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Recreation Services REGISTRATION BEGINS Wednesday, May 22 at 8 a.m.

SUMMER 2019

PROGRAM GUIDE

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SQUAMISH ACADEMY OF MUSIC Professional, Passionate Music Education

Empowering musicians to connect and create through:

Summer day camps Private lessons Group classes Music therapy

Join our musical community today! Visit www.squamishacademyofmusic.com for more information Contact us at 604-815-4482 or info@squamishacademyofmusic.com to register 38121 Second Avenue Downtown Squamish 604-815-4482 squamishacademyofmusic.com


Summer 2019

TABLE OF CONTENT Long summer days are almost here! The Squamish Recreation Services Summer Program guide is packed with camps, programs and outings to help you plan your best summer ever. Wondering what to do with your kids while you’re at work? Looking for single day outings, a new fitness routine, or week-long adventures? Our Summer Program guide offers a variety of all-ages programs to suit your schedule and ability. Choose from mountain bike, rock climbing and water-based programs, or get creative through one of several multiday performing arts camps. Whatever your interest, whatever your level, Squamish Recreation Services has a right fit for you. Can’t find your passion? Please let us know how we can make what we offer even better. Stay active, stay cool and be safe this summer.

Facility information 4 Registration information 6 Parent and tot programs 11 Preschool age 12 Summer camps summary 18 School age 20 School age gymnastics 30 Squamish Mountain Bike Program 32-33 Youth Center 34 Adults 36 Adult and 55+ programs 36 Pool schedule 44

Karen Elliott Mayor

Pool drop-in information 45 Swim lessons schedules 48 Aquatic programs youth and adult 51 Recreation and sport contacts 56 Squamish arts and culture contacts 57

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Facility INFORMATION STAFF CONTACTS

FACILITY RENTALS

Customer Service Office 604.898.3604

The District of Squamish has a variety of facilities available to meet your recreation and business needs. Whether you are looking for a location to host your meeting or a venue for a special event, party or pick up hockey game we can help! Rentals are based on an hourly rate and require insurance. Rentals with recorded music are subject to SOCAN fees. The fee is a direct charge of SOCAN and all monies received by the District are sent in full to SOCAN. Email bookings@squamish.ca for inquiries or to book your event today!

Tim Hoskin Director of Recreation Services thoskin@squamish.ca Camilla Say Manager of Facilities csay@squamish.ca Shannon Goetsch Program Specialist sgoetsch@squamish.ca Michelle Wilcox Program Specialist mwilcox@squamish.ca Kim Muller Customer Service Supervisor kmuller@squamish.ca Marie-Claude NĂŠron Marketing and Communications Specialist mneron@squamish.ca Anna Heap Rosella Bianco Facility Bookings bookings@squamish.ca Christine Creer Program Coordinator ccreer@squamish.ca MarĂŠ Struve Program Coordinator mstruve@squamish.ca Renee Hurford Program Coordinator rhurford@squamish.ca Holly Coutts Program Coordinator hcoutts@squamish.ca Michelle Ford Program Coordinator mford@squamish.ca Ed Dockter Maintenance Supervisor edockter@squamish.ca Ralph Burgin Assistant Maintenance Supervisor rburgin@squamish.ca

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CONDUCT Code of Conduct Please, treat all with courtesy and respect. Respect the facility and equipment. Be free from use of alcohol and drugs. Recreation Services would like to ensure everyone visiting our public facilities enjoys their time, feels safe and is not harassed while doing so. The code of Conduct is in place around the facility to ensure everyone understands what safe, respectful and appropriate behaviour is. Individuals not adhering to the code of conduct will be asked to leave and could face an ongoing suspension of facility use.


Facility INFORMATION BRENNAN PARK RECREATION CENTRE

Brennan Park office hours

1009 Centennial Way, Squamish, B.C. 604.898.3604

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

Located in spectacular Squamish, Brennan Park Recreation Centre is the hub of activity and recreation in our community. With an aquatic centre, arena, mountain bike skills park, auditorium, fields, artificial turf, and so much more, we have programs to meet everyone’s needs. Visit squamish.ca/rec to learn more about our facilities and programs.

THE 55 ACTIVITY CENTRE 1201 Village Green Way, Squamish, B.C. 604.848.6898 Located in downtown Squamish, The 55 Activity Centre is a community gathering place for adults and seniors. Whether you are taking part in fitness programs, attending one of our many bus trips, practicing your art skills at one of our workshops or meeting your friends for a coffee, you’ll find something to enjoy here! The 55 Activity Centre focuses on programs for adults 55+ but there are many options for adults 19+ as well. Visit squamish.ca/rec to learn more about our facilities and programs.

8:00am - 10:00pm 8:00am - 10:00pm 8:00am - 10:00pm 8:00am - 10:00pm 8:00am - 9:00pm 9:00am - 8:00pm 9:00am - 9:00pm

The 55 Activity Centre Facility hours*: Monday 8:30am - 4:30pm Tuesday 8:30am - 9:00pm Wednesday 8:30am - 9:00pm Thursday 8:30am - 9:00pm Friday 8:30am - 9:00pm Saturday 8:30am - 4:30pm Sunday CLOSED The 55 Summer Hours July/August Monday to Saturday 8:30am - 4:30pm Sunday CLOSED *Office hours will end 30 minutes before the facility closes for the day.

Statutory Holiday Victoria Day Monday, May 20, 2019 12:30-3:30pm Canada Day Monday, July 1, 2019 12:30-3:30pm BC Day Monday, August 5, 2019 12:30-3:30pm The 55 Activity Centre is closed on all statutory holidays

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Registration INFORMATION REGISTRATION INFORMATION

TWO EASY WAYS TO REGISTER...

Some programs fill up quickly so we recommend that you register for all programs early. Please ask to be put on a waitlist if the program you want is full. Programs with low registration may be cancelled before the start date due to insufficient registration. Some programs require you to sign a waiver or medical form prior to participation. Please notify staff of any disability, allergy or other medical conditions before program start dates.

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in person You can visit Brennan Park Recreation Centre or the 55 Activity Centre to register for programs. We accept Visa, Mastercard, Interac, cheque or cash.

online Visit squamishlive.ca to browse and register for programs online. You will need your login ID and PIN to register and pay. If you do not have an account with us, or you forgot your login information please contact Brennan Park Recreation Centre at 604.898.3604. If you have a valid email address linked to your account you can obtain your login information by clicking Forgot My PIN on squamishlive.ca.

2019/2020 REGISTRATION 2019 May 1, 2019 Due to growing numbers, spaces are limited. Come out and enjoy Canada’s game!

WE PROVIDE DEVELOPMENT, RECREATIONAL AND COMPETITIVE HOCKEY FOR ALL AGE GROUPS FROM 5-17 YEARS.


Refund POLICY CREDIT/REFUND POLICY

Credits will be valid for 12 months (1 year) from the date of issue. No refunds or credits will be issued after the 12 month period. An administrative fee of $10 will be charged for refund cheques requested by the client.

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REGULAR PROGRAMS

DAYS

CAMPS, AQUATICS AND SPECIALTY PROGRAMS

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DAYS

Full Refund

A full refund of course registration fees will be issued when a program is cancelled by Recreation Services or a registrant withdraws at least three full calendar days prior to the start of the first class. Refunds will be processed via cheque or credited to your account with recreation services. No refunds to credit or debit cards.

No Refund

No credits or refunds will be issued after the start of the second class unless for medical reasons. A medical certificate is required unless exempted by the Director of Recreation Services. Program materials/manuals are non-refundable.

Partial Refund

Partial refund (fee for first class deducted) of a course registration fee will be issued when a registrant withdraws from a course for any reason less than three full calendar days prior to the start of the first class and up to the start of the second class.

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This includes, but is not limited to the following: Bus trips, Summer Camps, Mountain Bike Camps, Spring Break Camps, Winter Holiday Camps, Pro-D Day Camps, and LEAP Camps, Water Safety Instructor, Standard First Aid, National Lifeguard, Bronze Star, Bronze Medallion, and Bronze Cross.

Full Refund

Full refund of camp registration fees will be issued when registrant withdraws five full calendar days prior to the start date of a camp.

No Refund

No credits or refund will be issued if less than five full calendar days’ notice is given unless for medical reasons. A medical certificate is required unless exempted by the Director of Recreation Services. Materials/manuals are non-refundable

Late Pick Up

Please be on time to pick up your child from camp. There is a $5 charge for the first 15 minutes past the end of the camp. After 15 minutes, the charge is $1 per minute.

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Every kid gets to PLAY! RECREATION ACCESS PASS Participation in recreational activities provides health and social benefits to individuals living within our community. The District of Squamish is committed to providing access to those users where income or costs of participation may be a burden. The Recreation Access Pass is available for individuals who require financial support in order to participate in recreation programs. Participants receive a 50 percent discount on pool and arena admissions. The program also offers discounts on registered programs and swim lessons. Applications are available at the Customer Service desk at Brennan Park Recreation Centre. For full details, please call 604.898.3604 and one our friendly staff will be able to assist you.

ADDITIONAL FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

There are many organizations with the mandate to support kids in amateur and community sports and recreation. Listed below are community based programs that offer additional funding opportunities.

KidSport TM Squamish KidSport believes that no kid should be left on the sidelines and all should be given the opportunity to experience the positive benefits of organized sports. KidSport™ provides support to children in order to remove financial barriers that prevent them from playing organized sport. Website: www.kidsport.ca/bc Facebook: squamishkidsport Athletics for Kids (A4K) The support of A4K is available province-wide for children ages 5 to 18 who are currently enrolled in school. Basic registration fees are paid for a multitude of approved sports, up to an annual maximum of $600 per child (which is considerably higher than other sport funding charities). For additional information please visit: www.a4k.ca.

Jumpstart Canadian Tire Jumpstart is a nationally registered charity dedicated to removing financial barriers so kids across Canada have the opportunity to get off the side lines and into the game. To fill out an application online and for more information please visit www.jumpstart.canadiantire.ca/en Applications can be submitted year round. Please apply well in advance of when registration fees are due to allow for processing time. Funds for approved applications will be paid directly to the service provider/sport organization. Local Sports Groups A number of local sport groups offer funding assistance for families in need. Please inquire with the sport organization your child is interested in participaing in.

KidSport Squamish has funding opportunities available. Now accepting applications online. Apply today! squamish@kidsportcanada.ca

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Summer SPECIAL EVENTS STATUTORY HOLIDAYS

COMMUNITY SPECIAL EVENTS

Victoria Day: Monday, May 20, 2019 Public Swim >> 12:30-3:30pm Public Skate >> 12:30-3:30pm

Children’s Health Fair: Saturday, May 25, 10am-1pm FREE SKATE! 11:30-12:30pm Pirates Swim Meet: Sunday, May 26 Pool is closed to the public

Canada Day: Monday, July 1, 2019 Public Swim >> 12:30-3:30pm

Last day to skate!: Thursday, May 31 BC Bike Race: July 11-13 Campground is closed to the public

B.C. Day: Monday, August 5, 2019 Public Swim >> 12:30-3:30pm

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ARENA/POOL ADMISSIONS Child 5-12y

Youth 13-18y

Student ID Required

Adult 19-64y

Senior 65y +

Family*

Single Admission

$3.25

$4.50

$4.50

$5.75

$4.50

$12.75

Day Pass

$4.50

$6.50

$6.50

$9.00

$6.50

$19.50

10 Visit Card

$26.25

$39.50

$39.50

$52.75

$39.50

$115.50

20 Visit Card

$49.50

$74.50

$74.50

$99.25

$74.50

$218.25

1 Month Membership

$36.75

$55.25

$55.25

$73.50

$55.25

N/A

3 Month Membership

$77.00

$115.50

$115.50

$154.00

$115.50

N/A

1 Year Membership

$220.50

$330.75

$330.75

$441.25

$330.75

N/A

* Family: Up to 2 adults and 4 children/youth

Lock/Towel Rental $3.50 Includes $2.00 deposit.

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Summer Camp INFORMATION REGISTRATION

Register your child in summer camps just like you would any other programs.

WITHDRAWING FROM A DAY/WEEK CAMP

If you choose to withdraw your child from camp, you must notify us five days (Tuesday) prior to the first day of camp (Monday). If you choose to withdraw with less than the required notice or after the camp begins, no refund will be given.

CAMP CANCELLATIONS

In the event of a camp cancellation, you will be notified by phone at least 48 hours prior to the start of the camp. Please ensure we have your correct home and cell phone number on file.

CAMP MEDICAL & WAIVER FORMS

We require a medical form for each summer camp participant. Please arrive 15 minutes early on the first day of camp to fill out medical and waiver forms. These forms are required to ensure the safe participation of your children and are kept with the camp group throughout the week. Forms can be found online, and can be printed and completed prior to the first day of camp.

DROP OFF & PICK UP

The location of your camp will be specified in the camp write up/description/or will be communicated to you in the welcome email.

WHAT TO BRING TO CAMP

A Camp Weekly Notice will be emailed to parents on the Friday prior to the start of camp. Please ensure we have your current email address on file at the customer service desk. Please read the Camp Weekly Notice and send any specific gear required each day. For example, outdoor camps require good walking shoes. For all camps please send: snack, lunch, water bottle, hat, sunscreen, and appropriate outdoor clothing. For mountain biking camps please read the rider/parent handbook that will get emailed one week before camp.

ADVENTURE CAMPS SCHOOL AGE

Children must turn 6 by December 31, 2019 and must be entering grade one in September 2019. Camps for ages 5.5-7y will not be going in the pool due to age restrictions. The weekly camp schedule is subject to change due to inclement weather. Mountain Biking Camps No age exceptions. Children must be six years old by the start of the camp.

Late Pick Up! Please be on time to pick up your child from camp. There is $5 charge for the first 15 minutes past the end of the camp. After 15 minutes, the charge is $1 per minute.

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ParentANDTot Please Note... All gymnastics participants are required to complete and submit Gymnastics BC membership forms and waivers prior to participating. Drop-in’s may have one trial before paying the annual membership fee. FAMILY GYMNASTICS OPEN GYM

PARENT & TOT GYMNASTICS A Gymnastics BC membership is required prior to registration. No unregistered siblings permitted in the gym area with the exception of babies in strollers or carriers. Drop-in spots available if space permits. 1-3y This class includes 15 minutes of free time to explore the gym, followed by circle time, stretching and instructor-directed circuits including bars, beam, vault and mini-trampoline. Adult participation required. For approval of participants under 12m, please contact squamishgymnastics@hotmail.com. Stawamus Chief Activity Room Squamish Gymnastics Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 22-Jul 26 $48.75 (5 sessions) 40263 9:45-10:30am

This is a supervised, non-instructional gym time for families who want to explore the gym together. Arms length adult supervision is required for children 6m-6y and children 7-12y must be in sight of parents at all times. Participants are expected to use equipment in a safe and responsible manner and show respect for other participants. For the safety of all, no flips permitted during open gym. Program will run subject to adequate pre-registration. Stawamus Chief Activity Room Squamish Gymnastics

Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 29-Aug 2 $48.75 (5 sessions) 40269 10:45-11:30am

6m-6y Monday/Wednesday/Friday Jul 29, 31-Aug 2 $27 (3 sessions) 40277 9:30-10:30am

Books and Babies:

Newborn - 18 months. A 30 minute program featuring stories, songs and nursery rhymes. MONDAYS 11:30 a.m. WEDNESDAYS 12:30 p.m.

Storytime

6m-12y Monday/Wednesday/Friday Jul 22,24,26 $27 (3 sessions) 40265 4:00-5:00pm

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A Gymnastics BC membership is required prior to registration. No unregistered siblings permitted in the gym area with the exception of babies in strollers or carriers. 12 drop-in spots available for $10.

Time with Tots:

18 months - 2 years. Toddlers and their caregivers are invited to join a fun-filled half-hour of stories, songs and lots of active movement. MONDAYS 10:30 a.m.

Preschool Storytime: 3 - 5 years.

Join us for songs and stories that will inspire an interest in books for any preschooler. This storytime will have more books and less movement and is intended for children who are at least 3 years old. FRIDAYS 11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

Family Storytime: All ages.

Join us for a half hour of stories and songs. Children of all ages and their caregivers are welcome to drop in! WEDNESDAYS 11:30 a.m. FRIDAYS 10:30 a.m. SATURDAYS 10:30 a.m.

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Preschool AGE PRESCHOOL AGE CAMPS Campers will be going outside daily, rain or shine. Please send them with appropriate clothing that can be worn outside and get dirty; hats, sunscreen, rain jacket and boots.

LEAP

Drop-in spots available for $18 per day, if space permits. Discounts apply to families registering more than one child in the same family. Please note this program requires a minimum number of registrants to run. 3-5y The Learning through Exploration, Activity and Play program focuses on FUNdamental movement skills, physical activity, socialization and learning through recreation and exploration in a safe and cooperative environment. LEAP will provide children with an opportunity to be physically active and develop their movement skills while taking part in a variety of activities in different environments, supporting their growth and development. The goal of this program is to instill healthy habits, behaviours and confidence in children at a young age and to develop interests in physical activities and creative endeavours that will promote healthy living. Children must be three years of age and toilet trained. Brennan Park Staff

SPARK YOUR IMAGINATION

Let’s see where the fun takes us this week as we unleash your creative side through stories, art and dress-up exploration. Tantalus Activity Room Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 2-Jul 5 $64 (4 sessions) 39938 9:00-11:00am

UNDER THE SEA Campers will be going swimming each day. Pick up will be on the pool deck each day at 11:00am.

ANIMALS BIG AND SMALL

From ladybugs to lions, from butterflies to bears, your little animal lover will enjoy learning and exploring all aspects of the animal kingdom in and around Brennan Park. Tantalus Activity Room Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 15-Jul 19 $80 (5 sessions) 39939 9:00-11:00am

OUTDOOR EXPLORERS Campers will be going swimming each day. Pick up will be on the pool deck each day at 11:00am.

Seashells, Starfish, and Song! Your child will love to ‘catch a wave’ with our team to learn about ocean animals and their environments. Tantalus Activity Room

Let’s explore the forest, fields and trails around Brennan Park and learn about nature through fun games and activities. Tantalus Activity Room

Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 8-Jul 12 $80 (5 sessions) 39937 9:00-11:00am

Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 22-Jul 26 $80 (5 sessions) 39940 9:00-11:00am

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Preschool AGE KITCHEN HELPERS

Work up an appetite with active games and movement skills. Then head to the kitchen to learn about fun foods and simple snacks you can make at home. Black Tusk Activity Room Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 29-Aug 2 $80 (5 sessions) 39941 9:00-11:00am

IT’S A BUG’S LIFE Campers will be going swimming each day. Pick up will be on the pool deck each day at 11:00am. Participants will move and play while checking out what hides under rocks, in leaves and everywhere else in nature. Tantalus Activity Room Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 6-Aug 9 $64 (4 sessions) 39942 9:00-11:00am

T-REX TREKKERS Campers will be going swimming each day. Pick up will be on the pool deck each day at 11:00am. In this session, we’ll be trekking back in time to trace the tracks of the T-Rex and other dinosaurs. Your budding paleontologists will love to explore the world of dinosaurs with us. Tantalus Activity Room Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 19-Aug 23 $80 (5 sessions) 39944 9:00-11:00am

MAD SCIENTISTS

If your child likes experimenting, then this session is for you. Participants will be trying out a variety of experiments with nature and food. Tantalus Activity Room Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 26-Aug 30 $80 (5 sessions) 39945 9:00-11:00am

IN THE GARDEN

Bugs, grubs and plants! This week is all about the garden and what your little one might find when digging in the dirt! Tantalus Activity Room Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 12-Aug 16 $80 (5 sessions) 39943 9:00-11:00am

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Preschool AGE GYMNASTICS

FAMILY GYMNASTICS OPEN GYM

A Gymnastics BC membership is required prior to registration.

A Gymnastics BC membership is required prior to registration. No unregistered siblings permitted in the gym area with the exception of babies in strollers or carriers. 12 drop-in spots available for $10.

This circuit-based program provides a safe and fun environment for preschoolers to develop social skills, spatial awareness, gymnastics fundamentals and an awareness of the dominant movement patterns of sport including landing, locomotion, rotation, swing, balance, and spring. Stawamus Chief Activity Room 4-6y Preschool/Kinder Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 22-Jul 26 $65 (5 sessions) 40279 10:30am-11:30pm Squamish Gymnastics

FREESTYLE/PARKOUR GYMNASTICS A Gymnastics BC membership is required prior to registration. A fun, circuit-based, parkour-style program with less emphasis on traditional gymnastics and more emphasis on fluid and spontaneous movement, safe landing techniques and the development of agility and spatial awareness. This class is awesome for both girls and boys and is a great compliment to other sports. Stawamus Chief Activity Room 4-6y Preschool/Kinder Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 29-Aug 2 $65 (5 sessions) 40285 12:00-1:00pm Squamish Gymnastics

UNICORN, FAIRY AND MAGICAL CREATURE CAMP

3-6y In this fun and artistic mini-camp students will learn to use their imaginations to create and become their own magical fairytale creatures like unicorns, fairies, princesses, dragons and knights. Dancing, singing, crafting and imagination games will all be used to create a magical world where students will bring to life their favourite mystical fantasies. Students will look forward to showing off their progress on the last day of camp in a fun performance. Black Tusk Activity Room Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 6-Aug 9 $150 (4 sessions) 40273 9:00am-12:00pm Act Alive

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This is a supervised, non-instructional gym time for families who want to explore the gym together. Arms length adult supervision is required for children 6m-6y and children 7-12y must be in sight of parents at all time. Participants are expected to use equipment in a safe and responsible manner and show respect for other participants. For the safety of all, no flips permitted during open gym. Program will run subject to adequate pre-registration. Stawamus Chief Activity Room 6m-12y Monday/Wednesday/Friday Jul 22, 24, 26 $27 (3 sessions) 40265 4:00-5:00pm 6m-6y Monday/Wednesday/Friday Jul 29, 31Aug 2 $27 (3 sessions) 40277 9:30-10:30am Squamish Gymnastics

EXPRESSIVE ARTS CAMP

3-6y In this camp students will play imagination games, create art pieces, dance, practice yoga, and so much more! Each day will include different fun and creative activities that will allow kids to deepen their connection to themselves and nature. Students will be supported in creating expressive art pieces and in finding their own unique gifts and talents. Participants will come away with a stronger sense of self after taking part in this engaging, creative and thought provoking week of fun. Black Tusk Activity Room Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 26-Aug 30 $180 (5 sessions) 40274 9:00am-12:00pm Act Alive


Preschool AGE PETIT PERFORMERS

4-6y Is your little musician ready for more? Look no further! This camp provides a fun and inspiring introduction to early musicianship. Children will have the opportunity to explore drum kits, electric guitars, glockenspiels, violins and more! Led by Ms. Janna, an Early Childhood Educator and Montessori-trained Music Specialist, camp goers will explore rhythm and notation through fun and exploratory activities. We will also create a beautiful, quality craft inspired by a different composer each day. A small performance will take place at the end of the session where the children can perform for family and friends. See you there! Black Tusk Activity Room Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 15-Jul 19 $218 (5 sessions) 40260 9:15am-12:15pm Janna Kalmakoff

LITTLE MUSIC ADVENTURERS

4-6y Get ready for a musical adventure! Little Music Adventurers is a one-of-a-kind camp that connects music, nature, and art. Led by Ms. Janna, an Early Childhood Educator and Montessori-trained Music Specialist, the camps will focus on a different forest animal each day - foxes, owls, raccoons, and more! Campers will create a unique and beautiful craft each day based upon each animal, as well as explore an inspired repertoire of songs, stories, and games through a variety of musical instruments such as drums, fruit shakers, scarves, xylophones, and many more! Our campers will enjoy our music classes and free play in the great outdoors each day (weather permitting). This is an adventure your children are sure to love! Tantalus Activity Room Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 29-Aug 2 $218 (5 sessions) 40258 9:15am-12:15pm Janna Kalmakoff

TENNIS CAMPS TENNIS

4-6y Join us to meet new friends, play games and get a great introduction to the sport! Children will learn tennis and coordination skills with a fun instructor. Tennis Courts Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 15-Jul 19 $90 (5 sessions) 40287 12:00-1:00pm Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 19-Aug 23 $90 (5 sessions) 40288 12:00-1:00pm Tennis XL

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SUMMER CAMPS 2019 Are you ready to make a real difference to your child's learning this summer? Do you want them to return to school with a smile on their face and more ready to take on the school year than ever before? Let your child’s love of learning flourish with our outdoor, practical and engaging summer camps for 2019! 'My children have been with Hazel Tutoring for over six months now. They have progressed hugely both in ability, understanding and also enjoyment due to the innovative and unique methods Matt uses to break down barriers and make learning more fun and memorable. Matt's summer camps will be diverse, great fun and a fantastic way to give our kids a strong start in September' - Jules Hudson (Coast Mountain Academy Parent)

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Summer Camp SUMMARY DATE

AGE

CAMP NAME

COST

CODE

SESSIONS

Full day camps from 8:45 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday to Friday, excluding holidays.

July 2-5

July 8-12

July 15-19

July 22-26

July 29-Aug 2

Aug 6-9

Aug 12-16

Aug 19-23

Aug 26-30

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5.5-7y

Treasure Hunters

$195

39957

4

7-9y

Adventurous Nature Seekers

$220

39959

4

8-12y

Swim, Bike & Hike

$215

39958

4

11-13y

Rec Leadership

$280

39980

4

5.5-7y

Water World

$225

39961

5

7-9y

Sand, Sea, & Science

$225

39962

5

8-12y

Ropes, Rocks, & Climbing

$335

39960

5

5.5-7y

Nature Chasers

$225

39964

5

7-9y

Outdoor Explorers

$225

39965

5

8-12y

Beach Week

$270

39963

5

5.5-7y

Beat the Heat

$220

39967

5

7-9y

Nature Seekers

$260

39966

5

8-12y

Sea to Sky Adventures

$335

39968

5

5.5-7y

Crawly Critters

$220

39970

5

7-9y

Let’s Get Messy!

$220

40237

5

8-12y

Adventure Enthusiasts

$305

39971

5

5.5-7y

Wind & Sea Adventures

$195

39972

4

7-9y

Swim, Bike, Hike Adventures

$270

39973

4

8-12y

Ropes, Rocks & Climbing

$265

39974

4

5.5-7y

Sea to Sky Explorers

$225

39975

5

7-9y

Squamish Explorers

$225

39976

5

8-12y

Outdoor Explorers

$285

39979

5

5.5-7y

We've Got Game

$270

39977

5

7-9y

Sports of All Sorts

$230

39969

5

8-12y

Sports Stars

$220

39978

5

5.5-7y

Let’s Get Messy!

$225

39994

5

7-9y

Active Adventures

$255

40238

5

8-12y

Reach for the Sky

$300

39993

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Summer Camp SUMMARY DATE

AGE

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COST

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Full day camps from 8:45 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday to Friday, excluding holidays. 4-6y

Petit Performers

$218

40260

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A Variety of Tennis Camps July 15-19

July 22-26

5-10y

Bricks for Kids: Mining & Crafting I

$175

40241

5

5-10y

Bricks for Kids: Galaxy Far Away

$175

40242

5

7-12y

Acting, Improvisation, & Activity

$320

40267

5

5-7y

Shake & Bake

$218

40300

5

7-12y

Popstar Academy

$320

40268

5

$218

40258

5

A Variety of Gymnastic Camps 4-6y July 29-Aug 2

Aug 6-9

Aug 12-16

Little Music Adventurers A Variety of Gymnastic Camps

6-12y

Expressive Arts

$320

40270

5

3-6y

Unicorn, Fairy & Magical Creature

$150

40273

4

5-6y

Dancing Superheroes

$195

40301

5

5-9y

Unicorn Fairy & Magical Creature

$320

40271

5

5-10y

Bricks for Kids: Mining & Crafting II

$175

40243

5

5-10y

Bricks for Kids: Classic Arcade Brick Adventures

$175

40244

5

A Variety of Tennis Camps Aug 19-23

Aug 26-30

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7-10y

DancePl3y Adventure

$335

40302

5

7-12y

Stand-Up Comedy, Acting & Scriptwriting

$320

40272

5

3-6y

Expressive Arts

$180

40274

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MONDAY JULY 1 - NO SUMMER CAMPS!

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School AGE ADVENTURE CAMPS

Withdrawal policy: Withdrawal must happen by end of day, five days prior to the first day of camp in order to be eligible for a refund/credit. Children must turn six by December 31, 2019 and must be entering grade one in September 2019.

TREASURE HUNTERS

5.5-7y This week we are searching for treasure! Come discover how to use a treasure map and follow clues to find the reward. One day we will be going to Britannia Mines and panning for gold. Campers will spend an afternoon at a local lake and have the opportunity to try geocaching at local hot spots! Stawamus Chief Second Peak Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 2-Jul 5 $195 (4 sessions) 39957 8:45am-4:45pm

ADVENTUROUS NATURE SEEKERS

7-9y Join us for a mountain bike ride, complete the low ropes course at Evans Lake, explore forested trails and spend an afternoon in the pool. All campers must be able to ride without training wheels. Bikes must be in good working condition and properly fitted helmets are required. Stawamus Chief First Peak Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 2-Jul 5 $220 (4 sessions) 39959 8:45am-4:45pm

SWIM, BIKE AND HIKE

8-12y This week campers will take out their bikes and explore a couple of local trails, dust off their runners and make new discoveries along the way! Campers will spend one day climbing with Squamish Rock Guides and one day visiting a local lake. All campers must be able to ride without training wheels. Bikes must be in good working order and properly fitted helmets are required. Dry Slab Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 2-Jul 5 $215 (4 sessions) 39958 8:45am-4:45pm

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RECREATION LEADERSHIP CAMP

11-13y Kick start your child’s summer learning with this certificationpacked camp. Successful campers will become certified in both Babysitter Training and Bronze Star. They will obtain leadership skills in a fun, safe environment and will take part in activities, games, and swimming throughout the week. Garibaldi Meeting Room Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 2-Jul 5 $280 (4 sessions) 39980 8:45am-4:45pm

WATER WORLD

5.5-7y This week is all about water! We will be visiting local lakes and Whistler’s Outdoor Water Park. Come enjoy a visit from the Vancouver Aquarium Aquavan, plenty of shoreline exploring, slip ‘n’ sliding and water games with new friends and awesome camp leaders. You won’t want to miss this fun camp! Black Tusk Activity Room Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 8-Jul 12 $225 (5 sessions) 39961 8:45am-4:45pm

SAND, SEA AND SCIENCE

7-9y Join us for a visit from the Vancouver Aquarium Aquavan, explore local shorelines, swim in the pool and try lots of fun experiments. Your child will have such a good time they won’t even realize how much they are learning! Stawamus Chief First Peak Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 8-Jul 12 $225 (5 sessions) 39962 8:45am-4:45pm

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Adventure CAMPS ROPES, ROCKS, CLIMBING (JULY)

8-12y Harness? Check! Rope? Check! Climb on! This week we’re scaling walls and reaching new heights. Don’t forget to pack your bathing suit for a celebratory dip in the pool after reaching the top. Campers will have two days climbing outdoors with Squamish Rock Guides and one day exploring the high ropes course at Rope Runner Adventures. Please ensure all waivers are completed prior to the start of camp. Dry Slab Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 8-Jul 12 $335 (5 sessions) 39960 8:45am-4:45pm

BEACH WEEK

8-12y This week is all about water! We will be visiting local lakes and swimming in the pool. Campers will love exploring shorelines, swimming and have a paddling session at Evans Lake. There will also be plenty of time to play water games with their new friends and awesome camp leaders! Dry Slab Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 15-Jul 19 $270 (5 sessions) 39963 8:45am-4:45pm

OUTDOOR EXPLORERS

Trampoline + Skateboard We are a progressive freestyle training centre

Trampolines plus action equipment such as tramp bike/ skis/boards. Skateboard mini ramp and outside skate features. It’s a lively, fun and energetic experience. Open 7 days a week, 3 y/o to Adult, beginner to professionals.

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Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 15-Jul 19 $225 (5 sessions) 39965 8:45am-4:45pm

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Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 15-Jul 19 $225 (5 sessions) 39964 8:45am-4:45pm

NATURE CHASERS

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5.5-7y Join us for a mountain bike ride, take a trip up the Sea to Sky Gondola and swim in the outdoors. All campers must be able to ride without training wheels. Bikes that are in good working condition and properly fitted helmets are required. Stawamus Chief First Peak

7-9y This week campers will take a ride up the Sea to Sky Gondola, explore forested trails and enjoy a mountain bike ride! Campers will enjoy adventures with their new friends and their awesome camp leaders! All campers must be able to ride without training wheels. Bikes must be in good working order and properly fitted helmets are required. Dry Slab


School AGE BEAT THE HEAT

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5.5-7y This week campers will cool down at the Whistler Water Park, slide down the Slip ‘n’ Slide, take a dip in a local lake, and engage in fun water games with their new friends and awesome leaders. Dry Slab Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 22-Jul 26 $220 (5 sessions) 39967 8:45am-4:45pm

NATURE SEEKERS

7-9y This camp will be full of fun with nature activities. Get ready to hike, bike, climb and swim in some of Squamish’s beautiful surroundings. Campers will spend one day climbing outdoors with Squamish Rock Guides. They will also learn some awesome survival skills and play outdoor leadership games! Bikes must be in good working order and properly fitted helmets are required for a ride on a local trail. Garibaldi Meeting Room Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 22-Jul 26 $260 (5 sessions) 39966 8:45am-4:45pm

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Adventure CAMPS SEA TO SKY ADVENTURES

8-12y This week campers will explore all places between the Sea and the Sky! We’ll take our bikes for a ride, learn how to canoe at Evans Lake, climb outdoors with Squamish Rock Guides and complete the high ropes course at Rope Runner Adventures! Campers will enjoy making new friends and spending time with our awesome camp leaders! Dry Slab Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 22-Jul 26 $335 (5 sessions) 39968 8:45am-4:45pm

CRAWLY CRITTERS

5.5-7y This week campers will search high and low for signs of critter activity in the Sea to Sky area! Other camp activities will include themed crafts and games, and a day at the lake. Don’t miss out on this camp, it will be sure to please! Dry Slab Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 29-Aug 2 $220 (5 sessions) 39970 8:45am-4:45pm

LET’S GET MESSY!

7-9y This week is full of fun with art, food, and science. Take part in a variety of projects and active games each day. Enjoy getting dirty outside and getting wet in the pool as well. Garibaldi Meeting Room Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 29-Aug 2 $220 (5 sessions) 40237 8:45am-4:45pm

ADVENTURE ENTHUSIASTS

8-12y This week campers will learn how to climb with Squamish Rock Guides, explore forested trails, practice archery at Evans Lake, go swimming and enjoy a mountain bike ride! Campers will enjoy adventures with their new friends and their awesome camp leaders! Bikes that are in good working order and properly fitted helmets are required. Dry Slab

WIND AND SEA ADVENTURES

5.5-7y The term Squamish means ‘Mother of the Wind, People of the Sacred Water’. In keeping with the definition, campers will visit a local lake, explore Porteau Cove, play games and take a tour up the Sea to Sky Gondola. Stawamus Chief Second Peak Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 6-Aug 9 $195 (4 sessions) 39972 8:45am-4:45pm

SWIM, BIKE AND HIKE ADVENTURES

7-9y This week campers will take out their bikes and explore a couple of local trails. Dust off your runners and find out what is hiding in the bushes and around a local lake. We will also spend a session climbing with Squamish Rock Guides and a day hiking at Evan’s Lake. All campers must be able to ride without training wheels. Bikes must be in good working order and properly fitted helmets are required. Stawamus Chief First Peak Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 6-Aug 9 $270 (4 sessions) 39973 8:45am-4:45pm

ROPES, ROCKS AND CLIMBING

8-12y Harness? Check! Rope? Check! Climb on! This week we’re scaling walls and reaching new heights. Don’t forget to pack your bathing suit for a celebratory dip after reaching the top. Campers will have two days climbing outdoors with Squamish Rock Guides, spend a day at a local lake as well as spend an afternoon in the pool. Please ensure all waivers are completed prior to the start of camp. Garibaldi Meeting Room Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 6-Aug 9 $265 (4 sessions) 39974 8:45am-4:45pm

Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 29-Aug 2 $305 (5 sessions) 39971 8:45am-4:45pm

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Adventure CAMPS SEA TO SKY EXPLORERS

5.5-7y Campers will explore all places between the Sea and the Sky! We will climb aboard the Sea to Sky Gondola, take a trip down to Porteau Cove, visit a local lake and hike the beautiful Estuary trails. This camp will surely satisfy your Explorer’s appetite for adventure. Black Tusk Activity Room Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 12-Aug 16 $225 (5 sessions) 39975 8:45am-4:45pm

SQUAMISH EXPLORERS

7-9y Learn about Squamish culture and heritage and your surrounding environment, while taking part in a variety of adventurous activities. Explorers will climb aboard the Sea to Sky Gondola, hike the beautiful Estuary trails and swim at a local lake. Stawamus Chief Second Peak Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 12-Aug 16 $225 (5 sessions) 39976 8:45am-4:45pm

OUTDOOR EXPLORERS

8-12y This week we will take our bikes out for a ride, head up to Evans Lake for rock climbing, take a trip up the Sea to Sky Gondola and explore forested trails, and take a dip in the outdoors at a local lake! All campers must be able to ride without training wheels. Bikes that are in good working order and properly fitted helmets are required. Stawamus Chief First Peak Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 12-Aug 16 $285 (5 sessions) 39979 8:45am-4:45pm

WE’VE GOT GAME

5.5-7y Come and test your running, jumping, swinging, kicking and throwing skills. This action-packed camp is full of sports that are appropriate for all skill levels. Campers will have a chance to work on their fundamental movement skills while making new friends, working together and taking part in a variety of sports. Campers will also spend a day at Whistler’s Outdoor Water Park, a day on the low ropes course at Evans lake, and an afternoon at a local lake, so don’t forget your bathing suit and towel. Stawamus Chief First Peak Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 19-Aug 23 $270 (5 sessions) 39977 8:45am-4:45pm

SPORTS OF ALL SORTS!

7-9y Join us for an action-packed week of soccer, swimming, relay races, and much more. This camp is appropriate for all ability levels. Campers will have a chance to work on their fundamental movement skills while making new friends and working together! Don’t forget your bathing suit to cool off after playing hard! Campers will spend one morning at Airhouse, one afternoon in the pool, and one day at a local lake. Garibaldi Meeting Room Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 19-Aug 23 $230 (5 sessions) 39969 8:45am-4:45pm

SPORTS STARS

8-12y Get ready to run, jump, swing, kick and throw! Everyone is a sports star this week! Campers will have a chance to work on their fundamental movement skills while making new friends, working together and taking part in a variety of sports. Don’t forget your bathing suit to cool off after playing hard! Stawamus Chief Second Peak Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 19-Aug 23 $220 (5 sessions) 39978 8:45am-4:45pm

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Tennis CAMPS LET’S GET MESSY!

REACH FOR THE SKY

5.5-7y This week is full of fun with art, food, and science. Welcome a visit from the Vancouver Aquarium Aquavan and take part in a variety of projects and active games each day. Enjoy getting dirty outside and getting wet in a local lake. Black Tusk Activity Room

8-12y This week we will reach new heights when we visit Rope Runner, Airhouse, and GroundUp climbing gym! Campers will also spend an afternoon swimming in the pool and visiting a local lake. Stawamus Chief Second Peak

Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 26-Aug 30 $225 (5 sessions) 39994 8:45am-4:45pm

Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 26-Aug 30 $300 (5 sessions) 39993 8:45am-4:45pm

ACTIVE ADVENTURES

TENNIS SCHOOL AGE BEGINNER/INTERMEDIATE

7-9y This week is all about movement, both indoors and out. Campers will spend an afternoon at GroundUp climbing gym, enjoy a visit from the Vancouver Aquarium Aquavan, play sports in the gym, and hike some easy local trails. Stawamus Chief First Peak

7-12y This camp will focus on rally skills, ground strokes, net skills and returns. There will be a lot of individual and group games with ball or rackets and FUN! Tennis Courts

Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 26-Aug 30 $255 (5 sessions) 40238 8:45am-4:45pm

Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 15-Jul 19 $160 (5 sessions) 40281 9:00am-12:00pm Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 19-Aug 23 $160 (5 sessions) 40283 9:00am-12:00pm Tennis XL

SPORT SUMMER CAMPS This summer, join Whistler Sport Legacies’ new active summer day camps, filled with quality multi-sport programming and unique experiences you can’t find anywhere else!

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Olympic-inspired activities such as summer biathlon, roller luge, roller blading, archery, sailing, disc golf, ultimate frisbee as well as hiking and games, designed to develop and improve physical literacy.

4-Day Multi-Sport Summer Camp > Girls and boys going into grades 2–7 > August 6 to 9, 2019 (8:30am to 3:00pm) > $250 for 4-day camp; $70 for a single day

Olympic Mondays Summer Day Camps > Girls and boys going into grades 6-9 > 6 Mondays, July 15 to August 26, 2019 (8:30am to 3:00pm) > $350 for all six camp Mondays; $70 for single day

Includes transportation within Whistler!

www.whistlersportlegacies.com/youthprograms


Performing Arts CAMPS PERFORMING ARTS CAMPS ACTING, IMPROVISATION AND ACTIVITY CAMP

7-12y This camp is non-stop fun fest and is led by Nathan Kelly who is a Vancouver comedian, improviser, actor and experienced acting instructor. Acting games galore, improvisation, script writing, set creation, character building and fun outdoor games are only a little of what’s in store for this action-packed week. In this camp kids will make new friends, learn new skills and have a blast while putting together a silly and hilarious show to perform on the last day of camp. Join us and make memories to last a lifetime! Stawamus Chief Second Peak Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 15-Jul 19 $320 (5 sessions) 40267 9:00am-3:00pm Act Alive

SHAKE AND BAKE

5-7y This one-of-a-kind camp combines music and the culinary arts! Led by Ms. Janna, an Early Childhood Educator and Montessori-trained Music Specialist, children will explore an inspired week of music exploration and cooking fun! Each day, children will make a new culinary creation - personal pizzas, creative cake pops, and more! - while exploring a unique repertoire of songs based on our culinary theme using drums, fruit and veggie shakers, scarves, parachutes and more! Your little chefs will enjoy their music classes and free play in the great outdoors (weather permitting). We can’t wait for this fun-filled week of baking and music making! Black Tusk Room Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 22-Jul 26 $218 (5 sessions) 40300 9:15am-12:15pm Janna Kalmakoff

POPSTAR ACADEMY CAMP

7-12y Come and learn what it takes to become a triple threat like your favourite stars and musicians! In this camp kids will have fun working to learn the choreography, songs and skills they need to put on a sensational show, while making friends and having a blast. The week will end in an exciting costumed performance where participants will get to shine like the stars they love and admire. TBA Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 22-Jul 26 $320 (5 sessions) 40268 9:00am-3:00pm Act Alive

EXPRESSIVE ARTS CAMP

6-12y In this camp students will play acting games, create art pieces, dance, practice yoga, and so much more! Each day will include different fun and creative activities that will allow kids to deepen their connection to themselves and nature. Students will be supported in creating an expressive arts piece using their own unique gifts and talents that they will share in a confidence building performance on the last day of camp. Participants will come away with a stronger sense of self after taking part in this engaging, creative and thought provoking week of fun. TBA Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 29-Aug 2 $320 (5 sessions) 40270 9:00am-3:00pm Act Alive

DANCING SUPERHEROES CAMP

5-6y Super Girl is inviting her strong and positive superhero friends to dress up and dance in a world of imagination, storytelling, and movement. Superheroes will create their own superhero based on making positive change in our world. Together they will dance in an interactive story about teamwork, compassion and positive change. Participants make their capes, supplies provided. Performance is on the final day for friends and family. Bring snack, water and activewear clothing. Tantalus Activity Room Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 12-Aug 16 $195 (5 sessions) 40301 1:00-4:00pm Ashlee Davidson

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School AGE UNICORN, FAIRY AND MAGICAL CREATURES CAMP

5-9y In this fun and artistic mini-camp students will learn to use their imaginations to create and become their own magical fairytale creatures like unicorns, fairies, princesses, dragons and knights. Dancing, singing, crafting and imagination games will all be used to create a magical world where students will bring to life their favourite mystical fantasies. Students will look forward to showing off their progress on the last day of camp in a fun performance. TBA Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 12-Aug 16 $320 (5 sessions) 40271 9:00am-3:00pm Act Alive

DANCEPL3Y AND ADVENTURE CAMP

7-10y Express yourself through dance, music, art, journaling and adventure! Kids will learn ‘DancePl3y’ a world leading physical literacy and positive leadership program exploring hip hop, jazz, Latin, Bollywood and funk genres. Have a blast in this interactive class based on the three rules of Pl3y; Be Fun, Be Positive and Be Yourself! Campers starts the day with dance, then adventure to new activities including a beach day, Sea to Sky Gondola, art and photography. Perfomance on final day. TBA Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 19-Aug 23 $335 (5 sessions) 40302 9:00am-4:00pm Ashlee Davidson

STAND-UP COMEDY, ACTING AND SCRIPTWRITING

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7-12y Learn to use your unique world perspective to write jokes and comedy sketches in this fun and hilarious camp, led by Vancouver actor and comedian Nate Kelly. Nate will use his years of experience performing and teaching to lead a unique and introspective week of fun that will be affected and crafted by the students who attend it. Each student will get the opportunity to perform in and write unique works of comedy to be performed on the last day of camp. Black Tusk Activity Room Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 19-Aug 23 $320 (5 sessions) 40272 9:00am-3:00pm Act Alive

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www.squamishyouthrugby.com Mini-Rugby for Boys and Girls Grades 2-7. 2-7 Starting September 2019 Mini-Rugby for Boys and Girls grades starting Sept. 2017

Multi-Sport Camp:

Hoppers Multi-Sport Jump Camp:

Ages: Time: Cost: Dates:

Ages: Time: Cost: Dates:

8-12yrs 9am-4pm, Mon to Fri $290/wk ($240 for 4 day/wk) July 2-5, 8-12, 22-26, July 29-Aug 2, Aug12-16

10-14yrs 9am-4pm, Mon to Fri $345/wk Aug 19-23

Join us at the Squamish Legacy Sports Park. Learn new Skills – have fun. Sea To Sky Nordics will be offering Multi-Sport Summer Camps and new this year, Hoppers Multi-Sport Jump Camp. Biathlon – ski jumping – disc golf – hiking and exploring – swimming – camp craft – rollerblading – climbing/rappelling – games and more...

https://zone4.ca/register.asp?id=21164 www.seatoskynordics.ca | info@seatoskynordics.ca


School AGE BRICKS 4 KIDZ

Designed and created by teachers, architects and engineering professionals, our hands-on S.T.E.M. curriculum introduces children to concepts of engineering, architecture and mechanics using LEGO® bricks. Children will develop problem solving skills and foster teamwork as they work on one of our exciting proprietary motorized models. Each session offers a different build from one of our many themes.

CLASSIC ARCADE BRICK ADVENTURES

5-10y Jump into the world of classic arcade and video games! Eat flashing dots, collect coins and rings, avoid getting killed by enemies. Let’s take it back to when it all started, the 1980’s! That was the time of 8bit and 16bit technology and classic appearance of games. Campers will build the famous plumber brothers, a Brick Eater, a jumping hedgehog, alien invaders and more! Garibaldi Meeting Room Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 12-Aug 16 $175 (5 sessions) 40244 1:00-4:00pm Ryan Donohue

GALAXY FAR AWAY SPACE CAMP

5-10y Join us on an adventurous journey through space! Build the Redstone Rocket to blast through the atmosphere into a realm that is truly out of this world. Travel back in time to build NASA’s Gemni Capsule. Trust your astronaut’s building skills to pilot a spacecraft that will bring you back to Earth safely. We’ll build motorized models that represent spacecraft from your favourite popular space movie. Come experience this stellar journey to a galaxy far, far away! Garibaldi Meeting Room Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 15-Jul 19 $175 (5 sessions) 40242 1:00-4:00pm Ryan Donohue

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MINING AND CRAFTING I

5-10y Get away from the screen and experience the world of Minecraft with LEGO® bricks in this creative camp! Kids will begin by crafting their shelters and some of the mobs, critters and tools using traditional bricks and mosaic builds. Campers will face new challenges each day, building motorized Bricks 4 Kidz models and crafting key elements from the popular game. Garibaldi Meeting Room Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 15-Jul 19 $175 (5 sessions) 40241 9:00am-12:00pm Ryan Donohue

MINING AND CRAFTING II

5-10y Steve is jumping for joy as he introduces the newest members of his Minecraft®world. Whether or not your child has attended our first Mining and Crafting camp, reward them with the creativity and excitement this camp has to offer! Campers will be challenged to bring their virtual designs to life by building new mob figures, mosaics and custom models, all incorporating LEGO® bricks! So, are you ready for the challenge? Garibaldi Meeting Room Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 12-Aug 16 $175 (5 sessions) 40243 9:00am-12:00pm Ryan Donohue


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Gymnastics ACHIEVEMENT GYMNASTICS

A Gymnastics BC membership is required prior to registration. Gymnastics is a key foundation sport for both genders of any age and ability and provides the building blocks necessary for development in all sports. Learn and develop dominant movement patterns with an emphasis on fun, fitness and fundamental gymnastics skills. Stawamus Chief Activity Room Squamish Gymnastics

PRESCHOOL /KINDER

4-6y Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 22-Jul 26 $65 (5 sessions) 40279 10:30am-11:30pm Squamish Gymnastics

BEGINNER GYMNASTICS RED, TAN, BRONZE

6-9y Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 22-Jul 26 $95 (5 sessions) 40289 11:30-1:00pm

INTERMEDIATE GYMNASTICS PURPLE, BLUE

7-12y Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 22-Jul 26 $130 (5 sessions) 40290 2:00-4:00pm

ADVANCED GYMNASTICS TURQUOISE TO GOLD

7-15y Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 22-Jul 26 $130 (5 sessions) 40291 2:00-4:00pm

CIRCUS ARTS/ACRO A Gymnastics BC membership is required prior to registration. 7-12y An introduction to gymnastics based creative Circus Arts including acrobatics, balancing skills, object manipulation, individual and group performance development. Stawamus Chief Activity Room Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 29-Aug 2 $95.00 (5 sessions) 40294 1:00-2:30pm Squamish Gymnastics

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FREESTYLE/PARKOUR GYMNASTICS A Gymnastics BC membership is required prior to registration. A circuit-based, parkour-style gymnastics program with less emphasis on traditional gymnastics and more emphasis on fluid and spontaneous movement, safe and precision landing techniques and the development of agility and spatial awareness in flight. This class is awesome for both girls and boys and is a great dry-land training option for other freestyle sports such as skiing, snowboarding, skateboarding and biking. Stawamus Chief Activity Room 4-6y Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 29-Aug 2 $65 (5 sessions) 40285 12:00am-1:00pm 7-12y Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 29-Aug 2 $95 (5 sessions) 40295 1:00-2:30pm Squamish Gymnastics

FAMILY GYMNASTICS OPEN GYM A Gymnastics BC membership is required prior to registration. All drop-ins are required to complete GBC membership forms and waivers, but may have one trial drop-in before paying the annual membership fee. 12 drop-in spots available for $10. This is a supervised, non-instructional gym time for families who want to explore the gym together. Arms length adult supervision is required for children 6m-6y and children 7-12y must be in sight of parents at all time. Participants are expected to use equipment in a safe and responsible manner and show respect for other participants. For the safety of all, no flips permitted during open gym. Stawamus Chief Activity Room 6m-12y Monday/Wednesday/Friday Jul 22,24,26 $27 (3 sessions) 40265 4:00-5:00pm 6m-6y Monday/Wednesday/Friday Jul 29, 31-Aug 2 $27 (3 sessions) 40277 9:30-10:30am Squamish Gymnastics


School AGE Parent and Child Programs 6m-31/2y Parent & Baby 6-18m

Parent & Child Open Gym 6m-5y

Parent & Tot 16m-3.5y

Preschool Age Programs 3-5y Preschool Transition 3y

Parent Participation required

Preschool Gymnastics 4y

Preschool Freestyle/Parkour 4y

Kinder Gymnastics 5y

Kinder Freestyle 5-6y

School Age Programs 6-14y Achievement Level Programs

Register based on completion of last badge, or instructor assessment is required.

Beginner: Red to Bronze 6-8y

Specialty Programs

Circus Arts 7-12y

All levels welcome.

Freestyle/Parkour Programs Kinder Freestyle 5-6y

Acro Tramp & Tumble 7-12y

Freestyle/Parkour 7-8y

Intermediate: Purple to Silver 6y+ Advanced: Orange to Gold 7y+

Register according to age, all levels welcome.

Gymstars 7y+ and Turquoise

Routine Development

Freestyle/Parkour 9-12y

Instructor approval required.

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Freestyle/Parkour 13-17y

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Squamish BIKE CAMPS SQUAMISH BIKE CAMPS – GIRLS RIDE

SQUAMISH BIKE CAMPS – CO-ED RIDE

This program encourages young female riders to build their self-confidence and self-esteem while challenging themselves through mountain biking in a fun, supportive, and safe environment. Participants will work on developing their mountain biking skills while being supported by their coaches and peers.

Riders will develop their mountain biking skills in a fun, supportive and safe environment while being supported by their coaches and peers. Suitable for both male and female riders.

Please note that camps are not ‘learn to bike’ programs. Competency riding green level trails and riding uphill and downhill are required. Front/back hand brakes and gears are mandatory. All riders require a helmet and fully functioning, proper fitting mountain bike. Dates

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Time

Cost

BAR CODE

Jul 2-5

6-9 y

9a.m. - 3 p.m.

$220 / 4 DAYS

40245

Jul 8-12

10-13 y

9a.m. - 3 p.m.

$275 / 5 DAYS

40246

Jul 8-12

6-9 y girls

9a.m. - 3 p.m.

$275 / 5 DAYS

40247

Jul 15-19

6-9 y

9a.m. - 3 p.m.

$275 / 5 DAYS

40248

Jul 22-26

6-9 y

9a.m. - 3 p.m.

$275 / 5 DAYS

40249

jul 29-aug 2

10-13 y

9a.m. - 3 p.m.

$275 / 5 DAYS

40250

jul 29-aug 2

10-13 y girls

9a.m. - 3 p.m.

$275 / 5 DAYS

40251

Aug 6-9

6-9y

9a.m. - 3 p.m.

$220 / 4 DAYS

40252

Aug 12-16

10-13 y

9a.m. - 3 p.m.

$275 / 5 DAYS

40253

Aug 12-16

6-9 y girls

9a.m. - 3 p.m.

$275 / 5 DAYS

40254

Aug 19-23

6-9 y

9a.m. - 3 p.m.

$275 / 5 DAYS

40255

AUG 26-30

6-9y

9a.m. - 3 p.m

$275 / 5 DAYS

40256

Drop off and Pick up locations may vary.

Age

DAY 1

attendance is mandatory.

Please carefully read the rider/parent handbook BEFORE camp.

Rain or Shine, we ride bikes all the time! Please dress appropriately.

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Youth Resource Centre For Youth 12 to 18

The Squamish Youth Resource Centre and programs are for everyone aged 12-18.

This Summer Join Us!

We will be offering activities such as skateboarding, mountain biking, horse back riding, rock climbing, mural painting and more. Popular out trips will be offered such as the PNE, Cultis Lake water park and more.

1135 Carson Place - between Howe Sound Secondary and the skate park

Registration starts in June.

The Centre will be open for drop in on Fridays. Keep an eye out for our youth booth at local markets.

Stay Tuned for

Fall Programs and Hours Includes a community open house, back to school BBQs, and much more!

Squamish Youth Resource Centre

Did you know? Two experienced youth workers are present at all times to ensure a safe, friendly environment. Parents are welcome to drop in at any time to learn more about the centre. Contact Youth.centre@sscs.ca or call 604 892 2207 The youth centre is funded by the District of Squamish and It is managed by Sea to Sky Community Services. For more information: www.sscs.ca or email admin@sscs.ca or call us 604 892 5796


SUMMER

AbcCAMPS DEFG SOCCER Girls and Boys

U5-U12 July 8-12th Mon-Fri SYSA Soccer/Airhouse Camp

SQUAMISH YOUTH SOCCER ASSOCIATION FALL/WINTER HOUSE LEAGUE September – April with a winter break Boys and Girls: Ages U5-U13

Learn all fundamental movement skills through fun play and experience the world’s most popular game!!

Weekday and Saturday Sessions

July 15-19th Mon-Fri U8: 9-10am U10: 10.15-11.30am U12: 11.45am-1pm Cost $60 for the 5-day camp

August 19-23rd U8: 9-10am U10: 10.15-11.30am U12: 11.45am-1pm Cost $60 for the 5-day camp

Locations: Brennan Park Soccer fields and school gyms

Registration opens May 15th www.squamishsoccer.ca House League questions: info@squamishsoccer.ca

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Adults KB HOCKEY - SKILLS AND CONDITIONING CLINIC FOR MEN AND WOMEN

No practice July 11 and August 13

Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Aug 26-Aug 30 $125 (5 sessions) 40276 7:00-8:15am KB High Performance Hockey

55y+ The intent of this volunteer-led group is to bring runners together through a shared joy of running in a fun and social way. Participants need to be experienced runners and have the ability to run for at least 30 minutes. The group runs on different terrain and in all-weather conditions. On Wednesdays the training focus is on improving running strength and/or speed and on Saturdays the focus is on building endurance. Register for one or both days. The 55 Activity Centre - Social Lounge

LET’S PLAY PICKLEBALL - ALL LEVELS

Wednesday 40178

Jul 3-Aug 28 6:00-7:00pm

FREE (9 sessions)

Saturday 40179 Elizabeth Gillis

Jul 6-Aug 31 8:45-9:45am

FREE (9 sessions)

19y+ Get ready for the season and improve your skills with a focus on puck control, stick handling, shooting and scoring, stance, moving skills, and positioning. Clinic includes small area games and skills-based stations. Arena

16y+ Did you know Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports in North America? Please join us to see what it is all about or come and fine-tune your skills if you are already a regular player! No experience or equipment needed. Brennan Park - Tennis Courts Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday Jul 15-Jul 19 $75 (5 sessions) 40292 1:30-3:00pm Aug 19-Aug 23 $75 (5 sessions) 40293 1:30-3:00pm Tennis XL

PICKLEBALL DROP-IN FREE For more information please contact, Maré Struve at mstruve@squamish.ca 19y+ Check out Pickleball at Eaglewind Tennis Courts this Summer! Nets can be signed out from The 55 Activity Centre during regular operating hours.

SOCIAL RUNNING GROUP AT THE 55 FREE

THE 55 CYCLING GROUP FREE

55y+ This is a social cycling group open to those 55y+ who would like to explore road and easy gravel trail routes around Squamish, Brackendale and the Paradise and Squamish Valleys. The group is focused on social connection and safe riding. Each ride will begin at The 55 Activity Centre and have a lead cyclist. Participants must be competent bicycle riders and bring their own well-maintained bikes with front and rear lights. Helmets must be worn at all times. The 55 Activity Centre - Social Lounge Saturday Jul 6-Jul 27 40182 10:00am-12:00pm Ursula Simpson

FREE!

FREE (4 sessions)

COME ENJOY OUR FREE PROGRAMS.

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Adults CHAIR YOGA

Drop-in spots available for $10 or register and save! 55y+ A unique yoga style that adapts yoga positions and poses through creative use of a chair, allowing for a safe and stable way to practice yoga. Poses are done either seated in a chair or a chair is used for support during standing poses. Ideal for people with arthritis, osteoporosis or recovering from injury, illness or joint replacement. The 55 Activity Centre - Great Room

20/20/20 This class will be held at Brennan Park this Summer Drop-in spots available for $11.50 or register and save!

Monday 40186

Jul 8-Jul 29 12:00-12:50pm

$36 (4 sessions)

19y+ A workout that has it all in one hour! This dynamic group fitness class is designed to give you a full body workout with 20 minutes of low impact cardio and lower body strength training, 20 minutes of abs and core work and 20 minutes of balance and stretching exercises. This class covers all the basics and will help to improve your range of motion, help prevent injury, and will leave you energized! Garibaldi Meeting Room OR Soccer Field 5 (weather dependent)

Monday 40187 Bev Blackett

Aug 12-Aug 26 12:00-12:50pm

$27 (3 sessions)

Tuesday 40176

Jul 2-Jul 30 5:15-6:15pm

$50 (5 sessions)

Thursday 40174

Jul 4-Aug 1 5:15-6:15pm

$50 (5 sessions)

Tuesday 40177

Aug 6-Aug 27 5:15-6:15pm

$40 (4 sessions)

Thursday Aug 8-Aug 29 40175 5:15-6:15pm Kriszti Richterne

$40 (4 sessions)

YOGA FOR EVERY BODY Adults over 19 welcome. Drop-in spots available for $10 or register and save! 55y+ Learn the skills to revitalize and balance your entire being. Practice classic yoga poses and breathing. Stretch your way to radiant health. Learn basic energy techniques to boost your vitality through creative, clear and inspiring instruction. All levels, all good, beginners welcome. The 55 Activity Centre - Great Room Tuesday 40184

Jul 9-Jul 30 12:00-12:50pm

$36 (4 sessions)

Tuesday 40185

Aug 13-Aug 27 12:00-12:50pm

$27 (3 sessions)

Friday 40188

Jul 12-Jul 26 12:00-12:50pm

$27 (3 sessions)

Friday 40189 Bev Blackett

Aug 9-Aug 30 12:00-12:50pm

$36 (4 sessions)

ADVANCED ROLLER SKATING Registrants must be current members of Squamish Roller Derby Association. 19y+ ‘Old School’ Derby Style Roller Skating is a great cardio workout that improves balance and core muscle groups. Skills at all three levels include propulsion, stride, weight transfer, different stop styles and falling safely. Intermediate Roller Skating is a prerequisite to this program. Experienced skaters will build on their cardio, stamina and skills. Brennan Park Dry Slab/Stawamus Activity Room Tuesday/Thursday Jul 2-Aug 22 40235 7:00-9:30pm No practice July 11

$56 (14 sessions)

Register online at squamishlive.ca

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Adult & 55+ CARDIO FIT AND STRETCHING

KEEP FIT PROGRAM

The Keep Fit program is designed specifically for Adults 55y+ who want to become more active, exercise safely and improve their bone density, balance and overall physical condition while having fun. We have many different classes to suit your fitness level: Cardio Fit and Stretching, Cardio Fit, Chair Fit, Men on the Move and Simply Stretch.

55y+ This class consists of 30 minutes of cardio with dance steps and 30 minutes of stretching. The 55 Activity Centre - Great Room Monday 40192

CARDIO FIT Drop-in spots available for $4.50. Come try it! 55y+ This program offers a great cardio workout with strength training using resistance bands and light weights. It also includes floor work and stretching. The 55 Activity Centre - Great Room Tuesday 40194

Jul 2-Jul 30 9:00-10:00am

$22.25 (5 sessions)

Tuesday 40206

Aug 6-Aug 27 9:00-10:00am

$17.80 (4 sessions)

Thursday 40195

Jul 4-Aug 1 9:00-10:00am

$22.25 (5 sessions)

Thursday Aug 8-Aug 29 40196 9:00-10:00am Kriszti Richterne

$17.80 (4 sessions)

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Jul 8-Jul 29 9:00-10:00am

$17.80 (4 sessions)

Monday Aug 12-Aug 26 40193 9:00-10:00am Kriszti Richterne

$13.35 (3 sessions)

CHAIR FIT Drop-in spots available for $4.50. Come try it! 55y+ This class is a great place to start or return to a fitness program with a doctor’s approval. Classes are designed to improve confidence in a fun and social setting. Ideal for beginners and those who use a walker, cane or wheelchair, etc. This class is great for people with health limitations or recovering from injury or surgery. The 55 Activity Centre - Great Room Tuesday 40197

Jul 2-Jul 30 10:15-11:15am

$22.25 (5 sessions)

Tuesday 40207

Aug 6-Aug 27 10:15-11:15am

$17.80 (4 sessions)

Thursday 40198

Jul 4-Aug 1 10:15-11:15am

$22.25 (5 sessions)

Thursday Aug 8-Aug 29 40199 10:15-11:15am Kriszti Richterne

$17.80 (4 sessions)


Adult & 55+ SIMPLY STRETCH

NEW DAYS!

Drop-in spots available for $4.50. Come try it!

MEN ON THE MOVE CIRCUIT TRAINING Drop-in spots available for $4.50. Come try it! 55y+ Men on the Move is a circuit strength-training program for men 55y+ that includes aerobics, strength training, coordination, balance, stretching and a whole lot of laughter. It is perfect for those who would not generally participate in fitness classes. This program is adaptable to all ability levels. Register for one day a week or two days a week. The 55 Activity Centre - Great Room Monday 40200

Jul 8-Jul 29 10:15-11:15am

$17.80 (4 sessions)

Monday 40201

Aug 12-Aug 26 10:15-11:15am

$13.35 (3 sessions)

Friday 40202

Jul 5-Aug 2 9:00-10:00am

$22.25 (5 sessions)

Friday Aug 9-Aug 30 40203 9:00-10:00am Kriszti Richterne

$17.80 (4 sessions)

55y+ Give your muscles a break! This full body stretch class involves passive and active stretching to improve flexibility and muscular balance and includes a quick warm up to prepare the body. The 55 Activity Centre - Great Room Friday 40204

Jul 5-Aug 2 10:15-11:15am

$22.25 (5 sessions)

Friday Aug 9-Aug 30 40205 10:15-11:15am Kriszti Richterne

$17.80 (4 sessions)

Drop-in Sports Indoor Soccer, Competitive Volleyball, and Badminton will take a Spring and Summer break and will resume in Fall 2019

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Register online at squamishlive.ca

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Adult & 55+ 20/20/20 This class will be held at Brennan Park this Summer Drop-in spots available for $11.50 or register and save! 19y+ A workout that has it all in one hour! This dynamic group fitness class is designed to give you a full body workout with 20 minutes of low impact cardio and lower body strength training, 20 minutes of abs and core work and 20 minutes of balance and stretching exercises. This class covers all the basics and will help to improve your range of motion, help prevent injury, and will leave you energized! Garibaldi Meeting Room OR Soccer Field 5 (weather dependent) Tuesday 40176

Jul 2-Jul 30 5:15-6:15pm

$50 (5 sessions)

Thursday 40174

Jul 4-Aug 1 5:15-6:15pm

$50 (5 sessions)

Tuesday 40177

Aug 6-Aug 27 5:15-6:15pm

$40 (4 sessions)

Thursday Aug 8-Aug 29 40175 5:15-6:15pm Kriszti Richterne

$40 (4 sessions)

THE 55 CYCLING GROUP FREE

55y+ This is a social cycling group open to those 55+ who would like to explore road and easy gravel trail routes around Squamish, Brackendale and the Paradise and Squamish Valleys. The group is focused on social connection and safe riding. Each ride will begin at The 55 Activity Centre and have a lead cyclist. Participants must be competent bicycle riders and bring their own well-maintained bikes with front and rear lights. Helmets must be worn at all times. The 55 Activity Centre - Social Lounge Saturday Jul 6-Jul 27 40182 10:00am-12:00pm Ursula Simpson

FREE (4 sessions)

PICKLEBALL DROP-IN FREE For more information please contact, MarĂŠ Struve at mstruve@squamish.ca 19y+ Check out Pickleball at Eaglewind Tennis Courts this Summer! Nets can be signed out from The 55 Activity Centre during regular operating hours.

SOCIAL RUNNING GROUP AT THE 55 FREE

55y+ The intent of this volunteer-led group is to bring runners together through a shared joy of running in a fun and social way. Participants need to be experienced runners and have the ability to run for at least 30 minutes. The group runs on different terrain and in all-weather conditions. On Wednesdays the training focus is on improving running strength and/or speed and on Saturdays the focus is on building endurance. Register for one or both days. The 55 Activity Centre - Social Lounge Wednesday 40178

Jul 3-Aug 28 6:00-7:00pm

FREE (9 sessions)

Saturday 40179 Elizabeth Gillis

Jul 6-Aug 31 8:45-9:45am

FREE (9 sessions)

Free and confidential one-on-one appointments. Call 604.892.3110 to schedule.

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Community Programs Recreation Services is proud to partner with community organizations. The programs listed below are FREE and are held at The 55 Activity Centre. VCH Caregivers Support Group This group offers support to people caring for a loved one with a chronic, neurodegenerative disease such as Alzheimer’s, Dementia, or Parkinson’s. Second and fourth Wednesday of the month, 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. To register, please contact Carla Fuhre or Nadine Goodgrove at 604.892.6400 VANCOUVER COASTAL HEALTH Vancouver Coastal Health provides health care services through a network of hospitals, primary care clinics, community health centres and residential care homes. Recreation Services partners with VCH to bring a variety of programs into a community recreation based setting.

IT ’S THAT TIME OF YEAR!

R E U S E I T

FAIR

9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

What’s accepted? Small appliances in good working order or in need of minor repair. Large appliances in good working order. Gently used toys, books, clothing, baby supplies, DVDs and CDs. Furniture, household items, garden tools, sports equipment in reasonable condition.

What’s not accepted? TVs, computers, printers, VCRs (these can go to the Bottle Depot) Broken, unsafe toys, damaged strollers, out-of-date children’s car seats. Mattresses Items broken or damaged beyond repair. For more information visit: squamish.ca/re-use-it-fair

Interested in volunteering? Email canzerowaste@gmail.com

Register online at squamishlive.ca

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The 55 Activity Centre HAPPY SUMMER!

This summer enjoy our regular fitness and yoga programs as well as summer bus trips and social events. This fall you can look forward to the return of your favorite programs such as the Squamish Sunshine Choir, French Conversation, Creative Drawing and Painting, evening Fitness Classes and more!

HOT DOG LUNCH

55y+ Join your friends at our Hot Dog Lunch! This event is in partnership with the Squamish Seniors’ Centre Society. Registration required. The 55 Activity Centre - Great Room Wednesday 40229

Jul 17 12:00-1:00pm

$2.10 (1 session)

GREEN THUMB GARDEN CLUB

Are you an avid gardener with tips to share? Are you new to gardening and would like to meet more green thumbs? We are looking for a lead volunteer and participants to join our 55y+ garden club at The 55 Activity Centre. If you are interested, please email Christine at ccreer@squamish.ca or stop by the front desk of The 55.

SING WITH IAN

Join your friends for a fun and relaxed sing-a-long with your favorite choir instructor, Ian Brown! Coffee and tea available for $1. Thu June 6 1:00 p.m. Thu July 4 1:00 p.m. Thu August 1 1:00 p.m.

Newsletter

Stay up-to-date with The 55 Activity Centre montly newsletter! www.squamish.ca/enews-signup

Drop-in Summer Activities Sessions cancelled on statutory holidays. Carpet Bowling

Mon/Fri

1:30-3:30pm

$2.25

Social Quilting & Crafting

Monday

10:00am-2:00pm

$4.50

Paint & Sketch

Wednesday

10:00am-12:30pm

$2.25

Play Pool

Thursday

10:00am-12:00pm

FREE but please sign up.

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55+

The 55 Activity Centre

BUS TRIP SUGGESTION BOX

BUS TRIPS

Join us for a variety of bus trips throughout the Sea to Sky Corridor and Lower Mainland. All 55y+ trips will leave from The 55 Activity Centre. Please be aware scheduled return times may vary due to traffic, road or weather conditions. *NEW* Registration for bus trips will open on the first of the month prior to the month of the bus trips. Example: June 1 registration will open for all July trips. July 1 registration will open for all August trips. When the first falls on a holiday or a Sunday, registration will take place on the next business day.

VALLEY BUDS FLOWER FARM SQUAMISH VALLEY

This trip does not include the $25 option to pick your own bouquet Come visit one of Squamish Valley’s most unique farms and spend the afternoon picking your own bouquet, learning about the local horticulture in the area or shopping for fresh vegetables right off the plant. Wednesday July 24 40153 4:30-7:30pm

$5.00

GRANVILLE ISLAND

BARD ON THE BEACH ‘TAMING OF THE SHREW’

Back by popular demand with two separate showings this year!

55y+ This spaghetti-western version of ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ is a hilarious Wild-West love story where two fierce kindred spirits finally meet their match in each other.

As Vancouver’s premier artistic and cultural hub, come along and check out all that this amazing Market has to offer. Thursday July 18 $9.45 40154 9:00am-3:00pm

HARMONY ARTS FESTIVAL WEST VANCOUVER

Saturday 40156

July 13 12:00-6:00pm

$60.90 (1 session)

What better way to spend a summer evening than celebrating the harmonious balance of visual, culinary and performing arts on the spectacular Ambleside waterfront.

Saturday 40191

Aug 24 12:00-6:00pm

$60.90 (1 session)

Friday Aug 9 $7.35 40155 3:00-8:00pm

Register online at squamishlive.ca

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Pool Schedule SUMMER Our pool schedule changes weekly in the summer. This allows us to highlight holiday hours and special events in and around Brennan Park. It also allows us to show you changing pool space during our two youth swim clubs’ peak competitive seasons. As their seasons wind down, we offer additional public swims not listed below. For the full weekly pool schedules, please go to: squamish.ca/rec SUNDAY

MONDAY

TUESDAY

1/2 Pool Family Swim 11:00-Noon

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

Swim Lessons, Aquafit, Length Swimming For the full schedule, please go to: squamish.ca/rec

Please note that there is no swimming lane available between 11:00-Noon

SATURDAY

Family Swim 11:00am-1:00pm

Family Swim Noon-1:00 Public Swim 1:00-4:00pm Public Swim 1:00-8:00pm

Seniors $2 Aquafit 1:00-2:00pm

No public swim July 15 (BC Burn Camp)

Public Swim 1:00-4:00pm

Seniors $2 Aquafit 1:00-2:00pm

Public Swim 1:00-4:00pm

Public Swim 2:00-4:30pm

Public Swim 2:00-4:30pm

Public Swim 1:00-8:00pm

Swim Lessons and Swim Club

Public Swim 7:00-9:00pm Swim Club Monday 2 lanes 7:00-8:00pm

Adult Swim 8:00-9:00pm

Adult Swim 9:00-10:00pm

PARENT SUPERVISION:

Children under the age of seven must be within arm’s reach of a responsible adult (16 or older) while in the water. Maximum of three children per adult.

TRAINING ALTERNATIVES:

If you are wanting a more intensive workout, plan for weekdays 6:00-9:00am, 2:30-3:30pm or any Adult Swim time. Facility use is usually lower so we can often add additional lanes. All other times, drop-in lanes are limited to one or two lanes and must be shared by all swimming abilities.

HOLIDAYS Canada Day July 1 Public Swim 12:30-3:30pm

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BC BURN CAMP Monday, July 15 1:00-5:00pm

Public swim will be cancelled to Welcome our guests from the BC Burn Camp.

TOONIE SWIM Toonie Swims are on vacation for July and August. They will return in the Fall.


Pool DROP IN

LANE SWIMMING HELPFUL TIPS Weekdays We have at least one lane available for length swimming. NOTE: Monday-Friday, 4-8pm, there is only one lane available.

Weekends We have one or two lanes available for length swimming. Exceptions: Really bad weather days when LOTS of people come to play in the pool. Best Times

Monday/Wednesday/Friday: 6-8am Tuesday/Thursday: 6-9am During any of the “Adult Swim” evening sessions.

Courteous Please be courteous of others who may join your lane after you start swimming: swim up one side of the lane and down the other instead of straight up and down the middle.

Summer Camp July & August Weekly Schedule All levels

SWIM DESCRIPTIONS Adult Swim Must be 16 or older. Public Swim Everyone is welcome.

Saturday and Sunday 1-8pm Monday/Wednesday/Friday 1-4pm Tuesday/Thursday 2-4:30pm Monday to Friday 7-9pm

Family Swim Responsible adult (16 or older) must accompany children in the water. Please see “Parent Supervision” note at bottom of schedule.

Seniors’ $2 Aquafit Intended as a session that allows

seniors to socialize and exercise together. All ages are welcome during these times but please respect the quieter swim.

Monday to Friday daytime Main Pool space is prioritized for the listed programs. General use of the hot tub, steam room and warm pool is available for drop in use. Please ask a lifeguard if any main pool space available. IMPORTANT INFORMATION

»» Children under the age of seven must be within arm’s reach of a responsible adult (16 or older) while in the water. Maximum of three children per adult. »» Main pool space and use of pool features are restricted during swim lessons and swim club practices.

Swim at high level

Development

5 to 18 yr.

Swim at high level Phone: 778 233 2331 swimfaster@shaw.ca Register online at squamishlive.ca

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Swim LESSONS

DESCRIPTIONS

IF YOUR 6 MONTH TO 2 YEAR OLD HAS… A parent or grandparent who wants to learn how to hold/support a small child in and stay safe around water and help toddlers develop a love of the water, then this is the program for you.

IF YOUR 2 YEAR OLD IS… Ready to begin to transition to an unparented swimming program, this program offers a swimming lesson with the security and guidance of a loved one, while attempting independent play with an instructor. Parents should remain nearby for the duration of the class and must be prepared to join the session when required.

IF YOUR 3 TO 5 YEAR OLD CAN…

THEN REGISTER IN Starfish/Duck

THEN REGISTER IN Splash N’ Play

THEN REGISTER IN

Play with an instructor independently

Sea Turtle

Go underwater unassisted with ease, assisted relaxed front and back floats

Sea Otter

Front and back float then front and back glide for three seconds, all unassisted

Salamander

Front swim 2m, rollover glide and kick, front and back glide with kick 2m

Sunfish

Front swim 5m, back glide and kick 5m in deep water

Crocodile

Front and back swim 5m each in deep water

Whale

IF YOUR 6 YEAR OLD OR OLDER CAN…

THEN REGISTER IN

Be independent but has had no exposure to swimming or turned six before completing Sunfish in the Preschool swim lessons

Swim Kids 1

Float on front with face in and on back – both unassisted for three seconds, swim unassisted 3m

Swim Kids 2

Be comfortable in water over their head, flutter kick on back 5m and on front 10m, swim with arms 5m on front

Swim Kids 3

Swim 15m flutter kick front and 10m on back, do front swim with over water arm recovery 10m

Swim Kids 4

Do proper front crawl 10m, flutter kick on back 15m, swim 25m non-stop

Swim Kids 5

Do proper front crawl 15m, back crawl 15m, whip kick on back 10m, swim 50m non-stop

Swim Kids 6

Do proper front crawl and back crawl each 25m, elementary backstroke 15m, swim 75m non-stop

Swim Kids 7

Do proper front crawl and back crawl each 50m, elementary backstroke 25m, whip kick on front 15m, swim 150m non-stop

Swim Kids 8

Do proper front crawl and back crawl each 75m, elementary backstroke 25m, breaststroke 15m, swim 300m non-stop

Swim Kids 9

Do proper front crawl and back crawl each 100m, elementary backstroke 50m, breaststroke 25m, swim 400m non-stop

Swim Kids 10

Register online at squamishlive.ca

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Swim LESSONS

SCHEDULE PER WEEK DAY

2-3Y LESSON SCHEDULE SET 1

SET 2

SET 3

SET 4

July 2 - 5

July 15 - 19

July 29 - Aug 2

Aug 12 - 16

4

5

5

5

39998

40025

40052

40079

SET 1

SET 2

SET 3

SET 4

July 2 - 12

July 15 - 26

9

10

9

10

9:30am

39999

40026

40053

40080

10:00am

40000

40027

40054

40081

11:00am

40001

40028

40055

40082

11:30am

40002

40029

40056

40083

5:00pm

40003

40030

40057

40084

5:30pm

40004

40031

40058

40085

9:30am

40005

40032

40059

40086

10:00am

40006

40033

40060

40087

10:30am

40007

40034

40061

40088

11:00am

40008

40035

40062

40089

6:00pm

40009

40036

40063

40090

11:00am

40010

40037

40064

40091

6:30pm

40011

40038

40065

40092

Dates: Sessions:

SPLASH ‘N PLAY 10:30am

3-5Y LESSON SCHEDULE Dates: Sessions:

July 29 - Aug 9 No class Monday Aug 5

Aug 12 - 16

SEA TURTLE/SEA OTTER

SALAMANDER/SUNFISH

CROCODILE/WHALE

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Swim LESSONS

SCHEDULE PER WEEK DAY

6Y+ LESSON SCHEDULE SET 1

SET 2

July 2 - 12

July 15 - 26

9

10

9

10

10:30am

40012

40039

40066

40093

5:00pm

40013

40040

40067

40094

10:30am

40014

40041

40068

40095

5:30pm

40015

40042

40069

40096

9:30am

40016

40043

40070

40097

10:00am

40017

40044

40071

40098

11:30am

40018

40045

40072

40099

6:00pm

40019

40046

40073

40100

9:30am

40020

40047

40074

40101

10:00am

40021

40048

40075

40102

11:30am

40022

40049

40076

40103

6:30pm

40023

40050

40077

40104

40024

40051

40078

40105

Dates: Sessions:

SET 3 July 29 - Aug 9 No class Monday Aug 5

SET 4 Aug 12 - 23

SWIM KIDS 1

SWIM KIDS 2

SWIM KIDS 3 & 4

SWIM KIDS 5 & 6

SWIM KIDS 7 TO 10 11:00am

NUMBER OF CLASSES/FEE

NUMBER OF CLASSES/FEE

Starfish/Duck/ Splash N‘ Play

Preschool Levels/Swim Kids 1 to 6

Swim Kids 7 to 10

5

$37.80

$29.50

$34.50

10

4

$30.25

$23.60

$27.60

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Swim Kids 7 to 10

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$61.95

$69.00

-

$55.75

$62.10

Starfish/Duck/ Splash N‘ Play

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Youth & Adult REC LEADERSHIP CAMP

11-13y Kick start your child’s summer learning with this certificationpacked camp. Successful campers will become certified in both Babysitter Training and Bronze Star. They will obtain leadership skills in a fun safe environment. Of course there will be plenty of time for activities, games and swimming during the week. Tantalus Room Mon- Fri 39980

July 02- 05 $280 (4 sessions) 8:45am-4:45pm

BRONZE STAR

9-12y Participants develop problem-solving and decision-making skills as individuals and in partners. Candidates develop water smart confidence and learn basic lifesaving and resuscitation skills. Includes a 400 metre (16 lengths) timed swim. Black Tusk Meeting Room Tue- Fri 40106

Jul 2- 5 $105 (4 sessions) 1:30- 4:00pm

BRONZE MEDALLION

13y+ Bronze Medallion prepares participants to respond effectively to a variety of aquatic emergencies. Students will develop their fitness, safety knowledge, water rescue skills and judgment while learning lifesaving, first aid and CPR skills. Tantalus Activity Room Mon- Fri 40107

Jul 8-12 4:00-8:00pm

$210 (5 sessions)

BRONZE CROSS

AQUATICS

STANDARD FIRST AID/CPR C

15y+ Learn how to deal with blocked airways and CPR for an adult, child, and infant. Also learn first aid skills that deal with bleeding, shock, fractures and medical conditions. Tantalus Activity Room Mon- Thu 40109

Jul 22- Jul 25 4:00- 8:00pm

$198.25 (4 sessions)

STANDARD FIRST AID/CPR C RECERTIFICATION

15y + Review and demonstration of all SFA/CPR C skills. You must show the Instructor your existing SFA wallet card by the end of the course to be able to complete. Tantalus Meeting Room Sat Jul 27 $103.00 (1 session) 40110 9:00- 5:30pm

NATIONAL LIFEGUARD POOL OPTION

16y+ National Lifeguard (NL) trains you to be a lifeguard. Teamwork, leadership, communication and prevention are emphasized. This 40 hour course is required to obtain employment at swimming pools in BC. Must by 16 years old by the last day of the course. Must have completed Bronze Cross (does not need to be current) and Standard First Aid (recommend it be current). Fee includes manual. Garibaldi Meeting Room Thu-Sat Aug 16 – Aug 31 $485 (8 sessions) 40114 4:00-9:30pm Thu 2 weeks 4:00-9:30pm Fri 3 weeks 9:00-4:30pm Sat 3 weeks

13y+ Bronze Cross challenges students to perform more complex lifesaving rescues, first aid and CPR. This course is a pre-requisite for further lifeguard training or is simply an excellent life skill and confidence builder. All registrant’s must show verification of certification of Bronze Medallion. Tantalus Activity Room Mon- Fri 40108

Jul 15- 19 4:00-8:00pm

$210 (5 sessions)

Register online at squamishlive.ca

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Youth & Adult AQUATICS WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTOR (WSI)

15y+ The WSI course is comprised of four modules. To receive your certification, you must successfully complete all four within one year. It is our intent to run this course with a minimum of two registrants. Module 1 – Stroke and skills assessment. 100% attendance required. Pre-requisite Emergency First Aid or Bronze Cross or equivalent. All strokes and water skills are assessed. At the end of the session details are provided about the next three modules. Pool Deck Jul 8 4:00-8:30pm 40111 1 Session $80.00 Module 2 – approx 20 hrs An online course completed at your own pace that has to be completed before the next module. Instructions for Module 2 and 3 will be provided when you do Module 1. At home – Online 40112 $220.00 Module 3 – 8+ hrs (10 hrs recommended) You practice teaching preschool and school age kids alongside an experienced swim instructor. This module can be set up for you by your WSIT once you have Module 1 and 2 completed. Module 4 – 21+ hrs In these classroom and pool sessions, you look more in depth at strategies for planning, teaching, developing and evaluating strokes and water safety skills. 100% attendance required. Mon- Fri 40113

Aug 26- 30 4:00 - 8:30pm

$210 (5 sessions)

DO YOU KNOW THE REWARDS OF BECOMING A LIFEGUARD?

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Water Safety Instructor/Lifeguarding positions pay more than double the minimum wage in BC and you do not have to commute. The required skills are very transferable to positions across Canada (pools are always hiring). In Squamish, we have positions that are 4-19 hours/week and ones that are 20-30 hours/ week. Lots of our 4-19 hours/week staff start in Grade 10 and then move away to school after Grade 12 so we are always looking for new staff. If you are interested or have more questions, feel free to ask any of the lifeguard staff or email rhurford@ squamish.ca.


Youth & Adult AQUATICS AQUAFIT DROP IN

GENTLE FIT

Regular admission.

Regular admission.

Get your day off to a great start. All fitness levels welcome. Exercises presented by the Instructor can be modified to increase or lower intensity based on individual fitness levels.

Designed to optimize range of motion of all joints and improve balance, coordination and agility. A low impact program designed to increase exercise ability and endurance.

Monday/ Wednesday/ Friday 8:00- 9:00am

Wednesday/ Friday

ADULT LESSONS

SENIORS’ SUMMER $2 AQUAFIT

HYDROTHERAPY

Seniors are invited to try out our wonderful afternoon aquafit class for only $2 (regular admission is $4.50 for 65y+). You are welcome to stay after to relax and socialize in the hot tub. The aquafit instructor is able to modify the pace and movements for a variety of fitness levels and the movements are easy to follow even when you are a beginner. Please note that other customers also use the pool during these times.

This program is open for those 16 years and over who want to learn to swim or improve their current skills. Once you are comfortable in the water, the next step is to learn breathing efficiency while practicing front and back swims. For those that need some extra help with strokes, we will assist your front crawl or any other stroke you would like to master. Please contact rhurford@squamish.ca for more information. Regular admission. A therapeutic program for those diagnosed with heart conditions, fibromyalgia, post MVA, arthritis, chronic joint pain, athletic strains and post stroke care. Participants requiring one-on-one care in or out of the water must have a personal attendant. Monday

9:00-10:00am

HOT OFF THE PRESS! START YOUR MORNING OFF RIGHT & TRY ONE OF OUR GRILLED FRESH BREAKFAST WRAPS TODAY!

9:00-10:00am

SPECIAL

We’re offering a special price this summer

Tuesday/Thursday 1:00-2:00pm

PRIVATE LESSONS

Private lessons are an opportunity for you or your child to receive one-on-one attention with one of our swim instructors. Please inquire at the front desk for additional information. 30 minute session 1 participant $23.00 2 participants $35.00

EGG WHITE, VEGGIE & HUMMUS BREAKFAST WRAP EGG WHITE & CHORIZO BREAKFAST WRAP

Visit us at Garibaldi Village 40230 Glenalder Place | Squamish, BC | 604-567-1955

Register online at squamishlive.ca

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Recreation & Sport Contacts BASEBALL/SLOPITCH HOWE SOUND MINOR BALL ASSOCIATION

ICE SPORTS SQUAMISH MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION

www.howesoundminorball.ca howesoundminorball@gmail.com

www.squamishminorhockey.com registrar.sqmha@gmail.com

SQUAMISH SLOPITCH ASSOCIATION

SQUAMISH MEN’S HOCKEY LEAGUE

www.squamish-slopitch.com squamish_slopitch_association@yahoo.ca

BIKING AND TRAILS THE SQUAMISH TRAILS SOCIETY

www.squamishtrails.ca info@squamishtrails.ca

Gerald Cote squamishmenshockeyleague@gmail.com 604.849.2851

THE SQUAMISH OLDTIMERS’ HOCKEY

Bob Cunneyworth rwcunney@yahoo.ca

SKATE SEA 2 SK

SQUAMISH DIRT BIKE ASSOCIATION

www.skatesea2sky.com skatesea2sky@gmail.com 604-848-1249

SQUAMISH BMX RACING CLUB

squamishwomenshockey@gmail.com www.facebook.com/squamishwomenshockey/

SORCA

www.howesoundcurl.com hsc@howesoundcurl.com

www.squamishdirtbikeassociation.ca SDBAInformation@gmail.com www.squamishbmx.ca info@squamishbmx.ca www.sorca.ca info@sorca.ca

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SQUAMISH WOMEN’S HOCKEY HOWE SOUND CURLING CLUB


The groups listed in this section have provided consent. If your non-profit recreational group would like to be included in the next edition of Recreation Services Program Guide please contact Recreation Services’ Marketing and Communications Specialist at mneron@squamish.ca.

OUTDOOR SPORT AND LEISURE SQUAMISH TITANS

www.squamishtitans.com info@squamishtitans.com

SQUAMISH VALLEY GOLF CLUB

SWIMMING/WATERSPORT SQUAMISH PADDLING CLUB

www.squamishpaddlingclub.com www.facebook.com/squamishpaddlingclub info@squamishpaddlingclub.com

SQUAMISH DRAGON BOAT ASSOCIATION

www.squamishvalleygolf.com info@squamishvalleygolf.com

www.facebook.com/squamishdragonboat

SQUAMISH TRACK AND FIELD CLUB

SQUAMISH PIRATES SWIM CLUB

www.seatoskyathletics.ca

RUN SQUAMISH

www.runsquamish.com contactus@runsquamish.com

SEA TO SKY NORDICS

www.seatoskynordics.ca info@seatoskynordics.ca

SQUAMISH SQUASH CLUB

www.squamishsquash.com

www.squamishpirates.com info@squamishpirates.com

SWIMFASTER

www.swimfaster.ca swimfaster@shaw.ca

GYMNASTICS SQUAMISH GYMNASTICS

squamishgymnastics@hotmail.com

SQUAMISH VALLEY EQUESTRIAN ASSOCIATION

www.svea.ca

RUGBY UNION

dantanner@thepint.ca

SOCCER SQUAMISH YOUTH SOCCER ASSOCIATION

www.squamishsoccer.ca

SEA TO SKY WOMEN’S SOCCER ASSOCIATION

www.seatoskywomenssoccer.com president@seatoskywomenssoccer.com

HOWE SOUND MEN’S SOCCER LEAGUE

howesoundsoccer.com info@howsoundsoccer.com

Register online at squamishlive.ca

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Squamish Arts & Culture SEA TO SKY ARTS COUNCILS SQUAMISH ARTS COUNCIL

Main Building - 37950 Cleveland Artisan Gallery (window gallery)-1336 Main St. info@squamishartscouncil.com www.squamishartscouncil.com

SEA TO SKY ART GALLERIES BRACKENDALE ART GALLERY

info@brackendaleartgallery.com www.brackendaleartgallery.com

PORTICO ART GALLERY

PEMBERTON ARTS COUNCIL

info@porticogallery.ca www.porticogallery.ca

THE WHISTLER ARTS COUNCIL (WAC)

squamish.bclibrary.ca/services-programs/ toby@jaxondesignstudio.com

info@pembertonartscouncil.com www.pembertonartscouncil.com info@artswhistler.com www.artswhistler.com

LIONS BAY ARTS COUNCIL

www.lionsbayartscouncil.org 604.921.2520

SEA TO SKY CULTURE TOTEM HALL

squamishrecreation@squamish.net 604.892.5166

WEST COAST RAILWAY HERITAGE PARK

info@wcra.org www.wcra.org

BRITANNIA MINING MUSEUM

www.bcmm.ca

SQUAMISH FARMER’S MARKET SOCIETY

squamishfarmersmarket@hotmail.com www.squamishfarmersmarket.com

BRACKENDALE FALL FAIR

www.brackendalefallfair.ca

SQUAMISH GARDENERS

info@sqg.com www.squamishgardeners.com

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THE FOYER GALLERY

THE ARTISAN GALLERY (WINDOW GALLERY)

1336 Main St., Squamish (SAC operated)

THE GALLERY AT THE 55

1201 Village Green Way 604.848.6898

SQUAMISH FESTIVALS SQUAMISH DAYS LOGGERS SPORTS FESTIVAL

celebrate@squamishdays.ca www.squamishdays.ca

SQUAMISH WIND FESTIVAL

www.squamishwindfestival.com

SEA TO SKY ARTS AND CUTLTURE GROUPS VISUALS

(The Squamish Valley Artists Society) www.squamishvisuals.com

HOME BASE STUDIOS

(Creative Design Centre) www.homebasestudios.ca stan@homebasestudios.ca


HOWE SOUND PERFORMING ARTS

SEA TO SKY SINGERS

SQUAMISH VALLEY PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB

www.howesoundarts.ca www.seatoskysingers.net info@howesoundarts.ca

THE SOUND YOUTH CHORUS

www.svphotoclub.blogspot.ca

SQUAMISH ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIETY

squamishquilters@gmail.com www.squamishquilters.wordpress.com

& The Sound Children’s Choir Kayla Matzen - kayla.matzen@gmail.com

SQUAMISH QUILTERS GUILD

www.squamishenvironment.ca

INTERNATIONAL FOLK DANCE

Judith. 604.892.3340 judvetsch@hotmail.com

WELH TIMA DANCE GROUP

SQUAMISH FIDDLERS GROUP

Rick Roy – rikroy@live.com

Shirley Lewis & Charlene Williams 604.892.5166 (Totem Hall)

HOWE SOUND DANCE ACADEMY

SQUAMISH ACADEMY OF MUSIC

www.squamishacademyofmusic.com

BETWEEN SHIFTS THEATRE

SQUAMISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY

info@squamishhistory.ca www.squamishhistory.ca

www.howesounddance.com

BLACK TUSK CALEDONIA HIGHLANDS A.S

(Pipe Band) – www.squamishpipeband.ca

www.betweenshiftstheatre.com

Brennan Park Recreatin Centre

GET ACTIVE

GRADE 6 CARD

FREE admission to Drop in swimming and Drop in skating. Inquire with our customer service team to learn more. Register online at squamishlive.ca

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CANADIAN 24-HOUR MOVEMENT GUIDELINES FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH: An Integration of Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour, and Sleep

PREAMBLE These guidelines are relevant to apparently healthy children and youth (aged 5–17 years) irrespective of gender, race, ethnicity, or the socio-economic status of the family. Children and youth are encouraged to live an active lifestyle with a daily balance of sleep, sedentary behaviours, and physical activities that supports their healthy development. Children and youth should practice healthy sleep hygiene (habits and practices that are conducive to sleeping well), limit sedentary behaviours (especially screen time), and participate in a range of physical activities in a variety of environments (e.g., home/school/community; indoors/outdoors; land/water; summer/winter) and contexts (e.g., play, recreation, sport, active transportation, hobbies, and chores). For those not currently meeting these 24-hour movement guidelines, a progressive adjustment toward them is recommended. Following these guidelines is associated with better body composition, cardiorespiratory and musculoskeletal fitness, academic achievement and cognition, emotional regulation, pro-social behaviours, cardiovascular and metabolic health, and overall quality of life. The benefits of following these guidelines far exceed potential risks. These guidelines may be appropriate for children and youth with a disability or medical condition; however, a health professional should be consulted for additional guidance. The specific guidelines and more details on the background research informing them, their interpretation, guidance on how to achieve them, and recommendations for research and surveillance are available at www.csep.ca/guidelines.

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GUIDELINES For optimal health benefits, children and youth (aged 5–17 years) should achieve high levels of physical activity, low levels of sedentary behaviour, and sufficient sleep each day. A healthy 24 hours includes:

SWEAT

STEP

SLEEP

SIT

MODERATE TO VIGOROUS PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

LIGHT PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

SLEEP

SEDENTARY BEHAVIOUR

Several hours of a variety of structured and unstructured light physical activities;

Uninterrupted 9 to 11 hours of sleep per night for those aged 5–13 years and 8 to 10 hours per night for those aged 14–17 years, with consistent bed and wake-up times;

No more than 2 hours per day of recreational screen time;

An accumulation of at least 60 minutes per day of moderate to vigorous physical activity involving a variety of aerobic activities. Vigorous physical activities, and muscle and bone strengthening activities should each be incorporated at least 3 days per week;

Limited sitting for extended periods.

Preserving sufficient sleep, trading indoor time for outdoor time, and replacing sedentary behaviours and light physical activity with additional moderate to vigorous physical activity can provide greater health benefits.

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