Recreation Guide Winter 2022

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Recreation Guide Find us on Facebook! RECREATION GUIDE WINTER 2023
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Awards Nominate a group or individual from your community for one of the following awards: • Wedding Anniversary (50th, 60th, 70th) • Freedom of the Municipality (Peachland resident who has reached their 100th birthday or resided in Peachland for 75 years) • Excellence Awards • Unsung Hero • Lifetime Service • Green Citizen of the Year • Youth Citizen of the Year • Citizen of the Year Nomination Deadline: March 3 at 12:00 noon Criteria and nomination forms available at the Community Centre and For more information, please call 250.767.2133. Selections will be based on the nominees’ achievements and contributions for the year of 2022.

Message from the Mayor:

The District of Peachland takes great pride in ensuring our residents can enjoy a healthy and active lifestyle� As we continue to build a strong and vibrant community where people of all ages can be active participants and engaged for life, we invite you to take full advantage of our recreation facility and quality programs led by our highly trained staff�

We encourage you to take part in one of the many upcoming events, like the Polar Bear Run and Swim on January 1st, the Family Day Film and fun on February 21st, and the Volunteer Breakfast on March 3rd� During this winter season, the whole family can enjoy the Mountain View Park Skating rink, weather permitting� Please see page 27 for details�

In Service, Mayor Patrick Van Minsell

250.767.2133 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS & WELCOME MESSAGE Table of Contents & Welcome Message � � � � � 3 Children � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 4 Children/Youth � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 6 Adult � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 8 Pickleball � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 11 Facility Rentals � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 19 Parks� � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 23 Community Events � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 25 Community Events/Programs � � � � � � � � � � � � 28 Community Directory � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 29 Table of Contents
Give the gift of fitness! Gift Certificates are available for purchase in all denominations.

Arts and Crafts

Learn to Make Pottery - Serving Pieces

Come and design a perfect gift or a unique piece of home décor� Your child will learn introductory techniques for hand built pottery including design, construction and glazing Students will create a serving board, platter or bowl Pieces will be ready for pick up two weeks after class completion� All supplies will be provided� Please bring a towel and an apron or old shirt to wear�

6-14 years Banquet Rm Nancy

Mon 3:30-4:30 PM Jan 9-Jan 16 #5626 $59

Learn to Make PotteryValentines Day Theme

Create FUNctional works of art inspired by Valentines Day Your child will hand build pottery pieces that are perfect as gifts or seasonal decorations! Participants will learn to design and handcraft pieces followed by glazing and finishing work� Pieces will be ready for pick up two weeks after class completion� All supplies will be provided� Please bring a towel and an apron or old shirt to wear�

6-14 years Banquet Rm Nancy

M/Th 4:30-5:30 PM Feb 9-Feb 13 #5601 $59

General Interest

Babysitter Training

Gain the skills needed to look after children and earn your babysitting certificate Participants will learn about a range of topics including nutrition, safety and basic first aid, child development, how to deal with behavioural problems and more Each student will receive a Canada Safety Council Manual and wall/wallet certificate� This class requires a minimum of 10 students to run� Signup early to hold your spot� 11 years+ Banquet Rm Margaret

Mon 9:00 AM-2:00 PM Dec 19 #5647 $70

Mon 9:00 AM-2:00 PM Mar 20 #5629 $70

Creative Playtime

In Partnership with The Bridge Youth and Family Services

Children will experience play and social interactions, and you, the caregiver, get an opportunity to meet other families and add some strategies to your parenting toolbox� Refer to the monthly calendar at www thebridgeservices ca for any closures, cancellations or last minute changes No session Feb 10, Mar 10, Apr 7

Birth - 6 years Main Rm

Fri 10:00 AM-12:00 PM Jan 6-Apr 28 FREE
4 Every kid deserves the chance to play. For over 15 years, Jumpstart has helped remove barriers to sport and recreation for kids across Canada, giving them the opportunity to participate in activities like hockey, gymnastics, swimming and more. To learn more about how Jumpstart helps kids in your community play, visit: CHILDREN

Home Alone

Prepare your children with the knowledge they need to stay home alone� Participants will learn skills including home safety rules, basic first aid, what to do in an emergency, stranger danger, safety to and from school and more Each student will receive a Canada Safety Council manual and wall certificate This class requires a minimum of 10 students to run Signup early to hold your spot

10 years+ Banquet Rm Margaret

Mon 9:00 AM-12:00 PM Dec 19 #5648 $50

Sun 12:30-3:30 PM Feb 26 #5627 $50

Mon 9:00 AM-12:00 PM Mar 20 #5628 $50


Kids Drop-In Soccer

Join your friends for some weeknight fun! Your child will perform a variety of drills and games to help develop their fundamental soccer skills Classes will include friendly scrimmages to encourage teamwork

No session Feb 8 or Mar 8

7-9 years Main Rm Randey

Wed 6:00-6:45 PM Jan 18-Apr 26 $1/Visit

Mini Batters T-Ball

Introduce your child to the basics of baseball through fun drills and games In a team environment, your child will learn to swing a bat, throw and catch a ball and run bases

4-6 years Main Rm Randey

Thu 5:15-6:00 PM Jan 12-Feb 16 #5623 $12

Thu 5:15-6:00 PM Mar 16-Apr 20 #5624 $12

Mini Kickers Soccer

Foster a love for soccer through fun drills and games that teach the basics of the sport In a team environment, your child will learn to dribble, pass and shoot a soccer ball�

4-6 years Main Rm Randey

Wed 5:15-6:00 PM Jan 11-Feb 15 #5604 $12

Wed 5:15-6:00 PM Mar 15-Apr 19 #5605 $12


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Peachland Preschool

Our preschool provides the opportunity for chil dren to play in an environment of learning, ex ploration, creativity and growth in a stimulating and fun environment! Preschoolers develop and practice social and language skills, cooperative play, independent thinking and an awareness of self. Tuition sponsorships available. Ages: 3 yrs old (Tu & Th), 4 yrs old (M/W/F) - 8:45 to 11:45 a.m.

Location: 5486 Clements Crescent to register

Family-Tot Playtime

FREE: Our Family-Tot Playtime offers a variety of activities for you and your child to explore, create, imagine and play. During this time meet other moms, dads, and grandparents. Activities may include a craft, gym time, circle time with stories and songs and best of all, many toys to play with. No session on Feb. 14.

Ages: 0-5 years old

Location: West Kelowna

Day: Mondays from 9:30 to 12:30 p.m. Registration at

AFter School Club (Grades k-5)

The After School Program takes place at BGC Okanagan in Peachland (5684 Beach Ave.) from 2:30-6:30 p.m. for children in Kindergarten to Grade 5. Our programs are designed to provide a safe, nuturing, inclusive environment where children will be engaged in activities including creative arts, sports, personal growth and skills development. Transportation is provided from Peachland Elementary and a nutritious snack is served daily. Programs are also available on professional days and school breaks. *Pre-registration required* Register by emailing

BGC Okanagan is a leading provider of programs to children, youth and families. Since 1959, our programs and services support the healthy physical, educational and social development of individuals. We have 41 service locations based in 16 communities throughout the Okanagan Valley. As a member of BGC Canada, BGC Okanagan helps young people grow healthy, happy and safely from birth to adulthood and are a resource and support for parents throughout their family’s involvement with us. We provide systemic opportunity to all children and youth. We help them become their best selves. We cheer them on as they take it from there, with confidence and conviction. All they need is opportunity because “Opportunity Changes Everything.” In partnership with the District of Peachland and the United Way. We are proud to be a part of the Peachland Historic School.

Beach Ave. @BGCOkanagan REGISTER AT:
Tel: (250) 767-2515 Fax: (250) 767-6288 Email:


Friday Night Fun Ages 6-12

Start your weekend off right! Join us for dinner and fun. Movie nights, game show nights, danc es, out-trips and more! Check out our montly calendar (available on Facebook or at the Club) to see what activities we have planned for each month. Dinner provided. Program is alternating weekly between Mar Jok Elementary School and Peachland Club.

Jan 20, Feb 3 & 17, March 3 & 17 5:30 – 8 p.m. $5/session

Spring Break Recreation Grades 1-6

Spend your Spring Break exploring places in our community and participating in skill-based pro grams. We will visit parks, play outdoor games and have some fun participating in local amuse ments! There is a variety of two to six hour pro grams to keep kids active and entertained while away from school. Registration and program details will be available mid-February 2023 by visiting March 20-24 & March 27-31 Times will vary between 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Costs vary depending on the activity

School’s Out Ages 7-11

(Presented by United Way)

Join us for a safe, fun, active and engaging sport-based program. Come play a new sport each week with your friends, build your skills and enjoy fun team play. Floor hockey, dodgeball, tennis, pickleball, soccer and many others! This program is at Peachland Elementary School (5486 Clements Cres.).

Wed Jan 18 - March 8 2:30 - 4 p.m. Costs vary depending on the activity

Spring Break Full Day Programs Grades K-5 Our Spring Break full day programs offer fun outtrips to outdoor attractions, Energy Plex, bowl ing and more! Children will participate in group games, creative art, sports and messy science experiments. Registration and program details will be available mid-February 2023 by visiting March 20-24 & March 27-31 M-F from 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Cost: $44/day


Youth Drop-in Grades 7-9

FREE (with yearly membership): Bring your friends and join us for pizza dinner at the Peachland Club. There will be lots of games, sports, video and board games available in a big open space. This is a perfect opportunity ot make new friends and meet other youth in the community.

Wednesdays Jan 11 - March 15 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Virtual Programs Ages 13-24

Programming includes art, baking, employment and academic support, and leadership opportunities. Activity kits available for youth to participate in our online programs. Visit us on Facebook @BGCOkanaganYouth or on Instagram @BGCOyouth

Restorative Justice

This program is an approach that seeks to repair harm caused by a youth’s actions, through rec onciliation with the person harmed and others affected. The youth must take responsibility for

their actions and voluntarily agree to participate in the program. *NEW* The Peace Circle program incorporates youth, families and their supports, to come together to address conflict, miscom munications, trauma and harm that the family and community may be experiencing. For more information contact: 250-868-8541 ext. 206, or


Counsellors work with both the youth and their families. Supports available are adaptable; occur one-to-one, in a group and by referral; onsite and in the community. This is an excellent program to support families in crisis, it is equally important to refer families who haven’t had a breakdown yet, but are at risk.

Contact: 250-258-0566

Westside Youth Centre Ages 12-19 years 2466 Main St., West Kelowna. Open weekdays from 3-8 p.m. *Closed weekends and holidays* Contact: 250-768-9139

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General Interest

Learn to Cook: Vietnamese Spring Rolls

Come meet your Peachland neighbours and make Vietnamese spring rolls together! You will learn traditional family recipes including what goes into spring rolls and how you can make them for a delicious snack or turn it into a meal by adding them to a vermicelli noodle bowl with fresh veggies� You will receive 10 spring rolls and dipping sauces to take home or enjoy in class� Registration deadline: 1 week before class�

14 years+ Banquet Rm Tam

Sun 1:00-3:00 PM Jan 29 #5644 $45

Sun 1:00-3:00 PM Mar 12 #5645 $45

Learn to Make Pottery - Handbuilding Workshop

Explore the basic methods of transforming clay to create unique pieces of art� You will learn handbuilding techniques including coil and slab construction, as well as surface decoration, glazing and firing� No previous experience necessary All supplies provided and finished pieces will be available for pick up two weeks after class completion

14 years+ Banquet Rm Nancy

Mon 4:00-6:00 PM Jan 23-Jan 30 #5603 $69

Learn to Make Pottery – Kurinuki

See what you can make from a block of clay� You will use the Japanese technique, kurinuki, to hollow a solid block to create an incense burner house, a vase or a set of one of a kind cups No previous experience necessary� All supplies provided and finished pieces will be available for pick up two weeks after class completion�

14 years+ Banquet Rm Nancy

Mon 4:00-6:00 PM Mar 6-Mar 13 #5602 $69

Tai Chi for Wellness

In partnership with the Peachland Wellness Centre

Perform slow, gentle, continuous moves that help develop stronger muscles, better balance and concentration� You will reconnect with your mind, body and spirit as well as strengthen your muscles, loosen your joints and fight stress� Beginners and newcomers are welcome� Contact the Peachland Wellness Centre for more details, 250�767�0141�

All ages 4th Street Pl

Thu 12:30-2:30 PM Jan 5-Apr 27

Fitness Indoor Walking

Avoid the slips and falls of walking outdoors and benefit from walking while meeting some new exercise partners No sessions Feb 6, 10 & 20, Apr 7, 10, May 5 or 22

14 years+ Main Rm

M/W/F 8:00-9:00 AM Jan 4-Mar 29 #5600 $10 M/W/F 8:00-9:00 AM Apr 3-Jun 30 #5646 $10


Become the music for an exhilarating full-body workout that combines cardio, conditioning and strength training with yoga and Pilatesinspired movements� Designed for all fitness levels, POUND® provides the perfect atmosphere for letting loose, getting energized, toning up and rockin’ out! Ripstix® and spare yoga mats are available for use No session Mar 28

14 years+ 50+ Centre Emma

Tue 6:30-7:30 PM Jan 24-Feb 21 #5607 $40

Tue 6:30-7:30 PM Mar 7-Apr 18 #5608 $56

Spin, Core & Stretch

Burn calories, build strength and pedal your way to an improved fitness level with spin drills, core stability exercises and a stretch to round out your sweat session� Space is limited; preregister to secure your seat� No session Feb 6, 20 or Apr 10

14 years+ Stage Frances

Mon 6:30-7:30 PM Jan 9-Feb 27 #5609 $48

Mon 6:30-7:30 PM Mar 6-Apr 24 #5610 $56

Spin, Sculpt & Stretch

Pedal along to the music in a high-energy, small-group setting� You will combine a self-paced 30 minutes of spin with weight training and core exercises to achieve a full body workout that will help improve your cardio, endurance, strength and flexibility� Space is limited; preregister to secure your seat No session Feb 20, Mar 8 or Apr 10

14 years+ Stage Carla

Mon 9:30-10:45 AM Jan 9-Feb 27 #5611 $70

Mon 9:30-10:45 AM Mar 6-Apr 24 #5612 $70

Wed 9:30-10:45 AM Jan 4-Feb 22 #5630 $80

Wed 9:30-10:45 AM Mar 1-Apr 26 #5631 $80


Blend world upbeat rhythms with easy to follow choreography for a total body workout� You will learn dance routines that combine interval and resistance training to tone and burn fat, all with a Latin flavour! Please bring comfortable gym or dance shoes and bottled water No session Feb 20 or Apr 10�

14 years+ Banquet Rm Maya

Mon 6:30-7:30 PM Jan 9-Feb 27 #5621 $56

Mon 6:30-7:30 PM Mar 6-Apr 24 #5622 $56 8
RECEIVE 10% OFF when you enroll in 2 or more select activities
250.767.2133 9 ADULT FITNESS ROOM 14 years and over The Peachland Fitness Room portable has reopened, and we have returned to our normal fitness hours� Visit the Community Centre office for a tour of the space and restart your fitness routine� • universal gym • rowing machine • 3 treadmills • spin bike • stair climber • elliptical trainer • recumbent bike • free weights • stability balls • kettlebells • medicine balls • chin up bar • TRX • squat rack • plyometric boxes For your convenience, the Community Centre also has shower facilities and lockers� WINTER HOURS: Jan 1-April 30 Mon-Sun 5:00 am-10:00 pm *Please note - No winter maintenance outside Community Centre operating hours *Washroom access during office closures is at Swim Bay� See p� 30 for office hours� ADMISSION RATES: *Drop-in available only during Community Centre operating hours� See p� 30 for office hours� $5.75/Visit • $30.32/Month • $66.84/3 Months $121.55/6 Months • $218.85/12 months *Fees will increase by 5% January of each year
Familiarize yourself with the Fitness Room’s strength and cardio equipment� Learn proper technique and workout tips from a certified personal trainer� Register for a scheduled session or request an orientation by instructor availability� Orientations are FREE but preregistration is required 14 years+ Fitness Room Abby Tue 4:45-6:15 PM Jan 17 #5590 FREE Tue 4:45-6:15 PM Feb 14 #5591 FREE Tue 4:45-6:15 PM Mar 21 #5592 FREE Tue 4:30-6:00 PM Apr 4 #5593 FREE
Fitness Room Orientation


Yoga Flow Yoga

Increase energy, strength and flexibility with strong flow sequences, deep stretches and a focus on breath awareness to open the body Variations offered to explore longer posture holds and pranayama (breath work) to expand and challenge your practice No session Apr 7 or 11

14 years+ Banquet Rm Tessa

Tue 9:00-10:00 AM Jan 3-Feb 28 #5594 $72

Tue 9:00-10:00 AM Mar 7-Apr 25 #5595 $56

Fri 9:00-10:00 AM Jan 6-Feb 24 #5596 $64

Fri 9:00-10:00 AM Mar 3-Apr 28 #5597 $64

Hatha Yoga

Build strength, balance and flexibility through a gentle Hatha Yoga practice� You will explore a sequence of postures, movement and breathing to help relax your body and mind� Modifications offered for varied levels and experience�

14 years+ Council Chambers Angie

Wed 5:30-6:30 PM Jan 4-Feb 22 #5598 $64

Wed 5:30-6:30 PM Mar 1-Apr 26 #5599 $72

Remedy Pelvic Floor Yoga Therapy

Explore practices to address the role of the pelvic floor with regards to breathing, posture, hip function, core training and standing balance� Students must submit an intake form to the Yoga Therapist in order to allow for a comfortable and supportive learning environment� No session Feb 20 or Apr 10

14 years+ Banquet Rm Dawn

Mon 11:00 AM-12:15 PM Jan 9-Feb 27 #5634 $84

Mon 11:00 AM-12:15 PM Mar 6-Apr 24 #5635 $84

Remedy Yoga Therapy Level 1

Weave ancient wisdom of Yoga therapy and Ayurveda� You will begin with pranayama (breath work) and four directions of the spine followed by a gentle transitional flow into self massage� No session Apr 7�

14 years+ Banquet Rm Dawn

Fri 12:30-1:45 PM Jan 6-Feb 24 #5615 $96

Fri 12:30-1:45 PM Mar 3-Apr 28 #5616 $96

Remedy Yoga Therapy Level 2

Weave ancient wisdom of Yoga therapy and Ayurveda You will begin with pranayama (breath work) and four directions of the spine then an active flow into standing practice� Strength, coordination and balance will be emphasized� Classes end with a self massage� No session Apr 11�

14 years+ Banquet Rm Dawn

Tue 10:30-11:45 AM Jan 3-Feb 28 #5613 $108

Tue 10:30-11:45 AM Mar 7-Apr 25 #5614 $84

Valentines Day Couples Yoga

Join a loved one or friend for a special yoga session In pairs, you will perform partner assisted yoga poses to add some variety into your yoga practice, boost communication, build trust and have fun! Participants must register with a partner�

14 years+ Council Chambers Angie

Mon 5:30-6:30 PM Feb 13 #5632 $20/Pair

Yoga for your Back: Level 1

Release built-up tensions in your spine to regain fuller freedom of movement� You will perform a gentle, slow and uniquely rigorous practice incorporating breathwork and props to reduce pain and stiffness in your lower back, neck and shoulders� Gentle stretching and posture alignment will be featured to increase range of motion, strength, mobility and longterm back health No yoga experience is necessary Please bring two 28x54 inch bath towels to class No session Mar 17 or Apr 11

14 years+ Banquet Rm Janet

Tue 3:15-4:30 PM Feb 14-Feb 28 #5617 $30

Tue 3:15-4:30 PM Mar 7-Apr 25 #5618 $70

Council Chambers Janet

Thu 9:30-10:45 AM Feb 2-Feb 23 #5619 $40

Thu 9:30-10:45 AM Mar 2-Apr 27 #5620 $80

Yoga for your Back: Level 2

Focus your yoga practice with a deep exploration of healthy back mobility� You will learn advanced techniques and use specialized props to build on the progress made in the first level� Prerequisite: participants must have taken Yoga for your Back: Level 1 prior to enrollment� Please bring two 28x54 inch bath towels to class

14 years+ Banquet Rm Janet

Wed 4:15-6:15 PM Mar 1-Mar 8 #5633 $45 10


Welcome to Peachland Pickleball Peachland Recreation endeavours to provide a variety of recreational and competitive play opportunities to Peachland residents and guests� Volunteers support the Pickleball program by helping manage day-to-day operation� Please choose a rating below best suited for you� Ranking is based on IFP Rating system� Volunteers can also assist you in finding out your rating� A brief description is below; however, for a detailed description, please see the recreation staff or volunteers

Rating 1.0-2.5

• Minimal to no knowledge of the game

• Can sustain short rally with player of equal ability

• Some knowledge of court positions

• Developing basic shots (forehand, backhand, volley, overhead and serve)

Rating 3.0-3.5

• Consistent on serve and service return for medium and faster paced balls

• Improved skills with basic shots and developing shot placement skills including direction and depth control

• Beginning to anticipate opponent’s shot and attempt lob and dinks

• Comfortable with aggressive net play

Rating 3.75+

• Aggressive play and teamwork in doubles

• Consistent and dependable strokes including directional control and depth on both forehand and backhand shots

• Reliable serves, lobs, overheads, approach shots, volleys and can use a spin shot with some success

• Anticipates a shot and regularly can hit a winning shot

• Forces an opponent into making errors

Drop-In Only

No Session Feb 6, 10, 20, Mar 2, Apr 7 or 10

Winter Break All-Play $4.75/visit or $42.50/10 pass

W-F 1:00-3:00 pm Dec 28-30

All Play

$4.75/visit or $42.50/10 pass

Mon 6:30-8:15 PM Jan 9-Apr 24

Thu 6:30-8:15 PM Jan 5-Apr 27

Fri 3:00-4:45 PM Jan 6-Apr 28



Meet new friends and have fun playing the fastest growing sport in North America� No session Jan 22, Feb 6, 7, 10, 12, 20, Mar 2, 8, Apr 7, 9, 10� 14 years+ Main Rm


Mon 11:00 AM-1:00 PM Jan 9-Apr 24 #5575 $43

Mon 1:00-3:00 PM Jan 9-Apr 24 #5576 $43

Wed 9:05-11:00 AM Jan 4-Apr 26 #5577 $53


Sun 12:00-2:00 PM Jan 8-Apr 30 #5578 $46


Mon 9:05-11:00 AM Jan 9-Apr 24 #5580 $43

Wed 1:00-3:00 PM Jan 4-Apr 26 #5581 $53

Fri 1:00-3:00 PM Jan 6-Apr 28 #5582 $50


Thu 10:30 AM-12:30 PM Jan 5-Apr 27 #5583 $53


Tue 1:00-3:00 PM Jan 3-Apr 25 #5584 $53

Thu 1:00-3:00 PM Jan 5-Apr 27 #5585 $53

Sun 2:00-4:00 PM Jan 8-Apr 30 #5579 $46

Pickleball Clinics

Learn the rules of the game and experience “hands on” skill development� Wear clean outdoor tennis shoes; runners are NOT recommended�

Preregistration required� No session Feb 6, 20 or Apr 10�

14 years+ Main Rm Roberta Learn to Play

Mon 3:15-4:30 PM Jan 9-Jan 23 #5636 $66

Mon 3:15-4:30 PM Jan 30-Feb 27 #5637 $66

Mon 3:15-4:30 PM Mar 6-Mar 20 #5638 $66

Mon 3:15-4:30 PM Mar 27-Apr 17 #5639 $66


Mon 4:30-5:30 PM Jan 9-Jan 23 #5640 $66

Mon 4:30-5:30 PM Jan 30-Feb 27 #5641 $66

Mon 4:30-5:30 PM Mar 6-Mar 20 #5642 $66

Mon 4:30-5:30 PM Mar 27-Apr 17 #5643 $66

$4.75/visit or $42.50/10 pass

Wed 11:00 AM-1:00 PM Jan 4-Apr 26

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12 REGISTER NOW General Program Registration starts November 28 JBMAC Swim for Life Lesson Registration starts December 14 WEST KELOWNA RECREATION GUIDE Think Active • Be Active
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14 2023 OUTDOOR REGISTRATION OPENS JANUARY 1ST Players are placed using date stamped priority so register early Register at• 778-755-6102 WESTSIDE YOUTH SOCCER ASSOCIATION MICRO SOCCER U2-U4 Boys & Girls Born 2021-2019 April - June U5/6 TRAIN AND GAME Boys & Girls born 2018/2017 April - June U7-U18 LEAGUE Boys & Girls born 2016-2005 April - October (break for summer)
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Lions are a group of volunteers with good moral character and reputation within our community. We are members of Lions Clubs International, founded in 1917 and is now the world’s largest service club organization with over 1.4 million members in 190 countries. We maintain an active schedule of events in our community and are very much a “Hands-On” club volunteering our time throughout the year.

We are always happy to have new members come out and join the crew. The Peachland Lions can a ord you the opportunity to give back to the community and make new friends in the process. Aside from community involvement we are also a very socially active club.

Please phone for more information: or visit our website, just Google

Peachland Wellness Centre

Offering community programs and services designed to address the specific needs of our community


Bereavement Support Dementia Caregiver Support Friendly Visitor


Transportation Adult Day Services Better at Home Program Income Tax Clinic Resources and Referrals



Coffee & Cards Sunshine Singers Tai Chi

Community Dinners Christmas Craft Fair

PWC relies on donor and volunteer support and generosity. Though PWC has largely been successful in meeting its mandate, there is always more that can be done, and we need your help to continue to serve the community in the best way possible. If you are passionate about serving and being involved in the community, we look forward to welcoming you!

Peachland Wellness Centre 4426 5th Street, Peachland, BC 250-767-0141

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Located at 4450 6th Street

Facility Features:

• Wheelchair accessible

• 40 round tables (5’)


• Commercial kitchen

• 250+ chairs

• Shower facilities

• 60 rectangular tables (8’ x 2.5’)

Banquet Room (36 ft x 47 ft)

Maximum capacity: 118 (Capacity varies depending on event set up)

• Access to commercial kitchen

• Catering supplies

Main Room (92 ft x 68 ft)

Maximum capacity: 518 (Capacity varies depending on event set up)

• Catering supplies for 250 people

• Stage

• Access to commercial kitchen & bar area


Located at 1898 Brandon Lane, the Peachland Little Schoolhouse is operated by the Peachland Little Schoolhouse Society. It combines a quaint oldfashioned atmosphere with up-to-date facilities.

Maximum capacity: 123 (Capacity varies depending on event set up)

Facility Features:

• Wheelchair accessible

• Small kitchenette

• Refinished fir wood flooring

• Outside paved terrace

• 50 chairs & 6 tables

• Wisteria-covered patio and outside paved terrace


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Rates and availability: Linda 250.767.6446



Located at 5684 Beach Ave, the Peachland Historic School is home to the Peachland Visitor Centre, which houses a gift shop featuring local artisans, Legends of the Lake Interpretive Centre, BGC Okanagan and the Peachland Art Gallery. The 1908 primary school had been home to generations of children in Peachland until it closed in 2002. This rejuvenated iconic community asset provides space for local children and youth programming as well as an accessible location for recreation, arts, cultural and social programming for all ages. Community rentals are also available.

Facility Features:

• Peachland Visitor Centre & Artisan Gift Shop

• Legends of the Lake Interpretive Centre

• Peachland Youth Centre

• Yuma Myotis and Little Brown Myotis Maternity Roost

• Peachland Art Gallery in the Mary Smith Hall

• Community meeting/program space

Located in the Mary Smith Hall at the Peachland Historic School, the Peachland Art Gallery is a volunteer artist-run community gallery hosted by the Peachland Community Arts Council (PCAC). The Arts Council is dedicated to providing this beautiful space to local and regional artists. This all-inclusive space welcomes displays by painters, photographers, sculptors, fabric artists, potters, dancers, singers and more. Musical performances, literary readings and other art-related events are hosted throughout the year. Art-related rentals will be considered by the PCAC upon request. Everyone is welcome. Donations gratefully accepted.

Mary Smith Hall

Maximum capacity: 50 (Capacity varies depending upon event set up)

and availability: 250.767.7422


Located in the Peachland Historic School, the Peachland Visitor Centre is a favourite destination spot for a unique visitor experience. Friendly tourism reps are eager to share all that Peachland and the surrounding area has to offer. Be sure to check out their beautiful Artisan Gift Shop.

Located in the Peachland Historic School, the BGC Okanagan is home to the Peachland Youth Centre. For child and youth program information, see p. 6 & 7.

21 Winter 2023 Peachland Recreation Guide FACILITY RENTALS Rates and availability: 250.767.2455 Rates and availability: 250.767.2515 Conference Room Maximum capacity: 24 (Capacity varies depending upon event set up) Community Room
capacity: 48 (Capacity varies
upon event set up)


Main Room

Maximum capacity: 30 Basement Meeting Room Maximum capacity: 10 Facility Features: • Kitchen • Wheelchair accessible • Comfortable seating
Located at 4426 5th St, the Peachland Wellness Centre (PWC) provides programs and services for people of all ages in Peachland and connects people through support, education, information, referral and outreach. PWC values volunteers and collaborates with other community members, organizations and the District of Peachland. The charmingly renovated 1940s-style, cozy little house is wheelchair accessible. Open Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 3:00 pm Rates and availability: 250.767.0141
Maximum capacity: 235 (Capacity varies depending upon event set up)
Theatre-style: 200 Banquet-style: 120 Meeting-style: 170 Facility Features: • Commercial kitchen
• Catering supplies for 150 • Stage • Bar area • Dance floor • House sound system • Stage lighting
• Wheelchair accessible Rates and availability: 250.767.9133
Located at 5672 Beach Ave, the 50+ Activity Centre is operated by the Peachland & District Retirement Society, offering programs for the enjoyment and well-being of its members as well as offering the facilities to the community for rental.


13th Street Viewpoint Beach Ave & 13th St

Boat Launch Beach Ave & 8th St

Burdekin Lane Buchanan Rd

Cenotaph Park Beach Ave & 2nd St

Centennial Park Cenotaph to Swim Bay

Chevallier Park Desert Pines Ave & Coldham Rd

Cousins Park Beach Ave & 6th St

Cove Beach (Davis Cove) Beach Ave N

Doggy Beach T-Boat Launch Hwy 97 & Princeton Ave

Eagles View Trail Ponderosa Dr

Elizabeth Warrendorf Trail Renfrew Rd to Bulyea Ave

Forest Hill Drive Park Forest Hill Dr

Gillam Crescent Park End of Gillam Cres

Heritage Park Beach Ave across from Museum

Knoblauch Park Elliott Ave

Lambly Park Hwy 97 & San Clemente Ave

Lang Trail Trepanier Bench Rd

MacKinnon Park MacKinnon Rd & Upton Rd

Morrison Park Morrison Rd

Mountain View Park 5380 Princeton Ave

Riding Club Princeton Ave & Law St

Swimming • Picnic Area • Spirit Square • No Boats in Swimming Area

Outdoor Music Equipment

Boat Launch (No Overnight Parking)

Undeveloped Walkway • Picnic Area • Beach Access

Memorial • Scenic • Walkway • Flower Bed

Memorial • Scenic • Picnic Area • Beach Access • Benches

Neighbourhood Park • Picnic Area • Playground

Sports Field • Softball Diamond • Washrooms • Summer Concession Nearby

Beach Access • Swimming • Sandy Area • Scenic

Boat Launch

Breakwater • Swimming • Picnic Area • Scenic

Partial Fenced Dog Area

Wilderness Park • Hiking

Undeveloped Trail



Undeveloped Neighbourhood Park

Spirit Square

Picnic Area

Totem Pole/Pavilion

Neighbourhood Park

Walkway (Paved Path)



Bat Interpretive Trail

Picnic Area

Picnic Area

Outdoor Fitness Equipment


Splash Pad

Wheelchair Accessible Fishing Pier


Tennis & Pickleball Courts

Skate Park

Active transportation route linking Lang Road with Trepanier Bench Road

Wilderness Park


Neighbourhood Park

Wilderness Park


Picnic Area


Riding Area


Winter Ice Rink


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Park 5900 Sanderson Ave ✔ ✔ ✔ • Wilderness Park• Hiking Stairway to Heaven Victoria St at Gladstone Cres ✔ ✔ • Wilderness • Access Via Stairs (Long) • Scenic
Corner 8th-13th St ✔ ✔ • Boat Launch • Swimming • Picnic Area • Scenic • Dogs may swim off-leash but must be on-leash on the shore *Dogs in designated areas only
Bay Beach Ave & 6th St ✔ • Swimming/Swim Lessons • Concession/Picnic Area • Wharf/Diving Board • Zip Line/Rope Swing • Lifeguards • Washrooms • Wheelchair Lake Access and Aquatic Mobility Devices
Bay Beach Beach Ave & Todd Rd ✔ ✔ ✔ • Sandy Beach • Boat Launch • Swimming Area • Washrooms Trepanier Linear Park Beach Ave & Todd Rd ✔ ✔ • Creekside Waterway • Benches • Information Kiosk • Outdoor Fitness Equipment
Park Turner Ave ✔ ✔ • Undeveloped Neighbourhood Park WA Lang 6th Ave & Pincushion Pl ✔ ✔ • Wilderness Park • Hiking • Access to Regional District and Crown Land access to Pincushion Mountain *Dogs on-leash required outside District boundary York Trail York Ln ✔ ✔ • Active transportation route linking York Lane with the Peachland Cemetery Park Rentals COUSINS PARK Beach Ave & 6th St LAMBLY PARK Hwy 97 & San Clemente Ave RAY KANDOLA HERITAGE PIER Beach Ave across from Museum ROTARY CENTENNIAL PAVILION & HERITAGE PARK Beach Ave across from Museum FOR PARK FEATURES AND RENTAL INFORMATION: Visit, email, or call 250.767.2133 DOGSWELCOME ON-LEASH PASSIVE/SOFTACTIVEDOGSWELCOME OFF-LEASH ACTIVE
25 COMMUNITY EVENTS Fri, Dec 23 Community Centre Main Room 4450 6th Street • 250.767.2133 Join us for a special Christmas Celebration Everyone Welcome Christmas Social Enjoy goodies and a Christmas sing-a-long with Marty Edwards Indoor Walking 8:00-9:00 am Christmas Sing-a-Long 9:00-10:00 am or 10:45-11:45 am

Polar Bear Walk or Run - all ages

Get your New Year’s resolution to be active off to a great start! Choose between a 2K walk or a 5K run. 9:30-10:15 am check-in/waivers.


SAT 10:30 am Jan 1

Adults 13+ #5534 $12 Aug 19-Dec 23 $15 Dec 24-31 online only

Children 5-12 #5535 $5 Aug 19-Dec 23 $8 Dec 24-31 online only

Polar Bear Swim - 6 years + Celebrate the New Year with a splash into Okanagan Lake. This event is free, but pre-event check-in is re quired from 12:00-12:45 pm.


SAT 1:00 pm Jan 1 FREE 26 COMMUNITY EVENTS To register, visit or call 250.767.2133
$20 Jan 1 cash only
$10 Jan 1 cash only
Children under 5 are FREE

Mountain View Park Ice Rink

• Skate at Mountain View Park

• Appreciate art at the Peachland Art Gallery

• Shred the Peachland Skate Park

• Kayak out of downtown

• Serve it up on the Pickleball court at Lambly Park

• Get Batty with BEEPS (Bat Educational, Ecological and Protection Society)

• Stand up paddleboard from Strachans Corner

• Ace it on the tennis courts at Lambly Park

• Get connected at the Peachland Wellness Centre

• Play some tunes at the 13th Street Pier

• Hike Pincushion Mountain

• Get active at the 50+ Activity Centre

• Watch the fish at Hardy Falls

• Cross country ski at Wilson Lake

• Get fit on Harolds’ Walk

• Go fishing on the Ray Kandola Heritage Pier

• Play ball at Cousins Park

• Drop in to Open Gym Time with BGC Okanagan at the Community Centre

• Play with friends at Creative Playtime

• Explore the science of Ayurveda

• Ride your horse at the Peachland Riding Club

• Take a stroll on Centennial Walkway

• Experience history at the Peachland Museum

• Take a spin at Chevallier Park

• Remember at the Cenotaph

• Climb Stairway to Heaven

• Dive into Swim Bay

• Play fetch at Doggie Beach

• Enjoy the scenery on the Gladstone Trail

• Slide at Morrison Park

Looking for some
activities in and around Peachland?
250.767.2133 27 COMMUNITY EVENTS The seasonal rink is dependent upon the cooperation of Mother Nature and the amazing volunteers at
Fire and Rescue. Open daily as conditions permit from
7:00 am-10:00 pm.
3 on 3 hockey rink
Tot rink
Rink lights
Location: 5380 Princeton Ave ~ For more information, call
Skating Etiquette:
Helmets are strongly recommended
Children under 8 must be supervised
is for
rentals or team sports allowed
The tot rink
leisure skating only
Please respect “Rink Closed” signage as any use will damage the liner and
Skating aids are allowed on the tot rink only
future of


**The following programs are not affiliated with the District of Peachland or the Community Centre. The District of Peachland provides the following groups free advertising for their recreational, educational and cultural programs as a community service. If you wish to list your local group or program in the next Recreation Guide, please contact Cheryl at 250.767.2133.



A week-long festival celebrating our love of all art forms!  Literary, performing and visual events are planned�  The Artisans Showcase will be featured at the Community Centre Saturday & Sunday   Everyone welcome!  Please visit www peachlandarts�ca for details�

Various venues

M-Su All Day Feb 7-13


Details TBD   Check the Peachland Community Arts Council’s website for updates at www peachlandarts ca

Community Ctr

Wed Mar 8


Bring your dog for a dog parade, vendors and fun� Everyone welcome� Call 778 479 2843 for more information

Community Ctr parking lot

Sat 10:00 am-12:00 pm Mar 18


View a movie screening of award winning documentary ‘The Memory of Fish’ Guest speaker to follow For more information call 250-767-6456 50+ Wed Mar 22


Hop down for the Annual Easter Egg Hunt Bring your basket For more information visit www�bgco�ca

Cousins Park

Sat 11:00 am-12:30 pm Apr 8


Join the Peachland Ambassadors for tea, a fashion show and a bake sale For more information call 778-479-2845

Community Ctr

Sat 1:00 pm-3:00 pm Apr 8



Are you interested in being a Peachland Ambassador? Anyone interested in either being a candidate, jr� ambassador or a little buddy can email Linda at peachlandambassador@gmail com


Programs at the Peachland BGC include a preschool, after school program, recreation programs for children and youth and access to support services for at-risk youth� For more information, see p 6 & 7 or visit www bgco ca


Enabling girls to be confident, resourceful and courageous The Girl Guides of Canada continues to help girls and young women make a difference in the world Contact Maureen at 250�212�0259 or visit www�girlguides�ca�


Located at 5672 Beach Avenue, the 50+ Activity Centre is operated by the Peachland & District Retirement Society and offers programs for the enjoyment and wellbeing of its members� Membership in the PDRS is $25 per year and enables those 50 years of age and over to participate in all activities The Centre is available for rental for such occasions as wedding receptions, dances, banquets, etc ; rates vary with times booked For information on membership, activities or rentals, please call 250 767 9133 or drop in and pick up a schedule Office hours are weekday mornings from 9:30-11:30 am�


Provides programs and services for people of all ages in Peachland and connects people through support, education, information, referral and outreach PWC values volunteers and collaborates with other community members, organizations and the District of Peachland Call 250 767 0141


The Peachland Little Theatre produces two plays a year The Peachland Little Theatre regularly launches casting calls for upcoming plays and is always looking for enthusiastic volunteers who want to support various production tasks� For more information, visit www facebook com/peachlandtheater


Is your group or organization not listed, or do we need to update the contact information? We try to maintain an up-to-date directory both in the Recreation Guide and on the municipal website. We apologize for any errors or omissions. Please contact the Recreation Clerk at with current information and we will ensure to update the directory in the next issue

Arts and Culture

Friends of the Peachland Library Sandra 250-767-9076

Making Waves Mural Festival Madeleine 778-214-1999

Okanagan Folk School Murray 604-786-9076

Passion 4 Art Roberta 250-767-2054

PDRS 50+ Activity Centre 250-767-9133

Peachland Art Gallery 250-767-7422

Peachland Art Group Louise 250-575-0798

Peachland Community Arts Council Deb 250-767-6796

Peachland Community Connects Lynne 250-767-6225

Peachland Little Theatre Judith 250-768-0687

Peachland Variety Singers Phyllis 250-767-2546

Pincushion Quilt Guild Vivian 250-768-9400 We Art and Craft Here Heather 250-768-7824


Peachland Baptist Church 250-767-9237

Peachland Maple Springs Bible Camp 250-767-2354

Peachland United Church & Bargain Bin 250-767-2206

St Margaret’s Anglican Church 250-767-3131

District of Peachland

Burning Complaints


Fire Department Non-Emergency After Hours 250-469-8577

Municipal Office 250-767-2647

Municipality After Hours 250-868-1621

Recreation Department 250-767-2133

Water/Public Works Shop 250-767-2108


BGC Okanagan 250-767-2515

PDRS 50+ Activity Centre 250-767-9133

Peachland Art Gallery 250-767-7422

Peachland Chamber of Commerce 250-470-8557

Peachland Food Bank 250-767-3312

Peachland Library 250-767-9111

Peachland Little Schoolhouse Linda 250-767-6446

Peachland Museum 250-767-3441

Peachland Visitor Centre 250-767-2455

Peachland Wellness Centre 250-767-0141

Health and Wellness

PDRS 50+ Activity Centre


Peachland Wellness Centre 250-767-0141


Glenrosa Middle 250-870-5176

Mount Boucherie Secondary 250-870-5101

Peachland Elementary 250-870-5122

Service Clubs

Masonic Lodge

Burt 250-767-6245

Peachland Lions Club Steve 250-767-0082

Peachland Rotary Club Chris 250-767-9344

Royal Canadian Legion Branch #69 250-767-9404

Special Interest


Darlene 250-767-2143

Central Okanagan Railway Don 250-767-3441

Friends of the Parrot Sanctuary Ray 250-767-9030

Friendship Club Linda 250-681-1762

OK Folk School Murray 604-786-9908

PDRS 50+ Activity Centre 250-767-9133

Peachland Farmers and Crafters Market Frances 250-487-9491

Peachland Senior Citizens’ Housing Society 250-767-0183

Peachland Senior Support Society Jodi 778-479-9669

Peachland Sportsmen Association Ann 250-768-5009

Peachland Trekkers Eric 778-940-6573

Peachland Watershed Protection Alliance Society Taryn 250-767-6456

Peachland Yacht Club Don 250-212-2266

Pentowna Marina Peter 250-878-0388

Sowers & Growers Garden Club Phyllis 250-767-2546

Trail of the Okanagans Society Doris 250-767-2391

World of Wheels Pam 250-767-6718

Sport & Fitness

Adult Slo Pitch Matt 250-878-0008

PDRS 50+ Activity Centre 250-767-9133

Peachland Riding Club Sandy 250-718-2761

Seniors Slo-Pitch Mike 250-768-5026

Volunteer Opportunities


Heidi 778-871-4511

BGC Okanagan 250-767-2515

Citizens Patrol Gary 250-767-2623 Community Police Office 250-767-2623

Fall Fair Committee Tami 778-583-4514

Fire and Rescue Brigade Dennis 250-767-2841

Friends of the Peachland Library Sandra 250-767-9076

Habitat For Humanity Kelowna and ReStore 778-755-4346

PDRS 50+ Activity Centre 250-767-9133

Peachland Art Gallery Janet 250-801-0134

Peachland Community Connects Shelley 250-212-2025

Peachland Historical Society Don 250-767-3441

Peachland Hub Society Heidi 778-871-4511

Peachland Visitor Centre Trina 250-767-2455

Peachland Watershed Protection Alliance Society Taryn 250-767-6456

Peachland Wellness Centre 250-767-0141

World of Wheels Pam 250-767-6718

Children & Youth

BGC Okanagan 250-767-2515

Girl Guides of Canada Kirsty 778-385-3675

Greata Creek Camp Lee 250-767-9626

Peachland Ambassador Society Linda 778-479-2843

The Bridge Youth & Family Services Jen 250-763-0456 Ext 2246

**PDRS - Peachland and District Retirement Society


29 Winter 2023 Peachland Recreation Guide

District of Peachland Recreation Office 4450 6th Street

Peachland, BC V0H 1X6

Contact us by: Phone: 250.767.2133 Fax: 250.767.9597

E-mail: Web:

Recreation Clerk

Tamie Sanderson

Recreation and Culture Technician

Caitlyn Bennett

Recreation Manager Ben Stringer

Director of Community Services



Seasonal Hours: Dec 19-23

Mon-Fri 8:00 am–4:00 pm Dec 28-30 Wed-Fri 12:00-4:00 pm

Winter Hours: Jan 3-Apr 30

Mon-Thu 8:00am-8:30 pm, Fri 8:00 am-5:00 pm, Sun 12:00-4:00 pm CLOSED

Dec 26, 27, Jan 1, 2, Feb 20, Apr 7, 9 and 10



Register early with a confirmed Peachland address.

Residents must provide valid photo ID before their first enrollment. Residents can register themselves and family members of the same household only.

Registration starts:

Residents online – Dec 7, 8:30 am

Residents in person – Dec 7, 12:00 pm

Non-res online – Dec 8, 8:30 am

Non-res in person – Dec 11, 8:30 am

We encourage you to register early to avoid program cancellation �

Register Today – 3 Ways to Register

In Person Cash, Cheque, Debit Card, Visa, Mastercard, or Amex

By Phone

Visa, Mastercard, or Amex 250.767.2133

General Registration Information

Online Visa, Mastercard, or Amex

*Payment is due at the time of registration

• Appropriate program selection and registration are the responsibility of the person registering for the program�

• Participants can transfer from one program to another only if space is available

• Prorated refunds will be issued at the time/date of notification� There is a 20% processing fee unless the withdrawal is accompanied by a statement from a medical doctor�

• All classes are subject to cancellation due to COVID-19, insufficient registration, instructor availability, inclement weather or non-availability of facilities In these cases, a full or prorated refund will be issued

• Class sizes are limited and are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis�

• Classes have both minimum and maximum numbers of participants required Please register early

• The District reserves the right to fill a registered session with drop-in spots 15 minutes after the regular start time

Customer Satisfaction

Your satisfaction is important to us Should you be unsatisfied with a program or service we offer, a refund may be issued at the discretion of management�

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31 Winter 2023 Peachland Recreation Guide How to Sort your Recycling Recycling Guide A Message from the Regional Waste Reduction Office Visit, or call the Regional Waste Reduction Office at 250.469.6250 NO PLASTIC BAGS ALLOWED Empty aerosol cans (no paints, chemicals) Cardboard and boxboard boxes Plastic clamshells and trays Frozen dessert boxes Paper and plastic drink cups and lids Foil wrap, containers and plates Hard plastic containers Metal cans and lids (with labels) Paper bags - single and multiple layer Paper, envelopes, magazines, catalogues Shredded paper (put in clear plastic bag)* *only time a bag is permitted in recycling Spiral-wound cans for chips, juice etc. Non beverage Gable-top and Tetra Pak cartons What Goes in Your Recycling Cart – Put these items loose in your cart, do not bag them Plastic bags and overwrap Styrofoam containers, trays, packaging Non-refundable glass jars and bottles Other Flexible Packing: Chip bags and snack wrappers, cellophane, zipper bags and pouches, mesh bags and more. For a full list visit Recycle at Depot Only – Do NOT put these items in your recycling cart, take them to a Depot for recycling only NO Garbage NO electronics, appliances Take to a Recycling Depot NO soft or hard cover books Donate to charity NO hard plastic toys Donate to charity NO Tupperware containers Donate to charity NO clothes, textiles Donate to charity NO Hazardous Waste Take to a Recycling Depot What Stays Out of Your Recycling Cart – Leave these items out Download Your Own Recycle Coach App To the curb by 7am
32 Babysitter Training page 4 Kids Drop-In Soccer page 5 Mini Batters T-Ball page 5 Volunteer Breakfast page 26 Learn to Cook: Vietnamese Spring Rolls page 8 Hatha Yoga page 10 Pickleball Clinics page 11 Learn to make Pottery page 4 & 8 and much more! PEACHLAND RECREATION Inspiring active participation and community involvement