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Spring | Summer 2019

Cheerleading Camp See page 36 for info on this program.

Activities for all ages • Aquatics • Arenas Community Groups • Events • Child & Youth Facilities • Fitness • Seniors • Parks • Trails

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Programs: Spring & Summer, February 25, 2019 Aquatics: Spring & Presummer, February 25, 2019 Summer, May 6, 2019


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Whats inside County Information........................... Pages 4-10 Registration Information................... Page 11-12 Community Groups........................... Pages 15-19 Community Events............................ Pages 22-24 Child and Youth Programs.................. Pages 27-35 Active Adults..................................... Pages 38-42 Seniors 55+........................................ Pages 45-49 Parks, Forestry and Trails................... Pages 51-58 Arenas and Skating............................ Pages 61-65 Aquatics............................................ Pages 68-89 Alternate formats and communication supports available upon request. For more information contact: The Corporation of Norfolk County 50 Colborne Street South, Simcoe ON N3Y 4H3 Phone: Simcoe 519-426-5870 | Delhi 519-582-2100 Langton 519-875-4485 Fax: 519 - 426 - 8573 Email: accessibility@norfolkcounty.ca In person at any Customer Service Centre The information in this guide is current at time of printing. We do our best to ensure all information is correct. Please contact Customer Service with any questions or concerns. Simcoe Recreation Centre Customer Service: 519-426-8866 X 2233

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Norfolk County Information Life is a journey of discovery. On behalf of your new Councillors and Norfolk County, we hope that in this program you will find something that inspires you in 2019. In the words of Dr. Seuss – “You’ll never get bored when you try something new. There’s really no limit to what you can do!”

Kristal Chopp Mayor, Norfolk County

50 Colborne St S, Simcoe ON N3Y 4H3 519-426-5870 | Fax: 519-426-7633 Norfolk Mayor - Kristal Chopp X 1248 Administrative Coordinator Maureen Chunick X 1248

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The Mayor is the head of Council and the Chief Executive Officer of the Corporation of Norfolk County. The Mayor presides over Council meetings and is a member of Council-in-Committee. The Mayor interacts on a continual basis with Councillors, the municipal administration, community agencies and citizens. As head of Council, the Mayor is also the chief spokesperson on intergovernmental discussions with other municipalities, provincial and federal governments. Norfolk County: 519-426-5870 www.norfolkcounty.ca


Norfolk County County Information Council Norfolk

Ward 3 - Michael J. Columbus 519-983-2932

Ward 1 - Tom Masschaele 519-429-9736

tom.masschaele@norfolkcounty.ca

Norfolk County Information

Mayor - Kristal Chopp 519-426-5870 X 1248 kristal.chopp@norfolkcounty.ca

Ward 2 - Roger Geysens 519-688-6792

roger.geysens@norfolkcounty.ca

Ward 5 - Ian Rabbitts 519-718-1557 michael.columbus@norfolkcounty.ca chris.vanpaassen@norfolkcounty.ca ian.rabbitts@norfolkcounty.ca

Ward 5 - Ryan Taylor 519-429-9791 ryan.taylor@norfolkcounty.ca

Ward 4 - Chris Van Paassen 519-429-8260

Ward 6 - Amy Martin 519-429-9814 amy.martin@norfolkcounty.ca

Regular Meetings of Council & Council-in-Committee Occur on the first four Tuesdays of every month, except for summer and winter breaks. Meetings are scheduled to begin at 3:00 p.m. unless an early start is listed on the agenda. All agendas for meetings will be posted online at www.norfolkcounty.ca before 4:30 p.m. on the Friday preceding the meeting. Location Council Chambers, 50 Colborne Street South, Simcoe ON (unless otherwise noted on agenda). Deputations to Council Deputations are heard at Council-in-Committee on the first and third Tuesday of each month. Deputation Request forms are available on the County web page and are required to be submitted

Ward 7 - Kim Huffman 519-429-4250 kim.huffman@norfolkcounty.ca Thursday prior to the meeting. before noon on the Deputations are heard at the beginning of each meeting and each deputation is limited to a ten minute presentation. Letters or Information to Council All written letters submitted to Clerks and addressed to Mayor and Council Members will be presented to Council for consideration as an agenda item pending that the content is appropriate and they are not anonymous. Any personal information included in these letters will be released publicly. For Further Information Contact Council Services at 519-426-5870 Deputy County Clerk at X 1237 Online Meeting Schedule norfolkcounty.ca/government/mayor-and-council/ 5


Norfolk County Information Email: askus@norfolkcounty.ca Website: www.norfolkcounty.ca Use any number, dial any extension Simcoe 519-426-5870 | Delhi 519-582-2100 | Langton 519-875-4485 Health and Social Services 519-426-6170 | Website: haldimand-norfolk.org

A Access to Records . ......................................x 1261 Advertising & Sponsorship Opportunities....x 2215 Advertising in County Publications...............x 1300 After Hours;..................................1-877-298-5888 Forestry Emergencies Parks & Facilities Emergencies Public Health Emergencies Roads, Sewer, Drainage, Water, Garbage & Recycling After Hours By-law Enforcement . 1-888-310-1122 Agricultural Advisory Board..........................x 1264 Agriculture Information....................519-426-9497 Alligator Tug.................................................x 1347 Ambulance....................................................... 911 Animal Control................................. 519-586-8008 Animal Control (toll free)..............1-866-913-8008 Arenas..........................................................x 6038 Arts Centre....................................... 519-428-0540

B Babies (Infant Care)......................................x 3250 B.I.A. Representative....................................x 1239 Birth Certificates............................1-800-461-2156 Birth Control.................................................x 3225 Blue/Black Boxes (Recycling)........................x 6027 Breastfeeding.............................................. x 3250 Bridges..........................................................x 6027 Building Code...............................................x 6016 Building Permits & Inspections (Simcoe).......................................................x 6016 Building Permits & Inspections (Langton)......................................................x 6030 Burn Permits.................................................x 2412 Business Development.....................519-426-9497 Business Information........................ 519-426-9497 By-law Enforcement After Hours. 1-888-310-1122 By-law Enforcement ....................................x 6015

C Careers...............................www.norfolkcounty.ca Carillon Tower..............................................x 1340 Catch Basins.................................................x 6027 Cemeteries...................................................x 2214 Child Care Fee Assistance............................ x 3745 Clerk.............................................................x 1228 Committee of Adjustment............................x 1835 Committees and Boards...............................x 1221 Community Centres.....................................x 2226

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Community Profile Publication........519-426-9497 Composting..................................................x 6027 Connection Permits......................................x 6027 Council Information......................x 1228 or x 1237 Courts (Provincial Offences Act)...................x 2506 Customer Service.........................................x 1070 Cut/Destroy Trees Permits...........................x 2224 Chief Administrative Officer.........................x 1225

D Death Registrations......................................x 1246 Deputations to Committee/Council....................... ........................................................ x1228 or 1237 Delhi Tobacco Museum & Heritage Centre............ ......................................................... 519-582-0278 Demolition Permits (Simcoe).......................x 6016 Demolition Permits (Langton)......................x 6030 Dental Health.............................................. x 3229 Development Programs (Business)..............x 1264 Dog Tags ......................................................x 1070 Drainage – Roadside.....................................x 6027

E Economic Development...................519-426-9497 Elections – Municipal..................... x 1228 or 1237 Emergencies - After Hours............1-877-298-5888 Forestry Emergencies Parks & Facilities Emergencies Public Health Emergencies Roads, Sewer, Drainage, Garbage & Recycling Employment.......................www.norfolkcounty.ca Entrance Permits..........................................x 6027 Environmental Assessment Grant Program.....x 1264 Events Calendar................................ 519-426-9497 Experience Guide (Tourism).............519-426-9497

F Facade Improvement Program.....................x 1264 Facility Rental...............................................x 2226 Farmers Markets – (All)....................519-426-9497 Farmers Market (Simcoe).............................x 2215 Fence Viewing............................................. x 1237 Festival & Events Calendar...............519-426-9497 Festival and Events (Special Events Application).... .....................................................................x 1331 Filming Guidelines........................................x 1264 Finance.........................................................x 1242

Norfolk County: 519-426-5870 www.norfolkcounty.ca


Norfolk County Information

Fire Administration...................................... x 2412 Fire Permits & Inspections.......................... x 2402 Flags.............................................................x 1226 Facilities- Rental...........................................x 2226 Food Handlers Course..................................x 3231 Food Poisoning.............................x 3231 or x 3245 Food Safety...................................................x 3231 Forest Conservation Services.......................x 2224 Freedom of Information...............................x 1261

G Garbage Collection.......................................x 6027 Genealogy Archive & Record . .....................x 2214

H Health & Social Services...............................x 3121 Health Unit...................................................x 3200 Healthy Babies Healthy Children..................x 3250 Healthy Smiles Ontario.................................x 3229 Heritage and Culture....................................x 1347 Home for Aged (Norview Lodge)......519-426-0902 Home Ownership (Affordable).....................x 3234 Housing (Social)............................x 3748 or x 3234 Human Resources........................................x 6008 Hunting Licences..........................................x 6021 Hydrant Maintenance..................................x 6027

I Immunization...............................................x 3472 Incentives for Business.................................x 1264 Infectious Diseases.......................................x 3232 Industrial Parks and Development................x1264 Information (Agriculture).................519-426-9497 Information (Business).....................519-426-9497 Information (Tourism)...................1-800-699-9038 Inspections – Building (Simcoe)....................x 6016 Inspections- Building (Langton)..................x 6030 Inspections – Fire........................................ x 2402 Inspections – Health....................... x 3231 or 3245 Inspections – Plumbing (Simcoe).................x 6016 Inspections- Plumbing (Langton)................x 6030 Inspections- Water and Sewer...................x 6027

J Job Opportunities...............www.norfolkcounty.ca

Norfolk County Information

Email: askus@norfolkcounty.ca Website: www.norfolkcounty.ca Use any number, dial any extension Simcoe 519-426-5870 | Delhi 519-582-2100 | Langton 519-875-4485 Health and Social Services 519-426-6170 | Website: haldimand-norfolk.org

L Land Use........................................................x1849 Leisure Services............................................x 2233 Libraries (Delhi)............................................x 6035 Libraries (Port Dover)...................................x 6036 Libraries (Port Rowan)..................................x 6037 Libraries (Simcoe).........................................x 6010 Libraries (Waterford)....................................x 6034 Livestock Evaluator . ....................................x 6015 Local Food Guide.............................. 519-426-9497 Long Term Care(Norview Lodge)......519-426-0902 Licences........................................................x 1070

M Map and Local Food Guide...............519-426-9497 Marketing Partner Program.........................x 1300 Marriage Ceremonies...................x 1228 or x 1237 Marriage Licences........................x 1223 or x 1241 Mayor’s Office..............................................x 1220 Minor Variances...........................................x 1835 Moving Oversize Loads Permits...................x 6027 Municipal Drains..........................................x 6027 Municipal Elections........................ x 1228 or 1237 Museums......................................................x 1347

N Needle Exchange..........................................x 3232 Norfolk Arts Centre.......................... 519-428-0540 Norfolk County Records...............................x 1261 Norview Lodge................................. 519-426-0902

O OPP – Non Emergency...................1-888-310-1122 Occupancy Permits (Simcoe)........................x 6016 Occupancy Permits (Langton)......................x 6030 On-Site Sewage Disposal Permits (Simcoe).. x 6013 On-Site Sewage Disposal Permits(Langton).x 6030 Ontario Renovates.......................................x 3234 Ontario Works & Social Assistance..............x 3132 Oversize Load Moving Permit......................x 6027

P Paramedic Services...................................... x 2407 Parenting..................................................... x 3250 Parking- includes tickets...............................x 6015 Parks, Facilities & Recreation.......................x 2200 Personal Service Settings.............................x 3232

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Norfolk County Information Email: askus@norfolkcounty.ca Website: www.norfolkcounty.ca Use any number, dial any extension Simcoe 519-426-5870 | Delhi 519-582-2100 | Langton 519-875-4485 Health and Social Services 519-426-6170 | Website: haldimand-norfolk.org Planning . .....................................................x 1340 Planning Zoning Amendments or Variances ....... x 1849 Plumbing Permits and Inspections (Simcoe) ....... x 6016 Plumbing Permits and Inspections (Langton) ......x 6030 Police – Norfolk Detachment...........519-426-3434 Police Services Board . .................................x 1248 Pools.............................................................x 2233 Port Dover Harbour Marina.............519-583-1581 Port Dover Harbour Museum...........519-583-2660 Port Rowan Harbour Marina........................x 2208 Prenatal Classes............................................x 3250 Preschool Speech and Language Program ......x 3243 Programs – Instructional..............................x 2233 Programs – March Break..............................x 2233 Programs – Marketing..................................x 1300 Programs – Recreational..............................x 2233 Programs – Seniors.......................................x 2233 Programs – Summer.....................................x 2233 Promotion of Local Business........................x 1300 Property – Available Industrial.....................x 1264 Property Line Fences Dispute.......................x 1237 Provincial Offences Act Administration........x 2506 Public Health............................................... x 3200 Public Libraries.............................................x 6009 Public Works.................................................x 6027

R Rabies...........................................................x 3245 Rain Barrels..................................................x 6027 Recreation....................................................x 2233 Recycling......................................................x 6027 Rent Geared-to-Income Housing............................ ..................................................... x 3748 or x 3234 Road Excavation/Occupancy Permit............x 6027 Roads – Development..................................x 6027 Roads – Maintenance and Ditching..............x 6027 Roads – Signage............................................x 6027 Road Cut Permit...........................................x 6027 Road Damage Deposits................................x 6027

S Safe Drinking Water (Private Wells).............x 3245 Seasonal Housing.........................................x 3245 Senior Programs...........................................x 2233 Seniors (Norview Lodge)..................519-426-0902 Septic System Inspections (Simcoe).............x 6016 Septic System Inspections(Langton).............x 6030 Severances....................................................x1835 Sewer Connection Permits...........................x 6027 Sewer Rodding.............................................x 6027

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Sexual Health............................................... x 3225 Sexually Transmitted Infections.................. x 3225 Sidewalk Maintenance.................................x 6027 Signage (Directional for Business)................x 1264 Smoking Cessation.......................................x 3278 Snow Removal..............................................x 6027 Social Housing ..............................x 3748 or x3234 Speech and Language Program....................x 3243 Street Lights..................................1-855-647-6589 Swimming.....................................................x 2233

T Tax Collection...............................................x 1666 Taxi Licences.................................................x 1070 Teeterville Pioneer Museum (May – September).. ......................................................... 519-443-4400 Tile Drainage................................................x 6027 Tile Drainage Loans......................................x 6027 Tourism and Economic Development.................... ......................................................... 519-426-9497 Tourism Marketing & Development.............x 1300 Traffic Signals.............................................. x 6027 Traffic Tickets (not parking)..........................x 2506 Trails.............................................................x 2215 Transfer Station (Waste)..............................x 6027 Tree Control By-law......................................x 2224 Trees.............................................................x 2224

V Vaccines.......................................................x 3472 Visitors Information......................1-800-699-9038 Volunteer Firefighters..................................x 2412 Volunteer Placements .................................x 3739

W Waste Management.....................................x 6027 Waterford Heritage and Ag. Museum.519-443-4211 Water Connection Permits...........................x 6027 Watering Restrictions...................................x 6027 Water Testing (Private Wells)......................x 3245 Welfare Fraud Hotline...................1-800-394-7867 Water Meters...............................................x 6027

Norfolk County: 519-426-5870 www.norfolkcounty.ca


NorfolkCounty CountyParks Information Norfolk and Recreation Teams

Recreation Programs Team

Parks & Recreation

Top Left: Ingrid Zyma-Irvin, Recreation Coordinator-Adults/Seniors,X 2303 ingrid.zyma-irvin@norfolkcounty.ca Susie Wray, Supervisor, Community Programs, X 2313 susie.wray@norfolkcounty.ca Jayne Aldridge, Recreation Programmer, X 2302 jayne.aldridge@norfolkcounty.ca Merisa Kriwez, Recreation Coordinator-Child/Youth & Special Events, X 2222 merisa.kriwez@norfolkcounty.ca Bottom Left: Rachael Lolua, Recreation Programmer, X 2234 rachael.lolua@norfolkcounty.ca Lisa Girard, Recreation Coordinator-Fitness & Active Living, X 2227 lisa.girard@norfolkcounty.ca

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Nicole, Boyd-Cudney, Supervising Instructor Guard, X 2272 nicole.boyd-cudney@norfolkcounty.ca Lisa DeSerrano, Supervisor, Aquatics, X 2231 lisa.deserrano@norfolkcounty.ca Sheree Brame, Supervising Instructor Guide X 2271 sheree.brame@norfolkcounty.ca Vicki Rutherford, Supervising Instructor Guard, X 2270 vicki.rutherford@norfolkcounty.ca

Full Time Aquatics Staff

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Norfolk County Information

Simcoe Recreation Centre (home of the Annaleise Carr Aquatic Centre) 182 South Dr. Simcoe, ON (Norfolk County Fairgrounds) Mailing Address: 95 Culver St., Simcoe, ON N3Y 2V5 Call us at: 519-426-5870 x 2233 or Fax us at: 519- 426-0300


Norfolk County Information Customer Service Team Top Left:

Adie MacDonald Customer Service Representative X 2233 recreation@norfolkcounty.ca Jason Campbell, Customer Service Representative X 2233 recreation@norfolkcounty.ca Holly Vallee Accounting Clerk, Revenue X 2204 holly.vallee@norfolkcounty.ca

Bottom Left:

Janet Wilcox, Customer Service Representative X 2233 recreation@norfolkcounty.ca Nikki Slote, Manager, Administrative and Client Services X 2208 nikki.slote@norfolkcounty.ca

Community Services Division Contact Information Community Services encompasses a diverse range of community oriented services. These services include: Fire Department, Paramedic Services; Parks and Recreation; Public Transportation; Administrative and Client Services; Port Dover Marina and Port Rowan Marina. Community Services, 95 Culver Street, Simcoe, Ontario, N3Y 2V5 519-426-5870 Fax: 519-426-0059 General Manager, Community Services: X 2206................................................... Bill Cridland Manager, Administrative and Client Services: X 2208.......................................... Nikki Slote Public Transportation/Business Development Coordinator: X 2275................... Blaire Sylvester Director, Parks and Recreation: X 2202................................................................. Todd Shoemaker Facility Booking Clerk: X 2226.............................................................................. Cassidy Rathwell Supervisor, Parks and Recreation Operations, (East): X 2216.............................. Mark Bouw Supervisor, Parks and Recreation Operations, (West): X 2273............................ Adam Kannawin Supervisor, Trails and Cemeteries: X 2215........................................................... Mark Boerkamp Supervisor, Forestry: X 2224................................................................................ Adam Biddle Arborist: X 2245.............................................................................................. Blair Kogut Parks and Recreation Operations Clerk: X 2214.................................................. Debbie McIntyre-Salens Manager, Marinas, Port Dover and Port Rowan: X 2225......................................Janet Blackburn Summer (April 1-October 31) contact number: 519-583-1581 Port Rowan Marina Summer (May 1-October 15) Dockage inquiries: X 2204................................................................................... Holly Vallee Fire Department: 519-426-5870 Fire Chief: X 2400................................................................................................... Terry Dicks Deputy Fire Chief: X 2403.................................................................................... Gord Stilwell Assistant Deputy Fire Chief: X 2404..................................................................... Scott Pipe Community Safety Officer: X 2423...................................................................... John Verboom Fire Prevention Officer: X 2402........................................................................... Michael Atkins Chief, Paramedic Services: X 2411........................................................................ Sarah Page Deputy Chief, Paramedic Services: X 2410.......................................................... Dean Casement 10

Norfolk County: 519-426-5870 www.norfolkcounty.ca


Norfolk County Information How to Register for Recreation Programs & Aquatic Classes

Regular Hours Monday to Friday – 7am-9pm Saturdays – 8am to 8pm Sundays – 7:30am to 3:00pm Summer Hours (July & August) Monday to Thursday – 7am-9pm Fridays – 7am – 7pm Saturdays 7am – 3:30pm Sundays 9am – 2:30pm *Hours are subject to change.

Recreation Programs:

Aquatics:

Opens Monday, February 25, 2019 at 6:00 pm

February 25, 2019 at 6:00 pm

Contact the Customer Service Team at: 519-426-8866 x2233,recreation@norfolkcounty.ca or visit us in person at the Simcoe Recreation Centre located at 182 South Drive, Simcoe, home of the Annaleise Carr Aquatic Centre. The Customer Service team are always on hand to answer all of your recreational programming needs – whether it be for Children, Seniors, Adults or for Aquatics. Other services available include: • Receive Information & Purchase Transit Tickets for Ride Norfolk or South Coast Shuttle • Renew your Norfolk County Burn Permit • Purchase your Municipal Hunting License for Rabbits & Pheasants • Register for Day Camps, workshops, swimming lessons and more • Purchase a Membership Card for Swimming, Fitness or Aquafit • Purchase a Gift Certificate to give to that special someone • Pay for any Norfolk County Facility Booking for all arenas, community halls, field usage or pavilions

Registration Options Three Ways to Register

In Person

At the Simcoe Recreation Centre

Online

nora.norfolkcounty.ca

By phone

Automated Home Registration 519-426-2213 Customer Service at the Simcoe Recreation Centre, 519-426-8866 X 2233

Spring & Presummer

Spring & Summer Opens Monday, Summer

Opens Monday, May 6, 2019 at 6:00 pm

If registering in person, the queue begins at 5:30 pm. See the Customer Service Desk for your number. Registration deadline for programs is one week before start date. • Please note that registration is on a first come, first serve basis • One person may register a maximum of 2 families • Early registration is not available

Payment Options • We accept cash, cheque, debit card or credit card (Visa, Mastercard & AMEX) • Online registrations require credit card use. Visa Debit is NOT accepted • Cheques are to be made payable to Norfolk County. Post-dated cheques are NOT accepted • NSF cheques are subject to a $39.75 Administrative Fee and require immediate correction for continued participation • Norfolk County believes that everyone should have an opportunity to participate, and fees should not be a barrier. If you are in need of financial assistance for programs please contact the Manager, Administrative & Client Services (519-426-5870 x2208) to review options Please NOTE: • Full payment MUST be made at time of registration • For refund/withdrawal information please see the section “Swim Lesson & Recreation Program Cancellations/Withdrawals/Refunds" on page 12

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Norfolk County Information

Customer Service at the Simcoe Recreation Cenre


Norfolk County Information Program & Aquatics, Class Cancellations & Refunds Cancellations may be made due to unforeseen circumstances including, but not limited to: insufficient registrations, weather, equipment malfunctions, emergencies, pool foulings, etc. Staff will always make every effort to contact participants prior to the start time of the program. Cancellations will be announced on myFM 98.9, Facebook @NorfolkRecreation and Twitter @Norfolkrec REMEMBER – Please Register Early to Avoid Disappointment of Cancelled Courses. Swim Lesson & Recreation Program Cancellations/Withdrawals/Refunds • In order to provide quality programs the Parks & Recreation Department may cancel a program due to insufficient registration. In the event that your aquatics lesson or program is cancelled credits will be automatically applied to your account. Refunds can be requested. • Cancellations due to inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances may occur from time to time. We do our best to minimize these cancellations and we will try to notify participants with as much notice as possible. In the event of an aquatics lesson being cancelled, a pro-rated credit will be automatically applied to your account. There will be no refunds. • Absences from programs will not be credited. Account credits may be given for extended absences due to injury or other extenuating circumstances. • Registrants can request to be withdrawn from an aquatics or recreational program up to one week prior to the start of the session. A full program credit will be applied to the Customer Account. If a registrant is withdrawn from a program less than 1 week prior to the start of the session or program start date, a credit will only be applied in the event that program/course is not jeopardized by insufficient registration. • There will be NO refunds granted unless for medical reasons. All withdrawals for medical reasons will be pro-rated based on classes completed at the time the refund request is received. 12

Simcoe Recreation Centre Room Rentals The hall is available for rentals as one large space for recreation programs, seminars, and formal functions. The Norfolk Room and Dogwood Room can also be combined into one large room. Rooms available from 6:30am-12 midnight. Hourly and full day rates available.

Norfolk Room

Seating Capacity: 65-120 Adjacent to kitchen, pull down screen, podium, projector, sound system, bar, fully accessible.

Dogwood Room

Seating Capacity: 25-60 Pull down screen, projector, podium, sound system, bar, fully accessible. *Combining both rooms offers a seating capacity of 180-200.

Arena Lounge

Seating Capacity: 65-175 Kitchen, accessible

Note: This facility is not available for Buck & Does or weddings. Capacity numbers are

approximate and vary based on set up.

For a complete list of available halls owned and operated by Norfolk County, visit: www.norfolkcounty.ca/events/event-locations

If you are looking for a space to offer programs or your next special event, contact: Cassidy Rathwell, Facility Booking Clerk x 2226 Norfolk County: 519-426-5870 www.norfolkcounty.ca


Norfolk County Information Owned and operated by Norfolk County.

Hall Charlotteville Community Centre (Walsh Hall)

Seating Capacity: 80 Kitchen, bar, stage

Address 1262 Turkey Point Road, Walsh

Booking Number Linda: 519-875-3246

Courtland Lions Community Centre

Linda Belore: 226-970-1831 Contact the Hall: 519-688-9258 courtlandcc@norfolkcounty.ca

Langton Community Centre

Derek Debruyn: 519-403-4261 Contact the Hall: 519-875-2657 langtoncc@norfolkcounty.ca

272 Main Street, Seating Capacity: 300 Kitchen, bar, stage, podium, sound system, fully Courtland accessible 28 Albert Street, Seating Capacity: 300 hall, 40 meeting room Kitchen, bar, stage, podium, sound system, fully Langton accessible

Port Dover Lions Community Centre

801 St. George Street, Seating Capacity: 500 hall, 75 meeting room Kitchen, bar, stage, podium, sound system, fully Port Dover accessible 95 Hamilton Plank Road, Port Dover Kinsmen Scout Hall Port Dover Seating Capacity: 125 meeting room

Port Rowan Community Centre

14 College Avenue, Seating Capacity: 350 hall, 35 meeting room Kitchen, bar, stage, podium, sound system, fully Port Rowan accessible

Shirley Massecar: 519-429-0964 pdcc@norfolkcounty.ca Cassidy Rathwell: 519-426-8866 x 2226 Ed VanHamme: 519-502-6594 Contact the Hall: 519-586-2531 ptrcc@norfolkcounty.ca

Simcoe Recreation Centre

See page 12 for amenities at this facility

182 South Drive, Simcoe

Cassidy Rathwell: 519-426-8866 x 2226

South Walsingham Women's Institute Hall

2070 Main Street, Walsingham

Diane: 519-586-7775 or Jan: 519-410-5826

80 Queen Street, St. Williams

Wendy Cook: 519-502-7220 Contact the Hall: 519-586-7911 stwcc@norfolkcounty.ca

St. Williams Community Centre

Seating Capacity: 190 Kitchen, bar, stage, podium, fully accessible

Vittoria & District Community Centre

Seating Capacity: 260 hall, 95 meeting room & 17 Oakes Boulevard, 65 lounge Vittoria Kitchen, bar, stage, podium, sound system, fully accessible

Vittoria Town Hall

Seating Capacity: 80 - 100 Kitchen, stage, fully accessible

Waterford & District Lions Community Centre

Seating Capacity: 140 hall, 60 meeting room Kitchen, bar

Drew Hemsley: 226-387-0732 Contact the Hall: 519-426-0465 vdcc@norfolkcounty.ca

1538 Old Brock Street, Vittoria

Drew Hemsley: 226-387-0732

53 West Church Street Waterford

Bob & Mary: 519-443-7164 Contact the Hall: 519-443-4953

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Community Halls


 Indoor Pool, Sauna, Steam Room & Hot Tub  Over 9000 Sq. Ft of Weight Training and Cardio Space  Spin Bike, Yoga, Core, Aquafit, HIIT, & Total Body Fitness Classes  Personal Training  35+ Cardio Machines  Newly Renovated Change Rooms 385 Queensway West, Simcoe www.norfolkfitnesscentre.com.com 1.519.426.4751 Ext. 176

Simcoe Animal Hospital Dr. Tracey Gardiner

Watch our website for details

& Associates Helping the residents of Norfolk County and surrounding areas keep their pets happy and healthy for over 50 years! Hours by Appointment: Monday - Friday 8:00am - 12:00pm & 2:00pm - 6:00pm Saturday 8:00am - 1:00pm

16 Decou Road, Simcoe | 519-426-0111 www.simcoeanimalhospital.com

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Parade of Champions

Community Groups The Sky's the Limit!

Financial Assistance for Sports, Art and Dance Participating in sport is a part of a healthy lifestyle. Having fun through recreation can help kids make new friends, develop leadership skills, deal with stress, increase their physical activity levels and improve their overall health. When families face financial difficulties, registration fees are often the first to be cut from their budgets. Norfolk County Parks and Recreation has partnered with organizations that can assist families who are experiencing financial shortfalls. Funds are available for children ages 4 to 18 years. Canadian Tire Jumpstart and Norfolk KidSport are local funding organizations that can help your child be part of the fun and learning. Money is available for registration fees or equipment. • Funding available for incomes lower than $40,000 • An application form must be filled out for each child • Please allow 3 weeks for approvals • All applications need supporting documentation before funding can be approved Applications can be picked up at the Simcoe Recreation Centre or by contacting Lisa Girard x 2227 or lisa.girard@norfolkcounty.ca 15

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Community Groups Baseball/Softball Delhi Minor Ball

delhiminorball.com

Port Dover Ladies 3 Pitch

Sherry Mott

519-410-3888

Port Dover Minor Baseball

Glen Tweedie

tweed_11@hotmail.com

Port Dover Minor Softball

Peter Timpf

519-427-4280

Simcoe Minor Baseball

Cory Moulton

519-429-9459

Simcoe Mixed Slowpitch

Derek Breese

519-718-2535

Vittoria Minor Ball

Dianne Lacoste

Waterford Mixed Slopitch

Beth Ellwood

226-567-0858

Waterford Softball

Melissa Stephens

519-761-3606

General Interest

ptimpf@sympatico.ca

derekbreese2535@gmail.com deelacoste68@hotmail.com blellwood2008@hotmail.com waterfordwolfpack@gmail.com

Nikki Cambell-Schram 226-567-5500 www.artwithheartstudio.ca

Art with Heart Artist Workshop Badminton Club Dragon Boat Racers

Lynn Kennedy MaryAnn Townsend

519-428-0685 519-443-5232

Carol Mummery

invasionofthedragons@gmail.com

Haldimand Norfolk Area Geocachers (HNAG) Brent Smith The Links at Dover Coast (golf and pickleball) Manny Borges

hnag@kwic.com

519-583-2118

Lynn Valley Trail Association

Dave Challen

golfatdovercoast.com dchallen@sympatico.ca

Lynn Valley Voices

Janice Ketchen

Nature’s Calling Environmental Education

Bernie Solymar

thevoice@nor-del.com

Newcomers and Friends Club

Janet Lala

519-583-0514

Norfolk English Country Dancers

Dennis

519-426-1733

Norfolk County Roller Derby

Angela Caswell

norfolkcountyrollerderby@gmail.com

Pickleball

Merisa Kriwez

Port Dover Community Choir

Janice Ketchen

519-426-5870 x 2222 226-400-1399

Port Dover Power & Sail Squadron

Runner’s Den Port Dover 16

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519-410-7376

info@naturescalling.ca

thevoice@nor-del.com

port-dover.cps-ecp.org

Port Dover Yacht Club Sailing School Port Dover Tennis Club

226-400-1399

Hadley Jackson

519-583-1246

pdycsailingschool.com

portdovertennisclub@hotmail.com

Scot Brockbank @NorfolkRec

519-583-3100

Norfolk County: 519-426-5870 www.norfolkcounty.ca


Community Groups ... General Interest continued Senior Games, Brant-Haldimand-Norfolk

Ingrid Zyma-Irvin

Simcoe Curling Club

info@simcoecurlingclub.ca

Simcoe & District Horticulture Society

Helen Uren

226-567-5833

Simcoe Radio-Control Flying Club

Ed Martin

519-426-2933

Simcoe Lawn Bowling Club

Tom Brightman

Special Olympics

Shirley Shaw

519-426-2522 519-410-1748

Turkey Point Mountain Bike Club

Rob Luke

Waterford Heritage Trail Association Windham Sports Martial Arts

sarah.harrigan@gmail.com emartin9999@gmail.com

shirleyallenshaw@gmail.com

robwluke@gmail.com

otha@oldtownhall.org

Frank Woodcock Heidi Mungal

waterfordheritagetrail@yahoo.ca windhamsports@outlook.com

Dennis Gray's Simcoe Martial Arts

Dennis Gray

226-440-3334

Norfolk Iaido & Kendo Club Tai Chi Wado Kai Karate – Delhi Wado Kai Karate – Jarvis

Dr. David Brunarski Arnold & Dorothy Shaw Jim Atkinson Marco Reyes

519-426-8656 519-426-9411 519-446-3555 519-909-9438

Wado Kai Karate – Simcoe Karate Kids

Marco Reyes

519-909-9438

Wado Kai Karate – Simcoe South

Tom Foster

519-582-3737

Wado Kai Karate – North Simcoe Wado Kai Karate – Port Dover Minor Hockey/Figure Skating

Rod Philip Tim McCullough

519-426-1986 519-718-8665

Delhi Minor Hockey

Michael Vanwynsberghe

Delhi Minor Hockey Moms

Cindi Elliot

Figure Skating Club, Delhi

mitch@delhirockets.com hockeymoms@delhirockets.com

www.delhiskatingclub.com

Figure Skating Club, Langton

www.langtonskatingclub.com

Figure Skating Club, Port Dover

Carrie Jackson

Figure Skating Club, Waterford

Jennifer Bard

Langton Minor Hockey

Kendell Zajac

thecountryfork@gmail.com

Norfolk Admirals (Spring Hockey Club)

Will Wall

nabook@stixnpix.com

Norfolk Herricanes, Girls Hockey

Marg Bauer

Recreation Customer Service x 2233 Online Registration: nora.norfolkcounty.ca

519-583-9097

portdoverskatingclub@gmail. com

519-427-8685

519-429-4081

mbauer1905@gmail.com

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Community Groups

Waterford Old Town Hall

519-426-8866 x 2303


Community Groups ...Minor Hockey/Figure Skating continued Port Dover Minor Hockey

Pat Meahan

519-427-8879

Port Dover Sailors Jr. C

Andrea Barber

519-583-2112 x 4

Simcoe Minor Hockey

Martin Jefferson

416-418-3236

Waterford District Minor Hockey

Dwayne Schira

patmeahan@yahoo.ca andrea.barber2112@gmail.com mjefferson@globalstar.ca president@waterfordwildcats.ca

Youth Groups 226-567-4258

Vittoria & District Minor Sports

Dianne Lacoste

Delhi Kinsmen Waterdragons

Melinda Howard

Xtreme Volleyball

Stan Goch

Girl Guides of Canada, Port Dover

Susan Chambers

Girl Guides of Canada, Simcoe

Nancy Neidrauer

Crystal Lake Conservatory

519-805-2166 info@crystallakeconveratory.com

Langton Soccer

Ian Christopher

langtonfc.ca

Lisa Naves Dance Company

Lisa Naves

519-426-9300

Norfolk Hammerheads Aquatic Club

norfolkhammerheads@gmail.com www.hammerheads.ca

Norfolk Soccer Club, Delhi

norfolksoccerclub@hotmail.ca

Norfolk Youth Basketball Association Norfolk Youth Volleyball Club/Norfolk County Chaos

Jean Montgomery

519-426-5433

Jamie Brownlee

jamie.brownlee@outlook.com

Port Dover Dance Academy

Office

519-583-3969

Port Dover, Port Rowan & Simcoe Skateboard Parks Port Dover Steelheads Football

Norfolk County

519-426-5870

Leroy Foster

519-909-9321 519-583-3173

(ages 7 – 10)

Port Dover Yacht Club Sailing School

Lisa Marr

deelacoste68@hotmail.com

519-426-6168 519-582-1133

simcoextreme@gmail.com

519-583-1780 519-429-4190

nancy.neidrauer@hotmail.com

pdycsailingschool.com

Scouts Canada, Lynn Valley

Brian Elder

Simcoe & District Youth Soccer Club

clubmanager@simcoesoccer.ca

SDYSC Challenger Soccer Camp

L. Chanyi-Baruth

Simcoe Glider Gymnastics Club

519-428-5119

Simcoe Minor Lacrosse

Patrick Bergsma

smlapresident@gmail.com

South Coast Special Needs Kids

Diane Vrooman

bdvrooman@me.com

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@NorfolkRec

belder@amtelecom.net

519-410-7171

l.chanyibaruth@gmail.com Gliders_gymnastics@hotmail.com

Norfolk County: 519-426-5870 www.norfolkcounty.ca


Community Groups

Norfolk County Recreation Affiliate Organizations

School Rentals are now booked online! Here's how:

• First register your name or group on the website • Once you have been registered you may submit your application for a rental permit • This is an application only, and the permit is not confirmed until you receive a copy of the actual permit by e-mail • If you are a Norfolk County Recreation Affiliated Organization, you will fill out your permits accordingly. Rental fees will apply, but are currently subsidized based on the type of rental • If you have any questions call Cassidy Rathwell x 2226

Public Schools (Grand Erie District School Board) visit: www.granderie.ca. Catholic Schools (Brant-Haldimand-Norfolk Catholic District School Board) visit: www.bhncdsb.ca.

Our Mission

The purpose of SPORT NORFOLK is to be the “one coordinated voice” for recreational and competitive sport and physical activity in Norfolk County. For more information, please contact Ingrid Zyma-Irvin x 2303.

Our Goals

1. To be a collective voice for ensuring equitable access (affordability, transportation, facility access) to opportunities for physical activity for all in Norfolk County. 2. Ensure high quality and accessible sport and recreation programs are in place throughout Norfolk County. 3. Increase the number of physical activity and ability opportunities for all ages. 4. A skilled, trained and committed volunteer base is involved in local sports and recreation in Norfolk County.

Visit us online at www.sportnorfolk.ca

Do you teach a craft or have a skill you’d like to share? We’re looking for local talent to expand our recreation workshops & skill camps! Contact Ingrid x 2303

Recreation Customer Service x 2233 Online Registration: nora.norfolkcounty.ca

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Community Groups

If your group is a non-profit recreational organization based in Norfolk County, you might want to consider becoming a Norfolk County Affiliated Group. Doing so can help with some of your costs for school rentals. Contact Cassidy Rathwell, Facility Booking Clerk, at x 2226 for an application package. Once you are accepted as an affiliate, you may register with the school board as a non-profit affiliate and book your program.

Sport Norfolk


NORFOLK COUNTY

SPORTS HALL OF RECOGNITION How to Nominate a Great Athlete, Coach or Builder of Sport

All nominees must meet the following criteria:

The Sports Hall of Recognition Committee does not nominate potential inductees. Instead, nomination packages must be submitted from individuals or organizations in the community. Nominations are scored by a subcommittee.

Individual Athletes:

If applicants receive 80 points or greater, they are recommended to the full committee for induction. Up to four individuals may be chosen for induction each year. Provincial winning teams from 1900 to 2000 have been recognized in ceremonies in the communities of Delhi, Waterford, Simcoe, Langton and Port Dover. Since 2001, provincial winning teams are recognized at Council or at the Parade of Champions, held during the Norfolk County Fair.

All nominations should include the following information:

• Personal contact information about the applicant • Years of service or involvement in sport • Level of service or competition (community, district, provincial, national, international) • Other awards won • Documentation to support the nomination (newspaper articles, magazines, Professional Trade Magazines, Sport Newsletters) • Photos of the individual in action • Minimum of two references • How has the applicant given back to the community

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• Born, raised or lived in Norfolk County for at least 5 years • Achieved outstanding accomplishments in athletics at the local, provincial and/or national level • Has brought positive recognition to our County • Has given back to the community

Builders:

• Contributed to sport in Norfolk as a Coach, Manager, Organizer, Administrator, Official or Builder OR contributed financially for many years as a sponsor • Served at the local, provincial or national Level for more than 10 years • Has given back to the community

Deadline for applications each year is December 1st Forward all completed applications to: Susie Wray Supervisor, Community Programs c/o 95 Culver Street, Simcoe, Ontario N3Y 2V5 Or deliver in person to: Simcoe Recreation Centre 182 South Drive, Simcoe

Visit www.norfolksports.ca for a nomination form!


Visit the Sports Hall of Recognition inside the Simcoe Recreation Centre

We’re looking for volunteers & directors Forward all completed applications to:

Susie Wray Supervisor, Community Programs susie.wray@norfolkcounty.ca c/o 95 Culver Street, Simcoe, Ontario N3Y 2V5

Visit us online at www.norfolksports.ca

PARADE OF

CHAMPIONS

NYBA (under 16) Provincial Cup Champions 2018

Each year Norfolk County produces some excep�onal athletes and teams. Norfolk County Council and the Norfolk County Sports Hall of Recogni�on, partner to recognize champions who have medaled at the Provincial, Na�onal and Interna�onal level of spor�ng compe��on.

If you are a champion at this level or know a Norfolk local who is, please contact Lisa Girard at 519-426-8866 Ext. 2227 to be included in our next Parade of Champions. 21


Community Events Recreation Expo

Norfolk County is hosting a sport and activity information day. Register for your favourite sports activity or just see what's available in Norfolk County! Monday, February 25 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Free Simcoe Recreation Centre For more information or to book a free space for your organization, please contact Lisa Girard Ext. 2227 or email lisa.girard@norfolkcounty.ca

Earth Day 2019

Join us for a live animal show! We will have crafts, face-painting, games and more! This is a partnership between the LPRCA and Norfolk County. Please dress for the weather. This event is rain or shine! Sunday, April 28 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm Free Backus Heritage Conservation Area

Star Party

Bring your lawn chairs and get ready to view the star lit sky. This family event is in partnership with the North Shore Erie Amateur Astronomers. They will bring the telescopes and answer all your questions.  Join us for hot chocolate and make your own s'mores over the fire bowl. This event is weather permitting. Saturday, April 13 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm Free Win-Del Park - Windham Centre 22

Pond Dipping at Backus Heritage CA


Community Events Fathers Day at Waterford North

Celebrate Fathers Day with us at Waterford North Conservation Area! Create a craft for dad, try your hand at pond dipping for critters, go on a scavenger hunt and explore the ponds on a canoe. End the afternoon by the fire for a hot dog roast and s'mores! Saturday, June 15 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Free Waterford North Conservation Area

Watch for us at local events!

Exhibiting at the following events:

Community Events

Lynn River Music & Arts Festival August 3, 4 & 5 Simcoe Children's Fishing Derby Saturday, July 6 Backus Heritage Conservation Area Strawberry Festival Saturday, June 15 Delhi

Week of the Child Events - Save the Dates! These events are planned by the Week of the Child & Youth H-N Committee to celebrate our children & youth. The Committee plans two events every year, one in Haldimand County and one in Norfolk County. Trucks to Touch

Trucks to Touch

Sunday, September 15, 2019 1-3pm Jukasa Motor Speedway, Hagersville

Open Mic in the Park

Saturday, September 21, 2019 7-10pm Location- TBA | Ages: 13-18 Performers register by phone or text 519-429-8720

Check out pages 27-36 for more information on

Child & Youth March Break and Summer programs!

Recreation Customer Services x 2233 Online Registration: nora.norfolkcounty.ca

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Community Events

June is Recreation Month! Join us for these FREE Recreation Month activities in June! Cardio Blast and Tone

Join this energizing fitness class! This combination class includes cardio and strength training. Monday, June 3 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Langton - Sacred Heart School Instructor: Lisa Girard

Fitseekers Cardio & Strength Training Mornings

Try this energizing fitness class! It includes a combination of cardio & strength training. Bring your own weights, mat & water. Thursday, June 6 9:00 am - 10:00 am Delhi Arena, Multi Purpose Room Instructor: Lisa Girard

School's out Splash Bash!

Celebrate the last day of school with a free swim! Friday, June 28 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm Delhi Kinsmen Pool

Discover Norfolk Hike

Norfolk has an abundance of wonderful places to explore. Join us for a trail walk on the Lynn Valley Trail. Tuesday, June 4 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Meet at Memorial Park Simcoe

Nordic Pole Walking

Seniors Month Celebration

Celebrate Seniors Month by visiting the Simcoe Seniors Centre for a day long celebration with cake, coffee and musical entertainment. Tuesday, June 4 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Simcoe Seniors Centre

A great alternative way to enjoy walking! We will provide the urban poles and the instruction so that you can increase your level of exercise while walking, improve your posture and balance. Please wear comfortable footwear and bring water. Wednesdays 10:00 am - 11:00 am June 12, 19 & 26 Delhi Arena

Dance Fit

Dance Fit offers low impact, easy to follow choreography, focuses on getting your heart rate up, increases your range of motion/coordination and it's fun! Wednesday, June 5 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Simcoe Recreation Centre, Arena Lounge Instructor: Lisa Martin 24

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Norfolk County: 519-426-5870 www.norfolkcounty.ca


Do you need help with

Child Care Costs? You may be eligible for Child Care Fee Subsidy, a program that helps families pay for licensed child care and qualified recreation programs.

Do I qualify?

You may be eligible for help with child care costs if you live in Haldimand or Norfolk, and have a child or children that require care and at least one of the following apply: • • • •

You are employed You are attending school You are retraining You are a parent with special needs or therapeutic needs • You have a child with special needs or therapeutic needs

Your eligibility and contribution towards the cost of care is based on the results of an income test. Check out our sample income test at www.hnss.org. To register for a licenced program or to see a full list of licensed centres in Haldimand and Norfolk visit www.haldimandnorfolkonelist.ca

To apply for Child Care Fee Subsidy:

Call 519-426-6170 or 905-318-6623, 519-582-3579 Ext. 3745 or visit www.hnss.org for more information.

SIMCOE: P.O. Box 570, 12 Gilbertson Drive, Simcoe, ON N3Y 4N5 T: 519-426-6170 or 905-318-6623 or 519-582-3579 F: 519-426-9974 DUNNVILLE: 117 Forest Street East, Dunnville, ON N1A 1B9 T: 905-318-6623 F: 905-774-1538

dExperience aste ofI taly tural Local Pr oducts

131 Queensway West, Simcoe 519-426-0068 www.barrelrestaurant.ca

Fresh Natural Local Products

Gourmet Pizzas Homemade Traditional Italian Dishes

Pick-up or Delivery, Dine in and Patio @Barrel87 barrelrestaurantsimcoe

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THE ART OF BEING A KID Summer Camp! REGISTRATION OPENS MARCH 18, 2019 EARLY BIRD DEADLINE MAY 31, 2019 $200+TAX / WEEK EARLY BIRD $225+TAX / WEEK $45+TAX SINGLE DAY

We are pleased to be bringing you NINE exciting, creative, jampacked weeks of summer camp, each with a different theme, for ages 5 and up! In typical Art With Heart Studio fashion, campers will get MESSY, play games and create LOTS of art each day from 9 am to 3 pm. Every week concludes with a Gallery Opening in our studio which showcases the hard work of each young artist. Visit our website for detailed descriptions of each fun-filled camp week!

SUMMER CAMP SCHEDULE We are Canadian JULY 1 - 5 Drama Kidz FUNdamentals JULY 8 - 12 Holidays in July JULY 15 - 19 Art for All Seasons JULY 22 - 26 Arts Around the World JULY 29 - 2 Inspired by Movies AUGUST 5 - 9 Art Attack AUGUST 12 - 16 Mad Scientist: AUGUST 19 - 23 Out of this World: AUGUST 26 - 30

Students wishing to receive volunteer hours as a camp counsellor, please contact us.

CONTACT US TO REGISTER info@artwithheartstudio.ca 226-567-5500 artwithheartstudio.ca

SAILING SCHOOL PORT DOVER YACHT CLUB LEARN TO SAIL WITH US!

Port Dover Yacht Club Sailing School offers a fun set of certified programs for youth and adults who want to learn to sail. Adults sail our stable 30ft keelboat. Youth sail dinghies. All you need is provided. No experience necessary! We operate out of the Yacht Club and Port Dover Harbour Marina from June through September.

We welcome new pets each and every day!

Dover Animal Hospital

312 St. Patrick St., Port Dover 519-583-2824 Mon-Fri 8:30-6:30; Sat/ 8:30-12 noon Medical & Surgical Care | Digital X-Ray | Dentistry Diagnostic Lab | Boarding & Grooming Behavioural & Nutrition Counselling Premium Pet Foods and Supplies

Port Rowan Veterinary Services 6 Wolven St., Port Rowan 519-586-7663

Questions?

Youth: Lisa Marr 519-583-3173 Adults: Hadley Jackson 519-583-1246

COME SING WITH US!

Are you an experienced choral singer?

(Soprano, Alto, Tenor or Bass) Can you read music or learn vocal parts quickly?

Then join us for some fun and new musical challenges.

THE LYNN VALLEY VOICES Wednesdays - 7:00 pm

Check out our website and register at

pdycsailingschool.com

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Trinity Anglican Church (80 Colborne St S, Simcoe) For more information, call Janice at 226-400-1399 or email thevoice@nor-del.com


Child & Youth Programs You & Me Crafts This is an adult and child program! Learn to make wire jewellery and garden art. All supplies included. Ages: 8-13 Saturday, March 2 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm Simcoe Rec Centre $38.50 Barcode: 32353 Instructors: Ingrid Zyma-Irvin x 2303 and Jayne Aldridge x 2302

PA Day Camp Join us for a jam packed day of games, crafts, swimming and more! Notes for Camp: • Food & Drink - send lunch, snacks and refillable water bottle each day. Camps are 'Nut Free' • Outside Physical Activity is important. Please ensure your child is dressed ready to play outdoors • Running shoes are required • Swimming every day - come prepared with bathing suit and towel • Thank you for leaving all electronics at home.

Ages: 4-13 Friday, April 12 7:30 am - 5:30 pm Simcoe Rec Centre | $39.75/day Barcode: 32691 Coordinator: Merisa x 2222

Princess Makeover & Superhero Extravaganza! Calling all Superheros and Princesses. Dress up as your favourite princess or superhero and join us for glitter and curls, superhero challenge obstacle course, face painting and more!

Ages: 4-13 Saturday, May 11 $5 donation is suggested Delhi District Secondary School Princess Makeover: 12:30 - 1:30 pm 1:30 - 2:30 pm 2:30 - 3:30 pm Barcode: 32618 Barcode: 32619 Barcode: 32620 Superhero Sessions: 12:30 - 1:30 pm 1:30 - 2:30 pm Barcode: 32621 Barcode: 32622

Coordinator: Lisa x 2227

2:30 - 3:30 pm Barcode: 32623

Jr. Firefighter PA Day Camp

Join us on this adventure packed day of touring the station, spraying the fire hose, playing firefighter challenge games, swimming and end the day roasting s'mores. Ages: 4-13 Friday, June 7 7:30 am-5:30 pm $39.75 Simcoe Rec Centre Barcode: 32645 Coordinator: Rachael X 2234 27


Child & Youth Programs March Break Adventures 2019 Day Camp Ages: 4* - 13 Monday, March 11 - Friday, March 15 7:30 am - 5:30 pm Simcoe Recreation Centre Cost: $39.00/full day $156.00/full week Barcode: 32315 Coordinator: Merisa x 2222

*All 4 year olds registered in recreation programs must have completed Junior Kindergarten

DAILY THEMES Monday March 11

Tuesday March 12

Wednesday March 13

Thursday March 14

Friday March 15

Kids in the Kitchen

Amazing Race

Science Quest

Winter Olympics

Boxes, Boxes, Boxes

Important Day Camp Info:

• Camp days are planned around a daily theme lead by energetic staff. Bring your positive attitude! • Bring a lunch, snack and water bottle each day. Camps are ‘Nut Free’. • Outside physical activity is important. Please ensure your child is dressed ready to play outdoors. • Running shoes or sport sandals with a back strap are required. • Skating and swimming. Swimming Monday - Wednesday & Friday; Skating on Thursday! • Electronic devices -Thank you for leaving the following at home: cell phones, ipads and tablets, computer games, and money.

March Break Skating Schedule

All skates are public/family skates unless otherwise stated. Please check with Cassidy Rathwell, Facility Booking Clerk, Ext. 2226 regarding possible changes in the schedule. MONDAY March 11

TUESDAY March 12

Delhi

1:30-3 pm Sticks & Pucks 10:30am-12

4-5 pm

Langton

1:30-3 pm

3:30-4:30 pm

Port Dover

1:30-3 pm Adult 10am-12

SRC

1:30-3 pm

Waterford

1:30-3 pm Parent & Tot 10:30 am-12

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WEDNESDAY March 13 1:30-3 pm Parent & Tot 10:30 am-12 Adult 12 pm-1:30 1:30-3 pm Parent & Tot 10:30 am-12 Adult 12 pm-1:30 1:30-3 pm

THURSDAY March 14

FRIDAY March 15

SATURDAY March 16

SUNDAY March 17

1:30-3 pm

1:30-3 pm

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1:30-3 pm

1:30-3 pm

7:00 - 8 pm

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1:30-3 pm 1:30-3 pm & 3:30-4:30 pm 3:30 - 4:30 pm Adult Parent & Tot 10am-12 10:30 am-12

1:30-3 pm & 3:30-4:30 pm 1:30-3 pm Parent & Tot Adult 10:30 am-12 10:30am-12 Adult 12 pm-1:30 1:30-3 pm @NorfolkRec

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Norfolk County: 519-426-5870 www.norfolkcounty.ca


March Break Adventures March Break Swimming Schedule All swim times are subject to change. Please call customer service at X 2233 to confirm schedule. Swim Admission Standard is in effect, see page 69. Fees: Child/Senior $2.75 (Children under 2 FREE); Adult $4.75 Family $9.25; Aquafit/Mobility/Therapy/AquaYoga $8.25 MONDAY March 11

Public Swims Family Swims

1-2:00 pm 6-7:30 pm

TUESDAY March 12

WEDNESDAY March 13

THURSDAY March 14

SATURDAY March 16

SUNDAY March 17

2-4:00 pm

1-2:30 pm

1-2:30 pm

1-2:30 pm Buddy Swim 7- 8:00 pm

FRIDAY March 15

2 - 3:00 pm

1-2:00 pm

Buddy Swim 6 - 8:00 pm

-11:00 am 10am - 12pm 10 - 11:00am 6:15-8:00 pm 10-11:00 am 10-11:00 am 106-7:00 pm 6 - 7:00 pm

am Lengths & 7:30-9:00 am 7:30-9:00 12-1:00 pm am 12-1:00 pm 3:00-4:00 pm 7:30-9:00 Leisure 3-4:00 pm 2:15-3:15 pm 8:45-9:45 pm Swims

10:00 am 12noon

7:30-9:00 am 7:30-9:00 am 12-1:00 pm am 12:00-1:00 pm 9:30-10:30 2:15-3:15 pm 12-1:00 12-1:00 pm pm 8:45-9:45 pm 3-4:00 pm

9-9:45 am Shallow 7:45-8:30 pm Shallow

9-9:45 am Deep 8-8:45 pm Combo

9-9:45 am Gentle

9-9:45 am Deep 7-7:45 pm Deep

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March Break

Aquafit Classes


Child & Youth Programs SOS 4 Kids! Home Alone Safety Course

Sports and More This is a FREE supervised night that participants come out and play a variety of pick up sports. Kids can enjoy playing board games, puzzles and crafts too! No advance registration required, just drop in! Norfolk County Code of Conduct applies. Available for grades 4 - 8 only. Registration forms will need to be completed and participants must be signed in and out by an adult.

Grades: 4 - 8 Fridays, November 2 - March 1 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm Delhi Public School Free

This course will help children gain an understanding of emergencies, how to identify risks and prevent injuries. It is a great program for preparing children to stay home without adult supervision. Lunch will be created by participants. Please bring your own drinks, snacks and pens. Ages: 9 - 12 9:00 am - 4:00 pm $39.75

Wednesday, March 13 Simcoe Rec Centre Barcode: 32307

Saturday, April 13 Waterford Arena Barcode: 32643

Coordinator: Merisa X 2222

Coordinator: Rachael X 2234 Home Alone Safety Course

Babysitting Course

Canadian Safety Council Babysitting Course

This course covers topics on child characteristics, behaviour, fire safety and basic first aid. Participants will have the opportunity for a hands-on experience with our baby visitor and listen to a presentation by the local Fire Prevention Officer. The course package will be available upon registration which includes a practical component. Participants must obtain a 75% on the exam to be successful and receive their certificate. If you would like to see this course offered at your school, please contact the Simcoe Recreation Centre Participants must be 12 years old within 6 months of course completion. 9:00 am - 4:00 pm $65.00

Monday, March 11 & Tuesday, March 12 Simcoe Rec Centre Barcode: 32300

Friday, April 12 & Saturday, April 13 Waterford Arena Barcode: 32644

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SOS 4 Kids! My Safe Life Course

This course covers topics on Internet safety, road safety, fire safety and preventing injuries. Children will learn practical strategies to identify and deal with bullying and how to get help. Participants will receive a manual and a wallet card of completion. Ages: 7 - 10 $39.75 Mondays,April 8 - May 27 *No classes on April 22, May 6 & 20 Simcoe Rec Centre Barcode: 32617 Coordinator: Merisa X 2222

Thursday, March 14 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Simcoe Rec Centre Barcode: 32311

If you would like to see this course offered at your school, please contact Customer Service at the Simcoe Recreation Centre, 519-426-8866 X 2233 or recreation@norfolkcounty.ca

Norfolk County: 519-426-5870 www.norfolkcounty.ca


Child & Youth Programs On the Move

Learn to prepare healthy snacks and play fun, non contact sports like dodge-ball and basketball. You'll also learn new sports like KIN ball and pickleball. Available for grades 1-8 only. $44.00 for each 6 week session*

Tuesdays, Bloomsburg Public School April 2 - May 7 School Dismissal - 5:30 pm Barcode: 32694

Wednesdays, Boston Public School April 3 - May 8 School Dismissal - 5:30 pm Barcode: 32688 Coordinator: Merisa x 2222

High Five Training (PHCD)

Duke of Edinburgh Award Adventurous Journey This award is a global program with the goal of challenging, empowering and recognizing young people. Achievement at any level shows commitment, enhances post-secondary applications, builds references and is considered community service hours. Norfolk County is recognized as an Award Leader and organizes an adventurous journey for the Bronze Level award requirements. The qualifying journeys are 2 days + 1 night including an expedition. There is a $50.00 registration fee paid directly to the Duke of Edinburgh Award Program. An additional $20.00 fee is required at the time of registration to cover costs of the overnight journey. On the Move program

Saturday, May 25 & Sunday, May 26 Waterford North Conservation Area $70.00 *See above Barcode: 32685 Coordinator: Merisa x 2222

Recreation Customer Service x 2233 Online Registration: nora.norfolkcounty.ca

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Child & Youth Programs

• Are you interested in working with children in the future? • Are you working on building your resume? • Do you have 8 hours to dedicate to this Parks and Recreation Certificate? Parks and Recreation Ontario (PHCD) training session provides skills, nurtures your confidence, and gives you the tools to become an influence in a child’s life. As the caring adult you will learn new ideas that will provide a safe environment for the child to play, learn, master new skills and meet new friends. Ages: 14+ Saturday, July 6, 8:30 am - 4:00 pm Simcoe Rec Centre $65.00 + HST Barcode: 32624 Coordinator: Jayne x 2302


Child & Youth Programs Leaders In Training (formerly Leadership Connection) Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday each week July 2 - August 8 9:00 am - 3:30 pm $325 + HST Ages: 14-16 Entering Grade 9 - 11 Simcoe Rec Centre, Playroom Barcode: 32625 For teens looking to build their leadership qualifications

Over six weeks, Leaders in Training will teach you how to challenge yourself to try new things and develop your mentoring skills. You will participate in outdoor activities, gain hands-on experience and receive certification that will prepare you for guiding, leading and building self esteem in others. You will be able to apply these new skills while mentoring the participants of Summer Day Camps! Your day will be filled with camping, swimming, crafts, games, hiking.

Youth Council What types of recreational opportunities do you want to see in your community? What are the barriers to being active and engaged in your community? We are interested in hearing your ideas about what is working, what is not working and what we can do better! Earn community service hours, plan special events, make new friends & be a voice for youth in Norfolk County. Ages 13-18 welcome! Pick up an application form at your Highschool Student Services, Simcoe Recreation Centre or by emailing: merisa.kriwez@norfolkcounty.ca Members of Youth Council

Leaders will have the opportunity to learn some event planning skills and earn your volunteer hours for high school graduation. Note: Some activities may require transportation to Waterford North Conservation Area responsibility of parent/guardian; schedule TBA) Mandatory off-site training dates: (Cost of training is included in Registration fee)

First Aid/CPR

High Five (PHCD)

Saturday, July 6 Wednesday July 10 & 8:30 am - 4:00 pm Thursday July 11 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Coordinator: Jayne X 2302

It's time to Celebrate Norfolk County! In 2016 - Norfolk County was Awarded “Silver Youth Friendly Community” from Play Works. Play Works is a group of organizations dedicated to bring back the power of play for Ontario's youth. To achieve “Gold” nine criterias must be met and creating a Youth Council is our next step!

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Child & Youth Programs Important Summer Day Camp Information:

• Camp days are planned around a weekly theme lead by energetic staff. Bring your positive attitude! • Bring a lunch, snack and water bottle each day. • Camps are 'Peanut Free' • Sun safety is important. Children are encouraged to apply/bring sunscreen and wear a hat. • Running shoes or sport sandals with a back strap are required. No flip flops or shoes with heels. • All camps will swim daily or engage in water activities. Please bring a towel and swimsuit • Children must attend camp any 2 days prior to registering for bus trips. • Programming schedule is subject to change.

Pond dipping at Waterford North

Do Not Bring....

• Leave valuables at home. Do not bring cellphones, electronic devices or money to camp • Camps are “Peanut Free” • No flip-flops or shoes with heels

Saturday, June 22, 2019 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Simcoe Recreation Centre FREE Swim! Early registration will ensure your child has first pick of our wonderful camp programs. Join us for this preview of what Norfolk County Summer Camps have to offer. From our daily camps at the Simcoe Recreation Centre and Delhi Community Centre Arena to our Specialty Camps and Outdoor Adventure Camp at Waterford North Conservation Area. We offer programs for children ages 4-13 and youth 13+.

Summer Camp Accommodation

Programs and services offered by Norfolk County Parks and Recreation Department strive to be accessible and inclusive to all members of our community. Our goal is to set participants up for success and to ensure that everyone can participate safely and successfully in our day camp program. Even though programs and services are integrated, additional accommodations may be required to participate. During this information session, staff will be available to discuss concerns and work with you to develop a plan to ensure support. Please contact Merisa Kriwez, Recreation Coordinator at 519-426-8866 X 2222 to a book a 15 minute appointment with one of our qualified staff.

Meet the Camp Leaders

Join us for an afternoon of fun, games and swimming. Meet our team of dedicated camp leaders! All of our staff are trained in: - Standard First Aid & CPR - HIGH FIVE (Principles of Healthy Childhood Development) - Norfolk County's policies and procedures - Risk management - Emergency procedures - Inclusion - Bullying prevention - Healthy eating - Aquatic safety - Mental health - and more! Come out and let us show you what an amazing, fun filled summer we have planned.

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Child & Youth Programs

Summer Camp Open House


Child & Youth Programs Monday - Friday, July 8 - August 28 7:30 am - 5:30 pm $39.75/per day OR $159.00 per week August 6-9 (4 day week) $127.20 August 26-28 (3 day week) $95.40 *$20 extra for Trips

For summer day camp payment options, see page 11.

New.. Hot Lunch Fridays! 1 slice of pizza, apple slices and juice box Only $4 (extra fee at time of registration) Ages 4 - 13. All 4 year olds registered in summer day camps must have completed Junior Kindergarten. Coordinator: Merisa x 2222

Dates & Weekly Theme July 8 -12

Kinderkids

Ages 4 - 6 Simcoe Recreation Centre

Explorers

Ages 7 - 9 Simcoe Recreation Centre

Ages 10 - 13 Simcoe Recreation Centre

Ages 4 - 13 Delhi Community Centre Arena

32661

32653

32677

32669

Trip: Delhi Only Wednesday July 10: Waterford North*

Getting to Know You

July 15 - 19

32670

32662

On the Farm

July 22 - 26 Ooey Gooey

July 29 - August 2

32671

32663

32672

August 6 - 9

32664 32665

32666

32674

32656

32680

32657

32681

32658

32682

Trip: ALL CAMPS: Wednesday, August 14: Backus Heritage Conservation Area*

32667

August 19 - 23

32659

32683

Trip: Trailblazers Only Wednesday, August 14 Waterford North*

Galactic Adventure

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32679

Trip: Explorers Only Wednesday, August 7 Waterford North*

32675

Celebrate Camp!

32655

Trip: ALL CAMPS: Wednesday, July 31 Simcoe Visits Delhi *

Camp Olympics

August 26 - 28

32678

Trip: Kinderkids Only Wednesday July 24: Waterford North*

32673

Make a Splash

32654

Trip: ALL CAMPS: Wednesday, July 17: Clovermead Farm*

Holidays

August 12 - 16

Delhi Day Camp

Trailblazers

32676

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32660

32684

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Child & Youth Programs Waterford Outdoor Adventure Day Camp

This outdoor adventure camp offers children the opportunity to experience the awesome world of camping! Campers will be treated to special guests, preparing campsites, setting up tents, cooking meals over a campfire, nature crafts, hiking, and water sports. A lifeguard is on duty to supervise water activities including swimming, fishing, paddle boating and canoeing. Monday - Friday July 8 - August 23, 7:30 am - 5:30 pm $39.75/per day OR $159.00 per week August 6-9 (4 day week) $127.20 August 26-28 (3 day week) $95.40 Ages: 7 - 13 Waterford North Conservation Area

Child & Youth Programs

Coordinator: Merisa X 2222 Date

Barcode

July 8 - 12

32646

July 15 - 19

32647

July 22 - 26

32648

July 29 - August 2

32649

August 6 - 9

32650

August 12 - 16

32651

August 19 - 23

32652

Important Summer Day Camp Information:

• Bring a lunch, snacks and water bottle each day. Camps are 'Peanut Free'. • Sun safety is important. Children are encouraged to apply/bring sunscreen and wear a hat. • Pack an extra set of shoes, preferably water shoes. • All camps will swim daily or engage in water activities. Please bring a towel and swimsuit. • Programming schedule is subject to change. • Leave valuables at home. Do not bring cellphones, electronic devices or money to camp. Recreation Customer Service x 2233 Online Registration: nora.norfolkcounty.ca

"Nature is a tool to get children to experience not just the wider world, but themselves." - Stephen Moss

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Child & Youth Programs An exciting schedule of day camps and skill camps for youth who are interested in learning a new sport, improving their current skills or wanting to partake in a new experience!

Cheerleading Camp

This cheerleading camp is designed to teach the fundamental skills of cheerleading including stunts, pyramids, dance, jumps and cheers! The goal of this camp is to build confidence, learn teamwork, build trust, develop skills and celebrate success. There will be a daily fun/craft activity. On Friday, campers will perform their routines for family and friends. Instructor: Ashley Sherman Ages: 7 - 13 Monday, July 8 - Friday, July 12 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Delhi - Location TBD $159.00 Barcode: 32627

Creative Hands: Cook & Create!

Have some fun as you learn and experience new skills! Become a Chef for three days; preparing breakfast, lunch and dinner. Your delicious creations can be eaten or taken home to share. Two days of the week will be dedicated to a take home project in woodworking/needlecraft. Ages: 10 - 13 Monday, August 12 - Friday, August 16 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Simcoe Recreation Centre $159.00 Barcode: 32626 Coordinator: Jayne x 2302

Monday, August 19 - Friday, August 23 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Simcoe - Location TBD $159.00 Barcode: 32628 Coordinator: Lisa X 2227

Golf Camp

This one week golf camp includes supervised instruction, lessons on rules of the game and daily tee off times. Please bring your own clubs, snacks and water. Lunch is provided on the last day of camp. Ages: 10-13 Monday, July 29 - Friday, August 2 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Golf Course TBD $159.00 Barcode: 32629 Coordinator: Lisa X 2227

Archery

Learn the basic skills of archery! By the end of the week you will be an experienced archer and able to shoot at targets 63 ft. away. Drop off at the Delhi Arena and pick up at the Hungarian Hall. Ages: 10-13 Tuesday, August 6 - Friday, August 9 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Drop off at the Delhi Arena $127.20 Barcode: 32630 Coordinator: Lisa X 2227

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Active Adults Adult workshops for ages 18+ and fitness programs for ages 14+

Fitness Membership Options and Registration Pass Card Membership

All fitness classes are Pass Card eligible unless otherwise stated. Prices are: $12.00 Pay as you go $81.00 + HST for 10 $160.00 + HST for 20 $380.00 + HST for 50

Barcode Registration

Registration for all programs, workshops and events begins Monday, February 25th and closes 7 days prior to the event. Be sure to register early to avoid disappointment. Failure to register in advance may result in program cancellation.

Classes with barcodes require advanced registration a minimum of one week before the class or workshop start date. In person: Simcoe Recreation Centre Customer Service Online: nora.norfolkcounty.ca By phone: Automated Home Registration: 519-426-2213 OR Customer Service with credit card: 519-426-8866 X 2233 See page 11 for detailed registration and payment steps and options. Payment: Class and workshop prices are indicated above if membership is available, otherwise prices are listed in the course information. Workshops must be registered and paid for in advance. 38


Active Adults Dance Fit

Looking for a modified Zumba class? Dance Fit offers low impact, easy to follow choreography, focuses on getting your heart rate up, increases your range of motion/coordination and it's fun! Music will consist of classic and current hits. Instructor: Lisa Martin 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Wednesdays Ongoing - June 26 Pass Card Simcoe Recreation Centre, Arena Lounge

Delhi Fitseekers

Drop in anytime! Bring your own exercise mat and hand weights. Instructor: Lisa Girard Tuesdays & Thursdays Ongoing-June 27 9:00 am - 10:00 am Pass Card Delhi Arena: Multi-Purpose Room

Beginner/Gentle Yoga

This class will focus on relaxation, balance, strength and flexibility to promote a feeling of well being. For all physical abilities. Please bring your own blanket/mat. Instructor: Darleen Degrieck Tuesdays Ongoing- June 25 July 2 - July 30 11:00 am - 12:00 pm 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Pass Card Pass Card Simcoe Recreation Centre, Talbot Gardens Norfolk Room Multi Purpose Room

Intermediate Yoga

Cardio Blast and Tone

Join this energizing fitness class! This combination class includes cardio and strength training. Please bring your own exercise mat and hand weights. Instructor: Lisa Girard Mondays Ongoing - June 24 Pass Card 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Sacred Heart School Langton

Cardio Blast & Tone, Langton Recreation Customer Service x 2233 Online Registration: nora.norfolkcounty.ca

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Active Adults

This class will focus on relaxation, balance, strength and flexibility to promote a feeling of well being. For all physical abilities. Please bring your own blanket/mat. Instructor: Darleen Degrieck Tuesdays July 2 - 30 Ongoing - June 25 9:30 am - 10:30 am (no class March 12) Pass Card 9:30 am - 10:30 am Talbot Gardens, Pass Card Multi Purpose Room Simcoe Recreation Centre, Norfolk Room


Active Adults Adult Fitness

See page 53 for outdoor Pickleball courts!

Pickleball Pickleball is played on a badminton court with a net similar to tennis using oversized ping-pong rackets and a whiffle ball. The game is enjoyed by all ages and very popular with the 50+ crowd. All levels of experience are welcome. Equipment will be available. $2.00 drop in. Thursdays, Delhi Secondary School October 18 - May 30 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Mondays, Port Dover Community Centre January 7 - March 25 8:30 am - 10:00 am

Tuesdays, Delhi Secondary School January 29 -April 30 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Wednesdays, Port Dover Community Centre January 9 - March 27 8:30 am - 10:00 am

Pickleball in Delhi

Adult Workshops

Stained Glass

Adult Crafts "Try It!"

A great opportunity to try three different glass crafts. This three week course offers participants the chance to work with glass fusing (glass melted in a kiln), stained glass (working with foil and soldering) and mosaics (glass pieces and grout). Participants will create an item in each medium. Instructor: Ingrid Zyma-Irvin $75.00 + HST (Supplies included) Simcoe Rec Centre Mondays, March 11 - April 1 (4 weeks) 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Barcode: 32329

Mondays, April 8 - May 6 (4 weeks, No class April 22) April 29 is at the Seniors Centre 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Barcode: 32616

Adult Crafts

Open to all levels, beginner to advanced. Learn the basics of glass cutting, grinding and copper foiling. If you own your own glass cutter or tools, please bring these with you. Instructor: Ingrid Zyma-Irvin $75.00 + HST (Supplies included) Simcoe Rec Centre Tuesdays, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm March 12 - April 2 (3 weeks) Barcode: 32335

April 9 - April 30 (3 weeks) Barcode: 32614 May 7 - May 28 (3 weeks) Barcode: 32615

High Five ÂŽ Principles of Healthy Aging For the first time in Canadian history, people over the age of 65 outnumber those under the age of 15. This one-day training provides insights into the unique needs of older adults when participating in recreation or leisure activities in municipal centers or retirement communities. It provides evidence-based approaches to improve the experience of participants by implementing the HIGH FIVE Principles of Healthy Aging.

Friday, March 1 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Simcoe Rec Centre Free Barcode: 33016

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Active Adults Discover Norfolk Walking Group

Thursdays, May-October 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm October walks are from 6:00 pm-7:00 pm A great way to discover the variety of trails and points of interest in Norfolk County! This is a friendly, informal recreational group of walkers of all levels. Walks are held throughout Norfolk County rain or shine. Please bring appropriate footwear, water and bug lotion/spray.

Starts Thursday, May 2, 2019 Date

Trail Name

Trail Location/Meeting Place

Delhi Rail Trail

Meet at Lions Park, Davis St. Simcoe

May 9

Waterford Heritage Trail

Meet at north side of Mechanic St. parking lot and trail.

May 16

Turkey Pt. MTB Trail

Meet at Mole Rd. S parking and Turkey Pt. Prov. Park (Big Mike)

May 23

Southern Sand Plains

Meet at parking S side #24 past East ¼ line Rd. (Weston)

May 30

Turkey Pt. MTB Trail

Meet at Fish Hatchery sign on TKY PT Rd (Saudwinder)

June 6

Vittoria in town

Meet at Community Centre, Oakes Blvd.

June 13

Spriet Family Trail

Meet on Norfolk County #60 4 kms past #59 park on N

June 20

Turkey Pt MTB Trail

Meet on TKY Pt Rd and welcome sign: East Ridge trail

June 27

Community Forest#C2

Meet on McDowell Rd. N side of street before Pinegrove

July 4

St .Williams Conservation

Meet on Charlotteville Rd. 1 and parking W of Turkey Pt. Rd.

July 11

Turkey Pt. MTB Trail

Meet on CONC Rd 2 W of TKY PT Rd and trail (Big Easy)

July 18

Bonnieheath Estate

Meet at 410 Concession 12, Townsend

July 25

Backus Woods Trails

Meet on East ¼ Line Rd. and parking lot. (Flood Plain Trail)

August 1

St. Williams Conservation

Meet on 6th concession Rd (Dirt Rd.) and trail (North Trail)

August 8

Turkey PT MTB Trail

Meet on CONC Rd 2 E of TKY PT Rd. Parking lot (dump run)

August 15

Charlotteville Rd #10

Meet on West ¼ line Rd and CONC #10 N of McDowell Rd.

August 22

St Williams Conservation

Meet at Turkey Point Rd., and Turkey Point welcome sign

August 29

Fish Hatchery

Meet on Turkey PT Rd. at fish hatchery sign (Fox on the run)

September 5

Long Point

Meet at Hastings Drive and Causeway

September 12

St. Williams Forestry

Meet on 6th CONC RD (dirt Rd.)and trail (south trail)

September 19

Normandale in Town

Meet at General Store, Front Rd. Normandale

September 26

Backus Trails

Meet on 3RD CONC. W of East ¼ Line Rd. (parking lot N side)

October 3

Waterford Heritage Trail

Meet at Thompson Rd. and trail (overpass parking area)

October 10

Lynn & Dave

Location to be confirmed

October 17

Delhi in Town

Meet behind the Delhi Arena (Lehman and Quance dams)

October 24

Lynn Valley Trail

Meet in Port Dover Lions Pavilion/Silver Lake

October 31

Spooky Hollow

Meet at Spooky Hollow Rd. and trail

Active Adults

May 2

If you require more specific location directions, please contact Ingrid Zyma-Irvin X 2303 Recreation Customer Service x 2233 Online Registration: nora.norfolkcounty.ca

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Active Adults Norfolk County Walking Groups Join these supervised indoor walking programs! Along with music, it’s a great way to stay in shape, have fun and meet new friends. “The AUD” Indoor Walking Program Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays Tuesday, January 8 - Tuesday, March 26 10:00 am - 12:00 pm $2.00 per day At “The AUD” (Norfolk County Fairgrounds) Port Dover Indoor Walking Club Mondays & Wednesdays Monday, January 7 - Wednesday March 27 10:00 am - 12:00 pm $2.00 per day At the Port Dover Community Centre

Other Community Walking Groups Hall Walkers Programs Stonebridge Community Service Waterford District High School Weekdays 9:15 am - 11:00 am $10.00 Registration Fee Call 519-842-3200 ext. 209 Simcoe Town Centre Mall Walkers Walk around the mall. Shopping & coffee optional! Saturday Monday - Friday 6:00 am - 6:00 pm 6:00 am - 9:00 pm Sunday 7:00 am - 4:00 pm Port Rowan Port Rowan Community Centre Mondays 9:15 am - 11:00 am January 27- March 25

The "Aud" Indoor Walking Program

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Norfolk Pathways for People We like walking and cycling. We like trails. We like sidewalks in residential areas.

MARCH 9-10, 2019

WILDER THAN EVER!

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THE AUD 172 South Dr., Simcoe - Fairgrounds

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Know why we like sidewalks? They provide a SAFE place … • To walk, separated from traffic, for people of all ages. • For kids to play. • For seniors and people with mobility challenges. • To socialize with neighbours.

We like sidewalks. They provide SAFETY. Visit us at www.norfolkpathways.ca for: • Events • E-newsletter subscription • Trail information • Or to get involved! Like us on Facebook!

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What is Ride Norfolk? Monday to Friday from 8:00 am - 6:00 pm

A safe, reliable, and affordable transportation option for Norfolk County

norfolkcounty.ca/transit

How to Use Ride Norfolk

Tickets

Pre-purchase �ckets OR exact cash fare required. No change will be given.

Purchase �ckets with cash or debit at any Norfolk County Public Library: Delhi: 92 Main Street Port Dover: 713 St. George Street Port Rowan: 1034 Bay Street Simcoe: 46 Colborne Street South Waterford: 15 Main Street South

Ride Norfolk service operates on a fixed-route system and has designated stops throughout the County. Arrive at the bus stop 5 minutes before the schedule departure �me. Pick up a brochure for a complete schedule and map of our routes at any Norfolk County Public Library, Norfolk County Customer Service Office or on the bus! Ques�ons about taking public transit? Visit norfolkcounty.ca/transit101 for informa�on.

Who Uses Ride Norfolk?

Purchase �ckets with cash, debit, credit, or cheque at the following loca�ons: Simcoe Recrea�on Centre 182 South Drive, Simcoe Norfolk County Community Services office 95 Culver Street, Simcoe

Everyone! Students, Seniors, Adults, Families, Tourists, and local residents. Our buses are accessible and can accommodate two wheelchairs. Take the bus to the beach, visit an�que shops, explore quaint downtowns. Enjoy shopping, gyms or visit family and friends. Explore Norfolk County with Ride Norfolk!

2018 Ridership

2019 Fares Ride Norfolk Fares - Effec�ve January 1, 2019 Category

Ride Norfolk is a Public Transporta�on bus service and is available to anyone in the general public. Fare op�ons are available for Adults, Seniors, and Students. Frequent riders can purchase a mul� pass (punch card) or day pass which provides rides at a discounted rate.

Cash One-Way

Day Pass

Mul� Pass

Adults

$2.50

$6.00

$8.00

$30 worth of rides $25.00

Seniors 55+ Students

$2.00 $2.00

$4.00 $4.00

$8.00 $8.00

$25.00 $25.00

Children ages 5 and under

FREE

FREE

FREE

FREE

Regular Service In Town Out of Town

Unlimited use for same day service

Schedule

Ride Norfolk operates Monday through Friday in Simcoe with other scheduled routes to Courtland, Delhi, Langton, Port Rowan, Port Dover, Port Ryerse, Turkey Point, Vi�oria, Walsh, Waterford and St. Williams. Service operates Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm There is no regular Saturday, Sunday, Civic or Statutory Holiday service. Pick up a brochure for detailed maps and stop44 �mes.

Stop usage by town Simcoe: 12,125 Delhi: 648 Port Dover: 288 Port Rowan: 109 Waterford: 567 Other areas together: 64

Contact us

Office: 95 Culver Street Simcoe, ON N3Y 2V5 Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm 519-428-3178 transit@norfolkcounty.ca Outside office hours: 519-426-8866 x 2233

South Coast

Operates on Saturdays & Sundays from June 1 to September 1, 2019! Schedule coming soon!


Seniors 55+

Registration for all programs, workshops and events begins February 25th and closes 7 days prior to the event. Be sure to register early to avoid disappointment. Failure to register in advance may result in program cancellation.

Seniors Yoga A gentle yoga practice for all levels. Come and explore the many benefits that yoga has to offer the mind and body. Yoga has been shown to improve sleep quality, help control blood sugar, alleviate arthritis pain, increase balance and moderate chronic pain. Please dress for comfort and bring your own towel or mat. Instructor: Tammy Holliday. Fridays, January 11 - May 31 (No class March 15) New! 9:30 am - 10:30 am OR 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Free to all seniors Simcoe Recreation Centre Seniors Yoga is open to all seniors due to the generous sponsorship of the Simcoe Lions Club. This group of dedicated, community minded individuals is supporting this program so that seniors may attend at no cost. We very much appreciate the efforts of the Simcoe Lions Club and thank them for their continued support! 45


Active Adults Seniors 55+ Aberdeen Health and Community Services

The Aberdeen Foundation has generously provided Norfolk County with funding to support seniors programming from April 2018 to May 2019. This funding will cover instructor's fees for strength training, Tai Chi, and Zumba classes. These classes will be FREE for allseniors to attend. The fund will also assist Norfolk County to support the Cardiac Club by providing instructors to assist with this program. Funds from this grant have been set aside to resurface the snooker table at the Simcoe Seniors Centre. We are grateful to the Aberdeen Foundation for their support for seniors programming in Norfolk County.

Seniors Fitness & Workshops Tai Chi Gentle exercise, great for balance, co-ordination and general health. Slow, flowing movements performed in sequence. Instructor: Bob Arnott Wednesdays, Ongoing - June 26 9:00 am - 9:45 am Free Simcoe Senior Centre Osteoarthritis and Exercise Learn about arthritis and one of the best ways to manage it - through exercise! Taught by a registered Physiotherapist with the Arthritis Society. You must register for this course to attend. Thursday, May 2 10:30 am - 12:00 pm Simcoe Free To register, please call Darlene at: 1-800-321-1433 x 1301

Strength Training/Strong and Stable Fitness routines will assist to improve your strength and agility to help you with your basic daily activities. Get motivated and energized with music from the “golden oldies�. No equipment required. Please wear comfortable clothes. Instructor: Lisa Martin Strong & Stable Strength Training Thursdays, Tuesdays, September 6 - May 30 Ongoing - May 28 9:30 am - 10:30 am 11:45 am - 12:30 pm Free Free Delhi Friendship Centre Simcoe Senior Centre Zumba Gold Perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. Instructor: Lisa Martin Wednesdays, Ongoing - May 29 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm Free Simcoe Senior Centre

Strength Training at the Simcoe Seniors Centre

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Seniors Active 55+ Adults Seniors Groups

Waterford Senior Activity Group Wednesday afternoons. Euchre Fee: $3 per year at Waterford Old Town Hall Melanie Culbert 226-240-5814 Kommunity Keenagers MB Church Gym - Port Rowan Third Tuesday: September - June. Food, fun and fellowship. 12noon. Joyce Doerksen 519-586-3557 Langton Merry Makers Wednesday afternoons. Cards and Bingo. Fee: $3 per year Langton Community Centre Freda Loncke 519-875-2102

Probus Clubs

Seniors 55+

The Probus Club of Norfolk #181 Social club for retirees with interest groups for euchre, bridge, walking, travel, cooking, gardening and more. Main meeting is 2nd Thursday of the month, 10am at the Port Dover Community Centre. Miriam Mackenzie 519-583-3972 Probus Club of Simcoe & District Social club for retired men from all walks of life. Monthy meetings are held the second Tuesday, 10am, at St. James United Church Hall Murray Uren 226-440-2699 Lynn River Probus Club A social club for retired and semi-retired men and women offering the following interest groups: book club, monthly lunch, pub night, investment club, games, travel, men's coffee. Meet every 3rd Wednesday of the month at the Simcoe Library down stairs at 10:00 am to enjoy interesting speakers. Membership: Diana Dale 519-426-9708 Lynnriverprobus239@gmail.com

South Coast Probus Club Social club for retirees and semi-retirees who appreciate and value opportunities for social contacts, discussion of topical subjects, visits to places of interest and involvement in activities of interest to the members. Meetings are held 10:00am on the 4th Thursday of every month. john.leslie.bird@gmail.com

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Active Adults Seniors 55+ Simcoe Seniors Centre 55+ Club

To provide a variety of programs to ensure that the 50+ community of Norfolk County have comradeship and activities that enhance their lifestyle and promote healthy living. 89 Pond St., Simcoe, ON N3Y 2T5 Office: 519-428-0888 Membership: $40/year Regular Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Monday

Friday

9:00 am.......... Walk about 9:30 am.......... Crafts 9:30 am ..........Pool and Carpet Bowling 9:45 am.......... Fitness walk 10:30 am........ Sit & Fit 1:00 pm.......... Bingo, Darts & Cards 7:00 pm.......... Chess, Euchre

9:00 am ........ Walk about, Pool 9:30 am ........ Carpet Bowling 10:00 am........ “Sit & Fit” 1:00 pm.......... Cards (Hand & Foot + Oh Pshaw) 1:00 pm.......... Darts, Scrapbooking 7:00 pm.......... Bid Euchre

Saturday

7:00 pm.......... Euchre /Hoss (Alt. wks)

Tuesday

9:00 am.......... Table Tennis 9:30 am ..........Pool + Carpet Bowling 10:00 am........ Beginners line dancing 11:45 pm........ Strength Training 1:00 pm.......... Bridge/Scrabble/ Table Shuffleboard

Wednesday

9:00 am.......... Walk about, Pool 9:00 am.......... Tai Chi 9:30 am.......... Crafts + Carpet Bowling 10:00 am........ Golden Oldies Singers 1:00 pm.......... Floor Shuffleboard & Cards (Black Widow/Sequence)

Special Events A small fee may apply - Spring and fall dinners - Fashion show - Strawberry social - National Seniors Day celebration - Christmas Bazaar held in November - Christmas entertainment

Thursday

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Seniors Active 55+ Adults Delhi Senior Friendship Centre

418 Queen St. Delhi Coordinator: Rosemarie Aelterman Office: 519-582-3881 dfc@execulink.com Membership: $20.00/ year Mondays 12 noon.......................Cards Tuesdays

12:00 pm.....................Mens Billiards

Wednesdays 12:30 pm.....................Acrylic Painting Thursdays

9:30 am.......................Strong & Stable

Fridays

Foot clinics by appointment. 519-732-3374

Special Events: Coffee Club with Guest Speakers, Valentines Luncheon, St. Patty’s, Easter, Strawberry Social, exercise classes, Music Club the last Friday of each month at 6:30pm, Thanksgiving Festivities, & Christmas Dinner. Hall Rental - Reasonable Rates! - Call 519-582-3881 and leave a message. Suitable for small family gatherings, birthday parties and clubs or meetings.

Brant - Haldimand - Norfolk District Senior Games Seniors do NOT have to belong to a seniors’ club in order to participate. For information on events call Ingrid Zyma-Irvin x 2303 or email: ingrid.zyma-irvin@norfolkcounty.ca

Brant-Haldimand-Norfolk District Senior Games provides older adults in the BrantHaldimand-Norfolk area with the opportunity to enjoy social interaction for fun and fellowship as well as increased physical and mental well being, through participation in recreational activities and sports. Note: These competitions are for the enjoyment of all seniors age 55 and over, and are NOT geared toward professional players and athletes.

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Registration and events schedule will be available at the end of February. Join us at the Simcoe Recreation Centre, Simcoe Seniors’ Centre, Delhi Friendship Club, Port Dover Legion, Norfolk County Libraries and other points throughout Norfolk County.


Now’s the Time

to Make Your Move Call today or visit CedarCrossing.ca to arrange your personal visit and be our guest for lunch.

395 Cedar St, Simcoe | 226-484-6000 CedarCrossing.ca

9:00am - 4:00pm 30+ YEAR ROUND VENDORS Located at the Norfolk County fair grounds, South Drive in Simcoe FRESH MEAT | FISH | EGGS | PRODUCE | BAKED GOODS | CRAFTS

Swim Conversion CHARTS on pages 73 & 74

Youth Tennis Lessons 2019 - 6-Week Program Lessons by Dave Stewart and Associate, accredited and experienced Tennis Instructors.

When:

Six Consecutive Tuesdays After School (May 21, 28, June 4, 11, 18, & 25)

Where:

Port Dover Tennis Courts, 810 St. George St., Port Dover

Cost:

$50 (includes Free Junior Membership) Groups: 5-9 year olds will be from 4:00-5:00 p.m. • 10-16 year olds will be from 5:00-6:00 p.m. Contact: Mark Allemang Email: mark@geonetconsulting.com or Phone: 905-808-4300

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Parks, Forestry & Trails Norfolk County Parks and Recreation We are the stewards of your parkland and sports facilities. We are always looking for ways to improve service delivery and are open to new ideas and partnerships to increase the opportunities for our patrons to have an enjoyable recreational experience. Please assist us in keeping our playgrounds and facilities safe and clean by reporting any broken or worn equipment you may find. Refer to Community Services Directory (page 10) for staff contact information.

Norfolk County Parks and Recreation Department welcomes your project and enhancement ideas that will benefit all the families and individuals of Norfolk County. If you have a project idea please let us know by contacting: Todd Shoemaker Director, Parks and Recreation Norfolk County, Community Services todd.shoemaker@norfolkcounty.ca 519-426-5870 x 2202

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Parks, Forestry & Trails Call before you cut! Nestled in the heart of Canada’s Carolinian Forest, Norfolk County boasts some of the highest ecological diversity in Canada. Norfolk’s forests have played an integral role in the evolution of the County from pioneer status to a modern and vibrant agricultural centre. The natural resource sector, such as timber operations, is second in economic importance to agriculture.

market your forest products, woodlot owners are encouraged to join the Norfolk Woodlot Owners Association. For more information please visit: www.norfolkwoodlots.com

Norfolk County’s Forest Conservation By-law is in place to help protect one of our most valuable natural resources. If you would like to: • Harvest trees from your woodlot • Report potential violations of the Forest Conservation By-law • Seek advice and guidance towards proper stewardship of your woodlot Please contact Norfolk County’s Forest Conservation Services at x 2224 Forestry staff is available to assist you with your forest management objectives and to respond to calls of illegal harvesting activities. For additional information and opportunities to

Urban Forestry Services Norfolk County is committed to the protection and improvement of our urban forest. Trees are a significant part of a healthy and liveable community. Our community trees are an important source of shade, they reduce air pollution, increase property values, provide pollinator habitat, bird habitat, and improve our quality of life. Community trees are all trees located within Norfolk County road allowance, parks, urban ravines, cemeteries, or trails.

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Please contact the Norfolk County Arborist for inquiries to the following services: • Norfolk County tree planting program • Inspection of the health or structural condition of a community tree • Removal or destruction of a community tree The Norfolk County Arborist may be reached at (519) 426-5870 x 2245 If there is an emergency involving a fallen tree or broken branches impacting a roadway please contact: Public Works (519) 582-2100

Norfolk County: 519-426-5870 www.norfolkcounty.ca


Parks, Forestry & Trails Environmental Stewardship Team The Norfolk Environmental Stewardship Team is a program organized by Norfolk County Forestry. This unique summer job opportunity provides participants with a hands-on learning experience in the field of natural resources. A career in natural resources can be very appealing, but finding job experience locally can be a challenge. Through our partners, Norfolk County offers relevant working experience to Norfolk youth (ages 18-24) right in their own backyard. Prerequisites for the program include being enrolled in a post-secondary program related to career development in the natural resource field.

Summer Student online applications are accepted until 4:30pm on February 28, 2019. Students must be returning to Full-Time studies in September 2019. Apply online at: www.sea.norfolkcounty.ca Norfolk would like to thank partnership groups including but not limited to: Long Point Conservation Authority, Nature Conservancy of Canada, Alternative Land Use Services, Norfolk Woodlot Owners Association, and the Norfolk Land Stewardship Council.

If you are interested in the program, as a potential partner, please contact Norfolk County Community Services, Forestry: 519-426-5870 x 2224

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Parks, Forestry & Trails Don Shay Memorial Dog Park For your use and enjoyment. This is a partially fenced, leash-free dog park. 30 Hunt Street North, Simcoe 519-426-5870 x 2216 Waterford Audrey S. Hellyer Dog Park For your use and enjoyment. This is a fully fenced, leash-free dog park. 32 East Church Street, Waterford 519-426-5870 x 2216

Comments and feedback are most welcome. Please obey and respect the Rules & Regulations of the Dog Park.

Injured, wild and stray animals

Vandalism Affects Us All

Senseless acts of vandalism and criminal activities in your parks and facilities, within your County trails and forests and at your cemeteries - cost the taxpayers thousands of dollars each year and can create unattractive and unsafe conditions for residents and visitors to our community. Help your County staff and community volunteers keep these areas in safe and attractive condition. When senseless vandalism or criminal acts occur on county property it impacts YOU! These costs are the taxpayers, so when you see activities occurring on county property or property owned and maintained by volunteers for the good of the community, it is YOUR PROPERTY - PROTECT IT BY REPORTING IT! to the Community Services at (519) 426-5870 x 2200 By taking ownership and pride in our community we need to take a 0% TOLERANCE APPROACH so we have $0 spent on vandalism and criminal acts.

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Have you found a wild animal that is injured or dead in one of Norfolk County’s parks or trails? Please call Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry:

1-800-667-1940 (injured)

If you find a dead animal domestic or wild on a Norfolk County road please call Norfolk County Public Works: 519-582-2100 Have you found an injured or stray dog in one of Norfolk County’s parks? Please call or page Hill Side Kennels 1-888-469-3247 or page 519-536-4131

Rabbit and Pheasant Hunting Opportunities

The hunting of Rabbit and Pheasant in Norfolk County requires a Provincial Small Game License and a Norfolk County Rabbit and Pheasant License. Rabbit and Pheasant Licenses can be purchased at any Norfolk County Municipal Office or a number of local businesses across Norfolk. Visit www.norfolkcounty.ca for more information about hunting opportunities.

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Parks, Forestry & Trails Norfolk Cemeteries Norfolk County manages, directly and through the dedicated resources of various community Cemetery Boards, a diverse range of active public urban and rural cemeteries, as well as a multitude of abandoned cemeteries. My parents purchased 4 graves; 2 for themselves and two for my spouse and I at Oakwood Cemetery, Simcoe. I have made other arrangements to be interred elsewhere - can I sell the graves set aside for my spouse and I? Possibly - but first you need to contact the Cemetery Board, in this case Norfolk County Cemeteries - you would be required to first document that these graves are yours to sell, and if you want to sell them privately, you need a letter from the County authorizing such, which would detail the present value of the grave(s) to potential buyers. You cannot sell grave(s) for more than the present value.

Graves that have been sold in multiples - which already have an interment or a monument erected, cannot be sold. What if I cannot sell these grave(s)? Norfolk County may purchase these grave(s) back. A Cemetery Board, whether public or private are not obliged to purchase any grave(s) back. Maps are available for all Norfolk County cemeteries at www.norfolkcounty.ca/living/birth-marriageand-death/cemeteries/ Winter Access - Norfolk County Cemetery Access & Roads are not routinely maintained during winter months. Please use at your own risk. General Inquiries Debbie McIntyre-Salens Parks and Recreation Operations Clerk x 2214 debbie.mcintyre-salens@norfolkcounty.ca Oakwood Cemetery Columbarium Niches Now Available

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Commemorative Bench & Tree Programs For more information regarding: Commemorative Bench and Tree Program Blaire Sylvester Public Transportation/Business Development Coordinator x 2275 blaire.sylvester@norfolkcounty.ca Customer Service x 2200 Online Registration: nora.norfolkcounty.ca

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Community Picnic Pavilions

Picnic Pavilions are open May 1-October 31 Courtland Lions Community Park 329 Main Street

Delhi Kinsmen Community Sports Park 144 Western Avenue

Delhi Quance Park 200 Talbot Road

Langton Athletic Park 30 Albert Street

Simcoe Kinsmen Park 11 Windham Street

Simcoe Lions Park 75 Davis Street East

St. Williams Lions Community Park 114 Queen Street East

Long Point Lions Park 11 Sea Queen Rd.

Port Dover Kinsmen 1027 Highway #6

Type A Pavilion rentals - $58.00 + HST Type B Pavilion (picnic shelter) rentals - $33.00 + HST These are all smoke free buildings For more info, please contact Cassidy Rathwell, Facility Booking Clerk, x 2226 or email Facility.Bookings@norfolkcounty.ca

Thompson Memorial Park 17 Oaks Blvd. Beth McKenzie 226-567-0858

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Turkey Point 4 Meadowbrook Ave. Leonard & Cathie Cosley 519-427-6879

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The safe, fast and convenient childcare registry. Applying for child care is easier than ever with OneList, an online centralized childcare registry, waitlist and information service that simplifies the process of applying for child care. OneList provides you with: • • • • • •

the ability to research different licensed child care providers and the type of care offered; view maps of locations of licensed child care programs close to your home or work; the option to apply simultaneously to any number of licenced child care programs for multiple children; access to change your application anywhere, anytime; and, a highly secure website that ensures your privacy.

Get on OneList today! To register visit: HaldimandNorfolkOneList.ca For support: call: 1.888.722.1540 or email: support@onehsn.com

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Learn to Skate Waterford Tricenturena Skating Club Canskate Learn to Skate STARSkate Group and Private Lessons NEW! Adult Skatefit Program Programs offered in Both Waterford and Simcoe.

Registration for Fall/Winter 2019/20

Early Bird Registration open July 1-31, 2019 $50 off/skater Please check our website for program information and registration

50th Anniversary Carnival "Golden Memories" featuring Elvis Stojko Saturday April 6, 2019 Tickets available on our website

To Contact WTSC: Email: wtsc.info@gmail.com or visit: waterfordtricenturaskatingclub.com or call: (226) 931-2570 or (519) 427-8685

Arena Advertising Opportunities

Port Rowan Marina 

Features a boat ramp, seasonal slips, and overnight transient docks

Opens May 1! For more information please call 519-426-5999

Langton Skating Club 2019/2020 Season

- Synchro - CanSkate and PrePower - Private and Group Lessons - Summer skating Registration for Winter session in August/September 2019

For information about our programs and registration, contact: Marleen 519-875-4160 all programs sanctioned by Skate Canada

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Arenas & Skating Public Skating Policy

Registration for all programs, workshops and events begins February 25th and closes 7 days prior to the event. Be sure to register early to avoid disappointment. Failure to register in advance may result in program cancellation.

• Children under 12 years old must be supervised by an adult • All participants must be wearing skates while on the ice • Helmets are strongly recommended • No games, skating backwards, figure skating or speed skating allowed • No items, such as strollers, pucks, sticks etc. are allowed on the ice • No electronic devices allowed while skating • No food or drink on ice. Anyone under the influence of alcohol may not participate • No sitting on the boards • Skate with the direction of all skaters, and exit ice to rest • No skaters permitted on ice when the resurfacer is operating • Any verbal/physical abuse by patrons will not be tolerated

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Arenas and Skating Spring & Summer Skating at Simcoe Recreation Centre Arena May 1 - September 15

Occasionally, skating may be cancelled due to special events. Please call 519-426-8866 X. 2226 for more information and to confirm skate times.

Adult Skate ($2.25) Mondays 10:00 am - 12 pm Fridays 12 pm - 1:30 pm

Sticks & Pucks ($2.25)

Public/Family Skate (Free)

Parent & Tot (Free)

Fridays 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Saturdays 1:00 - 2:30 pm Sundays 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Sundays 10:00-11:30 am

Fall & Winter Skating October 1 - March 31

Public Skating at the Simcoe Recreation Centre (SRC) Arena begins October 26th Reminders: Occasionally skating may be cancelled due to special events. Please call x 2226 to confirm skate time and visit our Facebook page for public service disruptions. All skates are public skates unless otherwise indicated. All public skating is free! Monday

Tuesday

Adult Sticks & Pucks ($2.25) 10:30 am 12 pm (starts Oct. 1)

Public/ Family 4:00 5:00pm

Langton Arena

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Public/ Family 3:30 4:30pm

Port Dover Arena

Adult ($2.25) 10:00 am 12pm

Delhi Arena

Simcoe Recreation Centre Arena

Parent & Tot 10:30 am 12pm

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Adult Sticks & Pucks ($2.25) 12:00 pm 1:30 pm (until October)

Adult Public/ Adult ($2.25) ($2.25) Family 12:00 - 1:30pm 10:30 am 2:00 12pm 10:30 am 3:00pm Public/ 12:00 pm Family (October 26 3:30 - 4:30pm March 31) Adult ($2.25) 9:30 - 11:00am Public/Family 3:30 - 4:30pm @NorfolkRec

Public/ Family 3:00 4:00pm

Public/ Family 1:00 2:00pm

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Arenas and Skating Adult An awesome way to get some exercise and meet new people! Cost per skater is $2.25.

Adult Sticks & Pucks This ice time is geared towards a casual skate on the ice where sticks and pucks are permitted. Cost per skater is $2.25.

Public/Family Skates Come one, come all! Norfolk County invites all members of the public to join us for free skating!

Parent & Tot A great opportunity to get out on the ice and practice with your young ones! Recreational skate frames allowed during this skate only.

Shinny Ice All shinny ice is at the discretion of the arena staff on duty. Shinny ice requests are to be called in to each arena the day that the individual would like shinny. Shinny is Monday through Friday 7:00am 5:00pm. The cost is $7.25 per person or $5.00 for Seniors 55+. All individuals must wear skates and full equipment.

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Past and present Parks & Recreation staff celebrating Todd Knechtel's retirement.

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Arenas and Skating All arena bookings: Cassidy Rathwell, Facility Booking Clerk, x 2226 or email: facility.bookings@norfolkcounty.ca Payments for ice bookings can be received at: Community Services: 95 Culver Street, Simcoe; Simcoe Recreation Centre; Langton Administration Building; Delhi Administration Building; or online at nora.norfolkcounty.ca Arena floor rentals are During the summer months, ice rentals are only available at available May through August Meeting room facilities are at all arenas, except the the Simcoe Recreation Centre available Monday to Sunday. Simcoe Recreation Centre. Arena.

Delhi Community Centre Arena

144 Western Avenue, Delhi Telephone: 519-582-2500 x 6042

Simcoe Recreation Centre Arena

182 South Drive, Simcoe Telephone: 519-426-8866 x 2256

Langton Arena

Port Dover Arena

30 Albert Street, Langton Telephone: 519-875-2709 x 6043

809 St. George Street, Port Dover Telephone: 519-583-1700 x 6041

Talbot Gardens Arena

Waterford Tricenturena

10 Talbot Street North, Simcoe Telephone: 519-426-4695 x 6040

32 East Church Street, Waterford Telephone: 519-443-8256 x 6039

Ice Booking

If you are interested in booking ice, check arena ice availability online: nora.norfolkcounty.ca Steps: 1. Select View Facilities Availability. 2. Select the date and time frame you are looking for. 3. Then enter Function Ice Hockey Non Prime/ or Ice Hockey Prime, At Type enter: Arena 4. Select Search (blue button) and a list of all available ice time for each facility will come up. 5. Send an email through to facility.bookings@norfolkcounty.ca requesting the ice time. 6. The Facility Booking Clerk will get back to you with rates and fees.

Rental Rates

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7:00 am - 12:59 pm

$79.10 per hour including HST

Monday-Friday

1:00 pm - 4:59 pm & 10:00 pm - 11:59pm

$136.73 per hour including HST

Monday-Friday

5:00 pm - 9:59 pm

Saturday, Sunday & holidays 7:00 am - 11:59 pm NorfolkRecreation

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$192.14 per hour including HST

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Arenas and Skating Kowalsky Elite Ice Conditioning

A conditioning program for Bantam, Midget and Junior players will be offered for four weeks (June to August). Instructor: Rick Kowalsky Jr. Mondays and Wednesdays June 24 - August 7 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm Ages 14-21 Simcoe Rec Centre

Pay as you go: $25.00/visit Passcard: 6 sessions: $90.50 12 sessions: $177.00

Tri-County Pros Hockey School for Boys and Girls

The “coolest” hockey school offers on-ice training and off-ice conditioning taught by local NHL players, professional coaches and fitness experts. We specialize in manyunique drills (including NHL style small ice drills) and scrimmages designed for the purpose of making sure players “play hard, have fun and learn to be good teammates!” Instructors: Geordie Kinnear & Ryan Horvat Session 1 Ages: 11-13 Monday, July 15 - Friday, July 19 On Ice: 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Off Ice: 9:00 - 10:00 am $286.00 Simcoe Rec Centre Barcode: 32631 Goalies: 32634 (2 goalie spots, Free)

Session 2 Ages: 7-10 Monday, July 22 - Friday, July 26 On Ice: 8:30 - 10:30 am Off Ice: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm $286.00 Simcoe Rec Centre Barcode: 32638 Goalies: 32641 (2 goalie spots, Free)

Session 2 Ages: 11-13 Monday, July 22 - Friday, July 26 On Ice: 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Off Ice: 9:00 - 10:00 am $286.00 Simcoe Rec Centre Barcode: 32632 Goalies: 32635 (2 goalie spots, Free)

Session 3 Ages: 7-10 Monday, August 12 - Friday, August 16 On Ice: 8:30 - 10:30 am Off Ice: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm $286.00 Simcoe Rec Centre Barcode: 32639 Goalies: 32642 (2 goalie spots, Free)

Session 3 Ages: 11-13 Monday, August 12 - Friday, August 16 On Ice: 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Off Ice: 9:00 - 10:00 am $286.00 Simcoe Rec Centre Barcode: 32633 Goalies: 32636 (2 goalie spots, Free)

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Session 1 Ages: 7-10 Monday, July 15 - Friday, July 19 On Ice: 8:30 - 10:30 am Off Ice: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm $286.00 Simcoe Rec Centre Barcode: 32637 Goalies: 32640 (2 goalie spots, Free)

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Parks & Recreation

Pizza, Decora�ons, Party Host, and more! Let's throw a party! Our staff will take care of all the details to make your child's birthday party one to remember. Swim or skate par�es are available! Par�es include: 1 party host, room rental, party decora�ons, 2 large pizzas, cupcakes, juice and either a one hour swim or skate for up to 10 children ( including birthday child). Note: swimming and ska�ng are during public �mes. Par�es are subject to availability of facili�es. Swim admission standards apply to swim par�es. Parents will be asked to assist in supervision during swim �me. Invita�ons and party favors are not included.

Swim Party

Saturdays 2:00pm- 4:30pm Sundays 12:00pm- 2:30pm

$255.00

Skate Party

Saturdays 1:00pm- 3:30pm Sundays 2:00pm- 4:30pm

(or 11:30 - 2:00 pm, May & June only)

$230.00

Ages: 6- 12 years. Loca�on: Simcoe Recrea�on Centre norfolkcounty.ca Par�es must be prepaid at �me of booking. ( Par�es available un�l June 23) To book your party contact Jayne: jayne.aldridge@norfolkcounty.ca | 519-426-8866 x 2302


Aquatics !

Important Notice about our Swim Program We are changing our swim lesson program from the Red Cross to Lifesaving Society. This change will take place in our Spring Session which starts after March Break.

Program Design

The Lifesaving Program is designed similar to the Red Cross Program Why the change? Here are the benefits of switching: • Parent & Tot for parents and children up to 3 years • Levels are more attainable and include fun items, of age (similar to Starfish, Duck & Sea Turtle) while continuing to improve on skills • Preschool for children 3 to 5 years (similar to Sea • More focus on survival skills and swimming ability Otter through to Whale) • Swimmer for children 1-6 years and older ( similar versus perfect strokes to Swim Kids 1 – 10) • Practical application of water safety in the water How do I know what level to register my child in? • Leads seamlessly into the Society’s lifesaving training and leadership awards Please take time to review the conversion charts on pages 73 & 74 to find out how to convert a Red Cross • Municipalities in our surrounding area have already changed to the Lifesaving Program, therefore level to the new Lifesaving level and to ensure you are registering your child in the correct level. all pools in our area will be teaching the same program,so there will be consistency with levels If you have any questions please call us or schedule a and less confusion if your child has taken lessons free swim assessment. elsewhere. 68


Aquatics Swim Admission Standard Facility Swim Test

This swim test is a minimum of 2 widths of the swimming pool. Swimmers must be able to swim these 2 widths uninterrupted, without touching the bottom and swim with confidence.

Unsure?

Colour Red

• Issued to all children under the age of 7 years upon arrival to the facility. • They must swim in the shallow end with a parent/guardian who is 14+ years. • Children must remain within arm’s reach of the parent/guardian. • Maximum of 2 children per parent/guardian (2:1), or 4 children per parent if children are in lifejackets (4:1).

OR

Ages 0-7

Colour Yellow

• Issued to all children 7-10 years who are non-swimmers upon arrival to the facility. • They must swim in the shallow end with a parent/guardian who is 14+ years. • Children must remain within arm’s reach of the parent/guardian. • Maximum of 2 children per parent/guardian (2:1), or 4 children per parent if children are in lifejackets (4:1). • Children 7-10 years who are swimmers and would like to swim in the deep end will be issued a yellow wristband un�l comple�on of the Facility Swim Test.

OR

Ages 7-10

Colour Green

Be Sure!

• Issued to all children 7-10+ years who have successfully completed the Facility Swim Test. • A green wristband indicates to lifeguards that they are able to swim in any area of the pool. • We suggest the guardian con�nue to swim with their child regardless of the child’s swimming ability.

Ages 7-10+

Swim Descriptions Buddy Swim – Bring a buddy and they get in FREE! Every Tuesday 7:00-8:00 pm and Friday 7:30-8:30pm! Special family price $4.75

Open Swim – Open to families, general public and

Lengths & Leisure – This swim is for anyone who

Mobility – An instructed class taught by our staff.

like to swim lengths and/or exercise at a leisurely pace.

the pool by an adult. Family consists of any two adults and children that are siblings to a maximum of 6 family members.

This class works to maintain and increase joint mobility and range of motion. It is great for those with arthritis, fibromyalgia or those who have had joint replacements.

Therapy Swim – A recreational, leisure swim time. Therapy swim provides an opportunity to work on prescribed exercises in the warm water.

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Family Swim – Children must be accompanied in

length swimmers. One or two lane ropes will be put in for length swimmers.


Aquatics | Annaleise Carr Aquatic Centre Swim Admission Standard is in effect. All swim times are subject to change. Please call to confirm schedule. Please check Special Events & Promotions page for details on PA Day swims. Please be aware that there will be a few minutes of transition time in between programs and swims to allow staff to prepare for the next program/swim. Thank you for your co-operation.

Spring: Effective March 18 - June 29, 2019 Monday

Tuesday Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

7:30 - 9 am

no class May 30

7:30 - 9 am 7:30 - 9 am Lengths & 7:30 - 9 am 12 - 1 pm 7:30 - 9 am 12 - 1 pm 12 - 1 pm 12 - 1 pm 3 - 4 pm 2:15 - 3:15 pm Leisure 2:15 - 3:15pm 3 - 4 pm 3 - 4 pm 8:45 -9:45pm 8:45 -9:45pm

Public Swims

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Family

-

Buddy Swim Public Swim 7 - 8 pm 2 - 3 pm -

-

-

Saturday

Sunday

9:30 10:25 am* no class

12 - 1 pm *cancelled

March 23

April 7

Buddy Swim Public Swim Public Swim 1:00 7:30 - 8:30 pm 3 - 4 pm* 2:30 pm ends May 31

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Aquafit 9-9:45 am 9 - 9:45 am (D) (S) S=Shallow 9 - 9:45 am (D) D=Deep 7:45-8:30pm 9:50-10:35 am 9 - 9:45 am ends May 28 7:00 -7:45 pm C=Combo no class May 20 (G) (SP) (D) (S) G=Gentle SP=Special June classes 8 - 8:45 pm

-

6:15 - 8:00pm

-

9 - 9:45am (S)

-

9 - 9:45 am (S)

no class April 7

(ends June 9)

7-7:45pm

(C)

Therapy

-

-

12 - 1 pm

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-

-

-

Mobility

-

-

11:10 11:55 am

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-

-

-

AquaYoga

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-

1 - 1:55 pm

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-

-

-

*Pool is open May 20 - Special Schedule, see page 84

*

Spring & Summer Public Swim Admissions (Taxes included) - Effective March 18 Valid at the Annaleise Carr Aquatic Centre and Delhi Kinsmen Pool

General Admissions

(including Therapy swim)

Pass Cards 10 Swims

3 Month Pass

6 Month Pass

Children under 2 are FREE!

$2.75

$24.85

$79.10

$136.73

Adult Family

$4.75 $9.25

$42.94 $83.62

$144.64 -

$248.60 -

Child/Senior

Aqua Fitness, Aqua Yoga & Mobility (Taxes included) Pay as you go

Pass Card 10 Swims

Pass Card 20 Swims

Pass Card 50 Swims

12 Month Unlimited Pass

$8.25

$65.54

$115.26

$247.47

$363.57

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Aquatics Swim Admission Standard is in effect. All swim times are subject to change. Please call to confirm schedule. Please check Special Events & Promotions page for details on holiday swims. Please be aware that there will be a few minutes of transition time in between programs and swims to allow staff to prepare for the next program/swim. Thank you for your co-operation.

Summer: Effective June 30 - September 1, 2019 Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

7:30 - 9 am 11:30 - 1 pm 7:30 9:00 am Lengths & - 4:00 pm* 7:30 - 9:00 am 11:30 - 1 pm 3 *Cancelled 3:00 - 4:00 pm Leisure 3:00 - 4:00 pm July 2 & 9 7:45 - 8:45pm

Friday

7:30 - 9 am 7:30 - 9 am 11:30 - 1 pm 11:30 - 1 pm 3:00- 4:00 pm 7:45 - 8:45pm 3:00- 4:00 pm

Saturday

7:30 - 9 am

G=Gentle

*Ends Aug. 19

Therapy

-

-

12:30-1:30 pm

-

-

-

Mobility

-

-

11:40-12:25 pm

-

-

-

AquaYoga

-

-

7:15 - 8:10 pm July 3-August 21 only

-

-

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Summer Pool Closures & Cancellations Lengths & Leisure cancelled July 2 & 9, 3:00 - 4:00 pm Pool is open on July 1 & August 5.

Change Room Age Requirements

Children 7 years of age or older are required to use the same gender change room. Our family change room is also available.

Photography Policy

SPLASH PASS Swim ALL summer for one low price! Child/Senior: $57 Adult: $104, Family: $206 Plus HST

Personal Belongings

We are not responsible for lost or stolen items. Please leave valuable items at home or use the coin operated lockers. Medical Conditions Individuals with a serious medical condition are at greater risk while swimming. They should be accompanied by another individual knowledgeable of their condition. The Annaleise Carr Aquatic Centre and Delhi Kinsmen Pool are equipped with orthopaedic stairs and a pool lift for easy entry into the pool.

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Patrons wishing to use video cameras or other photographic devices, including camera phones and personal digital assistants (PDAs), in any registered or supervised program must receive permission from staff before filming. The use of cell phones, PDAs, or any other devices designed to take photographs, is prohibited in all change room and washroom areas in the recreation facilities in Norfolk County.

Closed Sundays

Public Swim Public Swim Public & Public Swim 2:00 - 3:00 pm Public Swim 2:00 - 3:00 pm Public Swim Open Swim Open Swims 2:00 - 3:00 pm Buddy Swim 2:00 - 3:00pm Open Swim 2:00 - 3:00 pm 12:00 - 2 pm 6:00 - 7:00 pm 4:00-6:00 pm Aquafit S=Shallow 9-9:45 am (S) 9 - 9:45 am (D) 9 - 9:45am (G) 9 - 9:45 am (D) 7 - 7:45 pm 9 - 9:45 am (S) 9 - 9:45 am (S) D=Deep (C) C=Combo 7-7:45 pm (S)* 7 - 7:45 pm (C)


Aquatics Lesson Supervisor A supervisor is on duty during lessons. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your child’s progress, please speak to the supervisor for assistance. Deck supervisors will be wearing purple shirts. OOPS! We didn’t know you wanted it! Sometimes excellent courses with super instructors are cancelled if someone waits until the last minute to register. The Supervisor, Aquatics, makes a decision approximately one week prior to the start date to allow for proper preparation. Please register early! Special Needs If your child has special needs, please complete, please speak to our Customer Service Team at the Customer Service Desk. There are forms available so our staff can serve the needs of your child. Parent's Day Parent's Day is always held on the fifth class. Classes will end 5 minutes early so parents/ caregivers may have the opportunity to speak directly with the instructor teaching their child. Swim Lesson Evaluations We want to know what you really think! Complete this form for your chance to win a gift certificate. Advanced Leadership Courses Norfolk County offers advanced leadership, lifeguard training, and first aid programs from the Lifesaving Society. For those interested in becoming instructors, we offer the Life Saving Assistant Instructor Course, Swim Instructor Course and Life Saving Instructor Course. See page 82 for information on these courses.

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Cancellations & Emergency Closings Cancellations may be made due to unforeseen circumstances including but not limited to; insufficient registrations, weather, equipment malfunctions, pool fouling, etc. In the event of a class cancellation, staff will make every effort to contact participants prior to the start time of the program. Cancellations will be announced on myFM 98.9, on Facebook @NorfolkRecreation and Twitter @Norfolkrec In the event that Norfolk County cancels a class, program or session, a full program credit will be automatically applied to the customer account at the time of cancellation. Refunds are available upon request only. Please register early to avoid the disappointment of cancelled courses. Pool fouling may cause closure of our pools anywhere from 1-48 hours When a pool fouling occurs the pool must be closed. This causes disruption to our programs, is costly, and is an inconvenience to you - our customers. Help keep our pool open by following these tips and health practices that will help stop the spread of germs and reduce the number of closures in our pools: 1. Feed your children at least one hour before swimming. 2. Wash your body thoroughly with soap and water before entering the pool. 3. Take your children to the bathroom before swimming. 4. Swimmers under 3 years of age, swimmers over 3 years of age who are not toilet-trained and adults who are incontinent must wear a swim diaper. 5. Wash your hands with soap and water after using the toilet or after changing diapers. 6. Do not spit in the pool. 7. Do not swim when you have diarrhea or are feeling sick. This is especially important for children in diapers.

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Aquatics

Swim Conversion Chart! If your child... Is 4 to 12 months old and ready to learn to enjoy the water with parent…

Previously in Red Cross Swim:

Register in Lifesaving Society:

Starfish

Parent & Tot 1

Duck

Parent & Tot 2

Sea Turtle

Parent & Tot 3

Is 12 to 24 months old and ready to learn to enjoy the water with parent…

Is 2 to 3 years old and ready to learn to enjoy the water with a parent… Is 3 to 5 years and just starting out on his or her own.... If 6 years+… Can get in and out and jump into chest-deep water assisted; float and glide on front and back; blow bubbles and get face wet...

Preschool 1 Sea Otter Swimmer 1 Preschool 2 Salamander Swimmer 1

If 6 years+… Can jump into chest-deep water; submerge and exhale underwater; float on front and back assisted for 3 sec....

Preschool 3 Sunfish

If 6 years+…

Swimmer 1

Can jump into deep water wearing a lifejacket; recover objects from the bottom; hold breath underwater; float, glide and kick on front and back...

Preschool 4 Crocodile Swimmer 1

Can do solo jumps into deep water; swim front crawl 5 m wearing a lifejacket and flutter kick on front, back and side…

Preschool 5 Whale

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Aquatics

Swim Conversion Chart! Previously in Red Cross Swim:

Register in Lifesaving Society:

Swim Kids 1

Swimmer 1

Can jump into chest-deep water by themselves and into deep-water wearing a lifejacket; open eyes, hold breath, and exhale underwater; float, kick and glide on front and back...

Swim Kids 2

Swimmer 2

Can jump into deep water and do a sideways entry wearing a lifejacket; support self at the surface for 15 sec.; do whip kick in vertical position; and swim 10 m on front and back..

Swim Kids 3

Swimmer 3

Can tread for 30 sec.; do kneeling dives and front somersaults; 10 m whip kick on back; and swim 15 m front crawl and back crawl..

Swim Kids 4 Swim Kids 5

Swimmer 4

Can complete the Canadian Swim to Survive Standard: Roll – Tread (1 min.) – Swim (50 m); dive; swim underwater; 15 m whip kick on front; breaststroke arms with breathing; and swim front and back crawl 25 m…

Swim Kids 6

Swimmer 5

Can do shallow dives and cannonballs; eggbeater and scissor kick; swim 50 m front and back crawl; breaststroke for 25 m; sprint 25 m; interval training 4 x 50 m..

Swim Kids 7

Swimmer 6

Can do stride entries and compact jumps; legs-only surface support for 45 sec.; sprint 25 m breaststroke; swim 100 m of front crawl and back crawl and 300 m workout...

Swim Kids 8

Swimmer 7 Rookie Patrol

Successful completion of Swimmer 7 Rookie Patrol

Swim Kids 9

Swimmer 8 Ranger Patrol

Successful completion of Swimmer 8 Ranger Patrol

Swim Kids 10

Swimmer 9 Star Patrol

If your child... Is 6 to 12 years and just starting out…

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Aquatics Parent & Tot Program (4 months - 3 years)

Spend quality time with your child while you both have fun and learn and socialize through structured in-water interaction between parent and child, we stress the importance of play in developing water-positive attitudes and skills. We provide Lifesaving Society Water Smart® tips on keeping your child safe in any aquatic setting. Certified instructors provide guidance and answers to your questions. Because activities and progressions are based on child development, you register in the level appropriate for your child’s age: 4–12 months, 12–24 months, or 2–3 years.

Parent & Tot 1 Designed for the 4 to 12-month-old to learn to enjoy the water with the parent.

Parent & Tot 2 Designed for the 12 to 24-month-old to learn to enjoy the water with the parent. Parent & Tot 3 Designed for the 2 to 3-year-old to learn to enjoy the water with the parent.

Preschool Program (3 - 5 years) Give your child a head start on learning to swim. The Lifesaving Society Preschool program develops an appreciation and healthy respect for the water before these kids get in too deep. In our basic aquatic progressions we work to ensure 3 to 5-year olds become comfortable in the water and have fun acquiring and developing a foundation of water skills. We incorporate Lifesaving Society Water Smart® education in all Preschool levels. These preschoolers will have fun learning to get in and out of the water. We’ll help them jump into chest deep water. They’ll floats and glide on their front and back, and learn to get their face wet and blow bubbles underwater.

Preschool 2

These preschoolers learn to jump into chest deep water by themselves, and get in and get out wearing a lifejacket. They’ll submerge and exhale underwater. While wearing a lifejacket they’ll glide on their front and back.

Preschool 3

These youngsters will try both jumping and a sideways entry into deep water while wearing a lifejacket. They’ll recover objects from the bottom in waist-deep water. They’ll work on kicking and gliding through the water on their front and back.

Preschool 4

Advanced preschoolers will learn to do solo jumps into deeper water and get out by themselves. They’ll do sideways entries and open their eyes underwater. They’ll master a short (5 m) swim on their front wearing a lifejacket and gliding and kicking on their side.

Preschool 5

These youngsters get more adventuresome with a forward roll entry wearing a lifejacket and treading water for 10 sec. They’ll work on front and back crawl swims for 5 m, interval training and get a giggle out of whip kick.

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Aquatics| Annaleise Carr Aquatic Centre For level description see page 75!

For children 4 months - 5 years old 10 Lessons: $70.00

Spring Group parented classes (parent goes in the water with child) NOTE: Mondays Classes may March 18 be May 20 combined 10 Lessons

Sundays Fridays Tuesdays Wednesdays Thursdays March 22 - Saturdays March 24 March 19 - March 20 - March 21March 30 June 9 May 31 May 21 May 22 June 1 May 23 10 Lessons 10 Lessons 10 Lessons 10 Lessons 10 Lessons (cancelled 10 Lessons (cancelled April 19)

Level Parent & Tot 1&2

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10:45 32699 10:00 32700 6:00 32701

Parent & Tot 2&3

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Squirts

10:00 32710

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10:30 32702

11:15 32703 10:30 32704 6:30 32706 6:30 32705

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11:00 32707 10:00 32708

5:00 32805 6:00 32806 5:30 32804

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12:00 32807 10:30 32829 1:00 33015 10:45 32830

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-

April 7 & 21)

-

Group unparented classes (children attend the class on their own) Fridays

NOTE: Mondays Tuesdays Wednesdays Thursdays March 22 - Saturdays Classes may March 18 - March 19 - March 20 - March 21March 30 May 31 May 21 be May 22 May 20 June 1 May 23 10 Lessons combined. 10 Lessons 10 Lessons 10 Lessons 10 Lessons (cancelled 10 Lessons

Time/Barcode

Level

April 19)

Sundays March 24 June 9 10 Lessons

(cancelled April 7 & 21)

4:15 32718 4:30 32711 5:00 32717 4:00 32721 1:00 32722 10:30 32725 32715 4:00 Preschool 1 10:00 32709 5:00 32713 32723 4:30 32720 1:00 1:30 32724 11:15 32726 5:30 32712 4:30 32714 5:30 32716 5:30 32719 11:30 32738 4:30 32732 Preschool 2 10:00 32709 5:00 32731 4:30 32733 4:30 32735 4:30 32737 12:00 32739 11:00 32741 11:30 32742 5:30 32730 5:00 32734 6:00 32736 12:30 32740 Preschool 3

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4:00 32746 4:30 32747 5:30 32749 5:00 32750 12:30 32751 11:00 32753 5:30 32748 2:00 32752

Preschool 4

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4:00 32755 4:30 32757 6:00 32800 4:30 32758 1:30 32759

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Preschool 5

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4:00 32755 5:30 32761 6:00 32800 4:30 32758 1:30 32762

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Aquatics | Annaleise Carr Aquatic Centre For level description see page 75!

For children 4 months - 5 years old Fees: 8 Lessons: $56.00 10 Lessons: $70.00

Presummer NOTE: Classes may be combined.

Preschool 1 (8 Lessons)

Mon. & Wed. June 3 - 27

5:30 32727

5:30 32743 6:00 32744

Tues. & Thurs. June 5 - 28

4:30 32728 5:00 32729

5:15 32745

Preschool 2 (8 Lessons)

Preschool 3 (8 Lessons)

Preschool 4 (8 Lessons)

Preschool 5 (8 Lessons)

6:00 32754

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-

4:30 32756

5:45 32760

5:45 32760

Time/Barcode

Dates

Summer Group parented classes (parent goes in the water with child) NOTE: Wednesdays Thursdays Classes may be combined

July 3 - August 21 8 Lessons

July 4 - August 22 8 Lessons

Saturdays

July 6 - August 24 8 Lessons

Time/Barcode

Level Parent & Tot 1

6:00 33018

6:00 33019

10:00 33020

Parent & Tot 2

6:00 33018 6:30 33021

6:00 33019 6:30 33022

10:00 33020 10:30 33023

Parent & Tot 3

6:30 33021

6:30 33022

10:30 33023

Squirts

5:00 33048

11:00 33049

Group unparented classes (children attend the class on their own) NOTE: Mondays Wednesdays Classes may July 1 - August 19 July 3 - August 21 be combined. 8 Lessons 8 Lessons

Session 1

July 1 - July 12 10 Lesons

Time/Barcode

Session 2 July 15 - 26 10 Lessons

Session 3

July 29 - Aug.9 10 Lessons

Session 4

August 12-24 10 Lessons

4:00 33024 4:30 33025 5:00 33026

4:00 33027

10:30 33070 11:00 33072 10:30 33073 11:00 33074

Preschool 2

5:00 33028 5:30 33029

4:30 33030 5:30 33031

10:00 33075 10:00 33076 11:00 33077 10:30 33078

Preschool 3

5:00 33032

5:00 33033

11:00 33079 11:00 33080 10:00 33081 11:00 33082

Preschool 4

6:00 33034

4:30 33035

11:00 33083 11:00 33084 10:30 33085 10:30 33086

Preschool 5

6:00 33034

4:30 33035

11:00 33083 11:00 33084 10:30 33085 10:30 33086

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Aquatics Swimmer Program (ages 6 +) The Lifesaving Society’s 6-level Swimmer program makes sure your children learn how to swim before they get in too deep. Swimmer progressions accommodate children 5 years and older including absolute beginners as well as swimmers who want to build on the basics. We stress lots of in-water practice to develop solid swimming strokes and skills. We incorporate Lifesaving Society Water Smart® education in all Swimmer levels.

Swimmer 1

These beginners will become comfortable jumping into water with and without a lifejacket. They’ll learn to open their eyes, exhale and hold their breath underwater. They’ll work on floats, glides and kicking through the water on their front and back.

Swimmer 2

These advanced beginners will jump into deeper water, and learn to be comfortable falling sideways into the water wearing a lifejacket. They’ll be able to support themselves at the surface without an aid, learn whip kick, swim 10 m on their front and back, and be introduced to flutter kick interval training (4 x 5 m).

Swimmer 3

These junior swimmers will dive, do in-water front somersaults, and handstands. They’ll work on 15 m of front crawl, back crawl and 10 m of whip kick. Flutter kick interval training increases to 4 x 15 m.

Swimmer 4

These intermediate swimmers will swim 5 m underwater and lengths of front, back crawl, whip kick, and breaststroke arms with breathing. Their new bag of tricks includes the completion of the Canadian Swim to Survive® Standard. They’ll cap it all off with front crawl sprints over 25 m and 4 x 25 m front or back crawl interval training.

Swimmer 5

These swimmers will master shallow dives, cannonball entries, eggbeater kicks, and in-water backward somersaults. They’ll refine their front and back crawl over 50 m swims of each, and breaststroke over 25 m. Then they’ll pick up the pace in 25 m sprints and two interval training bouts: 4 x 50 m front or back crawl; and 4 x 15 m breaststroke.

Swimmer 6

These advanced swimmers will rise to the challenge of sophisticated aquatic skills including stride entries, compact jumps and lifesaving kicks like eggbeater and scissor kick. They’ll develop strength and power in head-up breaststroke sprints over 25 m. They’ll easily swim lengths of front crawl, back crawl, and breaststroke, and they’ll complain about the 300 m workout.

Swim Patrol The Lifesaving Society’s 3-level Canadian Swim Patrol program provides enriched training for those who want to develop swim strokes and skills while having fun in the challenging world of lifesaving. Swim Patrol develops swimming strength and efficiency with emphasis on Water Smart® behaviour. Skill drills enhance capability in the water, good physical conditioning and lifesaving judgment. Swimmers continue stroke development with 50 m swims of front crawl, back crawl and breast-

Rookie Patrol stroke. Lifesaving sport skills include a 25 m obstacle swim and 15 m object carry. First aid foSwimmer 7 cuses on assessment of conscious victims, contacting EMS, and treatment for bleeding. Fitness improves in 350 m workouts and 100 m timed swims.

Ranger Patrol Swimmers develop better strokes over 75 m swims of each stroke. They tackle lifesaving sport Swimmer 8 skills in a lifesaving medley, timed object support and rescue with a buoyant aid. First aid fo-

cuses on assessment of unconscious victims, treatment of victims in shock and obstructed airway procedures. Skill drills develop a strong lifesaving foundation.

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Swimmers are challenged with 600 m workouts, 300 m timed swims and a 25 m object carry. Strokes are refined over 100 m swims. First aid focuses on treatment of bone or joint injuries and respiratory emergencies including asthma and allergic reactions. Lifesaving skills include defence methods, victim removals and rolling over and supporting a victim face up in shallow water.

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Aquatics | Annaleise Carr Aquatic Centre Fees: 8 Lessons: Levels 1 - 2 : $50.00, Levels 3 - 6 : $52.00 Levels 7-9: $56.00 Fees: 10 Lessons: Levels 1 - 2 : $62.00, Levels 3 - 6 : $65.00 Levels 7-9: $70.00

For level description see page 78!

Spring

Presummer Fridays Tuesdays Wednesdays Thursdays March 22 March 19 - March 20 - March 21May 31 May 21 10 Lessons May 22 May 23 10 Lessons 10 Lessons 10 Lessons (cancelled April 19)

Level

Saturdays March 30 June 1 10 Lessons

Sundays March 24June 9 10 Lessons

Mon & Wed

Tues & Thurs

June 3 - 26 8 Lessons

(cancelled April 7 & 21)

June 4 - 27 8 Lessons

Time/Barcode

Swimmer 1 4:30 32763 5:00 32764 4:30 32765 5:00 32766 2:00 32767

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5:00 32768 4:00 32769

Swimmer 2 5:30 32770 5:00 32771 4:45 32772 5:00 32773 11:30 32774

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5:00 32775 5:30 32776

Swimmer 3 4:30 32777 4:30 32778 5:15 32779 4:30 32780 12:30 32781

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6:15 32783 5:15 32782

Swimmer 4 4:30 32784 5:15 32785 4:30 32786

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12:45 32788 10:00 32789 6:15 32783 4:30 32790 1:15 32787

Swimmer 5 5:00 32791 5:30 32794 5:15 32792

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11:15 32793

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5:00 32795 6:15 32796

Swimmer 6 5:15 32797 5:30 32794 4:30 32798

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12:00 32799

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5:00 32795 6:15 32796

Swimmer 7

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6:45 32801 5:30 32802

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11:30 32803

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-

-

Swimmer 8

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6:45 32801 5:30 32802

-

11:30 32803

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-

-

Swimmer 9 Star Patrol

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6:45 32801 5:30 32802

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11:30 32803

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Rookie Patrol Ranger Patrol

Summer

- For Sessions 1-4, classes run Monday-Friday Mondays

Wednesdays

July 1-August 19 July 3-August 21 8 Lessons 8 Lessons

Level

Session 1 July 1-12 10 Lessons

Session 2 July 15-26 10 Lessons

Session 3

July 29 - Aug.9 10 Lessons

Session 4

August 12-23 10 Lessons

Time/Barcode 5:30 33036

4:30 33037

10:30 33087 10:30 33088 11:00 33089

10:00 33090

Swimmer 2

5:30 33038

4:00 33039

10:30 33087

10:30 33091

11:00 33092

11:00 33093

Swimmer 3

5:00 33040

5:15 33041

10:30 33094

10:30 33095

9:45 33096

9:45 33097

Swimmer 4

5:45 33042

5:30 33043

10:30 33094

10:30 33095

9:45 33096

9:45 33097

Swimmer 5

6:15 33044

4:30 33045

9:45 33098

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10:30 33099

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Swimmer 6

6:15 33046

4:30 33045

9:45 33098

-

10:30 33099

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Swimmer 7

-

5:00 33047

-

9:45 33100

-

10:30 33101

Swimmer 8

-

5:00 33047

-

9:45 33100

-

10:30 33101

Swimmer 9 Star Patrol

-

5:00 33047

-

9:45 33100

-

10:30 33101

Rookie Patrol Ranger Patrol

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Aquatics | Annaleise Carr Aquatic Centre For private lessons: Fees: 1:1 $19.40/30 minutes + HST, 1:2 $24.50/30 minutes + HST, 1:3 $34.75/30 minutes + HST Private & Semi-private lessons - Book in blocks as indicated **Privates with a ‘*’ must be at Swimmer 3 or higher**

Spring Date

Presummer

Time Barcode

Tuesdays March 19 May 21 Must book in block of 10 lessons Wednesdays March 20 May 22 Must book in block of 10 lessons Thursdays March 21 May 23 Must book in block of 10 lessons

4:00

4:00

32808 32809*

32813 32810* 32812 33014

7:00

32811* 32814*

4:00

32815* 32817 32816*

6:00

Fridays March 22 May 31 4:00 (cancelled April 19) Must book in block of 10 lessons Saturdays March 30 -June 1 Must book in 2:30 block of 10 lessons

32818* 32819* 32820 33013

32821 32822

32828

* Indicates participant must be in Swimmer 3 level or higher.

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Time Barcode

Mondays June 3 -24 Must book in block of 4 lessons

Tuesdays June 4 - 25 Must book in block of 4 lessons

Wednesdays June 5 - 26 Must book in block of 4 lessons

4:00 4:30 6:30 4:00 4:45 5:15 5:45 6:00 6:15 4:00 4:30 6:30

Thursdays June 6 - 27 Must book in block of 4 lessons

32824*

10:00 32825* Sundays March 24 10:30 32826 June 9 Must book in block of 10 lessons 11:00 32827 (cancelled April 7 & 21) 11:30

Date

4:00 4:45 5:15 5:45 6:00 6:15

Summer Date

Time

Mondays July 1 August 19 Must book in block of 8 lessons

4:00

Wednesdays July 3 August 21 Must book in block of 8 lessons @NorfolkRec

33127 33128 33129 32831 32832 32833 32834 32835 32844 32845* 32846 32847 32848 32849 32850 32836 32837 32838 32839 32840 32841 32842 32843 32851 32852 32853 32854 32855 32856 32857

6:00

Barcode 33059* 33060* 33050 33051 33052 33061*

4:00

33053 33054

6:00

33062*

4:30

Summer (continued) Date Saturdays July 6 - 27 Must book in block of 4 lessons Saturdays August 3- 24 Must book in block of 4 lessons

Time

Barcode

11:00

33055

11:30

33056

11:00

33057

11:30

33058

July 1 - 5 Session 1 Must book in block of 5 lessons

10:00

July 8 - 12 10:00

Session 2 Must book in block of 5 lessons

Session 3 Must book in block of 5 lessons

33103

July 15 - 19 10:00 33104 33106 July 23 - 27 10:00 33105 33107 July 29 - Aug. 2 10:00 33108 33110 10:30

33112

Aug. 5 - 9 10:00 33109 33111 10:30

Session 4 Must book in block of 5 lessons

33102

33113

August 12 - 16 10:00 33114 33116 10:30 33118 August 19 - 23 33115 10:00 33117 10:30 33119

Norfolk County: 519-426-5870 www.norfolkcounty.ca


Aquatics | Annaleise Carr Aquatic Centre Aqua Yoga The Sunday Workout This class will include a combination of dynamic, flowing movements and traditional yoga poses with the assistance of the water to help strengthen muscles and improve balance and co-ordination. This will be a PASS CA low impact class which uses also avail RDS a the water to cushion any See page ble! 70! movements and support the body. Wednesdays, March 20 - June 26 1:00 pm - 1:55 pm $8.25/class Wednesdays, July 3 - August 21 7:15 pm - 8:10 pm $8.25/class

This program is designed for experienced swimmers who wish to get a workout. Workouts will be provided each week. Aquatic staff will be on deck to provide stroke correction tips. Limited spots available. This is not a learn to swim program. Sundays, March 24 - June 9 (Cancelled April 7 & 21) 8:00 am – 9:00 am $80.00 + HST Barcode: 33131

Advanced Training Bronze Cross and Standard First Aid Wednesdays, March 20, 27, April 3, 10, 17, 24 & May 1 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Saturdays, March 23, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm March 30, 9 am - 4:00 pm $145.00 + HST & $16.35 + HST for materials Barcode: 33123

Lifesaving Assistant Instructor - NEW!!

Prerequisites: 14 years of age and Bronze Cross This course provides candidates with a basic introduction to swimming instruction with the focus on the key competencies required in successful teaching. This course will help to: • Prepare candidates to assist certified Swim and Lifesaving Instructors with swimming and lifesaving classes • Introduce candidates to key principles of learning and teaching and to help them master basic progressions

Friday, June 7, 5 - 9 pm Sunday, June 9, 9 am - 5 pm Saturday, June 15, 9 am- 5 pm $125.00 + HST Barcode: 33130

Wednesday, May 8 4:30 pm - 9:30 pm $86.00 + HST Barcode: 33124

Lifesaving Swim Instructor - NEW!!

Prerequisites: 16 years of age and Bronze Cross This course focuses on preparing the instructor to teach and evaluate basic swim strokes and related skills. Candidates acquire proven teaching methods and a variety of stroke development drills and correction techniques. Candidates cover topics such as: • Learning, planning, health and safety, • Decision-making and problem-solving • Participating in practice teaching.

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• Develop candidates' aquatic leadership skills

Red Cross Instructor Recertification

Friday, July 5 , 4 - 9 pm Saturday, July 6, 10 am - 6 pm Sunday, July 7, 9 am - 6 pm $185.00 + HST Barcode: 33132

Recreation Customer Service x 2233 Online Registration: nora.norfolkcounty.ca

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Swimming Instructor LSS Instructor

National Lifeguard Prerequisite: 16 years of age Bronze Cross & Standard First Aid 100% Attendance Required

LSS Prerequisite: 16 years old + one of the following: Lifesaving Swim Instructor or equivalent Bronze Cross - not required to be current 100% Attendance Required Lifesaving Swim Instructor Prerequisite:16 years old + Bronze Cross 100% Attendance Required

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JOIN OUR TEAM!! Volunteer Opportunities with Norfolk County Aquatics – Volunteer Orientation Looking for a fun way to complete community service hours for your OSSD? Do you have your Bronze Medallion and are 13+ years old? If so, volunteering may be for you. To volunteer or for more information contact our Customer Service staff at X 2233.

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Employment Opportunities with Norfolk County Aquatics If interested in employment with Norfolk County Aquatics, information can be found on the Norfolk County website under Employment Opportunities. For more information please contact Lisa DeSerrano, Supervisor, Aquatics X 2231

Norfolk County: 519-426-5870 www.norfolkcounty.ca


Aquatics Did you know? 1. Your aquatic staff hold many qualifications and have spent numerous hours training to be in their positions 2. Staff must re-certify their qualifications every two years 3. Staff must participate in regularly scheduled staff trainings throughout the year to maintain alertness, stay fit, and keep updated on any changes so they are able to respond to any situation quickly

Other awards staff may have

• WaterART or CALA certification for teaching Aquafitness • LSS Examiners / Advanced Instructors • Red Cross / LSS Instructor Trainer • LSS First Aid Instructors

Staff training in action!

Staff Qualifications

• Standard First Aid and CPR-C • National Lifeguard Award • Red Cross Water Safety / LSS Instructor • WHMIS Training • Automated External Defibrillation • Anaphylaxis Rescuer • AODA

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Aquatics Spring and Presummer 2019 Swim Registration

Monday, February 25 at 6:00 pm

Register online, by phone or in person at the Simcoe Recreation Centre. Lessons start the week of March 18. Numbers will not be available until 5:30 pm See page 11 for more details on how to register.

Summer 2019 Swim Registration (including lessons at the Delhi Kinsmen Pool)

For more info on upcoming events, visit us on Facebook @NorfolkRecreation or Twitter @NorfolkRec For all special events, the Recreational Swim Admission Standard is in effect, see page 69.

Drowning Prevention Week

Sunday July 14 - Saturday July 20

Join us for special events at the Annaleise Carr Aquatic Centre and the Delhi Kinsmen Pool and look for us at special events within Norfolk County!

Monday, May 6th at 6:00 pm

Register online, by phone or in person at the Simcoe Recreation Centre. See page 11 for more details on how to register. Lessons start the week of July 1. Registrations will also be accepted at the Delhi Kinsmen Pool starting June 3. Numbers will not be available until 5:30 pm See page 11 for more details on how to register.

Easter Swims

Monday, April 22 Family Swim 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Public Swim 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

No School? Jump in the pool!

PA Days, Friday, April 12 & Friday, June 7, 2019 Family Swim Public Swim 10:00 am – 11:00 am 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Victoria Day Special Schedule! Monday, May 20th Lengths & Leisure - 7:30-9:00 am Aquafit (S) - 9:00 - 9:45 am Family Swim - 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Lengths & Leisure - 12:00 - 1:00 pm Public Swim - 1:00 - 2:00 pm Lengths & Leisure - 2:15 - 3:15 pm ** Pool closes at 3:15 pm

Splish Splash Doggy Bash!

That’s right, a swim for Dogs. Bring your dog to the Delhi Kinsmen Pool to cool off.

Saturday August 31, 2019

3:00pm - 4:30pm $5.00/dog This is the LAST swim of the summer! This event provides the dogs the opportunity to socialize and run unleashed within the confines of the fenced in pool area. PLEASE NOTE: You must provide written proof of current dog license. You are responsible for the clean up of your dog. Bags will be available.

Delhi Kinsmen - FREE Pool Fun! SCHOOL’S OUT CELEBRATION! Friday, June 28 12:00 pm- 3:00 pm

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Aquatics Plan a private swimming get-together at the Annaleise Carr Aquatic Centre or Delhi Kinsmen Pool!  We provide qualified lifeguards to protect your family and friends while everyone has fun! Rental Fees 1-30 people........$96 + HST/hour 31-75 people......$129 + HST/hour 76-135 people....$160+ HST/hour Perfect for.... Youth Groups - School Parties - Baptisms Family Gatherings - Scouts & Cubs Brownies & Guides Church Socials Birthday Parties PA Day Activities - Team Parties To Book your rental contact the Customer Service Team at: 519-426-8866 x2233, recreation@norfolkcounty.ca or visit us in person at the Simcoe Recreation Centre.

Looking for Birthday Party ideas? See page 66 for swim, skate and room rental party packages!

Simcoe Kinsmen Splash Park The Simcoe Kinsmen Splash Park is open May Long Weekend (Victoria Day) - September Long Weekend (Labour Day)7 days a week | 10:00am-7:00pm FREE! Located at: 281 Head St. North, Simcoe What’s a Splash Park? A splash park is a water play area that has no standing water. Water is pumped through decorative structures that the children can run or stand under. It’s perfect for families with very young children. The little ones have lots of fun creating their own games and letting their imagination run wild. At the same time they are close to their parent(s) who can enjoy all the fun with a lot less worry. Best of all, the Simcoe Kinsmen Splash Park is completely wheelchair accessible, so all children can participate. For more information, contact Cassidy Rathwell, Facility Booking Clerk at 519-426-8866 X 2226 Parks & Recreation

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SPLASH PASS Swim ALL summer for one low price! Child/Senior: $57 Adult: $104, Family: $206 Plus HST

Swim Admission Standard is in effect. All swim times are subject to change. Please call to confirm schedule - 519-582-0421 Please see page 84 for details on PA Day and holiday swims. Please be aware that there will be a few minutes of transition time in between programs and swims to allow staff to prepare for the next program/swim. Thank you for your co-operation. Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Summer Schedule: June 10 - August 18

Aquafit

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9:1510:00am

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9:1510:00am

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-

-

Lengths & Leisure

12:00 1:15pm

12:00 1:15pm

12:00 1:15pm

12:00 1:15pm

12:00 1:15pm

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-

Lengths & Leisure and Public/Buddy Swims begins July 1

Public/ Buddy

1:30 3:30pm

1:30 3:30pm

1:30 3:30pm

1:30 3:30pm

Buddy Swim 1:30-3:30pm

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-

Open Swim

7:15 8:15pm

7:15 8:15pm

6:15-7:15 Aug. 7 & 14 only

7:15 8:15pm

7:15 8:15pm

1:00 3:00pm

1:00 3:00pm

August 19 - August 25 Aquafit

-

9:1510:00am

-

9:1510:00am

-

-

-

Lengths & Leisure

12:00 1:15pm

12:00 1:15pm

12:00 1:15pm

12:00 1:15pm

12:00 1:15pm

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-

Public/ Buddy

1:30 3:30pm

1:30 3:30pm

1:30 3:30pm

1:30 3:30pm

Buddy Swim 1:30-3:30pm

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Open Swim

6:15 7:15pm

6:15 7:15pm

6:15 7:15pm

6:15 7:15pm

6:15 7:15pm

12:50 3:00pm

12:50 3:00pm

August 26-31 Summer Wind-Down

Lengths & Leisure - Monday - Friday, 12:00 - 1:15pm Public Swim - Monday - Friday, 1:30 -3:30pm Aquafit - Tuesday & Thursday, 5:15 - 6:00pm Open Swims - Monday - Friday, 6:15-7:15pm Open Swim Saturday, August 31, 12:00-3:00pm

Summer Public Swim Admissions (Taxes included)

Valid at the Annaleise Carr Aquatic Centre and Delhi Kinsmen Pool

General Admissions

Pass Cards 10 Swims

Children under 2 are FREE!

$2.75

$24.85

Adult

$4.75

$42.94

Family

$9.25

$83.62

Aquafit

$8.25

$65.54

Child/Senior

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Pool Closures & Cancellations

July 20 - Swim Meet (Rain date July 27)

Buddy Swim – Bring a buddy and they get in FREE! Special family price $4.75

Dog Swim - See page 84. Fun Fridays!

Fun, Games & Prizes!

Open Swim – Open to 1:30-3:30 families, general public and length swimmers. One or two lane ropes will be put in for length swimmers. Lengths & Leisure – This swim is for anyone who like to swim lengths and/or exercise at a leisurely pace.

July 12 Hawaiian Beach Day July 27 Sports of all Sorts August 9 Disney Day August 24 Carnival Day

Norfolk County: 519-426-5870 www.norfolkcounty.ca


Aquatics | Delhi Kinsmen Pool For level description see page 75!

For children 4 months - 5 years old 10 Lessons: $70.00 Parented classes (parent goes in the water with child) Classes Run Monday-Friday NOTE: Classes may be combined.

Level

Session 1

July 1 - July 12 10 Lessons

Session 2

Session 3

Session 4

July 15 - July 26 July 29 - August 9 August 12-August 23 10 Lessons 10 Lessons 10 Lessons Time/Barcode

Parent & Tot 1/2/3

12:45 33001

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12:15 33002

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Squirts

5:30 33005

10:00 33006

4:30 33007

12:15 33008

Unparented classes (children attend class on their own) Ages 3+ Classes Run Monday-Friday July 1 - July 12 10 Lessons

July 15 - July 26 10 Lessons

Session 2

Session 3

Session 4

Preschool 1

10:00 32908 4:30 32909

11:45 32910 5:00 32911

10:00 32912 5:15 32913

11:00 32914 5:30 32915

Preschool 2

10:00 32916 4:30 32917

11:15 32918 4:30 32919

10:30 32922 5:00 32923

Preschool 3

10:30 32924 5:00 32925

10:45 32926 4:45 32927

Preschool 4

10:30 32932 5:00 32933

11:00 32934 4:15 32935

10:30 32920 4:45 32921 11:45 32928 4:30 32929 11:15 32936 5:30 32937

Preschool 5

11:15 32940 5:30 32941

10:30 32942 4:00 32943

10:45 32944 5:00 32945

10:00 32946 4:30 32947

NOTE: Classes may be combined.

Session 1

Level

July 29 - August 9 August 12-August 23 10 Lessons 10 Lessons Time/Barcode

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10:30 32930 5:30 32931 10:00 32938 5:45 32939

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Aquatics | Delhi Kinsmen Pool For level description see page 78!

For children 6 years and older: Fees: 10 Lessons: Levels 1 - 2: $62.00, Levels -3-6 : $65.00 Levels 7-9 70.00 For children 5 years and older. Classes Run Monday-Friday NOTE: Classes may be combined.

Session 1

July 1 - July 12 10 Lessons

Session 2

Session 3

July 15 - July 26 10 Lessons

Level

Session 4

July 29 - August 9 August 12- August 23 10 Lessons 10 Lessons

Time/Barcode

Swimmer 1

11:45 32949 4:30 32950

10:00 32951 5:00 32952

11:30 32953 5:00 32954

11:45 32955 5:45 32956

Swimmer 2

11:00 32957 5:00 32958

10:30 32959 4:30 32960

12:00 32961 5:45 32962

11:15 32963 5:15 32964

Swimmer 3

11:00 32965 5:30 32966

11:30 32967 5:30 32968

10:00 32969 4:30 32970

10:30 32971 4:45 32972

Swimmer 4

11:30 32973 4:00 32974

11:00 32975 5:30 32976

10:00 32977 5:15 32978

11:30 32979 4:30 32980

Swimmer 5

10:30 32981 4:45 32982

11:45 32983 5:15 32984

10:45 32985 4:00 32986

11:00 32987 5:00 32988

Swimmer 6

11:45 32989 5:30 32990

10:00 32991 4:30 32992

11:00 32993 5:30 32994

11:45 32995 4:00 32996

9:30 32997

5:15 32998

11:00 32999

4:00 33000

9:30 32997

5:15 32998

11:00 32999

4:00 33000

9:30 32997

5:15 32998

11:00 32999

4:00 33000

Swimmer 7 Rookie Patrol Swimmer 8 Ranger Patrol Swimmer 9 Star Patrol

Private Lessons For private lessons: Fees: 1:1 $19.40/30 minutes + HST, 1:2 $24.50/30 minutes + HST, 1:3 $34.75/30 minutes + HST TIME

SESSION 1

SESSION 2

July 1-5 July 8-12 July 15- 19 July 22 - 26 -July29 Aug. 2 5 Lessons 5 Lessons 5 Lessons 5 Lessons 5 Lessons

Time 10:00 am

SESSION 4

SESSION 3

August 5 - 9 August 12-16 August 19-23 5 Lessons 5 Lessons 5 Lessons

Barcode -

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33003

33004

12:15 pm 32862 32864

32863 32865

32874 32876

32875 32877

32888

32889

32898

32899

12:45 pm 32866

32867

32878 32880

32879 32881

32886 32890

32887 32891

32900 30902

32901 32903

32868 32870 32872

32869 32871 32873

32882 32884

32883 32885

32892 32894 32896

32893 32895 32897

32904 32906

32905 32907

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Aquatics | Delhi Kinsmen Pool Advanced Aquatics Bronze Star Monday, July 1 - Friday, July 12 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm $93.00 + HST Barcode: 33009 Bronze Medallion & Emergency First Aid Monday, July 22 - Thursday, July 25 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Exam: Friday, July 26 9:00 am - 12:00 pm $119.00 + HST & $45.00 + HST for materials Barcode: 33011 Bronze Cross/ Standard First Aid Monday, August 5 - Thursday, August 8 8:30 am – 5:00 pm Exam: Friday, August 9 8:30 am-12:00 pm $145.00 + HST & $16.35 + HST for materials Barcode: 33010 Junior Lifeguard Camp Monday, August 26 - Friday, August 30 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm $75.00 + HST & $7.15 + HST for materials Barcode: 33012

Delhi Kinsmen Splash Park The Delhi Kinsmen Splash Park is open during all regular Public, Open and Buddy swims (see Delhi Kinsmen Pool schedule on page 86). FREE! Located at: 366 Talbot Road, Delhi

For more information, contact Cassidy Rathwell, Facility Booking Clerk at 519-426-8866 X 2226 Recreation Customer Service x 2233 Delhi Kinsmen Pool: 519-582-0421

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What’s a Splash Park? A splash park is a water play area that has no standing water. Water is pumped through decorative structures that the children can play or stand under. It’s perfect for families with very young children. The little ones have lots of fun creating their own games and letting their imagination run wild. At the same time they are close to their parent(s) who can enjoy all the fun with a lot less worry.


*Events are free with Park Admission, except those marked with ($)

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OPENING OF SING A SONG OF BACKUS EXHIBIT Vic Gibbons Gallery, BHCA OPENING OF AT HOME IN BACKUS EXHIBIT Homestead Gallery, BHCA

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6:30pm-8:30pm | HERITAGE HOEDOWN BARN DANCE Backhouse Historic Site, BHCA

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10:30am | NATURE HIKE | BHCA

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8am-1:30pm | CHILDREN’S FISHING DERBY ($) | DCCA 11am | CRAZY CREATURES | HCA 2pm | POND DIPPING | WNCA

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SUMMER THEATRE “Pirates of Long Point” ($) Backhouse Historic Site, BHCA

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8:30pm | FIREFLY WALK | BHCA

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FREE DAY USE CANADA DAY (All Parks!) 1pm | CANADA DAY IN THE HISTORIC SITE Backhouse Historic Site, BHCA

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8am - 1pm | CHILDREN’S FISHING DERBY ($) | BHCA

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11am | POND DIPPING | DCCA 1pm | VINTAGE BASEBALL Backhouse Historic Site, BHCA 2pm | CRAZY CREATURES | NCA 8:30pm | ASTRONOMY NIGHT | BHCA

10:30am | NATURE HIKE | NCA 1pm | VINTAGE BASEBALL FINAL Backhouse Historic Site, BHCA 2pm | CRAZY CREATURES | DCCA 8pm | OWL PROWL | BHCA

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1pm | ART IN THE PARK | BHCA

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8pm | ASTRONOMY NIGHT | BHCA

7-8

10am-4pm | WAR OF 1812 MAIN BATTLE IN THE AFTERNOON (see website for details) Backhouse Historic Site, BHCA

14

2pm-4pm | TELL A TALE OF BACKUS TEA Backhouse Historic Site, BHCA

20

1pm | VINTAGE BASEBALL Backhouse Historic Site, BHCA 2pm |ROCKING REPTILES | BHCA

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1pm | ART IN THE PARK | BHCA

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10:30am | NATURE HIKE | HCA 11am-4:30pm | FIELD TO FLOUR Backhouse Historic Site, BHCA 2pm | CRAZY CREATURES | WNCA

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1pm | INSECT SAFARI | BHCA


Visit a Branch to check out books in a variety of formats, large print, eBooks, and audio books, are offered. Try NCPL’s newest collection of multi lingual books at the Delhi Branch. Magazines can be checked out or downloaded onto your electronic device (iPad, Kobo, Laptop, Phone, etc.). Discover Online Resources! NCPL subscribes to over 100 sites. There are manuals, languages, music, eBooks, encyclopedias, history, science, genealogy & much more! Computer stations and Chromebooks with internet access are located in all Branches. Rather use Wi-Fi? Your FREE library card will access that too! Do you need something NCPL does not have? Try an Interlibrary Loan. NCPL Staff will be happy to show you how. JAWS – Job access with speech for visually impaired available for public use at all Branches. Users can access the Internet and Microsoft Office software. Daisy Readers and CELA books are also available for loan. MakerSpace Labs are available at the Delhi, Port Dover and Simcoe Branches. Check out Cricut and vinyl cutters, 3D printers, video conversion equipment, tech kits and more. Join the NCPL each month for a variety of workshops on health, technology, crafts and more!

Delhi - Port Dover - Port Rowan - Waterford Monday Closed Tuesday 10am – 5pm Wednesday and Thursday 12pm – 7pm Friday 10am – 6pm Saturday 10am – 4pm Simcoe Monday to Thursday 10am – 8pm Friday 10am – 6pm Saturday 10am – 4pm

All Branches are closed on Sunday and for all statutory holidays. Check our website for closure dates and times.

Delhi Branch 192 Main Street of Delhi Delhi, ON N4B 2M2 Extension 2 Port Rowan Branch 1034 Bay Street Port Rowan, ON N0E 1M0 Extension 4 Waterford Branch 15 Main Street S. Waterford, ON N0E 1Y0 Extension 6

Port Dover Branch 713 St. George St. Port Dover, ON N0A 1N0 Extension 3 Simcoe Branch 46 Colborne Street S. Simcoe, ON N3Y 4H3 Extension 5 Norview Satellite Site 44 Rob Blake Way Simcoe, ON N3Y 0E3 Tues., Thurs. & Fri., 10am – 2pm

Phone: 519.426.3506 Email: norfolk.library@norfolkcounty.ca Website: www.ncpl.ca


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