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Program & Community Resource Guide Fall 2012


Table of Contents

Macdonald Public Recreation Commission ROLE OF THE COMMISSION • • • • • •

81 Alboro Street Headingley, MB R4J 1A3 Phone: 885.2444 Fax: 889.2211 1.877.312.0315 Email: info@mhrd.ca Recreation Director - Susanne Moore Program Director - Karen Lough Administrative Coordinator - Brenda Shirtliff

Advertise With US!

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Macdonald Healthy Child

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Macdonald Sports Contacts

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4-H, Guides, Scouts Macdonald Services to Seniors

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Brunkild

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Domain

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La Salle

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Oak Bluff

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Sanford

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Starbuck

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Headingley Senior Services

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Headingley Computer Learning Centre

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Headingley Healthy Child

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Headingley

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Recreation Program Support - Supporting community organizations to initiate new recreation programs that are accessible to the municipality. Recreation Leadership Development - Supporting the development of skills of persons in a recreation leadership role (e.g. coaches, board development, volunteers, fitness leaders, etc). Library Membership Assistance - Providing assistance to individuals and families to purchase memberships to libraries up to $50 per family. To qualify application must be made to the Municipal Office by December 31, 2012 for the refund of the 2012 membership fees. For additional information in regards to this program, please call the Municipal Office at 736-2255.

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The R.M. of Macdonald and the Macdonald Public Recreation Commission wish to congratulate the 2012 winners of the Macdonald Volunteer Service Awards. These awards are given in recognition of the outstanding achievements of our community volunteers and the contributions they make to their community and the municipality.

FUNDING PROGRAMS

Table of Contents Macdonald Public Recreation Commission

To promote a coordinated, municipal-wide approach to the provision of recreation opportunities. Support community, municipal recreation organizations in the delivery of programs and services. Support community recreation associations in development and maintenance of community recreation facilities. To develop and sustain effective leadership and volunteers which support recreation, physical activity, sport and healthy active lifestyles. Liaison to Municipal Council on recreation related matters. Continually evaluate programs, services and approaches to ensure they are meeting the needs of the municipality.

Macdonald Volunteer Service Awards

The Macdonald-Headingley Recreation Guide is produced three times per year - Fall, Winter and Spring/Summer. It provides various advertising and promotional opportunities for not-for-profit groups and commercial businesses. Copies of the Community Resource Guide are distributed throughout the Macdonald-Headingley area reaching over 4,000 households. If you would like to advertise or submit information on recreation and community-related events please contact 885.2444 or email info@mhrd.ca.

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Youth Initiatives - Encouraging communities to develop recreation opportunities for Youth. Recreation Facilities - Supporting the development and maintenance of recreation facilities.

Complete program guidelines are available from the Macdonald-Headingley Recreation office at 885-2444.

Pictured left to right: Brad Erb, Chairman, Macdonald Public Recreation Commission Ray Kasur (Sanford) - Individual Award Gary Romijn (La Salle) - Individual Award Regina Parker (La Salle) - Individual Award Wendy Kukelko (Oak Bluff) - Individual Award Shirley Cole (Domain) - Award of Merit Front: Michelle Grabowski (Brunkild) - Individual Award Missing from photo: Janis McMorran (Starbuck) - Award of Merit

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Registration

Registration

3 Ways To Register By Phone Call 885.2444 or 1.877.312.0315

Student Rate Students (aged 12 – 17) participating in any healthy living class will pay 50% of the registration fee.

In Person

Online

Macdonald-Headingley Recreation Office 81 Alboro Street Headingley, MB Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

General Information • All programs and schedules are subject to change in dates, location and instructors. • Pre-registration is required for all programs. • Participants registering in a fitness program are also required to complete a PAR Q. • It is the participant’s responsibility to inform MHRD staff and program instructor of any medical problems that may be a limiting factor to participation in a program. Method of Payment Payment may be made at the time of the first class. Post dated cheques are accepted. Cheques are made payable to the “Macdonald-Headingley Recreation District”. Any NSF cheques will be charged a $25.00 administration fee. Receipts Receipts will be issued upon request or for programs that qualify for the Child Fitness Tax Credit or the Children’s Arts Tax Credit. Please look for the ◊ symbol for programs eligible for the Child Fitness Tax Credit. Please look for the R symbol for programs eligible for the Children’s Arts Tax Credit. Fee Assistance Recreation is for everyone – lack of financial resources should not stop you from participating in a recreation program or being active. MHRD can help you and your family. For more information please contact the MHRD office to discuss options.

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Program Cancellations: All classes are subject to cancellation if there are insufficient registrations. We will notify you as soon as a decision has been made.

How To Register Online →→ www.mhrd.ca →→ Click on Programs →→ Click on Programs by Category or Community or use the search box →→ Click on the Community or Category →→ Select your program →→ Click Register for this Program →→ Fill in the form, and click Add Registration →→ Our office will contact you to confirm your registration.

Non Resident Registrations All fees within this guide are listed at a resident fee rate. Residents are people residing within the corporate limits of the MacdonaldHeadingley Recreation District (R.M. of Macdonald and R.M. of Headingley). Non residents will be required to pay an additional 20% per program registration fee. Exceptions will be given to individuals and families residing within the designated “Starbuck Recreation Area” as defined through joint agreement by the R.M. of Macdonald and the R.M. of Cartier. Individuals who own land or a business within the District will be exempt from the “out of district” fee. Registration Refunds The Macdonald-Headingley Recreation District is totally committed to satisfying you with our classes, programs and events. We offer a satisfaction guarantee policy for programs. In the event that a customer is not satisfied, you will be asked to share the reason for your refund request. The MHRD reserves the right to limit use of this policy by an individual on a case-by-case basis after thorough review of circumstances and/or history. This refund policy does not include refunds to customers who choose the “Buy What You Need” option. Refunds will be provided as follows: • Refunds may be requested by telephone, correspondence or email. • Refund cheques will be issued within 30 days of the request. • Refunds will not be issued for amounts less than $10.00. • Full refunds will be issued for any multi-class program lasting 10 weeks or less, upon notification Are you curious by the participant or parent/guardian after completion of the first class and prior to the start of the second class. Full refunds will also be issued for any class that is cancelled by the MHRD. whether or not a program is for you? Give it • Partial refunds will be issued for any multi-class program lasting more than 10 weeks, upon notification by the participant or parent/guardian after completion of the third class and prior to the start of a try... the first class is the fourth class. on us! Call for more • Withdrawals for medical reasons are permitted with no penalty. A refund will be pro-rated from the information. time you notify us of your situation. MHRD reserves the right to request a doctor’s note to verify the medical circumstance.

Free Trial Class!

“Buy What You Need” Look for the ß symbol for programs that qualify for this flexible pricing option. Customers can identify the number of classes they wish to purchase in a multi class program. The fee will be pro-rated for the number of classes requested.

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Give us your best smile! We like to show everyone how much fun our events and programs are, so often take pictures to capture the moment. Pictures are used for our Community Resource Guide, the Macdonald-Headingley Recreation website, as well as brochures and other promotional materials. If you object to having your child’s picture taken, please let the photographer know or call our office at 885-2444.

Rescheduled Programs/Inclement Weather Every attempt will be made to reschedule classes that are cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances such as weather, facility or instructor conflict. In the event that the rescheduled class does not suit the program participant, a refund will be provided for the class/ classes missed. When schools are closed due to inclement weather, any MHRD programs taking place within those schools will be cancelled. If you are unsure whether your program has been cancelled, please contact the MHRD office.

Student Rates If you are a student between 12-17, you are eligible to participate in any of our Active Living programs at a reduced rate of 50%.

Withdrawals If the course has not yet started and you wish to withdraw from the program you have registered for, please let us know in advance of the program deadline. Program Transfers Participants may transfer programs, provided there is available space. Late Registrations & Waiting Lists Late registrations may be accepted on a program by program basis. In the event that a program is full, you may be placed on a waiting list and contacted if space becomes available.

Commitment to Inclusion People with disabilities are encouraged to participate in any of our recreation programs, at a level suitable to their ability, program choice and facility access. Please disclose your disability at the time of registration in order for us to work together to meet your needs.

The Macdonald-Headingley Recreation District has made every effort to ensure that the information printed is accurate, and therefore assumes no responsibilities for errors, changes or omissions. To ensure the sustainability of our programs and activities, we are unable to honour incorrect pricing.

Buy What You Need Does your schedule vary? Are you interested in participating in a program but can’t commit to all of the classes? Why not check out our new flexible pricing option? Look for the ß symbol for programs that qualify or call the office for more details.

Macdonald-Headingley Recreation District is looking for individuals to share their knowledge or special talents. If you are proficient in a talent or skill give us a call. Prior teaching experience is preferred but not required. The class offerings, room requirements and age groups are negotiated with each instructor. You propose the class you wish to teach and we provide the necessary support. Classes may be a one time workshop or a series; they can also be offered in more than one community. Macdonald-Headingley Recreation District |  885.2444 or 1.877.312.0315 |

• Sport • Arts • Music • Crafts • Mechanics • Environment

• Carpentry • Travel • Fitness • Health • Cooking

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Macdonald Healthy Child

Macdonald Healthy Child Wiggle, Giggle & Munch (1 - 4 Years) Instructor - Leah McAulay

A time for parents and children to have fun together with active play and a healthy snack. Songs, rhymes, making music, story time, crafts, life skills and messy play are all part of the fun. Gross motor activities and age appropriate games are included in every session. Parent(s) must participate in the program. Oak Bluff - Recreation Centre 8 Thursdays, October 4th - November 22nd 10:00 am - 11:30 am Register by Thursday, September 27th

Shake, Rattle & Roll (2 - 5 Years)

La Salle Stay ’n Play (0 - 5 Years) At La Salle Community Fellowship Wednesdays, 9:30 am - 11:00 am September to May

A few important safety tips to remember to prevent a fire from occurring in your home include: • Safe Cooking Watch what you heat - Don’t leave your cooking unattended. Always stay in the kitchen when you’re cooking.

Facilitator: Leah McAulay, 736-2190

Know anyone between the ages of 0 – 5 that has some energy to burn? Stay n’ Play is a drop-in playgroup that provides a wide variety of toys and games for children to explore with plenty of space for energetic playtime. It’s a fun environment for children to develop physical, social and emotional skills, while offering parents/caregivers with an opportunity to connect and network with one another.

• Heating Safety Have your heating system inspected annually by a qualified technician.

Instructor - Shauna Hewitt

Macdonald Healthy Child is a network of volunteers from the R.M. of Macdonald dedicated to supporting community based programs and activities for children, youth and their families. Areas of focus include: • • • •

Parenting Nutrition & Physical Health Literacy Community Capacity Building

Chairperson - Shauna Hewitt

La Salle - School (To be confirmed) 6 Tuesdays, October 30th - December 4th 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Register by: Wednesday, October 24th

Sanford 736-3465

Members Shauna Arbuckle

La Salle

736-2274

Angie Cormier

La Salle

736-4851

Sherrie Normand

La Salle

736-3252

Tammy Minuk

Oak Bluff

832-2954

Lauren Sadler

Oak Bluff

275-2844

Alicia Lazaridis

Starbuck

735-3175

Lorna Wilson

Domain

736-3432

Jaclyn Koskie

Student Services Coordinator, R.R.V.S.D. 746-2317, ext. 234

Jackie Borgfjord

Early Years Consultant, S.R.S.D. 883-2182

Shelley Robson

Sanford Public Health Unit 736-2388

Susanne Moore MHRD 885-2444

If you would like more information on Macdonald Healthy Child or are interested in volunteering or becoming a program facilitator please contact any member of the committee. Macdonald Healthy Child programs are subsidized. Donations are gratefully accepted.

A program for parents and children that encourages early movement and co-ordination using simple songs, large and small apparatus and hand-held equipment. Parents and children must bring clean indoor shoes. Parents must participate in the program. Children must be at least 2 years old.

Sanford - J.A. Cuddy School (To be confirmed) 6 Wednesdays, September 19th - October 24th 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Register by: Wednesday, September 12th

Music Moves Me (2 - 4 Years) Instructor - Leane Koss

Learn the basic foundations of music through songs, instrument play, and stories. We will also move our bodies through dancing and kids yoga! Come on out to sing, stretch, and have fun. Sanford - United Church Basement 8 Thursdays, September 20th - November 8th 10:00 am - 10:45 am Register by Thursday, September 13th

Baby Rhyme Time (0 - 2 Years) Instructor - Jen Wiebe

Songs and rhymes have endured through the ages because, basically, babies love them! Enjoy learning new and classic rhymes, action games, lap jogs and songs along with your baby. Sit back and enjoy rythmically entertaining picture books, then spend time browsing through them. There is no better way to both engage your child and pass along the gift of life long literacy than to share stories and rhymes. La Salle - Community Centre 6 Thursdays, October 4th - November 8th 9:30 am - 10:30 am Register by: Thursday, September 27th

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• Electrical Safety Avoid overloading a circuit with “octopus outlets”. If additional outlets or circuits are required, have them installed by a licensed electrician.

Kids in the Kitchen (6 - 12 Years) Instructor - Carrie Kryshewsky

• Smoking Safety Encourage smokers to smoke outstide. If people have been smoking in your home, check behind chair and sofa cushions for cigarette butts before going to bed.

Get your kids into the kitchen with these fun and creative classes that make learning about nutrition fun. Little chefs will learn how to prepare simple meals, nutritious snacks and the basics of kitchen safety. When registering your child for this program please advise of any food allergies or other related medical issues. La Salle - Community Centre 6 Wednesdays, September 19th - October 24th 4:45 pm - 6:00 pm Register by: Thursday, September 13th

• Matches and Lighters Keep all fire starting materials out of the sight and reach of children.

Brunkild - Hall 7 Tuesdays, October 2nd - November 13th 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm Register by: Thursday, September 27th

• Candle Safety Keep lit candles safely away from children and pets and blow out all candles before leaving the room. Remember when you go out blow out!

Starbuck Play Group Children enjoy group activities, playing with toys, making crafts and sharing snack. This provides children with an opportunity to have some fun while being physically active and learning valuable social skills. Parents or caregivers must attend and supervise the children while also having an opportunity to meet and chat. A nutritious, nut free snack will be provided as well as coffee for the adults. Starbuck - Hall Wednesdays, 9:30 am - 11:30 am $2/child & $1/each additional child. September - May For more information contact Alicia Lazaridis 735-3175.

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Family Escape Plan Have two ways out of each room Have a designated meeting place Practice!

Source: National Fire Protection Association (NFPA®). www.nfpa.org For more information on your local fire department visit: www.rmofmacdonald.com/fire www.rmofheadingley.ca

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Macdonald Sports Contacts

Macdonald Sports Contacts

Macdonald HOCKEY

Registration Date Tuesday, August 21, 2012 7-9 pm

Macdonald

Ringette

www.macdonaldhockey.org Board of Directors Registration for this year will be one day only in each community. If you are unable to register on that date it is your responsibility to call your community representative to pre-register. A $50 late fee will apply to anyone registering late. Anyone interested in coaching - call an executive member or community representative for information on accreditation and upcoming clinics. Macdonald Juvenile Hockey A Juvenile Hockey program will be offered this year if there is sufficient registration. If you are interested in playing at the Juvenile level, please make sure to register. Hockey MB Officials - Certification Clinic An officiating clinic will be held in Oak Bluff in September. Date and location to be determined. For further information please contact Ryan Kelly at officials@shaw.ca or refer to our website above. Hitting Clinic will be offered. More information will be available at registration.

community

Registration Location

La Salle/Domain

La Salle CC

Oak Bluff

Oak Bluff Arena

Sanford/Brunkild

Sanford Arena

Starbuck

Starbuck Arena

Registration Date Tuesday, August 21, 2012 7-9 pm

President

Brad Bossuyt, 269-8059 bbossuyt@mymts.net

Vice President

Jamie Bound jsbound@mymts.net

Treasurer

Rory Macleod, 736-2389 rmacleod@mts.net

Registrar

Warren Cook, 736-3685 warren.cook@HDsupply.com

Ice Convener

Bob Pistawka, 736-4624 pistawkas@mts.net

Referee in Chief

Ryan Kelly, 414-2151 officials@shaw.ca

Families are encouraged to bring equipment to registration evenings to swap or sell. Contact your community representative for more information.

Communications

Dan Parr dan.parr17@gmail.com

Ringette Camps

Female Hockey

Trish McFadden Guimond, 831-9798 guimond@mymts.net

www.macdonaldringette.ca Visit our new and improved website for up-to-date information! Come Try Ringette Equipment Swap/Sale

Check out our website for pre-season camp information.

An introduction to the game of Ringette for ages 5 & up. Learn what all your friends who play the game already know - RINGETTE ROCKS!  It’s great exercise, fun and a way to make new friends for kids and parents alike.   Information and registration forms will be sent home with students in K-6 in September For more information or to register, please call Allyson Demski at 801-8368 or visit www.cometryringette.ca

contact

community

Registration Location

contact

Ralph Penner 736-3027 theralphman@yahoo.ca Kon Paseschnikoff 895-2157 julie18@mts.net Matt Bestland 736-4174 mattbestland@gmail.com

La Salle/Domain

La Salle CC

Dean Waschuk, lasalle@macdonaldringette.ca

Sanford/Brunkild

Sanford Arena

Debra Hanna, sanfordbrunkild@@macdonaldringette.ca

Oak Bluff

Oak Bluff Arena

Janet Kehler, oakbluff@macdonaldringette.ca

Starbuck

Starbuck Arena

Vacant, starbuck@macdonaldringette.ca

Allyson Demski

President

president@macdonaldringette.ca

VACANT

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Macdonald Sports Contacts

Macdonald Sports Contacts

Macdonald Lightning Football

Nutrition News

The mission of Lightning Football is to develop and promote amateur football for youth in our communities. We are members of the Manitoba Minor Football Association and Football Manitoba. Our tackle program, for ages 7 to 14 years, begins in August and wraps up in October. All equipment is supplied. Our catchment area is outside of the Perimeter Hwy, west of the Red River and south of Wilkes.

Do You Drink Enough Fluids?

The Cross Country Snow Drifters Club is a non profit organization and a member of Snoman Inc. The Club depends on its members to groom, maintain and sign the trails. To travel on designated SnoFund trails, all snowmobiles are required by law to have a valid SnoPass. SnoPasses are available at Autopac Agents. Manitoba Natural Resources, in co-operation with local snowmobile associations and the R.C.M.P. will be actively patrolling trails and conducting spot checks.

For more information visit our website at: www.lightningftbll.com email us at: lightningftball@gmail.com

To find out more information or to volunteer, please refer to www.crosscountrysnowdrifters.com or President, Brian Franzmann blhfranzmann@pmcnet.ca.

Macdonald Ball

Baseball Convenor Trevor Neudorf 736-2007 Softball Convenor Darren Amerongen 736-3677

Macdonald Soccer Chairperson

Chris Hewitt 736-3465

NEW MEMBERS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME.

WHAT IS KIDSPORT? KidSport is a children’s charity. KidSport assists children by overcoming financial barriers, which prevent or limit their participation in organized sport. KIDSPORT FUNDING KidSport raises funds through corporate donations, foundation grants, planned giving and special activities and events. Funds that are raised help offset the cost of participant registration fees for the community based programs. Funding is administered by Sport Manitoba’s Regional Offices. Eligibility does not ensure assistance and/or amounts may be less than requested. KIDSPORT EQUIPMENT KidSport also collects and distributes new and used sporting equipment to children who cannot afford to purchase their own. Equipment is provided, as it is available, to either individuals (for personal owned equipment) and to organizations (for club owned equipment). For more information please contact Macdonald-Headingley Recreation District or Sport Manitoba at www.sportmanitoba.ca/programs/kidsport.php DEADLINE TO SUBMIT APPLICATION April 30th and October 15th of each year.

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Cross Country Ski Club

Get together with other Cross Country Ski enthusiasts from this area! For more information contact MHRD at 885.2444 or info@mhrd.ca. The Macdonald Cross Country Ski Club will once again be planning group ski excursions to various trails in Manitoba. Volunteers will be asked to lead each ski trip, the times will vary depending on the location of the trail and the length of travel. Trail options include (but are not limited to): Bird’s Hill, Grand Beach, St. Malo, Shannondale, Bittersweet, Pumpkin Creek, Pinawa, Spruce Woods, Beaudry Park and La Barriere Park. If you are interested in joining the club please let us know. All ski levels welcome!

• We get about 20% of our water from food and 80 % from beverages. • It’s a myth that we need to drink 8 cups of water per day. Water is the best choice, but tea, coffee, juice, milk, soup, counts as fluid too. • Consuming beverages with a moderate amount of caffeine has little to no diuretic effect and are similar to consuming an equal amount of water. For example: 1 cup coffee is equal to 1 cup water. • If you are thirsty, you are in the first stage of dehydration. Children and Seniors have a decreased sensation to thirst, therefore it is important to drink often and try to avoid being thirsty. Recommended Fluid Amounts per Day a 1-3 Years Old ~ 4 Cups a 4-8 Years Old ~ 5 Cups a 9-13 Years Old ~6-7 Cups a 14-18 Years Old ~7-11 Cups a Women 19 Years & Older ~9 Cups a Men 19 Years & Older ~12 Cups *Fluid needs are higher in hot dry weather, during exercise and may be higher when ill. Today, there are many beverage options to select from. Remember these tips when choosing which ones to drink: • To quench your thirst, water is the best choice. It’s sugar –free, caffeine –free, sodium –free and has no calories. • Milk is a healthy alternative. When choosing milk, make sure it’s fortified with vitamins A and D, and has 30% daily value from calcium. For adequate bone growth, development and maintenance of bone mass, follow the recommended food guide servings from Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide for milk and alternates. • Sports drinks are meant for high endurance athletes to stay hydrated during practices/games that last more than 60 minutes. • Limit juice to ½ cup per day. When buying juice, choose 100% juice or unsweetened juice. • Limit high sugar drinks such as Kool-Aid, pop, iced-tea, to 1 cup per week. • Avoid Energy Drinks. They are not recommended for children or adolescents, and have high amounts of caffeine. • Children and adolescents should limit caffeine to 2.5 mg/kg body weight. Women of child bearing age should limit caffeine to 300 mg per day. Adults should limit caffeine to 400 mg per day. Submitted by: Janelle Botterill, RD, Southern RHA/Santé Sud References:

Sugar Shocker Kit: Capital Health 2007 PEN: Dietitians of Canada 2012

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4-H, Guides, Scouts

4-H, Guides, Scouts Girl Guides of Canada Guides du Canada is a membership based organization for girls and women across Canada. Our focus is providing opportunities for fun, friendship and adventure, while enabling girls and women to be confident, resourceful and courageous, and to make a difference in the world. We’re open to girls over 5 and women over 18. Everyone is welcome to become a Member. Whether you are looking: for fun, friendship and adventure; for an allgirl environment that allows you to express yourself; to be active and involved in community service; to meet new friends; for professional and career development; or to make a difference in the a girl’s life, Girl Guides is the place for you.

Sparks for girls 5-6 years old. Brownies for girls 7-8 years old. Guides for girls 9-11 years old. Pathfinders for girls 12-14 years old. Rangers for girls 15-17 years old.

4-H celebrates 100 years in 2013 so join in the fun and celebrations! 4-H Clubs focus on fun, friends and learning new skills. Open to boys and girls Ages 8 - 21. 4-H helps develop well-rounded, responsible and independent youth. For information visit www.4h.mb.ca.

Location

Contact Info

Registration Night

La Salle Julie Ann Purcha (4hlasalle@mts.net) Monday, September 10th, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm La Salle 4-H Club 736-4389 www.4h.mb.ca La Salle Community Centre Starbuck Val Jowett (gordval@mts.net) Parent and Member Information Night Starbuck Combined 4-H Club 735-3139 Tuesday, September 11th, 7:00 pm Sharon Masse (sgmasse@gmail.com) Starbuck Community Hall 735-2809 Pre-Registration by phone or email by September 7 preferred. Headingley Estelle Bahuaud (donest2@mymts.net) Wednesday, September 26th, 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm 889-9561 Headingley United Church on Bridge Road. First monthly meeting planned for October. Check the Headingley RM website for upcoming event info. Dacotah 4H Equestrian Club Deb Martens (3dprecepts@gmail.com) Informational Meeting and Registration 735-2267 Friday, September 21st, 7:00 pm Call Deb Martens for directions: 735-2267 Club Meetings - 2nd Friday evening of the month. Rides and Clinics: TBA

Bella Vida Stables Box 140 Domain MB

Phone: Fax: Email:

204-736-2047 204-736-4826 bellavida@gninc.ca

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Leaders Wanted!

For more information please contact Jennifer Palichuk at 275-7724 or jenbrent@mts.net. Sanford Unit information contact Cordelia Manness at 831-1479.

REGISTRATION FOR BOYS & GIRLS BEAVERS, CUBS, SCOUTS SEPTEMBER 10, 2012 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm LA SALLE SCHOOL, 43 Rue Beaudry, La Salle

20, 12’ x 12’ Box Stalls Heated Viewing Lounge Free Wi-Fi Indoor Wash Rack 80’ x 160’ Indoor Arena Outdoor Sand Ring Large Paddocks

For generations, hundreds of thousands of Canadian youth have benefited from Scouting's programs. They have sought the fun, friendship and adventure of the Movement and discovered its values, educational methods and youth leadership opportunities. In this current climate of globalization and societal change, more than ever before Canadian youth need the "fun with a purpose" that Scouting provides.

Lessons | Boarding | Training | Sales Bella Vida Stables is a family run equestrian centre offering quality boarding, lessons and training. Whether you are a beginner, learning the basics, or a serious competitor, our lesson packages and facility will cater to you and your horse. Parents can relax in a heated viewing lounge equipped with Wi-Fi services. We are located 20 minutes south west of the Perimeter in Domain, Manitoba. Bella Vida is a new facility under new management and coaching. We are equipped with 20 box stalls, indoor wash rack, bathroom including shower, large paddocks, and both an indoor and outdoor arena. Book your stall today or set up a lesson time.

La Salle Sparks, Brownies & Guides Registration Night Wednesday, September 12, 2012 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm La Salle Fellowship Church

1ST LA SALLE SCOUTS IS LOOKING FOR CUB AND SCOUT LEADERS!

If you are looking for a way to be active in your community, this is a great way to do it. Anyone over the age of 18 can apply. Please help keep this wonderful program in our community. If interested please contact:

SONIA CHABOT at 736-4411 schabot22@gmail.com

GLENN DICKSON at 736-4103 fitzdickson@mts.net

Registration is also available online... visit www.myscouts.ca

For more information please contact us at 204-736-2047.

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Macdonald Services to Seniors Resource Coordinator - Leanne Wilson

Lunch & Learns ($10 for Lunch) Come and join us for lunch and learn something new. Love & Duty: October 11th at 11:00 am, Sanford Legion A touching and funny documentary outlining the work of women volunteers who went overseas to lend a hand during WWII.

Office located at: Riverdale Apartments Box 283 5 - 38 River Avenue, Starbuck, R0G 2P0 Office Hours: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Phone: 735-3052, Email: mssi@mts.net

La Salle Cards Afternoon - La Salle 50+ Manor Mondays at 12:45 pm Oak Bluff Shuffleboard - Recreation Centre Tuesdays, 1:00 pm, refreshments provided. Sanford Afternoon Out - Sanford Legion Every 2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month, 1:30 pm $1.00 per person, refreshments provided. Starbuck Floor Shuffle & Games Afternoon - Hall Resumes Wednesday, September 26th at 1:00 pm. Held throughout the Fall, Winter & Spring. Cost is $2.00 per person and includes an afternoon of fun, conversation and refreshments. Starbuck Senior Exercise - Riverdale Apartments Tuesday and Friday mornings at 10:00 am

A collection of written stories and DVD conversations with more than 70 Seniors from the RM of Macdonald.

Books available for sale at:

• Macdonald Services to Seniors Office • Macdonald-Headingley Recreation Office • RM of Macdonald • La Salle Credit Union • Sanford Credit Union • Starbuck Credit Union • Headingley Library • Shelmerdine Garden Center

$25.00

Oak Bluff Hall Entertainment Prizes Rainbow Auction

President

Kurt Bisson

736-2702

Hall Bookings

Kim Kaminsky

736-4812

Upcoming Events

- Dart Night TBA - Fall Supper TBA

Family Service with Communion on the last Sunday of every month. Confirmation classes - Thursdays at 4:00 pm

Everyone Welcome For more information contact Corinne Stanze 746-8255

YOUR FULL SERVICE PRINTER Instructor - Cesar de la Cruz

Rendez Vous Club

This community based program will provide recreational activity programs, socialization and caregiver relief in a group setting. This program will strengthen the individual’s level of independence, personal and social skills in a supportive, friendly environment. Age appropriate activities will be planned that include functional fitness, memory stimulation, great conversation, health maintenance, laughter and healthy lunch and snacks. For more information on this program, please call Leanne at 735-3052.

Foot Care Clinics

Friday, December 7th Noon - 2:00 pm

Worship at 10:00 am

Sunday School takes place during worship service, September to June.

Old Time Dance

Whist with a Twist October 12th & November 9th - watch for details!

Seniors’ Christmas Luncheon

Brunkild St. Paul’s Lutheran Church

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Unit 12 - 1249 Clarence Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 1T4

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Foot care clinics are held every 8 weeks in Sanford and Starbuck. All foot care is performed by a licensed foot care nurse. Appointments must be booked in advance. Cost is $35.00 or $11.00 with insurance coverage. Please call to make an appointment. Sanford

August 21, October 16, December 11

Starbuck

August 24, October 19, December 14

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Tired of sitting on the sidelines watching? Enjoy the fun and an evening out with friends while learning to waltz, fox trot and two-step. Leather soled footwear preferred. Brunkild - Hall 8 Mondays, September 17th - November 12th (No class October 8th) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Registration Fee: $128.00 Register by: Monday, September 10th

Brunkild Scoop For Brunkild’s News & Events please contact: Michelle, Brunkild Scoop gninc.ca_mrk@gninc.ca

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Domain

Domain Recreation President - Jen Magarrell

Ice Rental - Jon Magarrell

736-2212

Domain

Domain Legion #208

Join us for our once a month meetings. We are part of a provincially funded organization striving to keep women in the know. Upcoming Programs: Friday, September 14 10:00 am Friday, October 12 10:00 am Friday, November 9 10:00 am Friday, December 7

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Book Exchange & Talent Auction for Siloam Mission Thanksgiving Dinners Home of Valerie Fudge Photo Journaling with Sheila Johnston Home of Helen-Anne Geddes Annual Meeting Home of Pat Manness Christmas Party with Noon Meal Format to be Decided

For more information call Barb Strath-Pitura at 736-2921 or email barb@pituraseeds.ca.

Contact Judy Cormier 736-4239 or Janice Harrison 736-2613

Tickets available after Christmas. Watch for more info!

7:00 pm 10:30 am 6:00 pm 10:00 am

Don Johnson (President) Janice Harrison (Membership)

Photos by Artistic Impressions

Pre-School 1 & 2 (4 years & older) 1/2 hour class Beginner 1 & 2 1/2 hour class Intro/Basic Figure/Novice Figure 1/2 hour class Junior figure/Senior Figure 45 min class Introductory/Elementary Power 1/2 hour class Pre-Junior Power/Junior Power 45 min class

$40.00 $40.00 $50.00 $60.00 $50.00 $60.00

Sunday School during worship for all ages.

General Meeting Remembrance Day Service Christmas Party Annual Meeting, with lunch

Choir practice on Thursday evenings starting in September. Christmas Eve service December 24th, 7:30 pm

736-4270 736-2613

Domain

Intimate country setting just minutes south of Winnipeg

A Recreational Skating Program that offers Learn to Skate, Figure Skating and Power Skating classes for children of all ages. Classes run Saturday mornings from mid December through to mid March.

Skating Coordinator - Jennifer Magarrell

Upcoming Meetings October 3, 2012 November 11, 2012 December 1, 2012 January 12, 2013

Rental Information call Ashley Harrison at 736-2977. domainhall@hotmail.ca

Domain Skating Club

Service at 9:30 am with coffee and fellowship in the lower hall following the service.

The Domain Legion and Auxiliary continue to maintain a strong presence in the community. They are actively involved as a community service group and support veteran’s projects provincially. Membership is open to all and new members are welcome.

Hall

New members welcome! Any lady wishing to join our group is encouraged to attend one or more of these meetings to “try us out”.

Saturday, April 13, 2013

Avonlea United Church

Serving the communities of Domain, La Salle and Osborne

Gilly Gan’s Island

Rev. Cathy Maxwell, 831-9709 rev.meridian@gmail.com Upcoming Events posted on our website www.meridian-pastoral charge.ca

Line Dancing for Beginners Instructor - Gwen Battaglia

Line dancing is a fun and energetic way for anyone who loves music to get some exercise and have a great time. Learn the basic steps that can be incorporated into songs of yesteryear and the latest hits of today. No partner necessary. Domain - Hall 8 Wednesdays, September 26th - November 28th (No classes October 24th & 31st) 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Registration Fee: $44.00 Register by: Wednesday, September 19th

A two-act comedy based on the TV series “Gilligan’s Island”, presented by the Domain Players. Come and join the fun! Domain Hall

736-2212

KING COLE CATERING & BANQUET CENTRE

Saturday, January 26th, 2013 Friday, February 1st, 2013 Saturday, February 2nd, 2013 Tickets $35, doors open 6:00 pm, supper 6:30 pm

Sunday Matinee January 27, 2013 Limited space available - registration will be on a first come, first served basis. There will be no early registration available!

Superior quality service & outstanding menu selection by the best caterer in Southern Manitoba. 220 guest capacity • air conditioning • free parking • wheelchair accessible

204.488.8106 204.736.4409

www.menumanitoba.com/kingcole.htm

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Light snack served at 1:30 pm, show 2:00 pm Tickets $20, students $10

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La Salle

La Salle Curling Club

Book Club Let’s start a book club! It’s a great way to share a love of reading, explore different kinds of literature and make new friends.

www.lasallecurlingclub.ca Communit y Centre

La Salle - School Library (To be confirmed) Thursday, October 18th 7:00 pm Register by: Thursday, October 11th

Registration: Monday, September 17th, 7:00-9:00 pm at Curling Club First day of curling for the 2012-2013 curling year is October 12th.

Cindy Hall, Facility Supervisor 736-2822/cindyrhall@gmail.com

Fall Supper september 16th La Salle Community Centre 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Tickets sold at the door only! (No advance Tickets) $12.00 11 & Over $6.00 Ages 6-10 Free 5 & Under

Did you know that you can rent the sports fields at La Salle Community Centre? Football, soccer and baseball fields available for rent for team or group use. Rent them for one use or the whole season!

Consider joining any league • Tuesday Night - Men’s • Wednesday Night - Men’s • Thursday Night - Ladies • Friday Night - Mixed • Saturday - Juniors

For more information, contact Donna Bell at 736-4555 or taketwo@taketwoinc.com

Instructor - Charlotte Kirkpatrick

La Salle Co-op Men’s Bonspiel - Dec 6-9, 2012

Get a jumpstart on Christmas. Join us for an evening of creating beautifully crafted cards. We will be using different techniques to make 4 cards... and maybe some other surprises! All supplies included, but please bring a pair of scissors.

La Salle Insurance Junior Bonspiel - Jan 25-27, 2013 Dufresne Furniture Mixed Spiel - Feb 21-24, 2013 La Salle Credit Union Ladies Bonspiel - Mar 14-17, 2013 Contact Sylvia Jennings for details syjennin@mymts.net

La Salle Nursery School La Salle Nursery School provides an interesting and stimulating learning program for pre-schoolers (age 3-5 years). The staff is selected on the basis of their qualifications, experience, and their warmth and sensitivity in dealing with children. In a relaxed atmosphere, the children participate in a program that promotes freedom of choice, independence, responsibility, and respect for themselves and others. The program also promotes emotional, physical and intellectual development of the child. A regular session at Nursery School consists of free play, arts and crafts, stories, songs, and rhythm, organized physical activity, dramatic play and snack time. For more information about La Salle Nursery School or the program schedule, please contact Tricia Chestnut at 736-3700 or tricia.chestnut@mymts.net or check out www.lasallenurseryschool.com.

Deadline for fall registration is August 31st, 2012. Children new to the neighbourhood after this date are welcome to register, but may not start the program until January 2013.

Please contact Greg McCulloch, Sports Director, at 736-3511 or email jgmccull@mts.net.

Christmas Cards

Bonspiel Dates

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Friday, September 7th • 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm • Family Movie Night • Barbeque • Fireworks Saturday, September 8th • Pancake Breakfast 8:30 am - 11:00 am • Daytime Events 10:00 am - 3:00 pm Petting Zoo, Dunk Tanks, Carnival Games, Face Painting, Giant Bouncers, 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament, Canteen... and more! • Evening Social, 8:00 pm - 1:00 am, 18+ with DJ and prizes! All events at La Salle Community Centre

2 Convenient locations to serve you: • 30-2855 Pembina Highway • Winnipeg, Manitoba • R3T 2H5 • • Phone: 261-3430 • Fax: 261-7780 •

Mark your calendars and don’t miss it! Something for everyone!

• 30 Main Street, Box 116 • La Salle, Manitoba • R0G 1B0 • • Phone: 736-2003 • Fax: 736-2005 • •

For further info, sponsor details and to volunteer, please contact Angie Cormier 736-4851 or Marni Cormier 736-8277.

Net Proceeds to the La Salle Community Centre

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La Salle - School Library (To be confirmed) Monday, November 5th 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Registration Fee: $20.00 Register by: Wednesday, October 31st

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Fairy Party - Do You Believe? (3 Years & Over) Instructor - Cindy Robin

Calling all Fairies! Calling all Fairies! Come spend an enchanting afternoon with “The Story Fairy”. Sip on Fairy Tea and snack on Fairy Cakes while listening to beautiful Fairy Music and enjoy Fairy Stories, interactive songs and puppet friends, games, costumes, crafts, fantasy face painting and Fairy Treasure for ALL! Parents welcome at no charge. Be sure to visit www.cindyrobin.com. La Salle - Community Centre Saturday, October 13th 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Registration Fee: $35.00 Register by: Thursday, October 4th

St. Hyacinthe Roman Catholic Parish 27, rue Beaudry La Salle, Manitoba R0G 0A1 Ph: 204-736-2847 Fax: 204-736-2712 Email: st.hyacinthe@mymts.net

Tri-Parish District Priest-Moderator: Msgr. Albert Fréchette Parish Life Director: Sister Evelyn Pierret

St. Hyacinthe Roman Catholic Parish, La Salle Mass times: Saturdays, 5:00 p.m.; Sundays 11:00 a.m. St. Paul Parish, Starbuck Mass Times: Sundays, 9:00 a.m. (alternating with Fannystelle) Sacre-Coeur de Jesus Parish, Fannystelle Mass times: Sundays, 9:00 a.m. (alternating with Starbuck)

Instructor - Vivian Babij Add more power to your yoga routine! This workout will begin with a warm up using big flowing movements to increase the heart rate and lubricate the joints. Muscle endurance and strengthening exercises will be followed by slower rythmic flow postures with yoga breath control and end with some restorative postures to leave our bodies feeling totally relaxed. The result is a body shaping, toning and sculpting routine - increasing our lean muscle mass, stimulating our central nervous system and leaving us energized! La Salle - School (To be confirmed) 12 Tuesdays, September 18th - December 18th 7:40 pm - 9:00 pm Registration Fee: $120.00 Register by: Wednesday, September 12th

The tri-parishes offer Sunday Masses as well as weekday Masses Tuesday to Friday.

Growing with you! If you haven’t already done so, get your newly designed CHIP CARD, complete with your picture on the back for added security. ALL chip cards need to be in place before the end of 2012 get yours today!

Sacramental preparation is offered for all sacraments: Baptism, Reconciliation, First Eucharist, Confirmation and Marriage. Religion classes are offered for youth grade 4 and up as well as Youth Group activities.The parish offers an annual retreat, special Advent and Lenten services. Reconciliation is offered before all masses. In the fall 2012, the parish is implementing the AriseRenew Program.

Knights of Columbus Meets the first Tuesday of each month A Catholic Fraternity striving to help the church and community grow, and getting our Youth to be more involved in their community. Annual Charity Plate Dinner October 18, 2012 La Salle Community Centre Tickets available in September For more information or to purchase tickets, please contact our Grand Knight Matthew Lagacé at matthew_lagace@hotmail.com.

Yoga Fusion ß ◊

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Yoga Intensive - Focus on Pranayama/Breathing Instructor - Adrienne Shum, Yoga Public

This workshop will examine the use of breath as a link between body and mind. Pranayama is translated as “the extension of breath” and is the key to deepening the physical asana practice. While seated, breathing exercises will be the main focus, there will also be an exploration of yoga postures and meditation and how a pranayama practice can enhance both. Developing breath awareness will help you cultivate mindfulness, learn to manager your stress, and gain a greater sense of well-being.

45 Rue Principale La Salle, Manitoba ROG 1B0 Tel: (204) 736-4341 Fax: (204) 736-4576 www.lasallecu.mb.ca

La Salle - Community Centre Saturday, November 17th 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Registration Fee: $34.00 Register by: Thursday, November 8th

Interested in other Yoga Intensive workshops? Additional workshops are being offered: •

Yoga Intensive - Focus on Asana/Postures Headingley, October 13th See page 42 for registration information

Yoga Intensive - Focus on Meditation Oak Bluff, December 8th See page 26 for registration information

www.lscf.ca Ray Klassen 736-3200

Sunday Worship 10:30 am Church located on Hwy #247 (Just west of the La Salle CC)

Everyone Welcome! Sunday School Ages 2 to Grade 2 are dismissed part way through worship.

Regularly scheduled youth events for grades 7-12. Check website for details: www.lscf.ca

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La Salle La Salle Annual Charitable Golf Tournament 2012

Now We’re Cookin’ (10 - 14 Years)

La Salle Dance Karen Luba School of Dance, Inc. offers Tap, Ballet, Jazz and Hip Hop instruction for students age 3 to adult. Select classes are available at the La Salle CC on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Program runs mid-September to end of April with a year-end recital. Registration for the 2012 - 2013 dance season starts in August. Please contact the Dance School for more information and to register. 803-9949 klsd_dance@hotmail.com

For Big Kids in the Kitchen Instructor - Carrie Kryshewsky These weekly classes are a great opportunity to develop life skills and stir up some creativity. Kids will learn about nutrition and eating well whie learning to follow recipes and use age appropriate tools and appliances. Menu items will include: pizza from scratch, hamburger dishes (to learn how to cook and handle raw meat safely), and chicken quesadillas. La Salle - Community Centre 6 Wednesdays, September 19th - October 24th 6:30 pm - 7:45 pm Registration Fee: $60.00, plus $20 supply fee payable to instructor Register by: Thursday, September 13th

The La Salle Day Care, La Salle Nursey School and La Salle Community Centre will be hosting the La Salle Annual Charitable Golf Tournament.

Friday, August 31st Kingswood Golf & Country Club Registration 9:00 am, 10:30 am shotgun start Texas Scramble $125/player includes cart & dinner Participants will receive a tax/donation receipt for a percentage of the registration fee.

Cocktails 5:30 pm Dinner 6:00 pm

Registration forms available at Domain Co-op in La Salle

Home Alone with First Aid (10 - 13 Years) Instructor - Brenda Halstead

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Kids will learn how to look after themselves and handle minor first aid emergencies. This popular and entertaining workshop is designed for kids who wish to become better prepared to look after themselves for short periods of time. Please bring a nut and candy free lunch, pen and paper.

11:56 AM

Autobody and Mechanical Repairs Glass Repairs and Replacements “Your One Stop Shop”

Our Vision Is You • Friendly and knowledgeable staff to keep you informed of ongoing repairs. • Professional and clean environment for you and your car. • Free courtesy cars with MPIC claims to keep you on the road. • Mobile glass repairs so you can keep going on with your day. • Paintless dent removal for fast, cost-effective repairs to your car.

Eastside Heavy Truck Collision Repairs Eastside Collision Repairs www.theeastsidegroup.ca Two locations to serve you: 874 Marion Street • Eastside 2535 Inkster Blvd. • Eastside

204.237.7111 • Thrifty 204.633.8223 • Thrifty

204.949.7620 204.949.7600

This is a fun tournament and a good way to help suppport the community of La Salle. Proceeds raised are split between the Community Centre which helps to keep programing costs down and the Daycare Initiative (in the name of La Salle Nursery School) which is to eventually build a not-for-profit child care centre in the community.

Register today - don’t delay!

La Salle - Community Centre Saturday, October 6th 10:00 am - 2:00 pm Registration Fee: $45.00 Register by: Monday, October 1st

Instructor - Whitney Morse

Want to join a group of girls to test your abilities and do something that you never thought possible? Lace up your shoes and take the challenge of becoming a runner ... at your own pace, in your own time ... you can cross the finish line and be a winner! Combined with training, your coach will inspire discussion on a variety of topics surrounding puberty, self awareness, healthy choices and body image. Each week will move a little faster and further working as a team towards the ultimate goal - the 5K “Santa Shuffle” at the Forks on December 2nd. Please bring a water bottle and nut free snack each week. La Salle - Location to be Determined 10 Mondays, September 24th - November 26th 3:45 pm - 5:15 pm Registration Fee: $75.00 Register by: Monday, September 17th

All in One Fitness (Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays) ß◊ Instructor - Sheila Therrien, Strive Conditioning & Kyle Babiuk

• Thorough and honest estimates so you feel comfortable with our advice.

For more information contact: Jenn Penner 736-2077 or Christie Houston-Klatt 736-2744

Project G.O. (Girls Only)! Grades 5 to 8

Whether you’re a beginner or a more advanced fitness enthusiast looking to push yourself to a higher level, this is a fun and challenging class incorporating cardio, strength and flexibility. Individual attention from the instructors ensures everyone is encouraged to strive towards their personal goals. Please bring an exercise mat and ball to class. Payment may be made in installments. Participants may also choose the option of once or twice per week.

September 16, 2012 It’s never too late to go back to church. Add a Sunday service to your fall schedule Find a local church near you! For more info see:

www.backtochurch.com

La Salle - Community Centre 40 classes, September 10th - December 21st Outdoors on September 10th, 14th & October 1st (no class October 8, 31, November 12, 30 & December 10) Mondays & Wednesdays, 6:00 - 7:00 pm, Fridays 5:45 - 6:45 pm Registration Fee: $370.00, payable by post-dated cheques (Twice a week, 30 classes: $277.50) Register by: Wednesday, September 5th

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Oak Bluff Winter Change for your Front Door!

Instructor - Sharlene Nielsen, Front Door Stories

Oak Bluff Recreation Board

President Brad Moroz

Oak Bluff Early Years The Oak Bluff Early Years (OBEY) is a non-profit, government licensed facility. OBEY creates an environment where children are encouraged to develop their social behaviour and self-esteem while acquainting themselves with others.

Ice Rental

The OBEY program offers a balanced blend of structured learning and play, in a safe and caring environment where children are able to develop their skills.

Earl Winzinowich 896-6881

Our program is open to children between the ages of 3 & 5, and a before and after school program which is open to children between the ages of 3 & 12 years old. The program is available Monday to Friday. Hall Rental Tom Hancock

Welcome the festive season this winter with a fabulous front door container that will give your home the “WOW” factor. Learn to choose pots to compliment your space and how to prep your containers for each season. Using fresh cut stems of cedar, pine, berries, etc., Sharlene will guide and inspire you to create the perfect accent for your home. Oak Bluff - Recreation Centre Wednesday, December 5th 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Registration Fee: $30.00, plus $25.00 supply fee payable to instructor Register by: Wednesday, November 28th

Prairie Palette Art Club

We meet the second and fourth Tuesday of each month beginning September 25th in the Science Room at Oak Bluff School. We have casual painting sessions, paid instructions from professional artists and demonstrations from volunteer art group members. Members receive a generous discount on art supplies purchased from Artist Emporium and Colours, Art Supplies and Picture Framing. We have had shows at Golden Prairie Arts Council, Assiniboine Park Conservatory and The Bay. We hold an annual show and sale every spring at Oak Bluff Rec Centre. There is a Membership fee of $30.00. If you have any questions call Kathryn at 736-2392.

For more information and to register for the 2012-2013 school year, please contact Leanne Derlago @ 792-6278 or through e-mail at obeydirector@live.com.

896-6882

Public Skating Sundays, 1:45 pm - 2:45 pm

Seeds of Empathy fosters social and emotional competence and early literacy skills in children 3-5 years old.

Macdonald Healthy Child is introducing the Seeds of Empathy program at Oak Bluff Early Years in Fall 2012.

Gluten-Free 101

Instructor - Jodi Lee, Prairie Sky Wellness Are you switching to a gluten-free diet and have no idea where to start? Are you afraid to go anywhere because you don’t want to get sick? Have no idea what to tell your family and friends? Gluten-Free 101 is the workshop that provides education, confidence, and support to anyone requiring a gluten-free diet.

OAK BLUFF SENIORS CLUB All seniors are invited for cards, games and shuffleboard at the Oak Bluff Recreation Centre every Tuesday at 1:00 pm until April 30th. Begins the last Tuesday in September, and ends the last Tuesday in April. For further information please contact Harold at 837-8009.

Oak Bluff - School Library (To be confirmed) Tuesday, October 2nd 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Registration Fee: $25.00 Register by: Tuesday, September 25th

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Oak Bluff Yoga Intensive - Focus on Meditation

Call Leona Peters 736-3862 Beth Kikukawa 736-3745

TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) is a non-profit weight support group. TOPS advocates a basic exchange menu plan and moderate exercise for losing weight and maintaining it. TOPS is dedicated to helping people take off-and keep off-pounds sensibly. We offer fellowship while you change to a healthier new lifestyle and learn to maintain that lifestyle. Meetings held every Tuesday morning at the Oak Bluff Recreation Centre Board Room (basement). Doors open 8:30 am Weigh In From 8:30 am - 9:15 am Meeting 9:00 am Yearly Membership $30.00

Oak Bluff T.O.P.S.

Coffee Time Oak Bluff Recreation Centre, Canteen Area Join us every Thursday morning at 8:30 starting October 4th for coffee and catching up with the neighbours! Call Tom for more information 896-6882.

Instructor - Adrienne Shum, Yoga Public

Girls Power Yoga (10 - 14 Years) Instructor - Serene Yoga Studio

While “asana” is often translated as “posture”, its literal meaning is “seat” and refers to the posture taken during a seated meditation practice. This workshop will help you to establish a personal meditation practice. It will also explore how the elements and benefits of seated meditation can be brought into the asane or pranayama practice. Through a greater understanding of the interplay between body, breath and mind, you will begin to develop a greater awareness of your habitual patterns, and with that knowledge begin to move towards grace and equanimity. Oak Bluff - Recreation Centre Saturday, December 8th 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Registration Fee: $34.00 Register by: Thursday, November 29th

Why try yoga? Yoga helps to develop balance, flexibility, body awareness and respect for yourself and others. Practice fun and playful yoga poses to stretch and strengthen your body, build confidence and self-esteem. And… yoga promotes a healthy body image while encouraging the benefits of exercise! Oak Bluff - School (To be confirmed) 8 Thursdays, October 4th - November 22nd 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm Registration Fee: $70.00 Register by: Wednesday, September 26th

Yoga All Levels

Instructor - Serene Yoga Studio

Interested in other Yoga Intensive workshops? Additional workshops are being offered: •

Yoga Intensive - Focus on Asana/Postures Headingley, October 13th See page 42 for registration information

Yoga Intensive - Focus on Pranayama/Breathing La Salle, November 17th See page 21 for registration information

Are you interested in increasing your strength and flexibility while reducing stress? Then our all levels Hatha Yoga program is just for you! Our classes are designed for all ages, all body types, and all fitness levels from beginners to experienced students. Our Hatha practice combines breath work with poses that can be modified or amplified to provide a unique experience for each participant. What are you waiting for? Oak Bluff - School (To be confirmed) 8 Thursdays, October 4th - November 22nd 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Registration Fee: $90.00 Registration by: Wednesday, September 26th

Babysitter’s Training (12 Years & Over) Instructor - Brenda Halstead

An important course for the beginning babysitter. Learn all the basics about child-care, first-aid and safety in the home. Students must be 12 years old by December 31st, 2012. Bring lunch, water bottle, pen and paper. Oak Bluff - Recreation Centre, Board Room Saturday, September 29th 9:15 am - 3:30 pm Registration Fee: $40.00 Register by: Monday, September 24th

Walk & Pump

Instructor - Family Physiotherapy Clinic, Sanford A fun and effective workout that can be done by everybody! Tighten and tone with cardiovascular and resistance work using bands and stability balls. We will keep a brisk pace and include intervals of strength to provide a full body program. Enjoy cameraderie as you improve overall health, fitness and wellness. Oak Bluff - Recreation Centre 10 Tuesdays, October 9th - December 11th 9:30 am - 10:30 am Registration Fee: $60.00 Register by: Wednesday, October 3rd

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Restorative Yoga

Instructor - Serene Yoga Studio

Box 267 Oak Bluff, MB R0G 1N0

Ph. 736-2779 winnipegtrapandskeet.com

Offering shotgun shooting instruction for Juniors and Adults. Ladies only programs. Possession and Acquisition License (PAL) courses. Featuring: ‘American’: Trap and Skeet; International: Trap and Skeet; 5-Stand. Shoot the amazing and challenging ‘Duck tower’. Competitive tournaments and fun shoots. Corporate events, stag parties, wedding photos, rentable banquet hall, socials. Guests Welcome! Outdoor winter parking for boats, RVs and trailers.

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Relax and renew while you enhance your health and soothe the physical aches and ailments that can slowly add up over time. Restorative yoga use props for support, allowing you to hold poses longer, and allowing your body to open through passive stretching. We can’t think of a better way to increase flexibility, boost the elasticity of muscle tissue, gain muscle strength & build your endurance, than doing so from the comfort of your yoga mat! Oak Bluff - School (To be confirmed) 8 Thursdays, October 4th - November 22nd 7:45 pm - 8:45 pm Registration Fee: $90.00 Registration by: Wednesday, September 26th

Now meeting at the Oak Bluff Rec Centre on Friday nights 6:30pm - 9:30pm Ever wanted to learn gliding, biathlon, range skills, survival skills, band? Or attend summer training camps for free? Air Cadets develops good citizenship and leadership, promotes physical fitness, and stimulates interest in the aviation and aerospace industry in youth between the ages of 12 & 18 years. There is no cost to join the Air Cadet program - all training & uniforms are provided.

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10 Tips for Dealing with Stress and Tension

Sanford Recreation President, Trevor Richardson 736-3346

Open Ice Public Skating - Sunday - 12:15 pm - 2:00 pm 13 & over scrimmage - Fridays - 9:45 pm - 10:45 pm 12 & under scrimmage - Saturdays - 8:45 pm - 9:45 pm

Spanish for Beginners & Travelers Instructor - Alicia Lopez de Ferro

Planning a trip to a Spanish-speaking country? Or just want to learn another language? In this class you will learn to pronounce Spanish words and be able to carry on a simple conversation, learn basic greetings, simple verbs, and what to say and do when shopping, in restaurants, hotels and other places. Sanford - All About Travel 8 Wednesdays, October 3rd - November 28th (no class October 31st) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Registration Fee: $120.00 Register by: Wednesday, September 26th

DON’T WAIT Register early. Early registration allows us time to plan appropriately. Often we are able to accommodate those on waiting lists by adding additional spots in the class or adding additional classes. Classes that do not meet their minimum enrollment are generally cancelled. You could make the difference!

Stress and tension are normal reactions to events that threaten us. Such threats can come from accidents, financial troubles and problems on the job or with family. The way we deal with these pressures has a lot to do with our mental, emotional and physical health. The following are suggestions to get you started on managing the stress in your life: 1. Look at your lifestyle and see what can be changed - in your work situation, your family situation, or your schedule. 2. Use relaxation techniques - yoga, meditation, deep breathing, or massage. 3. Exercise - Physical activity is one of the most effective stress remedies around! 4. Time management - Do essential tasks and prioritize the others. Consider those who may be affected by your decisions, such as family and friends. Use a check list; you will receive satisfaction as you check off completed jobs! 5. Watch your diet - Alcohol, caffeine, sugar, fats and tobacco all put a strain on your body’s ability to cope with stress. A diet with a balance of fruits, vegetables, whole grains and food high in protein but low in fat will help create optimum health. Contact your local Heart and Stroke Foundation for information about healthy eating. 6. Get enough rest and sleep.

Your Life is Your Story Instructor - Mae Denby

You’ve got a special story to tell! This five half-day course will get you started with writing from real life: your family’s history, your own life, or whatever story you choose that needs to be preserved. In a friendly, hand-on environment, you will be led through key writing techniques and approaches. You’ll be assisted in developing a plan for your own writing project. Come, write!

• Lessons

Sanford - Sanford Legion 5 Tuesdays, October 2nd - 30th 9:30 am - 12:30 pm Registration Fee: $75.00 Register by: Wednesday, September 26th

• Training Trailering • Boarding

ABAM Sanford Archery Range - members only

7. Talk with others - Talk with friends, professional counsellors, s upport groups or relatives about what’s bothering you.

• Coaching for recreational & competition riders

8. Help others - Volunteer work can be an effective and satisfying stress reducer. 9. Tackle one thing at a time. Don’t do too much at once. 10. Have some fun!! Laugh with people you enjoy!

For Range Information - execdirector@abam.ca Membership information - www.abam.ca

www.bluebearent.ca • 204.736.4433 • bfeller@mymts.net

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Parent & Tot (3 & 4 Years)

33 Main Street, Box 41, Sanford, MB R0G 2J0 Tel (204) 736.2381 Fax (204) 736.2355

Instructor - Kendall Webb

Hit the Ice Recreational Hockey (5 - 18 Years) ◊ Grab a stick and join the fun! Kids can enjoy a structured warmup and some non-competitive hockey in a fun and relaxed environment. Parents are welcome to join in the fun. All players must supply a helmet with face protector, neck protector, gloves, shin pads & hockey stick. Open to kids not registered in a Hockey MB or Ringette MB program. Installment or post dated payments accepted. Individual accident/injury insurance encouraged. Please download the waiver form from our website and have completed for the first class (www.mhrd.ca). Age groupings subject to change. Sanford - Arena 19 Saturdays, November 3rd - March 9th Ages 5 & 6 8:00 am - 9:00 am Ages 7 & 8 9:00 am - 10:00 am Ages 9 & 10 10:15 am - 11:15 am Ages 11 & 12 11:30 am - 12:30 pm Ages 13 - 18 12:45 pm - 1:45 pm Registration Fee: $242.00/child Maximum $605.00 per family Register by Monday, October 29th

Sanford United Church Service at 11:00 am Sunday School during worship for all ages. Fall services resume August 26th Christmas Eve Service, December 24th, 7:00 pm Choir Practice, Thursday evenings Services will alternate between our Minister Rev. Cathy Maxwell and our supply Minister Rev. Alan Armstrong.

Rev. Cathy Maxwell, 831-9709 rev.meridian@gmail.com Upcoming Events posted on our website www.meridian-pastoral charge.ca

Introduces new skaters to fundamental skating skills with the assistance of a parent/caregiver. Qualified instructor leads parents and children through various games and activities to get children comfortable on the ice. Parents must have competent skating ability in order to help their children on the ice. Parent and child must wear CSA approved helmets. Sanford - Arena 9 Fridays, November 2nd - December 28th 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm Registration Fee: $90.00 Register by: Friday, September 14th

Learn to Skate (4 & 5 Years) Instructor - Kendall Webb

Holiday Decorating for Cupcakes and Cookies Instructor - Taryn Fowlands Participants will learn to decorate both cookies and cupcakes for all occasions! Lessons will include Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Easter and Hallowe’en. Students will be asked to bring 12 cupcakes, 1 batch of buttercream icing. Bring a batch of Wilton’s Colour for the 2nd class. Recipes will be provided once registered. Sanford - Sanford Collegiate Home Ec. Room (To be confirmed) 2 Tuesdays, October 23rd & 30th 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Registration Fee: $30.00, plus $20 supply fee payable to instructor Register by: Tuesday, October 16th

Fun with Pottery (7 - 12 Years)

Children will learn to be independent skaters through various games and activities. Children must be capable of going on the ice alone and should be able to stand and walk on skates. Parents are not permitted on the ice. Children must wear CSA approved helmets. Sanford - Arena 9 Fridays, November 2nd - December 28th 4:40 pm - 5:10 pm Registration Fee: $90.00 Register by: Friday, September 14th

Introduction to Power Skating (6 - 9 Years)

Instructor - Barb Batulla Just in time for Christmas - two fun and funky projects you can make and give as a gift - or keep for yourself! Explore your inner artist and create a realistic or cartoonish self-portrait piggy bank and your own special bowl for cereal... or ice cream! Please wear old clothing that you can get dirty! Sanford - Arena, Upstairs 3 Saturdays, November 17th - December 8th 9:30 am - 12:00 pm Registration Fee: $45.00 Register by: Thursday, November 8th

Sanford Legion November 11, 10:45 am - Remembrance Day Service at the Sanford United Church. Following the Service a special Memorial Service will be held at the Sanford Legion Cenotaph. A light lunch will be served at the Legion Hall to Legion members and guests by the Sanford Legion Ladies Auxiliary. Morning coffee time Monday to Friday, 8:00 am - 9:00 am throughout the year. Everyone welcome. Meetings held the 3rd Monday of every month at 7:00 pm. We are actively looking for new members to join our branch. Ladies Auxiliary meetings are held the last Tuesday of every month at 7:30 pm except the winter months of January, February and March. New members are welcome. Legion Whist games held the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 1:00 pm. Refreshments served. All are welcome to join. Games and cards afternoon held monthly every 2nd & 4th Wednesday at 1:30 pm. All are welcome.

Fall Boot Camp ◊ ß Instructor - Kyle Babiuk This fun, fast and structured training boot camp will get you started on getting into the best shape of your life. Each session will follow a similar structure including a dynamic warm up, cardio fitness, core and strength conditioning ending with a relaxing stretch to improve flexibility. This Boot Camp is designed to allow people to work within their own abilities. From beginners to advanced trainees, Kyle will be offering unique movements and drills to add to your exercise repertoire. Weather permitting, class will be outdoors. Registration is limited so register early. Participants are asked to bring an exercise mat and hand weights. Sanford - J.A. Cuddy School 30 classes, September 11th - December 20th Tuesdays & Thursdays, 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Registration Fee: $285.00 Register by: Thursday, September 6th

Instructor - Kendall Webb

Skaters will be challenged with increasingly difficult skills through games and activities. Children must be able to skate competently forwards and backwards to enroll in this class. Children must wear CSA approved helmets. Sanford - Arena 9 Fridays, November 2nd - December 28th 5:15 pm - 6:00 pm Registration Fee: $110.00 Register by: Friday, September 14th

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Starbuck

Starbuck Recreation

Public Skating - Saturdays Young Sticks & Pucks

6:15-7:15 pm

Skating

7:30-8:30 pm

Old Sticks & Pucks

8:30-9:30 pm

Ice Rentals Brenda Borley 479-1400

President Peter Piskor 735-3092

starbuckicerentals@gmail.com

For current information and ice schedule, check out our website at https://sites.google.com/site/starbuckicerentals/ Or simply google “Starbuck Ice Rentals”! Starbuck Ladies’ Curling

Starbuck Men’s Curling

For more information please contact Lise Masse 735-2724

For more information please contact Jeff Reckseidler 735-2882

Bonspiels Ladies - January 17-20, 2013 Men’s - February 4-10, 2013 Mixed - March 8-10, 2013

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President

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735-2896

Treasurer & Rental Information Jen Fischer

735-2219

Bookings

735-2378

Maggie

STEAK NIGHT Saturday, November 3rd, 2012 5:30 pm Starbuck Arena

$14

Steak Dinner & Adult Beverage ($12 without Beverage)

Free Public Skating

Everyone Welcome! All proceeds to Starbuck Recreation Association

Nygard Fashion Show

October 28th

Seniors Christmas Dinner November 28th Starbuck All Charities

April 13th, 2013

April 11th - 22nd, 2013

Entry Deadline: February 28, 2013 www.meridianartsfestival.wetpaint.com for entry forms and information.

735-3087 436-2096 735-2776

Everyone welcome!

Starbuck All Charities

Contact Sandra Halstead 735-2474 or Nancy Dyck 735-2450

Annual Drive & Flea Market Brown bag auction, bake sale and canteen. Tables available please call to reserve your spot.

April 13th, 2013 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Golf Pro, Larry Robinson

(storm date April 20th)

Starbuck Hall Abs, Buns & Thighs ß ◊

All Juniors play for free after 6:00 pm when accompanied by an adult playing the course.

Catholic Church Fundraiser October 13th October 19th, 20th & 21st

Meridian Arts Festival

Canteen & Bar Open All Evening

September 30th

Art Show & Sale

The Starbuck Art Club provides an opportunity for Adults to learn watercolor, oil, acrylic painting and sketching. The Club meets every two weeks throughout the Spring and Fall. Depending upon the interest, a variety of instructors are invited to introduce new techniques or fine tune skills. Facilities are wheelchair accessible. For more information on becoming a member or further information please contact: Pauline Duncan Joyce Nadeau Grace Hendrickson

Events: Fall Supper

Starbuck Art Club

For more information contact Larry at Bridges Golf Course at 735-3000 or www.bridgesgolfcourse.com.

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Instructor - Sheila Therrien, Strive Conditioning This program will help you focus on some tougher areas to tone. Combining lower body and abdominal exercises with a cardio component, you will feel and look better and fit your clothes the way you have always wanted them to fit. This program is body weight based with some light weights and your new best friend - the stability ball! Sheila will introduce you to some challenging new moves that will help you to achieve your goals with the proper form to prevent injury. Please bring stability ball, light hand weights and an exercise mat.

Pump It & Move It ß ◊

Instructor - Sheila Therrien, Strive Conditioning This program is a great way to walk your way into a fitter, healthier and more energetic body or supercharge your current walking regime. Learn simple moves using your own body weight or light hand weights to improve your fitness level. You will learn proper form, benefits/purpose of each move along with some basic healthy eating information and tricks. You can set and achieve short and long term goals, and learn how to stay focused. Please bring a light set of hand weights and an exercise mat. Starbuck - School 12 Thursdays, September 20th - December 13th 6:00 pm - 6:50 pm Registration Fee: $120.00 Register by: Wednesday, September 12th

Starbuck - School 12 Thursdays, September 20th - December 13th 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Registration Fee: $120.00 Register by: Wednesday, September 12th

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Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines

Starbuck Trinity Lutheran Church Weekly worship service at 10:00 am followed by our Family Hour for fellowship and education. Events for youth are offered on a monthly basis.

FOR THE EARLY YEARS - 0 – 4 YEARS

Guidelines:

Adult Choir and Handbell Choir for those interested in learning and performing church music.

For healthy growth and development: Infants (aged less than 1 year) should be physically active several times daily – particularly through interactive floor-based play. Toddlers (aged 1–2 years) and preschoolers (aged 3–4 years) should accumulate at least 180 minutes of physical activity at any intensity spread throughout the day, including:

Trinity Lutheran Women meet for Bible Study and Fellowship on the first Thursday of the month at 1:30 pm. For more information call the Church office 735-2503 (Monday-Thursday, 9:30 am - 12:30 pm)

Activities that develop movement skills; Progression toward at least 60 minutes of energetic play by 5 years of age. More daily physical activity provides greater benefits.

Starbuck United Church Service at 11:15 am Sunday School during worship for all ages. Fall services resume September 2nd

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Tummy time Reaching for or grasping balls or other toys Playing or rolling on the floor Crawling around the home

Being active as a toddler or preschooler means: • • • •

Any activity that gets kids moving Climbing stairs and moving around the home Playing outside and exploring their environment Crawling, brisk walking, running or dancing

Being active can help young kids: • • • • • • •

27, rue Beaudry La Salle, Manitoba R0G 0A1 Ph: 204-736-2847 Fax: 204-736-2712 Email: st.hyacinthe@mymts.net

Tri-Parish District Priest-Moderator: Msgr. Albert Fréchette Parish Life Director: Sister Evelyn Pierret

St. Hyacinthe Roman Catholic Parish, La Salle Mass times: Saturdays, 5:00 p.m.; Sundays 11:00 a.m. St. Paul Parish, Starbuck Mass Times: Sundays, 9:00 a.m. (alternating with Fannystelle)

Maintain a healthy body weight Improve movement skills Increase fitness Build healthy hearts Have fun and feel happy Develop self-confidence Improve learning and attention

The tri-parishes offer Sunday Masses as well as weekday Masses Tuesday to Friday. Sacramental preparation is offered for all sacraments: Baptism, Reconciliation, First Eucharist, Confirmation and Marriage.

Christmas Eve Service, December 24th, 5:00 pm

Religion classes are offered for youth grade 4 and up as well as Youth Group activities.The parish offers an annual retreat, special Advent and Lenten services. Reconciliation is offered before all masses.

Services will alternate between our Minister Rev. Cathy Maxwell and our supply Minister Rev. Alan Armstrong.

In the fall 2012, the parish is implementing the AriseRenew Program.

Rev. Cathy Maxwell, 831-9709 rev.meridian@gmail.com Upcoming Events posted on our website www.meridian-pastoral charge.ca

Check out all of the Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines at:

The older children get, the more energetic play they need, such as hopping, jumping, skipping and bike riding.

www.csep.ca/guidelines

Springstein Mennonite Church 15 Victoria Road, Springstein

All activity counts. Try these tips to get young kids moving: þ Create safe spaces for play. þ Play music and learn action songs together. þ Dress for the weather and explore the outdoors.

St. Hyacinthe Roman Catholic Parish

Sacre-Coeur de Jesus Parish, Fannystelle Mass times: Sundays, 9:00 a.m. (alternating with Starbuck)

A variety of activities in different environments;

Being active as an infant means:

All are Welcome!

þ Make time for play with other kids. þ Get where you’re going by walking or biking.

Worship service at 10:30 am Sunday School for all ages at 9:30 am Pastor Melissa Miller (204) 735-2758 or sprmench@gmail.com

Any way, every day. Get active together!

www.csep.ca/guidelines

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Headingley

Computer Learning Centre

Seniors Services

Resource Coordinator - Jean Ammeter

Lunch & Learn Headingley Community Centre Noon - 2:30 pm Come for lunch and stay for brief, informative presentations on various topics. Call to reserve your space and order lunch. ($7.00 per person except for Christmas Luncheon.) Tips to Tame Your Salt Habit Presenter - Janelle Botterill Tuesday, October 2 Love & Duty Presenter - Sarah Crowley, Canadian Red Cross Tuesday, October 30

Office located at : Headingley Community Centre 5353 Portage Avenue Office Hours: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Phone 889-3132, ext. 3 Email: hdlyseniorservices@mts.net

6th Annual Christmas Arts and Craft Sale Headingley Community Centre 5353 Portage Avenue Friday, October 19th 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm Saturday, October 20th 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Admission $2.00 Children 12 & Under Free Canteen . Free Parking

Heart Start - How to Use a Defibrillator (AED) Presenter - Glenn Reimer, Headingley First Responders Tuesday, November 20

55+ Club Christmas Luncheon Tuesday, December 11

Tickets $15 - call Jean at 889-3132, ext 3. Tickets to be purchased by Dec 4.

Headingley Community Centre 5353 Portage Avenue

All Proceeds to: Headingley Senior Services

COFFEE CHAT

Great coffee, good company, stimulating conversation ... What better way to spend an afternoon. Join us!

The Headingley Computer Learning Centre was established by Headingley Seniors Services and the MacdonaldHeadingley Recreation District. The Centre provides computer and internet education classes specifically designed for 55+ or those new to computers. Classes are small and relaxed with each student on a laptop and insured individual time with the instructor. * Please Note: Non-Seniors add 20% to registration fee. The Headingley Computer Learning Centre is located in the Headingley Community Centre 5353 Portage Avenue. We'd like to hear from you to design courses that suit your interests. Please call the Macdonald-Headingley Recreation District at 885.2444.

Grandparents Guide to the Internet Instructor - Estelle Thornson

A great way to explore and create your own accounts by hands-on, step-by-step approach to the many social networking sites on the World Wide Web. You will be able to communicate with family, grandchildren and friends who live here or in other parts of the world, impressing them with the knowledge you have gained. 6 Wednesdays, September 19th - October 24th 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Registration Fee: $60.00 Register by: Thursday, September 13th

eReaders Made Easier

Instructor - Estelle Thornson Kindle, Kobo, Sony and Pan Digital - eReaders or tablets the size of your hand can hold thousands of eBooks and magazines (and many of them are capable of so much more!!). Do you have an eReader you would like to learn more about? Bring it to class and we’ll provide information, hints and tips on how to use it. Please bring owner’s manual. Wednesday, November 7th 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Registration Fee: $20.00 Register by: Thursday, November 1st

Computer Basics

Instructor - Estelle Thornson

Thursdays, 1:30 pm Starting September 6th! Headingley Community Centre

Foot Care Clinics Please call to make an appointment.

Hands on course introducing basic computer terminology, internet and email. Join us for a fun and informal look at what computers can do for you. 2 Wednesdays, November 14th & 21st 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Registration Fee: $30.00 Register by: Wednesday, November 7th

September 19th November 14th

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Headingley Gluten-Free Cooking - Wow!

These programs are supported by the Central Region Healthy Child Coalition. For more information or to register please contact the Macdonald-Headingley Recreation District at 885.2444. Wiggle Tales (2 - 4 Years) Instructor - Carrie Kryshewsky

Wiggle yourself silly! A chance for kids to develop physical, emotional and social competency within a peer group. Stories, crafts and activities are centred around a theme based on a different story each week. Please bring indoor shoes. Headingley - Phoenix Community Centre 6 Mondays, September 24th - November 5th (No class October 8th) 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Register by: Wednesday, September 19th

Cloth Diaper Workshop Instructor - Melissa Grenkow

Interested in using cloth diapers? Learn how you can help both the environment and your wallet! Headingley - Phoenix Community Centre Tuesday, September 25th 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm Register by: Wednesday, September 19

Wiggle, Giggle & Munch (1 - 4 Years) Instructor - Leah McAulay

A time for parents and children to have fun together with active play & a healthy snack. Songs, rhymes, making music, story time, crafts, life skills & messy play are all part of the fun. Gross motor activities & age appropriate games are included in every session. Headingley - Phoenix Community Centre 8 Tuesdays, October 2nd - November 20th 10:00 am - 11:30 am Register by: Tuesday, September 25th

Kids in the Kitchen (7 Years & Over) Instructor - Brenda Halstead Get your kids into the kitchen with these fun and creative classes that make learning about nutrition fun. Little chefs will learn how to prepare simple meals, nutritious snacks and the basics of kitchen safety.

Headingley Infants & Parents Headingley Community Centre Facilitated by Helen Whetter Time for interactive play, art, singing and stories with infants as well as time for presentations and discussion for parents. All infants and parents welcome. Program runs every second Monday from 9:30 am to 11:30 am and is FREE! No pre-registration necessary. For more information on upcoming dates and presentations, please contact Helen Whetter at 895-8108. September 17 Introduction to MHRD Activities October 1

Fire Prevention and Home Safety

October 15

Recognition of World Food Day: Introducing Healthy Foods

October 29

Choosing Toys

November 12 Dental Care:

Bright Smiles, Bright Futures

November 26: Family Activities at Camp Assiniboia

Please bring a snack for your child.

Instructor - Jodi Lee, Prairie Sky Wellness Need some kitchen inspiration in your GF diet? Learn the basics of GF cooking and baking in this workshop. From rice-free cereal to pan bread, this session will give you the skills and recipes to enjoy your gluten-free diet. Variety is the spice of life and there is NO reason that you can’t have it all even being gluten-free. Substitutions for other allergies are highlighted. Headingley - Community Centre, Kitchen Tuesday, October 16th 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm Registration Fee: $40.00 Register by: Tuesday, October 9th

Mark Wire Financial Planner 204-988-4358 mark.wire@rbc.com

Creative Cake Pop Workshop - Cake Pop Cuties Instructor - Taryn Fowlands

Managing your finances can be complex. Our advisors can help keep it simple.

Wow your friends with these adorable bite size treats! Our two classes will cover both basic and advanced cake pops using a variety of methods to create amazing works of art. Participants will gain experience using cutters, creating shaped cake pops, embellishments, presentation and much more! Headingley - Community Centre, Kitchen 2 Tuesdays, November 6th & 13th 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Registration Fee: $35.00, plus $20.00 supply fee payable to instructor Register by: Wednesday, October 31st

Richelle Morgan Mobile Mortgage Specialist 204-791-3338 richelle.morgan@rbc.com

Financial planning services and investment advice are provided by Royal Mutual Funds Inc. a member company under RBC Wealth Management. Royal Mutual Funds Inc., RBC Asset Management Inc., Royal Bank of Canada, Royal Trust Corporation of Canada, The Royal Trust Company and Phillips, Hager & North Investment Management Ltd. are separate corporate entities which are affiliated. Royal Mutual Funds Inc. is licensed as a financial services firm in the province of Quebec. † Personal lending products and All personal lending products residential are offered by Royal Bank Canada and arestandard subject to its standard lending residential mortgages areand provided bymortgages Royal Bank of Canada and areofsubject to its lending criteria. criteria. Registered trademarks of Royal Bank of Canada. RBC and Royal Bank are registered trademarks of Royal Bank of Canada. ®

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Baby Rhyme Time (0 - 2 Years) Instructor - Melissa Grenkow

Songs and rhymes have endured through the ages because, basically, babies love them! Enjoy learning new and classic rhymes, action games, lap jogs and songs along with your baby. Sit back and enjoy rythmically entertaining picture books, then spend time browsing through them. There is no better way to both engage your child and pass along the gift of life long literacy than to share stories and rhymes. Headingley - Phoenix Community Centre 4 Thursdays, October 4th - October 25th 10:00 am - 11:00 am Register by: Thursday, September 27th

Headingley - Community Centre 8 Wednesdays, October 3rd - November 28th (No class October 31st) 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm Register by: Wednesday, September 26th

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Headingley Recreation Facilities

Phoenix Community Centre Headingley Community Centre 153 Seekings Street 5353 Portage Avenue

Story Fairy Magical Christmas Party (3 Years & Over) Instructor - Cindy Robin

Contact Bonnie Leullier at 889-3132, ext 1

Headingley Historical Society Meetings are held once a month from October to May. Everyone welcome! For more information call Dave Taylor 889-4248 or Pat Britton 889-2470 “To know where you are going, you have to know where you’ve been.” George Santayana

Get Your Copy Books available for sale at: • Headingley Seniors Centre, Headingley Community Centre • RM of Headingley • Headingley Library

Calling all Fairies! Calling all Fairies! Come spend an enchanting afternoon with “The Story Fairy” and craft a magical Friendship Ornament. Sip on Fairy Tea and snack on Fairy Cakes while listening to beautiful Fairy Music and enjoy Fairy Stories, interactive songs and puppet friends, games, costumes, crafts, fantasy face painting and Fairy Treasure for ALL! Parents welcome at no charge. Be sure to visit www.cindyrobin.com.

www.phoenixrec.org President: Sandra Miller president@phoenixrec.org Hockey Registration - Hockey Hutch

Headingley - Phoenix Community Centre Saturday, December 1st 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Registration Fee: $35.00 Register by: Thursday, November 22nd

Wednesday, September 5th 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Saturday, September 8th 9:00 am - NOON

Events:

Halloween Howl Family Dance - October 27th Santa Breakfast - December 8th Volunteers Needed

Movie Nights Friday, September 14th First one of the season! Volunteers Needed

Headingley Community Centre

Phoenix Recreation Baseball & Softball Registration for 2013 program in March.

Baseball Convenor baseball@phoenixrec.org

Softball Convenor softball@phoenixrec.org w w w. p h o e n i x r e c . o r g

$15.00

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Headingley

Yoga Intensive - Focus on Asana/Postures

Beginner Pickleball Clinic

Instructor - Adrienne Shum, Yoga Public

Learn to play pickleball - this court sport combines the rules of ping pong, tennis and badminton. Pickleball can be played with 2 or 4 players using a wooden paddle similar to a ping pong paddle and a plastic whiffle ball. Easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced competitive game for experienced players. Participate in ongoing drop-in sessions on Thursday afternoons for $2.00 per drop-in.

This workshop will expand upon various aspects of the yoga practice: postures, breathing and meditation. While all these components will be explored, this particular workshop will focus on postures (asana) and developing the mind-body connection. The fundamental components that transcend all of the standing, seated and supine poses will be examined. Through this you will gain a more integrated perspective of the yoga practice, as well as greater strength, flexibility and endurance. Headingley - Phoenix Community Centre Saturday, October 13th 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Registration Fee: $34.00 Register by: Thursday, October 4th

Interested in other Yoga Intensive workshops? Additional workshops are being offered: •

Yoga Intensive - Focus on Pranayama/Breathing La Salle, November 17th See page 21 for registration information

Yoga Intensive - Focus on Meditation Oak Bluff, December 8th See page 26 for registration information

Gentle Yoga for 55+

Headingley - Community Centre, MPR 10 Thursdays, October 4th - December 13th 10:00 am - 11:00 am Registration Fee: $65.00 Register by: Wednesday, September 26th Jazz’N Kids is headed into its 10th year of dance! We offer tap and jazz programs for ages 4 and up, hip hop for ages 8 and up, lyrical for ages 12 and up, as well as our very popular ladies tap class (no experience required!). The majority of our classes are offered in Headingley. Please call or email Kim for more information.

895-0438 m_kim@shaw.ca

Instructor - Jane Van Massenhoven Muscle tone using free weights and a stability ball. Tone, firm and increase your strength. Perfect for all fitness levels. Please bring a stability ball with you to class. Headingley - Phoenix Community Centre 10 Wednesdays, October 3rd - December 12th (No class October 31st) 9:30 am - 10:30 am Registration Fee: $85.00 Register by: Wednesday, September 26th

Instructor - Louise Hutton

This class is for the vast majority of us who are not very strong or flexible and would like to do yoga to help reduce stress, relieve back pain, strengthen abdominals and reclaim our general sense of well-being. Participants have a choice of using a chair or mat and each pose will have options for everyone’s flexibility levels. Please bring a yoga mat with you to class.

New sessions starting soon Adults/Youth and Children classes, evenings &weekends

Straight to the Core

Walk Safe & Strong ß

Instructor - Lorraine Marek

Confidence, Discipline, Strength

Headingley - Community Centre Thursday, October 4th 1:00 pm Registration Fee: $10.00 Register by: Monday, October 1st

Maintaining fitness and strength will help to ensure we stay independent and able to do all activities of daily living. Gentle exercises for all fitness levels, gradually proceeding at your own pace. You can do it ... one step at a time! Headingley - Community Centre 10 Wednesdays, October 10th - December 12th 10:00 am - 11:00 am Registration Fee: $60.00 Register by: Wednesday, September 26th

Pickleball Drop-In! Thursdays beginning October 4th Headingley Community Centre For more information, call the MHRD Office at 885-2444

Adult, child & family Young Tigers 4-6 classes Young Tigers 4-6 Wednesday & Saturday. Self-defence classes Adult self-defence Beginner classes daytime class

On the Trail to Fitness

Instructor - Wendy Novotny Do you ever wish the gym would come to you? Enjoy some time outdoors where we will go through simple, functional movements that can be incorporated into your hike to improve your core strength and overall health. Be prepared for some lunges, squats, planks and push-ups as well as flexibility work. Leave with a copy of the program so you can recreate the workout as often as you like! Please bring a bottle of water and backpack. Throw some 3 or 5 lb weights into your backpack for an extra workout! Dress in layers. Meet on the trail at Wescana. Headingley - Grand Trunk Trail Saturday, September 22nd 9:00 am - 10:30 am Registration Fee: $25.00 Registration Deadline: Tuesday, September 18th

Our new location, located at 5330 Monterey Road, is now open!

Circuit Express

Instructor - Jane Van Massenhoven Quick and effective circuit training, alternating between cardio and resistance, using free weights. Fun way to get a great workout with lots of variety. Focus will be on strength, balance, cardio and core. Headingley - Phoenix Community Centre 9 Mondays, October 15th - December 10th 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Registration Fee: $75.00 Register by: Wednesday, October 10th

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Direct billing available for Manitoba Health, MPI, WCB, Green Shield, Blue Cross, (VA and RCMP health ID cards accepted.

Like us on our Facebook page "Headingley Chiropractic - Dr. Suzanne."

Dr. Suzanne M. Stockmann-Mansell, B.Sc., D.C. Chiropractor 5423-B Portage Ave. Headingley, MB R4H 1H8

New Patients of all ages, 0-100, welcome! Call for an appointment (204)831-0449

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Headingley55 Plus Club Christmas Luncheon Tuesday, Dec 11th $15.00

Call Jean at 889-3132, ext 3. Purchase tickets by Dec 4th.

Front Door Stories for Fall

Instructor - Sharlene Nielsen, Front Door Stories

Meetings are held on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 1:30 pm at the Headingley Community Centre, 5353 Portage Avenue. A social time for coffee, visits, cards and games. No registration required, new members welcome. For more information please call: Rose Leclair 889-2288

Old Time Dance

Is it time for a change at YOUR front door? Join Sharlene Nielsen of Front Door Stories. She will inspire and guide you to create a seasonal container arrangement using fresh cut material as well as festive pumpkins and gourds. Headingley - Phoenix Community Centre Wednesday, October 3rd 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Registration Fee: $30.00, plus $25.00 supply fee payable to instructor Register by: Wednesday, September 26th

Hydrovac Services

“Stampin’ Sack” Christmas Cards Instructor - Melissa Grenkow

Instructor - Cesar de la Cruz

Spread a little handmade cheer - learn the techniques to make four different styles of cards. You will make a few of each of the styles and have fun exploring your creativity. Includes supplies.

Tired of sitting on the sidelines watching? Enjoy the fun and an evening out with friends while learning to waltz, fox trot and two-step. Leather soled footwear preferred.

Headingley - Community Centre, MPR Thursday, November 8th 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Registration Fee: $20.00 Register by: Thursday, November 1st

Headingley - Phoenix Community Centre 8 Fridays, October 26th - December 14th 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Registration Fee: $105.00 Register by: Thursday, October 18th

Headingley Foods 8515 Roblin Boulevard Headingley Phone 831-1834

Full Service Postal Outlet World of Water Fishing Licenses Groceries Ice Cream Archie’s Meats & Pizzas Movies Jeanne’s Cakes Hours: Monday - Friday 7:00 am - 8:00 pm Saturday 8:00 am - 8:00 pm Sunday 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Headingley library 49 Alboro Street

888-5410

Hours Monday - Friday - 9:30 am - 3:00 pm Mondays/Fridays - 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Wednesdays - 9:30 am - 8:00 pm Saturdays - 9:30 am - 12:30 pm Memberships are free of charge to Headingley residents or property owners. $30.00 per family for non residents. For information on children’s programs please check www.headingleylibrary.ca.

Hall Walking Enjoy your winter walking indoors. A great way to keep up your trekking in a safe and comfortable environment.

5353 Portage Avenue Headingley, MB A collection of artifacts showcasing the history of the petroleum industry in Canada.

Starting September 10th Headingley Community Centre Mondays & Wednesdays 9:00 am - 10:30 am Drop-in Fee: $1.00

Hours of Operation:

Everyone Welcome

May Long weekend to September Long weekend Wed-Sunday, 10am-5pm Closed Monday Tuesdays by appointment . Groups welcome.

Admission: $2, students $1, seniors $1 Displays & Features: Mock up displays of vintage gas stations including White Rose, Imperial Oil, Red Indian, Buffalo Grand, Anglo, & more. Heritage General Store selling souvenirs, curios and candy. Multi Media Room with vintage theatre seats suitable for groups or meetings. It is a walk back in time to the start of our petroleum industry.

Your Neighbourhood Convenience Store!

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The Headingley Grand Trunk Trail is the abandoned CN railway bed that traverses the municipalities of Headingley and Cartier from the Perimeter Highway to Beaudry Park. The railway bed, originally built by the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway was used. The trail covers an approximate distance of 10 kilometers. The Headingley Grand Trunk Trail Association is responsible for the development of the trail and promoting a path to health and recreation. For information on the trail or becoming a member please contact Diana Juchnowski 889-9823.

concussions at www.thinkfirst.ca • “Don’t feel right” • Difficulty concentrating • • Difficulty remembering • Fatigue or low energy • • Confusion • Drowsiness • More emotional • Irritability • Check • • • •

out our: Concussion Q and A Concussion Handouts for Parents, Players, Coaches & Teachers Return to Play Guidelines Sports and Rec Programs

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Before you Play & Return to Play!

Headingley United Church 110 Bridge Road Rev. George Davidson 896-0299 Sunday worship at 11:00 am Sunday School Everyone Welcome www.headingleyuc.org

Fall Supper - Sunday, November 11th 3 seatings - 4pm, 5pm, 6pm Headingley Dinner Theatre 30th Anniversary (and last play) Watch for us in February at the Hall

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Toll Free:1.800.665.9109

Manitoba’s #1 POLARIS dealer since 1969 now carrying VICTORY motorcycles

headingleysport.com

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