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YOUTH PROGRAMS Wetaskiwin BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF WETASKIWIN 780-352-4643 justin@wetaskiwinyouth.ca 5109 - 51 Street, Wetaskiwin, AB

OUT OF SCHOOL CARE

Licensed and Accredited Out of School Care that meets your child’s developmental needs. Day Camps on noninstructional school days from 8 am – 5 pm. Visit www.child.alberta.ca for subsidy information; if you do not qualify for government subsidy, the parent portion is $200 per month and the club will subsidize up to $110 per month through fundraising efforts. Dates & Times: Monday – Friday (September 2017 – June 2018), 3:15 pm – 6 pm. Location: 5109 - 51 Street, Wetaskiwin Fee: $310/month

TORCH CLUB

Leadership Club for youth 10 to 13 years focusing on 5 core elements: service to club and community, teamwork, healthy choices, leadership, and learning for life. Personal awareness and self-confidence will be developed in a supportive team environment through activities and projects at the club and community, with opportunities to attend regional conferences. Date & Time: Thursdays (October 2017 – May 2018, 4 pm – 5 pm. Location: 5109 - 51 Street, Wetaskiwin Fee: $50

KEYSTONE CLUB

Leadership Club for youth 14 to 18 years focusing on 6 core elements: service to club and community, teamwork, healthy choices, leadership, learning for life and civic engagement. Personal awareness and self-confidence will be developed in a supportive team environment through activities and projects at the club and community with opportunities to attend regional and national conferences. Date & Time: Wednesdays (October 2017 – May 2018), 4 pm – 5 pm. Location: 5109 - 51 Street, Wetaskiwin Fee: $50

YOUNG CHEFS

Children ages 8 to 12 will learn basic culinary skills in the kitchen while reading recipes and working in a team atmosphere. The program also encourages healthy eating by helping to understand the Canada Food Guide. Date & Time: Thursdays from October 12 to December 2017 (8 sessions), Time to be determined. Location: 5109 - 51 Street, Wetaskiwin Fee: $50

TOWER GARDEN

This program will allow young gardeners, ages 8 to 12, the opportunity to learn the basics of growing plants from seed to harvest. They will also take what they grow to make nutritious meals or snacks and find out the difference between traditional and aeroponic gardens. Date & Time: October to December 2017 (8 sessions), Dates and times to be determined. Location: 5109 - 51 Street, Wetaskiwin Fee: $20

FRIENDSHIP CLUB

Friendship Club provides opportunities for children and youth, ages 6 to 17, to participate in a program that is specifically designed to explore and experience Indigenous culture, traditions, and spirituality. Activities include crafts, games, cooking, storytelling, drumming, dancing, language lessons, or guest speakers/elders. Date & Time: Mondays (October 2017 to May 2018), 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm Location: 5109 - 51 Street, Wetaskiwin Fee: $20

2017 FALL PROGRAM GUIDE

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Fall 2017 Wetaskiwin Program Guide  

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