat and sculpt muscle. Combine all the muscular benefits of TRX Suspension Training and the cardio benefits of circuit training to improve your fitness level. Location: Yoga Studio Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Tues.

12:30-1:00pm

Fall (14)

$45.50

32582

Tues.

12:30-1:00pm

Winter (11)

$35.75

32583

If you are unsure whether your program is running, or if you are dropping into a program, or DURING INCLEMENT WEATHER, please check www.qswc.ca for cancellations. SPECIAL: LUNCH TIME EXPRESS PASS We are offering a limited number of lunch time express passes for our lunch classes. For one low price, you can participate in FIVE lunch time classes. Monday: 30-Minute Body Blast (12:15-12:45pm) Tuesday: TRX Circuits (12:30-1:00pm) OR Mindfulness Meditation (1:00-1:30pm) Wednesday: 30-Minute Body Blast (12:15-12:45pm) Thursday: HITT (High Intensity Interval Training) (12:15-12:45pm) Friday: Hatha Yoga (12:10-12:50pm) COST: Fall Session - $140.00 (14 weeks) incl. HST Winter Session - $110.00 (11 weeks)

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Adults Special Interest Programs for Adults For start dates and special program notes please see the first page of this section. DANCING FOR ADULTS Learn to dance to great music with Marek. This beginner dance class is for people with little or no dance experience. Get ready to show your dancing skills at the next wedding or social gathering. Improve your dance technique - waltz, foxtrot, tango, jive/rock, merengue, salsa, rumba, cha-cha and more. This is a fun way to be active! No partner necessary. Location: Multipurpose Room

ART & PHOTOGRAPHY APPRECIATION Express your inner artist with a variety of art and photography classes. Whether you are a beginner or more experienced artist, these fun and informative classes will reignite your creativity. The 8 week session includes the basics of painting (acrylic & watercolour), intro to photography, drawing, charcoal and pastels. Supplies (extra): $10.00 (No classes: Feb 20th) Location: 50+ Centre (starts Jan 23rd)

Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Tues.

6:30-7:30pm

Fall (14)

$81.90

33008

Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Tues.

6:30-7:30pm

Winter (11)

$64.35

33009

Mon.

5:00-6:30pm

Winter (8)

$70.00

32407

DANCING FOR ADULTS – INTERMEDIATE Improve your skills to great music with Marek. This intermediate dance class is for people with some dance experience. Get ready to show your dancing skills at the next wedding or social gathering. Improve your dance technique - waltz, foxtrot, tango, jive/rock, merengue, salsa, rumba, chacha and more. This is a fun way to be active! Dancing will be with partners, but singles are welcome. Location: Multipurpose Room Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Tues.

7:30-8:30pm

Fall (14)

$81.90

33019

Tues.

7:30-8:30pm

Winter (11)

$64.35

33020

LINE DANCING Line Dancing not only burns calories, it also tones muscles, improves balance, relieves stress and stimulates brain cells in a way that traditional exercise can’t. It requires the co-ordination of brain and body, which strengthens neural pathways and improves cognitive health. Come out and try Line Dancing you will have a great time! Music and dancing lifts the spirits! Location: Multipurpose Room

EXPLORATION OF ALL THINGS PAINT! This class will include acrylic and watercolor painting of landscapes, cityscapes, portraits, and 3D works. First you will learn the basics, and then some advanced techniques with salt and glitter, 3D art, and new painting tools. Pushing the limits of painting to the artistic extreme! Supplies (extra): $10.00 (No classes: Feb 20th) Location: 50+ Centre (starts Jan 23rd) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Mon.

6:45-8:15pm

Winter (8)

$70.00

33012

Standard First Aid & CPR ‘C’ Standard First Aid incorporates all of Emergency First Aid and is designed for those who require a more in-depth understanding of first aid including: legal implications of first aid treatment, spinal injuries, heat or cold injuries, bone and joint injuries, abdominal and chest injuries, burns, and medical emergencies. The required first aid manual is included in the price. Location: QSWC Day

Time

Cost

Barcode

Sept. 24 (recert)

9:00am-5:30pm

$105.00

32750

Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Oct. 1 & 2

9:00am-5:30pm

$144.42

32746

Wed.

6:00-7:00pm

Fall (14)

$81.90

32252

Dec. 21 (recert)

9:00am-5:30pm

$105.00

32754

Wed.

6:00-7:00pm

Winter (11)

$64.35

32253

Jan. 28 & 29

9:00am-5:30pm

$144.42

32747

Mar. 18 (recert)

9:00am-5:30pm

$105.00

32751

CROKINOLE Join us on Tuesdays to socialize and have fun playing Crokinole. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned pro you will enjoy this classic game. This is a drop-in program for all ages. Location: 50+ Centre Day

Time

Tues. Tues.

Start

Cost

Barcode

6:30–8:30pm Fall (14)

$2.75/drop-in

32402

6:30–8:30pm Winter (11)

$2.75/drop-in

32403

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Children’s Programs Fall 2016 and Winter 2017 Schedule - Preschool Programs Our preschool programs provide a creative, fun, and safe place to introduce your child to new activities while building friendships and skills. Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Mini Movers 9:00-9:45am

Babies (up to 1 year) & Parents Diaper Fit (Pool) 10:00-10:30am Mom & Baby Yoga 2:15-3:15pm (Adult section)

Parent/Baby Fit 10:45-11:30am (Adult section) Diaper Fit (Pool) 1:00-1:30pm

Diaper Fit (Pool) 10:00-10:30am

Toddlers (13 mos. – 36 months) Little Shakers Music Makers 9:00-9:45am

Mini Movers 9:15-10:00am

Little Picasso 10:45-11:30am

Child’s World (18mos.+) 5:00-8:00pm

Little Picasso 9:45-10:30am

Child’s World (18mos.+) 11:00am-2:00pm

Preschool Playshop 12:00-1:00pm

Mini Movers 5:15-6:00pm

Preschool Playshop 10:30-11:30am

Child’s World (18mos.+) 5:00-8:00pm

Little Shakers & Music Makers 1:00-1:45pm Preschoolers (3-5 years)

Little Shakers Music Makers 9:00-9:45am

Preschoolers in Motion 10:00-11:00am

Little Picasso 10:45-11:30am

Kindergarten Readiness 9:15-11:45am

Little Picasso 9:45-10:30am

Little Toes (3&4yrs) 9:00-9:45am

Kindergarten Readiness 10:00am-12:30pm

Child’s World (Child Minding) 11:00am-2:00pm

Preschool Playshop 12:00-1:00pm

Child’s World 5:00-8:00pm

Preschool Playshop 10:30-11:30am

Gotta Dance (5&6yrs) 9:45-10:45am

Art We Messy 5:30-6:30pm

Child’s World (Child Minding) 5:00-8:00pm

Little Shakers & Music Makers 1:00-1:45pm

Ooey Gooey Science 5:30-6:30pm

Preschoolers in Motion 10:00-11:00am

Little Sneakers 6:00-7:00pm PRESCHOOL PROGRAM NOTES: • Fall Programs begin the week of Sept 11th • Winter Programs begin the week of Jan 8th • No Classes: Oct 8th- Oct 10th, Oct 31st after 4pm, Nov 11th, Feb 20th, Mar 3rd- 5th. For additional cancellations, please see notes under your specific program description and review the information on your receipt. • Program Location: Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre, 265 Cannifton Road • Times, dates, locations, and fees are subject to change • Receive 25% off on your 2nd and subsequent registration/ person (in the same session) • Drop-in’s may be available ($6/class), space permitting, for some classes, on a first come, first served basis and parents may be required to stay to meet ratio requirements. • Parents will need a Free Wellness Passport for access to all program areas. • For more information: Visit our Customer Service Desk, call 613-966-4632, or visit us online at www.qswc.ca www.qswc.ca • 613-966-4632 • prgeneral@city.belleville.on.ca • Fall 2016/Winter 2017 Playbook | 75


Children’s Programs Programs For Babies & Toddlers For start dates & special program notes please see the first page of this section. Little Picasso Dress for mess and artistic success! Explore the world around you, make works of art from everyday objects and bring home masterpieces. Ready, set, create! Ages: 18 months – 5yrs Location: Preschool Room (No classes: Nov. 11th & Mar. 3rd, 15th & 17th) Day

Time

Wed.

Start

Cost

Barcode

10:45-11:30am Fall (14)

$78.40

32654

Fri.

9:45-10:30am

$72.80

32655

Wed.

10:45-11:30am Winter (10)

$56.00

32656

Fri.

9:45-10:30am Winter (9)

$50.40

32657

Fall (13)

Little Shakers & Music Makers Does your child love to dance, listen to music and be creative? This program includes creative movement, songs, games and more! Ages: 13 months - 5yrs Ages: 13mos.-5yrs Location: Preschool Room (No classes: Oct. 10th, Feb. 20th, Mar 13th & 15th) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Mon.

9:00-9:45am

Fall (13)

$72.80

32662

Wed.

1:00-1:45pm

Fall (14)

$78.40

32663

Mon.

9:00-9:45am

Winter (9)

$50.40

32664

Wed.

1:00-1:45pm

Winter (10)

$56.00

32665

Preschool Playshop A little bit of a song, a dash of drama and a dribble of crafts means a whole lot of fun in this program! Children will also play sports and learn physical literacy skills. Ages: 13 months - 5 years. Location: Preschool Room (No classes: Nov. 11th & Mar. 3rd, 15th & 17th) Day

Time

Wed.

Start

Cost

Barcode

12:00-1:00pm Fall (14)

$78.40

32668

Fri.

10:30-11:30am Fall (13)

$72.80

32669

Wed.

12:00-1:00pm Winter (10)

$56.00

32670

Fri.

10:30-11:30am Winter (9)

$50.40

32671

If you are unsure whether your program is running, or if you are dropping into a program, or DURING INCLEMENT WEATHER, please check www.qswc.ca for cancellations.

Mini Movers This program is designed to introduce gross motor skills through tumbling, climbing, balance, movement and spatial orientation through games, music and fun. Ages: 13 months - 3yrs Location: Gymnasium (No classes: Oct. 6th, 8th & 22nd, Nov. 12th, Dec. 17th, Mar. 2nd, 14th & 18th) Day

Time

Tues.

Start

Cost

Barcode

9:15-10:00am Fall (14)

$78.40

32672

Thurs.

5:15-6:00pm

Fall (14)

$78.40

32673

Sat.

9:00-9:45am

Fall (10)

$56.00

32674

Tues.

9:15-10:00am Winter (10)

$56.00

32675

Thurs.

5:15-6:00pm

Winter (10)

$56.00

32676

Sat.

9:00-9:45am

Winter (9)

$50.40

32677

Child’s World (Child Minding Services) This program is for children between 18 months and 8 years old while parents use the Facility. Your child will be able to play with other children, make a craft, read a story and partake in many more exciting activities. We encourage cooperative play and have developed the following policy to ensure it is a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone: • The program is first-come, first-served and has a capacity limit. • Children must be signed in at each visit and provide a drop-in card, that is purchased at the front desk, as well as a receipt stating the length of time the parent paid for. • It is recommended that children register for the program, at no fee, ahead of time. This way if there are any cancellations or last minute changes parents can be notified. • Parents/guardians may not leave the Facility. • Children may bring nut-free snacks and drinks. • Children must wear indoor footwear at all times. • Positive behaviour is encouraged. Negative behaviour will be discussed with both the child and parent/guardian. Please note, continuing negative behaviour will not be tolerated. (No classes: Mar. 14th AM class only) Location: Preschool Room Day

Time

Tues. Tues.

Start

Cost

Barcode

11:00am-2:00pm Fall (14)

$5.00/hr/child

32781

5:00-8:00pm

Fall (14)

$5.00/hr/child

32782

Thurs.

5:00-8:00pm

Fall (14)

$5.00/hr/child

32783

Tues.

11:00am-2:00pm Winter (10)

$5.00/hr/child

32784

Tues.

5:00-8:00pm

Winter (10)

$5.00/hr/child

32785

Thurs.

5:00-8:00pm

Winter (9)

$5.00/hr/child

32786

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Children’s Programs Programs For Children 3-5 Years For start dates & special program notes please see the first page of this section. Art We Messy Children will explore different art mediums using paint, paper, glitter, glue and more. This program will be a messy fun time for your little artist. Ages: 3-5 years Location: Preschool Room (No classes: Oct. 10th, 31st & Feb. 20th)

Preschool Playshop A little bit of a song, a dash of drama, a sprinkle of sports, a dribble of crafts means a whole lot of fun in this Drop-In program! Ages: 13 months - 5 years Location: Preschool Room (No classes: Nov. 11th & Mar. 3rd, 15th & 17th)

Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Mon.

5:30-6:30pm

Fall (12)

$67.20

32787

Wed.

12:00-1:00pm

Fall (14)

$78.40

32668

Mon.

5:30-6:30pm

Winter (10)

$56.00

32788

Fri.

10:30-11:30am Fall (13)

$72.80

32669

Wed.

12:00-1:00pm

$56.00

32670

Fri.

10:30-11:30am Winter (9)

$50.40

32671

Little Toes Fostering your child’s independence, this is an amazingly fun and energetic class designed for little dancers with big energy. This class will enhance co-ordination and cognitive skills. Games and up-beat songs help to create a rich educational environment. Ages: 3 & 4 years Location: Aerobics Studio (No classes: Oct. 8th & Mar. 4th) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Sat.

9:00-9:45am

Fall (12)

$67.20

32791

Sat.

9:00-9:45am

Winter (10)

$56.00

32792

Gotta Dance This dance class is full of lots of fun and laughter, while learning the basics of dance. This class will encourage rhythm, coordination, spatial awareness and confidence. Ages: 5 & 6 years Location: Aerobics Studio (No classes: Oct. 8th & Mar. 4th) Day

Time

Cost

Barcode

Sat.

9:45-10:45am Fall (12)

Start

$67.20

32793

Sat.

9:45-10:45am

$56.00

32794

Winter (10)

Preschoolers in Motion This program is designed to further develop gross motor skills through song, games, tumbling and using equipment like balls, hula hoops, parachutes, balance beams and more! Ages: 3-5 years Location: Gymnasium (No classes: Oct. 8th, 22nd, Nov. 12th, Mar. 4th,18th) Day

Time

Start

Tues.

10:00-11:00am Fall (14)

Cost

Barcode

$78.40

32795

Sat.

10:00-11:00am Fall (10)

$56.00

32796

Tues.

10:00-11:00am Winter (10)

$56.00

32797

Sat.

10:00-11:00am Winter (9)

$50.40

32798

Winter (10)

Ooey Gooey Science Are you ready to get messy? We are! Experiment with foam, slime, goop and other concoctions. Ever made Elephant toothpaste? Ever wondered what would happen if you mixed glue and shaving cream? Well, put on some old clothes and get ready for a sensory explosion! Ages: 3 - 5 years Location: Gym Meeting Room (No classes: Mar. 2nd) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Thur.

5:30-6:30pm

Fall (14)

$78.40

32799

Thur.

5:30-6:30pm

Winter (10)

$56.00

32800

Little Picasso Dress for mess and artistic success! Explore the world around you, make works of art from everyday objects and bring home masterpieces. Ready, set, create! Ages: 18 months - 5 years Location: Preschool Room (No classes: Nov. 11th & Mar. 3rd, 15th & 17th) Day

Time

Wed.

Start

Cost

Barcode

10:45-11:30am Fall (14)

$78.40

32654

Fri.

9:45-10:30am

$72.80

32655

Wed.

10:45-11:30am Winter (10)

$56.00

32656

Fri.

9:45-10:30am

$50.40

32657

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Children’s Programs Programs For Children 3-5 Years For start dates and special program notes please see the first page of this section. Little Sneakers Child’s World (Child Minding Services) Energetic preschoolers will experience the thrills of learning This program is for children between 18 months and 8 years old basic skills for a variety of sports including soccer, basketball while parents use the Facility. Your child will be able to play with and floor hockey through co-operative games and activities. other children, make a craft, read a story and partake in many Children will learn how to work as a team in a non-competitive more exciting activities. We encourage cooperative play and environment through games and activities related to sports have developed the following policy to ensure it is a safe and that will help develop their coordination and gross motor enjoyable experience for everyone: skills. • The program is first-come, first-served and has a capacity limit. (No classes: Mar. 2nd) • Children must be signed in at each visit and provide a drop-in Ages 3-5 years card, that is purchased at the front desk, as well as a receipt Location: Gymnasium stating the length of time the parent paid for. • It is recommended that children register for the program, at no Day Time Start Cost Barcode fee, ahead of time. This way if there are any cancellations or last minute changes parents can be notified. Thurs. 6:00-7:00pm Fall (14) $78.40 32803 • Parents/guardians may not leave the Facility. Thurs. 6:00-7:00pm Winter (10) $56.00 32804 • Children may bring nut-free snacks and drinks. • Children must wear indoor footwear at all times. Kindergarten Readiness • Positive behaviour is encouraged. Negative behaviour will be This is a skill development based program to teach both gross discussed with both the child and parent/guardian. Please motor and fine motor skills through physical literacy, art and note, continuing negative behaviour will not be tolerated. science. The cost for this program is $16.80 per morning. (No classes: Mar. 14th AM class only) Location: Preschool Room Location: Preschool Room (No classes: Oct. 10th & Feb. 20th) Day

Time

Mon.

Start

Cost

Barcode

10:00am-12:30pm Fall (12)

$201.60

32831

Thurs.

9:15-11:45am

$201.60

32832

Mon.

10:00am-12:30pm Winter (8)

$134.40

32834

Thurs.

9:15-11:45am

$151.20

32837

Fall (12) Winter (9)

Day

Time

Cost

Barcode

Tues.

11:00am-2:00pm Fall (14)

Start

$5.00/hr/child

32781

Tues.

5:00-8:00pm

Fall (14)

$5.00/hr/child

32782

Thurs.

5:00-8:00pm

Fall (14)

$5.00/hr/child

32783

Tues.

11:00am-2:00pm Winter (10)

$5.00/hr/child

32784

Tues.

5:00-8:00pm

Winter (10)

$5.00/hr/child

32785

Thurs.

5:00-8:00pm

Winter (9)

$5.00/hr/child

32786

If you are unsure whether your program is running, or if you are dropping into a program, or DURING INCLEMENT WEATHER, please check www.qswc.ca for cancellations.

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Children’s Programs Children’s Day Camps

PA DAY CAMPS

Looking for something fun to do on your day off school? Join us at the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre for loads of FUN!

Activities Include: • Swimming at our Pools • Sports • Games • Crafts

Ages: 4-13 yrs. Regular camp hours are 8am – 5pm Cost:$32.50 per day Extra hours are available 7-8am and/or 5-6pm (Additional $3/child per AM or PM)

Dates:

September 30th, 2016 (33024) October 28th, 2016 (33025) November 25th, 2016 (33026) February 3rd, 2017 (33027)

March 3rd, 2017 (33028) May 19th, 2017 (33063) June 30th, 2017 (33064)

WINTER WONDERLAND HOLIDAY CAMP

Join us for a holiday of fabulous fun! Children will enjoy a day filled with great games, sports, crafts, swimming and many more fantastic activities! Please dress appropriate for weather as some activities may be conducted outside. Ages 4-13 years Regular Camp Hours are 8am-5pm Cost: $32.00 per day Extra hours are available 7-8am and/or 5-6pm (Additional $3/child per AM or PM) Dates: • • •

Wednesday December 28th, 2016 (33033) Thursday December 29th, 2016 (33034) Tuesday January 3rd, 2017 (33035)

• • •

Wednesday January 4th, 2017 (33036) Thursday January 5th, 2017 (33037) Friday January 6th, 2017 (33038)

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Children’s Programs MARCH BREAK MUMBO JUMBO CAMPS March 13-17, 2017 Spice up your March Break!

This camp is full of fun activities including crafts, organized games, special activities and theme days. We hope you are just as excited as we are! We hope to see you at the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre for a week filled of excitement!

Activities Include: • Swimming • Pizza Party • Sports • Games • Crafts

Drop-off and pick-up will be at the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre. Regular camp hours are 8am – 5pm. Cost: $145/child for the week Extra hours available 7-8am and/or 5-6pm (Additional $15/child per AM OR PM) Mini Blast Camp – Junior & Senior Kindergarten Location: Preschool Room - Barcode: 33031 Junior Blast Camp – Grades 1 & 2 Location: Multipurpose Room - Barcode: 33030 Adventure Camp – Grades 3, 4 & 5 Location: Minor Sports Meeting Room - Barcode: 33029 Youth Camp – Grades 6, 7 & 8 Location: Gym Meeting Room - Barcode: 33032 See Youth/Teen section for more March Break activities March Break Public Swimming, Public Skating and Gymnasium schedule can be found at qswc.ca * NEW March Break One Day Registration If you do not need a full day of camp for your children, we are now offering individual registration days. Day

Time

Day

Cost

Barcode

Mon.

8:00am-5:00pm

Mar 13

$32.50/child/day

33057

Tues.

8:00am-5:00pm

Mar 14

$32.50/child/day

33058

Wed.

8:00am-5:00pm

Mar 15

$32.50/child/day

33059

Thurs.

8:00am-5:00pm

Mar 16

$32.50/child/day

33060

Fri.

8:00am-5:00pm

Mar 17

$32.50/child/day

33061

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Children’s Programs Fall 2016 & Winter 2017 Schedule - Children & Youth Programs Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Acting Up 6:00-7:00pm

Guys Hang Out 5:00-6:30pm

Floorball 5:00-6:00pm

Gross Out Science 11:15am-12:15pm

Zumba Kids 6:30-7:30pm

Gross Out Science 6:30-7:30pm

Youth Sports 6:00-7:00pm

Dance, Dance, Dance 10:45am- 11:45am

Children 6-9 years Kids of Steel 10:30am-12:00pm

Girls Night Out 5:00-6:30pm

Sporty Girls & Guys 5:00-6:00pm

Art Attack 6:30-7:30pm

Kids in the Kitchen 5:15-7:15pm Children 10-13 years Kids of Steel 10:30am-12:00pm

Girls Night Out 5:00-6:30pm

Sporty Girls & Guys 5:00-6:00pm

Acting Up 6:00-7:00pm

Guys Hang Out 5:00-6:30pm

Floorball 5:00-6:00pm

Home Alone 9am-4:00pm (monthly course)

Babysitting Course 9am-5:30pm

Art & Photography Appreciation 5:00-6:00

Zumba Kids 6:30-7:30pm

Home Alone 9am-4:00pm

Youth Sports 6:00-7:00pm

Babysitting Course 9am-5:30pm (monthly course)

Triathlon Training 12:00-1:30pm Young Chefs 4:30-6:30pm Babysitting Course 9am-5:30pm

Exploration of All Things Paint! 6:15-7:15pm

Home Alone 9am-4:00pm

PRESCHOOL PROGRAM NOTES: • Fall Programs begin the week of Sept 11th • Winter Programs begin the week of Jan 8th • No Classes: Oct 8th-10th, Oct 31st after 4pm, Nov 11th, Feb 20th, Mar 3rd- 5th. For additional cancellations, please see notes under your specific program description and review the information on your receipt. • Program Location: Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre, 265 Cannifton Road • Times, dates, locations, and fees are subject to change • Receive 25% off on your 2nd and subsequent registration/ person (in the same session) • Parents & participants over 10 years, will need a Free Wellness Passport for access to all program areas • For more information: Visit our Customer Service Desk, call 613-966-4632, or visit us online at www.qswc.ca

Registration for the First Shift program will open June 20. Session dates begin in October (TBA). This program gives a head start to girls between 6-10yrs old who have never been registered in hockey before. This year our program will be girls only, with another association offering a boys program. Please help us get the word out so that we can grow the game for girls in our region.

If you are unsure whether your program is running, if you are dropping into a program or DURING INCLEMENT WEATHER please check www.qswc.ca for cancellations.

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Children’s Programs Programs For Children 6-9 Years For start dates and special program notes please see the first page of this section. Art Attack This arts and crafts program explores the creative interest and imagination of its participants. This is the perfect class for children who enjoy expressing themselves with paint, clay, paper mache and theme projects or just enjoy getting creatively messy. Ages: 6-9 years Location: Preschool Room (No classes: Oct. 10th, Oct. 31s & Feb. 20th) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Mon.

6:30-7:30pm

Fall (12)

$67.20

32838

Mon.

6:30-7:30pm

Winter (10)

$56.00

32839

Acting Up! Acting Up! This program is designed to teach theatre techniques such as voice projection, character development, stage presence and body language. They will learn how to mime and do improvisation. This program will help increase your child’s confidence and public speaking skills. On the last class there will be a performance for parents and friends. Ages: 9-12 Location: Preschool Room Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Wed.

6:00-7:00pm

Fall (14)

$78.40

32840

Wed.

6:00-7:00pm

Winter (11)

$61.60

32841

Floorball Floorball is an exciting co-ed indoor hockey game. It resembles floor hockey or ball hockey but is played with light weight plastic composite sticks, a whiffle ball and rules that promote safety and skill. Participants will warm up and then play as a team in a non-competitive environment. Ages: 6-13 years Location: Gymnasium (No classes: Oct 21st, Nov. 11th, Dec. 16th, Mar. 3rd & 17th) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Fri.

5:00-6:00pm

Fall

$2.75/Visit 32842

Fri.

5:00-6:00pm

Winter

$2.75/Visit 32843

Youth Sports This drop-in program offers a fun night of activity including a variety of sports and active games for ages 6-13 years. (No classes: Oct. 21st, Nov. 11th, Dec. 16th, Mar. 3rd & 17th) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Fri.

6:00-7:00pm

Fall

$2.75/Visit 32844

Fri.

6:00-7:00pm

Winter

$2.75/Visit 32845

Gross Out Science If you like ooey gooey, slippery, slimy, smell bad, look disgusting, bacteria growing kind of science that makes people scream with delight, then come join us! Only certified kid grossologists will be able to handle the adventures contained here. Come prepared to get messy and discover a whole new level of “YUCK”! Ages: 6-9 years Location: Gym Meeting Room (No classes: Oct. 8th & Mar. 4th) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Thurs.

6:30-7:30pm

Fall (14)

$78.40

32846

Sat.

11:15am-12:15pm Fall (12)

$67.20

32847

Thurs.

6:30-7:30pm

Winter (11)

$61.60

32848

Sat.

11:15am-12:15pm Winter (10)

$56.00

32849

Dance, Dance, Dance This is a recreational dance program. It will introduce your child to explore movement inspired by music. They will learn fundamental steps, develop rhythm and introduce strength, flexibility and coordination while having fun! Ages: 7 & 8 years Location: Aerobic Studio (No classes: Oct. 8th & Mar. 4th) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Sat.

10:45-11:45am

Fall (12)

$67.20

32850

Sat.

10:45-11:45am

Winter (10)

$56.00

32851

Sporty Girls & Guys Come have fun learning a variety of sport skills in this active program. A general warm-up, skills session and playing time will be offered each week. This program will introduce kids to volleyball, basketball, soccer and more! Ages: 6-13 years Location: Gymnasium Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Tues.

5:00-6:00pm

Fall (14)

$78.40

32853

Tues.

5:00-6:00pm

Winter (11)

$61.60

32854

Kids of Steel This program is designed to offer kids the opportunity to experience the sport of triathlon in a positive environment. Training includes swimming, biking and running. Ages: 6-10 years Location: Workout Studio, Track and Pool (No classes: Oct 9th, Nov. 27th, Feb. 5th & Mar. 5th) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Sun

10:30am-12:00pm

Fall (9) Starts Sept. 25

$79.00

32855

Sun

10:30am-12:00pm

Winter (8) Starts Jan. 22

$69.04

32856

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Children’s Programs Programs For Children 6-9 Years For start dates and special program notes please see the first page of this section. Girls Night Out FOR GIRLS ONLY to have fun with: Spa nights, movies, fitness, crafts, non-bake cooking and more. Girls Night has it all! Ages: 6-12 years Location: Gymnasium 5:00-5:30pm, Pro Shop Meeting Room 5:30-6:30pm (No classes: Oct. 10th, Oct. 31st & Feb. 20th) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Mon.

5:00-6:30pm

Fall (12)

$100.80

32857

Mon.

5:00-6:30pm

Winter (10)

$84.00

32858

Guys Hang Out FOR GUYS ONLY! Each week features different sports, games and special events. Come on down and hang out with the boys! Ages: 6-12 years Location: Gymnasium 5:00-5:30pm, Pro Shop Meeting Room 5:30-6:30pm (No classes: Mar. 2nd) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Thurs

5:00-6:30pm

Fall (14)

$117.60

32875

Thurs

5:00-6:30pm

Winter (10)

$84.00

32876

Zumba Kids The Zumba® Kids program is the ultimate dance-fitness party for young Zumba fans ages 7-11, where they can play it loud and rock with friends to their own rules! This program features age-appropriate music and moves that get kids movin’ to the beat. It’s all about feeling fearless on the dance floor, reinforcing the idea that it’s okay to just be yourself and dance like no one’s watching! Ages: 7-11 years Location: Aerobics Room Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Wed.

6:30-7:30pm

Fall (14)

$81.90

32916

Wed.

6:30-7:30pm

Winter (11)

$64.35

32917

If you are unsure whether your program is running, if you are dropping into a program or DURING INCLEMENT WEATHER, please check www.qswc.ca for cancellations.

Kids in the Kitchen Parents enjoy a date night while your kids cook in with us. Your children will learn cooking skills, kitchen safety, table setting and manners, the importance of nutrition and enjoy eating their creations each Friday evening. Your little chef is sure to enjoy the world of “sticky fingers” and they may even make dinner for you one day! Once you have turned 10 graduate to our Young Chefs program. Don’t forget to bring a container to each class to bring home some of your cooking! Materials cost is $72 (not included in the price below) Ages: 7-9 years Location: Multipurpose Room (Oct. 28th and Feb 3rd will be held in the 50+ Centre at the West entrance of the QSWC & no classes Nov 11th, Mar. 3rd) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Fri.

5:15-7:15pm

Fall (8) Starts Sept. 23

$72.00

32898

Fri.

5:15-7:15pm

Winter (8) Starts Jan 20

$72.00

32899

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Children’s Programs Programs for 10-13 years For start dates and special program notes please see the first page of this section. Babysitting Course This course is designed for students ages 11 and up who would like to become more confident in areas of emergency procedures, fire and first aid safety, care of infants and toddlers and how to keep children busy. Students will receive a manual, and upon successful completion a wallet card and certificate. Students are asked to bring a pen, lunch, beverages and a doll or teddy bear for diapering. Ages: 11 - 13 years Location: Minor Sports Meeting Room

Art & Photography Appreciation Express your inner artist with a variety of art and photography classes. Whether you are a beginner or more experienced artist, these fun and informative classes will reignite your creativity. The 8 week session includes the basics of painting (acrylic & watercolour), intro to photography, drawing, charcoal and pastels. Supplies (extra): $10 Ages: 10-13 years Location: Gym Meeting Room Program Starts Jan 31st

Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Fri.

9:00am-5:30pm

Sept. 30

$53.00

33039

Tues.

5:00-6:00pm

Winter (8)

$44.80

32950

Sat.

9:00am-5:30pm

Oct. 29

$53.00

33040

Fri.

9:00am-5:30pm

Nov. 25

$53.00

33041

Sat.

9:00am-5:30pm

Dec. 17

$53.00

33042

Sat.

9:00am-5:30pm

Feb. 4

$53.00

33045

Mon.

9:00am-5:30pm

Mar. 13

$53.00

33043

Wed.

9:00am-5:30pm

Mar. 15

$53.00

33044

Floorball Floorball is an exciting co-ed indoor hockey game. It resembles floor hockey or ball hockey but is played with lightweight plastic composite sticks, a whiffle ball and rules that promote safety and skill. Participants will warm up and then play as a team in a non-competitive environment. Ages 6-13 years Location: Gymnasium (No classes: Oct 21st, Nov. 11th, Dec. 16th & Mar.3rd & 17th) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Fri.

5:00-6:00pm

Fall (11)

$2.75/Visit 32482

Fri.

5:00-6:00pm

Winter (9)

$2.75/Visit 32483

Youth Sports This drop-in program offers a fun night of activity including a variety of sports and active games for ages 6-13 years. Location: Gymnasium (No classes: Nov. 11th, Dec. 16th & Mar.3rd & 17th) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Fri.

6:00-7:00pm

Fall (11)

$2.75/Visit 32844

Fri.

6:00-7:00pm

Winter (9)

$2.75/Visit 32845

If you are unsure whether your program is running, if you are dropping into a program or DURING INCLEMENT WEATHER, please check www.qswc.ca for cancellations.

Exploration of All Things Paint! This class will include acrylic and watercolor painting of landscapes, cityscapes, portraits, and 3D works. First you will learn the basics, and then some advanced techniques with salt and glitter, 3D art, and new painting tools. Pushing the limits of painting to the artistic extreme! Ages: 10-13 years Supplies (extra): $10.00 Location: Gym Meeting Room Program Starts Jan 31st Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Tues.

6:15-7:15pm

Winter (8)

$44.80

33013

Acting Up! This program is designed to teach theatre techniques such as voice projection, character development, stage presence and body language. They will learn how to mime and do improvisation. This program will help increase your child’s confidence and public speaking skills. On the last class there will be a performance for parents and friends. Ages: 9-12 Location: Preschool Room Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Wed.

6:00-7:00pm

Fall (14)

$78.40

32840

Wed.

6:00-7:00pm

Winter (11)

$61.60

32841

Guys Hang Out FOR GUYS ONLY! Each week features different sports, games and special events. Come on down and hang out with the boys! Ages 7-13 years. (No classes: Mar. 2nd) Location: Pro Shop Meeting Room Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Thurs

5:00-6:30pm

Fall (14)

$117.60

32875

Thurs

5:00-6:30pm

Winter (10)

$84.00

32876

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Children’s Programs Programs for Pre-teens 10-13 years For start dates & special program notes please see the first page of this section. Girls Night Out Young Chefs FOR GIRLS ONLY! Spa nights, movies, crafts non-bake cooking, Parents enjoy a date night while your kids cook in with us. Your maybe learn a thing or two about healthy eating and children will learn cooking skills, kitchen safety, proper table nutrition. Girls Night has it all! Ages 7 – 13 years setting and manners, the importance of nutrition and enjoy Location: Pro Shop Meeting Room eating their creations each Sunday evening. This program (No classes: Oct 10th, 31st, Feb 20th) is a step up from Kids in the Kitchen. Don’t forget to bring a container to each class to bring home some of your cooking! Day Time Start Cost Barcode Materials cost is $72 (not included in the price below) Mon. 5:00-6:30pm Fall (12) $100.80 32857 Ages 10 - 13 years (No classes: Oct. 9th & Mar. 5th. Oct. 2nd & 13th, Mon. 5:00-6:30pm Winter (10) $84.00 32858 Feb. 5th & 19th will be held in the 50+ Centre) Location: Multipurpose Room/ 50+ Centre Home Alone This one-day program is designed for those who may be left home alone for a short period of time, especially after school. The program will cover topics such as home safety, street safety, fire safety, when to call 911, what is in a first aid kit and how to use it, including basic first aid techniques, plus many other topics. All participants will receive a handbook based on the Canada Safety Council’s program. Ages 10 - 12 years Location: Minor Sports Meeting Room Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Sat.

9:00am-4:00pm

Oct. 1

$41.00

33049

Fri.

9:00am-4:00pm

Oct. 28

$41.00

33050

Sat.

9:00am-4:00pm

Nov. 26

$41.00

33051

Sun.

9:00am-4:00pm

Dec. 18

$41.00

33052

Fri.

9:00am-4:00pm

Feb. 3

$41.00

33053

Tue.

9:00am-4:00pm

Mar. 14

$41.00

33054

Sporty Girls & Guys Come have fun learning a variety of sport skills in this active program. A general warm-up, skills session and playing time will be offered each week. This program will introduce kids to volleyball, basketball, soccer and more! Ages 6 - 13 years Location: Gymnasium Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Tues

5:00-6:00pm

Fall (14)

$78.40

32853

Tues

5:00-6:00pm

Winter (11)

$61.60

32854

Be active - at home, at school, play inside or outside with friends and family. You’ll have more energy, feel healthy and strong and feel good about yourself! (Public Health Agency of Canada)

Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Sun

4:30-6:30pm

Fall (8) Starts Sept. 18

$72.00

32952

Sun

4:30-6:30pm

Winter (8) Starts Jan. 22

$72.00

32953

Zumba Kids The Zumba® Kids program is the ultimate dance-fitness party for young Zumba fans ages 7-11, where they can play it loud and rock with friends to their own rules! This program features ageappropriate music and moves that get kids movin’ to the beat. It’s all about feeling fearless on the dance floor, reinforcing the idea that it’s okay to just be yourself and dance like no one’s watching! Ages 7 - 11 years Location: Aerobics Studio Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Wed

6:30-7:30pm

Fall (14)

$81.90

32916

Wed

6:30-7:30pm

Winter (11)

$64.35

32917

Triathlon Training This program is designed to improve the participant’s overall fitness level and to help condition them to compete in triathlons. Training includes swimming, biking, running. Ages 11 – 15 years Location: Pool, Track, and Workout Studio (No classes: Oct 9th, Nov. 27th, Feb. 5th & Mar. 5th) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Sun

12:00-1:30pm

Fall (9) Starts Sept. 25

$79.00

32957

Sun

12:00-1:30pm

Winter (8) Starts Jan 22

$69.04

32958

Youth Room – FREE ADMISSION Grades 6 & up See Page 88 for details

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Children’s Programs March Break Programs - 10-13 years BABYSITTING COURSE This course is designed for students ages 11 and up who would like to become more confident in areas of emergency procedures, fire and first aid safety, care of infants and toddlers and how to keep children busy. Students will receive a manual, and upon successful completion a wallet card and certificate. Students are asked to bring a pen, lunch, beverages and a doll or teddy bear for diapering. Ages 11 - 13 years Location: Brown’s Fine Food Training Room

HOME ALONE This one-day program is designed for those who may be left home alone for a short period of time, especially after school. The program will cover topics such as home safety, street safety, fire safety, when to call 911, what is in a first aid kit and how to use it, including basic first aid techniques, plus many other topics. All participants will receive a handbook based on the Canada Safety Council’s program. Ages 10 - 12 years Location: Brown’s Fine Food Training Room

Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Mon

9:00am-5:30pm

March 12

$52.00

33043

Tues

9:00am-4:00pm

March 14

$40.00

33054

Wed

9:00am-5:30pm

March 13

$52.00

33044

GIRLS IMAGE WORKSHOP Want to feel comfortable and confident in your own skin? This program teaches you the importance of having the freedom to define who you are rather than having a definition imposed on you. This workshop is for young ladies ages 11-15. This is an interactive and fun session - bring a friend! This workshop will cover topics such as: • Myths around the ideal body • Stereotypes • Media and peer pressure • Image and self-esteem Location: Brown’s Fine Food Training Room Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Fri

9:00am-4:00pm

March 17

$52.00

33056

FAMILIES CHECK THE PUBLIC SKATES AND PUBLIC SWIMS OVER THE MARCH BREAK @ www.qswc.ca For March Break Camps see the Children’s Section of the Playbook

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Youth-Teens

TEEN PROGRAMS Spring & Summer 2016 Schedule Please add pictures and colour to this pg Sunday

Sunday **Triathlon Training Triathlon Training 12:30-2:00pm 12:00-1:30pm High Principles of High Five’sFive’s Principles of Healthy Child Healthy Child Development Development Workshop Workshop 9:00am-5:30pm 9:00am-5:30pm Mar. 26th April 17, June 19, or Aug. 25 Standard First Aid Standard First Aid 9:00am-5:30pm 9:00am-5:30pm Oct. 1st & 2nd OR Jan. 28th & 29th May 14 & 15 OR July 2 & 3

Tuesday

Tuesday Girl’s Health & Wellness Hour Girl’s Health & Wellness Hour 7:00-8:00pm 7:45-8:45pm

Wednesday

Wednesday

**Sports Night Sports Night 3:30-5:00pm

3:30-5:00pm

Athletic & Sports Training Saturday 8:15-9:15pm

& Pickleball NEW! Badminton This summer, trip days 3:30-5:00pm for high school students! See also, Youth Leadership Development Camp and Sports &Fitness Training Camp.

Teens: also check out the adult section of the Playbook for additional programs. Teens over 16

Teens: alsocan checkparticipate out the adultin section of adult the Playbook for additional programs. Teens over 16ayears can participate these years these classes and for youth ages 13-15, parent must alsoin be adult classes and for youth ages 13-15, a parent must also be registered for the class.

registered for the class. TEEN PROGRAM NOTES: • • • • • • • •

Fall Programs begin the week of Sept 11th PROGRAM NOTES: Winter Programs begin the week of Jan 8th  Spring Programs begin the week of April 2nd No Classes: Oct 8th-10th, Oct 31st after 4pm, Nov 11th, Feb 20th,thMar 2nd after 1pm, Mar 3rd-5th. For additional  Summer begin the week of July 4 and review the information on your receipt. cancellations, pleasePrograms see notes under your specific program description st rd st Road Program Location: Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre, 265 Cannifton  No Classes: May 21 - 23 and Aug 1 and for additional cancellations, please Times, dates, locations, and fees are subject to change under specific registration/ program description Receivesee 25%notes off on your 2nd your and subsequent person (in theand samereview session) the information on A Free Wellness Passport is required for access to all program areas your receipt. For more information: Visit our Customer Service Desk, call 613-966-4632, or visit us online at www.qswc.ca  Program Location: Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre, 265 Cannifton Road  IfTimes, dates, locations, and fees are subject to change you are unsure whether your program is running, if you are dropping into a program or nd  Receive 25%INCLEMENT off on your 2 andplease subsequent registration/ person (in the same DURING WEATHER, check www.qswc.ca for cancellations. session) www.qswc.ca 613-966-4632for • prgeneral@city.belleville.on.ca • Fall 2016/Winter  A Free Wellness Passport is •required access to all program areas 2017 Playbook | 87  For more information: Visit our Customer Service Desk, Call 613-966-4632,


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Things To Do:  Wii  Xbox Kinne  Play Station FREE ADMISSION! Join us in the Youth Room at the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre!  Pool Table

Youth Room

Students in GRADE SIX AND UP: Join your friends or make new friends in the Youth Room for FREE. Staffed by volunteer youth and full of things to do!

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Mission Statement To give youth a positive way to express themselves, meet new people, and find a place where they belong by creating events and activities for youth that are free of prejudice, bullying and violence. Things To Do: • Wii • Air Hockey • Board Games

• Xbox Kinnect • Foosball • Special Programs

• Play Stations • Ping Pong • Sitting Areas

• Pool Table • Free WiFi

Pick-up the Monthly Calendar at the QSWC to see what activities are planned! Visit www.youthbelleville.ca

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Volunteer Opportunities special events. • Youth Belleville Recreation Committee • Youth Room Staff Join Youth B • Homework Club Helper • Gym/Sports Staff • Children/Preschool Programs Follow us on Twitt Become a Volunteer and earn community hours while meeting new people and having fun! You will also be ableFollow to help us on Face determine activities and events that will be held for youth both in the youth room and for special events. Join Youth Belleville! Follow us on Twitter @YouthBelleville Follow us on Facebook by clicking www.facebook.com/youthbelleville A youth program run by youth, for youth; designed to make teens feel valued and empower them to help shape their future and the world around them. Become a member and help determine activities and events that will be held for youth both in the youth room and at the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre. Call for details: 613-966-4632.

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Youth-Teens Programs for Teens For start dates and special program notes please see the first page of this section. Sports Night Come out and have fun while getting fit! This co-ed program offers a variety of different sports such as basketball, floor hockey, dodgeball, soccer, volleyball and more! Sports will be rotated weekly. See the monthly calendar for details. Ages 13 - 17 years Location: Gymnasium (No program: Mar. 1st) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Wed.

3:30-5:00pm

Fall (14)

$2.75/ visit 32965

Wed.

3:30-5:00pm

Winter (11)

$2.75/ visit 32966

Health & Wellness Hour This program is for FEMALES ONLY. Challenge yourself to a new fitness activity such as TRX, Yoga, Zumba and more, each week. You will have fun, socialize, build your confidence and increase your fitness level! This program is for ages 13-17 year olds and ALL fitness levels are welcome! Location: Yoga Studio or Aerobics Room Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Tues.

7:45-8:45pm

Fall (14)

$81.90

32967

Tues.

7:45-8:45pm

Winter (11)

$64.35

32968

Triathlon Training This program is designed to improve the participant’s overall fitness level and to help condition them to compete in triathlons. Training includes swimming, biking, running. Ages 11 – 15 years Location: Pool, Track, and Workout Studio (No class: Oct. 9th, Nov. 27th, Feb. 5th & Mar. 5th) Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Sun

12:00-1:30pm

Fall (9)

$79.00

32957

Sun

12:00-1:30pm

Winter (8)

$69.04

32958

High Five’s Principles of Healthy Child Development Workshop This one-day training will help front-line leaders (anyone working with children aged 6 to 12 – i.e. camp counselor, coach, swim instructor) improve the quality of programs. It provides in depth training in the HIGH FIVE®Principles of healthy child development so front-line leaders understand what they need to do to ensure each child’s social, emotional and cognitive needs are met. Leaders learn activities and gain knowledge, tips and resources to enhance their programs as well as their relationships with children and other staff members. Location: QSWC Day

Time

Start

Cost

Barcode

Sun.

9:00am-5:30pm

March 26

$108.00

33015

Standard First Aid & CPR ‘C’ Standard First Aid incorporates all of Emergency First Aid and is designed for those who require a more in-depth understanding of first aid including: legal implications of first aid treatment, spinal injuries, heat or cold injuries, bone and joint injuries, abdominal and chest injuries, burns, and medical emergencies. The required first aid manual is included in the price. Location: QSWC Day

Time

Cost

Barcode

Sept. 24 (recert)

9:00am-5:30pm

$105.00

32750

Oct. 1 & 2

9:00am-5:30pm

$144.42

32746

Dec. 21(recert)

9:00am-5:30pm

$105.00

32754

Jan. 28 & 29

9:00am-5:30pm

$144.42

32747

Mar. 18 (recert)

9:00am-5:30pm

$105.00

32751

Workout Studio – Fall & Winter Open Times: (Subject to Change) Monday: 6-9am, 11:30am-2:30pm, 4:30-9:30pm Tues/Thurs: 6-9am, 11:00am-2:30pm, 4:30-7:00pm, 8:00-9:30pm Wed: 6-9am, 11:30am-2:30pm, 4:30-7:00pm, 8:00-9:30pm Friday: 6-9am, 9:30am-2:30pm, 4:30-8:00pm Saturday: 7-10am & 1-3pm Sunday: 8-11am & 1-3pm Cost: $3.00 per visit OR buy a multi-pack and save: 10-pack: $25.00, 20-pack: $45.00, 40-pack: $80.00 Refer to the Special Activity Schedule for Holiday Hours (available online or at the QSWC)

PLEASE NOTE: *NEW* • • •

Youth, 13-17 years, wishing to use the workout studio, unattended by an adult, must first attend two orientation sessions. ORIENTATION SESSIONS are offered on Mondays from 4:30-5:00pm and Saturdays from 8:30-9:00am for a drop-in fee of only $3.00. WOS Closed: March 3-5th (RV Show) & special holiday hours on page 10.

If you are unsure whether your program is running, if you are dropping into a program or DURING INCLEMENT WEATHER, please check www.qswc.ca for cancellations.

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Culture

257 Bridge Street East, Belleville, ON 613-962-2329 glanmore.ca

Discover Belleville’s Treasure One of Belleville’s finest homes, Glanmore was built in 1882 -1883 for wealthy banker J.P.C. Phillips (1842-1912) and his wife Harriet Dougall Phillips (18391915). Glanmore’s rooms have been restored to the 1880s & feature period displays with original furnishings as well as beautiful objects from the Couldery Collection. In late November and December Glanmore is wonderfully decorated with period holiday décor. For more information, call 613-962-2329. Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm. Admission: Adults $6.00, Students and Seniors $5.00, Children 5-12 $3.50 and Children under 5 years old are free.

“A Victorian Gem!”

Ask a Curator Day Wednesday, September 14, 2016 Staff from Glanmore National Historic Site will be participating in Ask a Curator Day by live tweeting answers to your questions. Ever wondered what the oldest object in a collection is? Or how the museum cares for a certain type of artifact? Ask a Curator Day can help you find the answers from more than 500 museum curators from around the world. Questions to Glanmore staff can be tweeted to @GlanmoreNHS with the hashtag #AskACurator.

Doors Open Belleville Saturday, September 17, 2016 - 10:00 am to 4:00pm Join us for a behind-the-scenes look at Glanmore National Historic Site as part of Doors Open Belleville. Learn about the restoration of the historic house, climb part of the servant staircase and discover hidden secrets found during past restoration projects. Be sure to stop by Belleville Fire Hall, Station No 1 at 60 Bettes Street for the grand opening of Loyalty, Tradition and Progress a special exhibit highlighting the history of the Belleville Fire Department developed by Glanmore National Historic Site in partnership with Belleville Fire and Rescue. For more details about sites participating in Doors Open Belleville visit:

www.doorsopenbelleville.ca/.

Harvest Tea and Tour Sunday, October 2, 2016 - 12:30 pm and 3 pm Celebrate the autumn with the Friends of Glanmore’s Harvest Tea and Tour. Spend a relaxing afternoon at the museum. Enjoy delicious tea sandwiches, scones, homemade jam and sweets then explore the historic house with a guided tour. Tickets: $25.00 each. Limited spaces are available so book your tickets early to avoid disappointment. Funds raised are in support of special projects at Glanmore.

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Culture Connect with Glanmore: facebook.com/ GlanmoreNHS

@GlanmoreNHS

To Preserve and Protect: Caring for your Family Heirlooms Saturday, October 22, 2016—1:00 pm to 4:00 pm Drop in to Glanmore and bring along your family heirlooms to learn how to best preserve and protect these objects for future generations. Throughout the afternoon local heritage professionals will be prepared to answer your questions, give advice and demonstrate how you can best care for your personal treasures such as furniture, books, ceramics, metal objects, framed art, documents, photographs, quilts and clothing. A selection of conservation materials to aid in preservation will be available for sale. Regular museum admission applies.

Glanmore by Gaslight

Hot Cocoa and Holiday Cookies! Sunday, November 27, 2016 2:00 to 4:00 pm Bring the family to explore Glanmore National Historic Site and see the beautiful holiday exhibits. Sip hot cocoa and nibble on gingerbread cake and cookies. Make your own Victorian tree decorations inspired by the period Christmas trees at Glanmore. This afternoon of family fun is a great way to kick off the holiday season and is sure to create Christmas memories to last a lifetime! A special appearance by Father Christmas himself will make the afternoon complete for both the young and young at heart. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Call 613-962-2329 for more information.

Wednesday, December 7, Wednesday, December 14 or Wednesday, December 21, 2016 7:00 pm We’ve recreated the look of gaslight for these popular evening tours at Glanmore National Historic Site, located at 257 Bridge Street East, Belleville. Enjoy a guided tour of Glanmore by “gaslight” as the historic house is beautifully decorated for Christmas. Traditional holiday refreshments will be served. Tickets: Adults $15.00, Children 5-12 $8.00. Evening tours are not recommended for children under the age of 5. Reservations are a must as these evenings sell out quickly. Reserve tickets by calling 613-962-2329.

Heritage Week - February 14 to 18, 2017 Glanmore National Historic Site is celebrating Heritage Week, February 14 - 18, 2017. Join in special themed guided tours daily at 2 pm. Regular ad-mission applies. For more information about Glanmore visit www.glanmore.ca or call 613-962-2329. www.qswc.ca • 613-966-4632 • prgeneral@city.belleville.on.ca • Fall 2016/Winter 2017 Playbook | 91


Culture

The Community Archives collects maps, photographs, newspapers and other records which document the history of Belleville and other communities of Hastings County.

The Archives is open Monday to Thursday 9:30am to 12:00pm and 1:00 to 4:00pm inside Belleville Public Library

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Culture

Free public presentations are held on the third Tuesday of the month at Maranatha, 100 College Street West at 7:30pm. All are welcome. September 20 Bobby-Jo Morris: A History of the Village of Shannonville October 18 Sandra Joyce: The British Home Children, 1869 to 1939 November 15 Sherry Pringle: Extraordinary Women, Extraordinary Times January 17 Jane Simpson: The Many Lives of Charles McDonald, Napoleonic Soldier and Upper Canada Settler February 16 Bill Kennedy: The History of Canada’s Maple Leaf Flag www.hastingshistory.ca

www.cabhc.ca

facebook.com/cabhc (2nd floor, Belleville Public Library)

254 Pinnacle Street Belleville ON K8N 3B1

@ArchivesBHC archives@cabhc.ca 613-967-3304

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Culture Ready Set Kindergarten! August 22, 24, 29, 31, 10-11am Helping your child prepare for that big transition to school through play-based learning, stories and songs. Pre-register @ 613-968-6731 x2235

Storytimes

Monday-Thursday ■ 9:30-8 Friday ■ 9:30-5 Saturday ■ 9:30-5:30

Read-a-rama

September 17, 10:30am Join the Quinte Writers and Illustrators for an all-ages reading of their new books and make your own unique mini-book

Family Violin Concert

October 1, 10:30am Celebrate Culture Days with the talented students from the Red Door String Studio

Rebecca Bender

October 15 11am Celebrate Ontario Public Library Week with award winning author and illustrator of Giraffe and Bird. Free event. Pre-register x2235

September 6-November 19, December 5-15, January 2-February 24 Toddler: Mondays, 10am, 18 months-3 years Preschooler: Wednesdays & Thursdays, 10am, 3+ Baby: Thursdays, 11am, 0-18 months

Paws for Reading Tuesdays & Thursdays, September 6-November 17, 3:30-5pm Beginner or reluctant readers read to a trained therapy dog. 5+. Pre-register x2235

Saturday Programs

September 10-November 19, December 10-17, January 7-February 25, 10:30am Stories, songs, crafts and more. 3+

Junior Fun 2nd Thursday of the month, September 8-February 9, 6-7pm Part book club, art club, science club. Always FUN club. 7-12 years. Pre-register x2235

March Break

March 13-March 18 Join us for a fun-filled week of programs for school-aged kids!

Teen Connection

4th Friday of the month, September 23-November 25, January 27-February 24, 3:30-4:30pm Meet friends, learn something new and have a great time. 12+. Pre-register x2235

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Culture Computer Workshops for Older Adults

Fireside Book Club

Check out a Skill

Afternoon Book Club

Thursdays, September 8-November 17, March 2-16, 2-3:30pm. Pre-register x2237

Monday-Saturday 1-on-1 Technology Training. Pre-register x2237

Last Monday of the month September 26-February 27, 6:30-7:30pm 4th Tuesday of the month September 27-February 28, 2-3pm

Knitterati Social Knitting Circle

Every 2nd Tuesday, August 23-November 29, January 10-March 21, 5:30-7:30pm

Genealogy 101 Workshop

Fridays, October 21, 1-4:30pm or November 18, 1-4:30pm Find your roots with a guided tour of our local history and genealogy collections and for training using online resources. Pre-register @ 613-968-6731 x2237

How to Buy and Sell Online

Thursdays, October 27, November 24 or March 23, 2-3:30pm. Pre-register x2237

Howard Shrier

Saturday, October 22, 2:30pm Celebrate Ontario Public Library Week with a two-time winner of the prestigious Arthur Ellis Award for excellence in crime fiction for his acclaimed Jonah Geller Mystery Series.

Enjoy three Galleries featuring monthly exhibitions and the Parrott collection of original Manly MacDonald paintings.

Explore your creative side with The Doodle Group, The Drawing Room and other feature programs. Tuesday 9:30-5

Enrich your life with workshops, art talks, concerts and the “Musical Gifts” performances featuring pianist Rick Penner.

Discover hand-crafted giftware in the Parrott Gallery Shop.

Wednesday 9:30-5 Thursday  9:30-8 Friday 9:30-5 Saturday  9:30-5:30

254 Pinnacle Street • Belleville • Ontario • K8N 3B1 • 613-968-6731

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Community Services

Community Arenas Family Dental centre areNA Rental Options:

• Arena Surface Available For Rent (Ice In) • Arena Surface Available For Rent (Ice Out) • Event Venue Available For Rent - Seating for up to 200 (Ice In) - Seating for up to 1350 (Ice Out - includes floor surface seating)

MACKAY INSURANCE ARENA Rental Options:

• Arena Surface Available For Rent (Ice In) • Arena Surface Available For Rent (Ice Out) • Event Venue Available For Rent - Seating for up to 300 (Ice In) - Seating for up to 1350 (Ice Out - includes floor surface seating)

Yardmen Arena Rental Options:

• Arena Surface Available For Rent (Ice In) • Arena Surface Available For Rent (Ice Out) • Event Venue Available For Rent - Seating for up to 3200 (Ice In) - Seating for up to 4200 (Ice Out – includes floor surface seating)

Wally Dever Arena Rental Options:

• Arena Surface Available For Rent (Ice In) • Arena Surface Available For Rent (Ice Out) • Event Venue Available For Rent - Seating for up to 350 (Ice In) - Seating for up to 1350 (Ice Out - includes floor surface seating)

Location: 265 Cannifton Road Belleville, Ontario

Contact Information for rental rates and to book ice: Recreation, Culture & Community Services Office: prgeneral@city.belleville.on.ca 613-966-4632

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Community Services

Community Harbours Belleville on the Beautiful Bay of Quinte Meyers Pier offers first class amenities for travelling boaters and Victoria Park is home to seasonal

boaters. Water and hydro are available at most slips.

Harbour Information & Bookings 613-966-4632 or Belleville.ca

BOAT LAUNCHES

Herchimer Avenue & South George Street •

• •

Seasonal passes available at City Hall at 169 Front St. or the Recreation, Culture & Community Services Office located at the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre, 265 Cannifton Road Enjoy fishing on the Bay of Quinte by using one of the two City operated boat launches Both the Herchimer Avenue and South George Street launches have coin operated ticket machines for your convenience

Community Centres Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre

Foster Ward

(75 St. Paul Street)

(265 Cannifton Road)

Contact: Recreation, Culture & Community Services, 613-966-4632 or qswc.ca Various meeting room and spaces available, accessible

Hillcrest (69 Centre Street)

Contact: Recreation, Culture & Community Services, 613-966-4632 Dining capacity (80 people), Kitchen with microwave, Accessible Washrooms.

Parkdale (119 Birch Street)

Contact: Recreation, Culture & Community Services, 613-966-4632 Dining capacity (120 people), Kitchen, Accessible Washrooms.

Contact: Joe Drummond, 613-962-7947 Dining capacity (146 people), Kitchen, Accessible Washrooms.

Gerry Masterson

(516 Harmony Road)

Contact: Theresa Brennan, 613-962-8000 Email: thurlowcommunitycentre@hotmail.com Find us on Facebook @ Gerry Masterson Thurlow Community Centre. Dining Capacity (173 people), Kitchen, Bar, Stage, Accessible Washrooms

Looking for information on our programs and services? Visit www.qswc.ca or Follow us on Twitter @QSWC

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Community Services

COMMUNITY PARKS & TRAILS Multi-Use Trails

Over 23.75 kilometres most are maintained year round. • Plan a walk today on one of our beautiful trail systems! • Please respect our trails! For the safety and enjoyment of all, we ask that users keep to the right side and maintain safe speeds on bicycles and rollerblades • Visit www.belleville.ca for more details on our amazing trails and the Trails Brochure

Parkland:

The City maintains over 202.14 hectares of parkland at 66 City locations. • We proudly care for 21 children’s playgrounds. Visit www.belleville.ca for a listing of parks and amenities • Motorized vehicles, including all terrain vehicles are prohibited on park trails and in park areas. • Belleville has the Kiwanis Skateboard Park located at Riverside Park. • Make sure you visit the Lions Pavilion at Zwick’s Park.

Belleville’s newest covered gazebo located on the Kiwanis Bayshore Trail on Memory lane.

Park Space & Picnic Sites

The City of Belleville offers a variety of picnic spaces to enjoy the great outdoors with your family. A permit is required for all picnic sites so please contact our rental staff. BBQ’s In The Park – The City of Belleville does permit BBQ’s in the Park. However to ensure everyone’s safety in the Park we ask that all groups wishing to have a back yard or Industrial BBQ at their Picnic or Special Event to contact the Fire Department 613-966-6929 x 3133 and the Clerk’s Office by-law Officer 613-967-3246 to report your BBQ . Thank you for your co-operation.

Pet Owners

We all appreciate clean parks and open spaces. • Please, for the safety of everyone, especially our children; please be a responsible pet owner. • Stoop and Scoop (By-Law#13936) • Dogs must be on a leash in all City parks with the exception of the “Off Leash Dog Park”.

JIM MOORE OFF-LEASH DOG PARK:

The dog park located in East Zwick’s Park is 4 acres in size. The Quinte Dog Park Association’s volunteers maintain the park. For more information, visit: www.quintedogpark.com.

Floral Displays

are at 20 locations throughout the City, including the trademark 401 Hill Canada Display!

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Community Services

COMMUNITY PARKS & TRAILS LIONS PAVILION AT ZWICK’S PARK

The Lions Pavilion at Zwick’s Park features: • Fully accessible 6,250 square feet of covered pavilion • Seating capacity of approximately 450 people • 2 foot high raised stage that is 20’ X 45’ with suspended lighting truss, bulkhead and suspended pipe frame, 1100 square foot ‘back of house’ that includes, secured storage, change rooms and a future washroom, a loading dock with accessible access to the stage • Acoustical ceiling treatments for improved sound • Speaker installations with the ability to add more performance speakers during special events

MARY-ANN SILLS PARK

• • • • • • •

CFL and FIFA regulation sized soccer, football and multi-sport artificial sports field Five full size playing fields, including the artificial turf Site Building with washrooms and tournament centre Bleachers Paved and granular trails and parking lot with lighting Bruce Faulds Track Smoke Free within the outer fenced limits

Lions Pavillion

Corby Rose Garden

Features display beds of 2,000 roses, perennial and annual flowers! This is a site to see. Bring a visitor to see this beautiful garden of roses! Reminder: Dogs are not permitted in the Corby Rose Garden.

Sports Fields:

Soccer Pitches: 24 Ball Diamonds: 26 We have the BEST sports fields in our region! • Bruce Faulds Track at MA Sills Park • Lit and unlit fields are available. • A permit is required to use City Fields

IMPORTANT NOTE: Smoke-Free Ontario Act January 1, 2015, smoking is no longer permitted on children’s playgrounds or in public spaces within 20 metres of a playground. January 1, 2015, smoking is no longer allowed at publicly owned outdoor sporting areas, spectator areas, sporting areas & public areas within 20 metres of any point of the edge of the sport spectator areas. INFOline: 1-866-532-3161 TTY: 1-800-387-5559 Or Visit the Ontario Ministry of Health & Long Term Care website Ontario.ca/smokefree

Corby Rose Garden

TO BOOK ANY OF THEse FACILITES, CONTACT THE RECREATION, CULTURE & COMMUNITY SERVICES OFFICE AT 613-966-4632

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CITY OF BELLEVILLE PARKS DONATION PROGRAM There are unlimited reasons why any one person, group or business might choose to imprint themselves into the texture of Belleville’s natural environment. Perhaps to commemorate life events such as marriages, births, deaths, graduations, anniversaries, birthdays, baptisms, retirement or special events. Whatever the case, these gifts create lasting personal memories in your favourite green space while increasing the beauty, history and/or user-friendliness of our parks. After all, there’s no place like nature to feel close to what matters most in life.

What kind of “presents” could I give? Memory Lane Stones:

$125 (located at the end of South Foster Avenue)

Trees:

$500 (tree marker at donor’s expense)

Peace Poles:

$1,420

Park Benches:

$3,500 (includes bench, concrete slab & plaque)

Light Standards:

$4,000 (includes plaque)

Sponsorships:

Floral displays, flower gardens and playground equipment

CN Monument: CN Pensioners in partnership with Recreation, Culture & Community Services and Environmental & Operational Services - Parks Section

Railroads helped build and unite this country. Recognize and remember all who helped by honouring a loved one who is/was involved with the railroad by: 1. Purchasing a single stone for $125 2. Purchasing a railroader families stone for $200 3. Placing their name on a plaque for $250 4. Purchasing a railroaders friend stone for $125 All donations related to the CN Monument will be installed in June (deadline for donations March 31st) and October (deadline for donations July 31st) of each year.

Whatever the occasion, the legacy is yours to give. The program contributes in a very special way to the greening and beautification of our City and increases park amenities. Dedications are tax deductible. A tax receipt will be issued for the full amount of your donation. Become the change you want to see. Thank you for your generous donation and for helping to make Belleville a better place to live, work and play.

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Community contacts The Recreation, Culture & Community Services Department publishes the following contacts as a community service. Should there be errors or omissions, please contact the Department at 613-966-4632 or e-mail us at prgeneral@city.belleville.on.ca and every effort will be made to correct it in the next issue. For a list of events hosted at the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre, visit qswc.ca or refer to the Recreation Services section in this Community Guide. For a list of community events, visit www.belleville.ca.

AGENCIES

Alzheimer Society.......................................................................................613-962-0892 Big Brothers, Big Sisters.............................................................................613-962-3666 Brain Injury Association............................................................................613-967-2756 Canadian Cancer Society..........................................................................613-962-0686 Canadian Diabetes Assoc.........................................................................613-962-6520 CNIB..................................................................................................................613-966-8833 Community Care..........................................................................................613-969-0130 The Epilepsy & Seizure Disorder Resource Centre...........................613-968-6942 Heart & Stroke Foundation......................................................................613-962-2502 Quinte Area Newcomers...........................................................................613-395-0064 Quinte Children’s Foundation.................................................................613-962-9292 Region Hospice of Quinte........................................................................613-966-6610 Volunteer & Information Quinte............................................................613-969-8862 Welcome Wagon......................................................................................1-866-873-9945

SENIORS CLUBS

CN Pensioner Assoc....................................................................................613-394-4682 Trillium 2000 Seniors..................................................................................613-968-6145

SERVICE CLUBS

Belleville Lions Club....................................................................................613-962-6559 Eureka Masonic Lodge #283...................................................................613-962-5713 Kinette Club of Belleville...........................................................................613-968-4916 Kiwanis Club of Belleville..........................................................................613-478-3904 Rotary Club of Belleville............................................................................613-967-3825 Royal Cdn. Legion Br. 99............................................................................613-962-2643

SPORTS & HOBBY CLUBS

608 Air Cadet Squadron............................................................................613-453-4576 Batawa Ski Racing Club.................................................. www.batawaskiracing.com Bay of Qte. Jr. Badminton.........................................................................613-968-7942 Bay of Quinte Yacht Club..........................................................................613-966-5931 Belleville Art Association..........................................................................613-477-3443 Belleville Badminton Club........................................................................613-969-9423 ....................................................................................www.bellevillebadminton.com Belleville Boxing Club................................................................................613-477-2160 Belleville Bulldogs.......................................................................................613-966-9542 Belleville & District Special Olympics..............................jonahamy@hotmail.com Belleville Dragon Boat Club.........................www.bellevilledragonboatclub.com Blvl Duplicate Bridge Club.......................................................................613-962-7639 Belleville Garden Club...............................................................................613-966-7455 Belleville Girls Minor Hockey.......................................... www.bellevillebearcats.ca Belleville Karate & Jio-Jitsui.....................................................................613-968-4796 Belleville Ladies Bus. Softball..................................................................613-962-0727 Belleville Lawn Bowling............................................................................613-962-9302 Belleville Minor Ball Hockey....................................................................613-969-5757 Belleville Minor Football...........................................................................613-966-0809 Belleville Minor Hockey.............................................................................613-962-6103 Belleville Mixed Slo-Pitch.........................................................................613-961-1672 Belleville Minor Softball..................................... www.bellevilleminorsoftball.com Blvl. Model Rail Road Club.......................................................................613-968-9270 Belleville Ravens Volleyball................................... belleville_ravens@hotmail.com Blvl Scottish Country Dance....................................................................613-967-1827 Blvl. Sports Hall of Fame............................................................................613-962-7955 Belleville Theatre Guild..............................................................................613-967-1442 Belleville Ultimate Disc Assoc.................................................................613-920-2922 Belleville Youth Soccer...............................................................................613-966-9821 Belleville Youth Swim Team.......................................................................www.byst.ca Canadian Assoc. of Retirement Persons..............................................613-475-9478 Canadian Sport Divers...............................................................................613-968-6014 Core Arts and Culture Centre............................................................www.coreinfo.ca

SPORTS & HOBBY CLUBS

Crooked Arrow Archery............................................................................613-969-7289 Fish & Game Club........................................................................................613-966-6731 Girl Guides – Moira Division....................................................................613-968-2306 Green’s Dream Stable.................................................................................613-242-1599 Hastings & Prince Edward Regiment Royal Canadian Army Cadets – Belleville...............www.bellevillearmycadets.com JMT Performance Horses..........................................................................613-921-4553 Kenzo Dozono’s SKI Karate.......................................................................613-962-8551 Men Teachers Rec. Hockey.......................................................................613-967-9678 Misuraca Karate............................................................................................613-969-8936 Quinte Aikido Martial Arts.......................................................................613-967-9689 ................................................................................................. http://quinteaikido.com Quinte Area 4 on 4 Hockey.................................. www.quintearea4on4hockey.ca Quinte Arts Council....................................................................................613-962-1232 Quinte Ballroom Dance Club..................................................................613-968-4974 Quinte Bay Boxing Club........................................... www.quintebayboxingclub.ca Quinte Bay Gymnastics.............................................................................613-967-9517 Quinte Beekeepers Assoc.........................................................................705-924-1433 Quinte Blades Speed Skating..................................................................613-966-0385 Quinte Children’s Theatre..................................... www.quintechildrenstheatre.ca Quinte Curling Club....................................................................................613-962-5570 Quinte Dog Park Assoc..............................................................................613-966-5553 Quinte Dragon Boat Training Centre...................................................www.qdbtc.ca Quinte Figure Skating Club......................................................http://quintefsc.com/ Quinte Fishing Series.................................................................................613-967-1024 Quinte Irish Canadian Soc........................................................................613-966-7782 Adult Irish Dancing.....................................................................................613-771-1770 Youth/Children Irish Dancing ................................................................613-966-7782 Or..................................................................................................................613-962-1897 Quinte Legion Track & Field.....................................................................613-394-1107 Quinte Living Centre Band.......................................................................613-962-2881 Or.................................................................................................................613-686-5248 Quinte Needlearts.......................................................................................613-967-7917 Quinte Opera Guild.....................................................................................613-771-1564 Quinte Plastic Modelers............................................................................613-962-1086 Quinte Quilter’s Guild................................................................................613-962-2730 Quinte Regional Crokinole.......................................................................613-967-7720 Quinte Regional Minor Hockey..............................................................613-541-4003 Quinte Rowing Club...................................................................................613-962-6818 Quinte Seniors Euchre...............................................................................613-771-0521 Quinte Sequence Ballroom......................................................................613-962-5762 Quinte Table Tennis Club..........................................................................613-477-1007 Quinte Tennis Club......................................................................................613-967-1507 Quinte Timekeepers...................................................................................705-778-5490 Quinte Twirlers.............................................................................................613-962-8816 Quinte Woodcarvers...................................................................................613-966-3091 Royal Cdn. Sea Cadet Corps Quinte......................................................613-962-4647 Senior Duplicate Bridge............................................................................613-771-9376 Senior Bridge Club......................................................................................613-771-9376 Stirling Judo Club........................................................................................613-395-5192

MUNICIPAL SERVICES

Belleville Fire Department.......................................................................613-967-3035 Belleville Police Station.............................................................................613-966-0882 Belleville Public Library.............................................................................613-968-6731 Belleville Public Works...............................................................................613-967-3275 Belleville Water.............................................................................................613-966-3657 City Hall...........................................................................................................613-968-6481 Glanmore N.H.S............................................................................................613-962-2329 Community Archives of Belleville & Hastings County...................613-967-3304 John M. Parrott Art Gallery.......................................................................613-968-6731 Graffiti Hotline..................................................................................613-968-6481x3526

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