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GENERAL INFORMATION CONTENTS Registration ...................................................................................... 4 Children/Youth Program ................................................. 5, 6, 24, 25 Fitness Programs .............................................. 7, 10, 11, 14, 15, 31 Wellness Programs .................................................... 11, 15, 28, 31 Aquatic Programs ....................................................................12-15 Health Club Schedule ................................................................... 16 Aquatic Schedule.......................................................................... 17 Arena Schedule............................................................................. 18 Special/Community Events ...................................................... 6, 32 Resource Directory....................................................................... 30

The Fine Print... BROCHURE INFORMATION

Although every effort is made to ensure the contents of this brochure are correct at the time of printing, periodically misprints do occur or circumstances change. The Summerland Recreation Department reserves the right to make changes as required.

WHY GOOD COURSES GET CANCELLED Nothing ends a good course faster than everyone leaving it to the last minute to register. There is a point when the program staff check (usually one week prior to start date) the class registration. If there are not enough people registered, the class has to be cancelled. So, please register early!

CLASS SIZE Safety, quality and cost are the prime considerations when determining class size.

HOLIDAYS Programs will NOT be held on statutory holidays unless indicated otherwise.

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PICTURE THIS! We often take photos of special events and recreation programs. Sometimes we display them or put them in our brochure. If you have any objections to a picture of you or your child being printed, please let us know.

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CANCELLATIONS The Parks & Recreation Department reserves the right to cancel programs. This will only be done when circumstances deem it necessary. Every effort will be made to notify participants if this should happen.

* Cover photos courtesy of Lorena Klammer & Danielle Timmer Fall 2019

1. Aquatic & Fitness Centre 2. Arts Centre 3. Recreation Drop-In Centre 4. Summerland Arena

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REGISTRATION STARTS AUGUST 13 TWO WAYS TO REGISTER:

Register ONLINE at www.summerland.ca or in person at the Recreation Office. Visa, Mastercard, Interac, Cash or Cheque. No post dated cheques. RECREATION DEPT. • 13205 Kelly Avenue, Summerland MAIL IN / DROP OFF REGISTRATION FORM Parent (Guardian) Full Name: __________________________________________________________________ Email Address: _____________________________________________________________________________ Day Phone: ____________________________________

Eve. Phone: _______________________________

Mailing Address: _______________________________

Emergency Contact: _________________________________

City: _________________________________________

Phone:___________________________________ Prov. _____________ Postal Code _________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________ PARTICIPANT AND PROGRAM INFORMATION ______________________________________________________________________________________________ SWIM LEVEL BIRTHDATE DAY/TIME AGE PROGRAM TITLE FEE PARTICIPANTS FIRST & LAST NAME CODE# EXAMPLE: SEA OTTER MANDATORY (IF UNDER 19) EXAMPLE: SP1 ______________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________ SECOND CHOICE OF PROGRAMS

SHOULD FIRST CHOICE BE FULL ______________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________ TOTAL FEES ______________________________________________________________________________________________

PLEASE MAKE CHEQUE PAYABLE TO THE DISTRICT OF SUMMERLAND WAIVER I/We, the undersigned, hereby acknowledge that certain risks of injury are inherent to participation in recreational activities and agree that the District of Summerland, its employees, program instructors or officers shall not be liable for any injury or damage from participating in these activities. I/We declare having read and understood the above and consent to participate in the program acknowledging all the foregoing.

Signature of participant or parent/guardian if participant under 19 years of age: __________________________________________________

Date: ___________________________

What class or program would you like to see us offer? ________________________________________________________________ 4

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YOUTH PROGRAMS PARKOUR Introduction to Parkour I (6 - 10 years) Come try Parkour: a philosophy and method of movement through any environment with speed and efficiency. Students learn to move under, over, and through obstacles and hone the body’s capacity for movement! Open to all skill and fitness levels.

PUDDLE JUMPERS

Dates: Sept. 16 - Dec. 9 Mon. Code 2278 2084 (No class Oct. 14, Nov. 11) Time: 4:00pm - 5:00pm Fee: $110 (11 sessions) Instructor: Michael Place: Youth Centre (9111 Peach Orchard Road) Introduction to Parkour II (6 - 10 years)

Play is important work for 3 – 5 years olds! It is an opportunity to discover and explore a wide variety of new experiences. This program will develop your child’s imagination, foster individuality and promote a sense of achievement. Youngster will participate in games, songs, stories, arts and crafts within Dates: Sept. 16 - Dec. 9 Mon. Code 2279 a positive social play environment. (No class Oct. 14, Nov. 11) Please Note: Parents must assist with a minimum of 2 classes, Time: 5:15pm - 6:15pm please arrange your days with the instructor at the first class. Fee: $110 (11 sessions) Morning Puddle Jumpers Instructor: Michael Dates: Sept. 17 - Dec. 5 Tues./Thurs. Code 2276 Place: Youth Centre (9111 Peach Orchard Road) Time: 9:00am - 11:00am Beginner & Intermediate Parkour (11 -14 years) Afternoon Puddle Jumpers Dates: Sept. 17 - Dec. 5 Tues./Thurs. Code 2277 If you’re looking for something fun, fast and new, come check out parkour. Learn to move and flow with fast efficient Time: 12:30pm - 2:30pm movement through any space! Teens will learn to climb, jump, Fee: $168 (24 sessions) land, roll, flip, vault and trick with flair. Develop mental and Instructor: Kathy physical strength, dynamic power, speed, balance, agility and Place: Arena Banquet Room confidence. Through this program, explore new possibilities while overcoming fear and facing obstacles. Classes are run in a controlled environment with safety pads and mats.

Dates:

Sept. 16 - Dec. 9 Mon. Code 2280 (No class Oct. 14, Nov. 11) Time: 6:30pm - 7:45pm Fee: $137.50 (11 sessions) Instructor: Michael Place: Youth Centre (9111 Peach Orchard Road)

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YOUTH PROGRAMS PRO D DAY Friday October 25 9:00-10:30am & 3:00-5:00pm

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FITNESS PROGRAMS PILATES & MORE - MORNINGS WITH NONI

STRONGFIT BOOTCAMP

This is a full body program using the principles of Pilates and adhering to principles of alignment and movement. Weight, steps, bosu & stability balls will be incorporated into the classes to improve core, balance, flexibility and strength. We will develop awareness of the body. Circuit training will add to your fitness level.

Come join us for StrongFit Bootcamp. This class will focus on drills, strength, cardio, endurance and speed for a full workout. StrongFit is great for people new to classes and want to get fit. Enjoy both indoor and outdoor workout adventures weather permitting. StrongFit Bootcamp I Date: Sept. 10 - Oct. 10 Tues./Thurs. Code 2288 Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm Fee: $70 (10 sessions) Instructor: Alicia Place: Giant’s Head School Gym

Dates: Time: Fee: Instructor: Place:

Sept. 17 - Dec. 19 Tues./Thurs. (No class Oct. 15) 6:50am - 7:50am $270 (27 sessions) Noni IOOF Hall

Code 2285

CLASSICAL MAT PILATES - EVENINGS WITH KATYA Each class will work to balance all muscle groups’ strength and flexibility, with an emphasis on challenging the core muscles with each movement. Learn to be aware of breathing patterns and spinal alignment while engaging the deep muscles of the core. Modifications are suggested for beginners or for those with physical limitations. Classes will blend the Classical Pilates Method with exercise variations using available props to enhance and intensify the workout. Pilates mat is a challenging yet safe method to sculpt your body and to feel increased agility in your everyday movements and give you the support needed to keep on moving strong! No previous Pilates experience is necessary to join. Please bring a yoga mat to class. Dates:

StrongFit Bootcamp II Date: Oct. 15 - Nov. 7 Tues./Thurs. (No class Oct. 31) Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm Fee: $49 (7 sessions) Instructor: Alicia Place: Giant’s Head School Gym StrongFit Bootcamp III Date: Nov. 19 - Dec. 12 Tues./Thurs. Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm Fee: $56 (8 sessions) Instructor: Alicia Place: Giant’s Head School Gym

Sept. 9 - Dec. 18 Mon./Wed. Code 2286 (No class Oct. 14, 21, 23, 28, Nov. 11) 7:00pm - 8:00pm $250 (25 sessions) Katya Arena Banquet Room

Code 2289

Code 2290

FITNESS ROOM ORIENTATION

Learn how to use equipment in the fitness room and have a basic plan outlined for you. Must register two-days in advance. Minimum of 4 participants required. Private or group orientations available. Contact recreation@summerland.ca to arrange private sessions. Date: Sept. 17 Tues. 7:30pm - 8:30pm Code 2291 USE IT OR LOSE IT Oct. 22 Tues. 7:30pm - 8:30pm Code 2292 Beginner level for the older adult to improve strength, balance Nov. 19 Tues. 7:30pm - 8:30pm Code 2293 and well-being through a variety of simple exercises based Fee: $10 per person on weight resistance training, yoga, Pilates and Tai Chi with a Instructor: Alicia group of like-minded seniors. Place: Aquatic & Fitness Centre Sept. 10 - Dec. 19 Tues./Thurs. Dates: Code 2287 Time: 10:00am - 11:00am Fee: $180 (30 sessions) Instructor: Barry Place: Aquatic Meeting Room

Time: Fee: Instructor: Place:

PAR-Q

Fitness class participants may be required to fill out a Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire at first class.

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FITNESS PROGRAMS FITNESS FUSION This program is targeted to people over fifty years of age or anyone new to group fitness classes. Fitness Fusion will include cardio aerobics, a variety of dance cultures, strength and stretching components, and movement and breathing techniques from yoga. Instructor will provide individual adaptations and variations. Meet like-minded friends and expand your social circle. FITNESS FUSION I Date: Time: Fee: Instructor: Place:

Sept. 11 - Dec. 11 Wed. Code 2294 8:00am - 9:00am $112 (14 sessions) Claire Recreation Drop-In Centre (Brown St.)

FITNESS FUSION II Date: Time: Fee: Instructor: Place:

Sept. 11 - Dec. 11 Wed. Code 2295 9:15am - 10:15am $112 (14 sessions) Claire Recreation Drop-In Centre (Brown St.)

ZUMBA Zumba combines Latin and International music with a fun and effective workout system which features fast and slow rhythms. It involves dance and aerobic elements which when combined, helps tone, sculpt the body and burn fat. Zumba’s choreography incorporates hip-hop, soca, samba, salsa, merengue, cumbia and mambo. Squats and lunges are also included. No previous Zumba experience required. Please bring water and comfortable shoes. Date: Sept. 9 - Dec. 16 Mon. Code 2298 (No class Oct. 14, Nov. 11) Time: 5:30pm - 6:30pm Fee: $104 (13 sessions) Instructor: Carole Arena Banquet Room Place: Date: Time: Fee: Instructor: Place:

FITNESS FUSION BOOTCAMP

Sept. 11 - Dec. 18 Wed. 5:30pm - 6:30pm $120 (15 sessions) Carole Arena Banquet Room

Code 2299

ZUMBA GOLD

For active older adults looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower This class will be a faster paced, high intensity class that will intensity. focus on a full body workout. Date: Sept. 9 - Dec. 16 Mon. Code 2300 Date: Sept. 20 - Dec. 20 Fri. Code 2296 (No class Oct. 14, Nov. 11) (No class Oct. 11) Time: 9:00am - 10:00am Fee: $104 (13 sessions) Time: 8:00am - 9:00am Instructor: Carole Fee: $104 (13 sessions) Recreation Drop-In Centre (Brown St.) Place: Instructor: Noni Place: Recreation Drop-In Centre (Brown St.) Date: Sept. 13 - Dec. 20 Fri. Code 2301 (No class Oct. 11, Nov. 22) REV & FLOW REFIT Time: 9:15am - 10:15am REV + FLOW strengthens bodies and sculpts muscles through Fee: $104 (13 sessions) targeted, music based movements and resistance training. Instructor: Carole Challenge your body in new and unique ways through easy to Recreation Drop-In Centre (Brown St.) follow movements and uplifting music. REV + FLOW is a dynamic Place: workout that’s easy on your joints without compromising the intensity of your workout. All fitness levels welcome! Date:

Sept. 18 - Dec. 20 Wed./Fri. (No class Nov. 6) Time: 9:00am - 10:00am Fee: $216 (27 sessions) Instructor: Bree Place: IOOF Hall

Code 2297

PAR-Q

Fitness class participants may be required to fill out a Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire at first class.

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WELLNESS PROGRAMS YOGA -

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STRETCH & STRENGTHEN

MARSHA

Code 2302 This is a popular class for those students who want to learn about yoga, be stronger and move more confidently. The series of classes has a gentle slow progression which will focus on improving balance, flexibility, endurance and strength. We will introduce aspects of focus and concentration as well, ending with a gentle relaxation. A good class for those returning from injury. Independent mobility is required. Students should bring a mat, a blanket, and a re-usable water bottle.

“It is easier to maintain good health than to recover it”. Refresh and renew body and being. Build balance, deepen breath, strengthen, lengthen and find freedom in movement. Please bring your own mat, a firm blanket and a water bottle.

Level 1: Adult Beginner Class (18 years or older) Code 2303 This class moves through the basic yoga poses taken from a variety of yoga styles: Oki, Sivananda, Iyengar, Bajan. We extend our abilities to improve balance, strength, flexibility, and coordination. We learn basic techniques for breathing and breath control. We introduce aspects of very basic meditation and we end with a guided relaxation. Students are asked to bring a mat, a blanket and a re-usable water bottle.

Nov. 1 - Dec. 20 Fri. (No class Nov. 22) Time: 9:30am - 10:30am Fee: $63 (7 sessions) Instructor: Cheryl Place: Arena Banquet Room

Level 2: Adult Advanced Class (18 years or older) Code 2304 Previous yoga experience and a regular home practice is necessary to register in this class. This is a faster paced series of lessons where we build on previous asana and yogic knowledge. There will be more emphasis on overall flexibility, and longer holds for strength. We will work with inversions (such as sarvangasana), and practice a variety of Pranayama techniques, Mudra Practices, and Meditations. Students are asked to bring a mat, a blanket and a re-usable water bottle to class.

‘Movement is the celebration of life!’ Gently build the ability to breathe deeper, move more comfortably, find better balance and learn to focus and still your mind. Chairs are used for balance and support. Modifications and variations are offered for all bodies to experience the many benefits yoga offers. Please bring your own mat, a firm blanket and a water bottle.

Introduction to Basic Beginner Yoga

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Sept. 9 - Dec. 16 Mon. (No class Sept. 23, Oct. 14, 21, Nov. 11) Time: 4:30pm - 5:30pm Introduction to Basic Code 2302 5:45pm - 7:00pm Level I Beginner Code 2303 7:15pm - 8:45pm Level II Advanced Code 2304 Fee: $82.50 (11 sessions) Introduction to Basic $88 (11 sessions) Level 1: Beginner $93.50 (11 sessions) Level 2: Advanced Instructor: Marsha Place: Trout Creek Elementary School Gym Please enter through the parking lot door no more than 10 minutes early.

Session I Date: Fee:

Sept. 13 - Oct. 18 Fri. $54 (6 sessions)

Session II Date:

Code 2306

Code 2307

GENTLE YOGA

Session I Date: Fee:

Sept. 13 - Oct. 18 Fri. $63 (6 sessions)

Session II Date:

Nov. 1 - Dec. 20 Fri. (No class Nov. 22) Time: 10:45am - 12:00pm noon Fee: $73.50 (7 sessions) Instructor: Cheryl Place: Arena Banquet Room

Code 2308

Code 2309

SPECIALTY SATURDAYS - YOGA WITH CHERYL

Yoga Nidra - brain experience after 1 hour is equal to 3 hours of deep sleep. Back Care Yoga - restores through YOGA FLOW strengthening, lengthening and supported postures. Please Please join Amanda for one hour intermediate yoga class. bring a yoga mat, thick blanket and a water bottle to all classes. We will focus on a dynamic series of flowing poses, while incorporating breath work. This class requires some yoga Sept. 28 Sat. Yoga Nidra - Deep Relaxation experience. Please bring your own yoga mat and water bottle Oct. 26 Sat. Back Care - Release & Strengthen and wear comfortable, suitable clothing.

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Sept. 18 - Dec. 4 Wed. Code 2305 7:00pm - 8:00pm $96 (12 sessions) Amanda Trout Creek Elementary School Gym

Nov. 23 Sat. Yoga Nidra - Deep Relaxation Time: 10:00am - 12:00pm noon Fee: $20 Instructor: Cheryl Place: IOOF Hall

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AQUATIC PROGRAMS SWIM LESSON SCHEDULE - FALL I MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS - 5 WEEK SET - Sept. 16 - Oct. 21 (10 lessons) No class Oct. 14

9:00 - 9:30 am

SP 2

Code 2313

SP 1

Code 2314

9:30 - 10:00 am

Parent & Tot

Code 2315

SP 3

Code 2316

3:00 - 3:30 pm

SP 3 / SK 3/4

Code 2317

SP 2 / SK 2

Code 2318

3:30 - 4:00 pm

SP 1 / SK 1

Code 2319

SK 5/6

Code 2320

4:00 - 4:30 pm

SP 3 / SK 3/4

Code 2321

SP 1 / SK 1

Code 2322

TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS - 5 WEEK SET - Sept. 17 - Oct. 17 (10 lessons)

3:00 - 3:30 pm

SK 5/6

Code 2323

SP 1 / SK 1

Code 2325

SK 7/8/9/10 3:15 - 4:00 pm

Code 2324

3:30 - 4:00 pm 4:00 - 4:30 pm

SP 3 / SK 3/4

Code 2326

SP 2 / SK 2

Code 2327

SATURDAYS ONLY - Sept. 21 - Dec. 7 (10 lessons) No class Oct. 12, Nov. 9

9:00 - 9:30 am

SK 5/6

Code 2328

SP 2 / SK 2

9:30 - 10:00 am

SP 3

Code 2330

SK 7/8/9/10 9:30 - 10:15 am Code 2331

10:00 - 10:30 am

SP 1 / SK 1

Code 2332

SK 3/4 10:15 - 10:45 am

10:30 - 11:00 am

Parent & Tot

Code 2334

Code 2329

Code 2333

SUNDAY ONLY - Sept. 22 - Dec. 8 (10 lessons) No class Oct. 13, Nov. 10

9:00 - 9:30 am

SK 5/6

Code 2335

9:30 - 10:00 am

SP 2 / SK 2

Code 2336

10:00 - 10:30 am

SP 3 / SK 3/4

Code 2337

10:30 - 11:00 am

SP 1 / SK 1

Code 2338

11:00 - 11:45 am

SK 7/8/9/10

Code 2339

* Schedule may vary slightly due to program registration. Classes will be added or cancelled pending registration.

REGISTRATION FOR SWIM LESSONS BEGINS AUGUST 13

FEES

10 Lessons

Parent/Tot

Starfish, Duck, Sea Turtle

1/2 Hour Class

$40

Swim Preschool (SP1-3)

SP1 Sea Otter, Salamander SP2 Sunfish, Crocodile SP3 Whale

1/2 hour Class

$40

Swim Kids level (SK 1-6)

1/2 hour Class

$40

Swim Kids level (SK 7-10

3/4 hour Class

$50

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AQUATIC PROGRAMS SWIM LESSON SCHEDULE - FALL II MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS - 5 WEEK SET -Oct. 28 - Dec. 2 (10 lessons) No class Nov. 11

9:00 - 9:30 am

SP 2

Code 2340

SP 1

Code 2341

9:30 - 10:00 am

Parent & Tot

Code 2342

SP 3

Code2343

SK 7/8/9/10 3:15 - 4:00 pm

Code 2344

SP 2 / SK 2

Code 2345

SP 3 / SK 3/4

Code 2346

SP 1/ SK 1

Code 2347

SK 5/6

Code 2348

3:00 - 3:30 pm 3:30 - 4:00 pm 4:00 - 4:30 pm

TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS - 5 WEEK SET - Oct. 29 - Nov. 28 (10 lessons)

3:00 - 3:30 pm

SP 1 / SK 1

Code 2349

SP 3 / SK 3/4

Code2350

3:30 - 4:00 pm

SP 3 / SK 3/4

Code 2351

SP 1 / SK 1

Code 2352

4:00 - 4:30 pm

SK 5/6

Code 2353

SP 2 / SK 2

Code 2354

SWIM LESSONS

Not sure what level to register in? Drop by the Aquatic Centre during a public swim time for a free swimming evaluation. * Booking in advance is recommended.

PROGRAM STRUCTURE Parent and Tot (4 months - 3 years)

Swimmers progress through levels based on participation and age.

Red Cross Swim Preschool (3-5 years) Unparented lessons

SP1 SP2 SP3 Swimmers progress through levels based on skill evaluation.

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Starfish 4-12 months Duck 12-24 months

Red Cross Swim Kids (5 yrs & older)

Legend Incomplete Complete

SK1

Sea Turtle 2-3 years Sea Otter 3-5 years Salamander 3-5 years Sunfish 3-5 years

SK2 SK3

Crocodile 3-5 years

SK4 SK5 - SK10

Whale 3-5 years

Swimmers progress through levels based on continuous evaluation.

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AQUATIC PROGRAMS /CERTIFICATIONS WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTOR RECERTIFICATION

NATIONAL LIFEGUARD PRECERTIFICATION/RECERTIFICATION

The Water Safety Instructor recertification workshop is designed to ensure the quality and standards of the program are maintained in the field. This workshop provides candidates with the opportunity to share ideas, review skills, update knowledge and network with others. Date: Nov. 24 Sun. Code 2355 Time: 12:00pm - 5:00pm Fee: $110 Instructor: Shawn Place: Aquatic & Fitness Centre This certification will be valid for 2 years.

The objective of this precert/recert clinic is to provide national lifeguard candidates an opportunity to review the skills and knowledge required to maintain the national lifeguard certification. Date: Dec. 1 Sun. Code 2356 Time: 9:00am - 5:00pm Fee: $125 Instructor: Shawn Place: Aquatic & Fitness Centre

MORNING AQUAFIT

EVENING AQUAFIT

The focus of this class is range of motion, stability and strength This one hour program combines deep & shallow water exercises. Every class will include cardiovascular, strength to improve quality of life. Equipment is provided. Date: Sept. 10 - Dec. 19 Tues./Thurs. Code 2357 and stretching to improve overall fitness and toning. Floatation belts are used in the deep water portion to provide buoyancy Time: 8:05am - 9:05am and stability. Fee: $105 (30 sessions) Instructors: Aquatic Staff Place: Aquatic & Fitness Centre

Date: Time: Fee: NOON HOUR AQUAFIT Instructors: This one hour program combines deep & shallow water Place: exercises. Every class will include cardiovascular, strength and stretching to improve overall fitness and toning. Floatation belts are used in the deep water portion to provide buoyancy and stability. Date:

Sept. 9 - Dec. 20 Mon./Wed./Fri. (No class Oct. 14, Nov. 11) Time: 12:05pm - 1:00pm Fee: $150.50 (43 sessions) Instructors: Aquatic Staff Place: Aquatic & Fitness Centre

Sept. 10 - Dec. 19 Tues./Thurs. 8:05pm - 9:05pm $105 (30 sessions) Aquatic Staff Aquatic & Fitness Centre

Code 2360

Code 2358

AFTERNOON AQUAFIT A program professionally designed especially for seniors using a safe and gentle methods to increase range of motion. Combine shallow & deep water exercises. Date: Time: Fee: Instructors: Place:

Sept. 10 - Dec. 19 Tues./Thurs. 2:05pm - 3:00pm $105 (30 sessions) Aquatic Staff Aquatic Centre

Code 2359

All Aquasize Classes excluding AquaZumba are included with an Active Health Club Membership. Three Ways to Attend Aquafit Classes:

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AQUATIC FITNESS & WELLNESS PROGRAMS STRETCHING FOR STIFF BODIES So you can’t touch your toes, you feel stiff and inflexible...this makes you an IDEAL candidate for this gentle stretching class. Discover a game-changing sense of ease from your neck and shoulders, all the way to your lower back and legs! Whether you are stiff from doing the sports you love or just feel you inherited the stiff gene, this class will increase your flexibility, no matter what your starting point. You deserve to feel comfort, freedom and ease in your own body! Total newbies welcome. Stretches AQUAZUMBA adaptable for all conditions. Finish each class with a guided This class is perfect for those looking to make a splash by relaxation. adding a low-impact, high-energy aquatic exercise to their Date: Sept. 12 - Dec. 12 Thurs. Code 2365 (No class Nov. 14, 21) fitness routine. AquaZumba blends the Zumba philosophy with Time: 6:45pm - 8:00pm water resistance, for one pool party you shouldn’t miss! Fee: $144 (12 sessions) Date: Sept. 15 - Dec. 15 Sun. Code 2361 Instructor: Lesley (No class Oct. 13) Place: Arena Banquet Room Time: 5:30pm - 6:30pm Fee: $104 (13 sessions) PARTNER ACUPRESSURE FOR WELLNESS (SHIATSU) Instructor: Carole Discover how relaxing and calming the ancient healing art Place: Aquatic & Fitness Centre of acupressure massage can be. Enjoy relief for common complaints such as neck & shoulder tension, backache, anxiety, Date: Sept. 11 - Dec. 18 Wed. Code 2362 insomnia, headache, heartburn and more. Acupressure use Time: 8:05am - 9:00am finger and palm pressure to stimulate key points on the skin, Fee: $120 (15 sessions) to stimulate the flow of chi and activate the body’s self-healing process. These points are done while fully clothed lying on a Instructor: Carole mat on the carpet, or seated in a chair (no oil.) Learn simple Place: Aquatic & Fitness Centre routines with a friend/partner...experience both receiving and BLOSSOMING BELLIES PRENATAL YOGA giving. Must register with a buddy and be comfortable with Pregnancy is an amazing journey! Enjoy a gentle hatha yoga some kneeling on a folded blanket for particular massage program, designed to promote a healthy, comfortable pregnancy sequences. Each person bring a mat, a blanket and pillow. Sept. 18 - Dec. 4 Wed. Code 2366 and confidence for birth. Learn yoga poses to alleviate the Date: 7:00pm - 8:00pm common discomforts of pregnancy and prepare the pelvic Time: $144 (12 sessions) muscles, hips and legs for childbirth. Keep the body supple Fee: Instructor: Lesley (Certified Shiatsu Therapist) and aligned, while it changes to accommodate the life within. IOOF Hall Ease tension and stress with breathing techniques and guided Place: relaxation. Meet other moms-to-be in your community. No ADULT DRU YOGA previous yoga experience necessary. Beneficial and safe for all Along with traditional yogic postures (asana), unique to Dru stages of pregnancy. Bring two pillows, a blanket, yoga mat and yoga are energy block release sequences based on subtle scarf or yoga strap. yet potent flowing qi gong like movements, harmonized with Session I directed breathing and affirmations. It will help to increase Date: Sept. 12 - Oct. 17 Thurs. Code 2363 energy, boost strength and stamina, increase flexibility and enhance your quality of life. As a mindfulness based practice, Session II it supports and encourages well-being in mind, body and spirit. Date: Oct. 24 - Dec. 12 Thurs. Code 2364 Dru yoga is suitable for beginners as well as experienced yogic Time: 5:30pm - 6:30pm practitioners. Fee: $72 (6 sessions)

Instructor: Place:

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Arena Banquet Room

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Code 2367

Nov. 5 - Dec. 17 Tues. 5:45pm - 7:15pm $63 (7 sessions) Cindi Arena Banquet Room

Code 2377

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Oct. 14 & Nov. 11

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MON.

TUES.

WED.

THURS.

FRI. RI.

EARLY BIRD LANE SWIM • 5 DAYS A WEEK Aquafit Aquafit 8:05am - 9:00am 8:05am - 9:00am Preschool School School Swim and Lessons Lessons Lessons

6:30am 9:00am

SAT.

SUN.

Swim Club

9:00am 10:00am

Preschool Swim and Lessons

10:00am 11:00am

School Lessons

School Lessons

School Lessons

School Lessons

School Lessons

11:00am 12 Noon

Recope

School Lessons

Recope

School Lessons

Recope

Lane Swim Aquafit 12:05pm - 1:15pm

Lane Swim

Lane Swim Aquafit 12:05pm - 1:15pm

Lane Swim

Lane Swim Aquafit 12:05pm - 1:15pm

School Lessons

1:15pm - 2:00pm Lane Swim Aquafit 2:05pm - 3:00pm

School Lessons

115ppm - 2:00 1:15pm - 2:00pm Lanepm Swim Aquafit 2:05pm - 3:00pm

School Lessons

Lane Lane Swim Swim 1:30pm - 2:30pm 1:30pm - 2:30pm

Loonie Swim 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Pleasure Pleasure Swim Swim 2:30pm - 4:00pm 2:30pm - 4:00pm

12:00pm 1:15pm 1:15pm 3:00pm

Red Cross Lessons and Swim Club

3:00pm 6:30pm 6:30pm 8:00pm 8:00pm 9:15pm

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School Lessons

Red Cross Lessons

Red Cross and Upper Level Lessons

Swim Club 5:00pm - 6:30pm

Red Cross Lessons

RENTAL TIME

RENTAL TIME

RENTAL TIME

RENTAL TIME

RENTAL TIME

PLEASURE SWIM • Everybody Welcome! • 7 Days a Week Masters Swim & Lane Swim

Lane Swim 8:05pm - 9:05pm Aquafit

Masters Swim & Lane Swim

Lane Swim 8:05pm - 9:05pm Aquafit

Youth Swim (11 - 18 yrs old)

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Preschool 3 – 5 ........ $ 1.00 ........... $ N/A ............ $ N/A .............$ N/A.............$ N/A ............. $ N/A Child 6 – 12 ............... $ 2.50 ........... $ 21.00 ............ $ 22.00 .............$ 51.00.............$ 93.25 ............. $173.50 Teen 13 – 18 .............. $ 3.25 ........... $ 30.00 ............ $ 29.50 .............$ 85.75.............$149.50 .............. $277.75 Adult 19+ ................... $ 4.50 ........... $ 37.00 ............ $ 39.00 .............$ 100.00.............$171.50 .............. $318.50 Senior 65+ ................. $ 3.75 ........... $ 30.00 ............ $ 29.50 .............$ 85.75.............$149.50 .............. $277.75 Family*.......................$ 9.50 ........... $ N/A ............ $ 78.50 .............$ 214.00.............$371.00 .............. $694.50 Aquafit Drop-in: $5.00 / 10 passes: $40.00 or free with Health Club Membership. * A family consists of 2 adults and their own children under 19 years.* All prices include tax * ALL CHILDREN UNDER AGE 7 REGARDLESS OF SWIMMING ABILITY AND CHILDREN (7 - 10 YEARS OF AGE) WHO CANNOT SWIM A WIDTH OF THE POOL MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT (16 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER).

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minor hockey

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Annette Lewis, Registrar, 250-462-0746 (Text) SMHA is offering a off regular registration for all first year hockey players looking to join SMHA for the 2019/2020 season.

Offer open to anyone, boy or girl, born in 2013 and prior.

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COMMUNITY & CULTURE SUMMERLAND’S 2019 RUNS & RACES

TERRY FOX RUN September 15 www.terryfox.org • TEST OF HUMANITY MOUNTAIN BIKE RACE September 15 www.testofhumanity.com • SUMMERLAND SWEETS XC 7.4K & TRIPOWER 3.2K KIDS RACE September 29 bmelissa@telus.net

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To Swim Like A Leahron n Olympian Learn w to swim all four strokes, flip turn s, dives and

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COMMUNITY You Swim Swim Night Night You

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RESOURCE DIRECTORY ARTS & CULTURE Art Club ................................................... Greta Loeppky .................. 250-486-3659 Community Arts Council & Gallery Office ................................. 250-494-4494 Dance, Summerland School................ Amanda Frankham .......... 778-516-5583 Kettle Valley Steam Railway ............................................................ 250-494-8422 Museum & Archives .......................................................................... 250-494-9395 Pleasure Painters.................................. Ruth Manning .................. 250-494-1186 Potters Guild .......................................... Elizabeth Wrobel ............. 250-462-7017 Singers & Players ................................. James Fofonoff ................ 250-494-5420 Summerland Library .......................................................................... 250-494-5591

SPORTS Baseball, Minor .....................................Terry Rolston.................... 250-462-8146 Broomball, Ladies ................................. Jenny Nemeth ................. 250-494-1998 Curling Club ............................................ Jodie Brennan ................. 250-462-1143 Dance In House Performing Arts Studio ................................................ 778-931-0405 Summerland School of Dance ................................................... 778-516-5583 Dragon Boat/Outrigger......................... Don Mulhall ...................... 250-488-3100 Hockey Canucks ............................................. Dave Svetlichny ............... 250-809-6930 Minor...................................................summerlandminorhockey@hotmail.ca Oldtimers............................................ Mike Skinner .................... 250-809-2433 Still Playing Hockey ......................... Kevin Lodermeier ............ 250-494-4947 Golden Jets ....................................... Larry Hollenbeck ............. 250-860-7805 Horseshoe Club ..................................... Ron Moser ........................ 250-494-0450 Karate Club............................................. Chris Taneda .................1-250-768-2241 Lacrosse, Minor .................................... Shona Becker ...............1-250-488-0495 Nautilus Diving ...................................... Scotty Strickland ............. 250-490-4635 Pickleball, Summerland Pickleball Club .......... Angela Sielmann ............. 250-276-4323 Sailing Club ............................................ Pam Hinchliffe ................. 250-494-7552 Scuba ...................................................... Steve Toth ......................... 250-809-7311 Skating Club ........................................... Louise Evans .................... 250-808-7225 Skiing ...................................................... www.apexskiclub.com ... 250-809-5727 Nickel Plate ....................................... Office ..............................1-250-292-8110 Slo Pitch.................................................. Jeremy Sirakov ................ 250-809-5388 www.summerlandslopitch.com Soccer Mini/Youth Soccer............................ Office ................................. 778-476-5888 Penticton Soccer Club (Mens/Womens)................................... 250-492-5505 Pinnacles Football Club ................... Office ................................. 778-476-5888 Softball, Girls.......................................... Cynthia Cutt ...................... 250-404-0519 Special Olympics................................... Tracy Fleming ................... 250-490-1941 Squash .................................................... Tricia Hoyer ...................... 250-494-0244 Swim, Orca Club ...................................................................www.orcaswimclub.net Swim, Orca Masters ............................. Mike Cooke.........thecookes@shaw.ca Triathlon, TriPower ................................ Melissa Berrisford .......... 250-462-4338 Volleyball, Senior .................................. Frank Martens.................. 250-494-4666 South Okanagan ............................... Karen Finlayson ............... 250-460-0776 Yacht Club............................................................................................ 250-494-8312

MISCELLANEOUS COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS 55+ B.C. Games...................................... Lynn Schulberg ................ 250-494-1786 Al-Anon ................................................................................................ 250-490-9272 Alzheimers Society of BC .................... Mary Beth Rutherford .... 250-493-8182 BC Transit On Request ...................................................................1-844-442-2212 Boys & Girls Club ............................................................................... 250-404-0440 Canadian Cancer Society ..............................................................1-888-939-3333

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Critteraid .............................................................................................. 250-494-5057 Cubs/Scouts/Beavers........................... Shauna Perkins ............... 250-462-1149 Diabetes Clinic....................................... Office ................................. 250-770-3530 Dog Control, dogs@summerland.ca Elizabeth Bigg.................. 250-494-6446 Emergency Support Services ............. John Topham.................... 250-462-0823 Friends of the Garden Club ............................................................... 250-494-6385 Garnett Valley Gang.............................. Wendy Davis .................1-250-317-9797 Girl Guides of Canada........................... Kyla Gaudiuso .................. 250-494-8331 Health Care Auxiliary......................................................................... 250-494-9102 Meals on Wheels .................................. Charlotte Burley .............. 250-494-1173 ............................................................. Gavin.................................. 778-516-1973 Ornamental Gardens ............................ Office ................................. 250-494-6385 RECOPE ................................................... Jean Munro ...................... 250-494-9006 SADI ........................................................ Office ................................. 250-494-9722 Seniors Drop-In/Activity Centre ......... Office ................................. 250-494-9377 Sportsman Association ........................ Dave Carleton .................. 250-494-7854 St. John Ambulance ............................. Office ................................. 250-492-3377 Summerland Action Festival ............... Pat Bell .............................. 250-494-6621 Summerland Chamber of Commerce ............................................. 250-494-2686 Summerland Health Centre Volunteers.... Launa Stocker ..... 250-492-4000 x32518 Summerland Museum and Archives .............................................. 250-494-9395 Summerland Newcomers Club ........................................................ 250-809-6649 Trail 0f the Okanagans Society ........... Henry Sielmann ............... 250-276-4323 Visitor Information Centre ................................................................ 250-494-2686 Welcome Wagon................................... Sheila Kuhre ..................... 250-494-3776 Youth Centre Association ................................................................. 250-494-9338

RECREATION FACILITIES Aquatic & Fitness Centre ..................... Office ................................. 250-494-0447 Arena....................................................... Office ................................. 250-494-0447 Badminton Club ..................................... Shaun Johnston .............. 250-494-1513 Centre Stage Theatre ........................... Office ................................. 250-494-0447 Curling Rink ............................................ Winter................................ 250-494-9322 ............................................................. Summer ............................. 250-494-0447 IOOF Hall ................................................. Olive Hunter...................... 250-494-2826 Lakeshore Racquet Club ......................... www.lakeshoreracquetscentre.com Peach Orchard Campground .............. Office ................................. 250-494-9649 Recreation Department........................ Office ................................. 250-494-0447 Summerland Golf Club.......................... Office ................................. 250-494-9554 Sumac Ridge Golf Club......................... Office ................................. 250-494-3122 Unisus International School ................ Office ................................. 250-404-3232 Youth Centre........................................... Office ................................. 250-494-9338

SERVICE CLUBS & SOCIETIES Cadets - Air ............................................ William Berger ................. 250-494-7988 Kinsmen .................................................. Jason Stuart ..................... 403-921-4191 Kiwanis ................................................... Tom Jacques .................... 250-494-4339 K-40.......................................................... Martin Nisbet ................... 250-494-8373 Legion Ladies Auxiliary ........................ Dorothy Dean ................... 250-494-9856 Okan/Similk Parks Society................... Ian Graham ....................... 250-494-7617 Rebekkah Lodge .................................... Frances Beulah................ 250-494-1411 Rotary Club................Hannah Hartman......secretary@summerlandrotary.org Royal Canadian Legion......................... Elke Bewick ...................... 250-494-2301

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