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Fall/Winter 2020

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

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Registration Programs: Fall/Winter August 19, 2019 Aquatics: Fall August 19, 2019 Winter December 2, 2019


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Fall/Winter 2020

What's inside County Information...................... Pages 4-10 Registration Information.............. Page 11-12 Community Groups....................... Pages 15-19 Community Events....................... Pages 26-29 Child and Youth Programs............ Pages 32-37 Active Adults................................ Pages 39-41 Seniors 55+................................... Pages 42-45 Ride Norfolk Schedule.................. Pages 48-51 Parks, Forestry and Trails.............. Pages 52-59 Arenas and Skating....................... Pages 60-64 Aquatics....................................... Pages 65-78 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 Cover Photo: Norfolk County Accessibility Advisory Committee member Chantell Fournier and her daughter, Brook, at the opening of the new accessible playground at Delcrest Park in Delhi.

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Norfolk County Information From swimming and skating to hockey and sewing, there’s something for everyone to do right here in our community. Whether you’re trying something for the first time or going back to a familiar activity, I invite you to check out this season’s courses and classes and join us for some excitement this fall and winter.

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 Meghan Steinhoff 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 Information

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

Ward 3 - Michael J. Columbus

Ward 1 - Tom Masschaele

519-429-9736 tom.masschaele@norfolkcounty.ca

Ward 4 - Chris Van Paassen

Norfolk County Information

Mayor - Kristal Chopp

Ward 2 - Roger Geysens

519-688-6792 roger.geysens@norfolkcounty.ca

Ward 5 - Ian Rabbitts

519-983-2932 519-429-8260 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 6 - Amy Martin

519-429-9814 amy.martin@norfolkcounty.ca

Ward 7 - Kim Huffman

519-429-4250 kim.huffman@norfolkcounty.ca

required to be submitted before noon on the Thursday Council Calendar prior to the meeting. Deputations are heard at the Council-In-Committee occurs the first Tuesday of each beginning of each meeting and each deputation is limited month; Public Hearings Committee on the second Tuesday of each month; and regular Council on the third to five minutes. Tuesday of each month (unless amended, and except Letters or Information to Council for summer and winter breaks). Meetings are scheduled All written letters submitted to Clerks and addressed to to begin at 3:00 pm unless an early start is listed on the Mayor and Council Members will be presented to Council agenda. All agendas for meetings will be posted online for consideration as an agenda item pending that the at www.norfolkcounty.ca before 4:30 p.m. on the Friday content is appropriate and they are not anonymous. Any preceding the meeting. personal information included in these letters will be released publicly. Location Council Chambers, 50 Colborne Street South, Simcoe, For Further Information (unless otherwise noted on agenda). Contact Council Services at 519-426-5870 Deputations to Council Deputy County Clerk at X 1237 Deputations are heard at Council-in-Committee Online Meeting Schedule on the first Tuesday of each month.Deputation Request norfolkcounty.ca/government/mayor-and-council/ forms are available on the County web page and are

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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: hnhss.ca

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: hnhss.ca

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: hnhss.ca 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


Norfolk County Information

Recreation Programs Team

Left to right: Merisa Kriwez, Recreation Coordinator-Child/Youth & Special Events, X 2222 merisa.kriwez@norfolkcounty.ca Lisa Girard, Recreation Coordinator-Fitness & Active Living, X 2227 lisa.girard@norfolkcounty.ca Susie Wray, Supervisor, Community Programs, X 2213 susie.wray@norfolkcounty.ca

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

Katelyn Bowen-Schweyer, Recreation Coordinator Active Adults and Inclusion, X 2303 katelyn.bowen-schweyer@norfolkcounty.ca Jayne Aldridge, Recreation Programmer, X 2302 jayne.aldridge@norfolkcounty.ca Haley McCormick, Recreation Programmer, X 2234 haley.mccormick@norfolkcounty.ca ABSENT: Ryan Foster, Recreation Programmer, X 2234 ryan.foster@norfolkcounty.ca

Left:

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 Front Left:

Customer Service Staff

Janet Wilcox, Customer Service Representative Nikki Slote, Manager, Administrative and Client Services

Back Left: Joanna Cornish Customer Service Representative Jason Campbell, Customer Service Representative To contact a Customer Service Representative please email recreation@norfolkcounty.ca or dial X 2233

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.............................................................................. Chantelle Gallaugher 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 Fire Department: 519-426-5870 Fire Chief: ............................................................................................................. X 2400 Deputy Fire Chief: X 2403.................................................................................... Gord Stilwell Assistant Deputy Fire Chief: X 2404..................................................................... Scott Pipe Community Safety Officer: X 2423...................................................................... James Robertson Fire Prevention Officer: X 2402........................................................................... Michael Atkins Chief, Paramedic Services: X 2411........................................................................ Sarah Page Deputy Chief, Paramedic Services: ..................................................................... X 2410 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

Recreation Programs:

Fall & Winter

Aquatics:

Fall Sessions:

Opens August 19, 2019 at 6:00 pm

Contact the Customer Service Team at:

Sessions: Opens August 19, 2019 at 6:00 pm

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.

If registering in person the queue begins at 5:30 pm. See the Customer Service Desk for your number.

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

Simcoe Recreation Centre Customer Service Desk

Online

nora.norfolkcounty.ca

By phone

Winter Sessions:

Opens December 2, 2019 at 6:00 pm

Norfolk County Information

Customer Service at the Simcoe Recreation Centre

Registration deadline for programs is one week before start date. • Please note that registration is on a first come, first served basis • One person may register a maximum of 2 families • Early registration is not available

Payment Options Payment Policies General Registrations • 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 an 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

Automated Home Registration 519-426-2213 Customer Service at the Simcoe Recreation Centre, 519-426-5870 X 2233 11


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: Chantelle Gallaugher, 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

Port Rowan Community Centre

Shirley Massecar: 519-429-0964 pdcc@norfolkcounty.ca

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

Ed VanHamme: 519-502-6594 Contact the Hall: 519-586-2531 ptrcc@norfolkcounty.ca

Simcoe Recreation Centre

Chantelle Gallaugher: 519-426-5870 x 2226

See page 12 for amenities at this facility

182 South Drive, Simcoe

South Walsingham Women's Institute Hall

2070 Main Street, Walsingham

Diane: 519-586-7775 or Sandy: 519-582-9137

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

1538 Old Brock Street, Vittoria 53 West Church Street Waterford

facility.bookings@norfolkcounty.ca

Drew Hemsley: 226-387-0732 Contact the Hall: 519-426-0465 vdcc@norfolkcounty.ca Drew Hemsley: 226-387-0732 Chantelle Gallaugher: 519-426-5870 x 2226

facility.bookings@norfolkcounty.ca

Note: Capacity numbers are approximate and vary based on set up. For a complete list of available halls and facilities visit: www.norfolkcounty.ca/events 13

Norfolk County Information

Community Halls


CoMpeTiTive and reCreATioNAl progrAMS Available for all ages

Also Available

Trampoline • Tumbling Special Needs • Acrobatics March Break & Summer Camps located underneath the grandstands at the Norfolk County Fairgrounds For more info or to register – 519-428-5119 or email: gliders_gymnastics@hotmail.com

EXPECTING A

BABY?

In addition to in-person sessions, expecting parents can now enjoy online classes as they prepare for their new arrival! Register at hnhu.org/clinics-classes/prenatal-classes/ P.O. Box 570, 12 Gilbertson Dr., · Simcoe ON N3Y 4N5 T: 519.426.6170 · F: 519.426.9974 hnhss.ca

282 Argyle St. S., · Caledonia ON N3W 1K7 T: 905-318-6623 · F: 905-765-8905

Sweep Away the Winter Blues

Simcoe Curling Club

Welcomes New & Returning Members! REGISTRATION NIGHT Friday October 18th 7:00pm At Simcoe Curling Club Located in the Fairgrounds

Learn to Curl League

Adult Leagues Little Rockers Bantam & Junior Programs

Pre-register now for Learn to Curl and guarantee your spot – space is limited.

Ages 9 to 99 years!

Call Doug: 289-684-5625 dwgedye@gmail.com

simcoecurlingclub.ca email: info@simcoecurlingclub.ca or leave a message on our membership line: 226-440-2875


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 barriers. 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. Funding 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 Softball

Peter Timpf

519-427-4280 ptimpf@sympatico.ca

Simcoe Minor Baseball

Jeff Short

jeffshort@gmail.com

Simcoe Mixed Slowpitch

Derek Breese

519-718-2535 derekbreese2535@gmail.com

St Williams Minor Softball Association

Dianne Lacoste

Waterford Mixed Slopitch

Beth Ellwood

Waterford Softball

Melissa Stephens

deelacoste68@hotmail.com 226-567-0858 blellwood2008@hotmail.com 519-761-3606 waterfordwolfpack@gmail.com

General Interest Art with Heart

Nikki Campbell-Schram

226-567-5500 www.artwithheartstudio.ca

Artist Workshop

Lynn Kennedy

519-428-0685

Badminton Club

MaryAnn Townsend

519-443-5232

Carillon Belles Chorus

Janet Lala

519-583-0514 carillonbelleschorus.org

Dragon Boat Racers

Carol Mummery

invasionofthedragons@gmail.com

Haldimand Norfolk Area Geocachers (HNAG) Brent Smith

hnag@kwic.com

Lynn Valley Trail Association

Dave Challen

Lynn Valley Voices

Janice Ketchen

rdchallen21@gmail.com 226-400-1399 thevoice@nor-del.com

Nature’s Calling - Environmental Education

Bernie Solymar

519-410-7376 info@naturescalling.ca

Newcomers and Friends Cub

Janet Lala

519-583-0514

Norfolk County Roller Derby

Angela Caswell

norfolkcountyrollerderby@gmail.com northshoredover@gmail.com

Northshore Athletics Pickleball

Lisa Girard

519-426-5870 x 2227

Port Dover Community Choir

Janice Ketchen

226-400-1399 thevoice@nordel.com portdovercps.org/

Port Dover Power & Sail Squadron Port Dover Tennis Club

portdovertennisclub@hotmail.com

Senior Games, Brant-Haldimand-Norfolk

Katelyn BowenSchweyer

Simcoe Curling Club

info@simcoecurlingclub.ca www.simcoecurlingclub.ca

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NorfolkRecreation

@NorfolkRec

519-426-8866 x 2303

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


Community Groups ... General Interest continued Simcoe & District Horticulture Society

Helen Uren

226-440-2699 sarah.harrigan@gmail.com

Simcoe Radio-Control Flying Club

Ed Martin

519-426-2933 www.silverscc.net/

Silver Spokes Cycling Club Tom Brightman

Special Olympics

Shirley Shaw

Turkey Point Mountain Bike Club

Rob Luke

519-428-0357 tomanddixie@hotmail.com 519-410-1748 shirleyallenshaw@gmail.com robwluke@gmail.com

Waterford Old Town Hall

otha@oldtownhall.org

Waterford Heritage Trail Association

Frank Woodcock

waterfordheritagetrail@yahoo.ca

Waterford Tyke Softball

Melissa Stephens

519-761-3606 melissa.s.stephens@gmail.com

Windham Sports

Heidi Mungal

windhamsports@outlook.com

Martial Arts Dennis Gray's Simcoe Martial Arts

Dennis Gray

226-440-3334

Norfolk Iaido & Kendo Club

Dr. David Brunarski

519-426-8656

Tai Chi

Dorothy Shaw

SWOR Wado Karate Do – Waterford

Glen Willmot

Wado Kai Karate - Delhi

Jim Atkinson

519-426-9411 519-654-7662 www.Mapda.ca/clubs 519-446-3555

Wado Kai Karate - Jarvis

Marco Reyes

519-909-9438

Wado Kai Karate - Simcoe Karate Kids

Marco Reyes

519-909-9438

Wado Kai Karate – Simcoe South

Tom Foster

519-428-0532

Wado Kai Karate – North Simcoe

Rod Philip

519-426-1986

Wado Kai Karate – Port Dover

Tim McCullough

519-718-8665

Delhi Minor Hockey

Mitch Vanwynsberghe

mitch@delhirockets.com

Delhi Minor Hockey Moms

Cindi Elliot

hockeymoms@delhirockets.com

Figure Skating Club, Delhi

Greg Stephen

519-909-9194

Minor Hockey/Figure Skating

Figure Skating Club, Langton

Langtonskatingclub.com

Figure Skating Club, Port Dover

portdoverskatingclub@gmail.com

Figure Skating Club, Waterford

Jennifer Bard

519-427-8685

Langton Minor Hockey

Kendell Zajac

thecountryfork@gmail.com

Norfolk Admirals (Spring Hockey Club)

Will Wall

Norfolk Herricanes, Girls Hockey

Marg Bauer

nabook@stixnpix.com 519-429-4081 mbauer1905@gmail.com

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

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Community Groups

Simcoe Lawn Bowling Club


Community Groups ...Minor Hockey/Figure Skating continued 519-427-8879 patmeahan@yahoo.ca 519-583-2112 x 4

Port Dover Minor Hockey

Pat Meahan

Port Dover Sailors Jr. C

Andrea Barber

Simcoe Minor Hockey

Martin Jefferson

416-418-3236 mjefferson@globalstar.ca

Waterford District Minor Hockey

Dwayne Schira

president@waterfordwildcats.ca

andrea.barber2112@gmail.com

Youth Groups 226-567-4258 deelacoste68@hotmail.com 519-582-1133 simcoextreme@gmail.com www.girlguides.ca

Vittoria & District Minor Sports

Dianne Lacoste

Xtreme Volleyball

Stan Goch

Girl Guides & Pathfinders, Delhi

Rachel Latulippe

Girl Guides of Canada, Port Dover

Susan Chambers

Girl Guides of Canada, Simcoe

Nancy Pepper

Crystal Lake Conservatory Langton Soccer Lisa Naves Dance Company Norfolk Hammerheads Aquatic Club

519-805-2166 info@crystallakeconveratory.com Ian Christopher www.langtonfc.ca Lisa Naves 519-426-9300

519-583-1780 519-429-4190

nancy.neidrauer@hotmail.com

norfolkhammerheads@gmail.com www.hammerheads.ca

Norfolk Soccer Club, Delhi norfolksoccerclubinc@hotmail.ca Norfolk Youth Basketball Association Jean Montgomery 519-426-5433 Norfolk Youth Volleyball Club/Norfolk norfolkvolleyballclub@outlook.com County Chaos Norfolk 4-H Association Lori Hopper norfolk4-h@execulink.com Port Dover Dance Academy Port Dover, Port Rowan & Simcoe Skateboard Parks Port Dover Steelheads Football (ages 7 – 10)

Office

519-583-3969

Norfolk County

519-426-5870

Leroy Foster

steelheadfootball@gmail.com

Scouts Canada, Lynn Valley

Brian Elder

Simcoe & District Youth Soccer Club SDYSC Challenger Soccer Camp Simcoe Glider Gymnastics Club

belder@amtelecom.net 519-426-0478 clubmanager@simcoesoccer.net 519-443-5392 Monica Turcotte turcottefamily@gmail.com Gliders_gymnastics@hotmail.com 519-428-5119 smlapresident@gmail.com

Simcoe Minor Lacrosse South Coast Special Needs Kids 18

NorfolkRecreation

Diane Vrooman @NorfolkRec

bdvrooman@me.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 Chantelle Gallaugher 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 Susie Wray x 2213.

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 us at x 2213 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 Chantelle Gallaugher, 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 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.

Thursday October 10, 2019 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Simcoe Rec Centre Arena If you are a champion at this level or know a Norfolk local who is, please contact Lisa Girard at lisa.girard@norfokcounty.ca or 519-426-8866 x 2227 to be included in our next Parade of Champions.

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2019

OCTOBER 8-14, 2019

BUY EARLY & SAVE! Only on sale till Monday Oct.7th Ticket(s) Available at ALL Roulston’s Locations!

ALL TICKETS AVAILABLE ONLINE norfolkcountyfair.com

Harvest Dinner

Proudly presented by

Back to the Barn HORSE PAVILLION Building #14

8th Tuesday, October

VIP PACKAGE

r, Local Harvest Dinne includes Gourmet Onsite Parking, , on ssi Fair Admi 2 Drink Tickets Fundraising Initiative of the

Craft Exhibits, Talent Competitions, Agricultural Displays, Demonstrations, plus many special events!

FREE entertainment with paid admission to the fair!

LIMITED SEATING • TICKETS $125 PER PERSON • DOORS OPEN 5PM TICKETS AVAILABLE online at norfolkcountyfair.com or at the Fair Office 519.426.7280 x233 Colour Specifications C2 M97 Y77 K36

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SATURDAY

• AC/DC Canada • Route 6 • Felicia McMinn

• Glory Days “A Bruce Springsteen Experience” • Headphone Party

HOMECOMING

LOCAL CRAFT WINE BEER& CIDER

SUNDAY

Open at 1:00 pm

NORTH SHORE KITCHEN PARTY • Fiddlestix • American Rogues • Felicia McMinn Band Serving Knechtel Perch

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6:00pm

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SUNDAY

MONDAY

GRAND DADDY TRACTOR PULL

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CONCERTS Friday & Saturday night

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All grandstand seats are included in your paid admission to the fair.

KIDS WORLD Team T & J

MUSIC. KIDS. LAUGHTER.

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

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

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Holiday Soup Luncheon at the AUD

Registration for all programs, workshops and events begins August 19th 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.

Community Events FIND US AT

Delhi Fall Fest: September 7, 8 Parade of Champions: Thursday October 10 Pumpkin Fest: Saturday, October 19: 10 am - 3 pm

& Sunday October 20: 10 am - 3 pm Star Party Bring your lawn chair 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'more over the fire bowl. This event is weather permitting. Saturday, October 5 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm Free Wind-Del Park, Windham Centre Merisa x 2222 Open Mic Calling all artists ages 13-18. Come share your talents. Perfect for singers, bands or poets. To register contact Merisa via text or call 519-4298720. This event is in recognition of the Week of the Child & Youth. Friday, September 20 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Free Backstage Capitol Merisa x 2222 26

Family Halloween Bash Free Family Event! Come 1-4pm for an afternoon of spooky fun! Have the whole family dress in costume and join us for a Halloween parade on ice from 1-2pm! Everyone will receive a treat for participating and we will have some family prizes for the following categories: funniest, most original and home made costumes! Then travel to the arena lounge for refreshments and crafts. Sunday, October 27 1:00 pm-4:00 pm Free Simcoe Rec Centre Jayne x 2302 Holiday Soup Luncheon All proceeds go to Norfolk County Food Banks. Tuesday, November 19 11:30 am - 1:30 pm Entry by donation Simcoe Aud Lisa x 2227


Community Events New Year's Eve Family Party

Grand Buddies PA Day Program New! Building connections between our youth and seniors. If you are a grandparent or a grandchild and are spending the day with each other on November 15th, you are invited to join us for a fun morning of activities Participants will enjoy learning and sharing each other’s talents as they participate in games, baking, wood working and sewing. Wrap up the morning with refreshments and sharing stories. Friday, November 15 8:30 am - 12:30 pm Location TBD $25.00 Barcode: 33163

Celebrate the New Year with your family and make lasting memories! Crafts, face painting, games and ice skating! All children must be accompanied by an adult for the duration of the event. Skating 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm End your evening with a balloon drop at 8:00 pm. Tuesday, December 31 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Free Simcoe Rec Centre Merisa x 2222

g.i.r.l.s. Power Camp A weekend camp experience for Grade 8 girls, facilitated by young community volunteers. December 6, 7, & 8 519-587-2441 X 505 or 1-800-265-8087 X 505 www.hngirlspowercamp.com

Bring your family and visit us at the Simcoe Recreation Centre. Join us for games, face painting, popcorn and more! All children and youth must be accompanied by an adult. Monday, February 17 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm Free Simcoe Rec Centre Merisa x 2222

Mind Spirit and Wellness Fair Come visit Norfolk County Recreation Programs along with local sports and interests groups to register or see what is available in our community.

Winter Fun in the Park Winter is here so grab your warm mittens and join us in the park for a campfire and s'mores! Enjoy the River of Lights display and an evening of games and family fun in the park! Celeb r

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Saturday, December 14 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm Free Wellington Park Meet at the Fire Bowl Jayne x 2302

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Saturday, February 29 10:00 am - 3:00 pm Free The Aud, Simcoe Fair Grounds Contact the Wellness & Recovery Centre for information: 519-428-0580 x 5

simcoepanorama.ca

Lights on every night 5:30 -11 pm Sat. Dec. 1, 2018 to Jan. 6, 2019 lights@simcoepanorama.ca 519-426-1022

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

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Community Events

Family Day Fun


Community Events

Holiday Swim Schedule

December 21 - January 5 Fees: Child/Senior $2.75 (Children under 2 FREE), Adult $4.75, Family $9.25, Aquafit/Mobility/AquaYoga $8.25

Lengths & Leisure

Aquafit

Public Swim

Saturday Dec. 21

9:30 - 10:25am

-

3:00 - 4 pm

Sunday Dec. 22

8 - 9 am

9 - 9:45 am (S)

1:30 - 2:30 pm

-

Monday Dec. 23

7:30 - 9 am 12 - 1 pm 2:15-3:15 pm

9 - 9:45 am (S)

1 - 2 pm

11 am - 12 pm

Tuesday Dec. 24

7:30 - 9 am 12 - 1 pm

9 - 9:45 am (D)

11am - 12 pm

10 - 11 am

Wednesday Dec. 25

closed

Thursday Dec. 26

closed

Friday Dec. 27

7:30 - 9 am 12 - 1 pm 2:30 -3 :30pm 8:30 - 9:30 pm

Saturday Dec. 28

9:30 - 10:25 am

Family Swim 6:30 - 8 pm

1 - 2 pm 6:30 - 8:30 pm Buddy Swim

10 am - 12 pm

12:30 - 3 pm

11 am - 12:30 pm 6:30 - 8 pm

9 - 9:45 am (S)

12:30 - 2:30 pm

10 am - 12 pm

Monday Dec. 30

7:30 - 9 am 12 - 1 pm 2:15 - 3:15 pm 8:30 - 9:30 pm

9 - 9:45 am (S) 7:45 - 8:30 pm (S)

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

10 - 11:30 am

Tuesday Dec. 31

7:30 - 9 am 12 - 1 pm

9 - 9:45 am (D)

11am - 12pm

10 - 11am

Sunday Dec. 29

8 - 9 am

9 - 9:45 am (S)

-

Wednesday Jan. 1 Thursday Jan. 2 Friday Jan. 3 Saturday Jan. 4 Sunday Jan. 5

closed 7:30 - 9 am 12 - 1 pm 2:15 - 3:15pm 8:45 - 9:45 pm 7:30 - 9 am 12 - 1 pm 2:30-3:30pm 8:30 - 9:30 pm 9:30 - 10:25 am 8 - 9 am

9 - 9:45 am (D) 9:50 - 10:35 am (surprise) 7 - 7:45 pm (D)

1 - 2 pm 6 - 7 pm

10:45 - 11:45 am

9 - 9:45 am (S)

1 - 2 pm 6:30 - 8:30 pm

10 - 11:30 am

9 - 9:45 am (S)

3 - 4 pm

6:30 - 8 pm

1:30 - 2:30 pm

S=Shallow Water Aquafit D=Deep Water Aquafit G=Gentle Aquafit C=Combo Class 28

NorfolkRecreation

@NorfolkRec

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


Community Events

Holiday Skate Schedule

For updated times and dates, please check with: Customer Service x 2233 or Chantelle Gallaugher x 2226. All skates are public skates unless otherwise indicated. Rates: Public Skating - Free, Adult and Sticks and Pucks - $2.00 per visit. MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY December 23 December 24 December 25 December 26 December 27 December 28 December 29 1:30-3 pm Sticks & Pucks 10:30am-12

10:30 12:00pm

-

Langton

1:30-3 pm

10:30am 12pm

1:30-3 pm

Port Dover

1:30-3 pm Adult 10am-12 1:30-3 pm

SRC

Adult 12-1:30

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

10:30am12pm

Closed

Closed

8:30 - 9:30 pm

-

5:30-6:30 pm 3 pm-4:30 pm 7:00 - 8 pm

1:30-3 pm 3:30-4:30 pm 4:30-5:30 pm 3:30 - 4:30 pm Parent & Tot 10:30 am-12

-

10:30am 12pm

1:30-3 pm & 4:30-5:30 pm 12:30-2 pm 3:00 - 4 pm Adult 2 pm - 3 pm 4 - 5 pm Sticks & Pucks 4:30-5:30 pm 10:30 am-12

10:30am12pm

1:30 - 3 pm, 4:30-5:30pm Adult 9:30am-11am

MONDAY TUESDAY December 30 December 31

WEDNESDAY January 1

1 - 2 pm 2 -3 pm

-

THURSDAY January 2

FRIDAY January 3

SATURDAY January 4

SUNDAY January 5

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

10:30am12:00pm

1:30-3 pm

1:30-3 pm 4 pm - 5 pm

-

1:30-2:30 pm

Langton 12 pm-1:30 pm

10:30am 12pm

1:30-3 pm

1:30-3 pm

7:00 - 8 pm

-

12 pm-1:30 pm Adult 10 am-12

10:30am12pm

1:30-3 pm Adult 10am-12

Delhi

Port Dover

Closed

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

12 pm-1:30 pm

10:30am 12pm

1:30-3 pm, 1:30-3 pm 8:30-9:30 pm Adult 2 pm - 3 pm Adult 10:30 am-12 Sticks & Pucks 10:30 am-12

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

10:30am12pm

1:30 - 3 pm & 3:30-4:30pm Adult 9:30am-11am

SRC

1:30-3 pm

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

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-

3:00 - 4 pm

1:00 - 2 pm

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Child & Youth Programs High Five ® Training (PHCD) The Principles of Healthy Child Development training session provides skills, nurtures your confidence, and gives you the tools to become an influence in a child's life. As a caring adult, you will learn new ideas that will provide a safe environment for a child to play, learn and master new skills and meet new friends. Ages 14+. Saturday, February 22, 2020 8:30 am - 4:00 pm $79.95 + HST Simcoe Recreation Centre Barcode: 33161

See page 26 for info on our Open Mic youth event September 20!

Registration for all programs, workshops and events begins August 19th 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.

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

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 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 children and listen to a presentation by the 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.

Delhi Community Arena September 13 and 14 Barcode: 33148

Port Dover Community Centre January 2 and 3 Barcode: 33159

Langton Community Centre November 15 and 16 Barcode: 33149

Simcoe Recreation Centre, Arena Lounge March 16 and 17 Barcode: 33160

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 the overnight journey. Saturday & Sunday, September 28 & 29 Waterford North Conservation Area Barcode: 33147 For information and how to register, please contact: Merisa Kriwez merisa.kriwez@norfolkcounty.ca

SOS 4 Kids! My Safe Life 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 should come prepared to do some colouring and cutting! Everyone will receive a manual and a wallet card of completion.

Ages: 7 - 10 $39.75

Mondays, October 21 – November 18 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm Simcoe Recreation Centre, Arena Lounge Barcode: 33155 Friday, January 3 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Port Dover Community Centre Barcode: 33171

Thursday, March 19 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Simcoe Recreation Centre, Arena Lounge Barcode: 33172

SOS 4 Kids! Home Alone Safety Course 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 the participants. Please bring your own drinks, snacks and pens. 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Ages: 7 - 12 $39.75 Saturday, September 14 Thursday, January 2 Delhi Friendship Centre Port Dover Community Centre Barcode: 33152 Barcode: 33168 Saturday, November 16 Wednesday, March 18 Langton Community Simcoe Recreation Centre Centre, Arena Lounge Barcode: 33153 Barcode: 33169

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

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Child & Youth Programs

Courses run for two consecutive days from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Cost: $65.00

Duke of Edinburgh Award Adventurous Journey This award is a global program with the goal of challenging, empowering and recognizing young people. It brings together practical experiences, active and life skills outside of the classroom. Achievement at any level shows commitment, enhances post-secondary education applications, builds references and is considered community service hours. Norfolk County is recognized as an Award Leader and organizes an adventurous journey as one of the requirements for the Bronze Level. The qualifying journeys are 2 days+1 night including an expedition, i.e. canoeing, biking, snowshoeing and food.


Child & Youth Programs Princess Makeover Treat your favourite princess to a fun-filled afternoon of pampering. They will get their nails painted, hair styled, and face painted. Ages 4 – 13. A $5.00 donation to the Cosmetology Program at Delhi District Secondary School. Saturday, December 7 Delhi District Secondary School, Cosmetology Room 12:30 – 1:30 pm Barcode: 33309

2:30 – 3:30 pm Barcode: 33311

Sew Much Fun Enjoy the company of friends and learn a lost art. Participants will be introduced to the needle, thread and the sewing machine. Choose one class or all four! Each week is a different project. Ages 8 – 13. 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 pm Norfolk County Public Library, Simcoe Branch Cost: $23.50/class Wednesday Oct 9, 2019 Infinity Scarf Barcode: 33164

Wednesday Oct 23, 2019 Halloween Spider Pillow Barcode: 33166

Wednesday Oct 16, 2019 Wednesday Oct 30, 2019 iPhone Sleeve Fleecy blanket Barcode: 33165 Barcode: 33167

1:30 – 2:30 pm Barcode: 33310

PA Day Camps It’s a Professional Activity Day for your teachers and a fun day for you! Come join us for a jampacked day of games, crafts, swimming and more. Ages 4 – 13. All 4-year-olds registered in recreation programs must be currently enrolled in or completed JK.

Kids Night In Calling all parents/caregivers! It's your night off! Leave the children with us for a fun-filled evening of swimming, crafts and games. This program includes a delicious dinner as well. Enjoy the evening running some errands or plan a date night knowing your children are having a blast! 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm Simcoe Recreation Centre, Norfolk Room Cost: $39.75 Friday November 29 Barcode: 33150 34

Friday February 14 Barcode: 33162

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• 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 included- come prepared with swim suit, towel and extra bag. • Thank you for leaving electronics and money at home. 7:30 am - 5:30 pm Simcoe Rec Centre $39.75/day Ages: 4-13 Friday, September 13: Barcode: 33157

Monday, January 20: Barcode: 33307

Friday, November 15: Barcode: 33158 Norfolk County: 519-426-5870 www.norfolkcounty.ca


Child & Youth Programs The First Shift

The Second Shift

The Canadian Tire First Shift program is designed to ensure a positive experience for newto-hockey families. We want families to experience the game at it's best - to understand why so many Canadians feel an inherent love for the sport, and to stimulate a desire for continued participation. We want to take away any intimidation as it relates to equipment requirements and/or rules of the game, remove potential safety concerns, and most importantly, provide an experience that is memorable and fun!

This fun 6 week program is a follow up to the First Shift Program delivered in 2019. This program is available for children who have already participated in the First Shift program and are looking to continue to enjoy an accessible, affordable, and fun hockey experience.

For ages 6-10. Fall Session: Welcome Event - Sunday, October 27 at 2pm Delhi Community Centre Arena

Spring Sessions: Sundays, March 29 - May 10 9:00 am - 10:00 am $140.00 Simcoe Recreation Centre Barcode: 33433

6 week session Sundays, starting January 26 - March 8 9:00 am - 10:00 am $199.00

On the Move Play fun, non-contact sports like dodgeball and basketball, and learn new sports like Kin-Ball and pickleball. This program provides participants with a healthy snack and an opportunity to make new friends while building new skills. Ages 6 – 13.

Please register online at: www.firstshift.ca

School dismissal - 5:30 pm $44 for each 6 week session.

Registrations must be complete one week in advance of the welcome event.

Coming to a community near you! For more information, contact Merisa X 2222

Winter Session: Welcome Event - Monday, January 13 at 6:30 pm Simcoe Recreation Centre

Simcoe Recreation Centre

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

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6 week session Sundays, starting November 10 - December 22 9:30 am - 10:30 am $199.00 Delhi Arena

Winter Sessions: Sundays, January 26 - March 8 9:30 am - 10:30 am $140.00 Delhi Arena Barcode: 33434


Child & Youth Programs Sports and More

Cheerleading

This is a free, supervised program where participants are invited to come out and play a variety of pick-up sports. Participants can enjoy playing board games, puzzles and crafts too! No advanced registration is a required, just drop in! Norfolk County Code of Conduct applies. Registration forms must be completed and participants must be signed in and out of program by an adult. Grades 4-8 only.

This Cheerleading program is designed to teach the fundamental skills of cheerleading including stunts, dance, jumps and cheers! The cheerleaders will perform their skills at the end of the 6 week session for family and friends.

Instructor: Ashley Sherman ages 7-13 Mondays 6:00 -7:00 pm 6 week sessions

Fridays, November 8 - March 27 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm Free Grades: 4 - 8 Delhi Public School gymnasium

September 9 - October 28 November 4 - December 16 January 6 - February 24 March 2 - April 20 Cost: $50.00 Location: Delhi Public School

Barcode: 33435 Barcode: 33436 Barcode: 33437 Barcode: 33438

March Break Adventures 2020 Day Camp Monday, March 16 - Friday, March 20 7:30 am - 5:30 pm Ages: 4* - 13 Simcoe Recreation Centre Cost: $39.75/full day $159.00/full week Barcode: 33170 *All 4 year olds registered in recreation programs must be currently enrolled in or completed Junior Kindergarten

DAILY THEMES Monday March 16

Tuesday March 17

Wednesday March 18

Thursday March 19

Friday March 20

Wild, Wild West

Survivor

Disney

Monster Mash

Dinosaurs

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• Camp days are planned around a daily theme lead by energetic staff. Bring your positive attitude! • Food and Drink - Send a 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 - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday. Come prepared with swimsuit, towel and bag. • Skating - Thursday - Bring skates and a helmet. • Electronic devices -Thank you for leaving the following at home: cell phones, ipads and tablets, computer games, and money. 36

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March Break Adventures March Break Skating Schedule All skates are public/family skates unless otherwise stated. Please check with Chantelle Gallaugher, Facility Booking Clerk, Ext. 2226, regarding possible changes in the schedule. Rates: Public Skating - Free, Adult and Sticks and Pucks - $2.00 per visit. MONDAY March 16

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March Break Swim Schedule Will be featured in the Spring/Summer issue!

Party Packages

Note: swimming and skating are during public times. Parties are subject to availability of facilities. Swim admission standards apply to swim parties. Parents will be asked to assist in supervision during swim time. Invitations and party favours are not included. Parties must be prepaid at time of booking (no parties available until after October 26).

Let’s throw a party! Our staff will take care of all the details to make your child’s birthday one to remember! Swim or skate parties are available! Parties include: 1 party host, room rental, party decorations, 2 large pizzas, cupcakes, juice, and Swim Party $255 + HST either a 1 hour swim or skate for up to 10 children Saturdays 2:00 - 4:30 pm / Sundays 12:00 - 2:30 pm (including birthday child).

Contact Jayne to book your party! jayne.aldridge@norfolkcounty.ca 519-426-8866 x 2302

Skate Party $230 + HST Saturdays 1:00 - 3:30 pm / Sundays 2:00 - 4:30 pm

Pizza, Decorations, Party Host, and more!

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WEDNESDAY March 18 1:30-3 pm 1:30-3 pm Parent & Tot 4-5 pm 10:30 am-12 Sticks & Pucks Adult 10:30am-12 12 pm-1:30 1:30-3 pm Parent & Tot 1:30-3 pm 3:30-4:30 pm 10:30 am-12 Adult 12 pm-1:30 1:30-3 pm Adult 10am-12

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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

Registration for all programs, workshops and events begins August 19th 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.

Barcode Registration 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: 519-426-5870 x 2233 See page 11 for detailed registration and payment steps and options.

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Active Adults Adult Fitness

Pickleball Workshop for Beginners

Dance Fit Looking for a modified Zumba class? Dance Fit is low-impact, has easy-to-follow choreography, focuses on getting your heart rate up, increases your range of motion and is fun! Music consists of the "oldies" and current hits. Instructor: Lisa Martin. Wednesdays, September 11 - June 24 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Pass Card Simcoe Recreation Centre

No class Oct. 9

Learn to play this popular sport while enjoying the benefits of social and physical well-being! This workshop will teach you the basic of Pickleball to help you build a solid understanding of this exciting game! This workshop will be offered by certified Pickleball Instructor, Jay Salisbury.

Monday, October 28 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Lakewood Elementary School,Port Dover Barcode: 33173 Cost: $30.50

Monday, February 3 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Lakewood Elementary School,Port Dover Barcode: 33174 Cost: $30.50

Delhi Fitseekers Try this energizing fitness class! It includes a combination of cardio and strength training. Please bring your weights, mat and water. Instructor: Lisa Girard

Pickleball

Tuesdays and Thursdays, September 10 - June 25 9:00 am - 10:00 am Pass Card Delhi Arena: Multi-Purpose Room

Tuesdays Oct. 15 - Jan. 21 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Lakewood Elementary School, Port Dover Jan. 28 - May 26 Delhi District Secondary School

Langton Cardio Blast and Tone Join this energizing class! This combination class includes cardio and strength training. Please bring your own exercise mat and hand weights. Instructor: Lisa Girard Mondays, September 9 - June 22 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Pass Card Sacred Heart School, Langton

Mondays Port Rowan Community Centre Offered by Stonebridge Community Services Visit stonebridgecs.com for more information

HIGH FIVE Principles of Healthy Aging (PHA)

Nordic Pole Walking combines an upper body technique similar to cross-country skiing, with the lower body technique of walking. A great balanced workout! Please wear comfortable footwear and bring a water bottle. Instructor: Lisa Girard

Wednesdays, September 11 - October 30 9:00 am - 10:00 am $2.00 Drop in Meet at Delhi Arena NorfolkRecreation

Thursdays, October 17 - May 28 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Delhi District Secondary School

Mon. and Wed, January 6 - March 30 8:30 am – 10:00 am Port Dover Community Centre

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Pickleball is played on a badminton court with a net similar to tennis using an oversized ping-pong rackets and Wiffle ball. The game is enjoyed by all ages and very popular with the 50+ crowd. There is a $2.00 charge for this drop-in program.

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, October 18 9:00 am – 5:00 pm $79.75 + HST Simcoe Recreation Centre, Norfolk & Dogwood Rooms Barcode: 33151 @NorfolkRec

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


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.

Every Thursday May-October 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

Norfolk County Walking Groups

Other Community 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.

Hall Walkers Programs Stonebridge Community Services Waterford District High School Weekdays 9:15 am - 11:00 am $10.00 Registration Fee Call 519-842-3200 Ext. 209

“The AUD” Indoor Walking Program Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays Tuesday, January 7 - Tuesday, March 31 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 6 - Monday, March 30 10:00 am - 12:00 pm $2.00 per day Port Dover Community Centre

Port Rowan Stonebridge Community Services Mondays, January 6 - Monday, March 30 9:15 am - 11:00 am Simcoe Town Centre Mall Walkers Walk around the mall. Shopping & coffee optional! Monday - Friday Saturday 6:00 am - 9:00 pm 6:00 am - 6:00 pm Sunday 7:00 am - 4:00 pm

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

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If you require more specific location directions, please contact Katelyn Bowen-Schweyer Ext. 2303


Seniors 55+ National Seniors Day Celebrate National Seniors Day at the Simcoe Seniors Centre at 89 Pond St in Simcoe. This is a first come, first serve event. This is a free event, but tickets are required and will be available at the Simcoe Seniors Centre starting September 10. A soup and sandwich luncheon will be served at 11:30 am. Tuesday, October 1 11:30 am - 2:00 pm Simcoe Seniors Centre Free Cake will be served at 12 noon and guests are welcome to stay for cards! 11:30 am - 1:00 pm Delhi Friendship Centre Free

Pick up your tickets at the Simcoe Seniors Centre!

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Registration for all programs, workshops and events begins August 19th 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 Fitness & Workshops Seniors Yoga A gentle yoga practice for all fitness 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 and fitness mat. Wednesdays starting September 4 Simcoe Seniors Centre 4:00 - 5:00 pm Free for registered members of the Simcoe Seniors Centre Funded by Simcoe Lions Club


Seniors Active 55+ Adults Workshops

Probus Clubs

Take Charge of Your Osteoarthritis

The Probus Club of Norfolk #181

Learn what osteoarthritis is and some management strategies. Taught by a registered Physiotherapist from the Arthritis Society. Pre-registration is required. Wednesday, September 5 10:30 am - 12:00 pm Simcoe Rec Centre Free To register, please call Darlene at: 1-800-321-1433 x 1301

Lynn River Probus Club

Osteoarthritis and Exercise Is exercise good for arthritis? Which ones should you do? Learn more from physiotherapist from the Arthritis Society. Pre-registration is required. Wednesday, October 3 10:30 am - 12:00 pm Talbot Arena Free To register, please call Darlene at: 1-800-321-1433 x 1301

Seniors Groups Kommunity Keenagers

Waterford Senior Activity Group Wednesday afternoons. Euchre Fee: $3 per year at Waterford Old Town Hall Melanie Culbert 226-240-5814

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. june.ferris48@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. southcoastprobusclub227@gmail.com

Probus Club of Simcoe & District Social club for retired men from all walks of life. Monthy meetings are held the second Tuesday, 10am, St. James United Church Hall Murray Uren 226-440-2699 mfuren@icloud.com

Langton Merry Makers Wednesday afternoons. Cards and Bingo. Fee: $3 per year Langton Community Centre Freda Loncke 519-875-2102 Recreation Customer Service x 2233 Online Registration: nora.norfolkcounty.ca

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MB Church Gym - Port Rowan Third Tuesday: September - June. Food, fun and fellowship. 12 noon. Joyce Doerksen 519-586-3557

Social club for retirees with interest groups for euchre, bridge, walking, travel, cooking, gardening & more. Main meeting is 2nd Thursday of the month, 10am at the Port Dover Community Centre. Membership: Miriam Mackenzie 519-583-3972


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

Senior Health and Wellness Fair In partnership with Cedar Crossing Retirement Community and Rosewood Senior Living we will be hosting a Seniors Health and Wellness Fair at the Simcoe Seniors Center. Vendors at the Fair include but are not limited to Connect Hearing, Personal Training, Osteopath, Respiratory Therapy, Alzheimer Society, Essential Oils, Massage Therapy, Reiki Healing and Respiratory Therapy. There will be a free fitness and yoga session during the fair as well as a prize basket draw. All are welcome to come out and learn about the services offered in your area. Saturday, September 21 10:00 am - 1:00 pm FREE Monday

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

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

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Thursday

9:00 am.......... Pool 9:30am........... Carpet Bowling 10:00 am........ Garden & Nature Club 10:00 am........ Line Dancing 1:00 pm...........Euchre, table shuffleboard, bridge 7:00 pm ......... Euchre

Friday

9:00 am ........ Walk about, Pool 9:30 am ........ Carpet Bowling 10:00 am........ “Sit & Fit� 11:00 am ....... Yoga 1:00 pm.......... Cards (Hand & Foot + Oh Pshaw) 1:00 pm.......... Darts, Scrapbooking 7:00 pm.......... Bid Euchre

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


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 noon............................Cards Tuesdays noon............................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, 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

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. Seniors do NOT have to belong to a seniors’ club in order to participate. For information contact: Katelyn x2303 katelyn.bowen-schweyer@norfolkcounty.ca

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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.


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S1B S1C

SOUTH DRIVE AND JOHN ST. (FAIRGROUNDS) DRIVE SOUTH

S1A

S3A

S3B

S3C S3D S4 SIMCOE

S4A S4B

S6A IRELAND AND JONES ST.

S6 WALMART

S5B DONLY DR.WALMART (CANADIAN TIRE)

S5A REAL CANADIAN SUPER STORE TIRE) (CANADIAN DONLY DR.

S5 SUPER STORE CANADIAN REAL HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES

S4C AND SOCIAL SERVICES HEALTH DAVIS ST. EAST (RONA)

(RONA) EAST PLAZA SHOPPERSDAVIS DRUGST. MART (RIVERSIDE ROAD) SHOPPERS DRUG MART PLAZA

(RIVERSIDE QUEENSWAY WEST ROAD) B

NORVIEW LODGE

QUEENSWAY WEST A

CEDAR CROSSING

CEDAR ST. CEDAR CLINICST. CLINIC

CEDAR ST. CEDAR AND KING LANE KING LANE ST. AND

HOSPITAL NORFOLK NORFOLK GENERALGENERAL HOSPITAL

METCALFEDEPART ST. S - SIMCOE LIBRARY (ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION)

NAME STOP DEPART - SIMCOE LIBRARY SCOTT AVE.

S2C S2D S2E

S2B

OAK ST. OAK ST. AND WEST ST.

ELM ST. AND CHERRY ST.

S2A

S3

S3A

S3B

S3C S3D

S4C

S5

S5A

S5B

S6

S6A

S6E

S6B S6C S6D OAKWOOD AVE.

NORVIEW LODGE

QUEENSWAY WEST A

CEDAR CROSSING

STOP NAME OUT OF TOWN ROUTE A

S4A S4B

QUEENSWAY WEST B

S4

VICTORIA ST. (HEALTH CENTRE)

VICTORIA ST. (HEALTH CENTRE) FANSHAWE COLLEGE

IRELAND AND JONES ST.

ELM ST. AND CHARLTON CRES.

SCOTT AVE.

OAK ST.

WHITEHORSE PLAZA (SOBEYS)

METCALFE ST. S SOUTH DRIVE (FAIRGROUNDS) (ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION)

OUT OF TOWN ROUTE A

8:50

9:32 9:33 9:37 9:39 9:43 9:44 9:45 9:46 9:47 9:48 9:49 9:50 9:51 9:52 9:31 1 9:23 9:25 9:28 BUS 9:00 9:01 9:02 9:04 9:06 9:08 9:09 9:10 9:12 9:13 9:14 9:17 9:18 9:19 9:21BRANTFORD

1

STOP TIME

STOP TIME

12:50

BRANTFORD BUS 2

1:15

BRANTFORD BUS 2

OUT OF TOWN ROUTE C

1:30

OUT OF TOWN ROUTE C

3:17

2:50

12:20 12:21 12:22 12:24 12:26 12:28 12:29 12:30 12:32 12:33 12:34 12:37 12:38 12:39 12:41 12:43 12:45 12:48 12:52 12:53 12:54 12:58 1:00 1:04 1:05 1:06 1:07 1:08 1:09 1:10 1:11 1:12 1:13

3:20

3:20

3 3 BUS BRANTFORD BRANTFORD BUS

OUTOF OF TOWN ROUTE D D ROUTE TOWN OUT

5:20

5:40

48

5:45

5:45

OUT OF TOWN ROUTE E - DROP OFF FROM SIMCOE ONLY OUT OF TOWN ROUTE E - DROP OFF FROM SIMCOE ONLY

6:30

6:29 6:30 6:28 6:27 6:27 6:26 6:26 6:25 6:256:24 6:16 6:18 6:13 6:13 6:12 6:12 6:11 6:11 6:096:09 6:01 6:03 5:58 6:01 5:57 5:58 5:56 5:57 5:545:56 5:46 5:47 5:45 5:47 5:45 5:46 5:48 5:48 5:50 5:50 5:525:52 5:535:535:54 6:03 6:04 6:04 6:05 6:056:06 6:066:076:07 6:16 6:21 6:18 6:22 6:216:23 6:226:246:23 6:28 6:29

4:20

4:20

3:20 3:21 3:24 3:24 3:26 3:26 3:283:28 3:293:293:30 3:38 3:39 3:39 3:41 3:413:43 3:433:483:48 3:58 4:04 4:00 4:05 4:044:06 4:054:074:06 4:11 4:12 4:12 4:13 4:11 4:10 4:10 4:09 4:09 4:08 4:084:07 3:58 4:00 3:54 3:54 3:53 3:53 3:52 3:52 3:493:49 3:37 3:38 3:34 3:37 3:33 3:34 3:32 3:33 3:303:32 3:21 3:22 3:20 3:22

2:20 2:21 2:22 2:24 2:26 2:28 2:29 2:30 2:32 2:33 2:34 2:37 2:38 2:39 2:41 2:43 2:48 2:49 2:52 2:53 2:54 2:58 3:00 3:04 3:05 3:06 3:07 3:08 3:09 3:10 3:11 3:12 3:13

2:20 2:21 2:22 2:24 2:26 2:28 2:29 2:30 2:32 2:33 2:34 2:37 2:38 2:39 2:41 2:43 2:48 2:49 2:52 2:53 2:54 2:58 3:00 3:04 3:05 3:06 3:07 3:08 3:09 3:10 3:11 3:12

1:20 1:21 1:22 1:24 1:26 1:28 1:29 1:30 1:32 1:33 1:34 1:37 1:38 1:39 1:41 1:43 1:45 1:48 1:52 1:53 1:54 1:58 2:00 2:04 2:05 2:06 2:07 2:08 2:09 2:10 2:11 2:12 2:13

1:20 1:21 1:22 1:24 1:26 1:28 1:29 1:30 1:32 1:33 1:34 1:37 1:38 1:39 1:41 1:43 1:45 1:48 1:52 1:53 1:54 1:58 2:00 2:04 2:05 2:06 2:07 2:08 2:09 2:10 2:11 2:12

1:15

1:30

OUT OF TOWN ROUTE B

12:20 12:21 12:22 12:24 12:26 12:28 12:29 12:30 12:32 12:33 12:34 12:37 12:38 12:39 12:41 12:43 12:45 12:48 12:52 12:53 12:54 12:58 1:00 1:04 1:05 1:06 1:07 1:08 1:09 1:10 1:11 1:12

11:30

11:52 11:53 11:48ROUTE OUT11:43 OF 11:45 TOWN B 11:54 11:58 12:00 12:04 12:05 12:06 12:07 12:08 12:09 12:10 12:11 12:12 12:13 11:30 11:20 11:21 11:22 11:24 11:26 11:28 11:29 11:30 11:32 11:33 11:34 11:37 11:38 11:39 11:41

1

11:20 11:21 11:2410:19 11:2610:21 11:28 11:29 11:30 11:32 11:3810:34 11:3910:36 11:41 11:43 11:45 11:48 11:5810:58 12:0010:59 12:04 12:05 12:06 12:11 12:12 1 11:06 11:07 11:05 12:10 11:04 12:09 11:0312:08 11:0212:07 11:01 11:00 10:52 10:54 10:48 11:54 10:47 11:53 10:4611:52 10:43 10:40 10:38 10:32 10:33 10:29 11:37 10:2811:34 10:2711:33 10:25 10:24 10:23 10:16 10:17 10:15 11:22

10:15 10:16 10:38 10:40BUS 10:43 11:05 11:06 1 1 10:46 10:47 10:48 10:52 10:54 10:58 10:59 11:00 11:01 11:02 11:03 11:04 11:17 BRANTFORD 9:15 10:17 10:19 10:21 10:23 10:24 10:25 10:27 10:28 10:29 10:32 10:33 10:34 10:36

9:15

8:00 8:01 8:02 8:04 8:06 8:08 8:09 8:10 8:12 8:13 8:14 8:17 8:18 8:19 8:21 8:23 8:25 8:28 8:31 8:32 8:33 8:37 8:39 8:43 8:44 8:45 8:46 8:47 8:48 8:49 8:50 8:51 8:52

9:00 9:01 9:02 9:04 9:06 9:08 9:09 9:10 9:12 9:13 9:14 9:17 9:18 9:19 9:21 9:23 9:25 9:28 9:31 9:32 9:33 9:37 9:39 9:43 9:44 9:45 9:46 9:47 9:48 9:49 9:50 9:51

-

8:00 8:01 8:02 8:04 8:06 8:08 8:09 8:10 8:12 8:13 8:14 8:17 8:18 8:19 8:21 8:23 8:25 8:28 8:31 8:32 8:33 8:37 8:39 8:43 8:44 8:45 8:46 8:47 8:48 8:49 8:50 8:51

S2F

All times shown are approximate; please arrive at bus stop a minimum of 5 minutes ahead of times shown.

S1

FANSHAWE COLLEGE

S7A

S6B S6C S6D SIMCOE SENIORS CENTRE OAKWOOD AVE.

S7

S6E SHERMAN ARGYLE AVE. ST.

S6F

S7A

S7

S6F SIMCOE SENIORS (ODSP) KENT ST.CENTRE

MONDAY - FRIDAY SCHEDULE

S3

ARGYLE ST.ARRIVE - SIMCOE LIBRARY

SHERMAN AVE.

-

S2

WHITEHORSE PLAZA (SOBEYS) SOUTH DRIVE AND JOHN ST.

S2

S2A

ELM ST. AND CHARLTON CRES.

S1B S1C

S2B

ELM ST. AND CHERRY ST.

S1A

S2C S2D S2E OAK ST. AND WEST ST.

S1

S2F WEST ST. (RESOURCE WEST ST. (RESOURCE CENTRE)CENTRE)

S1

All times shown are approximate; please arrive at bus stop a minimum of 5 minutes ahead of times shown.

MONDAY - FRIDAY SCHEDULE

SIMCOE

KENT ST. (ODSP)


MONDAY MONDAY

TUESDAY TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY

49

12:24 PM

D 1:30 PM

A 12:44 PM

ROUTE ROUTE CA ROUTE C

ROUTE B

11:30- AM 1:30 PM 11:30 AM 4:20 1:30PM PM 5:45 4:20PM PM

5:45 PM

ROUTE ROUTE BA ROUTE ROUTECB

ROUTE ROUTEDC ROUTE ROUTE ED

ROUTE E

12:16 PM 5:08 PM 12:03 PM 4:53 PM

4:40 PM

4:40 1:50PM PM

11:50 7:50 AM AM 1:50 11:50PM AM

Walsh Sovereen Walsh Street Sovereen Street 7:50 AM

D3

5:01 2:11PM PM

12:11 8:11 PM AM 2:11 PM 12:11 PM

P R1

Villages of Long Point Villages of Retirement Long Point Residence Retirement Residence 8:11 AM

P R1

DA5:45 5:30PM PM

D 5:45 PM

ROUTE ROUTE ED

ROUTE E

12:34 PM

1:52 PM

1:52 7:47PM AM

5:08 PM

5:06 PM

5:08 12:36PM PM 5:06 12:34PM PM

12:36 PM

1:50 PM

1:50 7:45PM AM

L1

1:55 7:50PM AM

1:57 7:52PM AM

2:10 8:04PM AM

- AM 8:14

5:03 12:31PM PM

5:01 12:29PM PM

4:55 PM 12:22 PM

- PM 12:12

AVAILABLE FOR DROP OFF FROM SIMCOE ONLY

5:05 PM AVAILABLE 5:03 PM 5:01 PM FOR DROP OFF FROM SIMCOE -ONLY 4:55 PM

5:05 12:33PM PM

G1

5:08 PM

5:08 2:18PM PM

12:18 8:18PM AM 2:18 PM 12:18 PM

8:18 AM

Erie Street Erie Street

PR 3

PR 3

B C1

2:22 8:34PM AM

4:42 PM

4:42 PM 11:52 AM

2:35 PM

D 11:30 AM

A 2:47 PM

AA2:47 8:54PM AM

4:30 PM

4:27 PM

-

- PM D 4:20

PM 4:30 PM PM 11:30 AM 11:40 AM 4:27 11:37 AM DD4:20

11:40 AM 11:37 AM

2:33 PM

2:33 8:45PM AM 2:35 8:47PM AM

S1

S1 / D: Depart A: Arrive D: Depart / Simcoe A: Arrive Library Simcoe Library A 8:54 AM

-

5:28 2:50PM PM - PM 5:28

12:50 8:50PM AM 2:50 PM 12:50 PM

S1

S1

-

- PM D 4:20

11:30 AM DD4:20 PM

D 11:30 AM

A 2:41 PM

S1 / D: Depart A: Arrive D: Depart / Simcoe A: Arrive Library Simcoe Library A 8:36 AM AA2:41 8:36PM AM

S1

Arrive Simcoe Arrive Library Simcoe Library 8:50 AM

4:35 PM

11:45 AM 4:35 PM

Langton D4 D5 C1 T1 L1 G1 B C1 Norfolk Delhi Norfolk Tillsonburg County Community Courtland Greens Bill’s Langton County 5 minute Norfolk Delhi (Talbot St) Administration Health Corner Corner Norfolk Tillsonburg transfer time Administration Courtland County Community Greens Bill’s Building Centre County 5 minute Building (Talbot St) Administration Health Corner transfer time Administration Corner Building Centre 7:50 AM 7:52 AM 8:04 AM 8:14 AM 8:34 AM 8:45 AM 8:47 AM Building

T1

AVAILABLE FOR DROP OFF FROM SIMCOE ONLY

AND D1:57 RUNPM IN OPPOSITE 1:53 PM ROUTES 1:55BPM 2:10 PM DIRECTION 2:22 PM 12:33 PM ROUTES 12:31 PM 12:29 PM PM 12:12 PM 11:52 AM B AND D RUN IN 12:22 OPPOSITE DIRECTION

1:53 7:48PM AM

Delhi Animal Delhi Hospital Animal Hospital 7:48 AM

5:05 2:15PM PM

12:15 8:15 PM AM 2:15 PM 12:15 PM

PR 2

Port Rowan Medical Port Rowan Center Medical Center 8:15 AM

PR 2

AVAILABLE OFFPM FROM SIMCOE ONLY 4:53 PM FOR DROP5:01 5:05 PM

4:53 2:03PM PM

12:03 8:03 PM AM 2:03 12:03PM PM

8:03 AM

St. Williams (the school) St. Williams (the school)

ST1

ST1

4:39 PM

11:49 AM 4:39 PM

ALL SCHEDULED TIMES ARE DEPARTURE TIMES UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED

A A 5:30 12:55PM PM

D 1:30 PM A 12:55 PM

ROUTE C

ROUTE B

ROUTE ROUTEDB

D 1:30- PM

S1 / D1 D2 D: Depart Delrose Delhi A: Arrive D:Simcoe Depart / Retirement Friendship Delrose Delhi Centre A: Arrive Residence Library Retirement Friendship Simcoe Residence Centre Library 7:45 AM 7:47 AM

ROUTE ROUTE CA

All times shown are approximate; All times please arriveshown at busare stop approximate; a minimum of 5 minutes please at bus stop ahead arrive of times shown. a minimum of 5 minutes ahead of times shown. ROUTE A

11:51 AM 4:41 PM

AVAILABLE FOR DROP OFF FROM SIMCOE ONLY

DELHI, COURTLAND, TILLSONBURG, LANGTON, GREENS CORNER, BILL’S CORNER DELHI, COURTLAND, TILLSONBURG, S1 D LANGTON, 1 D2 D3 D4 GREENS D5 CORNER, C1 BILL’S CORNER

Depart Simcoe Depart Library Simcoe Library -

W L1

All times shown are approximate; All times shown are please arrive at bus stop approximate; a minimum of 5 minutes please arrive at bus stop ahead of times shown. a minimum of 5 minutes ahead of times shown. ROUTE A

12:18PM PM 5:10

5:12 PM 5:10FOR PM DROP5:08 4:53 PM ONLY 4:41 PM AVAILABLE OFFPM FROM SIMCOE

12:20PM PM 5:12

11:45 AM

11:49 AM

W3

W3

B AND OPPOSITE 12:20 PMROUTES 12:18 PM D RUN 12:16INPM 12:03DIRECTION PM 11:51 AM

W2

W2

2:26 PM

Medical on Waterford Sovereign Medical Street on Sovereign Street 8:16 AM 2:21 8:16PM AM

W1 Waterford

W1

2:22 PM

Windham Centre Windham Centre 8:04 AM 2:09 8:04PM AM

WD1

WD1

1:53 PM PM D RUN 1:57 2:09 PM 2:21 PM ROUTES1:55 B AND IN PM OPPOSITE DIRECTION

Community Delhi Health Community Centre Health Centre 7:52 AM 1:57 7:52PM AM

D5 Delhi

D5 Waterford Plaza Waterford Plaza 8:21 AM 2:26 8:21PM AM

Library/Count Delhi Admin Library/Count Building Admin Building 7:50 AM 1:55 7:50PM AM

D4 Delhi

D4 Waterford Library Waterford Library 8:17 AM 2:22 8:17PM AM

W L1

5:13 PM

D3

D3 Delhi Animal Delhi Hospital Animal Hospital 7:48 AM 1:53 7:48PM AM

S1

ROUTE E

12:21PM PM 5:13

12:21 PM

1:52 PM

Delhi Friendship Delhi Centre Friendship Centre 7:47 AM 1:52 7:47PM AM

D2

D2

S1

5:15PM

D 5:45 PM

ROUTE ROUTE ED

PORT ROWAN PORT ROWAN

12:24 PM 5:15PM

A PM A 12:44 5:31PM

5:31PM DA5:45 PM

ROUTE ROUTEDB

1:50 PM

Delrose Retirement Delrose Residence Retirement Residence 7:45 AM 1:50 7:45PM AM

D1

D1

S1 / D: Depart A: Arrive D:Simcoe Depart / A: Arrive Library Simcoe Library D 1:30 - PM

are approximate; All times shown are please arrive at bus stop approximate; a minimum of 5 minutes please arrive at bus stop ahead of times shown. a minimum of 5 minutes aheadROUTE of times A shown.

DELHI AND WATERFORD DELHI AND WATERFORD S1 All times shown


THURSDAY THURSDAY

FRIDAY FRIDAY

MON - FRI MON - FRI

50

D1 D2 D3 D4

D 5:45 PM

ROUTE E

5:22 12:36PM PM

5:22 PM

5:24 12:38PM PM

5:24 PM 5:21 PM

5:21 12:35PM PM

B C1 P1 P2

A A 5:37 12:51PM PM DA5:45 5:37PM PM

D 5:45 PM

ROUTE ROUTEDB

ROUTE ROUTE ED

ROUTE E

1:15 PM 9:15 AM 3:20 PM 1:15 PM

P1

Wilsonville

Wilsonville 9:38 AM 1:38 PM 9:38 AM 3:43 PM 1:38 PM

Waterford 9:30 AM 1:30 PM 9:30 AM 3:35 PM 1:30 PM

1:44 PM 9:44 AM 3:49 PM 1:44 PM

Oakland 9:44 AM

O1

1:51 PM 9:51 AM 3:56 PM 1:51 PM

MP1 Mount Pleasant Mount Pleasant 9:51 AM

MP1

Arrive B1 Brantford Terminal Arrive Brantford 10:05 AM Terminal 2:05 PM 10:05 AM 4:10 PM 2:05 PM

B1

2:42 PM 10:42 AM 4:44 PM 2:42 PM

MP1 Mount Pleasant Mount Pleasant 10:42 AM

Depart B1 Brantford Terminal Depart Brantford 10:28 AM Terminal 2:28 PM 10:28 AM 4:30 PM 2:28 PM

MP1

B1

2:48 PM 10:48 AM 4:50 PM 2:48 PM

Oakland 10:48 AM

O1

O1 Oakland

AVAILABLE FOR DROP OFF FROM SIMCOE ONLY

Vittoria

2:33 PM

2:33 PM 8:38 AM

8:38 AM

2:55 PM 10:55 AM 4:57 PM 2:55 PM

Wilsonville 10:55 AM

BRANTFORD BUS 3

WWW.NORFOLKCOUNTY.CA/TRANSIT

-

S1

- PM D 4:20

DD4:20 PM 11:30 AM

D 11:30 AM

A 2:47 PM

A 2:47 PM A 8:51 AM

Arrive S1 Simcoe Library Arrive Simcoe Waterford 11:02 AM 11:17 AM Library 3:02 PM 3:17 PM 11:02 AM 11:17 AM 5:04 PM 5:20 PM 3:02 PM 3:17 PM 5:04 PM 5:20 PM

W2

W2

S2

-

S2 / D: Depart A: Arrive Simcoe D: Depart / Library A: Arrive Simcoe A 8:51 AM Library

Waterford

4:33 PM

4:33 PM 11:43 AM

W L1

S1

PM 4:35 PM 11:30 AM 11:47 AM DD4:20 D 4:20 PM 4:35 PM

11:43 AM

W L1

P5

D: Depart P5 S1 / A: Arrive Brant D: Depart / Simcoe Hill A: Arrive Library Brant Simcoe Hill AM 8:36 AM A 8:52 Library A 2:57 PM 2:40 PM 8:36 AM A 8:52 AM A 2:57 PM 2:40 PM 11:47 AM D 11:30 AM

Vittoria

V1

V1

Wilsonville

4:44 PM

5:08 PM 12:18 PM

AVAILABLE OFF FROM 5:16 PM FOR DROP 5:08 PMSIMCOE 5:11 PM 4:58ONLY PM

5:11 12:21PM PM

4:44 PM 11:54 AM

5:16 12:26PM PM

11:54 AM

2:22 PM

2:22 PM 8:27 AM

TP1

Turkey Point Turkey Point 8:27 AM

4:58 PM 12:08 PM

Oakland

O1

5:19 PM

5:19 12:29PM PM

12:26 PM PM 12:21 PM IN12:18 12:08 PM ROUTES B AND D RUN OPPOSITE DIRECTION

2:08 PM 8:13 AM

PT1

Port Ryerse Port Ryerse 8:13 AM

PT1

12:29 PM

1:58 PM 8:04 AM

P5

Brant Hill Brant Hill 8:04 AM

P5

ROUTES B AND D1:56 RUN 1:51 PM 1:58 PM DIRECTION PMIN OPPOSITE 2:08 PM

1:56 PM 8:01 AM

P4 Port Dover Harbour Port Museum Dover Harbour Museum 8:01 AM

P4

1:48 PM

1:51 PM 7:56 AM

1:48 PM 7:53 AM

P3

Elmer Lewis Parkette Elmer Lewis Parkette 7:56 AM

P2

Port Dover Arena Port Dover Arena 7:53 AM

Waterford

W L1

W L1

5:22 PM

5:22 12:32PM PM

12:32 PM

1:45 PM

1:45 PM 7:50 AM

Port Dover NoPort Frills Dover No Frills 7:50 AM

P3

4:38 PM

4:38 PM 11:50 AM

2:37 PM 11:50 AM

Port P4 Dover Port Harbour Dover Museum Harbour 8:33 AM Museum 2:37 PM 8:33 AM

P4

3:35 PM 3:43 PM 3:56 PM 4:57 PM 4:44 PM 3:20 PM 3:49 PM 4:10 PM 4:50 PM 4:30 PM ALL SCHEDULED TIMES ARE DEPARTURE TIMES UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED ALL SCHEDULED TIMES ARE DEPARTURE TIMES UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED WWW.NORFOLKCOUNTY.CA/TRANSIT

approximate; please arriveshown at busare stop All times a minimum of 5 minutes approximate; ahead arrive of times shown. please at bus stop a BRANTFORD minimum of 5BUS minutes 1 ahead of times shown. BRANTFORD BUS 2 BRANTFORD BUS 1 BRANTFORD BUS 3 BRANTFORD BUS 2

All times shown are BRANTFORD

W2

A 12:51 PM

ROUTE B

Depart S1 Simcoe Library Depart Simcoe 9:15 AM Library

D 1:30 PM

ROUTE C

W2

D 1:30 PM -

ROUTE C ROUTE A

S1

S1 / D: Depart A: Arrive D:Simcoe Depart / Library A: Arrive Simcoe Library

approximate; All times please arriveshown at busare stop approximate; a minimum of 5 minutes please at bus stop ahead arrive of times shown. a minimum of 5 minutes aheadROUTE of times A shown.

S1 P 1 AND VITTORIA P2 PORT DOVER, PORT RYERSE, TURKEY POINT All times shown are

TP1

4:41 PM

AVAILABLE FOR SIMCOE 5:19 PM 5:17DROP PM OFF 5:01FROM PM 4:47 PM ONLY 4:44 PM

AVAILABLE FOR DROP OFF FROM SIMCOE ONLY

4:41 PM 11:55 AM

5:17 12:31PM PM

2:32 PM 11:55 AM

P3 Elmer Lewis Elmer Parkette Lewis Parkette 8:28 AM 2:32 PM 8:28 AM

P3

5:01 PM 12:15PM PM 4:47 12:01 PM 4:44 11:58PM AM

5:19 12:33PM PM

PORT DOVER, PORT RYERSE, TURKEY POINT AND VITTORIA

A 12:55 5:44 PM A PM DA 5:45 PM 5:44 PM

BRANTORD

D5

D: Depart Norfolk Delhi S1 / D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 B C1 P1 P2 Port Delhi Delrose Delhi Port Bill’s A: Arrive County Community Dover Animal Retirement Friendship Dover Corner D:Simcoe Depart / Norfolk Delhi Health Delhi Administration No Port Frills Delrose Hospital Delhi Port Centre Arena Bill’s A: Arrive Residence County Library Building Community Centre Dover Animal Retirement Friendship Dover Corner Simcoe Administration Health No Frills Hospital Residence Centre 7:45 AM 7:47 AM 7:48 Arena AM 7:50 AM 7:52 AM 8:04 AM 8:22 AM 8:25 AM Library Building Centre D 1:30 PM 1:50 PM 1:52 PM 1:53 PM 1:55 PM 1:57 PM 2:11 PM 2:27 PM 2:29 PM 7:45 AM 7:47 AM 7:48 AM 7:50 AM 7:52 AM 8:04 AM 8:22 AM 8:25 AM ROUTES RUN IN OPPOSITE DIRECTION D 1:30 PM 1:50 PM 1:52 PM 1:53 PM 1:55 PM B AND 1:57DPM 2:11 PM 2:27 PM 2:29 PM A 12:55 PM 12:38 PM 12:36 PM 12:35 PM 12:33 PM 12:31 PM 12:15 PM 12:01 PM 11:58 AM ROUTES B AND D RUN IN OPPOSITE DIRECTION

ROUTE ROUTEDB ROUTE ROUTE ED

ROUTE C ROUTE B

approximate; All times please arriveshown at busare stop approximate; a minimum of 5 minutes please at bus stop ahead arrive of times shown. a minimum of 5 minutes A shown. aheadROUTE of times ROUTE C ROUTE A

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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 x 2202 All submissions are to be received on or before June 1, each year to be considered for the Capital Budget for the following year.

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Courtland/Langton Courtland Lions Community Park Langton Athletic Park

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Delhi Delhi Kinsmen Sports Complex

Delcrest Park Delhi Quance Park

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Port Dover Sports Complex Port Rowan Port Rowan Park

Port Rowan Skate Park

Port Rowan Tennis Courts Long Point (Port Rowan) Lions Park

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Simcoe Don Shay Memorial Dog Park Simcoe Kinsmen Park Lynndale Heights Park

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Percy Carter Park

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Wellington Park Westwood Acres Park Simcoe Lions Park

Turkey Point Turkey Point Park

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For a complete list of parks and facilities, visit www.norfolkcounty.ca/living/parks-and-recreation/parks/ Customer Service x 2200 Online Registration: nora.norfolkcounty.ca

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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.

Norfolk would like to thank partnership groups including but not limited to: Long Point Region Conservation Authority, Nature Conservancy of Canada, Alternative Land Use Services, Norfolk Woodlot Owners Association, Long Point Basin Land Trust, and the St. Williams Conservation Reserve Community 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.

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


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

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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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Arenas & Skating Public Skating Policy • • • • • • • • • • •

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Children age 12 and under must be actively supervised by an Adult It is recommended that all participants wear a CSAapproved helmet All participants must be wearing skates while on the ice surface Games (e.g. tag and races), skating backwards, figure skating, or speed skating are not permitted Electronic devices are not permitted on the ice surface Food and/or drink are not permitted on the ice surface. Anyone under the influence of alcohol may not participate Skate at a sensible and safe speed in the same direction as other skaters. Please exit the ice to rest Sitting on the boards is not permitted Pucks and/or sticks are reserved for Sticks and Pucks and Shinny Hockey sessions No participants are permitted on the ice while the resurfacer is operating Any verbal/physical abuse by patrons will not be tolerated

Registration for all programs, workshops and events begins August 19 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.

Wheelchairs and Skating Aids: • Items such as strollers, chairs, pylons etc. are not permitted on the ice surface. • Wheelchairs are permitted during Public/Family Skating, with the accompaniment of a responsible person age 16 or older with skates on. • Wheels must be cleaned of sand and salt prior to entering the ice surface to ensure the safety of skaters. Please contact Facility staff to assist in cleaning the wheels and assist with entry onto the ice surface if necessary • Wheelchair users are asked to use the perimeter of the ice closest to the boards.


Arenas and Skating Fall & Winter Skating October 1 - March 31

Public Skating at the Simcoe Recreation Centre (SRC) Arena begins October 27th 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. Rates: Public Skating - Free, Adult and Sticks and Pucks - $2.00 per visit.

Delhi Arena (Oct 1 Mar 28)

Langton Arena

Port Dover Arena

Simcoe Recreation Centre Arena (Oct 27 Mar 31)

Monday

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Public/ Family 4:00 5:00pm

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Public/ Family 3:30 4:30pm

Adult 10:00 am 12pm

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Thursday

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Additional Skate Times

P.A. Days Public/Family

Friday September 13, 2019 2:00pm - 3:30pm - SRC

Tuesday October 8, 2019

2:00 pm - 3:30 pm - Delhi, Waterford 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm - Port Dover 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm - Langton

Friday November 15, 2019

2:00 pm - 3:30 pm - Delhi, Langton, SRC, Waterford 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm - Port Dover

March 31)

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Adult 9:30 - 11:00am Public/Family 3:30 - 4:30pm

Holiday Skating

December 23, 2019 - January 5, 2020 See the Holiday Skate Guide (page 29).

Monday January 20, 2020

2:00 pm - 3:30 pm - Delhi, Langton, Port Dover, SRC, Waterford

Family Day Skating

Arenas & Skating

Waterford Parent & Tot Arena 10:30 am (Oct 1 12pm Mar 29)

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Monday February 24, 2020 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm Delhi, Langton, Port Dover, Simcoe Recreation Centre and Waterford

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Arenas and Skating Adult An awesome way to get some exercise and meet new people! Cost per skater is $2.00.

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

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 $2.00.

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.

Join us for FREE Public & Family Skating! Visit us on Facebook and Twitter for skating info and schedule changes! /NorfolkRecreation

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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 8:00am - 4:00pm. The cost is $5.00 per person or $3.00 for Seniors 55+. All individuals must wear skates and full equipment.

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Fall & Winter

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

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For info contact: Blaire Sylvester Public Transportation & Business Development Coordinator 519-426-5870 x2275 blaire.sylvester@norfolkcounty.ca @NorfolkRec

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Arenas and Skating All arena bookings: Chantelle Gallaugher, 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. During the summer months, ice rentals are only available at the 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

Arena floor rentals are available May through August at all arenas, except the Simcoe Recreation Centre.

Langton Arena

Meeting room facilities are available Monday to Sunday.

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

Rental Rates Morning prime

Monday-Friday

7:00 am - 12:59 pm

$79.10 per hour including HST

Non-prime

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

Prime

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

$192.10 per hour including HST

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

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Arenas & Skating

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.


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Waterford Tricenturena Skating Club Canskate Learn to Skate STARSkate Group and Private Lessons NEW! Adult Skatefit NEW! Me & My Parent Pre-Canskate Learn to Skate Programs offered in both Waterford and Simcoe

Now offering online registration for Fall/Winter 2020 Please check our website for program information. Payment can be made online with Visa, MasterCard, or etransfer. Cash or cheques also accepted.

For details contact:

Blaire Sylvester Public Transportation & Business Development Coordinator blaire.sylvester@norfolkcounty.ca | 519-426-5870 x 2275

Adult Lessons Available!

Pre-Canskate

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

Langton Skating Club September 201 9- April 2020

Perfect start to figure skating or hockey. Affordable program for beginners! Focus on fun for boys and girls!

Private and Group Lessons - Starskate

Lessons available from certified Skate Canada Coaches in all figure skating disciplines!

Canskate

Great foundation for figure skating or pleasure skating! The next step for skaters after Pre-Canskate program to keep developing skills.

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Registration Tues. August 20 from 6â&#x20AC;&#x201C;8 pm and Sat. September 14 from 10 am-12pm at the Langton Community Centre For further information about our programs, please contact Marleen at 519-875-4160

(All our programs are sanctioned by Skate Canada) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR SPORTâ&#x20AC;ŚCanadian Tire Jump Start and Norfolk KidSport are local funding organizations that can help your child be part of the game. Money is available for registration fees or sports equipment. Applications can be picked up at the Simcoe Recreation Centre or by contacting Lisa Girard, Recreation Coordinator for Fitness and Active Living, 519-426-8866 ext. 2227 or lisa.girard@norfolkcounty.ca

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Aquatics !

Important Notice about our Swim Program We are changing our swim lesson program from the Red Cross to Lifesaving Society.

Program Design

The Lifesaving Program is designed similar to the Red Cross Program • Parent & Tot for parents and children up to 3 years of age (similar to Starfish, Duck & Sea Turtle) Why the change? Here are the benefits of switching: • Preschool for children 3 to 5 years (similar to Sea Otter through to Whale) • Levels are more attainable and include fun items, • Swimmer for children 1-6 years and older while continuing to improve on skills • More focus on survival skills and swimming ability (similar to Swim Kids 1 – 10) versus perfect strokes How do I know what level to register my child in? • Practical application of water safety in the water • Leads seamlessly into the Society’s lifesaving Please take time to review the conversion charts on training and leadership awards pages 69 to find out how to convert a Red Cross level • Municipalities in our surrounding area have already changed to the Lifesaving Program, to the new Lifesaving level and to ensure you are therefore all pools in our area will be teaching registering your child in the correct level. the same program,so there will be consistency If you have any questions please call us or schedule a with levels and less confusion if your child has free swim assessment. taken lessons elsewhere. This change will take place in our Spring Session which starts after March Break.

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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).

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Ages 0-7

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• 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.

Family Swim – Children must be accompanied in

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

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

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


Aquatics Pool Schedule

Swim Admission Standard is in effect. All swim times are subject to change. Please call to confirm schedule. Special schedule in effect December 23 - January 3. The pool is closed September 30 - October 14. 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. Fall Dates: September 3 - December 22, 2019 Winter Dates: January 4 - March 13, 2020

Effective September 3, 2019 - March 13, 2020 Monday

Tuesday

7:30 - 9 am 12:00 - 1 pm (Sept. 3-27 swim Lengths & runs 11:30 1 pm) Leisure 2:15 - 3:15pm *8:30-9:30 pm (Cancelled Dec.9)

Therapy

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7:30 - 9 am 12 - 1 pm (Sept. 3-27 swim runs 7:30 - 9 am 11:30 - 1 pm) 3 - 4 pm 3 - 4 pm (only Sept. 3, 10, 17, & 24) -

Family

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Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

7:30 - 9 am 12 - 1 pm (Sept. 3-27 swim runs 11:30 - 1pm) 2:15 - 3:15 pm 8:45 -9:45pm

7:30 - 9 am 12 - 1 pm (Sept. 3-27 swim runs 11:30 - 1 pm) 2:30-3:30 pm 8:30-9:30 pm

9:30 10:25 am Starts Sept. 14

8-9 am (cancelled Nov. 24)

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12 - 1 pm

11 am - 12pm Buddy Swim (starts Oct. 21) 7:15 - 8:15 pm

Public Swims

Wednesday

2 - 3 pm

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Aqua Fit 9 - 9:45 am S=Shallow 9-9:45 am (D) (S) 9:50-10:35am 9 - 9:45 am D=Deep (SP) (G) C=Combo *7:45-8:30pm (S) (Cancelled Dec.9) 8:15 - 9 pm G=Gentle (C) SP=Surprise

3 - 4 pm 1:30 Buddy Swim (cancelled 2:30 pm 7:30 - 8:30 pm Nov.2, Jan.11 *(Cancelled & Feb.29) Jan. 19) -

9 - 9:45 am (D) 7:00 -7:45 pm (D) 7:30 -8:15 pm (D)

6:30 - 8:00pm

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9 - 9:45am (S)

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9 - 9:45 am (S) (cancelled Nov. 24)

Sept. 5, 12, 19 & 26

Mobility

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11:10 11:55 am

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Aqua Yoga

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1 - 1:55 pm

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Fall & Winter Public Swim Admissions (Taxes included) (including Therapy swim)

Pass Cards 10 Swims

3 Month Pass

6 Month Pass

Children under 2 are FREE!

Child/Senior

$2.75

$24.86

$79.10

$136.73

Adult

$4.75

$42.94

$144.64

$248.60

Family

$9.25

$83.62

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Aqua Fit, 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

$363.58

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Aquatics Swim Lesson Information Lesson Supervisor A supervisor is on duty during lessons. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s progress, please speak to the supervisor for assistance. Deck supervisors will be wearing purple shirts. OOPS! We didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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! 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. Special Needs If your child has special needs, please complete the necessary forms at our customer service desk. This information will assist our instructors. Parent Day On the sixth lesson, classes will end 5 minutes early so parents/caregivers may have the opportunity to speak directly with the instructor teaching their child. Advanced Leadership Courses Norfolk County offers advanced leadership, lifeguard and instructor training, and first aid programs from the Lifesaving Society. Swim Lesson Evaluations We want to know what you really think! Complete this form for your chance to win a gift certificate. 68

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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 at www. facebook.com/NorfolkRecreation and Twitter @ Norfolkrec www.twitter.com/NorfolkRec Credits will be applied to customer accounts at the end of each session. 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. Norfolk County: 519-426-5870 www.norfolkcounty.ca


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

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 2.5 years & older and ready to enjoy the water with a parent for 5 lessons and on their own for 5 lessons...

Squirts, previously with Red Cross will remain the same

Is 3 to 5 years and just starting out on his or her own.... If 6 years+…

Sea Otter

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... If 6 years+…

Salamander

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

Preschool 1 Swimmer 1 Preschool 2 Swimmer 1 Preschool 3 Swimmer 1

Crocodile

Preschool 4 Swimer 1

Whale

Preschool 5 Swimmer 2

Swim Kids 1

Swimmer 1

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

Can jump into deep water wearing a lifejacket; recover objects from the bottom; hold breath underwater; float, glide and kick on front and back... If 6 years+… Can do solo jumps into deep water; swim front crawl 5 m wearing a lifejacket and flutter kick on front, back and side… If 6 years+… Is 6 to 12 years and just starting out… 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...

Successful completion of Swimmer 9 Star Patrol

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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 Parent & Tot 2 Parent & Tot 3 Squirts

Designed for the 4 to 12-month-old to learn to enjoy the water with the parent. Designed for the 12 to 24-month-old to learn to enjoy the water with the parent. Designed for the 2 to 3-year-old to learn to enjoy the water with the parent. Designed for the 2.5-year-old to learn to prepare them for the transition from parent to unparented program.

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.

Squirts

Transitional program that includes parent in the water with the child for the first 5 lessons. Parent observes lessons from viewing area for lessons 6 - 10. Program prepares child to enter the unparented Preschool program when 3 years of age.

Preschool 1

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 Parent & Tot & Preschool Programs

For level description see page 70!

For children 4 months - 6 years old 8 Lessons: $56.00 9 Lessons: $63.00 10 Lessons: $70.00

Fall Sessions

Group parented classes (parent goes in the water with child) Back to NOTE: School Mondays Classes Oct 21 may Tues & Thurs Dec 23 be Sept 3 - 26 10 Lessons combined 8 Lessons

Tuesdays Wednesdays Oct 15 Oct 16 Dec 17 Dec 18 10 Lessons 10 Lessons

Level

Thursdays Oct 17 Dec 19 9 Lessons No class Oct. 31

Saturdays Oct 19 Dec 21 10 Lessons

Sundays Oct 20 Dec 22 9 Lessons* (no class Nov. 24)

Time/Barcode

Parent & Tot 1 & 2

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-

10:45 33195 10:00 33196 6:30 33199 10:30 33194 10:00 33198 6:00 33197

Parent & Tot 2 & 3

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-

11:15 33200 10:30 33201 6:30 33202

Squirts

-

10:00 33295

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5:00 33297 5:30 33298

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11:00 33203 10:30 33204

6:00 33299

12:00 33301 12:00 33303 1:00 33302

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

NOTE: Mondays School Classes may Oct 21be Tues & Thurs Dec 23 combined. Sept 3 - 26 10 Lessons

8 Lessons

Tuesdays Oct 15 Dec 17 10 Lessons

Wednesdays Oct 16 Dec 18 10 Lessons

Thursdays Oct 17 Dec 19 9 Lessons No class Oct. 31

Saturdays Oct 19 Dec 21 10 Lessons

Sundays Oct 20 Dec 22 9 Lessons* (no class Nov. 24)

Time/Barcode

Level 4:45 33220 Preschool 1 5:15 33175 10:00 33296 5:15 33221 6:15 33176 5:45 33222

4:00 33223 4:30 33224

4:30 33225 5:00 33226 5:30 33227 5:30 33228

4:45 33234 Preschool 2 5:30 33177 10:00 33296 5:15 33235 5:30 33236

4:30 33237 5:00 33238

11:30 33243 4:30 33239 12:00 33244 11:00 33246 6:00 33240 12:30 33247 12:30 33245

Preschool 3 5:15 33178

-

4:15 33248

4:30 33249 5:30 33250

5:30 33251

12:30 33252 12:30 33254 2:00 33253 1:00 33255

Preschool 4 5:45 33179

-

4:15 33256

4:30 33259

6:00 33257

1:00 33260

11:00 33258

Preschool 5 5:45 33179

-

4:15 33256

5:00 33261

6:00 33257

1:30 33262

11:00 33258

11:30 33232 12:30 33233

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1:00 33229 1:30 33230 1:30 33231


Aquatics | Annaleise Carr Aquatic Centre Parent & Tot & Preschool Programs

For level description see page 70!

For children 4 months - 6 years old Fees: 8 Lessons: $56.00 9 Lessons: $63.00 10 Lessons: $70.00

Winter Sessions NOTE: Classes may be combined

Mondays Jan. 6 Mar 9 9 Lessons

*Omit Feb 17

Tuesdays

Jan 7- Mar 10 10 Lessons

Wednesdays Jan 8 Mar 11 10 Lessons

Level

Thursdays

Jan 9 - Mar 12 10 Lessons

Saturdays

Sundays

Jan 4 Mar 7 10 Lessons

Jan 5 Mar 8 10 Lessons

Time/Barcode

Parent & Tot 1&2

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10:45 33314

10:00 33315 6:00 33316

-

10:30 33312

10:00 33313

Parent & Tot 2&3

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11:15 33319

10:30 33320 6:30 33321

6:30 33322

11:00 33317

10:30 33318

Squirts

10:00 33334

-

5:00 33336 5:30 33337

6:00 33335

12:00 33331 1:00 33332

12:00 33333

NOTE: Classes may be combined.

Mondays Jan. 6 Mar 9 9 Lessons

Tuesdays

Wednesdays

Thursdays

Saturdays

Sundays

*Omit Feb 17

Jan 7 Mar 10 10 Lessons

Jan 9 Mar 6 10 Lessons

Level

Jan 9 Mar 12 10 Lessons

Jan 4 Mar 7 10 Lessons

Jan 5 Mar 8 10 Lessons

Time/Barcode 4:00 33346 4:30 33347

4:30 33348 5:00 33349 5:30 33350 5:30 33351

1:00 33338 1:30 33339 1:30 33340

11:30 33341 12:30 33342

Preschool 1

10:00 33352

4:45 33343 5:15 33344 5:45 33345

Preschool 2

10:00 33352

4:45 33358 5:15 33359 5:30 33360

4:30 33361 5:00 33362

4:30 33363 6:00 33364

11:30 33353 12:00 33354 12:30 33355

11:00 33356 12:30 33357

Preschool 3

-

4:15 33369

4:30 33370 5:30 33371

5:30 33372

12:30 33365 2:00 33366

12:30 33367 1:00 33368

Preschool 4

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4:30 33374

6:00 33377

1:00 33373

11:00 33375

Preschool 5

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5:00 33379

6:00 33377

1:30 33378

11:00 33375

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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 6 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.

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

Star Patrol Swimmer 9

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


Aquatics | Annaleise Carr Aquatic Centre Swimmer Program (ages 6 +)

Fees: 8 Lessons: Levels 1 - 2: $50.00 Levels 3 - 6: $52.00 9 Lessons: Levels 1 - 2: $56.00 Levels 3 - 6: $58.50 10 Lessons: Levels 1-2: $62.00 Levels 3 - 6: $65.00

Fall Sessions

Levels 7 - 9: $56.00 Levels 7 - 9: $63.00 Levels 7 - 9: $70.00

Thursdays Sundays Tuesdays Wednesdays October 17 - Saturdays October 20 October 15 - October 16 - December 19 October 19 December 22 Tues & Thurs December 17 December 18 9 Lessons December 21 9 lessons Sept 3 - 26 No class 10 lessons 10 lessons (no class Nov. 24) 10 lessons 8 Lessons Oct. 31 Back to School

Level

Swimmer 1

5:45 33180

4:45 33263

5:30 33264

4:30 33265

2:00 33266

1:00 33267

Swimmer 2

6:00 33181

5:45 33268

5:00 33269

5:00 33270 11:30 33271

1:00 33272

Swimmer 3

4:45 33182

4:45 33273

4:30 33274

11:45 33277

Swimmer 4

5:15 33183

4:45 33278

5:15 33279

11:00 33283

Swimmer 5

6:15 33184

5:30 33284

5:30 33286

5:15 33275 12:30 33276 12:45 33281 4:30 33280 1:15 33282 5:15 33285 12:00 33287

Swimmer 6

6:15 33184

5:30 33288

5:30 33286

4:30 33289 12:00 33287

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

6:15 33428

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6:45 33290

5:45 33291 11:30 33292

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6:15 33428

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6:45 33290

5:45 33291 11:30 33292

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-

-

-

11:00 33293

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-

Winter Sessions Tuesdays Jan. 7 Mar 10 10 Lessons

Wednesdays Thursdays Jan 8 - Mar 11 Jan 9 - Mar 12 10 lessons 10 lessons

Saturdays Jan 4 - Mar 7 10 lessons

Sundays Jan 5 - Mar 8 10 lessons

Level

Swimmer 1

-

4:45 33382

5:30 33383

4:30 33384

2:00 33380

1:00 33381

Swimmer 2

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5:45 33387

5:00 33388

5:00 33389

11:30 33385

1:00 33386

Swimmer 3

-

4:45 33392

4:30 33393

5:15 33394

12:30 33390

11:45 33391

Swimmer 4

-

4:45 33398

5:15 33399

4:30 33400

Swimmer 5

-

5:30 33401

5:30 33404

5:15 33402

12:45 33395 1:15 33396 12:00 33403

Swimmer 6

-

5:30 33405

5:30 33404

4:30 33406

12:00 33403

-

-

-

6:45 33408

5:45 33409

11:30 33407

-

-

-

6:45 33408

5:45 33409

11:30 33407

-

-

-

6:45 33412

-

11:00 33410

12:30 33411

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Aquatics Private Lessons

Private lesson rates and fees: 1:1 $19.40/30 minutes + HST, 2:1 $24.50/30 minutes + HST, 3:1 $34.75/30 minutes + HST

Back to School Date

Tuesdays

September 3 - 24 Must book in block of 8 lessons

Thursdays

September 5 - 26 Must book in block of 8 lessons

Time

Barcode

Date

4:15

33187* 33188* 33190

Tuesdays

6:30

33189* 33191 33192

6:45

33193

4:15

33425* 33426* 33421

4:45

6:30

33427* 33422 33423

6:45

33424

4:45

Winter

Fall Time Barcode

October 16 December 18 Must book in block of 10 lessons

33205 33213*

33214* 33215* 4:00 33206 33207 7:00

33216*

Thursdays

October 17 December 19 Must book in block of 9 lessons Cancelled Oct. 31

Saturdays

Time

Barcode

4:15

33330 33420*

Tuesdays

October 15 4:15 December 17 Must book in block of 10 lessons

Wednesdays

Date

6:00

33217*

January 7 March 10 Must book in block of 10 lessons

Wednesdays

January 8 March 11 Must book in block of 10 lessons

33208 33209

10:00 33218* Sundays

October 20 - 10:30 33219* December 22 Must book in block of 9 lessons 11:00 33210

6:00

33419*

2:30

33323

2:30

33430

10:00

33414*

10:30

33415*

11:00

33325

11:30

33326

12:00

33327

4:00

Thursdays

January 9 March 12 Must book in block of 10 lessons

Saturdays

October 19 December 21 2:30 Must book in block of 10 lessons

7:00

33416* 33417* 33328 33329 33418*

January 4 March 7 Must book in block of 10 lessons

Sundays

January 5 March 8 Must book in block of 10 lessons

*Cancelled Nov. 24 11:30 33211

12:00 33212

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Private & Semi-private lessons Book in blocks as indicated **Privates with a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;*â&#x20AC;&#x2122; must be at Swimmer Level 3 or higher**


Aquatics Aqua Yoga 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 low impact class which uses the water to cushion any movements and support the body.

Fall

Wednesdays, September 4 - December 18 1:00 pm - 1:55 pm $8.25/class

Pass Cards also available! See page 67!

Winter

Wednesdays, January 8 - March 11 1:00 pm - 1:55 pm $8.25/class

Fitness Swimmer

Sundays, January 5 - March 8 11:30 am - 12:30 pm 10 Classes $70.00 + HST Barcode: 33413

Advanced Training

Bronze Star Sundays, October 20 - December 22 11:45 am - 1:30 pm $93.00 + HST Barcode: 33294 Bronze Medallion & Emergency First Aid Wed. Oct. 16, 23, 30, Nov. 6 / 6 - 9 pm Wed. Nov. 13 / 6:30 - 9:30 pm Sat. Oct. 19 / 8:30 am - 4 pm Sat. Oct. 26 / 12 - 3:30 pm $119.00 + HST & $45.00 + HST for materials Barcode: 33439 Bronze Cross and Standard First Aid Sat. Nov. 16 / 8:30 - 4:00 pm Wed. Nov. 20, 27, Dec. 4, 11 / 5:30 - 9:00 pm Sat. Nov. 23, 30 & Dec. 7 / 12:00 - 4:30 pm Wed. Dec. 18 / 6:30 - 9:30 pm $145.00 + HST & $16.35 + HST for materials Barcode: 33440

Plan a private swimming get-together at the Annaleise Carr Aquatic Centre! â&#x20AC;&#x2C6;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. 76

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Looking for Birthday Party ideas? See page 37 for swim, skate and room rental party packages!

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


Aquatics HOW TO BECOME A SWIMMING INSTRUCTOR & LIFEGUARD Lifeguard

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!! 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.

To volunteer or for more information contact our Customer Service staff at X 2233.

For more information please contact Lisa DeSerrano, Supervisor, Aquatics X 2231

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

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Volunteer Opportunities with Norfolk County Aquatics â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 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.


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Special Events and Promotions Fall 2019 Swim Registration Monday August 19 at 6:00 pm

Register online using NORA starting @ 6:00 pm. https://nora.norfolkcounty.ca Telephone registration lines will be open at 6:00 pm Walk-in registration from 6:00pm-8:00pm Register at the Annaleise Carr Aquatic Centre Back to Fall Schedule. Lessons start the week of September 3. Numbers will not be available until 5:30 pm For more registration info see page 12.

Winter 2020 Swim Registration

Monday December 2 at 6:00 pm

Register online using NORA starting @ 6:00 pm. https://nora.norfolkcounty.ca

Get Active! Get Wet! Win Prizes! Fall Promo: November 1-30 Winter Promo: February 1-29

Every time you participate in an aquafitness/ mobility class or attend a recreational swim, your name will be entered into a draw! Weekly Winners! See Customer Service staff for details.

Family Day Swim Schedule

Monday February 17

Lengths & Leisure 7:30 am – 9:00 am Shallow Aquafit 9:00 am – 9:45 am

Telephone registration lines will be open at 6:00pm

Preschool Family Swim 10:00 am - 11:00 am *Swim Test 9:45 am – 10:00 am*

Walk-in registration from 6:00pm-8:00pm Register at the Annaleise Carr Aquatic Centre Lessons start the week of January 4.

Family Swim 11:15 am - 12:15 pm *Swim Test 11:00 am – 11:15 am*

Numbers will not be available until 5:30 pm For more registration info see page 12.

No School? Jump in the pool! PA Day swims!!

Friday September 13 Family Swim 10:00 am – 11:00 am Public Swim 1:00 pm- 2:00 pm Buddy Swim 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm Friday November 15 Family Swim 10:00 am – 11:00 am Public Swim 1:00 pm- 2:00 pm Buddy Swim 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm Monday January 20 Family Swim 11:00 am – 12:00 noon Public Swim 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

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Lengths & Leisure 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm Public Swim 1:45 pm - 2:45 pm *Swim Test 1:30 pm – 1:45 pm* Lengths & Leisure 3:00 pm-4:00 pm NEW: Swim testing for swimmers who wish to swim in the deep end will be held 15 minutes prior to the scheduled swim. No swim test will be done during scheduled swims.

Pool Closes at 4:00pm Swim Meets

Norfolk Hammerheads Sunday January 19 2:45 pm – 6:00 pm

Special Olympics Sunday November 24 8:00 am - 1:00 pm

Come out and support our teams!

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


Visit a Branch to check out books in a variety of formats such as large print, eBooks, and audio books. Try NCPL’s newest collection of multilingual books at the Delhi Branch. Magazines can be checked out or downloaded onto your electronic device (iPad, 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! 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 activities are available at all Branches. Check out Cricut and vinyl cutters, 3D printers, video conversion equipment, and more. MakerSpace Kits such as Ozobots or Makey Makey are boxes of tech fun available to take home. Programs for children include Storytime, Invitation to Play, as well as March Break activities, Summer Reading programs, PA Day events and Family Literacy events. 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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Certificate

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 Food Service Worker Certificate Starts every 6 weeks

 Health Care Office Assistant Certificate Starts every 6 weeks

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 Professional Office Essentials Certificate

 Social Service Worker Diploma (Fast track also available)

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