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Recreation Division

Winter 2010-2011

recreation program FREE

guide


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Table of Contents Director’s Message ....................................3 Fredericton Indoor Pool Fall and Winter Public Swim Schedule ...............................4 Fredericton Indoor Pool Admission and Annual Passes ...........................................4 There’s something to learn for everyone at the Fredericton Indoor Pool!.................5 Online Registration ...................................5 Facebook and Twitter................................5 Website.....................................................5 In Motion..................................................5 City of Fredericton Outdoor Ice Rinks .......6 City of Fredericton - Cross Country Skiing & Walking Trails..............................6 Cross Country Ski Lessons for Seniors.......6 City of Fredericton Christmas Tree Recycling ............................................6 Public Skating Schedule ............................7 Community School Gyms .........................8 Community School Gym Locations...........8 Nashwaaksis Fieldhouse............................8 Interested in Applying for Gym Time? ......8 Community Services Hotline .....................8 Gym Time Cancellations-Inclement Weather ....................................................8 Cityview Dog Park.....................................8 Developmental Assets Workshops ............9 Jump Start Program ..................................9 Youth Blast Saturday Night.........................9 Odell Lodge ..............................................9 Killarney Lake Rotary Centennial Lodge..10 Stepping Stone Senior Centre.................10 Fredericton Senior Centre .......................10 Silver Dolphins Swim Club ......................10 Seniors Art Classes..................................10 Fredericton Public Library ........................10 Nashwaaksis Public School Library ..........11 Special Events .........................................11 Fredericton Area Sport, Recreation and Leisure Contact Listing.....................11

Director’s Message Welcome to the 2010 winter recreation program guide. The Recreation Master Plan adopted by City Council in 2008 has been an excellent tool in guiding the recreation division during the last 2 years and I can say that many of the 67 action steps identified have been completed. In particular the plan recommended the establishment of north and south side recreation hubs. Willie O'Ree Place is well established with a twin pad arena, fitness centre, four beach volleyball courts and a celebration of sport hall. The Grant • Harvey Centre construction is underway and this site will house a twin pad arena, a six court indoor tennis facility, a two acre dog park and an artificial turf athletic sport field. These two locations will serve all demographics of the community very well for many years. Recreation staff is working hard at developing new programs targeting children and youth. They are working with partners and with the community to develop and communicate policies and processes that support access to recreation at low or no-cost to all residents. This is in keeping with our “in motion” health and wellness initiatives and very important to our department. I encourage everyone to take advantage of the many programs and activities offered in this year’s guide. One of our goals is to grow the awareness of the power and benefits of recreation. To this end I want to wish you a fun filled, safe and healthy winter. Wayne W. Tallon Director Community Services Department The City of Fredericton’s recreation program guide is published twice yearly. Contact us to include your group within our contact listing. Please note, all information contained within this guide has been verified to be correct at the time of publication, please call ahead to confirm specific times and locations. This guide is also available on-line at: www.fredericton.ca

For Further Information: Visit us Monday to Friday (8:30 am to 4:30 pm) at 335 Queen Street Call 460-2230, Fax 460-2243 Email: recreation@fredericton.ca Website: www.fredericton.ca

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Fredericton Indoor Pool Fall and Winter Public Swim Schedule Aug 28, 2010 – Jun 26, 2011 *Recreational Swim is 2:00-3:30pm (M) /4:30pm (T-F) on public holidays and during District 18 school closures. During Recreational swims, children 6 years old and under must be accompanied by an adult in the water During Family swim all children under 19 yrs of age must be accompanied by an adult in the water Recreational Sunday

6:30pm8:00pm

Family Swim Parents& Tots 2:00pm4:00pm

Lap Swim

Aquacise Instruction

8:00pm-9:00pm

Monday

12:45pm1:45pm

Tuesday

*3:00pm4:30pm

7:00pm8:15pm

12:15pm1:30pm

Wednesday

*2:00pm4:30pm

Thursday

*3:00pm4:30pm

7:00pm8:15pm

12:15pm1:30pm

Friday

*3:00pm4:30pm

6:30pm8:00pm

11:55am1:15pm

Saturday

2:00pm4:00pm

6:30pm8:00pm

11:55am1:15pm

12:45pm1:45pm adult 8:35pm-9:30 pm 6:30am-8:30am 12:15pm1:30pm adult 9:05pm-9:45pm 11:55am1:15pm adult 8:35pm-9:30pm 6:30am-8:30am 12:15pm1:30 adult 9:05pm-9:45 pm 11:55am1:15pm adult 4:45pm-5:45pm

7:45pm8:30pm 8:20pm9:05pm 7:45pm8:30pm 8:20pm9:05pm

Fredericton Indoor Pool Admission and Annual Passes All admissions and Annual Passes include HST in the price. Please note prices are subject to change without notice. Children (6 & under) - FREE OF CHARGE Senior (60+) & Youth (7-18yrs) Single Visit Pass for 10 Visits ($1.78/visit) Pass for 30 Visits ($1.59/visit) Annual Pass Adult (19 yrs & over) Single Visit Pass for 10 Visits ($2.68/visit) Pass for 30 Visits ($2.38/visit) Annual Pass

Public Swims

Aquacise

$ 2.00 $ 17.63

$ 2.15 $ 18.53

$ 47.12

$ 47.46

$103.17/yr

$103.17/yr

Public Swims

Aquacise

$ 3.00 $ 26.56

$ 3.25 $ 29.04

$ 70.85

$ 79.33

$176.87/yr

$176.87/yr

Family Single Visit Pass for 10 Visits ($6.25/visit) Pass for 30 Visits ($5.55/visit) Annual Pass

$ 7.00 $ 61.92 $165.09 $393.05/yr

* Direct supervision must be provided for children 6 years and under (1 guardian in the water for 3 children). ** Family swims are available to adult guardians & their children (under 19 years) & groups of 1 adult with a maximum of 4 children. Adults must be in the water with children/students during the swim.

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THERE’S SOMETHING TO LEARN FOR EVERYONE AT THE FREDERICTON INDOOR POOL! COURSE

Prerequisites

Childrens Swim For Life School-age/Pre-K

COSTbooks incl. $40.00

Adult Instruction 15-100yrs Canadian Swim Patrol 8-12yrs Bronze Star 11-13yrs

$40.00+tx $60.00 $60.00

Bronze Medallion

13yrs or Br. Star

$101.00

Bronze Cross

14yrs or Br. Med

$75.00

National Lifeguard/ 16yrs/Bronze Cross First Aid Swim For Life/Lifesaving 16yrs/Bronze Cross Instructor Junior Lifeguard Club 8-15yr old swimmers

$176.00 $218.00 $75.00

SESSION(S) 8 week sessions begin Sept, Oct, Jan, Mar, and May Mon. nights, 8 weeks as above 10 hr courses, begin as above 10 hr courses beginning in Sept, Jan and May 22 hr courses begining in Sept, Jan and Mar 22 hr courses beginning in Oct and Jan 44 hr courses beginning Sept and Mar 44 hr courses beginning in Sept and Jan 14 weeks Fridays, 5:30pm6:30pm, Sept and Jan starts

Prices to change in January 2011 Course registration information and class codes available online at www.fredericton.ca Recreation ➞ Facilities ➞ Fredericton Indoor Pool ➞ Class Schedule OR call 460-2273 for schedule information

Online Registration

Website

Most recreation programs are accepting registration continuously. We would encourage you to check the City of Fredericton web site frequently for updates. With online registration you have the capabilities to see program information. By clicking on the “programs currently available for registration” box you can see and register for programs that are accepting registrations. If the course is full you can add your name to a waiting list.

All current up-to-date program information and news is available on-line at the City of Fredericton website at www.fredericton.ca. All program initiatives, facility locations, facility rentals, course registration and general recreation news is available on the web, and information is updated on a continual basis. The City of Fredericton web page is your one stop recreation service page for recreation needs within the City of Fredericton.

in motion

Facebook and Twitter

In motion is an evidence-based health promotion strategy which uses physical activity and healthy eating as a means to improving the health of New Brunswick communities. In motion has four key components, including: building partnerships; increasing community awareness, developing strategies for target areas; and measuring success.

You can now follow the City of Fredericton on Facebook (www.facebook.com/cityoffredericton) and Twitter (www.twitter.com/fredecity). Followers of the City of Fredericton will receive up to the minute information on all recreation programs, facilities and news.

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The three target areas that the Greater Fredericton Region in motion Strategy focuses on are Children & Youth, Workplace Wellness, and Take HEART. Please call 4602230 or e-mail inmotion@fredericton.ca or visit us online www.inmotionfredericton.ca for more information.

Cross Country Ski Lessons for Seniors Cross country ski lessons are offered beginning in January or February (depending on snow conditions). Lessons are held at Odell Park Lodge and take place on the park’s trails. The group visits other cross-country ski trails as well. Absolute beginners or people who want to refresh their skills are welcome to participate. The fee is $20.00. Register at the Community Services Department, 335 Queen St. Call 460-2230 in early January for start date.

City of Fredericton Outdoor Ice Rinks Locations: • Killarney Lake • Odell Park • Officers Square • Queen Square Park • Islandview Park (Silverwood) • Garden Creek School • Downing Street Park (Royals Field) • Henry Park The quality of Outdoor Skate Rinks are extremely dependant on the weather. For a daily information update on their condition, please phone the COMMUNITY SERVICES HOTLINE at 460-2881. Certain Rules apply which are specific to each location. Please take the time to read the signage provided to ensure a safe, friendly and enjoyable time while skating.

City of Fredericton Christmas Tree Recycling Christmas Trees are collected at sites, chipped and recycled for compost. The annual Christmas Tree Recycling Program runs from December 26, 2010 until January 14, 2011 and is one of the many ways that we can reduce waste, reuse and recycle. There are eight designated areas for Christmas Tree Recycling (signed disposal areas): 1. Royal Road Park Park parking lot adjacent to the Royal Road Fire Station 2. Fulton Heights School parking lot off main entrance to Nashwaaksis Middle School 3. Malloy Park Park parking lot at McEvoy and Noble Streets (off MacLaren) 4. Marysville Heritage Centre Facility parking lot off McGloin Street 5. Kimble Drive Vacant lot opposite the Fredericton Community Garden at 150 Kimble Drive 6. Odell Park Park parking lot in corner of the lot off Waggoners Lane 7. Queens Square Park Park parking lot adjacent to pool building off Aberdeen 8. Angelview Park Park parking lot off Woodstock Road For safety of staff and equipment please DO NOT leave wreaths, artificial trees or any other materials that are not natural Christmas Trees. This includes the removal of all stands, tinsel, ornaments, screws, plastic, strings, nails and wires as these objects are not recyclable.

City of Fredericton - Cross Country Skiing & Walking Trails Odell Park Main trails are groomed Skate ski loop Wilmot Park Perimeter of the park groomed Killarney Lake perimeter of lake groomed Ski conditions are extremely dependant on the weather. For a daily information update on the section of groomed trails and their condition, please phone the COMMUNITY SERVICES HOTLINE at 460-2881. The areas indicated above are groomed for use by cross country skiers, walkers and snow shoers. The remainder of the trail system is NOT maintained during the winter months. If staff, weather conditions and equipment are available, other sections of the trail system may be groomed for use. Please remember when the ski track is cut in the snow, walkers, pets and snowshoers should make every effort not to step on these tracks. Your cooperation is appreciated.

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CITY OF FREDERICTON PUBLIC SKATING SCHEDULE 2010-2011 LADY BEAVERBROOK ARENA Monday

10:30am – 11:30am 12 noon – 1:00pm

Preschool skate Adult skate

Wednesday

12 noon – 1:00pm 1:30pm – 2:30pm

Adult Skate Free Skate

Thursday

10:30 – 11:30am 8:30pm – 9:30pm

Preschool Skate Adult Skate Adults $3

Friday

12 noon – 1:00pm

Adult Skate

Monday

3:00pm – 4:00pm

Free Skate

Tuesday

12 noon – 1:00pm 1:30pm – 2:30pm

Adult Skate Preschool Skate

Wednesday

1:30pm – 2:30pm

Free Skate

Thursday

12 noon – 1:00pm 1:30pm – 2:30pm

Adult Skate Preschool Skate

Friday

3:00pm – 4:00pm

Free Skate

Saturday

2:00pm – 3:00pm

Public Skating Adults $2 Children $1

YORK ARENA

Willie O’Ree Place Sheet 1 Monday

12 noon – 1:00pm

Adult Skate

Tuesday

10:45am – 11:45am

Preschool Skate

Wednesday

12 noon – 1:00pm 1:30pm – 2:30pm

Adult Skate Free Skate

Friday

10:45am – 11:45am 12pm - 1:00pm

Preschool Skate Adult Skate

Tuesday

2:45pm – 3:45pm

Free Skate

Thursday

3:15pm – 4:15pm

Free Skate

Sunday

3:45pm – 4:45pm

Family Skate Adults $2 Children $1

Willie O’Ree Place Sheet 2

*All skating times are free of charge unless otherwise stated * Special schedules in effect over Christmas and March Break * NOTE: Arenas closed: Dec 24 at 12 noon, Dec 25, 26, Dec 31 at 12 noon, Jan 1, 2011 * Schedule in effect October 11th 2010 until April 2nd, 2011 *Skating times may be cancelled due to special events. *For more information check the City of Fredericton web site at www.fredericton.ca

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Community School Gyms

Nashwaaksis Field House Hours of Operation Sept 7, 2010 – May 31, 2011 Monday – Thursday 7pm-10:30pm Friday 7pm-9pm (weight room 7pm – 10pm) Sat and Sun 1pm – 9pm (weight room 1pm - 9pm) Holidays 1-9pm (weight room 1pm - 9pm) Hours of operation are subject to change, please call 453-5406 to confirm.

The City of Fredericton, with agreements with 11 schools in District 18 and the Nashwaaksis Field House, offers gym rentals to local groups and individuals of all ages. Youth groups, senior groups, competitive men’s and women’s leagues and the general public participate in activities ranging from basketball, volleyball, badminton, and indoor soccer to square dancing, martial arts and ultimate frisbee. The YMCA conducts many of its programs in Community School Gyms. The YMCA runs basketball, indoor soccer, and gymnastics programs. The general public can also rent out the gyms for birthday parties or just for an hour or two of recreation with family or friends for $19.21/hour. In the past, the Community School gyms have been used to host Provincial, Atlantic and even National Championships.

Interested in Applying for Gym Time? Gym time and Field House application forms can be picked up between the hours of 8:30am and 4:30pm at the Community Services Department office located at 335 Queen Street or by filling out the form on line at our web site at www.fredericton.ca

Community School Gym Locations

Community Services Hotline: 460-2881

Currently, the City of Fredericton Recreation Division has access to the following schools: FHS, Leo Hayes, Garden Creek, Liverpool Street, Barkers Point, Marysville (Alexander Gibson Memorial), Devon Middle, Park Street, Priestman Street, Royal Road and Bliss Carmen Middle School.

Wondering if the gym time you booked is cancelled due to poor weather conditions? Call the Community Services Hotline to obtain up to date information.

Gym Time CancellationsInclement Weather Please note, if schools are closed due to inclement weather or holidays, evening gym time bookings will also be cancelled. Hours of operation are subject to change due to special events.

The Nashwaaksis Field House (453-5406) The Nashwaaksis Field House also offers the citizens of Fredericton of all ages a community centre with daily and yearly passes at very affordable prices. The Field House has 3 courts, an indoor track, weight room, mezzanine and a meeting room available for community use. Annual Pass for Adults: $50 (with weight room); $25 (without weight room). Annual Pass for youths: $10 (16 yrs and under). Drop in Fees: $3 Adults and $2 Youths; Court Rentals $20/hr for members only. The Field House offers free rental of equipment for badminton, volleyball, indoor soccer, basketball, and table tennis.

Cityview Dog Park Give your dog the chance to meet new friends and get some exercise this winter. The Cityview Dog Park is located on Cityview Avenue, off Main Street on Fredericton’s beautiful Northside. This ¾ of an acre lot, offleash facility is completely fenced in and is accessible by car or via the walking trail. Separate areas are available for both large and small dogs to ensure fun for all sizes. Benches, garbage cans, and a sun shelter (sponsored by the Main Street Veterinary Hospital), as well as evening lighting are all features that will make your visit not only fun for your dog but also

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convenient for you! Users are reminded to read all posted signs and to “pick up” after their dogs in order to maintain a clean area of fun. Also for safety reasons, no children under the age of 12 years are permitted inside the fenced area. For more information, please contact the Recreation Division at 460-2230.

Jump Start Program The City of Fredericton Recreation Division is one of several local partners who, with the local Canadian Tire Stores, form the basis of the Fredericton Chapter of the Jump Start Program. Jump Start is a funding assistance program for children and youth. The goal of the program is to help offset costs involved with sport and recreation program registration fees and equipment costs. This is a national initiative of Canadian Tire. If you or anyone you know requires financial assistance with sport costs, please call 460-2230 for information on applying for assistance.

Developmental Assets Workshops

Youth Blast at the Nashwaaksis Field House and Fredericton Indoor Pool

The asset approach is a framework that includes everyone and focuses upon assets that are grouped into eight categories: support, empowerment, boundaries and expectations, constructive use of time, commitment to learning, positive values, social competencies, and positive identity. Research by the Search Institute has identified 40 concrete, positive experiences and qualities — "developmental assets" — that have a tremendous influence on young people's lives. They are things that people from all walks of life can help to nurture. Many factors influence why some young people have successes in life and why others have a harder time. Research shows that the 40 developmental assets help young people make wise decisions, choose positive paths, and grow up competent, caring, and responsible. Workshops can be customized to fit your organization’s needs and will introduce the assets framework, show their power and presence in young people's lives, and give concrete suggestions for what you can do to build assets. If your group would like more information or attend a workshop on the Developmental Assets please call the Community Services Department at 460-2230

January 15th – April 9th 8:00pm-10:15pm (Youth Blast March 12th cancelled) Fee $4.00 per night All Youth are invited to participate in a variety of drop in activities, cooperative games, sports, giveaways and other fun stuff in the gym and pool. Come join your friends or make new friends for an evening of good times, adventure, music and activity. Come out and join us Saturday nights from 8:00pm10:15pm at the Nashwaaksis Field House (8pm-9:15) and Fredericton Indoor Pool. (9:15-10:15)

Odell Lodge Located in Odell Park off Rookwood Avenue, this facility features a large meeting room with a fireplace, a wheelchair accessible washroom and a kitchen upstairs, with a smaller room and washrooms downstairs. The lodge is available for an hourly rental fee to groups or individuals wishing to hold meetings, lectures and social gatherings. Please note, Odell Lodge is an alcohol and smoke free facility. The current rental rate is $15.00 per hour (plus HST). To view facility availability and to apply online for rental go to www.fredericton.ca under the Recreation and Leisure tab. Payments in full must be made at time of booking. For more information contact Community Services Department at 460-2230.

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Killarney Lake Rotary Centennial Lodge

Silver Dolphins Swim Club The Silver Dolphins Swim Club offers swimming & aquacise 3 times/week at the Sir Max Aitken Pool, UNB Campus. Membership is open to people age 50 and older. Swims take place Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm for leisure, lap swimming and aquasize. For membership information, contact the membership coordinator at 4501590.

The lodge is located in beautiful Killarney Lake Park, 1600 St. Mary's Street - just 5 Kilometers away from the city center. This facility features two meeting rooms on the main floor with a third, larger room, on the top floor of the lodge. Each room features either a kitchen or kitchenette and all are available for an hourly rental fee to groups or individuals who would like to host meetings, social gatherings or recreational opportunities. For detailed information on rental fees and facility availability, go to www.fredericton.ca under the Recreation and Leisure Tab or contact the Community Services Department at 460-2230.

Seniors Art Classes Watercolour, Acrylic, and Oil Painting classes are given in a 10-week session from September to December and February to April. Classes take place Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday from 1:00pm-3:00pm at the Fredericton Senior Centre, 112 Johnston Ave. Betty Nicholson Teaches Oil on Tuesday and Watercolour and Acrylic on Thursday. Geneva Murphy teaches Watercolour on Wednesday. Participants must supply their own materials. The cost to register is $100 per 10-week session. Call 460-2230 to register and confirm a start date.

Stepping Stone Senior Centre Located at 15 Saunders St. The Mission of the Stepping Stone Senior Centre is to provide friendly, affordable, accessible activities and services that enhance the quality of life for those 50+. All of the programs are developed in response to member interest. Stepping Stone Senior Centre offers a wide variety of activities like fitness, skill development, information, discussion groups, and social activities at the Senior Centre. Visit the web page online at www.steppingstoneseniorcentre.com for a complete list of activities and view the monthly calendar of events. The centre is open Monday to Friday from 9:00-4:00. For more information on programs call 450-7849 and speak with the coordinator or a friendly volunteer.

Fredericton Public Library 12 Carleton Street Tel: (506) 460-2800 Web: www.gnb.ca/publiclibraries Located in the heart of downtown, the Capital’s main public library offers free internet access and selected subscription databases, friendly and knowledgeable reference service, access to the provincial public library collection of over 1.9 million books, magazines, newspapers, documents and audiovisual materials (more than 150,000 items at this library), a reading area overlooking the St. John River, a welcoming children's department, rotating art exhibits and ongoing programs for children, teens and adults. Mon/Tue/Thu/Sat 10 am - 5 pm Wed/Fri 10 am - 9 pm

Fredericton Senior Centre Located at 112 Johnston Avenue. This facility features a large meeting room seating 80-100 people for meetings, classes, parties, and other activities. Smaller meeting rooms seating 15-20 and 4-6 are also available. In addition a fully equipped kitchen is located on site. Rental rates range from $8.00 to $17.10 per hour depending on the nature of the event. All users must fill out an application form in order to rent the facility. This facility is used for seniors’ events only. Regular users must fill out an application form on a yearly basis. Forms are available at the Community Services Department at 335 Queen St.

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Nashwaaksis Public-School Library

Fredericton Area Sport, Recreation and Leisure Contact Listing

324 Fulton Avenue Tel: (506) 453-3241 Web: www.gnb.ca/publiclibraries Located in the Nashwaaksis Middle School, Fredericton’s North Side branch library offers free internet access and selected subscription databases, friendly and knowledgeable reference service, access to the provincial public library collection of over 1.9 million books, magazines, newspapers, documents and audiovisual materials (more than 37,000 items at this library) and ongoing programs for children, teens and adults. Mon/Wed/Fri/Sat 10 am - 5 pm Tue/Thu 10 am - 9 pm

Aquatics Fredericton Indoor Pool 460-2273 Fredericton Aquanaut Swim frederictonaquanauts@gmail.com Marta Belsh, 206-2718 Maritime Surf N Scuba S.C.U.B.A. Patrick Watt, 472-8221 www.surfnscuba.ca Swimming NB Pat Ketterling, 451-1323 Fredericton Diving Club Terri Breen,476-2922 Fredericton Synchro Alexa Washburn, 472-2922 UNB Campus Recreation 453-4579 YMCA Lisa Liston, 462-3020

Special Events Are you or your group planning on holding a special community event? Did you know that the City of Fredericton provides support and resources to a number of festivals, fundraisers, parades, food and toy drives, charity events and many other happenings held within the city each year? To find out more, the Guidelines for Special Event Application and the Special Event Application Form are available on the City of Fredericton website at www.fredericton.ca (under Community & Culture/Events/Special Event Forms). There are also specific application forms to be completed to secure the use of the Historic Garrison District, Officer’s Square (corner of Queen and Regent Street) and/or Barrack’s Square (corner of Queen and Carleton Street). There is also a form for approval to hang a street banner across Queen Street. All of these forms can be found on the City of Fredericton website at www.fredericton.ca (under Community & Culture/Events/Special Event Forms). For further information you may also contact the Special Events Co-ordinator at 460-2000.

Animals Fredericton SPCA, 459-1555 The Kindness Club Shelley Dow, 459-3379 River Valley Obedience & Field Trial Club Voice Mail: 444-8874 Archery Atlantic Archery & Paintball Center Charles Nickerson, 452-2800 Art Art Programs for Children Beaverbrook Art Gallery Adda Mihaileseu, 458-2032 Fredericton Decorative Painters Trisha Robinson, 328-6878 Fredericton Society of Artists Don Gould, 457-2312 Clay Café, 474-8003 ATV Fredericton ATV Club Bob Randall , 458-9507 Baseball Fredericton Minor Baseball (Boys & Girls) Dan Ames, 459-8102 Basketball Fredericton Masters Basketball League (35+) Brian Rosborough, 459-4541 Fredericton Intermediate Basketball League (18+) Ken Anderson, 470-9136

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Dance Artemis Dance Studio 455-7701 or 455-1321 Beckett’s Clog Dancing Wayne Beckett, 459-1494 Bicycling Wolf Pack Belly Dancing Class Skiwolf, 458-1059 Isabelle Savoie, 206-0907 Fredericton Freewheelers vom_@hotmail.com Beth McGinnis, 363-5867 Bonnie Kilburn Dancers/YMCA freewheelers@hotpop.com Bonnie Kilburn, 462-3000 Boating Capital City Rounders Fredericton Power & Sail Laurie Bishop, 458-8807 Squadron Children Ballet and Jazz Shawn Bilerman, 459-2898 Leslee Dell/Dance Fredericton Fredericton Rowing Club 457-2538 frederictonrowing@yahoo.ca Dance Fredericton Inc. Fredericton Yacht Club Leslie Dell, 457-2538 Mike Corbett, 459-4531 Elmtree Square Dance Club Small Craft Aquatic Center Ward & Carolyn O’leary (May-Oct) 460-2260 472-3502 Bucket Club Canoe Rentals Elizabeth Smith School of 462-9401 Highland Dance Elizabeth Smith, 455-7861or Body Building 442-0732 NB Physique and Figure Assoc. ibba@nb.sympatico.ca Gary Bartlett, 459-0135 Fredericton Scottish Country Bowling Dance Group Kingswood Entertainment Center Connie Moore, 455-1923 Wanda Schuttenbeld, 444-9500 Cynthia’s Dance Studio Nashwaaksis Bowl-A-Drome James or Cindy, 455-4330 472-2361 Julia’s School of Majorettes & Boxing Dance, Mrs. Julia, Fredericton Boxing Club 1-866-955-8542 Wayne Bye, 459-5566 Northern Lights Dance Club www.frederictonboxing.com Eric Hart, 455-0483 Bridge Stanford School of Irish Dance Fredericton Duplicate Bridge Club Sharon Stanford-Rutter Dr. Ghosh, 472-4115 474-1356 Broom Ball The Thomists Dance Club Kelly’s Devils Broom Ball Barry Lydon, 459-1051 Kelly Kelly, 458-8119 X-treme Dance Studio Sarah Clarke-Rowinski Camping/Historical 455-5822 Re-enactment Ramroders Black Powder Club Fencing David Cook, 357-2762 Damocles Fencing Barbara Daniels, 454-7886 Children/Parent Resources www.fredkid.com UNB Fencing Club (on-line resource) Open to anyone age 17+ www.unbfencing.ca Coaching Center for Coaching Education of Fish and Game N.B., Tyler Smith, 444-3888 Fredericton Fish and Game Assoc. Rod Currie, 458-5643 Curling Capital Winter Club Fitness Centers & Programs Anne Grant, 452-0020 Crossfit Fredericton 450-5587 Fredericton Curling Club www.crossfitfredericton.com 459-3003 Womens Recreational Basketball http://womensbasketballnb.blogs pot.com womensbasketballnb@gmail.com

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Happy Hearts (55+) UNB Campus Recreation 453-4579 Nubodys, 452-2900 Kingswood Fitness Heidi St. Pierre, 444-9501 Sports Science Conditioning www.sportscienceconditioning.com UNB Campus Recreation, 453-4579 YMCA, 462-3000 Flyball Push Play! Flyball Club Cheryl Stedman pushplay@flyballdogs.com www.flyballdogs.com/pushplay Fly-Tying Fly-Tying Course Rod Currie, 458-5643 Flying Fredericton Model Aircraft Club Rick Kirkbride, 450-7210 Football Capital Area Minor Football Assoc. Terry McIntyre, 459-8726 www.capitalareafootball.nb.ca Gardening The Fredericton Botanic Garden Assoc. Resource Center 452-9269 Fredericton Garden Club Elizabeth Rice, 472-4136 Fredericton Organic Community Garden Trudy Dalton, 452-4822 frederictonorganicgarden.ca Back Yard Composting Julie Baker, 460-2447 Golf Carman Creek Golf Course 472-7273 Fredericton Golf Club, 443-7710 Gilridge Golf Club, 453-1077 Kingswood Golf Kevin Johnston, 443-3333 Mactaquac Provincial Park Golf Course, 363-4747 Riverbend Golf Club, 452-7277 Gymnastics Kingswood Gymnastics Club Trip Lewis, 444-9502 Go Go Gymnastics Inc. Kara Hachey, 455-5496


Hiking Outdoor Enthusiasts of Fredericton Gretchen Gilbert, 455-8673

Nashwaaksis Public Library 453-3241 Fredericton Toy Library Karen Flinn, 474-1534

Hockey Brendon Oretto Hockey School David Saunders, 460-2007 Fredericton Youth Hockey Assoc. Mark MacFadzen, 452-6706 Midget “AAA” (Provincial) Kevin Pottle, 472-2164 Capital City League Mike Bungay, 460-2257 Fredericton Commercial Gentlemen’s League Jody Peterson, 440-6032 Fredericton and Area Old Timers Hockey (35+) Bob MacMullen, 472-1535 N.B.A.H.A./Women’s Hockey 453-0089 Gentlemens Hockey (over 30) Tim Cane, 459-4749 Tim.cane@fredericton.ca HNB Hockey New Brunswick Brian Whitehead, 453-0089 McKinley’s Open Ice Gary or Carol, 444-9511 McKinley@nb.sympatico.ca WIHL Women’s Independent Hockey League Gail Costello, 459-0544

Martial Arts Karate, Qi Gong, Tai Chi, Chi Yoga Maurice Lavigne, 452-9795 Fredericton Judo Club (Seniors) Fred Blaney, 454-2080 Fredericton Judo Club (Juniors) Mike Hetherington, 450-9455 Fredericton Karate Club Rick Doak, 457-1157 Fredericton Martial Arts Club/Appleby's Tae Kwon Do/WTF Style, Art Appleby, 455-3366 Joe Fournier’s Martial Arts Centre of Fredericton Kris McGrath, 471-2764 Maritime Martial Arts Academy Dave Murray, 458-5425 Judo N.B. Jean Pierre Cantin, 451-1322 Kenko Karate Club Dale Weldon, 454-5425 Soaring Eagles Martial Arts Tae Kwon Do Andre Doiron, 474-0248 T G Roy’s Tae Kwon Do Academy 455-5425 Tai Chi, Gary Kenyon, 452-0527 Wu’s Tai Chi Chu’an Academy Mary Kennedy, 450-8889 www.wustyle.com Tracy’s Martial Arts Randy Tracy, 459-5555 www.tracysma.com

Horseback Riding Callander Hall Equestrian Centre Ally Sillers, 455-4544 Horse World Keith Reynolds, 452-0040 Fredericton Therapeutic Riding Assoc., Ruth Carter, 455-0510 Silverwood Arabians Frank & Kim Taylor, 459-7284 Knitting Town and Country Machine Knitters Lynn Laagland, 458-2723 Lacrosse Capital District Minor Lacrosse Chris Diduch, 455-3669 Lawn Bowling Fredericton Lawn Bowling Club 454-6808 Libraries Fredericton Public Library 460-2800

Nature Fredericton Nature Club Graham Forbes, 455-5923 www.fnc.gbnature.com Fredericton Heritage Trust www.heritagefredericton.org Nature NB Vanessa Roy-McDougall 459-4209 Needlework Embroiderer’s Assoc. of Canada Joanne Barfitt, 357-9765 Fredericton Quilters Guild Sue Robertson, 454-3027 Friends That Count (Cross stitch) Karoline Barr, 455-7583 Heritage Rug Hooking Guild Madeline Scott, 363-5559 Country Crafts & Curtains Quilting Classes, Diane Bunker, 454-2572 Orienteering Fredericton Foxes Orienteering Club, Gary Daneff, 457-2217 Paintball Capital City Paintball Charles Nickerson, 452-2800 Photography Photo Fredericton Inc. www.photofredericton.ca

Pilates Aligning Arts Pilates Lindsey Laidlaw-Sweeney 450-2941 Dance Fredericton Inc. Leslee Dell, 457-2538 Pilates by Garda Julie Peterson, 454-8381 Precision Pilates Music Cara Bérubé, 471-7580 Fredericton Concert and Restorative Pilates & Yoga Studio Marching Band Steve McKay, 459-4325 Bernadet Samulski, 455-2346 UNB Campus Recreation Music For Young Children 453-4579 Geraldine Mitchell, 472-4144 Kingswood Fitness Fredericton Jr. Pipe Band Denise McCoy, 444-9500 Sandy Gordon, 457-0030 Fredericton Society of St. Andrews UNB Campus Recreation 453-4579 Pipe Band, Chris Gallant, 357-6007 Public Speaking UNB Conservatory of Music Fredericton Toastmasters Club Richard Hornsby, 453-4697 Carl Duivenvoorden, 363-8117 Fredericton Bagpiping and Power Talker International Drumming School Shelley Petley, 453-8643 Sandy Gordon, 457-0030

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Ringette Fredericton Youth Ringette Melanie Moore, 459-7777

Skeet & Trap Shooting Fredericton Trap & Skeet Club Laurence Gilbey, 458-2707

Rowing Fredericton Rowing Club Jen Fitz, 454-9546

Skiing Crabbe Mountain Ltd., 463-8311 Capital Region Assoc. for Disabled Skiing, Karen Kilpatrick, 472-1238 Wostawea X-Country Ski Club Eric Luiker, 455-5553

Rugby Fredericton Loyalist Rugby Club Keith McAlpine, 450-4035 Running/Walking Capital City Road Runners www.ccrr.ca Fredericton Legion Track and Field Club, Yvan Pelletier, 459-3179 yvanrun@nb.sympatico.ca River Valley Trailblazers (Volkssport Club) Vikki, 451-0183 Regent Mall Walking Club Guest Services, 462-0350 Sailing Fredericton Youth Sailing School 460-2260 Science Science East Margaret Forster, 457-2340 Science Fiction Fredericton Science Fiction Society Lynn Stapleton, 476-1566 Scouting Peter Kent, 453-0919 Search and Rescue York Sunbury Search and Rescue Stephen Moore, 461-5832 Sewing Sewing Classes Lynne Mersereau, 459-7324 Singing Elm City Echoes Dorothy Webster, 457-9795 Skating/Figure Skating Can Skate capitalskating@gmail.com www.capitalskatingclub.ca Capital City Skating Club capitalskating@gmail.com www.capitalskatingclub.ca Speed Skating Fredericton Amateur Speed Skating Club fassciweb@gmail.com

Sleigh Rides Hoods Sleigh Rides, 367-2531 Oakland Farm & Lodge, 459-5422 Snowmobiling NB Federation of Snowmobile Clubs, Ross Antworth, 325-2625

Gilbert & Sullivan Society Susan Wright, 455-8839 Theatre Fredericton Susan Wright, 455-8839 Trails Fredericton Trails Coalition Doreen Armstrong, 455-3693 Trail Building, 460-2023 Triathalon Onne De Boer, 447-1880 Ultimate Frisbee www.frederictonultimate.com Volleyball Reds Volleyball Club Ross Mathers, 357-1240 Charlie’s Beach Club, 455-6014 Volleyball NB, Eric Moffat, 451-1346

Soccer Fredericton District Soccer Assoc. (Indoor/Outdoor) 451-1342 Fredericton Old Boys Soccer Club Wheelchair Sports Elm City Wheelchair Sports webmaster@oldboys.ca Shane Dunnet, 458-4898 Rick Patterson, 450-4978 Chris Alders, 454-5458 Social Groups Yoga Mature Professional Network Life Balance Yoga (MPN) Lona Parker, 455-1814 Hubert Pickard, 457-9093 Pam MacPherson, 446-3202 Lifesong Yoga & Wellness Clinic Kathryn Downton, 455-2444 Softball Men’s Over 30 Slo-Pitch League UNB Campus Recreation, 453-4579 Bob MacMullen, 472-1535 Kingswood Fitness Fredericton Boys Fastball Denise McCoy, 444-9500 Scott Willis, 450-5458 Youth Groups Awanas, Ruth Claybourn, 4589377 Fredericton Boys and Girls Club Special Olympics 452-8737 Joseph Trevors, 459-3999 Royal Canadian Army Cadets Stamp Collecting Chief Clerk, 422-1402 Fredericton District Stamp Club Fredericton District Scout Office Dale Simpson, 452-8561 472-2211 Venturers, Jim Harvey, 450-9655 Tai Chi * See Martial Arts C.I.S.V. Children’s International Tennis Capital Region Tennis Association Summer Villages Judy Coates, 454-5631 CapitalTennis@gmail.com Partners for Youth, 462-0323 City of Fredericton Recreation Division, 460-2230 Junior Calithumpians Peter Pacey, 457-1975 Tennis NB, Mark Thibault, 444-0885 YMCA, 462-3000 Theatre Groups Please Note: This listing is subject Calithumpians, Fredericton to change. To submit new contact Outdoor Summer Theatre information or to have your Peter Pacey, 457-1975 group or organization included within the contact listing, please call us at 460-2230. Fredericton Minor Softball (Girls) Andy MacTavish, 450-6006 www.fgsanb.ca

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2010-2011 Winter Recreation Program Guide  

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