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FALL 2021

THUNDER BAY’S GUIDE TO COMMUNIT Y PROGR AMS & SERVICES


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COMMUNITY HIGHLIGHT

COMMUNITY

Watch, Register, Ride. Watch Retired OPP Constable Gary, School Bus Safety Manager Barb and Buzzy Bee explain school bus safety at www.ststb.ca to help prepare your first-time school bus rider on how to ride the school bus safely to and from school. Register online at www.ststb.ca or call 345-7387 between Monday, August 23rd and Friday, August 27th, 2021, to book a time for your child to experience their first school bus ride on Saturday, August 28, 2021. Ride a school bus day runs from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 28, 2021, outside the Confederation College McIntyre Building with two school buses, limited to 20 children per bus, departing every 30 minutes. Times must be booked in advance. School Buses will be cleaned & sanitized between tours. Only children will be permitted to ride the school bus.

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INDEX

www.thunderbay.ca/thekey

Your guide to Community Programs and Services

General Information Programs & Courses

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Academic Upgrading

Northwest Employment Works

www.confederationcollege.ca

LAKEHEAD PUBLIC SCHOOLS Programs

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www.lakeheadschools.ca

Programs

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www.csdcab.on.ca

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Cover picture submitted by the Succo family. Photo taken by Shannon Lepere Photography.


Programs

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INDEX

www.thunderbay.ca/thekey

THUNDER BAY CATHOLIC DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD

Watch out for the Winter Key being released Dec. 10th, 2021

www.tbcdsb.on.ca

Index

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Registration

Community Centres 55 Plus

Canada Games Complex Community Aquatics

www.thunderbay.ca www.prokidsthunderbay.ca www.gamescomplex.com www.golfthunderbay.ca

COMMUNITY GROUPS Index

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Programs

Community Groups Contact Information

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Visit us on the web at www.thunderbay.ca/thekey

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www.confederationcollege.ca/ce

CONTINUING EDUCATION

General Information

General Information

Pre-requisites

For the most current information including admission requirements, office hours and holidays, course fees, parking, prerequisites as well as withdrawal, refund and academic policies visit: www.confederationcollege.ca/ce

Some courses require prerequisites to be completed before registering. Please make sure that you have successfully completed the applicable prerequisite courses to avoid problems with the course material and/or with your transcript.

Note: For general college inquiries call 475-6110.

Entry Requirements

How to Register Thinking of registering? Be sure to register at least three business days in advance of course start date as courses may be cancelled due to insufficient registrations. Web Register quickly and conveniently via our secure online shopping www.confederationcollege.ca/ce.

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Course Fees The 65 Advantage (not applicable to online courses). Reduced tuition fees apply to individuals who are 65 years of age or older. For senior and staff discount rates or additional information Continuing Education at (807) 475-6550. Refund

Parking No parking permits will be required for the fall Semester at the Thunder Bay Campus.

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Non-postsecondary Programs Ontario Secondary School Diploma or nineteen years of age or older, unless otherwise stated.

Textbook Information

Total fees (including material fees, if applicable) are required at time of registration.

Make sure to get acquainted with our policy before you register.

Postsecondary Programs Ontario Secondary School Diploma or successful completion of the mature student assessment or appropriate credits from Academic and Career Entrance.

Most postsecondary courses as well as some general interest courses may require textbooks. Please inquire upon registering. Textbooks can be purchased on campus at the Follett Bookstore. For textbook inquiries please call 475-6225, toll-free 1 (877) 295-3851 or visit: www.confederationcollege.ca/bookstore

CE Hours of Operation Monday to Friday: (excluding holidays)

8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

The college will be closed September 6, October 11, and for Christmas Break December 24, 2021 to January 2, 2022 inclusive.


DISTANCE EDUCATION

Access classes from your home, any regional campus or Contact North site on a specific date and time each week.

www.confederationcollege.ca/distance-education

Distance Education

Here are some of our many Distance Education program options:

1-Year Ontario College Certificate Programs • Business Fundamentals • General Arts and Science • Personal Support Worker (full-time and part-time options available)

2-Year Ontario College Diploma Programs • • • • •

Business Business – Accounting Business - Human Resources Business – Marketing Onajigawin Indigenous Services

Online Learning (flexible dates/times) • Aboriginal Canadian Relations • Accommodation and Human Rights Management • Addictions and Mental Health • Autism and Behavioural Science • Human Resources Management • Library and Information Technician • Office Administration - General

(formerly Native Child and Family Services)

For a full list of Distance Education programs and to apply, visit:

www.confederationcollege.ca/distance-education g / CHANGE YOUR LIFE THROUGH LEARNING T H U N D E R B AY & R E G I O N

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CONTINUING EDUCATION

Hacker Techniques, Tools, and Incident Handling OL478 Students examine and analyze the landscape, key terms and concepts. Security professional need to know about hackers and computer criminals who break into networks, steal information, and corrupt data. Students examine how attacks target networks and the methodology they follow. Blank DVD’s and/or 4GB+ memory stick. Fees: $524.80 September 14 - December 21

CRN 15029

OL500

Through this course the student will come to understand the global business environment from both national and global perspectives. Topics include an overview of international business patterns and social systems and their effect on business. Different government systems, market structures and economic and legal systems will be examined along with the institutions that provide an international oversight. Culture and ethics, and their effect on business, will be discussed as well as various trade theories and currency exchanges that facilitate global trade. This will provide a framework for the creation of international business strategies necessary for success in the global marketplace. Fees: $401.86 September 14 - December 21

CRN 15044

Course delivery is online asynchronous.

Please note: The total fee must be paid in full when registering.

OL638

The selection of appropriate eLearning tools is a vital part of the online learning development process. By working on their own projects, students gain hands-on experience with current web-based eLearning tools through the process of analyzing learner needs, obtaining input from subject matter experts, and finally selecting and using the right tool. The focus of this course is to learn to develop meaningful and engaging online material with an understanding of how eLearning tools support various learning objectives. Fees: $401.86 September 14 - December 21

Course delivery is online asynchronous.

International Business

eLearning Tools

CRN 15128

Course delivery is online asynchronous.

Managing an eLearning Project

OL046

Work as an eLearning Developer involves strong communication and teamwork abilities. In addition, this role may require leadership and project management skills. In this course, students will learn the various roles of an eLearning team and how the eLearning Developer's tasks work in tandem to ensure successful project. In addition, students will learn how to support clients. Fees: $401.86 September 14 - December 21

CRN 14722

Course delivery is online asynchronous.

Updates Online The material in this publication has been prepared well in advance of the academic session to which it pertains. Although it is the most current and accurate information available at time of printing, updated course offerings are available online at: www.confederationc.on.ca/ce

Confederation Online and OntarioLearn The online learning environment provides students with access to their courses 24/7. Students work independently but must adhere to the schedule for submission of assignments, discussions and exams. Instructors are accessible via a number of electronic communication tools, such as email, course chats, and discussion boards. Before the course begins, students will receive an email with start-up instructions including information on course materials. Courses delivered through OntarioLearn may be delivered using Blackboard, Moodle, D2L, Angel or other learning management systems. Confederation College’s online learning courses are completed using a learning management system (LMS) called Blackboard.

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Over 100 online learning (OntarioLearn) courses have been approved as equivalent to Confederation College credit courses. General education and post-secondary courses are available throughout the year. Visit: www.confederationcollege.ca/ce/ontariolearn for more information and to view a full listing of over 450 online learning courses!


Fees: $422.35 September 14 - December 21

CRN 15093

Course delivery is online asynchronous.

Course has additional start and end dates.

Building Skills for Success

GE113

This transformative course will provide you with the practical skills, knowledge and attitudes you need for success in college, your career and your life. In order to maximize your post-secondary experience, you will learn about your personal learning style, how to study effectively, how to take notes, how to manage your time, the importance of effective communication and much more. You will also discover specific abilities and characteristics that will provide you with the opportunity for personal growth and increased well-being. Learn how to maximize your potential with this course! Fees: $286.86 September 8 - December 17

CRN15495

Course delivery is online asynchronous.

Cults and Terrorism

OL211

In this course, students will explore the historical evolution and social impact of cults and terrorist groups. Students will learn ways to identify and define cults. Using discussions and active learning approaches, students will examine what motivates cults and terrorist groups with a specific lens towards violent activity. The impact of media and globalization will also be discussed. Students will advance their social and cultural understanding and gain awareness of cults in contemporary society. Students in this course will discuss the validity of historical evidence and research historical interpretations of events using relevant and recent sources. Fees: $401.86 September 14 - December 21

CRN 14849

Course delivery is online asynchronous.

Course has additional start and end dates.

Diversity & First Nations

OL244

This course provides students with introductory knowledge about diverse populations, faiths and cultures. In the context of law enforcement, students will be provided tips on dealing with various victimized persons and the mentally ill. Basic concepts such as culture, ethnicity, race, and discrimination are explored with a view to preventing racial profiling. Students are exposed to societal factors that contribute to crime or stereotypes among various populations. Students will reinforce concepts surrounding community policing in the context of diversity. Laws which influence the protection or discrimination of various communities are also explored. Students will be provided introductory knowledge about First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples. Topics include history, socio-economic issues, beliefs, treaties, residential schools and the criminal justice system Fees: $401.86 September 14 - December 21

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OL596

Astronomy is the study of all that which is beyond the Earth. This course examines the visible features of the sky - Moon, Sun, planets, stars, constellations, meteors and galaxies. Students will learn how to ‘navigate across the night sky’ by moving from constellation to constellation in a logical and progressive manner. In addition, students will examine the content of key constellations in detail and develop skills in analyzing and explaining unique astronomical phenomena.

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Astronomy

CRN 14869

Course delivery is online asynchronous.

Wellness for Life

AS220

The physical, emotional, social, intellectual, and spiritual dimensions of health are the focus of this course. Students will be provided with current factual information about a broad range of healthrelated issues including stress, substance abuse, sexuality, fitness, weight management, environmental concerns, and death and dying. As well, students will be actively involved in examining the impact of lifestyle choices upon their own health status. Fees: $286.86 September 8 - December 17

CRN 15491

Course delivery is online asynchronous.

Register Early! Courses can fill fast - if you wait until the last minute to register it may be too late. Don’t miss out or be disappointed! Plan your schedule, choose your courses of interest and register three business days prior to course start unless otherwise noted. Visit www.confederationcollege.ca/ce

OntarioLearn Courses Begin September 14 Monthly intakes may also be available www.confederationcollege.ca/ce/ontariolearn.

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CONTINUING EDUCATION

Part-Time Online Programs in the Health & Community Services Food Service Worker

Hospital Ward Clerk

Board of Governors Certificate (part-time 5600)

Recognition of Achievement (part-time 5055)

The Food Service Worker (FSW) assists with food preparation and safe food handling for many avenues of the food industry. Graduates may find employment in most institutional food preparation settings such as homes for the aged, community based facilities, supportive housing, hospitals and restaurants. This online program will also enhance the skills of people currently employed in an institutional food preparation setting, whether it is a commercial or long-term care facility.

With the Hospital Ward Clerk program at Confederation College, you’ll learn to serve as the point-person for hospital staff, administrators, patients and visitors. Develop strong communication and clerical skills, and learn to respond quickly and sensitively to diverse needs in the fastpaced, often pressure-filled environment of a busy hospital.

6 Courses Course delivery is online asynchronous. For full program information visit: https://www.confederationcollege.ca/ce-program/ food-service-worker

Health Records Clerk Recognition of Achievement (part-time 5073) Learn how to operate a records management program in any healthcare setting with the Health Records Clerk program at Confederation College. With the demand for complex information and the use of automated technologies on the rise, you’ll acquire the skills you need to help organizations manage their information effectively and efficiently. 6 Courses Course delivery is online asynchronous. For full program information visit: https:// www.confederationcollege.ca/ce-program/healthrecords-clerk

7 Courses Course delivery is online asynchronous. For full program information visit: https:// www.confederationcollege.ca/ce-program/hospitalward-clerk

Medical Office Assistant Recognition of Achievement (part-time 5030) The Medical Office Assistant program at Confederation College provides you with the skills and background that healthcare employers are looking for in their support staff. Develop solid clerical, administrative and communication skills for a variety of tasks, including greeting patients, processing intakes, scheduling appointments, arranging diagnostic tests and more. 12 Courses Course delivery is online asynchronous. For full program information visit: https:// www.confederationcollege.ca/ce-program/medicaloffice-assistant

Confederation College... Are you Working Toward a Credential? If you are working toward a credential and don’t see a required course advertised contact us at ce@confederationcollege.ca to find out when it will be offered or to have your name added to an interest list.

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If you have completed the required courses to receive a credential, make sure to go online and complete the Part-Time Request to Graduate form located at: https://www.confederationcollege.ca/pt-request -to-graduate. Fees apply. Let us know what credential you have been working on!


Recognition of Achievement (part-time 5035)

Recognition of Achievement (part-time 5105)

With the Medical Transcriptionist program at Confederation College, you’re highly valuable to healthcare employers looking for superior written communication skills and keyboarding speed and accuracy. With a focus on specialized medical vocabulary and the use of transcription equipment and word-processing software, you’ll learn how to take the spoken word and turn it into a written document.

This online program is designed to enhance the knowledge, skills and attitudes of individuals (RPNs, Orderlies, PSWs, Volunteers, Support Workers, Clergy etc.) who deal with the terminally ill and their families. Students will learn to provide compassionate care in which the quality of remaining life is the objective.

12 Courses Course delivery is online asynchronous. For full program information visit: https://www.confederationcollege.ca/ce-program/ medical-transcriptionist

Nephrology Nursing Recognition of Achievement (part-time 5028) This program prepares nurses to deliver kidney care to affected patients across all stages of the kidney care journey, from early detection through dialysis, palliative care and transplant. Current nurses will learn the knowledge required to promote and deliver competent, safe and ethical care to those at risk for developing or affected by renal disease and/or insufficiency. The curriculum has been designed and developed in accordance with the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) nephrology nursing competencies and standards of practice established by the Canadian Association of Nephrology Nurses and Technologists (CANNT). 6 Courses Course delivery is online asynchronous. For full program information visit: https://www.confederationcollege.ca/ce-program/ nephrology-nursing

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Palliative Care

Medical Transcriptionist

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Part-Time Online Programs in the Health & Community Services

5 Courses Course delivery is online asynchronous. For full program information visit: https://www.confederationcollege.ca/ce-program/ palliative-care

Retirement and Long- Term Care Management Recognition of Achievement (part-time 5019) Due to the aging population and the commitment from the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care to provide long term care beds in Ontario, there is an increasing demand for qualified administrators and general managers. This program targets the skills necessary for administrators working in this sector and provides students with an understanding of the long-term care industry. This program is offered ideally to those candidates with an academic background or managerial experience in a related health or business discipline. 7 Courses Course delivery is online asynchronous. For full program information visit: https://www.confederationcollege.ca/ce program/retirement -and-long-term-caremanagement

Required Courses and Program Information Attention Employers or Sponsors: If you wish to sponsor one or more employees or clients for a specific course or program we can simplify the process for you. Call us for details at 807-475-6550.

For current part-time program information including required courses, admission requirements, and online application visit: www.confederationcollege.ca/ce/ptprograms

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ACADEMIC UPGRADING

www.confederationcollege.ca/academicupgrading

Academic Upgrading Program

Upgrade for work, for college, for life! Free* | Flexible scheduling | On campus or online | Start anytime

Couses Offered: % Communications % Math % Biology % Chemistry % NEW: Physics

% Self-Management/ Self-Direction % ACE Computers % NEW: Intro to Computers

T O D AY E F I L R U YO UPGRADE For more information, please contact: (807) 473-3723 | academicupgrading@confederationcollege.ca www.confederationcollege.ca/academicupgrading *Subject to funding approval. Please call the Academic Upgrading office for mo more information.

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In this course, students will be in introduced to various writing styles with a thematic focus on current issues. This course will help students to express themselves clearly and correctly in written form. Students will engage in reflective writing through critical analysis of assigned readings. Students will express their thoughts and how and why they think that way through the concepts of Reflection, Respect, Realization and Responsibility. The course will also focus on the development of academic writing skills to effectively compile and present research in essay form according to the APA style of documentation. Fees: $286.86 September 8 - December 17

CRN 15492

Course delivery is online asynchronous.

———————————————————— Fees: $286.86 November 1 - February 12

CRN 15493

Course delivery is online asynchronous.

Creative Writing for Beginners

OL902

Beginner writers and those with previous writing experience will hone their skills, benefit from a series of exercises and get involved in creative writing and critical reading. Workshop your own exercises and stories and receive valuable critique from fellow participants and the instructor. Fees: $319.90 September 14 - November 23

CRN 15234

Course delivery is online asynchronous.

Prerequisites Be sure all prerequisites are met before registering

Asynchonous/Synchronous? Asynchronous is a form of independent study where students must adhere to a course schedule and can access to the course material 24/7. An asynchronous online course does not have scheduled live lectures. Synchronous courses have scheduled class times. Students are responsible for attending the lectures at the scheduled times.

Introduction to Intercultural Communication

OL351

Students taking this course will learn the definition of culture and will be introduced to inter-cultural communication theories such as differences in gestures, personal spaces, and customs. By identifying intercultural issues in North American society, student will learn how they can apply intercultural communication theories to their daily lives and how they can respect and understand persons from other cultures. The main objective of this course is to create an environment in which students will feel comfortable communicating with people from different cultures and backgrounds. As part of the course, students will communicate with people from other cultures electronically. This course will be of interest to workers in health services, education, human resources, and business as well as those people who want to enhance their communication skills particularly as they apply to communicating with people from other cultures. Fees: $401.86 September 14 - December 21

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CS050

CONTINUING EDUCATION

College Writing

CRN 14934

Course delivery is online asynchronous.

Professional Writing

CS200

In this blended course offering, students will enhance their professional writing skills to produce routine workplace correspondence. Students will be exposed to handling instant messaging and texting professionally. As well, students will prepare as part of their employment search, resumes and cover letters. Students will combine collaborative methods with advanced research, written, and online presentation skills to produce and present a major formal report. This blended course serves as an equivalent for the required second level communication course for health sciences, community services, and business programs. Fees: $286.86

September 8 - December 17, 2021

CRN 15494

Course delivery is online asynchronous with 1 hour synchronous on Thursdays 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. EST

Please note that many of the courses require a textbook. Visit https://www.confederationcollege.ca/bookstore for textbook information. If you are taking an OntarioLearn (course code starts with OL) course please visit: https://www.confederationcollege.ca/continuing-education/online-learning/ontariolearn/textbooksmaterials.

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Ozone Depletion Prevention

IB802

Canada’s Ozone Layer Protection Awareness Training Program is based on Environment Canada's "Code of Practice for Elimination of Fluorocarbon Emissions in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems". This course will deal with environmentally-correct equipment design, proper handling of refrigerants, and will prepare participants for complying with provincial regulations covering refrigeration and air conditioning systems. Each attendee will receive the Participant Manual to refer to in class and take home. Participants who achieve a mark of 75% or better on the exam will receive an Ozone Depletion Prevention (ODP) card. This card must be renewed every five years for those who purchase or handle refrigerants across Canada. Note: this course is strictly theory and does not incorporate hands-on training. Anyone in residential, commercial, industrial, domestic, automotive and mobile cooling applications would benefit from taking this course. This course is offered via distance education where the instructor will be teaching from home and students must have a computer with internet access along with a microphone and speakers. Attention Employers or Sponsors: If you wish to sponsor one or more employees or clients for a specific course, we can simplify the process for you. Call us for details (807) 475-6550. Fees: $298.89 R. Ongaro Thursdays 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. EST Time September 8 - September 16 CRN 14033 Course delivered online synchronous through Contact North.

Preparatory Physics

OL509

The purpose of this course is to prepare students with the necessary background in Physics to allow them to enter the first year of a College Technician or Technology Program. Fees: $504.31 September 14 - December 21

OL491

Business owners in trades, such as plumbing, automotive service, heating and cooling repair, electrical contracting and carpentry have a difficult task in marketing their business. This course provides a brief overview of selected marketing theory before engaging participants directly in practical exercises on how to improve a trades business though proven marketing strategies. Participants will understand how service marketing in a trades business differs from traditional product marketing, and the enormous impact that the individual’s personal brand has on the company. Through a self-analysis exercise and a competitive analysis, participants will determine where they fit in the market. The importance of networking and referrals will be emphasized. Participants will also consider various messaging and media options that resonate best with trades customers. Finally, participants will consider their specific trade to create a streamlined plan of action to promote their services. Fees: $401.86 September 14 - December 21

CRN 15037

Course delivery is online asynchronous.

Welding - Aircraft D.17 Standard

WE110

This course is designed to train the T.I.G. welder to achieve qualifying status in accordance with AWS standard D17 (Fusion welding for aerospace applications). Each welder will be trained on aluminum and 4130 mild steel as well as theory of the AWS D17 standards latest revision. NOTE: No previous TIG experience required. Classes held in the Dorion building on campus. Wednesday night classes will be 6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. and Saturdays classes will be 8:30 a.m. - 1:30 p. m. Fees: $932.25 September 22 - November 27

M. Fowler CRN 15497

Course delivery is Thunder Bay Campus located in the Dorion Building lab 165

CRN 15250

Course delivery is online asynchronous.

Confederation College... Confederation College reserves the right to cancel workshops and classes in the event of insufficient registration.

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Marketing a Trades Business

Updates Online The material in this publication has been prepared well in advance of the academic session to which it pertains. Although it is the most current and accurate information available at time of printing, updated course offerings are available online at www.confederationc.on.ca/ce


Dental Radiography

Foot Care Nurse Program

This course is designed to familiarize you with the theory and practice of radiation protection and safety techniques to ensure your compliance with the high standards of the Healing Arts Radiation Protection Act of 1984. You will learn to safely operate dental x-ray units and to produce high quality traditional and digital radiographs. You will acquire skills in client management in the identification of normal and abnormal radiographic landmarks, and in the recognition and solution of the common problems that arise in the production of acceptable radiographs. Course theory will be delivered via distance education bi-weekly and you will be required to travel to Thunder Bay for one weekend lab. This course will be offered based on need please email ce@confederationcollege.ca to have your name added to an interest list.

The Foot Care Nurse Clinical course (WR050) is the practicum and second component of the Foot Canada Training course. It is planned to run the week of February 28 to March 5, 2022, however, it will not run without a minimum number of participants. Nurses are expected to complete mentorship and the clinical held at Confederation College on the Thunder Bay campus with an onsite Foot Care Nurse Educator. This program is for nurses who are have previously completed the Part 1 theory pre-requisite through Foot Canada Training online at: https://footcanada.ca/. We also invite current practicing foot care nurses who are interested a refresher to contact us at ce@confederationcollege.ca.

Oil Painting - Intermediate

Check back for the return of more courses - Winter Key out early December

Imagine being part of a community that began with cave painting and continues today, where the paints and brushes have remained the same over the centuries. This intermediate oil painting course, with renowned artist Stephen J. Krasemann, will rely on demonstrations, hands-on painting and individualized attention, and will emphasize both fundamental and specialized techniques. Landscape compositions and their elements will be the focus. Visit Stephen's website at www.krasemannart.com for inspiration and to view his painting technique. Students should have taken Basics of Oil Painting or have knowledge of oil painting techniques prior to registering. Tuesdays 6:30 p.m. -9:30 p.m. EST January 11 - March 29 An additional beginners course is planned to run in Spring 2022 with Intermediate session to follow in the Summer. Stay tuned for the Winter Key for more updates.

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CONTINUING EDUCATION

Continuing Education is anticipating face to face course offerings Winter 2022. Take a look at the courses planned for this winter in accordance with health regulations restrictions being lifted.

Culinary Arts Language Courses including: Spanish for Travelers French Welding Woodworking & Carpentry Welding

If you or someone you know has an idea for a new course or if you have a unique hobby that you would like share and teach others, why not consider teaching with us? Contact us at ce@confederationcollege.ca.

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NORTHWEST EMPLOYMENT WORKS

FREE Offering our great service and support via phone, email and virtually ! Shuniah Bldg, Confederation College Rm C107 1450 Nakina Dr Thunder Bay, ON P7C 4W1

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Schools will be open for information and registration beginning on Monday, August 30, 2020 during regular school hours.

WELCOME

WELCOME

www.lakeheadschools.ca

2021-2022

Year One Orientation: September 1, 2, or 3. Schools will communicate dates and

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SK Grades

1-8 Grades

9-12

times with families directly. Gentle Entry: Schools will communicate dates and times with families directly.

Senior Kindergarten: All students begin Tuesday, September 7, 2021. Students will attend the full day. Elementary School: All students begin Tuesday, September 7, 2021. Students will attend the full day. Secondary School: All students begin Tuesday, September 7, 2021. Additional information may be communicated by the school directly. School Bus Pick up / Drop Off: September 7th (School Start) Busing will follow regular pick up and drop off schedules.

Adult Education

Lakehead Adult Education Centre: Regular Classes begin September 7, 2021. Beginning August 24th, 2021, Lakehead Adult Education Centre will be open for information and registration Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 9:30am12:00pm, and 12:45pm-4:00pm, with extended hours on Wednesdays from 4:30pm7:00pm. Visit lakeheadschools.ca/adult-education for more info.

Dates and times are subject to change. Please continue to monitor lakeheadschools.ca for up-to-date information about all programming. For more information: lakeheadschools.ca (807) 625-5100 @lakeheadschools 1-888-565-1406

Committed to the success of every student

LAKEHEAD PUBLIC SCHOOLS

For transportation information, visit the Student Transportation Services Thunder Bay website: ststb.ca

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KINDERGARTEN We are excited to offer full-time learning for our Kindergarten students in all Lakehead Public Schools. Children who will be 4 on or before December 31st are invited to attend Kindergarten Year One in September.

LAKEHEAD PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Full-day Kindergarten is designed to give your child a stronger start in school and in life by providing an engaging learning program that is based on a child’s natural desire for play. All children enter school capable, competent and ready to learn.

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TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

register.lakeheadschools.ca

KINDERGARTEN

WELCOME TO

The two-year Kindergarten program is designed to create a strong foundation for learning that promotes all areas of a child’s development in an environment that supports learning through relationships, play, exploration and inquiry. We are proud to welcome you to our family!

Register online:

register.lakeheadschools.ca If you require information about school zones or transportation options, please visit www.ststb.ca or call Student Transportation Services Thunder Bay at 625-1660.


Encourage and practice washroom routines like flushing, dressing, and washing hands. Toilet trained by school start is required.

Talk with your child about things you see. Try to spend time each day talking with, and listening to, your child. Conversations build strong oral communications skills.

Invite your child to select and help prepare snack choices that they like to eat. Practice opening and eating from the containers that will be sent to the school for nutrition breaks.

Speak positively to your child and other about starting school. Give your child time to explore the world. Encourage and support your child with self-care skills such as fastening zippers and buttons, dressing themselves, and tying shoes.

register.lakeheadschools.ca

Read aloud with your child every day. Your reading time doesn’t have to be long. 5 to 10 minutes each day is a great way to make reading a regular part of your day.

KINDERGARTEN

It’s time to get ready for the learning adventure!

Kindergarten programs are designed for children to be active both indoors and outdoors. Help your child select footwear and clothing that is comfortable and that will allow them to bend, jump, paint, sit, run, walk, stretch, and get messy! Children will be playing outdoors every day in all seasons, so prepare for a year of all kinds of weather clothing!

LAKEHEAD PUBLIC SCHOOLS

www.ibo.org

IB PROGRAMME

KINDERGARTEN

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ststb.ca Parents / Guardians have an online tool to access their child’s busing information. The safe and confidential Student Transportation Services of Thunder Bay Parent Portal is available for student route and bus stop information.

Four Easy Steps 1

Log In Go to ststb.ca and navigate to “Parent Portal.”

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Enter Birth Date Enter your child’s date of birth.

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Enter OEN (Ontario Education Number) Under “Student Busing Information,” enter the student’s 9-digit OEN which can be found on their report card or by visiting their school.

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Submit Submit all information to view your child’s current bus route number, stop locations, and times.

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First Rider Saturday August 28, 2021, 10am - 2pm Confederation College McIntyre Centre Introducing young children and parents to school bus safety. Take advantage of this opportunity that will allow your child to ride the school bus with confidence and learn the importance of school bus safety. Register for your spot at First Rider online or by contacting our First Rider partner, Iron Range Bus Lines at (807) 345-7387 during the week of August 23rd - 27th, 2021.

Student Safety is our Number One Priority! Kindergarten Year One (JK) busing information can be obtained through your school.

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ADVANCED PLACEMENT

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TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

SStudent Transportation Services Stu of Thunder Bay


At Lakehead Public Schools, we prepare our students for the future through high quality programming. We build our students’ characters through critical thinking, compassion, and inclusion.

Student achievement and well-being is at the heart of what we do, by: • • •

• • •

providing a safe environment that supports 21st century learning; ensuring a caring and inclusive working and learning environment; supporting student mental health and wellness through a board-wide strategic plan; achieving high levels of personal and academic excellence for every student; collaborating with community partners; encouraging effective and efficient supports and services for students and families; and engaging families in respectful and reciprocal communications.

www.lakeheadschools.ca

Lakehead Public Schools | Secondary Advanced Placement College Now | Dual Credits Cooperative Education Four Directions French Immersion Grade 8 Reach Ahead After School Credits Hour Republic | Community Hours Tracker International Baccalaureate Program LPS Foundation LPS International Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program School → College → Work Initiatives Specialist High Skills Major Programs Xello | Web-Based Student Planner

Lakehead Public Schools is proud to present a new informational video series aimed at providing Grade 8 students the information they need as they enter Grade 9. We want our students to be prepared to meet the changes and challenges of beginning high school. Join us as we explore the many facets of high school at Lakehead Public Schools: youtube.com/lakeheadschools | facebook.com/lakeheadschools If you have any questions, or require additional information about any of the programs and services available at our secondary schools, please contact: Westgate CVI 707 James St. South (807) 577-4251 westgate.lakeheadschools.ca

LPS SECONDARY

Welcome | Bienvenue | Biindigen

Superior CVI 333 High St. North (807) 768-7284 superior.lakeheadschools.ca

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FRENCH IMMERSION

LPS Secondary

Hammarskjold HS 80 Clarkson St. South (807) 767-8725 hammarskjold.lakeheadschools.ca

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Students in the IB Programme receive a unique educational experience. IB students will: • •

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be encouraged to think independently and drive their own learning; take part in programmes of education that can lead them to some of the highest ranking universities around the world; become more culturally aware, through the development of a second language; and be able to engage with people in an increasingly globalized, rapidly changing world.

LAKEHEAD PUBLIC SCHOOLS

IB Students Perform Better IB World School students develop strong academic, social and emotional characteristics. They are also likely to perform well academically – often better than students in other programmes. The IB Programme is only offered at Superior Collegiate and Vocational Institute. For more information, contact our IB Coordinator, or visit superior.lakeheadschools.ca and navigate to the IB icon on the webpage.

IB WORLD SCHOOL Ms. Karen Watt IB Coordinator (807) 625-4001

SUPERIOR CVI 333 High St. N Thunder Bay, Ontario superior.lakeheadschools.ca

International Baccalaureate Programme Aiming to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect. | ibo.org

Academic Integrity — Intellectual Promise

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SPECIALIST HIGH SKILLS MAJOR

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IB PROGRAMME

International Baccalaureate Programme


Advanced Placement is a program that offers students the opportunity to participate in a more challenging academic program whose ultimate goal is to give students the option to take standardized Advanced Placement exams in Grade 12. Depending on the results and the university, students may receive advanced standing or university credit in first year.

www.lakeheadschools.ca

Challenge Yourself!

ADVANCED PLACEMENT

ADULT EDUCATION

www.lakeheadschools.ca/adult-education

Advanced Placement

Is AP Right for Me?

Students interested in Advanced Placement will begin taking Pre-AP courses in Grade 9. These courses, in addition to covering The Ontario Curriculum, will be enriched academic courses with the goal of exposing students to the vocabulary and style of AP examinations. It should be noted that students will be evaluated in exactly the same way as students in the regular academic stream; the expectations are not greater. The difference is that students will encounter more sophisticated content. These courses will naturally lead to Grade 12 AP courses, at the end of which the students will have the option of writing the AP Examinations, which occur in May each year. For more information about Advanced Placement, please contact Student Services at your high school.

Westgate Collegiate and Vocational Institute 707 James St. South (807) 577-4251 westgate.lakeheadschools.ca

Superior Collegiate and Vocational Institute 333 High St. North (807) 768-7284 superior.lakeheadschools.ca

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Are you: • an independent and motivated learner with a strong work ethic? • an avid reader and effective communicator? • a strong critical and creative thinker who enjoys solving problems and analyzing how things work? • curious about the world around you and eager to challenge yourself to expand your learning in high school?

Hammarskjold High School 80 Clarkson St. (807) 767-8725 hammarskjold.lakeheadschools.ca

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Je Parle Français High Standards | Quality Educators

LAKEHEAD PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Exceptional Students École Gron Morgan Public School

École Elsie MacGill Public School

174 Marlborough Rd. | (807) 345-1468

130 Churchill Dr. W | (807) 577-6448

Hammarskjold High School

Claude E. Garton Public School

80 Clarkson St. S | (807) 767-1631

414 Grenville Ave. | (807) 683-6289

Faire des amitiés durables. For more information: lakeheadschools.ca (807) 625-5100 1-888-565-1406 @lakeheadschools

Committed to the success of every student

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ADULT EDUCATION

Lakehead Public Schools values the study of both official languages. The French Immersion program enables sstudents to effectively develop skills in EEnglish and French in all subject areas. SStudents begin their French Immersion experience in Kindergarten Year Two (SK). French Immersion Students, through study in a balanced curricular program, learn to think and speak in a way that will allow them to succeed in w the future.

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French Immersion


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FOUR DIRECTIONS

Four D Directions Graduation Gra Coach Th Four Directions First Nations, Métis, The and a Inuit Graduation Coach Approach has an been be implemented in all Lakehead Public Secondary Schools. “Four Directions isn’t a program; it’s an approach - a different way of working to support students while increasing capacity and culture within a school. It is my mission to assist in the development of Indigenous leaders and professionals within all fields of work so that our children see a reflection of themselves everywhere they go.” - Precious Anderson, Four Directions Graduation Coach

• • • • • • • • •

establishing trusting relationships with students, families, staff, and communities; identifying and removing barriers to student success; providing guidance and support to identify pathways based on individualized strengths and interests; ensuring ongoing, open dialogue with families; helping to develop inclusive learning spaces where students feel supported and successful; providing access to resources that foster a sense of belonging; advocating for students within the Circle of Caring Adults; facilitating access to tutoring, community supports, course planning, and mentorship for students; and collaborating with school staff, families, and community partners to foster success for students. For more information about the program, please contact:

LPS Student Success

Hammarskjold HS

Superior CVI

Westgate CVI

(807) 625-5104

(807) 767-1631

(807) 768-7284

(807) 577-4251

LAKEHEAD PUBLIC SCHOOLS

The role of the Four Directions Graduation Coach includes, but is not limited to:

Committed to the success of every student

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SPECIALIST HIGH SKILLS MAJOR

Specialist High Skills Major Programs 2021 Aviation & Aerospace Westgate CVI

Arts & Culture Westgate CVI

Business Westgate CVI

Justice, Community Safety & Emergency Services Manufacturing Superior CVI

Construction

Health & Wellness Superior CVI

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Westgate CVI

Hammarskjold HS

Hammarskjold HS

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Hospitality & Tourism

Manufacturing Westgate CVI

Transportation Westgate CVI

To find out more about the SHSM Program that interests you, visit your Guidance Counsellor!

For more information: lakeheadschools.ca (807) 625-5100 1-888-565-1406

@lakeheadschools @ @lakehe lakeheea

Committed to the success of every student


ADULT EDUCATION

www.lakeheadschools.ca/adult-education

Lakehead Adult Education Centre Welcome! Pre-registration for the 2021-2022 school year will be available online from July 5, 2021 to August 23, 2021 on our website: lakeheadschools.ca/adult-education/

In-person Registration will begin August 24, 2021 and will be ongoing throughout the school year. Registration times are as follows: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays 9:30am to 12:00pm and 12:45pm to 4:00pm Wednesday evenings 4:30pm to 7:00pm Lakehead Adult Education Centre

LAKEHEAD PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Beginning August 23, 2021, our office staff will reach out to any students who have pre-registered for the school year and will book them appointments (in-person) with guidance.

125 Lillie St. S, Thunder Bay, ON P7E 2A3 (807) 625-5145 | 1-877-625-5145 (Toll Free) lakeheadschools.ca/adult-education facebook.com/LakeheadAdultEducationCentre

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ADULT EDUCATION

www.lakeheadschools.ca/adult-education

Lakehead Adult Education Centre

Credit Programming for 2021-2022 Direct Instruction Classes (begins September 7, 2021) Attendance is mandatory for all direct instruction classes.

Hybrid Classes (begins September 7, 2021)

Hybrid programming requires weekly checkGLS 4O ins from students either Grade 12 Advanced Learning online or face to face with Strategies their teachers. MEL 3E Grade 11 Workplace Math DCO 3O Grade 11 Co-operative OLC 4O Education Grade 12 Literacy Course ENG 3C PLAR (Prior Learning Assessment Grade 11 College English

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and Recognition) Grades 9/10

ENG 4C Grade 12 College English MBF 3C Grade 11 College Math MAP 4C Grade 12 College Math

Self-Study Classes (begins September 14, 2021) All courses consist of 20 activities and an exam. A list of available courses will be available to students at the time of registration, as well as their teacher’s schedule and contact information. Maturity Evaluations All adult students who are 18+ are eligible to be assessed for a maturity evaluation or the PLAR (Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition) process. For more information, please speak to our guidance counsellor.

Please Note: Course offerings may be subject to change or cancellation

Lakehead Adult Education Centre 125 Lillie St. S, Thunder Bay, ON P7E 2A3 (807) 625-5145 | 1-877-625-5145 (Toll Free) lakeheadschools.ca/adult-education facebook.com/LakeheadAdultEducationCentre

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ADULT EDUCATION

www.lakeheadschools.ca/adult-education

Lakehead Adult Education Centre Learn English Online learning with personalized support in your community. Non-credit English as a Second Language Programming - begins September 7, 2021. Daytime and evening programming available online and in-person.

First language is not English, 18 years of age or older, and one of the following: Canadian citizen (born outside Canada) Permanent resident Convention refugee Refugee claimant Provincial nominee Canadian Experience Class participant Live-in Caregiver Program participant

Lakehead Adult Education Centre

LAKEHEAD PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Eligibility requirements:

125 Lillie St. S, Thunder Bay, ON P7E 2A3 (807) 625-5145 | 1-877-625-5145 (Toll Free) lakeheadschools.ca/adult-education facebook.com/LakeheadAdultEducationCentre

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HERITAGE LANGUAGES

Heritage Language for Children Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8

Free Classes

Elementary school children are invited to learn or improve a heritage language listed below.

LAKEHEAD PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Heritage Language Programming Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8 Pre-registration for all Heritage Language programming will be available online beginning August 23, 2021. Languages offered: • Finnish • Karen • Mandarin All programming is dependent on enrolment. Please visit our website for more information. Lakehead Adult Education Centre 125 Lillie St. S, Thunder Bay, ON P7E 2A3 (807) 625-5145 | 1-877-625-5145 (Toll Free) lakeheadschools.ca/adult-education facebook.com/LakeheadAdultEducationCentre

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PROGRAMS

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www.thunderbay.ca/parks

Golf Thunder Bay Division www.golfthunderbay.ca

Recreation & Culture

P.A.L Card ..........................................................47 Public Skating ....................................................51

Registration Information ........................................................42

National Coaches Week ....................................50

Children & Youth Junior Inclusion Services ....................................46 Neighbourhood Recreation Program..................48 P.R.O. Kids ....................................................49-50 Youth Move ........................................................45

Canada Games Complex

Older Adults 55 Plus Centres ............................................55-62

Lifesaving Society Swim Instructor ....................73

Community Interest Adult Community Fitness..............................43-44 Community Centres ......................................52-54

Registration Procedure ......................................63

Event Services ....................................................51

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Recreation & Culture Division

Aquatic Lifesaving, Lifeguarding and Leadership Programs ..................................72 Child & Youth Programs ................................67-68 Health and Wellness Programming ..............64-66 Learn to Swim Programs ....................................71

Community Aquatics General Information ............................................76

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HOW TO REGISTER

How to Register 55 Plus Program Registration will begin August 11. All other program registrations begin August 16. *NEW* Online Registration Visit www.thunderbay.ca/register to learn more about our new option of online registration and to set up your account! If you need help setting up your account or have trouble registering online, please call the facility at the numbers listed below.

Call the Registration Hotline at 625-TIME (8463) or Toll Free at 1-844-288-4700 After hours or when a registration agent is not available to take your call, you will be forwarded to voice mail or you can call one of the facilities listed below directly. Phone numbers are listed. We will need: the course name & code, participant name, address & postal code, date of birth & phone numbers. When we call back please have your Visa or Mastercard number and expiry date ready. Do not leave credit card information on the voicemail. Payment is required at the time of registration. If a credit card is not available, please call 625-8463 to schedule an appointment for in-person payment.

Call a Facility Directly 55 Plus Centre @ 684-3066 • Victoriaville Civic Center @ 625-2351 Volunteer Pool @ 345-5143 • Canada Games Complex @ 684-3333

General Registration Information • Most programs have limited registration done on a first come, first served basis. • Payment in full must accompany registration

Withdrawal Policy If you wish to withdraw from a program, you must call 625-8463. Program registration withdrawals can’t be processed online.

CITY OF THUNDER BAY

Satisfaction Guaranteed We sincerely hope that you enjoy our programs. If not completely satisfied with your programs, please speak to the Supervisor of the program area before the SECOND class to receive a full refund. Refunds granted after the second class are pro-rated. Medical certificates may be required. No refunds after mid-point of programs.

Services for People With a Disability • The Community Services Department works to improve the availability and accessibility of recreation for people of all ages and abilities. Information and program support is provided to assist people with a disability to participate in recreation activities. For more information, please call 625-3220 (Children & Youth) or 6843338 (Adults) or the the TTY Relay Service at 711. • Alternative formats of program information can be requested by contacting the Community Services Department. • Support Person – No fee if supporting a person with a PAL (Personal Attendant for Leisure) Card. • Service Animals – Permitted in all City facilities unless otherwise excluded by law from the premises. If animal is excluded by law, contact facility for staff to arrange for alternate provision of services. Staff may ask for service animal ID. • Assistive Devices – Use of these devices by people with disabilities is permitted in City facilities.

Subsidization The RECREATION & CULTURE DIVISION has a policy to assist people who wish to participate in its instructional programs. If you require assistance with program fees, you must contact the Program Supervisor at 625-2351. This policy applies to registered programs directly administered by the Recreation & Culture Division. Children may apply for program assistance through P.R.O. Kids. For information call 625-3212.

Receipts If you need a copy of a receipt, please call 625-2351.

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COVID-19 Disclaimer: Due to COVID-19 impacts, please note that programs and services listed in the City’s section are subject to change/cancellation for the health and safety of participants. Please visit the City’s website for updates or call 625-2351.


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YOUTH MOVE

www.thunderbay.ca/youth

Youth Move welcomes anyone between the ages of 10 to 18 looking for a place to hangout, meet some new friends, and try new things! We offer drop-in, virtual, and special events for youth.

Fall 2021 Drop-In: Drop in for food, gaming, hanging out, outdoor sports, arts & crafts and much more. No registration necessary.

Event

Date

Sailing with Sail Superior Let’s Make a Lava Lamp!

Other Drop-In Locations to be Confirmed Virtual Events*Free

Time/Location

Cost

Event

Sat, Sept 11 The Marina, 2-4pm

$20

Back-to-School Snack Recipes

Fri, Sept 17

Kinsmen, 5-7 pm

FREE Canadian Cooking Night

Rock Climbing

Sat, Sept 25

Boulder Bear, 1-3pm

$5

DIY T-Shirt Tote Bag

Gammondale Farm (Pumpkinfest)

Sat, Oct 9

Gammondale , 12-3pm

$10

Painted Lanterns

DIY Bedroom Rug

Fri, Oct 15

Kinsmen, 5-8 pm

FREE Homemade Mug Cakes

Haunted Fort

Fri, Sat. Oct 22+23

Fort William - Time TBD

$5

Halloween Party

Fri, Oct 22

Kinsmen, 6-8 pm

FREE Leaf Candle Jars

Thu, Oct 14 5:30-7pm

Get Your Art On

Fri, Nov 5

Kinsmen, 5-7 pm

FREE DIY Halloween Decorations

Thu, Oct 21 5:30-7pm

Indigenous Art Paint Nite

Sat, Nov 13

Kinsmen, 1-3pm

$15

Bowling Night

Fri, Dec 3

Galaxy Lanes, 5:30-8pm

Nailed It Challenge

Fri, Dec 10

Kinsmen, 5:30-8pm FREE

Holiday Party

Sat, Dec 18 Kinsmen, 4-8pm

All programming is subject to change pending Covid-19 response. Information about Drop-In and registration for Virtual Events and Special Events can be found on our website: https://www.thunderbay.ca/en/recreation/ youth-programs.aspx and on Facebook: Facebook.com/CityofThunderBayYouth

$5

Thanksgiving Holiday Apps

Halloween Cookie Night Explore the world: Indian Cooking Remembrance Day Stained Glass Craft

Date

Time

Thu, Sept 2

5:30-7pm

Thu, Sept 9

5:30-7pm

Thu, Sept 16

5:30-7pm

Thu, Sept 23

5:30-7pm

Thu, Sept 30 5:30-7pm Thu, Oct 7

5:30-7pm

Thu, Oct 28

5:30-7pm

Thu, Nov 4

5:30-7pm

Thu, Nov 11 5:30-7pm Thu, Nov 18

5:30-7pm

DIY Lip Balm

Thu, Nov 25

5:30-7pm

Homemade Thai Food

Thu, Dec 2

5:30-7pm

Pop Up Holiday Cards

Thu, Dec 9

5:30-7pm

Homemade Holiday Cookies

Thu, Dec 16

5:30-7pm

FREE DIY Slime Night

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In-Person Special Events

Kinsmen Youth Centre: Mon.- Fri. 3:00pm-7:30pm

facebook.com/cityofthunderbayyouth instagram.com/youthmovetbay/

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JUNIOR INCLUSION SERVICES

Meet Friends, Have Fun, Participate!

Facilitating the inclusion inclu of Children & Youth with disabilities in the t Recreation & Culture Divisions’ Programming

Join us in one of these programs:

• JIS support is FREE! (not including registration fees)

JIS FACTS

CITY OF THUNDER BAY

Join us this ffall for one-on-one support!

• A site or virtual visit will be conducted prior to the start of support.

• To initially apply for JIS, complete a Participant Intake Form (thunderbay.ca/jis)

• The Request List for support in Winter Programming opens November 8th

NOTE: Due to COVID-19, program dates, times and locations will be announced at a later date. Please check website (www.thunderbay.ca/kids) or our Facebook Page (@ChildrenYouthThunderBay) for confirmed programming.

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Visit www.thunderbay.ca/jis or call 626-6565 for more information


PAL CARD

www.thunderbay.ca/pal

A P.A.L. Card is used by a person with a disability to enable their support person access to a facility that accepts the P.A.L Card at no cost the support person.

(807) 626 - 6565 (Under 18) or (807) 684 - 3338 (19 and older) For an up to date listing of facilities that accept the P.A.L. Card please visit www.thunderbay.ca/pal

The P.A.L. Card cannot be used on specialized transit and City Transit. Please call 684-3744 for information on their Transit I.D. Card.

CITY OF THUNDER BAY

P.A.L Card applications are available at Victoriaville Civic Centre, Online at www.thunderbay.ca/pal or by calling:

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NEIGHBOURHOOD REC PROGRAM

NRP is a free, inclusive registered recreation program for children in Grades 1-6 offered in the City of Thunder Bay. Participants must attend the same school where they are attending NRP. NRP runs on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

CITY OF THUNDER BAY

Join our staff after the bell for crafts, games, activities and sports, as well as a daily snack! NRP starts at the school’s dismissal and runs for three hours. Our Leaders are trained in First Aid, the High Five Principles of Healthy Childhood Development, Behaviour Management, Inclusion, and more. To register call 625-8463 or register through your Perfect Mind account. For more information on registering visit www.thunderbay.ca/register

• If you are interested in accessing JIS, please call 626-6565 before registering.

For Program information: Call 625-2954, e-mail nrp@thunderbay.ca or visit thunderbay.ca (Recreation/Children and Youth)

Neighbourhood Recreation Program locations, dates, times and capacity are all subject to change due to COVID-19 response. Please check website (www.thunderbay.ca/kids) or our Facebook Page (@ChildrenYouthThunderBay) for confirmed programming.

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• Junior Inclusion Services facilitates the inclusion of participants with disabilities in our programs.

What we are doing to prevent the spread of COVID-19 • Limiting site capacity • Daily participant and staff screening • Enhanced cleaning and handwashing • Pick up procedure has changed so parents/ guardians are not entering the school • Masks will be worn by participants in grade 4 and up and encouraged for grade 1-3


APPLY ONLINE

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Many thanks to all our partners who donate spaces in their programs to PRO Kids!

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www.prokidsthunderbay.ca

CITY OF THUNDER BAY

Making it possible for children and youth to get involved in activities when families cannot afford the fees.

September 18-26, 2021

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For more information on National Coaches Week, please visit

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CONTACT EVENT SERVICES FOR:

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Organizers of local tournaments, championships, festivals & other community events now have “one window” for accessing City of Thunder Bay services. …MAKE US YOUR FIRST CALL!

EVENT SERVICES

ATTENTION… EVENT ORGANIZERS!

• Municipal licences and permits related to staging an event including applications for a Special Event Licence, Temporary Street Closure, Parks Permit, Fire Services permit • Event Development Grant funding – application deadline October 12, 2021 • Bookings of City parks and site maps • Equipment loan program and stage rentals • Promote your event on the City event calendar, website and Event Services newsletter • Visitor information packages available for tourists attending events • Opportunities to attend workshops and networking events • Event Planning Guide • Event management advice and support • Other event-related requests to the City

EVENT SERVICES

PUBLIC SKATING 2021-2022

Meet Me At The Rink Weekly Public Skates Weekly Adult Only Public Skates Learn to Sledge Sledge Skating Holiday Skates PD Day Skates

For dates, times and arenas visit us at thunderbay.ca/publicskating or call 631-6135

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Look for more Fall Programming Information in this issue of The Key for Jumbo Gardens CC and West Arthur CC. .


trisha.heino@thunderbay.ca

To register call 625-8463 or online at http://cityofthunderbay.perfectmind.com * Activities are subject to change/cancellation due to COVID-19. *

Yoga Flow - Kelly R. Wednesdays 1:30 - 2:30pm 1229 - Sept 13 - Oct 24 $36.00 1237 - Oct 25 - Dec 5 $36.00 Postures are linked together creating a graceful “flow”. Strong Nation - Gloria R. Tuesdays 6:00 - 7:00pm 1228 - Sept 13 - Oct 24 $36.00 1236 - Oct 25 - Dec 5 $36.00 Reach your fitness goals faster. No equipment needed just bring your “game face”, a mat and water. Groove Fitness - Gloria R Thursdays 6:00 - 7:00pm 1232 - Sept 13 - Oct 24 $36.00 1240 - Oct 25 - Dec 5 $36.00 A dance based fitness class without complex choreography to memorize. Beginner Fitness - Susan Thursdays 11:30 - 12:30pm 1231 - Sept 13 - Oct 24 $36.00 1239 - Oct 25 - Dec 5 $36.00 Get moving, experience fitness and stress relief while feeling great from the inside out.

Zumba - Share S-B. Tuesdays 12:00 - 1:00pm 1227 - Sept 13 - Oct 24 $36.00 1235 - Oct 25 - Dec 5 $36.00 Join Share for the Zumba party. Share will have you dancing and laughing in no time.You will sweat to the beat of the latin music. Bender Ball Fusion - Candace L. Wednesdays 7:15 - 8:15pm 1230 - Sept 13 - Oct 24 $36.00 1238 - Oct 25 - Dec 5 $36.00 A great addition to your fitness regime as it focuses on range of motion, strength, cardio and balance.

OTHER FALL PROGRAM OPPORTUNITIES Visit our website for more information on other programs at Jumbo Gardens Community Centre. Insanity Live with Tanis P. Dance with Lynda D. Fitness with Lynda D. Seniors Programming with Nancy A.

www.thunderbay.ca/communitycentres

Jumbo Gardens Community Centre

COMMUNITY CENTRES

thunderbay.ca/jumbogardenscc

RECREATION & CULTURE

(807) 631-6135

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COMMUNITY CENTRES

West Arthur Community Centre Facility Rentals - 625-2304 Space is available for family events, meetings and programs. Insurance is required for renters and user groups.

Fall Programming Opportunities Visit our website for other programming Table Tennis Art Classes

Yoga with Kelly - $36.00 for 6 weeks to register call 625-8436 or online http://cityofthunderbay.perfectmind.com Spaces are limited, minimum registration is required.

All Levels Yoga Yoga Flow Tuesday 5:30 - 6:30pm Wednesday 6:00 - 7:00pm Activities are subject to change / cancellation #1225 Sept 13 - Oct 24 #1226 Sept 13 - Oct 24 due to COVID-19. #1233 Oct 25 - Dec 5 #1234 Oct 25 - Dec 5

1914 West Arthur St. 577-6661

RECREATION & CULTURE

trisha.heino@thunderbay.ca

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FALL SESSION OF REGISTERED PROGRAMS

The Fall Session begins on Monday, September 13

www.thunderbay.ca/55plus

PLUS CENTRE

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE

T H U N D E R B AY

55 Plus Registration starts on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11 at 8:30 am (NO REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED BEFORE THIS TIME)

REGISTRATION PROCESS 1. Register by calling the registration Hotline at 625-8463. 2. Our New Online Registration system: www.cityofthunderbay.perfectmind.com

RECREATION & CULTURE

Please read through the description of your class for further information Centre Closed October 11 & November 11

Login using your email and password or create an account (try using forgot password to check if an account was already created for you). View and register for your classes online. If you are having trouble setting up your account or using the system, please call the help line at 625-3738 or 630-1691 (Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm) - You must pay with VISA or MasterCard -

Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centres 700 River Street & 1914 W. Arthur Street There is no membership fee to participate. Open to everyone 55 plus or better!

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www.thunderbay.ca/55plus

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE

RECREATION & CULTURE

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE, 700 RIVER STREET T H U N D E R B AY

PLUS CENTRE

FALL 2021 REGISTERED PROGRAMS Programs start the week of Monday, September 13, 2021 HST NOT INCLUDED IN PRICE. No Punch Cards accepted at this time.

FITNESS , YOGA & WELLNESS CLASS ACTIVITY

LOW IMPACT AEROBICS

CODE

DAY

00001327

MON & WED SEPT 13 – DEC 8

No Classes on October 11 & November 11 (Centre Closed) TIME

INSTRUCTOR

FEE*

1:30 – 2:30 pm L. Mork-Geurts $127.50

A gentle warm-up, 20 minutes of a low impact aerobic cardio workout, use of light hand weights, bands and other equipment. TUES&THURS SEPT14– DEC9 8:35 – 9:15 am L. Mork-Geurts $100 SAT SEPT 18 – 00001334 11 – 11:45 am L. Mork-Geurts $52 FUSION FITNESS DEC 11 This class will fuse all the movements of YOGA and PILATES together. You will metabolize, gain muscle and get into waist management in this amped up Body Resistance Workout...no weights...just sweat and smiles! All you need is a yoga mat, chair, water bottle and towel. Suitable for beginners and strong seniors as well.

FUSION FITNESS

00001328

MORNING ENERGIZER GOLD

00001329

MON, WED & FRI SEPT 13 – DEC 10

MORNING ENERGIZER GOLD

00001330

MON, WED & FRI SEPT 13 – DEC 10

8:35-9:35 am L. Mork-Geurts $193.80 10 – 11 am

L. Mork-Geurts $193.80

With a mix of cardio, stretching, & toning using a variety of equipment, get moving to some fantastic music and get your morning energized!

EVENING ENERGIZER GOLD

00001331

MON & THURS SEPT 13 – DEC 9

5:15 – 6:15 pm L. Mork-Geurts $127.50

With a mix of cardio, stretching, & toning using a variety of equipment and get moving to some fantastic music!

F.I.T. (FUNCTIONAL INTERVAL 00001364 TRAINING)

TUES & FRI SEPT 14- DEC 10

1:30 – 2:30 pm A. Parr

$132.60

Learn to work the core, become strong from the inside out. Specific exercise taught to strengthen weak muscles, ligaments and tendons, correct balance, alignment & posture. This progressive class will challenge cardiovascular & muscular strength, endurance, flexibility, co-ordination and agility.

BENDER BALL

00001362

THURS SEPT 16 – DEC 9

1 - 2 pm

A. Parr

$61.20

This low impact class uses the little ball that does it all! Bender Balls are highly effective for strengthening your core muscles, relaxing tight muscles, increasing your range of motion, improving your posture & body awareness. All levels welcome

METABOLIC POLE WALKING

00001363

WED SEPT 15 – DEC 8

12:30 - 1:30 pm A. Parr

$66.30

If you enjoy walking outdoors, join this fun group and learn how to use proper techniques for pole walking and all the numerous benefits that come with it! Weather permitting; you will walk at various outdoor trails around the city. First class takes place at the Centre, meet outside on the back patio.

SIMPLY STRETCHING

00001332

TUES & THURS SEPT 14 – DEC 9

SIMPLY STRETCHING

00001333

SAT SEPT 18 – DEC 11 9:30 – 10:30 am L. Mork-Geurts $66.30

9:45 – 10:45 am L. Mork-Geurts $127.50

This beginner stretch class will start your day with flowing movements of Tai chi, energizing postures of Yoga and gentle stability of Pilates. All fitness levels welcome in this fun and functional class.

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ACTIVITY

No Classes on October 11 & November 11 (Centre Closed)

CODE

DAY

TIME

YOGA

00001335

MON & WED SEPT 13- DEC 8

11:30am– 12:30 pm

YOGA EVENING YOGA

00001365

INSTRUCTOR

FEE*

I. Hauta

$127.50

TUES & FRI 000001361 SEPT 14- DEC 10

11am–12 pm I. Hauta

$132.60

MON & WED SEPT 13 – DEC 8

6:30 – 7:30 pm I. Hauta

$127.50

SUN 00001366 SEPT 19 3 – 4 pm I. Hauta $66.30 – DEC 12 Yoga is gentle movement through stretches and postures. This class is designed for those with some previous yoga experience but not necessary. Expanding upon learned yoga movements and offering a few more yoga positions. Please note that all positions can be modified to meet participant’s needs.

SUNDAY YOGA

ZUMBA GOLD

00001369

TUES SEPT 14 – DEC 7

ZUMBA GOLD

00001370

SAT SEPT 18 – DEC 11 10:30 – 11:30 am K. Gorst-Vigliarolo $66.30

2:30 – 3:30 pm K. Gorst-Vigliarolo $66.30

www.thunderbay.ca/55plus

FITNESS , YOGA & WELLNESS CLASS

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE, 700 RIVER STREET

Are you ready to party yourself into shape? Join the fitness class that is fun, full of energy and tailored to people 55 Plus! Groove your way to a more healthy you! This program is exhilarating, effective and easy to follow.

HOOP IT UP!

00001382

FRI SEPT 17 – DEC 10

11:30 am – 12:30 pm

L. Mork-Geurts

$66.30

JUST FOR GUYS FITNESS

00001359

MON & WED SEPT 13-DEC 8

9 - 10 am

D. Ortgiese

$127.50

JUST FOR GUYS FITNESS

00001360

TUES & THURS SEPT 14-DEC 9

9 – 10 am

D. Ortgiese

$127.50

Help increase your cardiovascular fitness level along with toning and stretching. You will use a variety of equipment to help you reach those fitness goals! This class is geared towards men only.

FELDENKRAIS METHOD

00001383

FRI SEPT 17 – DEC 10

11 am - 12 pm

O. Reimer

$78

Lying down, participants engage in precisely structured movements that involve thinking, sensing, moving and imagining. Lessons consist of comfortable, easy movements that gradually develop into greater range and complexity. This challenges the body and brain to new ways of understanding in the way your body moves.

JOY OF LATIN LINE DANCING – BEGINNER

00001384

THURS SEPT 16- DEC 9

9 – 10 am

A. Del Rosario

$61.20

RECREATION & CULTURE

In this fun class, use a hula hoop as an exercise tool for stretching, strengthening and to help you improve your balance and flexibility.

Line dancing isn't just country and western anymore! It's modern, sophisticated, flowing waltz and night club rhythm with Latin flavour. It is FUN, GREAT EXERCISE and YOU DON'T NEED A PARTNER. Learn new and traditional line dances in a comfortable, welcoming class. For beginners and those who feel they have two left feet.

JOY OF LATIN LINE DANCING – INTERMEDIATE

00001385

THURS SEPT 16- DEC 9

10:30 – 11:30 am A. Del Rosario

$61.20

If you have already taken the Joy of Line Dancing at the beginner level, it is time to move on to the next steps…..enjoy moving and grooving with Armin with new moves and more complex steps.

MEDITATION FOR BEGINNERS 00001398

WED SEPT 15 – DEC 8

12 – 1 pm

K. Makinen

$66.30

Join our certified yoga teacher to embrace the power of meditation in this beginner class. Learn the art of breathing, focusing and find your inner calm.

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THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE, 700 RIVER STREET

FITNESS , YOGA & WELLNESS CLASS ACTIVITY

MEDITATION - ADVANCED

CODE 00001397

DAY

No Classes on October 11 & November 11 (Centre Closed) TIME

INSTRUCTOR

WED SEPT 15 – DEC 8 10:30 – 11:30 am K. Makinen

FEE* $66.30

If you previously enjoyed beginner meditation, get ready to take your skills up a notch with our advanced classes. Must have taken beginner meditation previously.

SIT AND BE FIT

00001394

MON SEPT 13 – DEC 6

SIT AND BE FIT

00001395

THURS SEPT 16 – DEC 9

11:30 am 12:30 pm

L. Young

$61.20

10:30 – 11:30 am L. Young

$61.20

This gentle seated exercise class is perfect for those just starting a fitness program or reintroducing fitness into their lives. It includes rhythmic movement, range of motion, strength and stretching exercises.

CHAIR/SEATED YOGA

00001399

TUES

9:30– 10:30 am K. Makinen

$66.30

CHAIR/SEATED YOGA

00001400

TUES

11 am– 12 pm K. Makinen

$66.30

CHAIR/SEATED YOGA

00001396

WED

9 – 10 am

K. Makinen

$66.30

CHAIR/SEATED YOGA

00001401

FRI

9 – 10 am

K. Makinen

$66.30

RECREATION & CULTURE

Chair Yoga - one hour of stretching, toning, breathing exercises, smiling and laughing. Using the chair, we learn basic yoga postures and breathing techniques designed to de-stress, strengthen and bring flexibility to your body and mind. All levels of ability welcome. Level 2 same as level 1 in addition more balancing postures.

KEEP MOVING WITH PARKINSON’S 00001358

MON & WED SEPT 13 – DEC 8

KEEP MOVING WITH PARKINSON’S 00001402

FRI SEPT 17 – DEC 10

11:15 am – 12:15 pm

K. Gorst-Vigliarolo $127.50

9:15 – 10:15 am D. Ortgiese

$66.30

This class is specifically designed for those with Parkinson’s Disease. Includes aerobic conditioning, functional strengthening, and mobility and balance exercises. Must have been assessed by St. Joe’s, call St. Joe’s at 346-2334.

STRENGTH IN MOTION

00001356

MON SEPT 13 – DEC 6

10 – 11 am

K. Gorst-Vigliarolo $61.20

STRENGTH IN MOTION

00001357

WED SEPT 15- DEC 8

10 – 11 am

K. Gorst-Vigliarolo $66.30

Join us for an easy-to-follow work out that includes exercises designed to increase flexibility, joint stability, balance, coordination and muscular strength. You can use a chair for support if needed.

SOLID GOLD FITNESS

00001622

WED

5:15 - 6:15 pm

L. Winter

$61.20

A high energy fitness workout for your core and upper body strength as well as cardio, balance, glutes and abs; using weights, bands, balls and more all set to your favorite solid gold tunes!

FUNCTIONALLY FIT

00001623

TUES

10:30 – 11:30am L. Winter

$61.20

Functional Fitness trains your whole body for real life activities, such as stairs, getting up off the floor, carrying groceries and more; allowing you to maintain your independence longer. Standing movements, mat work and light weights will be used.

YOGA FIT – HATHA YOGA

00001403

WED & FRI SEPT 15 – DEC 1

Levanto 10:30am-12pm M. Gleeson

$156

An intermediate fitness class with yoga moves as a base. Focus is on balance, coordination, stretching and strengthening using movement and strength training.

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ACTIVITY

*NEW* GETTING TO THE CORE

CODE

DAY

00001611

TUES & THURS OCT 5 - DEC 9

No Classes on October 11 & November 11 (Centre Closed) TIME

INSTRUCTOR

FEE*

6:30 – 7:30 pm G. Hoogsteen

$102

This cardio interval exercise focuses on strengthening the core while burning belly fat, and getting a great cardio workout. Made up of warmup, cardio/muscle training and cool down/stretching, and is for everyone!

TAI CHI - ADVANCING

00001386

MON & THURS SEPT 13 – DEC 9 10:30 am – 12 pm O. Reimer

$146.40

First you will work on beginning forms, then move on to advanced. The emphasis will be on refining movements to make them more relaxed, efficient and enjoyable and on cultivating inner calm and focus.

WHOLE BODY TAIJI QIGONG

00001414

FRI SEPT 17 – DEC 10

11 am – 12 pm S. MacKenzie

$66.30

This class is a good introduction to Taiji and Qigong but will also enhance the health benefits of those who already practice Taiji. This class encompasses unique whole body moves, along with warm up and cools down routines.

TAIJI – QIGONG – 6 FORMS

00001415

THURS SEPT 16 – DEC 9

12:15 – 1:15 pm S. MacKenzie

$61.20

www.thunderbay.ca/55plus

FITNESS , YOGA & WELLNESS CLASS

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE, 700 RIVER STREET

Taiji Qigong is a combination of the ancient Chinese forms of Taiji and Qigong. Mental concentration and calmness are developed as one practice’s these forms. They can also be done standing or in a seated position.

WORKSHOPS - taking place at the Thunder Bay 55 Plus – 700 River Street ACTIVITY

KNITTING – CLINIC

CODE 00001490

DAY TUESDAYS OCT 5 & 12

TIME 1 – 4 pm

INSTRUCTOR

FEE*

M. Duncan

$60

Brush up on your knitting skills and learn some new techniques with this 2 day workshop. You will learn the bind off methods, cast on methods, finishing basics and more. Not for beginners, must have some knitting skills already.

KNITTING - SWEATER

00001491

TUESDAYS OCT 26 – NOV 9

1 – 4 pm

M. Duncan

$90

This workshop is for the beginner to intermediate knitter. You will learn to make a top down sweater with no seams to sew. Instructor will contact with a list of supplies needed before the class.

SUNSET PAINTING

00001570

FRI, SEPT 17

1 – 3 pm

F. Valenzuela

$35

F. Valenzuela

$164

Using acrylic paint and a stencil, you will paint on a canvas and end with a sunset landscape. Supplies included.

COLD PORCELAIN PROGRAM

00001571

FRI, NOV 5 - 26

1 – 3 pm

RECREATION & CULTURE

No Classes on October 11 & November 11 (Centre Closed)

During this 4 weeks program, you will learn to use the clay, how to dye it, store it, glue, protect and use tools and molds, finally ending with a few projects and many different elements you can do with this material. Includes all supplies, including a full bag of clay to work with.

COLD PORCELAIN COOKIE JAR

00001572

FRI, OCT 22

1 – 4 pm

F. Valenzuela

$35

Working with porcelain clay, you will learn to use the cold porcelain and mold different shapes of cookies and sweets to attach to your pot. All supplies included.

DECOUPAGE PUMPKINS

00001573

FRI, OCT 8

1 – 4 pm

F. Valenzuela

$32

DECOUPAGE PUMPKINS

00001574

FRI, OCT 1

1 – 4 pm

F. Valenzuela

$32

You will learn the decoupage technique and make 2 – 3 decorative and festive pumpkins.

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THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE, 700 RIVER STREET

Visual Arts ACTIVITY

FALL PLAQUE

No Classes on October 11 & November 11 (Centre Closed) CODE

DAY

TIME

00001575

FRI , SEPT 24

1 – 4 pm

INSTRUCTOR

FEE*

F. Valenzuela

$27

Using a messy stencil paint technique, you will create a beautiful Thankful or Hello fall sign for your home. All supplies included.

ACRYLIC PAINTING

TUES 00001492 SEPT 14NOV 16

9 am – 12 pm L. Lindsey

$140

This class is designed for those who are starting out with acrylics. Everything from composition to personal expression will be covered. Individual critiques, one on one instruction and personal guidance is provided at your own pace

THE ART OF PORTRAIT PAINTING - ADVANCED

MON 1 – 4 pm G. Stephens $140 SEPT 13 – NOV 22 This class is for the experienced watercolour painter. Portrait painting is a genre in painting, where the intent is to represent a specific human subject. If you are a skilled watercolour artist looking for a new challenge, why not try this class. 00001493

WED $140 SEPT 15 – NOV 24 9 am – 12 pm B. Baker This class is designed to show you the ins and outs of how to paint with watercolours. Learn the basic techniques, terms and how to mix colours and blend to create your own work of art.

BEGINNER WATERCOLOUR

00001532

INTERMEDIATE WATERCOLOUR 00001533 SEPT THURS 16 – NOV 25

1 – 4 pm

B. Baker

$140

If you took beginner watercolours in the past and want to move on to the next steps in your artistic skill building, then this class is for you! FRI 1 – 4 pm S. Breckenridge $116 NOV 5 - 26 This is an advanced class designed for weavers proficient in basic basket weaving skills who have already taken the beginner course. Admission is based upon previous experience at the instructor’s discretion. All materials for baskets supplied but may need to purchase tools from instructor if you do not already own them.

RECREATION & CULTURE

BASKET WEAVING – ADVANCED

00001595

FRI 1 – 4 pm L. Salini $106 OCT 1 - 22 You will learn the basic techniques of basket weaving and complete 1 or 2 baskets by the end of the course. All materials are supplied but may need to purchase some tools from instructor in first class. No Classes on October 11 & November 11 (Centre Closed)

BASKET WEAVING – BEGINNERS

00001596

General Interest Programs ACTIVITY

CODE

GUITAR LESSONS FOR BEGINNERS 00001494

DAY WED SEPT 15 – DEC 1

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

9:30 – 10:30 am T. O’Brien

FEE* $144

Learn to play the guitar, no experience required. Must bring own guitar WED 1 – 2 pm T. O’Brien SEPT 15 – DEC 1 Formerly the beginner group, participants will learn music notation and tablature, chords and rhythms. You will complete book 1.

GUITAR LESSONS – GREEN GROUP 00001497

$144

TUES $144 SEPT 14 – NOV 30 11 am – 12 pm T. O’Brien Formerly called the intermediate group, participants in this lesson will read guitar notation and are presently learning chords, rhythms and song arrangements

GUITAR LESSONS- PURPLE GROUP

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WED SEPT 15 – DEC 1 11 am – 12 pm T O’Brien Previously the Advanced 1 group, this group will continue to learn guitar notation, play chords and work on song arrangements.

$144

TUES SEPT 14 – NOV 30 9:30 – 10:30 am T. O’Brien Previously called Advanced 2, this group will read guitar notation or tablature, play chords and work on song arrangements.

$144

GUITAR LESSONS – BLUE GROUP GUITAR LESSONS – RED GROUP

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ACTIVITY

No Classes on October 11 & November 11 (Centre Closed)

CODE

DAY

UKULELE FOR BEGINNERS

000001526 SEPTTUESDAY 14 – NOV 2

UKULELE – ADVANCED

000001527 SEPTTHURS 16 – NOV 4

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

FEE*

11 am – 12 pm M. Morrow 2 – 3 pm

$42

M. Morrow

$42

Learn to play the Ukulele with our experienced instructor. Please bring your own Ukulele. Intermediate must have taken beginner previously.

FRENCH LEVEL BEGINNER

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WED SEPT 15 – DEC 1

1 – 3 pm

M. Langevin

$120

Ces’t la vie! Join our fun and knowledgeable French instructor to learn some basics of French to help you in your travels!

Technology Programs ACTIVITY

No Classes on October 11 & November 11 (Centre Closed)

CODE

DAY

IPAD BEGINNER

TUES 00001549 SEPT 14 – OCT 12

IPAD BEGINNER

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WED OCT 27 – DEC 1

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

FEE*

10 am – 12 pm D. Brown

$90

10am – 12 pm D. Brown

$90

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General Interest Programs

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE, 700 RIVER STREET

IPAD INTERMEDIATE

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TUES SEPT 14 – OCT 12

1 – 3 pm

D. Brown

$90

IPAD INTERMEDIATE

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WED OCT 27 – DEC 1

1 – 3 pm

D. Brown

$90

You will learn more in depth editing of photos, videos, panoramic settings, apps, Facetime, copy & paste items & more.

IPAD – ALL ABOUT PHOTOS

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WED SEPT 22 – OCT 6

IPAD – ALL ABOUT PHOTOS

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TUES NOV 2 – 16

IPAD – ALL ABOUT PHOTOS

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FRI NOV 12 – 26

1 – 3 pm

D. Brown

$45

10 am – 12 pm D. Brown

$45

1 – 3 pm

D. Brown

$45

Learn all you ever wanted to know about your photos on your iPad. How to store, edit, create albums, send by email and much more.

HOW TO TYPE LIKE A PRO ON YOUR IPAD

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FRI, NOV 5

10 am – 12 pm D. Brown

$25

RECREATION & CULTURE

In this very beginner class, you will learn about messaging, emails, contacts, calendars, taking pictures, internet, apps and so much more.

Learn to use your iPad keyboard better and become a fast and efficient typer.

HOW TO ZOOM

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FRI, SEPT 17

1 – 3 pm

D. Brown

$25

HOW TO ZOOM

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WED, OCT 13

1 – 3 pm

D. Brown

$25

Learn how to use these new popular virtual meeting spaces so you can meet up with friends and family while staying safe. Bring your own device (iPad or laptop) or use our desktop.

WINDOWS 10

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WINDOWS 10

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TUES & THURS SEPT 14 - 30 TUES & THURS NOV 2 - 18

9 – 11 am

G. Reguly

$ 90

9 – 11 am

G. Reguly

$ 90

This class covers email, settings and basic computer skills. Good for beginners. You may bring your own laptop or use our desktop computers.

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THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE

WEST ARTHUR COMMUNITY CENTRE 55 PLUS PROGRAMS Located at 1914 Arthur St. W – your south side location for 55 plus programs! Programs start the week of September 13, 2021

FITNESS , YOGA & WELLNESS CLASS ACTIVITY

ZUMBA STRETCH

CODE

DAY

No Classes on October 11 & November 11 (Centre Closed) TIME

INSTRUCTOR

FEE*

00001567 SEPT 17FRI – DEC 10 1:30 – 2:30 pm L. Mork-Geurts $ 66.30

Are you ready to party yourself into shape? Join the fitness class that is fun, full of energy and tailored to people 55 Plus! Groove your way to a more healthy you! This program is exhilarating, effective and easy to follow.

YOGA FIT - HATHA YOGA

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THURS SEPT 16 – DEC 2

10:30 am-12 pm M.Levanto-Gleeson $ 72

A fitness class with yoga moves as a base. Focus is on balance, coordination, stretching and strengthening using movement, strength training and the use of balls and bands.

VISUAL ARTS & GENERAL INTEREST ACTIVITY

ACRYLIC PAINTING

CODE

DAY

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TIME 9 am –12 pm

INSTRUCTOR L.Lindsey

FEE* $140

RECREATION & CULTURE

This class is designed for those who are starting out with acrylics. Everything from composition to personal expression will be covered. Individual critiques, one on one instruction and personal guidance is provided at your own pace.

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1 – 4 pm

L. Fidler

$140

This course is for experienced painters. It will cover colour theory, using the colour wheel for mixing of colours and various painting techniques with the focus on a direct/realistic style. Florals and birds are the main subjects covered

COLOURED PENCIL

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THURS SEPT 16 – NOV 25

1 – 4 pm

L. Fidler

$140

Coloured pencil is accepted as a fine art medium that is rapidly growing in popularity worldwide. Instruction will include colour theory, composition, techniques and materials. Enjoy working in this versatile, clean and portable medium in a fun and relaxing atmosphere.

ABSTRACT MIXED MEDIA

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WED SEPT 15 – NOV 17

1 – 4 pm

P. Izsak

$140

Let's go Abstract - Express yourself through the magic of Mixed Media Painting. During these classes you will use acrylics, mediums, collage papers, and a variety of embellishments. This class will be freeing, fun and forgiving - perfect to relax and explore new possibilities. A list of supplies will be provided prior to start of classes. Some supplies will be available for purchase from instructor

WATERCOLOUR & BEYOND!

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TUES SEPT 14 – NOV 16

1 – 4 pm

P. Izsak

$140

Watercolour is a wonderful medium which can be made even more magical with the addition of inks, pastels, coloured pencil, watercolour pencil, gouache, gesso, powdered pigments, and charcoal. We will also be adding the use of stencils and collage papers. The possibilities are endless. Supply list will be provided prior to start of classes.

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For Fall 2021 programs, registration begins August 16, 2021 For more information on any of the programs listed, visit our website at www.thunderbay.ca/en/recreation/pools.aspx

Please Note Programs and services in this section are subject to change pending COVID-19 pandemic. Our staff are reviewing and planning on a daily basis. Current programs are subject to change based on government restrictions. Visit thunderbay.ca/cgc for most up to date information.

General Admission (HST to be aded)

For Inquires call... Canada Games Complex: Aquatics: Tiffany Vis at 633-5163 Fitness & Inclusion Services: Jessy Bogacki at 684-3338

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Registration

AQUATICS & WELLNESS

Aquatics & Wellness Programs

Children & Youth, Services: Alexa Fares at 620-1058 Community Fitness: Karen Gorst-Vigliarolo at 684-3324 Sup. Aquatics & Wellness at 628-3536 Front Desk at 684-3333 Churchill Pool: Front Desk at 577-2538 Volunteer Pool: Front Desk at 345-5143

Adult Daytime Rate (Mon. - Fri. 5:45 am - 3 pm) ............................$7.45 Family (max 5) ..............................................$20.58 Child (3 - 14 yrs; no HST) ..............................$3.39 Student (15 & over in Full Attendance with card) ........$5.51 Adult 60+ ........................................................$6.05

AQUATICS

After 3 pm & Weekends ..................................$8.89

Thunderslide ..................................................$2.30 Rate for People with Disabilities Adult ................................................................$4.54 Student..............................................................$3.47 Child ................................................................$2.55 Support Persons No fee if accompanied by a person with a PAL (Personal Attendant for Leisure) Card

COUPON BOOKLETS AVAILABLE 12 VISITS FOR THE PRICE OF 10

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AQUATICS

Adult Health, Wellness and Fitness Programs HST will be added where applicable. Fall session starts the week of Sept 13, 2021 *COVID permitting No classes Monday October 11 (Thanksgiving) CGC open 12:00pm to 5:00pm All fitness classes must be registered for and can be done online at cityofthunderbay.perfectmind.com (under Drop in Programs), over the phone or at the front desk (once open) 7 days ahead of class date. Drop in facility fees apply. Classes are currently set at 45 minutes unless otherwise stated, but may increase in length depending on guidelines. (Fees subject to council approval)

Name

Day

Time

Type

Bootcamp

Monday

6:00 - 6:45 AM

(2) Combined

Spin

Tuesday

6:00 - 6:45 AM

(2) Cycling

Bootcamp

Wednesday

6:00 - 6:45 AM

(2) Combined

Bootcamp

Thursday

6:00 - 6:45 AM

(2) Combined

Total Body BenderBall

Monday

9:00 - 9:45 AM

(1) Combined

Aquabics (shallow)

Monday

9:00 - 9:45 AM

(1) Shallow Water

Strong Seniors

Tuesday

9:00 - 9:45 AM

(2) Weights/Core

Aquajog (deep)

Tuesday

9:00 - 9:45 AM

(2) Deep water with floatation belts

Step Skip Sculpt

Wednesday

9:00 - 9:45 AM

(1) Combined

Aquabics (deep)

Wednesday

9:00 - 9:45 AM

(1) Deep water with floatation belts

Strong Seniors Variety

Thursday

9:00 - 9:45 AM

(2) Weights/Core

AquaJog (deep)

Thursday

9:00 - 9:45 AM

(2) Deep water with floatation belts

Strong Seniors

Friday

9:00 - 9:45 AM

(1) Weights/Core

Aquabics (deep)

Friday

9:00 - 9:45 AM

(1) Deep water with floatation belts

Morning Programs

Hatha Yoga

Saturday

9:00 - 9:45 AM

(1) Stretch

AquaJog

Sunday

9:00 - 9:45 AM

(2) Deep water with floatation belts

Aquabics (deep)

Wednesday

10:00 - 11:00 AM

(1) Deep water with floatation belts

Full Body Bootcamp

Sunday

10:00 - 10:45 AM

(2) Combined

Aquabics (shallow)

Monday

10:15 - 11:00 AM

(1) Shallow Water

Gentle Yoga

Tuesday

10:15 - 11:00 AM

(1) Stretch

Aquabics (shallow)

Tuesday

10:15 - 11:00 AM

(1) Shallow Water

Aquabics (shallow)

Wednesday

10:15 - 11:00 AM

(1) Shallow Water

Yoga Essentials

Thursday

10:15 - 11:00 AM

(1) Stretch

Aquabics (shallow)

Thursday

10:15 - 11:00 AM

(1) Shallow Water

Aqua Zumba

Friday

10:15 - 11:00 AM

(1) Shallow Water

12:00 - 12:45 PM

(2) Stretch

Afternoon Programs

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Power Yoga

Wednesday

Step Circuit

Tuesday

12:15 - 1:00 PM

(2) Combined

Step + Conditioning

Thursday

12:15 - 1:00 PM

(2) Combined

Senior Spin

Monday

1:30 - 2:15 PM

(1) Cycle

Baby Bodybuilders

Tuesday

1:30 - 2:15 PM

(1) Strength/Core

Senior Spin

Wednesday

1:30 - 2:15 PM

(1) Cycle

Baby Bodybuilders

Thursday

1:30 - 2:15 PM

(1) Strength/Core

Core & More

Monday

2:45 - 3:30 PM

(2) Combined

Intensity Key – You will see this number in brackets by the type of class (1) Beginner • (2) Intermediate • (3) Advanced


Fall session starts the week of Sept 13, 2021 *COVID permitting No classes Monday October 11 (Thanksgiving) CGC open 12:00pm to 5:00pm All fitness classes must be registered for and can be done online at cityofthunderbay.perfectmind.com (under Drop in Programs), over the phone or at the front desk (once open) 7 days ahead of class date. Drop in facility fees apply. Classes are currently set at 45 minutes unless otherwise stated, but may increase in length depending on guidelines. (Fees subject to council approval)

Name

Day

Time

Type

Functional Fitness

Monday

5:00 - 5:45 PM

(1) Combined

Hatha Yoga

Tuesday

5:00 - 6:15 PM

(1) Stretch

Bootcamp

Tuesday

5:00 - 5:45 PM

(2) Combined

Core

Wednesday

5:00 - 5:45 PM

(10) Combined

Hatha Yoga

Thursday

5:00 - 6:15 PM

(1) Stretch

Evening Programs

Kettlebell

Thursday

5:00 - 5:45 PM

(2) Core

Spin Bootcamp

Friday

5:00 - 5:45 PM

(3) Cycle/Weights

Kettlebell Advanced

Monday

6:15 - 7:00 PM

(3) Core & Cardio

Spin

Tuesday

6:15 - 7:00 PM

(3) Combined

HIIT

Wednesday

6:15 - 7:00 PM

(3) Combined

Zumba Step

Friday

6:30 - 7:15 PM

(2) Dance Fit

Aqua Jog

Monday

7:15 - 8:00 PM

(2) Deep water with floatation belts

Aqua Jog

Wednesday

7:15 - 8:00 PM

(2) Deep water with floatation belts

Aqua Jog

Thursday

7:15 - 8:00 PM

(2) Deep water with floatation belts

Zumba Toning

Monday

7:30 - 8:15 PM

(2) Dance Fit

Zumba

Tuesday

7:30 - 8:15 PM

(1) Dance Fit

Zumba

Wednesday

7:30 - 8:15 PM

(1) Dance Fit

Zumba

Thursday

7:30 - 8:15 PM

(1) Dance Fit

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HST will be added where applicable.

CANADA GAMES COMPLEX

Adult Health, Wellness and Fitness Programs

AQUATICS

Please note that as COVID guideline change rapidly there may be changes to the start date or class offerings. For an up-to-date drop in schedule go to gamescomplex.com, pick up a copy at the Front Desk or find it on Facebook using a desktop computer at facebook.com/canadagamescomplex. The registration system will also be updated regularly to display available classes for booking.

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HEALTH & WELLNESS PROGRAMMING Class Descriptions Aquabics/Aqua Energizer – Incorporates a variety of traveling and static movements that get your heart pumping and muscles working. May include use of water weights. Deep water with a belt, shallow in waist height water OR lanes with a belt and tether. Aqua Zumba® - Less impact on your joints than on land so you can really let loose. Water creates natural resistance, which means every step is more challenging and helps tone your muscles. Baby Bodybuilders – This is a parent & baby exercise class for new parents (baby 6 weeks to 1 year). There will be a focus on rehab for mothers, but if dad or non-birth parent wants to attend they will receive a good workout as well. Using baby as weight and moving around for most of an hour, for baby and parents to enjoy. Bootcamp – Work every muscle and push your limits in this fast paced fun group workout. A variety of exercise approaches used to provide a total body workout. Core & More/Core – Variety of workouts targeting strength building, cardio and core conditioning using bodyweight. Functional Fitness – This class focuses on movements that mimic everyday activities – for example, squats which assist in getting out of a seated position. Lots of attention will be paid to core exercises! HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) – Intense, time-based exercise class designed to challenge you from head to toe. Kettlebell – Ballistic exercises that combine cardiovascular, strength and flexibility training using a cast iron ball with a handle. Low-impact Water Movement – Keep moving with the resistance of the water, without the pressure on your joints. Perfect for the aging population or those with aching joints. Muscle Conditioning – Total body workout targeting your large and small muscles to get your heart rate going. Senior Spin – Designed for mature adults to enjoy indoor cycling for great exercise and socializing Sit & Be Fit – Seated and inclusive exercise program. Uses light weights and stretching. Great for those with physical limitations. Spin – Biking without worrying about the weather using stationary cycles at different speeds and intensities. We even have a special class for seniors. Step – Combination of cardio using the step and conditioning using hand weights. Maby varieties to choose from including Zumba Step

AQUATICS

Strong Seniors – Cardio, strength, balance and core for the strong seniors that have remained active all their lives and are looking to exercise in a group format. Benderball – Includes the use of benderballs (small green inflatable balls) for cardio, core and strengthening exercises. TRX –This class uses the TRX suspension system. Allows people to use their own body weight to develop strength and endurance. Yoga – Postures connected by flowing sequences and rhythmic breathing. Please bring a mat and leave feeling relaxed. Choose from power, flow, hatha and gentle yoga. Zumba® – A total body combination of low-intensity and high-intensity moves for an interval-style, calorie-burning dance fitness party. We even have Aqua Zumba® for less impact in the pool (shallow)! Zumba® Toning – Combines body-sculpting exercises and high-energy cardio work to create a cardio/strength-training dance fitness-party to tone and sculpt your muscles. Use of Zumba Toning sticks are optional (provided).

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CHILDREN & YOUTH PROGRAMS MONDAYS 6-8PM

GIRL POWER All girls between the ages of 10 and 14 can join us every Monday Night from 6 to 8pm for activities focusing on healthy choices, body imagine, physical activity and art. Swimming is an option each night so pack your swimsuit!

TUESDAYS 6-8PM ACTIVE KIDS Active Kids is a program for kids ages 5-12. Kids will participate in games, sports and fitness activities.

WEDNESDAYS 6-8PM CREATIVE KIDS Creative Kids is a program for kids ages 5 to 12 at the Canada Games Complex. This is a crafty program with each night full of art projects. Come check it out! THURSDAYS 6-8PM ACTIVE KIDS Active Kids is a program for kids ages 5-12. Kids will participate in games, sports and fitness activities.

AQUATICS

WEDNESDAYS 4-5PM YOUTH BEGINNER FITNESS Youth Intro Fitness is a low impact, intro to fitness, instructional and guided class for youth ages 12-18 who want to learn how to do an exercise session using all components of fitness! It's geared towards beginners with modifications provided!

THURSDAYS 6:15-7:15 PM FAMILY ZUMBA Zumba Kids with a twist! Parents and kids are welcome to participate together in this class! FRIDAYS 5-6PM GIRLS SPORT SERIES - KARATE This is a NEW Karate class just for girls! Join us each week for a beginner style karate session and will also include some self-defence sessions! FRIDAYS 6-7PM "HOW TO" DROP-INS A youth drop-in to teach you the basics of a variety of workout style & equipment! PA DAY CAMPS JOIN US AT THE CANADA GAMES COMPLEX FOR A VARIETY OF RECREATIONAL AND SPORTING ACTIVITIES & SWIMMING FOR CHILDREN 5 TO 12 YEARS OLD.b UPCOMING PA DAYS : OCTOBER 22

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CHILDREN & YOUTH PROGRAMS KARATE (ISSHIN RYU) KARATE TOTS (4-6 YRS OLD)

Start Date: September 25 Time: 9:30am to 10:15am Barcode: 1643 Fee: $67.91

BEGINNGERS & YELLOW STRIPES (7 & UP)

Start Date: September 25 Time: 10:30am to 11:30am Barcode:b1644 Fee: $76.40

ADVANCED (7 & UP - MUST HAVE YELLOW BELT)

Start Date: September 25 Time:11:45am to 1:15pm Barcode:b1659 Fee: $106.12

AQUATICS

Squash @ The Canada Games Complex The Canada Games Complex is the hub for squash in Thunder Bay! For up to date squash events, tournaments, pop up activities and try-it nights follow @thunderbaysquash on Facebook & Instagram or visit thunderbaysquash.ca

JUNIOR SQUASH BEGINNER

Start Date: September 25 Time: 9:30am to 10:15am Barcode: 1640 Fee: $45.46

INTERMEDIATE

Start Date: September 25 Time: 10:30am to 11:30am Barcode:b1641 Fee:: $45.46

ADULT SQUASH LEAGUES COURT JESTERS LEAGUE COURT JESTERS SQUASH LEAGUE RUNS FROM OCTOBER TO MARCH . PLAY WILL BEGIN THE WEEK OF OCTOBER 1. COURT TIME TUESDAY NIGHT SQUASH LEAGUE COURT TIME PLAY WILL BEGIN OCTOBER 1ST. ALL ABILITIES ARE WELCOME AND IS LIMITED TO THE FIST 18 PEOPLE REGISTERED. THIS LEAGUE RUNS FOR 10 WEEKS. Squash Lessons will be available upon request.

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Supervisor of Aquatics: Tiffany Vis, (807) 633-5163 Senior Instructor: Kyla Strickland, (807) 684-3335

Please note that the following schedule is subject to unforeseen changes.

Note: Some classes are subject to time change or cancellation due to insufficient registration. Parents with children in lessons may swim for a reduced rate of $7.08 (plus applicable taxes).

Pool Admission Policy During a Family swim: Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a guardian, 18+ years who is in the pool in proper swim attire.

Effective September 7 to December 18, 2021

Swim times must be booked. Bookings can be made online at thunderbay.ca/cgc or by calling 807-684-3333. Groups of 20 or more must pre-book. Group rates are available. Please contact the Facility Programmer at 684-3724.

Day(s) and Times

Type of Swim

Monday to Thursday 5:45am - 4:00pm Family/ Adult 8:00pm - 10:00pm Family / Adult / Teen Friday 5:45am - 4:00pm 8:00pm - 9:00pm

Family / Adult Family / Adult / Teen

Teen Swim: those 13+ may book time to swim without a guardian who is 18+.

Saturday/Sunday 8:00am - 12:00pm 12:00pm - 9:00pm

Adult Family / Adult / Teen

Those who do not meet the admission policy will be asked to leave if they cannot adhere to the policy at that time, no exceptions.

*Please refer to the online booking system at thunderbay.ca/cgc to see the area of the pool available per time slot.

Family swim bookings can bring up to 5 people maximum.

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Recreational Swim Schedule

CANADA GAMES COMPLEX

Program Staff:

Facility Swim Test:

AQUATICS

Swimmers must be able to swim 25m, non-stop, comfortably on their front with face in the water for a portion of the time.

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Swimming Levels Child & Youth are Based on Ability Aquatic Programs To Determine which Level your Child Should be In Please and Prerequisites & read the course descriptions below. SWIMMER: Ages 6+ Not necessarily age PARENT & TOT 1 SWIMMER 1 Max Ratio 1:12

National Lifeguard Service (16yrs/Standard First Aid/CPR C)

Swim & Lifesaving Instructors (16yrs)

Standard First Aid

Assistant Instructor Bronze Cross Bronze Medallion Bronze Star

Swimmer 9 (Star Patrol) Swimmer 8 (Ranger Patrol) Swimmer 7 (Rookie Patrol) Swimmer 6 Swimmer 5 Swimmer 4 Swimmer 3 Swimmer 2 Swimmer 1

PARENT & TOT 1 4 to 12-month-old PARENT & TOT 2/3 12-month to 3-year-old Designed for tots to learn to enjoy the water with the parent. This program will create a comfort level for both child and parent and an orientation to the pool and being safe around water.

PRESCHOOL: AGES 3-5 PRESCHOOL A Max Ratio 1:4

Beginner - Getting comfortable in and around the water - Blowing bubbles & putting face in the water - Assisted Floats, Jumps & Glides PRESCHOOL B Max Ratio 1:4

Prerequisite Completed Preschool A. - Jumping in to chest deep water - Submerging under water & blowing bubbles - Floats, Glides & kicking with a buoyant aid PRESCHOOL C

Preschool C,D,E

AQUATICS

Preschool A,B Parent and Tot 1,2,3

Prerequisite: Beginner/non-swimmer/A,B or C - Jumping in to deeper water with aid - Submerge & exhale 5 times underwater - Unassisted Floats & Glide, Kicking 5m SWIMMER 2 Low Ratio 1:3 • Max Ratio 1:6

Prerequisite: Swimmer 1 or Preschool D/ E - Recover object from bottom of chest deep water - Front & back crawl 10m unassisted - Vertical whip kick 30sec. with aid SWIMMER 3 Low Ratio 1:3 • Max Ratio 1:6

Prerequisite: Swimmer 2. - Kneeling Dive, Tread water 30sec. - Front & Back Crawl 15m - Whip Kick 10m SWIMMER 4 Low Ratio 1:3 • Max Ratio 1:6

Prerequisite: Swimmer 3. - Standing Dives, Tread water 1min - Front & Back Crawl 25m - Breast Stroke 15m

Max Ratio 1:4

SWIMMER 5

Prerequisite Completed Preschool B. - Jumping into deeper water - Submerge & exhale 5 times underwater - Unassisted Floats & Glide, Kicking 5m

Low Ratio 1:3 • Max Ratio 1:6

Prerequisite: Swimmer 4. - Shallow Dive, Tread Water 2min & Eggbeater - Front & Back Crawl 50m - Breast Stroke 25m SWIMMER 6 Low Ratio 1:3 • Max Ratio 1:6

PRESCHOOL D Max Ratio 1:4

Prerequisite Completed Preschool C. - Recover object from bottom of chest deep water - Kicking on front & back 7m - Front crawl with aid 5m - Tread water 10 seconds with an aid PRESCHOOL E Max Ratio 1:4

Prerequisite Completed Preschool D. - Recover object from bottom of chest deep water - Front & back crawl 5m unassisted - Vertical whip kick 20sec. with aid

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Low Ratio 1:3 • Max Ratio 1:6

Prerequisite: Swimmer 5. - Stride Entry & Compact Jump into deep water - Front & Back Crawl 100m - Breast Stroke 50m & 300m workout SWIMMER 7/8 (Rookie/Ranger Patrol) Low Ratio 1:4 • Max Ratio 1:8

Prerequisite: Swimmer 6. - Stroke work, lifesaving fitness & intro to first aid SWIMMER 9 (Star Patrol) Low Ratio 1:4 • Max Ratio 1:8

Prerequisite: Ranger Patrol. - Stroke work, lifesaving fitness & first aid BRONZE STAR Max Ratio 1:12

Prerequisite: Recommended 10 to 12 years old and Star Patrol. - Intro. to Lifesaving & Bronze


Please note: Swim lessons will be registered by waitlist only. Please register on the waitlist for your preferred day / course (time preference can be given). Once registered on the waitlist you will be contacted by the Senior Instructor to set up the lesson based on instructor availability. Once the lesson time is confirmed payment will be processed. **Important: Missed lessons due to illness (including Covid) or other circumstances will not be made up. Missed lessons will not be refunded. In order to maintain social distancing: - Children who are at a Swimmer 4 level or lower will need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian in the water for the duration of the lesson. Based on the guidelines from the Lifesaving Society, this in-water support from the parent or guardian will be applied in order to maintain a 2-meter social distance, keep the instructors and swimmers safe, and to continue to provide safe and effective in-water teaching. - Children who are at a Swimmer 5 level or higher will be free to attend their lesson without the in-water support from a parent or guardian. * This will be at the instructor’s discretion. If they feel the child needs assistance from an in water parent/ guardian you will be notified. WHEN REGISTERING ON A WAITLIST: WHEN REGISTERING ON A WAITLIST PLEASE INDICATE THE DAY AND TIME YOU ARE INTERESTED IN. YOU WILL BE CONTACTED TO CONFIRM THE DAY AND TIME OF YOUR LES-

DAY OF THE WEEK

DATES

TIMES

Monday (No lesson Oct. 11) Tuesday Wednesday

September 20 to November 29 September 21 to November 23 Sepember 22 to November 24

4:30pm to 7:00pm 4:30pm to 7:00pm 4:30pm to 7:00pm

Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

September 23 to November 25 September 24 to November 26 September 25 to November 27 September 26 to November 28

4:30pm to 7:00pm 4:30pm to 7:00pm 9:00am to 11:30am 10:00am to 12:00pm

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To Register call 625-TIME

CANADA GAMES COMPLEX

Learn to Swim Programs

Low-Ratio Group Lessons Class Size: Instructor: Children 1:3 or 1:4 ** Must provide all children for the class. All children must be from the same social circle! 10 Week Session: $116.73

Private Learn to Swim Programs Private Lesson Fees: 10 Half hour lessons: $238.66

Semi-Private Learn to Swim Programs AQUATICS

Class Size: Instructor: Children 1:2 ** Must provide all children for the class. All children must be from the same social circle! Semi- Private Lesson Fees: 10 Half hour lessons: $174.34

REGISTERED LESSON (NO WAITLIST) Parent & Tot (for children 4- 36months) 10 Week Session: $77.56 **No Classes: Monday October 11 (Thanksgiving) LEVEL

Monday Sept. 20 to Nov. 29 10 Weeks

Tuesday Sept. 21 to Nov. 23 10 Weeks

Wednesday Sept. 22 to Nov. 24 10 Weeks

Thursday Sept. 23 to Nov. 25 10 Weeks

Friday Sept. 24 to Nov. 26 10 Weeks

Saturday Sept. 25 to Nov. 27 10 Weeks

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Aquatic Lifesaving, To Register call 625-TIME Lifeguarding and Leadership Programs Note: 100% attendance is mandatory for all the courses listed below (continuous evaluation). HST added where applicable. All programs are subject to cancellation based on registration. Cancellations, if necessary will take place the week prior to the start date. If cancelled you will be contacted. Course

Prerequisites

Date & Time

Fee

Required Texts

Bronze Medallion & Emergency First Aid

Bronze Star or 13 years of age

Tuesdays Sept. 21 to Nov. 23 6:00pm to 9:15pm

$106.96

Canadian Lifesaving Manual $43.80

Bronze Cross

Bronze Medallion & Emergency First Aid

Thursdays Sept. 23 to Nov. 25 6:00pm to 9:00pm

$103.13

Canadian Lifesaving Manual from Bronze Medallion course

Swim Instructor & Lifesaving Instructors

16 years of age, Bronze Cross, and LSS Assistant Instructors. *Must have 10 instructional volunteer hours* Contact CGC, Churchill Pool or Pool or VP to set up a volunteer time.

TBA

$326.66

Literature included Bring your Canadian Lifesaving manual

National Lifeguard Service Pool Option

15 years of age, Bronze Cross, and Standard First Aid certification with CPR-C. Must Register in Person at the CGC with a copy of pre-requisites

TBA

$174.79

Alert Manual $43.80

National Lifeguard Service Recertification Pool Option

Bring your NLS & CPR cards to class.

TBA

$60.85

Lifesaving Society Standard First Aid with CPR-C

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First Aid Manual included in price

For more information on specialized advanced leadership courses please contact Tiffany Vis, Program Supervisor of Aquatics at (807) 633-5163 or tiffany.vis@thunderbay.ca


Thunder Bay Aquatics is looking to expand our staff to anyone 16 and older interested in becoming certified swim instructors. We are always looking for highly motivated individuals who enjoy working with children in an aquatic setting to teach swimming lessons at any of our three facilities. The chart below indicates which courses you need to take to become certified!

THE ROAD TO BECOMING A… Lifeguard

Swim Instructor Bronze Medallion & Emergency First Aid with CPR- B

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Become a certified Lifesaving Society Swim Instructor!

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Have you always enjoyed being in an aquatic environment and you think you might like to make it your workplace?

(must be 13 years or have Bronze Star)

Bronze Cross Lifesaving Society Assistant Instructor

Standard First Aid with CPR-C

(must be 14 years)

National Lifeguard Service (must be 16 years)

(must be 16 years)

As a swimming instructor you work directly with children teaching them valuable life skills. You will become an imperative part of their growth. The starting wage for this position is $15.33/hour.

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Lifesaving Society Swim Instructor & Lifesaving Instructor School

**We are especially interested in training and hiring adult instructors who are looking for a career change or trying something new.

Used to be a swim instructor & miss those days in the pool? We would love to have you join our team once again! Contact one of the pools if you need assistance getting recertified. For more information contact our facility supervisors and we would be happy to assist you. Canada Games Complex, Tiffany Vis – 633-5163 Volunteer Pool, Sean Bodkin – 626-2478

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Child and Youth Aquatic Programs To Determine which Level your Child Should be In Please read the course descriptions below PARENT & TOT 1

PRESCHOOL E

Designed for the 4 to 12-month-old to learn to enjoy the water with the parent. Orientation to pool and being safe around water. This program will create a comfort level for both child and parent. Entries/exits, floats and movement.

These youngsters get more adventuresome with a forward roll entry wearing a PFD and holding their breath underwater for up to 10 sec. They’ll work on longer front and back crawl swims, interval training and get a giggle out of whip kick. Prerequisite: Completed Preschool D.

PARENT & TOT 2 Designed for the 12 to 24-month-old to learn to enjoy the water with the parent, Unassisted entries/exits. Floats with an aid, submersion in water, activities with instructor/other parents.

PARENT & TOT 3 Designed for the 2 to 3-year-old to learn to enjoy the water with the parent. Your child will experience safety awareness and water skills through discovery, front and back floats, submersion and movement skills. Active parent participation is required.

PRESCHOOL A We encourage the parent to participate until their child lets them know they can do it themselves (thank you very much). These preschoolers will have fun learning to get in and out of the water. We’ll help them jump into chest deep water. They’ll try floats on their front and back, and glides on their back while wearing a personal flotation device (PFD). They’ll learn to get their face wet and blow bubbles underwater.

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PRESCHOOL B These preschoolers learn to jump into chest deep water by themselves, and get in and get out wearing a personal flotation device. They’ll submerge and exhale underwater. While wearing a personal flotation device they’ll glide on their front and back. Prerequisite: Completed Preschool A.

PRESCHOOL C These youngsters will try both jumping and a side roll into deep water while wearing a personal flotation device. They’ll recover objects from the bottom in waist-deep water. They’ll work on kicking and gliding through the water on their front and back. Prerequisite: Completed Preschool B.

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Advanced preschoolers will learn to do solo jumps into deeper water and get out by themselves. They’ll do side roll entries and open their eyes underwater. They’ll master a short (3–5 m) swim on their front and gliding and kicking on their side. Prerequisite: Completed Preschool C.

SWIMMER 1 These beginners will become comfortable jumping into water with and without a personal flotation device. They’ll learn to open their eyes, exhale and hold their breath underwater. They’ll work on floats, glides and kicking through the water on their front and back. Prerequisite: Beginner, non-swimmer or Preschool A, B or C.

SWIMMER 2 These advanced beginners will jump into deeper water, and learn to be comfortable falling sideways into the water wearing a personal flotation device. They’ll be able to support themselves at the surface without an aid, learn whip kick, swim 10–15 m on their front and back, and be introduced to flutter kick interval training (4 x 9–12 m). Prerequisite: Swimmer 1 or Preschool D or E.

SWIMMER 3 These junior swimmers will dive and do in-water front somersaults. Their new bag of tricks includes handstands and completion of the Canadian Swim to Survive® Standard. They’ll work on 10 15m of front crawl, back crawl and whip kick. Flutter kick interval training increases to 4 x 25 m. Prerequisite: Swimmer 2.

SWIMMER 4 These intermediate swimmers will swim 5 m underwater and lengths of front, back crawl, whip kick, and breaststroke arms with breathing. They’ll cap it all off with front crawl sprints over 25 m and 4 x 25 m front or back crawl interval training. Prerequisite: Swimmer 3.

SWIMMER 5 These swimmers will master shallow dives, cannonball entries, eggbeater kicks, and in-water backward somersaults. Surface dives will take them down to underwater swims. They’ll refine their front and back crawl over 50 m swims of each, and breaststroke over 15–25m. Then they’ll pick up the pace in 25 m sprints and two interval training bouts: 4 x 50 m front or back crawl; and 4 x 10–15 m breaststroke. Prerequisite: Swimmer 4.


SWIMMER 9 (STAR)

These advanced swimmers will rise to the challenge of sophisticated aquatic skills including stride entries, compact jumps and lifesaving kicks like eggbeater and scissor kick. They’ll develop strength and power in head-up breaststroke sprints over 25 m. They’ll easily swim lengths of front crawl, back crawl, and breaststroke, and they’ll complain about the 300 m workout. Prerequisite: Swimmer 5.

Swimmers are challenged with 600m workouts; 300m timed swims and a 25 m object carry. Strokes are refined over 100 m swims. First aid focuses on treatment of bone or joint injuries and respiratory emergencies including asthma and allergic reactions. Lifesaving skills include defence methods, victim removals and rolling over and supporting a victim face up in shallow water. Prerequisite: Range Patrol.

SWIMMER 7 (ROOKIE)

BRONZE STAR

Swimmers continue stroke development with 50m swims of front crawl, back crawl and breaststroke. Lifesaving sport skills include a 25 m obstacle swim and 15m object carry. First aid focuses on assessment of conscious victims, contacting EMS, and treatment for bleeding. Fitness improves in 350 m workouts and 100 m timed swims. Prerequisite: Swimmer 6.

Excellent preparation for success in Bronze Medallion. Participants develop problem-solving and decision making skills individually and in partners. Candidates learn CPR and develop the lifesaving skills needed to be their own lifeguard. Includes a timed 400m swim. Prerequisite: 10 to 12 years old and Star Patrol.

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SWIMMER 8 (RANGER)

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Swimmers develop better strokes over 75 m swims of each stroke. They tackle lifesaving sport skills in a lifesaving medley, timed object support and rescue with a buoyant aid. First aid focuses on assessment off unconscious victims, treatment of victims in shock and obstructed airway procedures. Skill drills develop a strong lifesaving foundation. Prerequisite: Rookie Patrol.

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Community Aquatics Churchill and Volunteer Pool For additional information about our programs, services or facilities please check the City of Thunder Bay’s website. The City of Thunder Bay has adapted its programming to meet the diverse needs of the population while also implementing measures to protect its staff and users. Churchill Pool is open and currently limiting the number of bathers permitted into each swim. Therefore all swim times are by appointment only. Please call Churchill Pool at 577-2538 or Volunteer Pool to book a time for lengths, family swims or AquaFitness classes. Please note anyone entering Churchill Pool or Volunteer Pool must complete the on-line COVID-19 screening at www.thunderbay.ca/rfst before arriving at the facility.

Fall of 2021 Swimming Lessons This spring Churchill Pool will be offering a 10 week long instructional session of private (1 child per instructor), semi-private (2 children per instructor) and new low ratio (3 or 4 children per instructor) classes. Participants in semi-private or low ratio swimming lessons must be from the same household or social bubble. Parent & Tot classes will be the only group classes offered at this time. Registration for lessons will begin December 7th, to register you must call Churchill Pool to be placed on the swimming lesson request list. The schedule for swimming lessons will be made the last week of March based on instructor availability with lessons starting the week of April 5th. Participants will be contacted by phone starting Thursday, April 1st to be informed of their scheduled class time. All children in Preschool A-E or Swimmer 1-4 must have a parent/guardian in the water with them each week for lessons. Please note there will be no credits issued this session for missed classes due to personal COVID-19 related issues. Please pay attention to the City’s website for updates on scheduling and other facility changes.

Admission Standards As part of our commitment to providing safe and enjoyable aquatic programs for swimmers of all ages, we are continuing to enforce the admission standards provided to us by the Ministry of Health. To help us in this maintain this standard please keep the following in mind when visiting our pools: 1) There must be one supervising caregiver for every 2 children under the age of 6. 2) There must be one supervising caregiver for every 4 non-swimming children aged 6 to 9. In both cases the supervising caregiver must be able to give immediate assistance. If you have any questions please feel free to call Volunteer Pool at 345-5143 or Churchill Pool at 577-2538.

The Aquatic Family AQUATICS

Instructional Family Pass Have a child in lessons? Volunteer and Churchill Pool offer an exceptional deal on Family Passes. It allows you and your family to swim during any of our recreation and family times. The pass is valid for the duration of lessons and is only $56.61 (HST included.)

Thinking about getting in Community shape this Fall? Aquatic Rates Why not consider exercise (Single Swim) for the whole family!! Adult ................................$6.52 Older Adult ......................$5.20 Student ............................$4.00 Child Under 3 ....................Free Child ................................$3.23 Family ............................$11.18

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Community Aquatic Instructional Fees (10 weeks) Private ..........................$233.98 Semi-Private (per child) ....$170.92 Low Ratio (per child) ........$114.44 Group (per child) ..................$76.04


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Community Groups Index

Age Big ..............................................................99 Art in Motion Dance School...............................97 Blaze Basketball.................................................84 Boulder Bear Climbing Centre ............................81 Chaban Ukrainian Dance Group.........................94 Current River Mighty-Mites................................92 Dance Dynamics Studio.....................................95 Fay Gleeson Dance Centre ................................96 Fort William Curling Club ...................................88 Frontier College .................................................80 Giant Gymnastics ..............................................83 Grandview Recreation Hockey Association ........93 Kakabeka Falls Curling Club...............................87 Kamview Nordic Centre .....................................89 KC Minor Hockey Association ............................90 Lakehead Suzuki Strings....................................79 Lakehead Thunderwolves Amateur Wrestling ....82 Le Stelle Alpine Italian Dancers .........................96 Legacy Dance ....................................................98 Morgan’s School of Highland Dance ..................94 Neebing Minor Hockey Association ...................90

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Nipigon River Adventures ..................................99 NWO Sports Hall of Fame & Museum ................88 Oshki-Wenjack Education Institute ....................99 Studio One Dance..............................................96 Thunder Bay Chill Indoor Soccer........................85 Thunder Bay Chill Indoor Turf Rental..................85 Thunder Bay Chill Summer Camps.....................86 Thunder Bay Chill Outdoor Soccer .....................86 Thunder Bay Elks Hockey Association................92 Thunder Bay Freestyle Ski Club .........................90 Thunder Bay Gymnastics Association ................83 Thunder Bay Literacy Group...............................67 Thunder Bay Minor Football Association............84 Thunder Bay Police Youth Corps ........................80 Thunder Bay Public Library ................................79 Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre..100 Thunder Bay Synchro.........................................82 Thunder Bay Women’s Hockey ...........................91 Thunder Blades Speed Skating Club ..................88 Ultimate Gymnastics..........................................83 Zorya Ukrainian Dance Association ...................94

The Joint Advertising Committee is pleased to provide this section of The Key for use by organizations which provide community programs and services related to recreation and education. The groups using this space have paid a fee. The member agencies of the J.A.C. are not responsible in any way for the programs and services listed in the Community Groups section. Information requests should be directed to the appropriate group or organization.


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THUNDER BAY GYMNASTICS ASSOCIATION The Only Not-For-Profit Club in Town!

Register For Our All New Fall Session

REGISTER FOR FALL SESSION A STARTING AUGUST1st! SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION IS ONGOING!

The BEST Instruction in: • Recreational Gymnastics • Competitive Gymnastics • Parkour – TBay’s Original • Tumbling • Birthdays • Brand New Recreational Badge Program, exclusive to Ultimate Gymnastics

PA Day/Holiday Camps

Recreational Classes

Toddler Classes

Birthday Parties

Drop-in Sessions

Adult Gymnastics

Homeschool Programs

Advanced Classes

Tumbling & Trampoline Competitive Boys & Girls

Follow us on social media

Increased COVID-19 Cleaning and Sanitizing Protocols.

807-628-8474 / tbga.ca / tbgatwisters@tbaytel.net Follow us on Facebook and Instagram!

REGISTER NOW FOR FALL CLASSES www.giantgymnastics.ca Giant Gymnastics is Northwestern Ontario's largest gymnastics facility offering a wide rage of programs to suit a busy family’s schedule. Giant Gymnastics is a clean, safe environment, that provides exceptional gymnastics instruction for kids ages 18 months and up. We follow all mandated COVID-19 protocols required by the TBHU and the Provincial Government.

Programs Offered: x Gymnastics x Tumbling x Trampoline x PA Day Camps x Ninja Zone x Family Classes x Private Lessons x Highest number of NCCP

certified coaches

807-683-3730 512 Marks St S. (FWCI) (parking off Marks St.)

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Fort William Curling Club Are You Ready For A New Challenge? Looking For Something Fun This Winter?

COME ROCK WITH US THIS WINTER!

Curling Rocks!

For All Ages Adult Learn to Curl Program Variety of League Options

See you on the ice!

Curling begins in October Looking for More Information? www.fortwilliamcurlingclub.com 807-622-5377

Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame & Museum

Exhibits Sports Library Archives Educational Programs

Celebrating Sports History Check us out online www.nwosportshallofame.com nwosport @nwosports

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Neebing Minor Hockey Association 2021-2022 registration Please see our website neebinghockey.com for registration information and fee structure U7- born 2015, 2016, 2017 U9- born 2013, 2014 U11- born 2011, 2012 U13- born 2009, 2010 All players must register through the Hockey Canada Registry link on the website

                                                        

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CURRENT RIVER MIGHTY-MITES (C.R.R.A. )

For Girls & Boys 4-8 years old

To learn and enjoy the basics, fundamentals, skills & respect for the game of hockey. We offer: • Equal practice and ice times for every player • Approximately 65 hours of ice time • We play on a full sheet of ice • Siblings Discount • Christmas Party, Carnival and Tournament • Players Free Banquet and Awards

Registration times at Current River Rec Centre: 450 Dewe Avenue Starting August 18, 2021 Payment by e-transfer, cash or cheque by email or phone Registration: $425 for the season For more information call 683-8451, email community@currentrivercom.com or visit www.currentrivercom.com

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DIVISION Stinger Mighty Mite Pee Wee Bantam Senior

BIRTH YEAR 2015 - 2016 2012 - 2014 2009 - 2011 2006 - 2008 2001 - 2005

REGISTRATION FEE $350.00 $525.00 $525.00 $525.00 $500.00

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We offer: • Equal ice time for all players • Players play a variety of positions • No fundraising or out-of-town travel • Instructions provided on a regular basis • Players play against others of equal ability • No intentional body contact rules in all divisions • Children with special needs are equally welcome

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GRANDVIEW RECREATION RECREATION GRANDVIEW HOCKEY HOCKEY ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATION

Registration for new players and returning players who miss the early registration will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis at the Volunteer Pool Recreation Centre located at 180 Martha Street on the following dates:

September 1st & 2nd: 6:30pm - 8:00pm September 8th & 9th: 6:30pm - 8:00pm Please visit our website at www.grandviewrecreationhockeyassociation.com or phone 768–1429

WANT TO ADVERTISE IN THE WINTER 2021 KEY? DEADLINE IS: OCTOBER 15, 2021 Call Kristi at 625-3388 or email: kristi.lees@thunderbay.ca

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Online Until: Tuesday, Aug. 31, 2021 www.chabandance.com In-person: Thursday, Aug. 26, 2021, 6:00 - 7:30pm Ukrainian Hall, 211 Robertson St., Thunder Bay (updates at www.chabandance.com)

ALL ARE WELCOME

117 Cumberland St. North

2021 REGISTRATION INSTRUCTOR: HEATHER MORGAN, B.A.T.D.MEMBER HIGH. & NAT. / RECE Parent and Preschoolers Saturdays (8 week sessions) 10:00-10:30

Novice & Experienced Dancers, Age 3 & under with Parent, Age 4 & Up, Including Ukercize & Adult Male

Tartan Tots (3-4) Saturdays 10:30-11:00

Inquiries, email: info@chabandance.com

Pre Primary (5-7) Saturdays 11:00-11:45 Primary (7-12) Saturdays 11:45-12:45 Teen/Adult (13 +) Thursday 7:30-8:30 All classes run Mid September to Mid May **We also offer PD Day Camps and Birthday Parties**

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Do you love to dance to upbeat music… then come dance with

38 COURT ST. S. 344 - 6402 Classes offered in: Kinder, Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Lyrical, Pointe, Hip Hop, and Musical Theatre

Fun and non-competitive Italian dance instructions

Recreational and Competitive Classes

No previous dance experience necessary.

for ages 4 and up.

First time dancer’s special: $250.

For Registration Information visit: www.studioonedance.ca

Dance classes held weekly on Sunday’s, running from September 12, 2021 until Spring 2022. For more information or to register, visit our website:

WE ARE READY TO DANCE WITH YOU AGAIN IN SEPTEMBER!

italiandancers.com Email:

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FAY GLEESON DANCE CENTRE - 64th SEASON CHILDREN & TEEN CLASSES: BALLET - TAP - JAZZ - PRESCHOOL - KINDER PREBALLET - LYRICAL - HIP HOP - 8 TO 10 YEARS ACRO DANCE DANCE EXAMS AVAILABLE IN BALLET, TAP AND JAZZ DANCE STYLES ADULT CLASSES:

PILATES - BEGINNER TO ADVANCE - MAT AND EQUIPMENT EXPERIENCED TAP AND JAZZ CLASSES - EVENINGS ZUMBA A.M. AND EVENINGS

REGISTRATION AT THE FAY GLEESON DANCE CENTRE FOR ALL ABOVE CLASSES - 222 LEITH STREET SEPTEMBER 5th 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. Check out our website - www.faygleesondance.com and our facebook For further information please call 622-7879 OR

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COMMUNITY GROUPS NOW WELCOMING NE W STUDENTS! Register for Fall classes today at: https://dancestudio-pro.com/online/aimtbay Join Art in Motion to provide your child with a supportive and passionate dance school with experienced and educated instructors. • Ballet, Pointe, Jazz, Tap, Lyrical, Acro, Hip Hop, Creative Movement, & More! • hƌìŐċĨĂâġÆŖŖìŖāĮŐÆĂìŖʒÆĨèţōʴ • ŐŞċĨaĮŞċĮĨċŖâĮħħċŞŞìèŞĮāĮġġĮŹċĨÇŐĮŸċĨâċÆġʺ[ĮâÆġ ŐìŏţċŐìħìĨŞŖŞĮōŐĮŸċèìÆŖÆāìʭĈìÆġŞĈſʭÆĨèâġìÆĨìĨŸċŐĮĨħìĨŞ āĮŐÆġġħìħáìŐŖʴ • *ÆâĈŖŞţèċĮċŖĨĮŹìŏţċōōìèŹċŞĈáŐÆĨèĨìŹE*‡ċŐ‡ţŐċƏìŐŖʴ

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QUALIFIED/CERTIFIED DANCE INSTRUCTORS TAP | JAZZ | BALLET | LYRICAL | POINTE | CONTEMPORARY | HIP HOP | MUSICAL THEATRE | ACRO | STRENGTH & CONDITIONING | BOYS ONLY HIP HOP | ADULT CLASSESy| KINDER DANCE

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Community Contacts Culture

KC Minor Hockey Assoc. ..................................................629-9143

Art In Motion Dance Studio ....artinmotionthunderbay@gmail.com

Neebing Minor Hockey Assoc. ........................................475-5315

Chaban Ukrainian Dance Group ......................................344-3993

NWO Sports Hall of Fame................................................622-2852

Dance Dynamics Studio ....................................trevor@tbaytel.net

TBMFA ..........................................................................TBMFA.com

Dance Dynamics ..............................................................766-0066

Thunder Blades Speed Skating Club ..............................629-8433

Fay Gleeson Dance Centre ..............................................622-7879

Thunder Blades Speed Skating ..................info@thunderblades.ca

Lakehead Suzuki Strings ..................................................621-9464

Wolves Wrestling..........................................lwcwolves@gmail.com

Le Stelle Alpine Italian Dancers................info@italiandancers.com

Education

Magnus Theatre ..............................................................345-5552 Morgan’s School of Highland Dance ..............................620-6559 Studio One Dance............................................................344-6402 Zorya Ukrainian Dance Association ................................577-2100

AGE Big ............................................................................627-3564 OSHKI-WENJACK ..................................................1-807-626-1897 Pediatric Healthy Living Program ....................................684-6058 Regional Bariatric Centre ................................................684-6058

Recreation

Sounds of Superior Chorus..............................................345-8078

Blaze Basketball..........................www.tbblaze.teamsnapsites.com

Thunder Bay Literacy Group..............................................475-7211

Boulder Bear ....................................................................286-6633

Thunder Bay Public Library ..............................................345-8275

Fitness Over Fifty & Class Dancing Seniors of TB............767-4942 Fort William Curling Club ................................................622-5377 Giant Gymnastics ............................................................683-3730 Kakabeka Falls Curling Club..............................................939-1391 Kamview Nordic Centre....................................................475-7081 Laughter Yoga ..................................................................933-4815 Quebec Lodge B & B ........................................................621-6342 Thunder Bay Blaze Basketball............................................767-1190 Thunder Bay Chill....................................www.thunderbaychill.com TB Freestyle Club ..........ThunderBayFreestyleSkiClub@gmail.com Thunder Bay Police Youth Corps......................................344-3969 Thunder Bay Synchro ..........................info@ThunderBaySyncro.ca Ultimate Gymnastics........................................................344-3547

Sports Current River Mighty Mites ..............................................683-8451 Elks Hockey Assoc. ............................................www.elks82s.com Grandview Recreational Hockey Assoc. ..........................768-1429

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