Peachland Recreation Guide Fall 2022

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Peachland RECREATION Recreation Guide GUIDE

FALL 2022

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Message from the Mayor: Even as the summer is winding down, the Peachland Community Centre is gearing up for a busy fall season of programs and events. The Recreation Guide provides a variety of community-wide programs that enable you to map out a season of activities for you and your family. My family has always enjoyed sifting through the Guide, and checking out the child, youth and adult programs. There is always a lot to do as the temperatures cool down, including fitness and craft programs and events such as the Fall Fair, Family Glow Run, and Halloween Jack-O’-Lantern walk on the Heritage Park Pier. If you have never tried Pickleball, now is a great time to sign up for a beginner clinic, visit the fitness room, or try some yoga and spin classes. Children and youth can learn to make pottery, play soccer, earn their babysitting certificate, and more, not to mention a host of Boys and Girls Club activities. All these activities have a special social aspect to them, too, as participants get together with old friends and meet new ones. So please enjoy sifting through this fall’s Peachland Recreation Guide, and I will definitely see you out there!


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Arts and Crafts

General Interest

Learn to Make Pottery - Holiday Theme

Babysitter Training

Create FUNctional works of art inspired by the Holiday season. 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. Please bring a towel and an apron or old shirt to wear.

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.

6-14 years


Banquet Rm Mon

Nancy 3:30-4:30 PM

Nov 7-Dec 5


Help other families less fortunate this season. Visit an Angel Tree Nov 22-Dec 16. Trees are located at the Community Centre.


11 years +

Banquet Rm Fri Zoom Tu-W Tu-W Tu-W Tu-W

Oct 21



5:00-7:30 PM 5:00-7:30 PM 5:00-7:30 PM 5:00-7:30 PM

Sep 13-14 Oct 11-12 Nov 15-16 Dec 6-7

#5553 #5554 #5555 #5556

$70 $70 $70 $70

BGC Tween Drop In & Open Gym Time 9-12 years

Take part in cool activities, gym time at the Community Centre, crafts and games. Monthly calendars are available at the Club or on Facebook. See p. 6-7 for more programs. BGC and Main Rm Tue 3:30-5:30 PM

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:


Margaret 9:00 AM-2:15 PM

Fall 2022 Peachland Recreation Guide

Sep 6-Dec 13


Creative Playtime

Spring Story Walk in Lambly Park

Birth-6 years In partnership with the Bridge Youth and Family Services

In partnership with the Okanagan Regional Library

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 for any closures or cancellations. Be sure to also check for last minute changes. No session Nov 11 and Dec 2. Main Rm Fri

10:00 AM-12:00 PM

Sep 23-Dec 16


Lambly Park Sep 17-26



Home Alone

Mini Kickers Soccer

10 years+

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. Margaret 9:00 AM-12:00 PM

Oct 21



5:00-7:00 PM 5:00-7:00 PM 5:00-7:00 PM 5:00-7:00 PM

Sep 15 Oct 13 Nov 17 Dec 1

#5557 #5558 #5559 #5560

$50 $50 $50 $50

4-6 years

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. Cousins Park Wed Main Rm Wed

Randey 5:00-6:00 PM Randey 5:00-6:00 PM

Sep 14-Oct 19



Nov 9-Dec 14




Banquet Rm Fri Zoom Thu Thu Thu Thu

Bring your children and walk, run or roll your way along the Fitness Trail and feel the joy of an active story experience. Together, you and your child will read delightful picture books while enjoying some fresh air. Stop by the Peachland Library after you finish to receive a Story Walk fun pack!

Mini Kickers Soccer Instructor Profile: Coach Randey Since moving to Peachland in 2015, Coach Randey has been the volunteer instructor for Peachland’s Mini Kickers soccer program and taught over 130 Peachland children. He believes the best way for a young child to learn a team sport is to make it fun and keep it positive. He has found over the years that young kids learn to dribble a soccer ball much quicker if they are playing ‘keep away’ from a coach or parent than if someone is just telling them to go around cones. They should all have a ball at their feet as much as possible. Kids all develop at different rates but if you keep it positive, they will keep coming back because they want to, and will learn individual, team and social skills that will benefit each of them throughout their lives.



Peachland 5684 Beach Ave. Tel: (250) 767-2515 Fax: (250) 767-6288 Email: @BGCOkanagan

REGISTER AT: 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.”


Family-Tot Playtime

Our preschools provide children with a program where they will be encouraged to explore, learn, and grow in a stimulating and fun environment. Preschoolers will develop and practice social and language skills, co-operative play, independent thinking and an awareness of self. For those who qualify, We offer tuition sponsorships. Ages: 3 and 4 year olds Location: 5486 Clements Crescent Day: Mon/Wed/Fri 8:45-11:45 a.m. Register at

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 are unstructured and may include a craft, gym time, circle time with stories and songs and best of all, many toys to play with. No sesssion Feb. 14. Ages: 0 to 5 years old Location: Peachland Day: Mon 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (starts Sept. 19) Email for info

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, group games and STEM programming. 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* Contact for registration information.


In partnership with the District of Peachland and the United Way. We are proud to be aGuide part of the Peachland Historic School. Fall 2022 Peachland Recreation

MIDDLE YEARS PROGRAMS Friday Night Fun Grades 6– 12 Start your weekend off right! Join us for dinner and fun. We will have fun around the Club and out in the community. Movie nights, game show nights, dances and more! Check out our monthly calendar on social media or at the Club to see what activities we have planned for each month. Dinner is provided. Program alternates weekly between Mar Jok Elementary School and our Peachland Club. Fridays Sept. 23, Oct. 7 & 21, Nov. 4 & 18, Dec. 2 5:30-8 p.m. Cost: $5/session All Sorts of Sports Ages 7 – 11 Join us for a safe, active and engaging sport-based program. Play a new sport each week with your friends, build your skills and enjoy fun team play. Some of the sports include floor hockey, dodgeball, tennis, pickle ball, soccer and more. This program is located at Peachland Elementary School.. Wednesdays Sept. 21 - Nov. 23 2:30-4 p.m. Cost: FREE

Register at

Winter Break Daycamp Grades K – 5 Registration for full days will be available by Dec. 1. Clubs will be closed Dec. 26-30 and re-open for after school programs on Jan. 2, 2023. Dec. 19 - 23 Contact for more information Peachland Christmas Light-Up Grades 1 – 6 We are excited to announce this year’s Peachland Christmas Light-Up returns to the Peachland Club. The Club offers a pre-parade from 5-6 p.m. where we will have a holiday sing-along, crafts and winter treats prior to the light-up. Please stay tuned for more inforamtion regarding this event in the Peachland Rec Guide event profile. Friday, Dec. 2

YOUTH SERVICES & Programs Youth Drop-In Grades 7 - 10 Bring your friends and join us for a pizza party at the Club. There will be lots of board and video games, and sports in a big open space. This is the perfect opportunity to make new friends and meet other youth in the community. Tuesdays Sept 14 - Dec 14 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. FREE (with yearly Club membership) 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 on Facebook BGC Okanagan Youth or Instagram @BGCOyouth Opportunities for Teens Looking to gain volunteer or leadership experience? We have opportunities to volunteer in our programs and at special events. Contact us at for more information.

Restorative Justice This program is an approach that seeks to repair harm caused by a youth’s actions, through reconciliation with the person harmed and others affected. The youth must take responsibility for their actions and voluntarily agree to participate in the program. The program also offers Peace Circle - a process that incorporates youth, familes and their supports, to come together to address conflict, miscommunications, trauma and harm that the family and community may be experiencing. For more information contact: 250-868-8541 ext. 206, or Reconnect 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. Fall 2022250-258-0566 Peachland Recreation Guide Contact:


Arts and Crafts

Primordial Sound Meditation 14 years+

Learn to Make Pottery – Kurinuki 14 years+

Come and get a block of clay and see what you can make. 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 one week after class completion. Banquet Rm Sun

Nancy 12:30-1:30 PM

Oct 30-Nov 6



4th Street Pl Tue Thu Sat

Session 2

Create your own Christmas decorations using clay and simple handbuilding techniques as well as precast items. You will use cookie cutters and slab building techniques to make up to 8 decorations and a dimensional bisque angel or Christmas ball. On week two you will paint and decorate your pieces which will then be fired again so they are durable for many years to come.

Session 3

Banquet Rm Mon

Nancy 5:15-6:15 PM

Nov 21-Nov 28



General Interest Canning and Food Preservation 101 Learn the art of canning and preserve fresh foods for enjoyment all year long. The instructor will demonstrate basic canning rules and Food Safe principles to produce samples and products to take home at the end of class. Weekly topics will include jams and preserves, chutneys and pickles, sauces and spreads, and jams of the Okanagan with local wine/ spirits. No session Oct 9. Nancy 12:30-3:00 PM

Sep 25-Oct 23

Sun Thu Sat Tue Thu Sat Sun

7:00-8:30 am 4:00-5:30 pm 8:00-9:30 am

Sep 1, 3, 6, & 8



9:00-10:30 am 4:00-5:30 pm 8:00-9:30 am

Oct 1, 2, 6, & 8



7:00-8:30 am 4:00-5:30 pm 8:00-9:30 am 9:00-10:30 am

Nov 1, 3, 5 & 6



7:00-8:30 am 4:00-5:30 pm 8:00-9:30 am

Dec 1, 3, 6, & 8



Session 4 Tue Thu Sat

Tai Chi for Wellness

14 years+

Banquet Rm Sun


Session 1

Learn to Make Pottery - Make your own Christmas Decorations 14 years+


Experience inner calm and deep relaxation through Primordial sounds—the basic, most essential sounds of nature. You will develop and learn to use a mantra for daily meditation to reawaken balance, tranquility and a compassion within. Taught by a certified Chopra Centre instructor.



All ages+ 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. 4th Street Pl Thu 12:30-2:30 PM

Oct 20-Dec 22

Chopra Mantra Meditation 14 years+

Unlock the power of mantra-based meditation. You will learn the basics of sound-based mediation, as well as tools and techniques to start your self-care journey. Taught by a certified Chopra Centre instructor. 4th Street Pl Thu Thu Thu Thu Thu Thu Thu Thu


Denise 6:45-7:45 am 5:45-6:45 pm 6:45-7:45 am 5:45-6:45 pm 6:45-7:45 am 5:45-6:45 pm 6:45-7:45 am 5:45-6:45 pm

Sep 8-29 Sep 8-29 Oct 6-27 Oct 6-27 Nov 3-24 Nov 3-24 Dec 1-22 Dec 1-22

#5536 #5540 #5537 #5541 #5538 #5542 #5539 #5543

$55 $55 $55 $55 $55 $55 $55 $55


when you enroll in 2 or more select activities


Personal Training 14 years+

FITNESS ROOM 14 years + 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 • 2 spin bikes • 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.


Improve your coordination, strength, balance, posture and range of motion using a variety of props and supports. You will perform a fullbody workout using compound exercises to burn fat and keep your muscles strong. Pre-registration is recommended as space is limited. No session Oct 10. Carla 9:30 -10:45 AM 9:30 -10:45 AM 9:30 -10:45 AM 9:30 -10:45 AM

Sep 12-Oct 31 Nov 7-Dec 19 Sep 14-Oct 26 Nov 2-Dec 21

#5480 #5481 #5482 #5483

$70 $70 $80 $80

Fitness Room Orientation 14 years +

Familiarize yourself with the strength and cardio equipment of the Fitness Room. Learn proper technique and workout tips from a certified personal trainer. Orientations are FREE but pre-registration is required. FREE FREE FREE FREE

Build your flexibility, increase circulation and improve your core strength and posture. Using bands, blocks and foam rollers, you will perform standing and floor stretching routines to release tension, improve your mobility, and recover from weight training or sport activites. Please bring a towel, warm sweat shirt and water bottle to class. Participants must be able to go to the ground for mat work. Arrive 10 minutes before your first class to fill out a medical questionnaire prior to exercising. 4th Street Pl Wed Wed

Carla 11:00 AM-12:00 PM 11:00 AM-12:00 PM

Sep 14-Oct 26 Nov 2-Dec 21

#5532 #5533


*Fees will increase by 5% January of each year

#5484 #5485 #5486 #5487

Fitness Fusion

14 years+

14 years+

ADMISSION RATES: *Drop-in available only during Community Centre operating hours. See p. 30 for details. $5.75/Visit • $28.88/Month $63.66/3 Months • $115.76/6 Months • $208.43/12 Months

Sep 20 Oct 18 Nov 22 Dec 6

$35/30 min or $60/hr

Full Body Stretch

*Washroom access during office closures is at Swim Bay. See p. 30 for details.

Abby 4:45-6:15 PM 4:45-6:15 PM 4:45-6:15 PM 4:45-6:15 PM

Fitness Rm Abby Dates and times by request

4th Street Pl Mon Mon Wed Wed

Sep 1-Dec 31 Mon-Sun 5:00 am-10:00 pm *Please note - No winter maintenance outside Community Centre operating hours

Fitness Rm Tue Tue Tue Tue

Receive 1-on-1 training to reach your fitness goals. You will work with a certified trainer to complete customized workouts. You must have a Fitness Room membership to register.

$56 $64

Indoor Walking 14 years+

Avoid the slips and falls of walking outdoors and benefit from walking while meeting some new exercise partners. No session Aug 1, 22, Sep 5, 9, 16, Oct 10, Nov 11, 14 or Dec 2. Main Rm M/W/F M/W/F

8:00-9:00 AM 8:00-9:00 AM

Jul 4-Sep 28 Oct 3-Dec 21

#5427 #5490

$10 or $1/Visit $10 or $1/Visit

Intro to Weight Training

14 years+ Learn the basics of full-body weight training to create strong,

Try it for FREE – Intro to Weight Training 14 years + Mon

4th Street Pl 3:30-4:45 PM

Carla Sep 12



lean muscle. In a small class environment, you will receive personalized weight and resistance training to improve your strength and promote physical health. Proper technique and posture will be emphasized for all exercises. No session Oct 10. 4th Street Pl Mon Mon

Carla 3:30-4:45 PM 3:30-4:45 PM

Sep 19-Oct 31 Nov 7-Dec 12

#5478 #5479

$60 $60




Hatha Yoga

14 years+

Become the music in 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. 4th Street Pl Tue Tue

Emma 6:30-7:30 PM 6:30-7:30 PM

Sep 6-Oct 25 Nov 1-Dec 20

#5507 #5508

$64 $64

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. No session Sep 26, Oct 3, or 10.


Frances 6:30-7:30 PM 6:30-7:30 PM

Sep 12-Oct 31 Nov 7-Dec 19

#5495 #5496

$40 $56


14 years+

Blend world upbeat rhythms with easy to follow choreography for a total body workout. You will learn dance routines that combine interval & resistance training to tone and burn fat, all with a Latin flavour! Please bring comfortable gym or dance shoes & bottled water. No session Oct 10. 4th Street Pl Mon Mon

Maya 6:30-7:30 PM 6:30-7:30 PM

Sep 12-Oct 31 Nov 7-Dec 19

#5501 #5502

$56 $56

Yoga Flow Yoga

14 years+

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 Nov 11. 4th Street Pl Tue Tue Fri Fri

Tessa 9:00-10:00 AM 9:00-10:00 AM 9:00-10:00 AM 9:00-10:00 AM

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. 4th Street Pl Wed Wed

Angie 5:30-6:30 PM 5:30-6:30 PM

Sep 7-Oct 26 Nov 2-Dec 21

#5488 #5489

$64 $64

Therapeutic Yoga

14 years+

Main Rm Mon Mon

14 years+

Sep 6-Oct 25 Nov 1-Dec 20 Sep 9-Oct 28 Nov 4-Dec 23

#5473 #5474 #5475 #5476

$64 $64 $56 $56

14 years+

Help support acute injuries, post-operative recovery, orthopedic pain and varying degrees of physical and/or emotional trauma with a gentle and restorative yoga practice. Postural alignments and holding pattern awareness combined with traditional yoga will be explored. 4th Street Pl Tue Tue Thu Thu

Sep 6-Oct 25 Nov 1-Dec 20 Sep 8-Oct 27 Nov 3-Dec 22

#5497 #5498 #5499 #5500

$96 $96 $96 $96

Yoga for Your Back

14 years+

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 low back, neck and shoulders. Gentle stretching and posture alignment will be featured to increase range of motion, strength, mobility and long-term back health. No yoga experience is necessary. Please bring two 28x54 inch bath towels to class. No class Sep 22, Oct 6 or 11. 4th Street Pl Tue Tue Thu Thu

Janet 2:45-4:00 PM 2:45-4:00 PM 9:30-10:45 AM 9:30-10:45 AM

Sep 6-Oct 25 Nov 1-Dec 20 Sep 8-Oct 27 Nov 3-Dec 15

#5503 #5504 #5505 #5506

$70 $70 $70 $70

Yoga Workshops Pelvic Floor Yoga Therapy

14 years+

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 Oct 10. 4th Street Pl Mon


Dawn 10:30-11:45 AM 10:30-11:45 AM 11:00 AM-12:15 PM 11:00 AM-12:15 PM

Dawn 11:00 AM-12:15 PM

Oct 17-Nov 21




Recreation Pickleball

14 years+

Meet new friends and have fun playing the fastest growing sport in North America. No session Sep 30, Oct 2, 9, 10, Nov 11, 14, 15, 22 or Dec 2. Main Rm

1.0-2.5 Mon Mon Wed

11:00 AM-1:00 PM 1:00-3:00 PM 9:05-11:00 AM

Sep 19-Dec 19 Sep 19-Dec 19 Sep 21-Dec 21

#5459 #5460 #5461

$40 $40 $46

12:00-2:00 PM

Sep 25-Dec 18



9:05 AM-11:00 AM 1:00-3:00 PM 1:00-3:00 PM

Sep 19-Dec 19 Sep 21-Dec 21 Sep 23-Dec 16

#5464 #5465 #5466

$40 $46 $33

10:30 AM-12:30 PM

Sep 22-Dec 15



1:00-3:00 PM 1:00-3:00 PM 2:00-4:00 PM

Sep 20-Dec 20 Sep 22-Dec 15 Sep 25-Dec 18

#5469 #5470 #5471

$40 $43 $36

2.5-3.5 Sun

3.0-3.5 Mon Wed Fri

3.5 Thu

3.75+ Tue Thu Sun

Pickleball Clinics

14 years+

Learn the rules of the game and experience “hands on” skill development. Wear clean outdoor tennis shoes; runners are NOT recommended. Preregistration required. Main Rm


Learn to Play Tue Mon

10:00-11:15 AM 3:15-4:30 PM

Sep 6-27 Nov 21-Dec 12

#5523 #5525

$88 $88

3:15-4:30 PM

Oct 17-Nov 7




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 with little success • 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 and 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


Novice Mon

Pickleball Drills and Play

14 years+

Drop-In Only

No session Oct 10, Nov 11, 14, 25 or Dec 2 All Play Mon Thu Fri

6:30-8:15 PM 6:30-8:15 PM 3:00-4:45 PM

$4.75/Visit or $42.50/10 Pass Sep 26-Dec 12 Sep 29-Dec 15 Oct 7-Dec 16

3.0+ Wed

11:00 AM-1:00 PM

Winter Break All Play W-F

1:00-3:00 pm

Sep 21-Dec 21 $4.50/Visit Dec 28-30

Strengthen your skills by working together with similarly rated players. In a 4-5 player group, you will practice various drills and receive coaching by a 5.0 rated player followed by one-hour of play with your group. Prerequisite: Novice Pickleball Clinic. Main Rm


2.0-2.5 Tue Tue

10:00 AM-12:00 PM 10:00 AM-12:00 PM

Oct 18-Nov 8 Nov 29-Dec 13

#5526 #5529

$60 $45

10:00 AM-12:00 PM 10:00 AM-12:00 PM

Oct 18-Nov 8 Nov 29-Dec 13

#5527 #5530

$60 $45

10:00 AM-12:00 PM 10:00 AM-12:00 PM

Oct 18-Nov 8 Nov 29-Dec 13

#5528 #5531

$60 $45

2.5-3.0 Tue Tue

3.0-3.5 Tue Tue



REGISTER NOW General Program Registration starts August 2 JBMAC Swim for Life Lesson Registration starts August 24



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Bargain Bin and

Peachland United Church Located at 4421 4th St Facilities: Church Hall 20’ X50’ Capacity 65 Church Sanctuary Capacity 106 (pews)

Bargain Bin Thrift Store “Consignment Quality at Thrift Store Prices” Open Noon to 3:00 pm Wednesday to Saturday

Donations accepted during business hours

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Season runs from mid-October through mid-March Online Registration starts September 1. In-person Reg is Thurs Sept 22, 6:00-7:30 pm at the club.

Daytime leagues: Senior Men Senior Mixed Senior Ladies Mixed Stick

Evening leagues: Men’s Ladies Open Mixed Mixed Social

 Junior curling, after school every Wednesday   Learn to Curl Program offered in Oct, 2022   Stick and Social Leagues available   New members are always welcome 

For more information call, email or check our website 250-494-9322


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Community Recreation

That Fits Your Life!

• Public Swim – Wheelchair Accessible Pool • Lane Swim • Swim for Life Lessons (All Ages) • Advanced Aquatic Training • Water Walking • Spin • Yoga • Over 40 Land/Aqua Fitness Classes per week • Weight Room • 10 Atlantis Weight Stations • Free Weights • Tot Watch (6mths-5yrs) • Early Childhood Programs (3-5yrs) • Children – Adult General Programs

Johnson Bentley Memorial Aquatic Centre

3737 Old Okanagan Hwy, West Kelowna

778 -797-POOL (7665)

Swim Safe…Get Fit…Be Active…

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INDOOR SOCCER REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR BOYS & GIRLS BORN 2018-2005 NOVEMBER 5TH - MARCH 12TH U5/6 $90 U7-U17 $135 West Kelowna Sport Dome 2139 McDougall Rd West Kelowna

Register at 778-755-6102


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Peachland Wellness Centre “Peachland’s go-to place.”

Interested in Serving our Community? 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 afford 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: 250-767-0082 or visit our website, just Google Peachland Lions Club

PWC has been called the “go-to place” in Peachland for everything from socialization to light housekeeping! PWC offers social health programs and services to keep our community happy and healthy. Programs range from Bereavement Support Group to Sunshine Singers. PWC services are designed to address specific needs in the community and include transportation and adult day services. 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. PWC is volunteer and donor based, and we rely on our donors’ and volunteers’ support and generosity. If you are passionate about serving and being involved in the community, PWC is the place for you. We look forward to welcoming you!

Peachland Wellness Centre

4426 5th Street, Peachland BC•250-767-0141•

Hours 7:30am-5:00pm 3155 Glenrosa Road, West Kelowna

2-5 yrs The goal of early childhood education should be to activate the child’s own natural desire to learn.” MARIA MONTESSORI

Preschool & Daycare

For Information Call


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Contemporary Sunday Worship Service at 9:00AM Sunday School at 10:15AM Traditional Sunday Worship Service at 11:00AM Online Worship Services: (Videos Tab) We look forward to seeing you soon!

GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH 1162 Hudson Road, West Kelowna 250.769.5685

Pastor David Wunderlich - A member congregation of CALC & LCMC

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4TH STREET PLACE Located at 4475 4th Street Maximum capacity: 50 Facility Features: • Small non-commercial kitchenette • AED

Rates and availability:

250.767.2133 or



Located at 4450 6th Street Facility Features: • Wheelchair accessible • 40 round tables (5’) • AED • Commercial kitchen • 300+ 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

Rates and availability:

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Located at 5684 Beach Ave, the Peachland Historic School is home to the Peachland Visitor Centre, housing 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 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 • Gathering Peachland’s Past exhibit


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 on event set up)

Rates and availability:



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PEACHLAND VISITOR CENTRE 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.

Conference Room Maximum capacity: 24 (Capacity varies depending on event set up)



Located in the Peachland Historic School, the BGC Okanagan is home to the Peachland Youth Centre. For child and youth program information, see p. 8 & 9.


Rates and availability:

Community Room Maximum capacity: 48 (Capacity varies depending on event set up)

Rates and availability:


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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. Main Room Maximum capacity: 30 Basement Meeting Room Maximum capacity: 10 Facility Features: • Kitchen • Wheelchair accessible • Comfortable seating

Open Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

Rates and availability:


50+ ACTIVITY CENTRE 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. Maximum capacity: 235 (Capacity varies depending on 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:

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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



• 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

Chevallier Park Desert Pines Ave & Coldham Rd

Cousins Park

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

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MacKinnon Park MacKinnon Rd & Upton Rd

• Undeveloped Trail

• Wilderness • Hiking

Riding Club Princeton Ave & Law St

• Undeveloped Neighbourhood Park

• Spirit Square • Picnic Area • Benches • Washrooms • Playground • Splash Pad • Totem Pole/Pavilion • Bat Interpretive Trail • Wheelchair Accessible Fishing Pier

• Neighbourhood Park • Picnic Area • Playground

• Walkway (Paved Path) • Picnic Area • Tennis & Pickleball Courts • Skate Park • Outdoor Fitness Equipment

• Active transportation route linking Lang Road with Trepanier Bench Road

• Wilderness Park • Hiking

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Morrison Rd 5380 Princeton Ave

Morrison Park Mountain View Park

• Boat Launch • Breakwater • Swimming • Picnic Area • Scenic • Partial Fenced Dog Area

Elliott Ave

Trepanier Bench Rd

• Wilderness Park • Hiking

Knoblauch Park

Lang Trail

• Beach Access • Swimming • Sandy Area • Scenic

Beach Ave across from Museum

Hwy 97 & San Clemente Ave

Heritage Park

Lambly Park

• Sports Field • Softball Diamond • Washrooms • Summer Concession Nearby


Beach Ave & 6th St

Cove Beach (Davis Cove)


• Neighbourhood Park • Picnic Area • Scenic • Playground

• Wilderness Park • Hiking • Winter Ice Rink

• Clubhouse • Riding Area




PARK NAME Sanderson Park

Stairway to Heaven

Strachan’s Corner

5900 Sanderson Ave Victoria St at Gladstone Cres 8th-13th St

Trepanier Bay Beach

Trepanier Linear Park

Turner Park


Beach Ave & Todd Rd Turner Ave

WA Lang

6th Ave & Pincushion Pl

York Trail York Ln

• Wilderness • Access Via Stairs (Long) • Scenic • Boat Launch • Swimming • Picnic Area • Scenic • Dogs may swim off-leash but must be on-leash on the shore *Dogs in designated areas only

Beach Ave & 6th St

Beach Ave & Todd Rd

• Wilderness Park• Hiking

Swim Bay


• Swimming/Swim Lessons • Concession/Picnic Area • Wharf/Diving Board • Zip Line/Rope Swing • Lifeguards • Washrooms • Wheelchair Lake Access and Aquatic Mobility Devices

• Sandy Beach • Boat Launch • Swimming Area • Washrooms • Creekside Waterway • Benches • Information Kiosk • Outdoor Fitness Equipment

• Undeveloped Neighbourhood Park

• Wilderness Park • Hiking • Access to Regional District and Crown Land access to Pincushion Mountain *Dogs on-leash required outside District boundary

• Active transportation route linking York Lane with the Peachland Cemetery


Beach Ave & 6th St


Hwy 97 & San Clemente Ave


Beach Ave across from Museum


Beach Ave across from Museum


Visit, email, or call 250.767.2133



Fri, OCT 7 • 6:00 pm

All ages

Enjoy a run or stroll with the whole family under the spell of the night. Starting in Heritage Park, run 5k or walk/run 3k along Beach Avenue.

Adults 13 years + #5513 $12 Aug 18-Sep 16 $15 Sep 17-Oct 6 $20 Oct 7 cash only

Children 6-12 years #5512 $5 Aug 18-Sep 16 $8 Sep 17-Oct 6 $10 OCT 7 cash only

Children Under 6 are FREE


mon, Oct 31 5:00-7:30 pm HERITAGE PARK



• Check-in and family activities at Heritage Park at 6:00-7:00 pm. • Run starts at 7:30 pm. • Waivers and consent forms must be submitted at check-in. • To register, visit or call 250.767.2133.


drop-off 2:00-4:30 pm


Christmas Social Fri, Dec 23


Everyone Welcome

Community Centre Main Room

Join us for a special Christmas Celebration

Indoor Walking

8:00-9:00 am

Christmas Sing-a-Long

9:00-10:00 am or 10:45-11:45 am

Enjoy goodies and a Christmas sing-a-long with Marty Edwards

4450 6th Street • 250.767.2133

Breakfast with Santa Delightful for the young and young at heart! A delicious pancake breakfast followed by crafts, entertainment and a special visit with Santa. Bring your own camera for a picture perfect day. Community Ctr Adult supervision required

Sat, Dec 3 9:00-11:30 am 9:00 am 9:30 am 10:30 am

Breakfast Entertainment Visits with Santa, Crafts, Face Painting

$14 Age 10-Adult • $12 Age 4-9 $6 Age 1-3 • FREE under 1 year

Food Bank collection on site Planning to share a table with another family? Please advise us at time of registration.



Pre-registration required


Fri, Dec 2


Art Gallery Open House and Refreshments Children’s Party: Crafts, Face Painting, Sing-a-long Walk with us in a Glow Parade to Heritage Park Welcome and Official Countdown to the Light-Up Entertainment, Face Painting, Hot Refreshments, Games, Bouncy Castle, Photo Booth, Visit with Santa and More!

Polar Bear Walk or Run - all ages Get your New Year’s resolutions 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. Community Ctr SAT 10:30 am Jan 1 Adults 13+ #5534


$12 Aug 19-Dec 23 $15 Dec 24-31 online only $20 Jan 1 cash only

Children 5-12 #5535

Art Gallery Boys & Girls Club Boys & Girls Club to Heritage Park Heritage Park Heritage Park

Polar Bear Swim - 6 years + Celebrate the New Year with a splash into Okanagan Lake. This event is free, but preevent check-in is required from 12:00-12:45 pm. Community Ctr SAT 1:00 pm Jan 1 FREE


4:30-6:00 pm 4:30-6:00 pm 6:00-6:15 pm 6:15-6:30 pm 6:30-7:30 pm


$5 Aug 19-Dec 23 $8 Dec 24-31 online only $10 Jan 1 cash only

Children under 5 are FREE

To register, visit

or call

250.767.2133 250.767.2133


**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 Ben at 250.767.2133.





Enjoy and artisan fair, chalk walk for children and youth, live painting demonstrations and a wide variety of other performers in and around the Community Centre. Opening reception on Friday night with two full-days on Saturday and Sunday. For more information, visit Multiple Locations F-Su All day Sep 2-4


Come down and see the displays and exhibitions. For entry categories and more information, visit the website at Awards to be presented on Sunday at 4:30 pm.. Community Ctr Sat 1:00-6:00 pm Sep 10 Sun 10:00 am-4:00 pm Sep 11


The pageant features a talent and fashion show, the evening wear presentations, impromptu questions, greetings from visiting royalty, awards presentation and coronation. For more information, contact Linda at 778.479.2843. Community Ctr Fri/Sat 7:00-9:00 pm Sep 16/17


Enjoy an evening of Great Music, Food & Fun! You will experience an elegant sit down dinner, silent auction and door prices. Dance the night away to Pop, Country & Soft Rock favourites. Tickets can be purchased by visiting Community Ctr Sat 5:00-11:00 pm Sep 24


Please join the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #69 as we honour our veterans and fallen comrades. 10:30 am ceremony starts. Reception immediately after at Legion Branch #69 (4407 2nd St). Everyone welcome, including minors. Cennotaph Park Fri 10:30 am Nov 11

Various Locations: • Peachland Community Centre • Peachland Little Schoolhouse Sat 9:00 am-3:00 pm

• Peachland Historic School • Peachland United Church Nov 26



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


Programs at the Peachland Boys and Girls Club 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


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.


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.

Peachland Christmas Craft Fair Get ready for Christmas!

Purchase your gifts from local artisans. Find exciting handmade treasures and works of art for that someone special on your shopping list.

Saturday, November 26, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, Peachland Community Centre Admission by donation, proceeds to Peachland Wellness Centre

Vendor registration begins Tuesday, September 7. $40/one table, $70/two tables, $90/three tables Please contact Peachland Wellness Centre at 250.767.0141

Hosted by Peachland Wellness Centre 4426 5th St, Peachland, BC V0H 1X6


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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 Passion 4 Art Roberta PDRS 50+ Activity Centre Peachland Art Gallery Peachland Art Group Louise Peachland Community Arts Council Deb Peachland Little Theatre Judith Peachland Variety Singers Phyllis Pincushion Quilt Guild Taylor We Art and Craft Here Heather Peachland Baptist Church Peachland Maple Springs Bible Camp Peachland United Church & Bargain Bin St. Margaret’s Anglican Church

District of Peachland

Burning Complaints Fire Department Non-Emergency After Hours Municipal Office Municipality After Hours Recreation Department Water/Public Works Shop


BGC Okanagan PDRS 50+ Activity Centre Peachland Art Gallery Peachland Chamber of Commerce Peachland Food Bank Peachland Library Peachland Little Schoolhouse Linda Peachland Museum Peachland Visitor Centre Peachland Wellness Centre

250-767-9237 250-767-2354 250-767-2206 250-767-3131 250-469-8577 250-469-8577 250-767-2647 250-868-1621 250-767-2133 250-767-2108 250-767-2515 250-767-9133 250-767-7422 250-470-8557 250-767-3312 250-767-9111 250-767-6446 250-767-3441 250-767-2455 250-767-0141

Health and Wellness

PDRS 50+ Activity Centre 250-767-9133 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 Peachland Lions Club Steve Peachland Rotary Club Chris Royal Canadian Legion Branch #69

250-767-6245 250-767-0082 250-767-9344 250-767-9404

Special Interest

BEEPS Heidi Central Okanagan Railway Don Friends of the Parrot Sanctuary Ray Friendship Club Linda OK Folk School Murray PDRS 50+ Activity Centre Peachland Farmers and Crafters Market Frances Peachland Senior Citizens’ Housing Society Peachland Senior Support Society Jody Peachland Sportsmen Association Ann Peachland Trekkers Eric Peachland Watershed Protection Alliance Society Taryn Peachland Yacht Club Don Pentowna Marina Peter Sowers & Growers Garden Club Phyllis Trail of the Okanagans Society Doris World of Wheels Pam

Sport & Fitness

Adult Slo Pitch Matt PDRS 50+ Activity Centre Peachland Riding Club Sandy Seniors Slo-Pitch Mike

Volunteer Opportunities

BEEPS Heidi BGC Okanagan Citizens Patrol Gary Community Police Office Mina Jean Fall Fair Committee Tami Fire and Rescue Brigade Dennis Friends of the Peachland Library Sandra Habitat For Humanity Kelowna and ReStore PDRS 50+ Activity Centre Peachland Art Gallery Janet Peachland Community Connects Shelley Peachland Historical Society Don Peachland Visitor Centre Trina Peachland Watershed Protection Alliance Society Taryn Peachland Wellness Centre World of Wheels Pam

Children & Youth

BGC Okanagan Girl Guides of Canada Greata Creek Camp Peachland Ambassador Society The Bridge Youth & Family Services

Kirsty Lee Linda Jen

778-871-4511 250-767-3441 250-767-9030 250-681-1762 604-786-9908 250-767-9133 250-487-9491 250-767-0183 778-479-9669 250-768-5009 778-940-6573 250-767-6456 250-212-2266 250-878-0388 250-767-2546 250-767-2391 250-767-6718 250-878-0008 250-767-9133 250-718-2761 250-768-5026 778-871-4511 250-767-2515 250-767-2623 250-767-2623 778-583-4514 250-767-2841 250-767-9076 778-755-4346 250-767-9133 250-801-0134 250-212-2025 250-767-3441 250-767-2455 250-767-6456 250-767-0141 250-767-6718



250-767-9076 250-767-2054 250-767-9133 250-767-7422 250-575-0798 250-767-6796 250-768-0687 250-767-2546 250-502-2956 250-768-7824

250-767-2515 778-385-3675 250-767-9626 778-479-2843 250-763-0456 Ext 2246

**PDRS - Peachland and District Retirement Society

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EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION We Are Here! 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 Manager Ben Stringer


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 only online – Aug 18, 8:30 am Residents only in person – Aug 18, 12:00 pm Non-residents online – Aug 19, 8:30 am Non-residents in person – Aug 22, 8:30 am We encourage you to register early to avoid program cancellation.

Register Today – 3 Ways to Register

Director of Community Services Cory Labrecque

We are on Facebook! Search “Peachland Recreation” to stay up-to-date and connected to our events and programs. Become a fan by clicking “Like” on our Page.

OFFICE HOURS: Seasonal Hours: Aug 22-Sep 9 & Dec 19-23 Mon-Fri 8:00 am-5:00 pm Fall Hours: Sep 12-Dec 16 Mon-Thu 8:00 am-8:30 pm Fri 8:00 am-5:00 pm Sun 12:00-4:00 pm Winter Break Hours: Dec 28-31 Wed-Fri 12:00-4:00 pm Closed: Sep 30, Oct 10, 11 and Nov 11

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

By Phone Visa, Mastercard or Amex 250.767.2133

Online Visa, Mastercard or Amex *Payment is due at the time of registration

General Registration Information

• 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.


Recycling Guide A Message from the Regional Waste Reduction Office

How to Sort your Recycling What Goes in Your Recycling Cart – Put these items loose in your cart, do not bag them To the curb by 7am


Paper, envelopes, magazines, catalogues

Cardboard and boxboard boxes

Shredded paper (put in clear plastic bag)*

Paper bags - single and multiple layer

Paper and plastic drink cups and lids

Empty aerosol cans (no paints, chemicals)

Plastic clamshells and trays

*only time a bag is permitted in recycling

Hard plastic containers

Non beverage Gable-top and Tetra Pak cartons

Spiral-wound cans for chips, juice etc.

Frozen dessert boxes

Foil wrap, containers and plates

Metal cans and lids (with labels)

Recycle at Depot Only – Do NOT put these items in your recycling cart, take them to a Depot for recycling only

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

What Stays Out of Your Recycling Cart – Leave these items out

NO Garbage

NO Hazardous Waste Take to a Recycling Depot

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

Download Your Own Recycle Coach App

Visit, or call the Regional Waste Reduction Office at 250.469.6250

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Peachland Recreation Inspiring active participation and community involvement

Learn to Make Pottery pages 8

Hatha Yoga page 10

Intro to Weight Training page 9


page 10

Glow Run page 25

Zumba page 10

Chopra Mantra Meditation page 8

Breakfast with Santa page 26


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and much more!