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Thunder Bay’s Guide to Community Programs and Services


the key

www.thunderwolves.ca

Athletics.........................................................................................42–43 www.thunderbay.ca www.prokidsthunderbay.ca www.gamescomplex.com www.golfthunderbay.ca

www.confederationcollege.ca

Index & General Information ...............................................................2–3 Academic Upgrading ..............................................................................5 Programs & Courses ........................................................................6–10 Northwest Employment Works..............................................................11 Wellness Centre ...................................................................................12

LAKEHEAD PUBLIC SCHOOLS

www.lakeheadschools.ca

Programs .......................................................................................13–30

www.csdcab.on.ca

Programs .......................................................................................31–32

THUNDER BAY CATHOLIC DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD

www.tbcdsb.on.ca

Index....................................................................................................44 Registration..........................................................................................45 Recreation & Culture Division 55 Plus .......................................................................................68–78 Aquatics & Wellness..................................................................96–105 Canada Games Complex .............................................................80–95 Community Centres.....................................................................56–67

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www.thunderbay.ca/thekey

Index..........................................................................................106–107 Programs ...................................................................................108–147 Community Groups Contact Information .............................................148

WATCH FOR THE WINTER ISSUE OF THE KEY… COMING TO YOUR HOME THE WEEKEND OF DECEMBER 6, 2019!

Programs .......................................................................................33–41

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


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CONTINUING EDUCATION

Continuing Education Register Online / In Person Quick Index Academic Upgrading. ...................... 5 Business and Computers. ....... …….6 General Education. ......................... 7 General Information ................……..3 Just for Fun. ............................……..8 Languages and Communications ... .9 Northwest Employment Works…….11 Online Learning. .............................. 9 Part-time Programs. ........................ 4 Technology & Trades ............……..10 Wellness Centre. ............................12

A Aircraft Welding. .............................10

B Bookkeeping - Part-time Program. .. 4 Building Skills for Success. ............. 7

C Canadian Certified Administrative Professional - Part-time Program .... 4 Client and Customer Relations - Parttime Program .................................. 4 Communications-Persuasive ..……..9 Condominium Management Part-time Program. .......................... 4 Construction Estimator - Part-time Program. ......................................... 4

D Data Analytics for Business Decision Making - Part-time Program. ........... 4 Dementia-Working With - Part-time Program ..................................……..4 Diabetes Education - Part-time Program. ......................................... 4

E eLearning Developer - Part-time Program. ......................................... 4 Excel - Core. ................................... 6

F Food Service Worker - Part-time Program. ......................................... 4 Fundraising Management - Part-time Program. ......................................... 4

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Geographic Information Systems Part-time Program............................ 4

Palliative Care - Part-time Program. . 4 Persuasive Writing ........................... 9

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Health Records Clerk - Part-time Program .................................. ……..4 History - Indigenous Can.Relations.. 7 Home Inspection - Part-time Program. .......................................... 4 Hospital Ward Clerk- Part-time Program ................................... …….4

Retirement and Long-term Care Management - Part-time Program ... 4

I Income Tax Planning..……………….6 Indigenous Identity/Relation Land. ... 7 Instructional Design - Part-time Program. .......................................... 4

L Law Clerk (ILCO) - Part-time Program ................................... …….4 Leadership Development Series Part-time Program............................ 4 Leading Responsibly. ....................... 6 Legal Office Assistant - Part-time Program .................................. ……..4

M Management Studies - Part-time Program. .......................................... 4 Medical Office Assistant - Part-time Program ........................................... 4 Medical Transcriptionist - Part-time Program. .......................................... 4 Metis - The Ontario. ......................... 7 Microsoft Office 2016 ....................... 6

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S Sage 300 ERP (AccPac ) G/L ......... .6 Sausage Making…. ......................... 8 Sign Language ........................... 8&9 Small Business Development Part-time Program. .......................... 4 Spanish for Travelers. ................. 8&9 Supervisory Skills for Business or Industry . .......................................... 6 Sustainable Food - Part-time Program. .......................................... 4

T Toastmasters… ............................... 8

U Upgrading - Academic ..................... 5

V Volunteer Management - Part-time Program ........................................... 4

W Welding (all).......................... ……..10 Wellness for Life .............................. 7 Woodworking (all). .....................8&10 Working with Dementia - Part-time Program .................................. ……..4 Workplace Health and Safety Part-time Program .................. ……..4 Writing-Persuasive. .......................... 9

Nephrology Nursing - Part-time Program. .......................................... 4

O Ontario Metis (the). .......................... 7 Ozone Depletion Prevention (ODP).10

Part-time Programs see page 4. For a complete list of part-time programs and information visit: www.confederationcollege.ca/ ce/ptprograms

Register for courses or apply to a part-time program online...available 24/7

www.confederationcollege.ca/ce Every effort was made to ensure accuracy of this document. For current information, visit: www.confederationcollege.ca/ce

For more information, please contact: (807) 475-6550 ce@confederationcollege.ca www.confederationcollege.ca/ce

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General Information

Class Locations

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 Note: For general college inquiries call 475-6110.

Most of our classes are held in the Shuniah Building at Confederation College unless otherwise noted. Please check the monitors at the entrances for room location. SH Shuniah Building MC McIntyre Building D Dorion Building CN Contact North, off campus Confederation Online Web-based, off campus OntarioLearn Web-based, off campus

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 cart www.confederationcollege.ca/ce

In Person: Register at The Hub, Shuniah Building, Confederation College. Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m..

Course Fees Total fees (including material fees, if applicable) are required at time of registration. The 65 Advantage (not applicable to online courses) Reduced tuition fees apply to individuals who are 65 years of age or older. Course tuition fees marked with an * are eligible (i.e. $347.15*). For senior and staff discount rates or for more information contact Continuing Education at (807) 475-6550. Get acquainted with our refund policy before you register. Visit: www.confederationcollege.ca/ce/info

Prerequisites 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.

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CONTINUING EDUCATION

General Information

Parking You only need a parking permit if you are attending classes between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on weekdays.

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

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

Textbook Information 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 Summer hours: after the Victoria Day weekend to Labour Day, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday Fall hours: after Labour Day, Monday to Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Fridays: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The college will be closed September 2, October 14 and for Christmas break noon on December 24, 2019 January 1, 2020.

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PART-TIME PROGRAMS

www.confederationcollege.ca/part-time

Part-Time Programs Confederation College offers a number of part-time programs that will give you the flexibility to learn on- or off-campus – anywhere there is an internet connection. Enroll in the full program or just pick a course or two. Here are some of our many part-time program options: •

Bookkeeping

Hospital Ward Clerk

Client and Customer Relations NEW

Instructional Design NEW

Condominium Management NEW

Management Studies NEW

Data Analytics for Business Decision Making NEW

Palliative Care NEW

Retirement and Long Term Care Management NEW

Sustainable Food NEW

Diabetes Education

Elearning Developer NEW

Food Service Worker

For a full list of part-time programs and to apply, visit:

www.confederationcollege.ca/part-time

T H U N D E R B AY & R E G I O N

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Dream Big. Get The Skills. Do The Job.


ACADEMIC UPGRADING

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ACADEMIC UPGRADING

WE CAN HELP YOU SUCCEED! Obtain your grade 12 equivalency

Classes delivered year-round, on campus, or online

Prepare for college, employment or apprenticeship

Financial assistance may be available

Flexible scheduling

Courses available in communications, math, computers and sciences

NEED SCIENCES FOR POSTSECONDARY? We offer Biology and Chemistry. For more information, please contact: (807) 473-3723 | academicupgrading@confederationcollege.ca www.confederationcollege.ca/academicupgrading www.facebook.com/confederation Change Your Life Through Learning

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CONTINUING EDUCATION

Excel - Core

OL702

Learn to use Microsoft Excel to create and format spreadsheets in order to analyze data and make more informed business decisions. You will discover how to: create, edit, format and print workbooks; use mathematical formulas and functions; create and format charts and shapes; insert images; cut, copy and paste data. The course is designed to help prepare students to write the MOS Certification exam for Excel 2013 (MOS Exam 77-420) or Excel 2016 (MOS Exam 77 -727). Students will also have the opportunity to earn MyITLab Microsoft Office Badges, which demonstrate achievement of skills in Excel. Computer Software Requirements: Microsoft Excel version 2013 or 2016. Microsoft Office 365 and MAC users are not supported in this course. Sept.10-Dec.17 OntarioLearn Online-Web

Income Tax Planning

10198-41 $401.86

OL979

Taxes in Canada can account for a large portion of an individual’s expenditures; as such Income Tax Planning plays an important role in providing individuals with methods to reduce and/or eliminate taxes whenever possible. The Income Tax Planning Course will lead learners through completing basic income tax returns, a range of business structures, as well as federal and provincial tax legislation. Learners will also gain knowledge on how to make effective use of numerous tax deductions and credits; various types of tax advantages and the trade-offs between different benefits. Please note: Students are required to purchase membership and text from the Canadian Institute of Financial Planning (CIFP). The fee is approximately $130.00 and includes text, exams and web page extras such as additional materials, tools, and calculator. Sept.10-Dec.17 OntarioLearn Online-Web

Leading Responsibly

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OL008

This course will familiarize students with the applications contained in the Microsoft Office Professional or Academic or University Edition of Microsoft Office 2016 covering Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access. Computer Software Requirements: MS Office 2016 or Office 365 2016 versions that include Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access. Sept.10-Dec.17 OntarioLearn Online-Web

Sage 300 ERP (AccPac) G/L

11720-41 $401.86

OL829

Focus on the creation of a company and a chart of accounts, entering transactions and producing financial reports. Computer Software Requirements: Students must be working in Sage 300 ERP. CD/software is included with the textbook and runs on windows operating systems only. Prerequisite: computer basics or an introductory computer course with Windows 7, Word and Excel. Sept.10-Dec.17 OntarioLearn Online-Web

11374-41 $237.94

Supervisory Skills for Business or Industry OL069 The successful supervisor needs a wide range of specialized skills: you must manage time well, communicate effectively, handle customer relations, measure work appropriately and ensure compliance with complex government legislation. This course will help you develop these skills and an awareness of the multi-faceted approach to leadership demanded in the modern business environment. Sept.10-Dec.17 OntarioLearn Online-Web

11513-41 $319.90

11186-41 $401.86

OL994

Sustainability in business is often related to profitability. Organizations now need to incorporate practices that include a more holistic approach to the responsibility corporations have to their communities and the environment. Leaders need to assess the impact of the business in an ethical and globally sustainable way using measures such as Corporate Social Responsibility and triplebottom line accounting. Sept.10-Dec.17 OntarioLearn Online-Web

Microsoft Office 2016

11053-41 $319.90

OntarioLearn Textbook List Fall 2019 If you are taking an OntarioLearn course visit: www.confederationcollege.ca/ce/ontariolearn for textbook information.

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


Sept.4-Dec.13 Confederation Online-Web

11686-41 $356.86

History of Indigenous Canadian Relations OL843 This course provides an overview of the historic stages of the relationship between Indigenous peoples in Canada from contact to present day. It will explore the different world views at contact, the years of cooperation and negotiation through the fur trade and treaty making era and the impact of government colonial policy on Indigenous nations. The course will also explore the constitutional recognition of Aboriginal rights which provide an important context for understanding contemporary issues between Indigenous and Canadian societies including land claims, treaties and selfgovernment. Sept.10-Dec.17 OntarioLearn Online-Web

The Ontario Metis

OL868

This course introduces the historical, sociological, and political perspectives on the origins of the Ontario Metis people. The course analyzes, in broad terms, the emergence of the Metis peoples and their relationship with the provincial government. We will also explore trends and issues affecting the Ontario Metis in contemporary society. Sept.10-Dec.17 OntarioLearn Online-Web

Wellness for Life

11377-41 $401.86

www.confederationcollege.ca/ce

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!

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Building Skills for Success

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. Sept.4-Dec.13 Confederation Online-Web

11685-41 $356.86

11536-41 $401.86

Indigenous Identity in Relation to Land OL848 This course will require students to experience and explore Indigenous cosmology(s), knowledge(s) and world view(s) as it relates to the land. The influence of land on Indigenous worldview(s) will provide a way of understanding contemporary perspectives of identity and self-determination. In addition, students will be encouraged to examine and locate their own identity and world view in relation to these concepts. Sept.10-Dec.17 OntarioLearn Online-Web

11060-41 $401.86

Textbooks Required Textbooks may be required for most postsecondary courses and some non-postsecondary courses. Visit: www.confederationcollege.ca/ce/textbook

Part-time Courses - Days, Evenings & Online Fall Academy offers courses common to many college programs. Visit: www.confederationcollege.ca/fallacademy

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

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CONTINUING EDUCATION

Speechcraft - Toastmasters

Culinary Sausage Making

ZB086

Join Dave from Maltese Grocery for this very informative evening of hands-on training and demonstrations. Learn about different recipes and styles of sausages, various seasonings, and the equipment needed to make your own sausages. Students will enjoy samples and take their own sausage home at the end of class. Please bring an apron, dish cloth and take-home containers or large baggies. M Sep.23 D.Maltese

7-10pm SH B211

11167-99 $102.83

General Sign Language Level I Part I

LA750

This is the first part of the Level I American Sign Language (ASL) course using a conversational method following the Signing Naturally Curriculum. Through model dialogues with the instructor and other students, games, exercises and home study, students learn to ask and answer questions, talk about surroundings, tell where they live, talk about their family and tell about activities. Contact the bookstore at 475-6225 to purchase the required textbook. W Sept.18-Dec.18 G. Eyben

7-9pm SH 234

Spanish For Travellers

11390-99 $277.98

7-9pm SH C239

11022-99 $149.16

Farewell

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Tu Sept.17-Dec.17

7-9pm SH C239

Woodworking

10186-99 $57.63

CA115

This is an at-your-own-pace workshop in a fullyequipped woodworking shop with a patient, fun, knowledgeable woodworking instructor to answer your questions. You are required to bring your own project idea and materials to class. Safety and project review will be discussed at first class. Some experience an asset. Classes held in the Dorion building on campus. This course is scheduled for 12 classes but the course is only 11 classes. There will be one Thursday that class will be cancelled due to instructor unavailability, that date is TBA. Th Sept.19-Dec.5 T. Charlton

6:30-10:30pm D 169

11162-99 $352.00

See page 10 for ZC159 Woodworking Carpenters Choice

LA753

This course will provide beginner-level learners planning to travel to Spanish-speaking countries with words, expressions, questions, sentences, and tips needed for specific situations such as greeting and addressing people, checking into a hotel, getting around town, eating out, shopping, and obtaining information. Contact the bookstore at 475-6225 to purchase the required textbook. W Sept.18-Nov.6 D. Lima

ZB553

30 years of times shared, and friendships forged. To all that I have had the pleasure of getting to know and working with, I wish you well. The time has come for me to spend more time with family and our dogs, time to travel, time to fish, time to hike and bike, time to ski, time to paint, sew and knit, time for yoga, time to live life carefree and time for me! As Carol Burnett used to sing “I’m so glad we had this time together, just to have a laugh, or sing a song. Seems we just got started and before you know it, comes the time we have to say, so long. So long everybody! SKL

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

Classroom Legend SH Shuniah Building at Confederation College MC McIntyre Building at Confederation College D Dorion Building at Confederation College CN Contact North, off campus Confederation Online Web-based, off campus OntarioLearn Online Web-based, off campus


Sept.4-Dec.13 Confederation Online - Web W Sept.4-Dec.11 6:30-9:30pm SH C233/328 Oct.28-Feb.7 Confederation Online - Web

Sign Language Level I Part I

11394-41 $356.86 10679-99 $286.86* 11544-42 $356.86

LA750

This is the first part of the Level I American Sign Language (ASL) course using a conversational method following the Signing Naturally Curriculum. Through model dialogues with the instructor and other students, games, exercises and home study, students learn to ask and answer questions, talk about surroundings, tell where they live, talk about their family and tell about activities. Contact the bookstore at 475-6225 to purchase the required textbook. W Sept.18-Dec.18 G. Eyben

7-9pm SH 234

11390-99 $277.98

Spanish For Travellers

LA753

This course will provide beginner-level learners planning to travel to Spanish-speaking countries with words, expressions, questions, sentences, and tips needed for specific situations such as greeting and addressing people, checking into a hotel, getting around town, eating out, shopping, and obtaining information. Contact the bookstore at 475-6225 to purchase the required textbook. W Sept.18-Nov.6 D. Lima

7-9pm SH C239

11022-99 $149.16

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CS007

With a thematic focus on current issues, this course will help learners to express themselves clearly, correctly and persuasively in written form. Learners will also engage in analytical reading and critical thinking through assigned readings and discussions on a variety of topics. The course will also help learners to effectively compile and present research in essay form according to the APA style of documentation. Contact the bookstore at 475-6225 to purchase the required textbook.

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Persuasive Writing

Classroom Legend SH Shuniah Building at Confederation College MC McIntyre Building at Confederation College D Dorion Building at Confederation College CN Contact North, off campus Confederation Online Web-based, off campus OntarioLearn Online Web-based, off campus

OntarioLearn Textbook List Fall 2019 If you are taking an OntarioLearn course visit: www.confederationcollege.ca/ce/ontariolearn/ textbook for textbook information.

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

Confederation Online and OntarioLearn Achieve your educational goals through the online learning environment! Confederation Online and OntarioLearn offer a number of online courses that students can use towards college credits or professional development. The online learning environment gives flexibility to access courses anywhere and at any time. Courses are delivered through online learning management systems, such as Blackboard, Moodle or Desire to Learn and provide content through online methods, such as readings, PowerPoints, discussion boards, videos, and more. Students work independently to complete readings, discussions, and assignments while adhering to a schedule that is provided at the beginning of the course. Facilitators are present and accessible through a number of online communication tools, such as email and course chats. Whether you are interested in earning credit towards a college certificate or diploma, advancing your education or if you are looking for professional development opportunities, online courses may be an option for you! Visit: www.confederationcollege.ca/online

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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 students and instructor in Thunder Bay are joined by students from across Northern Ontario at a Contact North site. Thunder Bay students attend class at Contact North, 104-1139 Alloy Drive Thunder Bay. 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. Th Sept.19 & 26 R. Ongaro

6-9pm CN

Woodworking

10270-83 $284.20

CA115

This is an at-your-own-pace workshop in a fullyequipped woodworking shop with a patient, fun, knowledgeable woodworking instructor to answer your questions. You are required to bring your own project idea and materials to class. Safety and project review will be discussed at first class. Some experience an asset. Classes held in the Dorion building on campus. This course is scheduled for 12 classes but the course is only 11 classes. There will be one Thursday that class will be cancelled due to instructor unavailability, that date is TBA. Th Sept.19-Dec.5 T. Charlton

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6:30-10:30pm D 169

11162-99 $352.00

Woodworking - Carpenter’s Choice ZC159 Have you always wanted to try your hand at woodworking and can’t commit to a lengthy course? Do you have an idea for a small project that you need help with? We will supply the expert, shop, tools and the plans (upon approval and consultation with the instructor), you supply the materials to create your own project. Safety, project review and materials list will be discussed at first class. Come out and learn a new skill in a safe and encouraging environment while creating a one-of-a-kind piece. Some experience an asset. Classes held in the Dorion building on campus. Registration for this course opens Sept.12 based on availability. The September course is scheduled for 6 classes but the course is only five classes due to instructor unavailability, that date is TBA. Th Sept.19-Oct.24 T. Charlton

6:30-10:30pm D 169

11160-99 $180.80

Th Oct.31-Nov.28 T. Charlton

6:30-10:30pm D 169

11161-98 $180.80

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Welding Are you interested in a career in welding or the Welding Techniques program at Confederation College? Are you looking for a new hobby? Why not try our part-time welding courses to find out if it’s right for you? Please note: fees for welding courses delivered through Continuing Education may fluctuate from semester to semester based on current rate of consumables and materials. Students are required to wear proper shop clothing including CSA-approved safety shoes/boots and clear safety glasses with side shields.

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: participants will be asked to sign a Shop Safety Waiver. Classes held in the Dorion building on campus. Wednesday night classes will be 6:30-9:30pm and Saturday classes will be 8:30am-1:30pm. W/Sa Sept.18-Nov.23 M. Fowler

D 165

11391-99 $932.25


Job Seekers:

Employers:

We help you to find meaningful employment!

We help you with the hiring process!

• find out who is hiring

• post your job to our Job Bank

• receive assistance developing a resume, cover letter and preparing for interviews • get information on local labour market trends, apprenticeship and Second Career • use our computers, printer, fax and phone for job search purposes

www.northwestworks.ca

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NORTHWEST EMPLOYMENT WORKS

Northwest Employment Works (NEW) offers a variety of programs and services geared to helping job seekers and employers achieve their goals!

• resume collection and pre-screening • referral of suitable candidates • support to host your organization on campus for candidate recruitment • wage incentives and grants (eligibility requirements)

We also offer one-on-one Employment Advising to further enhance your job search support!

Contact us today! (807) 624-3362 new@confederationcollege.ca www.northwestworks.ca

Whalen Building | 34 N. Cumberland St. | Located on 1st Floor

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WELLNESS CENTRE

www.confederationcollege.ca/wellness-centre

Session runs Monday, September 16 to Saturday, December 7, 2019. Registration begins Monday, August 19 at 9 AM

DAYTIME PROGRAMS PROGRAM

DAY

Lunch Fitness Chair Yoga Gentle Lunch Yoga Gentle Yoga Group Circuit Training Saturday Fitness

TIME

FEE

INSTRUCTOR

M-W

12:00-1:00 PM

$160

Ellie

T

10:00-11:00 AM

$110

Shannon

T or TH

12:10-12:50 PM

$110

Shannon

TH

10:30 AM-12:00 PM

$120

Shannon

F

12:00-1:00 PM

$120

Shannon

SAT

10:00-11:00 AM

$90

Ellie

INSTRUCTOR

EVENING PROGRAMS PROGRAM Happy Hour

DAY

TIME

FEE

T-TH

5:00-6:00 PM

$160

Anne

T or TH

6:00-7:00 PM

$110

Ellie

M

5:00-6:00 PM

$120

Shannon

Zumba

F

5:00-6:00 PM

$110

Shelley

All Levels Yoga

W

5:00-6:30 PM

$120

Shannon

Cycle and Circuit Group Circuit Training

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS PROGRAM

DAY

TIME

Pick-up Basketball

T&F

6:00-9:00 PM

Volleyball Club

SUN

1:00-3:00 PM

Badminton Club

SAT

10:00 AM-12:00 PM

Personal/Small Group Training available. Contact Shannon at 475-6484 or shharris@confederationcollege.ca Canfit Pro Fitness Instructors Specialist Course. Visit www.canfitpro.com or call 577-9620 Prices do not include Tax

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For more information, call 475-6398 or visit: confederationcollege.ca/wellness-centre


Schools will be open for information and registration beginning on Monday, August 26, 2019 during regular school hours.

JK

Junior Kindergarten Orientation: Tuesday, September 3, 2019. Gentle Entry: Parent(s)/Guardian(s) will receive Gentle Entry Plan directly from the school.

SK

Senior Kindergarten: All students begin Wednesday, September 4, 2019. Students will attend the full day.

Grades

1-8

Elementary School: All students begin Wednesday, September 4, 2019. Students will attend the full day.

9

Secondary School: All students begin Wednesday, September 4, 2019. Grade 9 students will attend the full day (Orientation + Classes).

Grades

Secondary School: All students begin Wednesday, September 4, 2019.

Grade

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WELCOME

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School Bus Pick up / Drop Off: September 4th (School Start) Busing will follow regular pick up and drop off schedules.

Committed to the success of every student.

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KINDERGARTEN

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LAKEHEAD PUBLIC SCHOOLS

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LEARNING ACADEMIES

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FRENCH IMMERSION

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FOUR DIRECTIONS

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ADULT EDUCATION

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Need pre-requisite courses for College or University?

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ADULT EDUCATION

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Semester

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Start

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Semester 1

Aug 27 - Sep 5

September 3, 2019

October 25, 2019

Semester 2

Sep 14 - Oct 31

October 28, 2019

December 20, 2019

Semester 3

Nov 12 - Jan 9

January 6, 2020

February 28, 2020

Semester 4

Jan 21 - Mar 5

March 2, 2020

April 20, 2020

Semester 5

Mar 24 - May 7

May 4, 2020

June 25, 2020

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ADULT EDUCATION

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HERTIGAGE LANGUAGES

Junior Kindergarten [V/YHKL

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Heritage Language for Children

Free Classes

Elementary school children are invited to learn or improve a heritage language at one of the locations listed below.

Finnish

Algonquin Avenue Public School

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www.thunderbay.ca/recreation

Recreation & Culture Division www.thunderbay.ca/recreation

Parks & Open Spaces Section www.thunderbay.ca/parks

Golf Thunder Bay Division www.golfthunderbay.ca

Recreation & Culture

Canada Games Complex

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Adult Health, Wellness & Fitness Programs .............91–94 Aquatic Fitness Programs............88 Birthday Parties ...........................88 Child & Youth Aquatic Programs......................84 Diving Club .................................89 Learn to Swim .............................85 Lifesaving Programs....................87 Memberships ...............................81 Personal Fitness Coaching...........95 Private Lessons ............................86 Recreational Swim Schedule .......83 Registration Procedure ................80 User Policy ..................................83 Youth Programs ...........................90

Children & Youth Neighbourhood Recreation Program ...............................46–47 PROKids ................................53–54 Youth Move ...........................48–49 Older Adults 55 Plus Centres ......................68–79 Community Centres...............56–67 Community Interest Community Centres...............56–67 Inclusion Services..................51–52 P.A.L Card ...................................50 Special Olympics.........................55

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Aquatic Family ............................98 Birthday Parties .........................103 Childrens Aquatic Programs........99 Fitness Programs .......................102 General Information ....................98 Leadership Schedule..................101 Recreational Swim Schedule .....103 Swimming Lessons............100–101

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IN PERSON

“Registration Hotline”

Register at the following location. Please call the facility for hours of operation

625–TIME (8463) Or Toll Free 1-844-288-4700 Our registration hotline will be open Monday to Friday 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM. 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 the facility directly. Phone numbers are listed. We will need: • the course name and code • participant name • address and 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 time of registration.

Victoriaville Civic Centre Victoriaville Mall 111 Syndicate Avenue S. • 625–2351 Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre 700 River Street • 684-3066 Sir Winston Chruchill Community Pool 130 Churchill Drive • 577–2538 Volunteer Pool 180 Martha Street • 345–5143 Canada Games Complex 420 Winnipeg Avenue • 684–3403 Payment can be made by cash, cheque, money order or Visa/Mastercard.

HOW TO REGISTER

PHONE

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How to Register

Extra Registration Hotline Coverage We staff the registration hotline, starting on the Monday that follows the weekend delivery of The Key. For a week we have staff answering the phones in the evenings and on the weekends during the following hours: Monday – Friday 6:00–8:00 p.m. Saturday & Sunday 1:00–4:00 p.m. These staff are dedicated to just taking registration calls. If you are having trouble getting through on the hotline during business hours, we now have this option for you to try.

General Registration Information • Most programs have limited registration done on a first come, first served basis. • Payment in full must accompany registration 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 midpoint 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 infromation, please call 625–3220 (Children & Youth) or 684–3338 (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 is 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.

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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 625–2351. This policy applies to registered programs directly administered by the Recreation & Culture Division. Children may aply for program assistance through P.R.O. Kids. For information call 6253212

Receipts If you need a copy of a receipt, please call 625–2351 or 625–2696.

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NEIGHBOURHOOD RECREATION PROGRAM

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NEIGHBOURHOOD RECREATION PROGRAM

NRP is a cfree, inclusive registered recreation program for children in Grades 1-6c.c Edgewater School

St. Thomas School

St. Margaret School

3:15c-c6:15pm Sept 10 - Dec 19 Tuesdays: 416989 Wednesdays: 416990 Thursdays: 416991 Dismissal - 3:15pm - care provided by school staff

3:15 - 6:15pm Sept 10 - Dec 19 Tuesdays: 416992 Wednesdays:416993 Thursdays: 416994 Please use side entrance for pick-up

3:30 - 6:30pm Sept 10 - Dec 19 Tuesdays: 416995 Wednesdays: 416996 Thursdays: 416997 Pleasecuse mainc entrance for pick-up

Parent / Guardian or Alternate Contact MUST be available to promptly pick up the participant during Program hours if required.

For Program information call 625-2954 | nrp@thunderbay.ca or visit thunderbay.ca under Recreation/Children and Youth

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IMPORTANTc INFORMATION FOR PARTICIPANTS To register or make changes, please call 625-8463

We are nut-safe. Please avoid nuts or items with traces of nuts.

Join our Waitlist, our Participant Information Forms and Attendance Managementc Participant Handbooks will bec S I T E S & T I M E S at time of registration. OptimizescProgram Usage. emailed Safe Arrival: Call or text the Site Phone by 3:00pm on the day of the absence.

Safe Dismissal: Photo Identification of those picking up participants.

Indoor Shoes and appropriate outdoor attire are required.

SESSION STARTS: Sept. 10, 2019 SESSION ENDS: Dec. 19, 2019

Our Leaders are trained in the High Five Principles of Healthy Childhood Development, First Aid, Behaviour Management, Games, Sports and Crafts. Participants can register for 1, 2 or 3 days per week. JUNIOR INCLUSION SERVICES: JIS facilitates the inclusion of participants with disabilities in our programs. If you are interested in accessing JIS, please call 632-9430 before registering in the program.

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For Program information call 625-2954 | nrp@thunderbay.ca or visit thunderbay.ca under Recreation/Children and Youth

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YOUTH MOVE

www.thunderbay.ca/youth

School Year Site Hours Drop-In

KINSMEN:

Mon – Fri 3:30-9pm • Sat 1-5pm

MARY JL BLACK: Mon/Wed/Frid 4-8pm EVERGREEN:

Mon 5:30-8:30 • Tues/Thurs 6-8pm

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PAINTBALL

Sat, Sept 7

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Paintball Mnt 1 - 3pm

MAD SCIENCE EXPLOSION

Fri, Sept 20

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Kinsmen 6 - 8pm

FREE

THANKSGIVING DINNER

Fri, Oct 4

415194

Kinsmen 6 - 8pm

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BOWLING @ GALAXY LANES

Fri, Oct 18

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Fri, Nov 8

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PAJAMA PARTY

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PAL CARD

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Personal Attendant for Leisure Card

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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 to the support person. P.A.L. Card applications are available at Victoriaville Civic Centre, online at www.thunderbay.ca/pal or by calling: (807) 625-3220 (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.

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JUNIOR INCLUSION SERVICES

Junior Inclusion Services (JIS) About This Program

Quick Facts

JIS staff facilitate the inclusion of children and youth who have disabilities within Recreation & Culture Division’s programs. JIS staff can help your child/ youth meet people, make connections, be physically active, try a new skill and have fun!

· JIS support is free.

Summer Programs

· Contact us if you are interested in the current session, or the next session.

· Chippewa Summer Camps · Kidventures · Adventurers Camp · Youth Move

· A home/site visit will be conducted prior to your child/ youth attending. · Support must be scheduled before registering for the program. · Support is scheduled based on participant needs and staff availability. · A Participant Intake Form needs to be filled out if this is your child/youthsfirst time attending.

For more information, and to access the intake form, please go to: thunderbay.ca/jis

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· The Playgrounds Program

· Participants can access up to 20 hours of support per session(40 hours in the summer session).

Contact information If you have any questions or would like to access JIS, please contact please contact 625-3220 or SSmart@thunderbay.ca.

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INCLUSION SERVICES

Inclusion Services

Inclusion Services (IS) It is the goal of Inclusion Services, in partnership with Community Living Thunder Bay, is to provide accessible opportunities for all adults with disabilities by removing barriers to participation. Inclusion Services include much more than physical activity and can help provide access the programs offered through the City of Thunder Bayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Recreation and Culture Division, including activities at the following locations:

Canada Games Complex 55 Plus Centres

For more information, and to access the intake form, please go to: thunderbay.ca/is

Volunteer Pool

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Churchill Pool

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City of Thunder Bay Golf Courses Waterfront/Marina Park

Contact information If you have any questions please contact:

Darrik Smith Other Recreation and Culture Run Programming Program Supervisor â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Adult Fitness and Wellness 807-684-3338 DSmith@thunderbay.ca


We are looking for participantsʉand sponsorsʉto Conquer the Tower in support of PRO Kids and the Thunder Bay Diving Club.

PRO KIDS

www.prokidsthunderbay.ca

DO YOU Raise the pledges, raise the jump! For more information contact PRO Kids at 625-3212 or prokids@thunderbay.ca presented by

in support of

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

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THURSDAY NOVEMBERc7th, 2019

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DRAFT AN ATHLETE

DRAFT AN ATHLETE MAKE A DREAM COME TRUE! PURE HEART

PURE INSPIRATION The Draft An Athlete program helps support the costs for each and every athlete, one at a time. A $500 donation will draft one athlete to participate in the Games but more importantly it will let one athlete live their dream of participating.

TO DONATE VISIT specialolympics2020.com

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The Special Olympics Canada Winter Games will be held in Thunder Bay February 25 to 29, 2020. Participants will compete in eight sports: Alpine Skiing, Cross Country Skiing, Curling, Figure Skating, Floor Hockey, Snowshoeing, Speed Skating, and Five Pin Bowling.

PRESENTED BY PRÉSENTÉ PAR

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COMMUNITY CENTRES

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Current River Community Centre Family membership membership is is $5.00 $5.00 per per family. family. Family CRRA Board Meetings The meetings are held the 3rd Monday of each month (except for the summer).

Volunteers Volunteers are essential to our Community Centre. Please come and donate an hour of your time and have fun doing it. There are events for all ages.

Hall Rentals We feature 2 rooms for rentals - the Cedar Star Room and a small meeting room. We provide full banquet catering services for weddings, banquets, as well as catering for luncheons, teas, showers, funerals, etc. Call Pat Baker (Hall Manager) to book your event at 6838451.

RECREATION & CULTURE

Events • Walleye Dinners: Sept. 29 & Nov. 24 from 4:00 – 6:00 pm. Walleye dinner includes homemade fries, coleslaw, dessert, coffee or tea for $15.00 per plate. Children’s menu available. Takeout available. • CRRA Kids Halloween Party: Sunday Oct. 27 from 1:00 – 3:00 pm. Admission: $1.00 or a canned good. Kids receive hot dog, fries and pop. Adults may purchase! All members welcome! • CRRA Kids Christmas Party: Sunday Dec. 1 from 1:00 – 3:00 pm. Admission: $1.00 or a canned good. Kids receive hot dog, fries and pop. Adults may purchase! All members welcome! • Meat Bingos: Our meat bingos are held once a month usually the 2nd Sunday of each month. Sept. 8, Oct. 6, Nov. 10 & Dec. 8. Early birds beginning at 6:15 pm, regular games start at 7:00 pm, $0.50 per card, chips & dabbers, concession is open. • Breakfast: Sept. 8, Oct. 20, Nov. 10 from 10 to 1pm. Pancakes, sausages, hash brown, & scrambled eggs, tea and coffee. $10.00 each. Come out and enjoy!

Programs • Quilting & Crafting Group: Every Monday afternoon from 1 to 4pm. No formal instruction. Come out and sew your quilts & finish crafting projects with others. This is a good time for you all to get together and finish your own projects and help others with

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theirs. From September to June. Fee $4.00 Drop In. Call 683-8451 for more information. Parents & Tots: Moms and Dads, tired of only having a baby to talk to in the morning? Bring your children out to play with other kids on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday mornings from 9:30 to 11:15am. Fee is $4.00 per child and 50 cents each addition child. Daily activities, free play, juice provided. Except for the 1st Tuesday of every month. Call centre for more information” 683-8451. Fitness Class: Tuesdays & Thursdays from 1:30 – 2:30 pm. Cardio salsa dance moves with weights & stretching. Also cardio circuits using step, balls, tubs & weights. Please bring your own weights and mat. Instructor Lisa Guerts 472-7676. Drop-in fee $7.00. Zumba Fitness: Wednesdays from 6:00 – 7:00 pm, from Sept. to June. Instructor Lisa Guerts. Call 4727676 for more information. Register early! All Level Evening Stretch: Thursdays from 6:007:00 pm, Sept. to June. 14 weeks, $99.00. Call 4727676 to register! CRRA 55 Plus Crib: Wednesdays from 12:30 – 3:00 pm, from Sept. to June. Enjoy time with your friends or make new friends. Everyone is welcome! Get together for a fun afternoon of cribbage with our seniors. They do break after 3 games for coffee and dessert, then play 3 more. Every once in a while, they have tournaments. Ballroom Dancing/Social Style Beginner/Intermediate: Tuesdays, 7:00 – 9:00 pm, starting Sept. for 10 weeks. Cost is $70.00 per couple. Please join us for the wonderful experience of learning to dance. This class will teach you the Fox Trot, Waltz, Swing, Tango, Cha Cha & more in a relaxed & friendly atmosphere. If you have never danced before or need a refresher, this is the class for you. Call Frank at 7689102/345-0565 for information. Isshin Ryu Karate with Dinah Jung: The Karate Club has been in operation for many years under the leadership of Sensei Dinah Jung. The Club teaches Isshin Ryu Karate which uses natural body mechanics and natural stances to make a highly effective selfdefense style. Children’s classes - Mondays from 6:00

450 Dewe Ave., PO Box 22010 • Phone: 683-8451 • Fax: 683-3601 E-mail: community@currentrivercom.com • Web Page: www.currentrivercom.com Office Hours: Monday – Friday 9 am – 3 pm


– 7:00 pm, Adv from 6:00 to 7:30. Teen/Adult – Wednesdays from 7:00 to 8:00pm. Teen and Adult classes - Mondays from 7:00 – 8:30 pm. For more information, call Dinah Jung at 768-7930. • VON Canada – Seniors Exercise and Falls Prevention Program: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 – 1:30 pm. This program is designed to help you stay active, social, and healthy. We focus on preventing debilitating falls by doing exercises that strengthen your upper and lower body. Call 344-0012 for more information. • VON Foot Care: 1st and 2nd Monday & Wednesday of every month from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. Includes nail trimming, corn & callus care. Registered

Nurses with advanced foot care certificates provide this medical service monthly at the community centre. Please call 344-0012 to book an appointment. • Current River Mighty Mites Hockey: Please see ad in the community groups section for registration dates and times. • Beginner Quilting Class (4 week class): Will begin with a simple 3 colour rail fence block which will be made into a 36’ x 48 “ quilt. This will cover cutting, sewing, assembling , quilting and binding in class. Other techniques as time allows. Starting October 9 Cost : 75.00 for the 4 weeks. Any additional information please email : nreedhead@shaw.ca or call: Nelly Reedhead 473-5646

COMMUNITY CENTRES

Family membership membership is is $5.00 $5.00 per per family. family. Family

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Current River Community Centre

Jumbo Gardens Community Centre 330 Toivo Street • Phone: 625-2304 Rentals

Thunder Bay Weavers and Spinners Guild

If you’re looking for programming space, call 625-2304. User groups must have insurance. We are unable to accommodate one-time rentals like birthday parties, meetings and showers at this Centre.

The Guild holds meetings at 7:00 pm on the 4th Monday of every month. For more information about workshops or to register, email tbwsguild@gmail.com or call Aletha at 7680228. For more information, visit us on Facebook.

Recreation Discovery

Open Country and Western Dancing

Wednesdays, 12:30 – 4:30 pm Get fit, be adventurous, meet new friends, have fun, and keep active. Recreation Discovery is a supportive group for adults who would like to participate in a variety of activities like hiking, geo-cashing, disc golf, fishing, soccer and many other sports related activities. Contact Earle at Avenue II (346-3336) to register.

Wednesdays, 8:00 – 10:00 pm. For start date or more information, please call Chris Goodheart at 767-2365.

VON Canada

Pilates & Dance with Lynda DePiero

Mondays & Fridays, 2:00 – 2:30 pm Designed to help you stay active, social and healthy, this program focuses on preventing debilitating falls by doing exercises that strengthen your upper and lower body. Call 3440012 for more information.

Pilates (Mondays, 5:30 pm), Adult Tap (Wednesdays, 4:30 pm) & Irish Celtic Dance, Advanced & Intermediate (Wednesdays, 5:45 & 6:45 pm). Contact Lynda at 767-4942 or email bldipper@tbaytel.net.

Square Dance Thursdays, 8:00 – 10:00 pm. For start date or for more information, call Rick and Brenda Wright at 623-0369, or June Gill at 345-7517, or Jerry and Helen Hyvarinen at 7673679.

RECREATION & CULTURE

450 Dewe Ave., PO Box 22010 • Phone: 683-8451 • Fax: 683-3601 E-mail: community@currentrivercom.com • Web Page: www.currentrivercom.com Office Hours: Monday – Friday 9 am – 3 pm

Insanity Live Workouts Saturdays at 9:00 AM. For more information, contact Tanis at 472-5486 or email tanispalko@gmail.com.

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North End Centre Hall Rentals: The hall is available for birthday parties, family functions, wedding/baby showers, etc. All rentals include full use of kitchen facilities. Cost: $100. Full day rental is $170. Liquor functions: $135. Also available is a projector and 120” screen for movies, workshops, etc. at an extra charge of $50.

Volunteers: We’re always looking for volunteers to participate on the Board of Directors and/or assist with various events. If you’d like to become more active in your community centre, call the hall at 345-1951

Programs:

RECREATION & CULTURE

• TOPS: Wednesdays, weigh-in at 11:30 am. Contact Rose Marie Shandruk at 577-5924 or Sue Gallo at 345-8447 for more information.

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• Caribbean African Multicultural Association: Come check us out for new and exciting events for the kids and family alike. Caribbean and African descent or anyone with a love for the culture. For more information, please contact Colleen Peters at 251-2636 or colleenpeters15@gmail.com. • Music Lessons: Private violin and viola lessons with Patrick Horn, Master of Music in performance and pedagogy. Award winning composer and award winning students. Contact Patrick at ephorn@yahoo.com to try your free first lesson. • Afternoon Ballroom Line Dancing: Classes are relaxed, casual, fun and good exercise and Barrie Rooks teaches at the speed of the class to ensure you learn the steps for each dance. No partner needed. Classes run from 1:30 to 3:30 PM starting

Kids Corner • Birthday Parties. Free use of indoor equipment i.e. floor hockey, bean bag toss, fish pond & basketball game. Book your party early by calling the hall at 345-1951. For information regarding rental of inflatable bouncer, please contact Ron at Party Pro at 621-3886. • Movie Nights. Sept. 20, Oct. 18 & Nov. 15 – A favourite children’s movie is shown each month. Admission $2.00. Doors and canteen open at 6:00 pm for social time. Board games, puzzles and colouring books provided. Showtime is 6:45 pm. Home time is 8:30 pm. Bring your friends and family for a fun night out!

• Cooking Class (ages 8 – 12). Mondays once a month from September to December: 4:00 – 6:15 pm The children will learn about nutrition and how to read recipes. After each class, they will eat the meal together and then do the clean-up. Total costs for all 4 classes is $30. Class size is limited, so please register early by calling Beatrice at 343-2920. • Halloween Party. Friday, Oct. 25, 6:00 pm – All children and their parents are invited. Dance to the music, eat some food and enter our Frightful Haunted House!

ADMISSION IS $1 PER PERSON. CHILDREN UNDER 12 ARE FREE!

954 Huron Ave. • Phone: 345-1951


Tuesday Sept 19th, 2019 and run for 10 weeks at $30 per person for the session. Email bgrmail5@gmail.com or phone 473-1922 to register! You must register before starting date. • Ballroom Dance Classes – Beginner and Intermediate: Do you want to make new friends? Do you want to have some fun? Are you tired of just sitting at dances? Surprise your friends and learn to ballroom dance in a social style suited to Thunder Bay’s dance floors. It is easy! BEGINNERS CLASSES: 10 weeks, starting Sept 15thth from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM. $85 per couple for the session. INTERMEDIATE CLASSES: Now that you have the basic steps, let Barrie and Sandy

show you more advanced steps in Fox Trot, Tango, Cha-Cha, Rumba, Swing, Waltz, Samba, Hustle, Night Club 2 Step, or pattern dances. 10 weeks, starting Sept. 15th, from 8:30 to 10:00 pm. $85 per couple for the session. Email bgrmail5@gmail.com or phone 473-1922 to register. You must register before starting date. We will also choreograph dances for special occasions.

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Centre

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North End

Community Centres are the heart of communities... Volunteers are the heart of community centres! Volunteering is a great way to: • Meet new people • Use your skills • Take an active role in your community • Learn something new • Make a difference • Help build community spirit • Make new friends • Have fun, and... • Volunteer work looks great on a resumé!

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954 Huron Ave. • Phone: 345-1951

Contact a community centre near you or call 625–2304 to find out how you can get involved.

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Just 5 scenic minutes past County Fair Mall!

“Your Family… Our Community!” WORKSHOP WEDNESDAYS

Office Hours: Mon., Wed. Thurs., Fri.: 10:00—4:00 (closed 1:30-2:30) Tues.: 11:00—4:00 Rentals: We have 3 different areas to rent for your function. Let us help you with your wedding, anniversary, shower, meeting, workshop, birthday party, etc. For a small additional fee, you can also rent our kitchen! We are a TBayTel Wifi Hotspot and we’re wheelchair accessible. Volunteers: We always welcome volunteers to help out at our monthly Bingos and other events and programs we host throughout the year. It’s a great way for you to meet your neighbours or for students to earn their volunteer hours! Call us or check our website for details!

ADULT REGISTERED PROGRAMS

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Every Wednesday from 6:30—8:30 pm Learn, try or explore something different EVERY WEEK! Advance Registration Required. Energy Exploration Series Join Katherine Keeping, Lightworker, as she guides you through this energy and healing exploration series. Cost: $30 each or $100 for the series. Sept. 11: Chakras Oct. 9: Intro to Crystal Healing Techniques Nov. 13: Self Care Dec 11: Candlelight Labyrinth Walk Your Money and Your Stuff This series is designed to inspire you through your retirement and post-retirement planning, considering all of your assets— financial, personal and virtual! Cost: $20 each or $50 for the series Sept. 18: Financial Planning for Retirement and PostRetirement with David Litt, CD, B.Admin, CFP, RRC

Hatha Yoga: Align & Shine (Instructor: K. Eberhardt) Mondays 6:30—7:30 pm Sept. 9—Nov. 4 (no class Oct. 14) (8 weeks) This gentle Hatha Yoga Program will awaken your inner strength, expand your awareness and bring an experience of increased peace and well being. Cost: $100 Drop-ins welcome ($14). (Appropriate for older adults too!)

Oct. 16: Downsizing Without Distress with Fiona Robinson, Personal Coach and owner at Blissful Living

Low Impact Aerobics (Instructor: D. Heinrich) Tuesdays 6:30—7:30 pm, Sept. 10—Dec. 10 (14 weeks), Low-impact aerobics is a great workout that is less hard on your body, especially your joints. Moving all parts of your body is a great way to get in a heart-pumping workout. You can modify the exercises to meet your ability. No equipment required. (Appropriate for older adults too!) Cost: $75, Minimum 5 participants.

Sept 25, Oct 23, Nov 27 Led by Certified Infinite Possibilities Trainer and Coach Maggie Holbik, this series will help you identify limiting beliefs that may be holding you back from the life you desire and provide you with tools and resources for replacing them—you’ll walk away armed and inspired to live a life full of possibilities! Cost: $30 each or $80 for the series.

ADULT DROP-IN PROGRAMS Cribbage Every Tues. 7:00—9:30 pm Begins Sept. 10 Everyone is welcome! Drop-in Fee: $3 Quilting Every Thurs. 1:00—9:00 pm Bring your own project for this friendly quilting circle. Call Lori at 768-0304 or the office at 767-1400 for more information. Drop-in Fee: $5

Nov. 20: Estate Planning for the 21st Century with Tara Hum, JD, Associate at Buset LLP Infinite Possibility Series

Crafty Calendar Creation Oct. 2, Nov. 6, Dec 4 Join Close To My Heart Consultant Jennifer Oja to create a gift -worthy personalized calendar, just in time for Christmas! Different parts will be worked on each evening. Cost: $20 for all 3 sessions (includes materials) For more detailed information about each of the above workshops, please visit our website: www.northmcintyrereccentre.com

YOUTH PROGRAMS Girl Guides Mon. 6:30—8:30 Begins Sept. 16 The 102 Thunder Bay Pathfinders/Rangers unit wants YOU! Girls age 12-14 (Pathfinders) and age 15-17 (Rangers) meet for skills training, activities that build self-esteem and develop mental health awareness and more! For pricing, information and registration visit: https:// www.girlguides.ca/web/GGC and click on “Join Us”.

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Youth Leadership Tues. 6:30—8:30 pm Sept. 17—Nov. 5 (8 weeks), Cost: FREE Designed to help young people develop speaking and leadership skills, this program teaches youth ages 12-17 how to prepare and present a speech, conduct meetings, listen effectively and evaluate what they have heard. Overcome nervousness, gain self-confidence and make new friends! Presented in partnership with members of Silver Tongues Toastmasters Club #6537. Minimum 5 participants


(Programs supported by the Government of Ontario)

Willow Springs Crafts 10:00 am—12:00 pm, Cost $45/class (includes materials) Mon Sept. 23—Stained Glass Mosaic Panel Mon. Oct. 21—Print Making Mon. Nov. 18—Rustic Bird Feeder Minimum: 5 participants per class RetroFit: Low Impact Aerobics (Instructor: C.Rogers) Mon. & Thurs. 1:30 pm—2:30 pm Sept. 9—Dec. 9 (No Class Oct. 14) (13 weeks) Cost: $100 This fitness class focuses on improving your cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength and endurance and flexibility using basic, safe and effective movements with lots of alternatives to accommodate most aches and pains! RetroFit: Strength & Stretch (Instructor: C. Rogers) Tues. 10:00—11:00 am Sept. 10—Dec 10 (14 weeks), Cost: $50 This class is all about muscular strength, endurance and tone. Using a variety of forms of resistance, you will be led through mindful movements designed to improve your core strength, balance and body awareness. Introduction to Wood Carving Tues. 10:00 am—12:00 pm Sept. 10—Oct 29 (8 weeks), Cost: $20 Discover the fine art of wood carving in this introductory program. Please bring a sharp knife or pocket knife with a lockable blade. Tai Chi and Qigong: (Instructor: Peng You) Tues.1:00 pm—2:00 pm Sept. 10—Dec 10 (14 weeks), Cost: $75 This Tai Chi and Qigong program will help improve your balance and overall sense of well-being. Appropriate for anyone regardless of experience level. Ballroom Line Dancing (Instructors: B. & S. Rooks) Wed. 1:30—2:30 Sept. 18—Nov. 20 (10 weeks), Cost: $50 Do you love ballroom music but can’t find a partner who loves it too?! We have the answer! Ballroom line dancing! All the music, all the moves and no partner required! Join us as you are led through a series of dances guaranteed to get your toes tapping and your hips swinging! Gentle Yoga (Instructor: Irene Hauta) Wed: 1:00 pm—2:00 pm & Fri. 12:30 pm —1:30 pm Sept 11—Dec 13 (14 weeks), Cost: $100 This gentle yoga program is designed to help improve your strength and flexibility, leaving you feeling centred and invigorated. Intro to Facebook Thurs. Sept. 26 & Oct. 3, 3:00—4:30 pm This 2-part series covers Facebook basics, including setting up your profile and security settings, how to like, share and add comments to posts, adding photos...and more! Bring your tablet or laptop! Cost: $15 for one session or $20.00 for both. Soul Saturdays (Instructor: Dave Gladun) Sat. 10:00 am—11:00 am Free Introductory Session Sat. Oct. 5 Program Runs Oct. 19—Dec. 7 (8 weeks), Cost: $30 This program will introduce you to mindfulness practices through both theoretical and experiential activities, including movement and guided meditation.

OLDER ADULT DROP-IN PROGRAMS Mind, Body, Spirit Book Club: (meets 1x/month) Mon. 10:00 am—12:00 pm Sept. 9, Oct. 7, Nov. 4, Dec. 2 The name says it all! We will explore books that inspire us to journey into ourselves. Our first meeting is about getting to know one another and sharing some thoughts from our favourite books. We’ll then pick 2 books to read and discuss at our next meetings. Drop-in Fee: $2 Pickleball Mon., Wed. & Fridays 10:00 am—12:00 pm A combination tennis, ping-pong, badminton and FUN! Cost: $2 per visit. Games Café Mon. 2:00—4:00 pm, Begins Sept. 9 Farkle, Sequence, Mexican Train Dominoes, Absolute Balderdash, Pandemic, and more…or bring your own favourite! Fun, fellowship and light refreshments will be served up! Cost: $3 per visit. (Volunteers needed to help with this program) Crafting Corner Tues. 2:00—4:00 pm, Begins Sept. 10 Bring your yarn, thread, fabric and needles and a project! Some basic knitting, cross-stitch, and braided rug instruction will be available. We’ll share some fun and laughs over a cup of tea or coffee! Cost: $2 per visit. (Volunteers needed to help with this program) Ladies Auxiliary Wednesdays 9:30 am—12:00 pm, Begins Sept. 11 Join our ladies to pinch our famous cheddar cheese perogies! Coffee, laughs and a lot of fun await. Cost: Free! NorMac Seniors (50+) Thurs. 10:00 am —12:00 pm, Begins Sept. 12 Join us for a little exercise and stretch, followed by coffee and socialization. Silver Cinema Fri. 2:00—4:00 pm, Begins Sept. 13 Stroll down memory lane with classic films from the silver screen! Favourites from the 40s to the 70s! Cost: $3 (film only) or $5 includes popcorn and beverage.

SPECIAL EVENTS & PROGRAMS Follow our Facebook page or check our website for details on these fun events and programs!!

Open House: Thurs. Sept. 5, 5:00-9:00 pm

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“Your Family… Our Community!”

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2051 Government Road Thunder Bay, ON P7G 2E9 Phone: 807-767-1400 Just 5 scenic minutes past County Fair Mall! Email: nmcrec@tbaytel.net www.northmcintyrereccentre.com

Membership BBQ & AGM: Mon. Sept. 30, 4:30-8:30 pm Family Halloween Party: Sat. Oct. 19, 5:00-8:30 Halloween Tailgate Trick-or-Treat: Thurs. Oct. 31 5:307:30 Holiday Arts, Crafts and Bake Sale: Date TBA Meat Bingos: Sept. 29, Oct. 27, Nov. 24. Doors open at 5 pm FAMILY FUN NIGHTS! Sept. 6, Oct. 4, Nov. 1, Dec. 6 5:30—8:30 Games, crafts, movies, snacks! Check our Facebook page or website or call the office for details!

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Oliver Road

President

Morning Stretch & Relaxation

Wilma Wood. Office hours are Monday to Friday between 9:00 am – 1:00 pm and Thursday evenings between 6:00 – 8:00 pm.

Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9:30 – 10:30 am, September 10 – November 28. Stretch and move your body through a series of postures and routines and relax your body & mind. Call the Community Centre for more information. Fee $60.

General Meetings Held the first Thursday of October at 7:00 pm. Everyone is welcome!

Ladies Auxiliary Meetings Held the first Monday of the month at 1:30 pm. Come out and make new friends!

2020 Memberships Memberships are $5.00 per year. Come to the office and fill out your membership today! Become a member, become a volunteer! This is your community centre – come out and take an active part.

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Hall Rentals and In-House Catering Oliver Road Community Centre has rental space for weddings, showers, socials, anniversaries, meetings, and special parties. Enjoy the use of our large projection screen for showing slides or movies over our stage. We feature two rooms – the MAIN HALL, capacity 170, and the OLIVER ROOM, capacity 80. We also offer FULL banquet catering: hot meals, cold plates, sandwiches. Be sure to ask for a menu!

Tuesdays, 7:00 – 10:00 pm, September 10 – November 26. We are a group of diverse artists ranging from beginners to professionals who gather to paint & socialize. The purpose is to develop & enhance one’s skills to promote an interest in original fine art. This is done by encouraging & inspiring each other and sharing artistic information. Fee $28.00. Drop-ins welcome.

Oliver Road Social Bridge Drop-In Fridays, 12:50 – 3:30 pm starting September 6. Come out and play a fun game of bridge. Fee: $5.00/afternoon.

Sparks, Brownies, Guides & Pathfinders For further information on registration, please call Sabrina at 577-2181.

O.R.R.A Indoor Yard Sale Saturday, September 14, 9:30 am – 1:00 pm. Table rentals $15 for 8’ tables. Call the office for more information. 345-9531.

PROGRAMS

Ladies Auxiliary Christmas Tea & Bazaar

Registration

Sunday, Nov. 3, 1:00 – 3:00 pm, $5 admission.

Monday, August 12 to Friday, September 6. Call the office at 345-9531 during office hours. NOTE: Registration MUST be paid before classes start.

Christmas Craft Mart

Oliver Road Dance Classes Ballroom Dancing & Social Styles, Beginning Intermediate Level - Mondays 7:00 – 9:00 pm, September 9 – November 25. If you have never danced before or need a refresher, this is the class for you. Learn to foxtrot, waltz, swing, tango, cha cha/rumba in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Call Frank for more information at 768-9102/345-0565 or email mcartwri@tbaytel.net. Fee $70.

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Northern Images Art Club

Friday, November 8, 6:00 – 9:00 pm and Saturday, November 9, 9:30 am – 2:00 pm. Free admission. To rent a table, call the office at 345-9531. 8’ table is $25. Reserve your tables early for the main floor.

Family Christmas Party Saturday, November 30 at 1:00 pm. ORRA members only. Remember to renew your membership in October.

T.O.P.S. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Tuesdays, weigh-in 6:15 to 7:15pm and support meeting at 7:30pm, downstairs around back. Call Tracey at 683-7228 or Rose Marie at 577-5924. .

563 Oliver Road • Phone: 345-9531


Looking for a venue to hold your meetings, parties and gatherings? Space is available at an affordable rate. Please contact Linda at 621-9060 or by email southneebingcentre@gmail.com

Annual General Meeting Wednesday September 25th, 2019 All are invited to attend 7:00 PM at The Centre

Volunteers Needed South Neebing Community Centre is solely operated by volunteers and your help is needed. Please contact us if you have a bit of time to help with any of the following: Spring soccer league, TBall, Seniors drop in or program ideas, Playgroup, Halloween event, Winter Carnival, Spring clean-up and fundraising events.

Zumba with Dionne Sinclair Classes are held Tuesdays 6:30-7:30p.m. Starts September 10th 10 weeks $80 Drop Ins welcome! A total workout, combining all elements of fitness while having fun! Email the centre or contact Linda at 621-9060 to register

Toning Fitness Classes Make muscle, burn calories, lose fat! Drop-Ins welcome, $10! Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Starts September 9th. 10 weeks $80 Both days $160 Call Linda at 621-9060 for more information.

Radiant Yoga with Colleen

Mountain Judo

Classes are held Thursdays, starting September 12, 6:00 – 7:30 pm. $120 for 10 weeks. Drop-ins are welcome! For more information, contact Colleen at 621-9630 or email radiantyoga.colleen@gmail.com or visit her website at www.radiantyogawithcolleen.com.

Please contact Kerry at 474-1601 or mountainsidejudo@gmail.com for more information.

**DONT FORGET TO STOP BY AND VISIT ON HALLOWEEN NIGHT FOR TREATS, HOT BEVERAGE, A GAME OR PERHAPS JUST TO WARM UP!

**NEW** Coming this fall Playgroup Visit our facebook page in the fall for start date and times! We would love to hear from you… any suggestions on programs or events you would like to see for your community centre??

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1841 Mountain Rd. southneebingcenmtre@gmail.com

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We are excited to announce the launch of our new website!

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Vale Community Centre Rentals If you’re looking for programming space, call 625-2304. User groups must have insurance. We are unable to accommodate one-time rentals like birthday parties, meetings and showers at this Centre.

Free program! Some games provided but feel free to bring your own. Call Pina at 621-4349 for more information.

TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Fridays, 9:00 am weigh in, 10:00 am meeting – Non-profit, non-commercial weight loss support group. Contact Rose-Marie Thunder Bay Boys & Girls Club Shandruk at 577-5924 or – After School Program Monday to Friday, 2:45 – 5:30 pm & Mon- rmshandruk@tbaytel.net for more inforday to Thursday 6:30 – 8:00 pm – For mation. more information, please visit the web- Vale 55 Plus site www.tbayboysandgirlsclub.org or call Wednesdays, 1:00 – 3:00 pm. Afternoon 623-0354. tea at 2:30 pm – Join the fellowship and Games and Conversation Drop In meet your neighbours! New members Mondays, 1:00 – 3:00 pm – Join old welcome! Call Pat at 577-3004 for more friends and make new ones over some information. cards, board games and conversations. 20 Vale Ave. • Phone 625-2304

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Call Kristi at 625-3388 or email: klees@thunderbay.ca


HALL RENTALS RENTALS HALL Call Leila 577-8596 or use the on-line reservation form Call Leila 577-8596 or use the on-line reservation form at at www.vhcc.ca. www.vhcc.ca. The for hallshowers, is available for showers, birthday parties, The hall is available birthday parties, meetings, courses, seminars, and family reunions. meetings, courses, seminars, and family reunions. Catering can be arranged or prepare your own food. Catering can be arranged or prepare your own food. Wi-Fi Hotspot WiFi Hotspot

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Visit us at www.vhcc.ca or follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/vickersheightscommunitycenter for the most up-to-date information and event details. Find us on Broadway Avenue “on the way to the Old Fort”

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REGULAR PROGRAMMING (shaded items are not weekly) Wednesday

Women’s Fitness Classes (Mon., Wed., Fri) 10 am - 11 am Deb 939-2854

Women’s Fitness Classes (Mon., Wed., Fri) 10 am - 11 am Deb 939-2854

Women’s Institute

Neebing Needlers

*First Monday of each month* An organization for personal growth and community action.

*Second & forth Wednesday per/month* Anyone interested in quilting and sharing ideas are welcome.

1 pm Leila 577-8596 Board Meetings

*Forth Monday September 23h, November 25th January 22, 2020 Everyone welcome

2019 - 2020

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm Leila 577-8596 Bluegrass & Old Tyme Music Jam 7 pm - 10 pm (starts in October) A jam session and social event. Everyone is welcome. $3/person includes refreshments. 623-8119 or 630-9914

Hunter Safety Course Hunter Education and Canadian Firearms Safety Course.

Register 474-8119

Lumberjack Jamboree Sunday, February 2, 2020

Thursday SSocial, i l Ballroom B ll Swing S i & Latin Dancing Every Thursday starting September 19th. $40 for 8 weeks $25 for 4 weeks. 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm for Waltz, Foxtrot, Tango, Rumba, Quickstep & Jive/Swing. 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm for Cha Cha, Salsa/Mambo, Bachata, Samba, Slow 2-step, & Argentine Tango.

Carmela or Armin 473-4875 adelrosa@tbaytel.net

Friday Women’s Fitness Classes (Mon., Wed., Fri) 10 am - 11 am Deb 939-2854

Saturday Scrapbooking Workshops 9am - 5pm Sept. 15th Special Oct. 5th (9 am-12 am), Nov. 2nd, Dec. 14th Darcy 623-8130

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Monday

Fun for the whole family with outdoor events and prizes for all age groups. 12:30 pm – 4:30 pm Concession opens at 1 pm. Pancake breakfast 10am -12:30 pm. Call Julie to volunteer 476-5971.

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●1914 Arthur St. W. P7K 1C7●

● 577-6661●

Hall Rentals Looking for a place to have an anniversary party, baby shower, birthday party (any age) bridal shower, family reunion, luncheon, funeral gathering, mee ngs of any size, wedding or workshop? We have a large hall as well as smaller mee ng rooms available.

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General Mee ngs Centre board mee ngs are held on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 1:30PM (except July & August) We are always looking for interested volunteers to join our board. TOPS (Taking Pounds Off Sensibly) Meetings every Thursday evening at 7pm. Annual membership fee plus small weekly meeting fee. Call Rose Marie at 577-5924 for more info

Pilates

Table Tennis Join this fun, active group for some table tennis on Thursday & some Friday evenings from 7-9PM (except holidays) Cost is $5 for 2 nights. Call John at 622-2401 for info.

Diminish hip, neck and shoulder pain or sculpt your body by learning the art of Pilates. Every Monday, 5:30-6:30pm (except holidays). Starting Sept 12, Every Thursday, 5:30-6:30pm Cost: $10 drop ins or 12 classes for $110 Call Jeanie at 707-3651 for more info.

Cribbage Join our social crib group every Wednesday from 7:30-10PM. Begins September 4

Carpet Bowling If you would like to limber up and meet some social and active seniors, come join us on Thursday afternoons from 1:30-3:30pm, beginning in September Cost $2.00 drop in fee. Call Dennis at 474-0835 for more info

Call Wayne at 473-5703 for info

Square Dancing Learn modern square dancing and get fit while having fun! Every Monday from 7:30-9:30PM. Cost $5 per person. Call 356-4881 for info.

Round Dancing Learn how to Round Dance! Saturday mornings from 9:30-11:30AM. Couples only please. Cost $5 per person. Call 577-2731 for info.

Ballroom Dance Classes for Beginners & Intermediate Have fun and make new friends! Classes are relaxed, casual, good exercise and done at the pace you are comfortable with. Let Bernie and Sandy show you the steps! Beginner Class Intermediate Class Tues. Sept. 17 (10 weeks) 8:30-10PM $85 per couple

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Tues. Sept 17 (10 Weeks) 7-8:30pm $85 per couple

Contact 473-1922 or email bgrmail5@gmail.com for info You must register before classes begin.


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Senior stretch & exercise program Monday, Thursday 11:45 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 12:30. Foot Care Clinic 3rd Friday Call 1-888-866-9871

Mondays & Thursdays 7-9 pm Ages 12 years & Up Sensei James Stewart 472-4490

AKIRA KARATE Thursdays 6:30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 7:15 PM 4 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 12 years Sensei Hayley Tennier (629-1389 Pro Kids spots available

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CRIBBAGE Thursdays, 1:15 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 3:15PM Sept. - May 2020 $4 Drop-in

Tuesday Breakfast 9:30-11:30 Tuesday Plated Lunch 11:30-1:00 Thursday Breakfast 9:30-1:00 Friday Lunch 11:30-1:00

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Cash BINGO Fridays 1pm-3pm Pickle ball Mon. 3PM, Wed. 1PM Badminton Mon. 1pm, Wed. 6:30PM Fri. 10AM Basketball Wed. 9PM Parents & Tots Thurs. 9:30â&#x20AC;&#x201C;11:30AM Tai Chi â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Dates & times TBD

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THE ULTIMATE ZUMBA EXPERIENCE ZUMBA® TONING First class starts Sept 5 2019 Thursdays 5:30-6:30p.m $50 for 10 week session or $6 Drop-in Instructor : Sharon Smith-Baxter ZUMBA® FITNESS First class starts Sept 4 2019 Wednesdays 5:30 - 6:30pm For 10 week session $50 or Drop-in $6 Instructor: Sharon Smith-Baxter

Radiant Yoga with Colleen Classes start Wed Sept 4 2019 Monday and Wednesday 9:30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11AM $200 for 10 weeks or $11 Drop In

CHAIR YOGA

BEGINNER, BEGINNER

Starts Sept 6

First class starts Sept 7 2019

Friday 10:30am -11:30am 10 weeks $70 or $8 drop in

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Saturdays 9:30am â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11:00am $100 for 10 weeks or $11 drop in

Special Events Movie Day-September 29 Corn Roast & Vendors-Sept 14

Thanksgiving dinner- TBD Indoor Yard Sale- Oct 26

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THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE

T H U N D E R B AY

PLUS CENTRE

Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centres FALL SESSION OF REGISTERED PROGRAMS For more information call 684-3066 To register call the Hotline 625-8463 Travelling or out of town, call toll free 1-844-288-4700 to register

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The Fall Session begins on Monday, September 9. Please read through the description of your class for further information Centre Closed on September 2, October 14, & November 11

55 Plus Registration starts on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7 @ 8:30 am (NO REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED BEFORE THIS DATE)

REGISTRATION PROCESS 1. Avoid the lineup and register by calling the registration Hotline at 625-8463. (You must pay with VISA or MasterCard) 2. In-Person: at the Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre, Victoriaville Centre, Canada Games Complex, Churchill Pool and Volunteer Pool. 3. Payments will be processed and receipts issued at time of registration. We look forward to seeing you this Fall!

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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Programs start the week of Monday, September 9, 2019 For information, please call 684-3066. To register by phone using VISA or MasterCard, call 625-8463. *All prices include HST*

FITNESS, YOGA & WELLNESS CLASSES

*All prices include HST

No Classes on October 14 & November 11 (Centre Closed) ACTIVITY

CODE DAY TIME INSTRUCTOR 414341 MON & WED 1:30 2:30 pm L. Mork-Geurts LOW IMPACT AEROBICS (BEGINS SEPT 30) A gentle warm-up, 20 minutes of a low impact aerobic cardio workout, use of light hand weights, bands and other equipment.

FEE* $110

FUSION FITNESS (BEGINS OCT 1)

414343 TUES & THURS 8:35 - 9:05 am

L. Mork-Geurts

$60

FUSION FITNESS (BEGINS OCT 5)

SAT 11:45am - 12:30 pm L. Mork-Geurts 414344 (NO CLASS OCT 19)

$45

This 1/2 hour 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 your yoga mat, chair, water bottle and towel. Suitable for beginners and strong seniors as well. MON, MORNING ENERGIZER GOLD (BEGINS SEPT 30) 414439 WED & FRI 8:35 - 9:35 am

L. Mork-Geurts

$140

MON, MORNING ENERGIZER GOLD (BEGINS SEPT 30) 414440 WED & FRI 9:40 - 10:40 am L. Mork-Geurts

$140

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FALL 2019 REGISTERED PROGRAMS

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE, 700 RIVER STREET

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

F.I.T. (FITNESS INTERVAL TRAINING)

414589 TUES & FRI

1:30 - 2:30 pm A. Parr

$110

BENDER BALL

414591

THURS

1:15 - 2:15 pm

A. Parr

$65

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

414592

WED

12:15 - 1:15 pm

A. Parr

$65

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.

SIMPLY STRETCHING (BEGINS OCT 1)

414443 TUES & THURS 9:15 - 10:15 am L. Mork-Geurts

$105

SIMPLY STRETCHING (BEGINS OCT 5)

414444

$45

SAT

10:30 - 11:30 am L. Mork-Geurts

This beginner stretch class will start your day with flowing movements of Taiji, energizing postures of Yoga and gentle stability of Pilates. Balls, chairs and mats will be used during this fun and functional class. All fitness levels welcome.

YOGA (NO CLASS OCT 21) YOGA (NO CLASS OCT 11)

I. Hauta

$105

414594 TUES & FRI 10:30 - 11:30 am I. Hauta

$112

EVENING YOGA (NO CLASS OCT 21)

414595 MON & WED 6:30 - 7:30 pm

I. Hauta

$105

SUNDAY YOGA (NO CLASS OCT 20)

414596

I. Hauta

$60

414593 MON & WED

SUN

11 am - 12 pm

3 - 4:30 pm

RECREATION & CULTURE

Learn to work the core, become strong from the inside out. Specific exercises to strengthen weak muscles, balance alignment and posture. This progressive class will challenge cardio & muscular strength, endurance, flexibility and agility.

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 participantâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s needs.

EVENING ENERGIZER (BEGINS SEPT 30)

414189 MON&THURS 5:15 - 6:15 pm

L. Mork-Geurts

$110

20 Minutes of cardio work; 20 minutes of toning using weights and finish with 20 minutes for some abs & stretching as well as cool-down and relaxation.

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THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE, 700 RIVER STREET, FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 684-3066 – TO REGISTER CALL 625-8463 ACTIVITY

CODE

DAY

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

FEE*

ZUMBA GOLD ZUMBA GOLD (NO CLASS OCT 5, 12, 19 & NOV 16)

414598 TUES 2:15 - 3:15 pm K. Gorst-Vigliarolo $60 414600 SAT 10:30 - 11:30 am K. Gorst-Vigliarolo $45 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! (BEGINS OCT 4)

414445 FRI 11am - 12 pm L. Mork-Geurts $50 In this fun class, use a hula hoop as an exercise tool for stretching, strengthening and to help you improve your balance and flexibility.

JUST FOR GUYS FITNESS JUST FOR GUYS FITNESS

414603 MON & WED 9 - 10 am D. Ortgiese $105 414602 TUES & THURS 9 - 10 am D. Ortgiese $115 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. 414748 WED 12:15 – 1 pm K. Makinen $60 MEDITATION FOR BEGINNERS Join certified yoga teacher Kaija Makinen to embrace the power of meditation in this beginner class. Learn the art of breathing, focusing and find your inner calm.

MEDITATION - ADVANCED

414750 WED 11 am – 12 pm K. Makinen $60 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 SIT AND BE FIT

414790 MON 12:15 - 1:15 pm L. Young 414791 THURS 11:30 am - 12:30 pm L. Young 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.

$60 $65

RECREATION & CULTURE

CHAIR/SEATED YOGA CHAIR/SEATED YOGA CHAIR/SEATED YOGA CHAIR/SEATED YOGA LEVEL 2

414751 TUES 10:15 – 11:15 am K. Makinen $60 414752 TUES 11:30 am -12:30 pm K. Makinen $60 414753 WED 9:45 – 10:45 am K. Makinen $60 414754 FRI 9:45 – 10:45 am K. Makinen $60 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 (BEGINS SEPT 9)

KEEP MOVING WITH PARKINSON’S (BEGINS OCT 21)

& WED 11 am – 12 pm K. Gorst-Vigliarolo $50 414446 MON (5 WEEKS) & WED 11 am – 12 pm K. Gorst-Vigliarolo $50 414447 MON (5 WEEKS)

KEEP MOVING WITH PARKINSON’S

FRI 414448 (12 WEEKS) 9 am – 10 pm D. Ortgiese $60 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. NO PUNCH CARDS (BEGINS SEPT 13)

STRENGTH IN MOTION ((10 WEEKS) NO CLASS OCT 21

414450

MON

9:45 – 10:45 am K.Gorst-Vigliarolo $50

STRENGTH IN MOTION (12 WEEKS) STRENGTH IN MOTION (12 WEEKS)

414451 WED 9:45 – 10:45 am K.Gorst-Vigliarolo $60 414452 WED 5 – 6 pm K.Gorst-Vigliarolo $60 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. NO PUNCH CARDS

DON’T FORGET ABOUT OUR TRY A CLASS ON US PROMOTION! Interested in a class but aren’t sure it would be right for you? Try any fitness class ONCE for FREE with a Try a Class on Us Card. Pick one up at the main office or call us to find out more 684-3066!

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FELDENKRAIS METHOD

CODE

DAY

414806

FRI

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

12:15–1:15 pm O. Reimer

FEE* $70

This class is done lying down and 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. 414807 WED 5:15–6:15 pm O. Reimer $70 FELDENKRAIS CHALLENGE Getting down on the floor and getting back up again the easy way! Learn how to get back on your feet if you’ve had a fall or just have a hard time getting up and down.

SOLID GOLD FITNESS *NEW* (NO CLASS OCT 21) 414940

MON

5:15–6:15 pm

L. Young

$55

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 *NEW* FUNCTIONALLY FIT *NEW*

415513 TUES 10:45–11:45 am L. Winter 415539 THURS 10:15–11:15 am L. Winter 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.

$60 $60

JOY OF LATIN LINE DANCING - Beg

$75

415044

THURS

9–10:00 am

A. Del Rosario

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THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE, 700 RIVER STREET, FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 684-3066 – TO REGISTER CALL 625-8463

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 - Int

415046

THURS

10:15 – 11:45 am A. Del Rosario

$80

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. 414789 TUES 5 – 6 pm K. Makinen $60 A total body workout, enjoy a fun class with an experienced instructor. This class involves yoga moves and postures while seated on a ball. This easy and safe workout will improve balance and enhance breathing techniques. Try it out today!

YOGA FIT – HATHA YOGA

414800

WED & FRI

10:30 am – 12 pm M. Levanto Gleeson $105

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

RECREATION & CULTURE

YOGA ON THE BALL

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THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE, 700 RIVER STREET

Tai Chi

*All prices include HST

No Classes on October 14 & November 11 (Centre Closed) ACTIVITY

CODE DAY TIME INSTRUCTOR FEE* 414891 TUES & FRI 10:45 am– 12 pm O. Reimer $120 ADVANCING TAIJI We will practice Taiji Qigong, 8, 16, 24 and 48 Forms. 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 (NO CLASS OCT 11)

414893

FRI

11 am-12 pm

S. MacKenzie

$65

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. 414894 THURS 12 – 1 pm S. MacKenzie $65 TAIJI – QIGONG – 6 FORMS 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.

TAIJI – 16 FORMS

414892 MON & THURS 10:45 – 11:45 am O. Reimer

$110

16 Forms is a good progression when you are very comfortable with the 8 Forms. The emphasis continues on learning to move with body awareness and internal focus. You will maintain and improve balance, range of motion and strength. You will learn to relax your mind and body so you can move with greater strength and efficiency 414941 THURS 2:30 – 3:30 pm B. Cadene $65 SEATED/STANDING TAI CHI This class includes gentle exercises using Tai Chi movements that can be performed either seated or standing. Helps to improve mental & physical balance; increase & maintain range of motion and improve flexibility and co-ordination. 414944 TUES & FRI 9:30 – 10:30 am B. Cadene $110 TAIJI – 8 FORMS An introduction to taiji. It combines choreography, body awareness and meditation through movement. Improve and maintain strength, range of motion, co-ordination and balance and have fun doing it.

RECREATION & CULTURE

TAIJI – 24 FORMS

414896 MON & WED 9 – 10 am O. Reimer $110 24 Forms is a good progression when you are comfortable with the 16 Forms. The emphasis continues on learning to move with body awareness and internal focus. You will maintain and improve balance, range of motion and strength. You will learn to relax your mind and body so you can move with greater strength and efficiency

WORKSHOPS – THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS 700 River Street No Classes on October 14 & November 11 (Centre Closed) WORKSHOP TITLE

SWEDISH WEAVING HEM (nun) STITCH WORKSHOP

CODE

DATE

TIME

415341

MONDAY, OCT 28

1 – 4:30 pm

INSTRUCTOR V. Zhiha

$20

Learn how to professionally finish your afghan or other weaving projects. Learn the art of the traditional Hem Stitch, the Italian Hem Stitch and tassels, to name a few! Materials can be purchased from the instructor for $10.00 at the workshop.

SWEDISH WEAVING – Beginner (BEGINS SEPT 9) (5 CLASSES)

415342

MONDAYS

1 – 4 pm

V. Zhiha

$45

Also known as Huck Weaving, this art is simple and easy to learn. In this 6 week class, you will learn to weave patterns on cloth to produce a table runner or similar items. All materials can be purchased from the instructor for $25.00.

GREETING CARDS

415545

WED SEPT 25

1:30 – 4:30 pm P. Lloyd

$25

GREETING CARDS

415546

WED OCT 23

1:30 – 4:30 pm P. Lloyd

$25

GREETING CARDS

415547

WED NOV 13

1:30 – 4:30 pm P. Lloyd

$25

GREETING CARDS

415548

WED DEC 4

1:30 – 4:30 pm P. Lloyd

$25

This workshop is suitable for the beginner as well as more accomplished card makers. You will create 3-5 cards and learn different processes and techniques in designing your cards. Please bring a pair of scissors, all other supplies provided.

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INTRODUCTION TO PAPER MAKING 415140 TUES, NOV. 26 10:30 am – 12 pm Willow Springs

$35

Get ready for the gift giving season! Using 3 different techniques, you will learn to marble wrapping paper, gift boxes, gift tags and cards.

AUTUMN TREES ACRYLIC, PALETTE KNIFE PAINTING ON CANVAS

MONDAY, OCT. 7 Create a seasonal work of art using acrylic paints and palette knives on canvas 415144

10:30am–12:30pm Willow Springs

VISUAL ARTS No Classes on October 14 & November 11 (Centre Closed)

$35

*All prices include HST

ACTIVITY

CODE DAY TIME INSTRUCTOR FEE* 415540 MON 9 am - 12 pm G. Zelinski $120 This course will cover techniques for mixed media as life drawing using both wet and dry mediums. Students are encouraged to work on independent projects and the instructor will assist with instruction throughout the project.

MIXED MEDIA

MECHANICS OF WATERCOLOURS

415541

MON

1 - 4 pm

G. Zelinski

$120

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TUES 1 – 4 pm M. Duncan $65 (3 WEEKS) This workshop is for the intermediate knitter. You will learn a technique called the Latvian Braid with instruction from our master knitter to create a garland of mini mittens for Christmas. Instructor will call you with list of supplies before the class.

FAIR ISLE MITTEN GARLAND (BEGINS OCT 1) 415340

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE, 700 RIVER STREET

If you’ve admired watercolour paintings and wanted to try out this art form, this class is for you! You will understand the differences of transparent, opaque and staining colours then adapt colours best suited to your style or subject matter.

DRAWING/SKETCHING PEN & INK

415543

WED

9 am - 12 pm

G. Zelinski

$120

DRAWING/SKETCHING PEN & INK

415544

WED

1 - 4 pm

G. Zelinski

$120

Classes are designed to help artists develop their visual perception. Skills are developed by drawing what we actually see & not what we think it should look like. You will use pen & ink primarily for this class. FRI 1 - 4 pm L. Fidler $110 This course is for painters with experience. 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 subject covered.

COLOURED PENCILS (10 CLASSES)

414989

FRI

9 am - 12 pm

L. Fidler

$110

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. Supply list available by request.

BASIC GRAPHITE DRAWING (10 CLASSES)

415039 TUES 9 am - 12 pm L. Fidler $110 Drawing is a learnable skill and forms the basis of all visual art. It requires the desire to learn, practice and a small selection of materials. This course will teach you to develop observational skills required to transcend simple shapes into detailed drawings.

BEGINNER WATERCOLOUR 6 CLASSES (NO CLASS OCT 1)

414933

TUES

1 - 4 pm

B. Baker

$70

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.

INTERMEDIATE WATERCOLOUR 6 CLASSES (NO CLASS OCT 1)

414995

THURS

9 am – 12 pm

B. Baker

RECREATION & CULTURE

WATERCOLOURS - FLORAL BIRDS (10 CLASSES) 414991

$70

If you took beginner watercolours in the Spring and want to move on to the next steps in your artistic skill building, then this class is for you! You will complete 3 paintings in these 6 classes.

ADVANCED WATERCOLOUR (NO CLASS OCT 3) (6 WEEKS)

414996

THURS

1 - 4 pm

B. Baker

$70

In this fast paced course of 6 classes you will complete 5 paintings while honing your skills as a watercolour artist. Learn more about the art of watercolour painting with a great instructor. 415041 TUES 9 am - 12 pm L. Lindsey $70 ACRYLIC PAINTING (6 CLASSES) This class is designed for those who are just 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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THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE, 700 RIVER STREET

GENERAL INTEREST

*All prices include HST

No Classes on October 14 & November 11 (Centre Closed) ACTIVITY

CODE 416735 Learn to play the guitar, no experience required. Must bring own guitar

TIME INSTRUCTOR 9:30 – 10:30 am T. O’Brien

FEE* $140

416737 WED 1 – 2 pm T. O’Brien GUITAR LESSONS – GREEN GROUP Formerly the beginner group, participants will learn music notation and tablature, chords and rhythms. You will complete book 1.

$140

GUITAR LESSONS FOR BEGINNERS

DAY WED

GUITAR LESSONS- PURPLE GROUP

416734 TUES 11 am – 12 pm T O’Brien $140 Formerly called the intermediate group, participants in this lesson will read guitar notation and are presently learning chords, rhythms and song arrangements.

GUITAR LESSONS – BLUE GROUP

416736 WED 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.

$140

416733 TUES 9:30 – 10:30 am T. O’Brien GUITAR LESSONS – RED GROUP Previously called Advanced 2, this group will read guitar notation or tablature, play chords and work on song arrangements.

$140

BASKET WEAVING –BEGINNERS (BEGINS OCT 2) (NO CLASS OCT 23) (4 CLASSES)

414889

WED

1 – 4 pm

L. Salini

$105

This class is designed for the beginner who has always admired basket weaving but never tried it. You will learn the basic techniques and complete 1 or 2 baskets by the end of the course. All materials are supplied.

BASKET WEAVING –ADVANCED (BEGINS NOV 15) (4 CLASSES)

414939

FRI

1 – 4 pm

S. Breckenridge $110

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 Instructors discretion.

WHIST LESSONS FOR BEGINNERS

RECREATION & CULTURE

(BEGINS SEPT 10) (4 WEEKS)

416451

TUES

1 – 3 pm

C. Snow

$15

Enjoy playing cards and want to learn how to play the game of whist? Join a fun and entertaining instructor to learn Whist with humour and how to integrate bridge strategy smattering with the game of whist.

CRIBBAGE LESSONS (BEGINS SEPT 9) (5 CLASSES) 416452

MON 1 – 3 pm C. Snow Learn to play the game of Cribbage with our experienced instructors. Must have good math skills to play crib.

CONGA DRUMS & DRUMMING

$40

(BEGINS SEPT 9) (4 CLASSES)

415555

MON

10:15 – 11:30 am S. Jesseau

$80

CONGA DRUMS & DRUMMING (BEGINS OCT 7) (4 CLASSES)

415556

MON

10:15 – 11:30 am S. Jesseau

$80

CONGA DRUMS & DRUMMING

415557

MON

10:15 – 11:30 am S. Jesseau

$80

(BEGINS NOV 18) (4 CLASSES)

The sound of Cuban music, Latin music, Reggae, Santana and more! Learn the basic strokes and unique conga techniques. Learn popular music and hot traditional patterns! Perfect for musical beginners but will also serve those with experience.

MERLIN/STRUM STICK/DULCIMER (BEGINS SEPT 10) (4 CLASSES)

415558

TUES

9:30 – 10:30 am S. Jesseau

$60

MERLIN/STRUM STICK/DULCIMER (BEGINS OCT 8) (4 CLASSES)

415559

TUES

9:30 – 10:30 am S. Jesseau

$60

MERLIN/STRUM STICK/DULCIMER

415560

TUES

9:30 – 10:30 am S. Jesseau

$60

(BEGINS NOV 19) (4 CLASSES)

Play the Merlin/M4 /Strum-stick/& Dulcimer. Beginners start here! DAdd tuning, melodies, strumming, picking, finger-picking, basics of music and lots of fun rhythmic playing! You can repeat the class numerous times, learning the basics and much more! Merlin’s are supplied! The world’s easiest "guitar"!

UKULELE FOR BEGINNERS (8 CLASSES) INTERMEDIATE UKULELE (8 CLASSES)

415554 416490

THURS 9:30 – 10:30 am M. Mauro $40 THURS 10:45 – 11:45 am M. Mauro $40 Learn to play the Ukulele with our experienced instructor. Please bring your own Ukulele. Must have taken beginners before intermediate.

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415552

WED

1 – 3 pm

M. Langevin

$95

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

TECH CLASSES – APPLE Mac/iPad & iPhone

*All prices include HST

No Classes on October 14 & November 11 (Centre Closed) ACTIVITY

CODE DAY TIME INSTRUCTOR FEE* TUES 10 am – 12 pm D. Brown $80 IPAD BEGINNER (BEGINS SEPT 10) (5 CLASSES) 415577 WED 10 am – 12 pm D. Brown $80 IPAD BEGINNER (BEGINS SEPT 11) (5 CLASSES) 415578 In this very beginner class, you will learn about messaging, emails, contacts, calendars, taking pictures, internet, apps and so much more.

IPAD INTERMEDIATE (BEGINS SEPT 10) (5 CLASSES) 415584 IPAD INTERMEDIATE (BEGINS SEPT 11) (5 CLASSES) 415585

TUES 10 am – 12 pm D. Brown WED 1 – 3 pm D. Brown You will learn more in depth editing of photo’s, video’s, panoramic settings, apps, Facetime, copy and pasting items and more.

$80 $80

IPHONE BEGINNER (BEGINS SEPT 9) (5 CLASSES) IPHONE BEGINNER (BEGINS OCT 21) (5 CLASSES)

415569 MON 6 – 8 pm M. Demillo $80 415570 MON 6 – 8 pm M. Demillo $80 This class is designed for those who have an iPhone and are looking to maximize its use and efficiency. Course will cover basic settings, using the internet, text messaging, email using contact list, calendar, photos, Facetime and apps.

IPHONE INTERMEDIATE (BEGINS SEPT 11) (5 CLASSES)

IPHONE INTERMEDIATE (BEGINS OCT 23) (5 CLASSES)

415573

WED

6 – 8 pm

M. Demillo

$80

415574

WED

6 – 8 pm

M. Demillo

$80

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THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE, 700 RIVER STREET

For those of you with iPhone experience. This class focuses on making your Iphone work more efficiently for your needs.

LEARN YOUR MAC - BEGINNER (BEGINS SEPT 13) (6 CLASSES)

415567

FRI

1 – 3 pm

A. Houstoun

$80

LEARN YOUR MAC - INTERMEDIATE 416491

(BEGINS OCT 21) (6 CLASSES)

MON

1 – 3 pm

A. Houstoun

$80

In this 6 week course, you will learn more in depth about the App Store, iMessage, preview, Screen Share, Printing Lists of Applications, folders, Keychain, Combining PDFs and more.

LEARN YOUR MAC - ADVANCED (BEGINS NOV 1) (6 CLASSES)

415568

FRI

1 – 3 pm

A. Houstoun

$80

This class is NOT for Beginners. Bring your own Macbook or use our Mac desktops. You will learn how to improve Safari, photo’s and music, system preferences, games and much more.

ANDROID WORKSHOPS ACTIVITY

BASIC ANDROID PHONE (BEGINS NOV 5) (4 CLASSES)

*All prices include HST CODE

DAY

TIME

415565

TUES

1 – 3 pm

INSTRUCTOR G. Reguly

FEE* $40

RECREATION & CULTURE

A six week course designed to help you increase your knowledge of your MacBook laptop or desktop computer. This class will cover the basics and go into detail about more specific programs on your Mac.

This beginner workshop will teach you how to set up and use all the basic functions on your phone - text, make phone calls easily, and adjust settings to hear and see your phone. Sorry no Iphones.

COMPUTER WORKSHOPS & CLASSES ACTIVITY

WINDOWS 10 (BEGINS SEPT 10) (6 CLASSES) WINDOWS 10 (BEGINS NOV 5) (6 CLASSES)

*All prices include HST

CODE DAY TIME INSTRUCTOR 415561 TUES & THURS 9:30 – 11:30am G. Reguly

FEE* $80

415562 TUES & THURS 9:30 – 11:30am G. Reguly

$80

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

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE, 700 RIVER STREET SOCIAL MEDIA FOR SENIORS

416453 OCT 10, 17, & 24 10 am – 12 pm A. Houstoun

$50 Get comfortable using Facebook and Instagram to stay connected with family members. Learn the ins and outs, how to post pictures, and feel safe while being online. Bring your own device or use our desktops. 1 – 3 pm D. Brown $20 STAYING SAFE ONLINE 416454 THURS. SEPT 26 Whether you are using your computer, laptop, tablet or smart phone, join Dr. Donna from PC Medic for some sage advice on how to Stay Safe Online. Use our computers or bring your own devise.

INTRO TO FRACTAL ART WORKSHOP 416489

OCT 9

1 – 4 pm

C. Cooper

$38

NOV 13 1 – 4 pm C. Cooper $38 INTRO TO FRACTAL ART WORKSHOP 416738 Fractals are beautiful and colourful images created on your computer. Learn how to create your very own fractal art, and how to use it to design your own innovative quilting designs. Basic Windows knowledge required.

OFFSITE WORKSHOPS AND PROGRAMS – the following programs take place at other facilities but are geared to those 55 or better, get involved in a program today! ACTIVITY

CODE

AQUA EXTRAVAGANZA 416608

(BEGINS SEPT 16 )

DAY MON

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

1:15 – 2 pm A. Parr

LOCATION

FEE*

Volunteer Pool, 180 Martha St. $58.15

Join in this great aqua fitness class that will help to improve cardiovascular and muscle strength with endurance for better health. A little bit of everything, aqua zumba, aqua jog, aqua boot camp and more! Join in the fun in the water with great music and an experienced instructor!

RECREATION & CULTURE

TUES Fort William Historical Park $27 OCT 1 9 am – 4 pm TBA Join us for a relaxing afternoon and learn the art of loom beading. It looks like a lot of work but it’s simple and quite relaxing to make. You will make your choice of a choker, bracelet, or anklet.

LOOM BEADING

415147

MOCCASIN MAKING

FRI 9 am – 5 pm TBA 415148 OCT 25

Fort William Historical Park

$77

Learn techniques of cutting out moccasin patterns and working with leather. Learn to sew the puckered toe Ojibwa style moccasin slipper. Participants will complete one side of the moccasin and leave with the skills to finish the project at home. Bring a lunch and wear comfortable clothes.

TEA EDUCATION AND TASTING

415149

MON OCT 7

1 – 3 pm

TBA

Tea Horse, 284 Bay St

$40

Beginning with a western style demonstration and tea service using a black, green or white tea. You will then be taken on an interactive “Tea 101” experience with a variety of teas and a light snack.

ART EXHIBITION GUIDED TOUR: BEADS, 415190 THEY’RE SEWN SO TIGHT

WED OCT 2

1:30 – Gallery 3:30 pm Guide

Thunder Bay Art Gallery 1080 Keewatin St

$6

An exhibition of work by four contemporary artists who innovate in the field of beading and quillwork. The work of the artists threads together formal aspects of art making for indigenous people.

ART EXHIBITION GUIDED 415191 WED NOV 20 TOUR:LEO YERXA

1:30 – Gallery 3:30 pm Guide

Thunder Bay Art Gallery 1080 Keewatin St

$6

A survey of the work of the internationally acknowledged artist and writer whose gifts created a bridge between the ways of the native and the non-native world. Like us on Facebook to find out about our upcoming events, workshops and all the exciting things happening at the 55 Plus Centre throughout the year!

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Programs start the week of September 9, 2019 and run for 13 weeks unless stated otherwise For information about programs listed, please call 625-3135 or to register by phone

FITNESS & WELLNESS

*All prices include HST

No Classes on October 14 & November 11 (Centre Closed) ACTIVITY

CODE DAY TIME INSTRUCTOR FEE* 414601 FRI 1:30 am – 2:30 pm L. Mork-Geurts $50 ZUMBA (BEGINS OCT 4) (10 CLASSES) 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

414801 THURS 10:30 am – 12 pm M. Gleeson $75 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.

JOY OF LATIN LINE DANCING - BEG (12 CLASSES)

415045

MON

10 – 11:30 am

A. Del Rosario

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WEST ARTHUR COMMUNITY CENTRE 55 PLUS PROGRAMS Located at 1914 Arthur St. W – your south side location for 55 plus programs!

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE

WEST ARTHUR COMMUNITY CENTRE 55 PLUS PROGRAMS, 1914 W. ARTHUR ST. TO REGISTER CALL 625-8463 OR FOR INFO CALL 625-3135

$75

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.

VISUAL ARTS & GENERAL INTEREST ACRYLIC PAINTING (10 CLASSES)

CODE

DAY

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

FEE*

415040

FRI

9:00 am – 12 pm

L. Lindsey

$110

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

MECHANICS OF WATERCOLOURS (11 CLASSES)

415542

TUES

1 – 4 pm

G. Zelinski

$120

This class is designed for those with some watercolour experience. Students will work on honing the principles and techniques of this medium with a fantastic instructor. Instructor will review supplies needed at the first class.

BEGINNER WATERCOLOUR (BEGINS SEPT 24) (6 CLASSES)

414994

TUES

9 – 12 am

G. Zelinski

$65

This 6 week beginner workshop 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.

RECREATION & CULTURE

ACTIVITY

*All prices include HST

Join us for a variety of drop in activities such as painting, knitting, line dancing and more, for only $2. Call 625-3135 for a full list of details.

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THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE

WEST ARTHUR COMMUNITY CENTRE 55 PLUS PROGRAMS, 1914 W. ARTHUR ST. TO REGISTER CALL 625-8463 OR FOR INFO CALL 625-3135

WORKSHOPS ACTIVITY

*All prices include HST CODE

DAY

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

FEE*

RUSTIC BREAD MAKING

415141 TUES OCT 22

11 am – 2 pm

Willow Springs

$55

RUSTIC BREAD MAKING

415189 TUES NOV 12

11 am – 2 pm

Willow Springs

$55

Learn to make three different types of bread (focaccia, honey oat and braided sweet loaf) in 3 different shapes. Beverages and additional lunch food included. Everyone gets 3 loaves to take home!

RUSTIC PIZZA MAKING

415142

WED OCT 16

11 am – 1 pm

Willow Springs

$45

Learn to make pizza dough using Brule Creek flour, homemade sauce and pesto, and dress the pizzas with a creative selection of ingredients including local gouda, then bake to perfection!

APPLES, APPLES, APPLES!

415143

TUES OCT 8

1 – 4 pm

Willow Springs

$47

Willow Springs

$43

Let’s celebrate local apples by making apple cider, apple juice, apple crisp and an apple Bavarian torte!

FRESH EVERGREEN WREATH

415145

TUES DEC 3

1 – 3 pm

Using freshly cut boughs, cones, twigs, seed pods, baby’s breath and more. We will create a large festive wreath to adorn a door, fence or gate.

VEGETARIAN LATIN COOKING

415439 WED SEPT 25

11 am – 1 pm

Kitty

$35

In this class we will be making a delicious and colourful Latin meal. We will make tortillas, salsa, refined beans, Aztec rice and delicious dessert.

RECREATION & CULTURE

INTRODUCTION TO VEGAN COOKING 415440 WED OCT 23

11 am – 1 pm

Kitty

In this intro class we will make 5 inspiring dishes that are 100% plant based, using alternatives like almond milk and “cheese”.

VEGETARIAN COMFORT FOOD

415441

WED. NOV 6

11 am – 1 pm

Kitty

$35

As the weather cools, join us for this cooking class with a twist on your favorite, stick to your stomach, comfort foods. We will make lentil loaf, a hardy soup, delicious sides and of course something for your sweet tooth! WED & FRI 3 – 4 pm G. Siciliano $60 OCT 2 - 18 Join us for this special 3 week yoga workshop with Gwen. Based out of Duncan, BC, Gwen travels the world leading her somatic yoga workshops and retreats. Somatic Movement Flows®, increase your flexibility and coordinate the muscular system. All abilities welcome! Drop in to try it out for $12.

SOMATIC YOGA

416450

Look for the Arthur St. Community Centre Facebook page to find out about all the upcoming special events, workshops and exciting things happening all year at the Centre.

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$35


Parking Pass is needed; $1.25 each hour (parking booth outside main doors) Please bring indoor shoes for walking on the track. Please use the main entrance, side track entrance and parking may be used only for individuals with mobility devices.

Wit Knits - FREE! Location: Mary J L Black Library, 901 Edward Street South Date: Every Thurs, Sept 12 – Dec 12 Time: 1:30-3:00pm Drop in, no instruction- knit while you socialize

Retirement Explorers - FREE! Location: Mary J L Black Library, 901 Edward Street South Date: Every Fri from Sept 13 to Dec 6 Time: 1:00 - 2:30pm Join others who are retired or thinking of retirement to discuss things to do and places to see in Thunder Bay. Make connections with new people and explore the benefits retirement has to offer.

Location: Da Vinci Centre Date: Thurs, Sept 5 – Nov 28 Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm Cost: $2.00 Drop in for ANYONE 55 Plus Bring your indoor shoes and water bottle **The Da Vinci is open for coffee, tea & juice but no alcoholic beverages can be consumed while playing with the Bocce Ball 55 Plus drop in group.

55 Plus Guided Art Tours Join others at the Thunder Bay Art Gallery for a guided tour of 2 different exhibitions. Cost: $6.00, registration required. Call 625-8463 to register.

Beads, they’re sewn so tight Date: Wed, Oct 2 Time: 1:30-3:30pm Cost: $6 per person, to register call 625-8463 Code- 415190 An exhibition of work by four contemporary artists who innovate in the field of beading and quillwork. The work threads together formal aspects of art making such as colour and composition with critical issues such as language retention, stereotypes, and social and environmental injustices for Indigenous people.

FAB Ladies Bocce Ball Location: Da Vinci Centre Date: Wednesdays, Sept 4th – Nov 27th Time: 1:00pm-2:30pm Cost: $2.00 Drop in for ANYONE 55 Plus Bring your indoor shoes and water bottle **The Da Vinci is open for coffee, tea & juice but no alcoholic beverages can be consumed while playing with the Bocce Ball 55 Plus drop in group.

FABs Latin Line Dancing - FREE! Date: September 12, 2019 Time: 1:30 - 3pm Location: West Arthur Community Centre, 1914 Arthur St. W Code: 415389

FAB Darts - FREE! Date: Tuesday, October 22, 2019 Time: 1-3pm Location: Elks, 201 Syndicate Ave Code: 415390

FABs Spin Class- FREE! Date: Thursday, November 14 Time: 1-2pm Location: Canada Games Complex Code: 415391

Leo Yerxa Date: Wed, Nov 20th Time: 1:30-3:30pm Cost: $6 per person, to register call 625-8463 Code - 415191 A survey of the work of the internationally acknowledged artist and writer whose gifts created a bridge between the ways of the native and non-native world.

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Location: LU HANGAR, 955 Oliver Rd. Date: Tues. Oct 1 – Dec 10 Time: 2:00 - 3:00pm AND Date: Fri. Oct 4 – Dec 13 Time: 10:00am - 11:00am

For registration please call the Hotline at 625-8463

Mixed Bocce Ball

*Volunteers needed for the Northwest Senior Games* The Northwest Senior Games is looking for volunteers to join their committee, meet monthly, convene activities, take score, setup activities and assist with registration week. For more info or to become a part of this great committee call Jennifer at 625-3135.

RECREATION & CULTURE

Superior Hearing - FREE! Walking Program

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE

Fall

55 Plus Community

For more information on Recreation 55 COMMUNITY programs and partnerships, contact Community Program Developer – Older Adults at 625-3135 or jhyytiainen@thunderbay.ca or call the Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre at 684-3066 or 55Plusinfo@thunderbay.ca

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How To Register in Aquatics & Wellness Programs

PHONE

IN PERSON

Phone our “REGISTRATION HOTLINE”

Register at the following locations. Please call the facility for hours of operation.

625-TIME (8463)

Canada Games Complex 420 Winnipeg Avenue

Or Toll Free 1-844-288-4700 Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm 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 the facility directly. Phone numbers are listed. We will need:

• the course name and code • participant name • address and 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 time of registration.

Victoriaville Civic Centre Victoriaville Mall 111 Syndicate Avenue South Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centre 700 River Street Sir Winston Churchill Community Pool 130 Churchill Drive Volunteer Pool 180 Martha Street Payment can be made by cash, cheque, money order or Visa/Mastercard

Satisfaction Guaranteed We sincerely hope that you enjoy our programs. If not completely satisfied with your program, please speak to a registration agent at the CGC, before the SECOND class to receive a full refund. Refunds granted after the second class are prorated. No refunds after the mid- point of any program. When a program is cancelled by the Complex or changed after registration in such a manner that it is no longer acceptable to the registrant, a full refund will be processed in accordance with Canada Games Complex administrative procedures.

AQUATICS & FITNESS

Registration For Fall 2019 programs, registration begins August 12, 2019

For Inquires call...

Registration Hours: Monday- Friday 9:00 am - 8:00 pm Saturday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Aquatics: Julia Lovis at 684-3339

General Registration Information

Community Wellness: Karen Gorst-Vigliarolo at 684-3324

Canada Games Complex: Fitness: Darrik Smith at 684-3338 Children & Youth: Alexa Fares at 684-3351

Services: Dan Stilla at 684-3323 The majority of programs have limited registration and all registrations are accepted on Sup. Aquatics & Wellness: Kim Begin at 684-3314 a first come first serve basis. Ensure the correct program code, program name, and locaChurchill Pool: 577-2538 tion when registering. Payment in full must Volunteer Pool: 625-3524 accompany registration. HST must be added where applicable. Receipts may be picked up at the facility. If you need a copy of a receipt please call 625-2351 or 625-2696

All programs and schedules are subject to change or cancellation. You will be contacted by telephone of these changes.

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Inclusion Services is dedicated to making recreation programming more accessible to people with disabilities. If you have a disability and require support, we can help! Contact one of our Inclusion Facilitators and they will be happy to assist you in setting up the supports that you need to participate successfully with Aquatics & Wellness. Inclusion Facilitators can be contacted at 684-2273.


Adults...only $50.16/month plus HST 1/2 Price Spousal Rates on Adult Membership!! No Initiation Fees - Free Drop-In Fitness Classes Children can be added for only $9.25/month plus HST Adults (60 & over) only $34.83/month plus HST Other Membership Options Available,Including 1 Month & 8 Month!

Maintenance Shutdown Pool closed September 2nd to 22nd. Track, sauna and spa September 2nd to 8th The rest of the building will remain open. Everything reopens Monday September 23rd.

Twoonie Week Come join us for Twoonie Week. September 23 to 29 Admission fee: $2 per person Fill out a ballot to win a FREE 3 MONTH MEMBERSHIP!

Full Year Memberships

General Admission

We have other Membership options to meet your needs! No Enrollment Fee General Membership Prices (HST to be added)

(HST to be aded) Adult Daytime Rate Mon. - Fri. 5:45 am - 3 pm) ........$7.21 After 3 pm & Weekends ....................................$8.58 Family (max 5)......................................................$19.91 Child (3 - 14 yrs) ....................................................$3.32 Student (15 & over in Full Attendance with card)................$5.31 Adult 60+ ................................................................$5.84 Thunderslide ..........................................................$2.35 Rate for People with Disabilities Adult ........................................................................$4.40 Student ....................................................................$3.35 Child ........................................................................$2.45 Support Persons - No fee if accompanied by a person with a PAL (Personal Attendant for Leisure) Card

Adult Rate ..................................$602 or $50.16/month Corporate Rate ..........................$577 or $48.08/month Spousal Rate* ............................$301 or $25.08/month Child* (3 - 14 yrs) ........................$111 or $9.25/month Youth* (15 - 18 yrs) ....................$163 or $13.58/month Student (15 & over in Full Attendance with card) ..........$387 or $32.25/month Adult 60+ ....................................$418 or $34.83/month Swim and Slide ..........................$221 or $18.42/month (Pool only 7-12 years Must pass height and swimming requirements) *MUST BE purchased with Adult as part of a family membership. Cannot be added to Student or Adult 60+.

*Non-Resident add $10 to membership cost. *30 day money back guarantee on FULL YEAR MEMBERSHIPS.

We have other Membership Options to meet your needs • 1 month and 8 month options • Mid-day: Monday to Friday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

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Full Year General Membership:

CANADA GAMES COMPLEX

Visit us @ www.gamescomplex.com

COUPON BOOKLETS AVAILABLE 12 VISITS FOR THE PRICE OF 10

AQUATICS & FITNESS

Fall 2019

Operating Hours Monday - Thursday ..........................5:45 am - 10:00 pm Friday ..................................................5:45 am - 9:00 pm Saturday & Sunday ............................8:00 am - 9:00 pm

Holiday Hours Labour Day - Monday, September 2 ....12:00 pm - 5:00 pm Thanksgiving - Monday, October 14 ..12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

For all your telephone needs: Call 684-3311 Fax 345-4520 Emergency Only 684-3333 Registration Hotline 625-TIME (8463)

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YOUR CANAD T I S I A GA V MES C OMPLEX NOW!!! Did You Know That Recreation Is A Key Determinant Of Health Status? STUDIES SHOW THAT PHYSICAL ACTIVITY: • Helps people live longer

AQUATICS & FITNESS

• Prolongs independent living for seniors

• Prevents site-specific cancer – particularly in the colon, breast and lungs

• Reduces the risk of coronary heart disease and stroke

• Helps to restore health

• Combats osteoporosis

• Contributes to mental health – reducing stress, depression and contributes to emotional well-being

• Combats diabetes • Improves quality of life

• Prevents arthritis

• Reduces obesity

Give us a call or drop in and we can get you started enjoying these benefits. There is something for EVERY BODY at your CANADA GAMES COMPLEX!

To register or for more information call 684-3311 www.gamescomplex.com Hours Mon. to Thurs. 5:45am - 10pm • Fri. 5:45am - 9pm • Weekends 8am - 9pm

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Pool Admission Policy FAMILY/ ADULT SWIM: For Family and Adult swim time. Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a guardian who is 18 years+ who is in the pool swimming with them in proper swim attire. This is inclusive to all the pools. *Supervision Ratio - 1 Adult: 4 Children

ADULT/ TEEN SWIM: Open to all those who are age 13 years+

PUBLIC SWIM: Children 6 year & under: Must be accompanied, regardless of swimming ability, by a guardian who is in the shallow end or swirl pool within arm's reach and in proper swimming attire. Children 7-9 years: Non-swimmers, unable to pass the facility swim test, must be accompanied by a guardian (13+) who is in the shallow end or swirl pool within arm's reach and in proper swimming attire. Swimmers, who are able to pass the facility swim test, may swim unaccompanied during the public swim. Children 10 years & older: May swim unaccompanied during the public swim. Must be able to swim comfortably to enter the deep end, they may be required to perform a swim test if the lifeguards sees fit. It is recommend that those 10+ who are weak swimmers, should remain in shallow water. *Supervision Ratio - 13 year+: 2 Children, 18 year+: 4 Children

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.

The following schedule is subject to unforeseen changes. Please contact the pool office at 684-3331 for the latest lane availability There will be limited lane availability during swim club practices: Thunderbolts Swim practice times are as follows: Day

AM

PM

Mon.

6-7:30am • Lanes 1-4

4-7:15pm • Lanes 3-8

Tues.

6-7:30am • Lanes 1-4

4-6:00pm • Lane 7 & 8 6-7:15pm • Lanes 3-8

Wed.

6-7:30am • Lanes 1-4

4-7:15pm • Lanes 3-8

Thurs.

6-7:30am • Lanes 1-4

4-6:00pm • Lane 7 & 8 6-7:15pm • Lanes 3-8

Fri.

6-7:30am • Lanes 1-4

4-7:15pm • Lanes 3-8

Sat.

8-8:15am • Lanes 1-8

◗ Masters Swim Club practice: Tuesday & Thursday 4:00 - 6:00pm and Saturday 8:30 - 11:00am (lanes 2-6) ◗ The diving boards and towers are closed Monday - Friday 5:00-7:00pm and Saturday 10:00am-12:00pm during the Dive Club practices. ◗ Groups of 20 or more must pre-book. Group rates are available. Please contact the Facility Programmer at 684-3724.

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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).

Effective September 23 - December 31, 2019

CANADA GAMES COMPLEX

Supervisor of Aquatics: Julia Lovis, (807) 684-3339 Senior Instructor: Kyla Strickland, (807) 684-3335

Recreational Swim Schedule

◗ Twoonie Swim Fridays from 6:00-9:00pm. ◗ Adult/Teen Twoonie Swim Monday - Thursday 9:00-10:00pm

Day(s) and Times

Type of Swim

Monday - Thursday 5:45am - 4:00pm 4:00pm - 7:00pm M.-Tu. 7:00pm - 9:00pm W.-Th. 7:00pm - 9:00pm 9:00pm - 10:00pm

Public Family / Adult Public Public **Slide** Adult / Teen

Friday 5:45am - 4:00pm 4:00pm - 6:00pm 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Public Family / Adult Public **Slide**

Saturday/Sunday 8:00am - 12:30pm 12:30pm - 5:30pm 5:30pm - 7:00pm 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Family / Adult Public **Slide** Public Public **Slide**

AQUATICS & FITNESS

Program Staff:

Facility Swim Test: For public swim & access to the deep end. Swimmers must be able to swim 25m, non-stop, comfortably on their front with face in the water for a portion of the time. * For the safety of all patrons, the lifeguards reserve the right to deny anyone access to deep water that they deem a weak or non-swimmer. * The use of floatation devices for non-swimmers is prohibited in the deep end * The use of floatation devices is prohibited on the Diving Boards and Thunder Slide

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Swimming Levels are Based on Ability and Prerequisites & Not necessarily age 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)

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

SWIMMER: Ages 6+

Max Ratio 1:12

SWIMMER 1 Low Ratio 1:3 • Max Ratio 1:6 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

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

Swimmer 6

PRESCHOOL B

Swimmer 5

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

Swimmer 4 Swimmer 3 Swimmer 2 Swimmer 1

Max Ratio 1:4

PRESCHOOL C Max Ratio 1:4

AQUATICS & FITNESS

Preschool C,D,E Preschool A,B Parent and Tot 1,2,3

Fitness Swimmer

Fitness Swimmer is geared toward swimmers that are waiting to be of age for the next Lifesaving levels. This class will work on a combination of fitness swimming and lifesaving skills. This class is designed to keep up your physical fitness and first aid skill level while having fun and making friends. Try out this level to stay in shape and stay on top of your first aid skills! For swimmers age 9-15 who have completed swimmer 4.

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Wed., Oct. 2 (10 weeks) 6:30pm - 7:00pm Barcode: 415393 $74.55

Sat., Oct. 5 (10 weeks) 10:00pm - 10:30pm Barcode: 415394 $74.55

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 1:4 • Max Ratio 1:8

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

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

SWIMMER 5 Low Ratio 1:4 • Max Ratio 1:8 Prerequisite: Swimmer 4. - Shallow Dive, Tread Water 2min & Eggbeater - Front & Back Crawl 50m - Breast Stroke 25m

PRESCHOOL D

Low Ratio 1:4 • Max Ratio 1:8

Max Ratio 1:4

Prerequisite: Swimmer 5. - Stride Entry & Compact Jump into deep water - Front & Back Crawl 100m - Breast Stroke 50m & 300m workout

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

SWIMMER 6

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 Medallion


Learn to Swim Programs Low-Ratio Group Lessons

Check out the Max. Class Size! Lower Number of children to Instructor, 1:3 or 1:4 9 Week Session: $101 • 10 Week Session: $112.20 **No Classes: Monday October 14 (Thanksgiving), Thursday October 31 (Halloween) LEVEL

Monday Sept. 30-Dec. 2 9 Weeks

Time

Code

Tuesday Oct. 1-Dec. 3 10 Weeks

Time

Code

Wednesday Oct. 2-Dec. 4 10 Weeks

Thursday Oct. 3-Dec. 5 9 Weeks

Friday Oct. 4-Dec. 6 10 Weeks

Saturday Oct. 5-Dec. 7 10 Weeks

Time

Time

Time

Time

Code

Code

Code

Code

Max Size Length

Youth (5 to 12 Years) Swimmer 1 5:30pm 415395 5:30pm 6:30pm

415396 6:00pm 415397

415398

4:30pm

415399 5:30pm 415400 11:00am

415401

3

30 min

Swimmer 2 4:30pm 415402 6:00pm 6:30pm

415403 5:30pm 415404

415405 6:30pm

415406 6:00pm 415407 11:30am

415408

3

30 min

Swimmer 3 5:00pm 415489 5:00pm

415490 6:30pm

415491

5:30pm 415492 9:00am

415493

3

30 min

Swimmer 4 5:00pm 415494 5:00pm

415495 6:00pm

415496

5:00pm 415497 11:30am

415498

4

30 min

Swimmer 5 5:30pm 415499 5:30pm

415500 6:30pm

415501 6:30pm

415502 6:00pm 415503 9:30am

415504

4

30 min

Swimmer 6 5:30pm 415499 5:30pm

415500 6:30pm

415501 6:30pm

415502 6:00pm 415503 9:30am

415504

Swimmer 7

5:30pm

415505

Swimmer 8

6:30pm 415506

Swimmer 9

6:30pm

415507

4

30 min

4

30 min

4

30 min

4

30 min

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*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.*

CANADA GAMES COMPLEX

To Register call 625-TIME

Standard Group Lessons 9 Week Session: $67.12 • 10 Week Session: $74.55 **No Classes: Monday October 14 (Thanksgiving), Thursday October 31 (Halloween) LEVEL

Monday Sept. 30-Dec. 2 9 Weeks Time

Code

Tuesday Oct. 1-Dec. 3 10 Weeks Time

Code

Wednesday Oct. 2-Dec. 4 10 Weeks

Thursday Oct. 3-Dec. 5 9 Weeks

Friday Oct. 4-Dec. 6 10 Weeks

Saturday Oct. 5-Dec. 7 10 Weeks

Time

Time

Time

Time

Code

Code

Code

Code

Max Size Length

Parent & Tot 1 Parent & Tot 2

5:30pm 5:30pm 415650

415508 6:00pm

5:00pm

415509

9:30am

415510

12

30 min

415651 6:00pm

415652

10:00am

415653

12

30 min

Preschool (3 - 5 years) Preschool A 5:00pm 415660 5:00pm 6:00pm 415661 6:00pm

415662 4:30pm 415663

415664

5:00pm 5:30pm

415665 5:00pm 415667 9:30am 415666 11:00am

415668 415669

4

30 min

Preschool B 6:00pm 415680 5:30pm 6:00pm

415681 5:30pm 415682

415683 4:30pm 6:00pm

415684 5:30pm 415686 10:00am 415685 11:00am

415687 415688

4

30 min

Preschool C 5:30pm 415700 6:00pm

415701 5:00pm

415702 5:00pm

415703 5:00pm 415704 10:00am 10:30am

415705 415706

4

30 min

Preschool D/E 5:30pm 415709 5:00pm

415710 6:00pm

415711 6:00pm

415712 5:30pm 415713 11:30am

415714

4

30 min

Swimmer 1 5:00pm 415739 5:00pm 6:30pm 415740

415741 5:30pm

415742

415744

6

30 min

Youth (5+ years) 5:30pm

415743

10:00am

Swimmer 2 6:00pm 415839 5:30pm

415840 6:30pm

415841 5:00pm

415842

9:30am

415843

6

30 min

Swimmer 3 5:30pm 415855 6:00pm

415856 5:00pm

415857 6:00pm

415858

10:30am

415859

6

45 min

Swimmer 4 6:00pm 415861 6:30pm

415862 6:00pm

415863 6:30pm

415864

9:30am

415865

8

45 min

5:00pm

415868

10:30am

415869

8

45 min

5:00pm

415873

11:00am

415874

8

45 min

10:30am

415879

8

45 min

9:30am

415883

8

45 min

Swimmer 5 6:15pm 415867 Swimmer 6 6:30pm 415872 Swimmer 7/8

5:30pm

415877 5:00pm

415878

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Parent & Tot (4 months - 3 years)

Rookie/Ranger

Swimmer 9

6:00pm

415882

Star

(See Course Descriptions )

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Private Learn to Swim Programs

Please note that the purpose of private lessons is to provide specific instruction to the student in one or two areas which need improvement in order to complete a level. The student should not be expected to complete a level per session. Important: Missed lessons due to illness or other circumstances will not be made up. Missed lessons will not be refunded. NOTE: No Lessons Monday October 14 (Thanksgiving) and Thursday October 31 (Halloween) Private Lesson Fees: 10 Half hour lessons: $229.40 • 5 Half hour lessons: $114.70 • 4 Half hour Lessons: $91.76 Monday

Sept. 30 to Oct. 28 (4 weeks)

Nov. 4 to Dec. 2 (5 weeks)

Tuesday

Oct. 1 to Oct. 29 (5 weeks)

Nov. 5 Dec. 3 (5 weeks)

Wednesday Oct. 2 to Oct. 30 (5 weeks)

Nov. 6 to Dec. 4 (5 weeks)

Code

Code

Code

Code

Code

Code

4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 5:00pm 5:00pm 6:30pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm

415892 415893 415894 415895 415896 415897 415898 415899 415900 415901

415902 415903 415904 415905 415906 415907 415908 415909 415910 415911

4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 5:00pm 5:00pm 6:00pm 6:15pm 6:30pm 6:45pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm

415912 415913 415914 415915 415916 415917 415918 415919 415920 415921 415922 415923 415924 415925 415926

415927 415928 415929 415930 415931 415932 415933 415934 415935 415936 415937 415938 415939 415940 415941

4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 5:00pm 5:00pm 5:00pm 6:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm

415942 415943 415944 415945 415946 415947 415948 415949 415950 415951 415952

415953 415954 415955 415956 415957 415958 415959 415960 415961 415962 415963

Friday

Oct. 4 to Nov. 1 (5 weeks)

Nov. 8 to Dec. 6 (5 weeks)

Saturday

Oct. 5 to Nov. 2 (5 weeks)

Nov. 9 to Dec. 7 (5 weeks)

Sunday

Oct. 6 to Nov. 3 (5 weeks)

Nov. 10 to Dec. 8 (5 weeks)

Code

Code

Code

Code

Code

Code

415988 415989 415990 415991 415992 415993 415994 415995 415996 415997 415998 415999 415600 415601

416002 416003 416004 416005 416006 416007 416008 416009 416010 416011 416012 416013 416014 416015

416016 416017 416018 416019 416020 416021 416022 416023 416024 416025 416026 416027 416028

416029 416030 416031 416032 416033 416034 416035 416036 416037 416038 416039 416040 416041

416042 416043 416044 416045 416046 416047 416048 416049 416050 416051 416052 416053 416054 416055 416056 416057 416058 416059

416060 416061 416062 416063 416064 416065 416066 416067 416068 416069 416070 416071 416072 416073 416074 416075 416076 416076

4:30pm 5:00pm 5:00pm 5:30pm 6:00pm 6:00pm 6:30pm 6:30pm 6:30pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm

9:00am 9:00am 9:00am 9:00am 9:00am 9:00am 9:30am 10:00am 10:30am 10:30am 10:30am 11:30am 11:30am

Daytime Swimming Lessons Privates - 10 Half Hours Lessons: $229.40 Classes - 10 Half Hour Lessons: $74.55 LEVEL

Tuesday Oct. 1 - Dec. 3 (10 weeks) Private 9:30 - 10:00am 416078 Private 11:30 - 12:00pm 416079 Parent & Tot 10:30 - 11:00am 415641 Preschool A 10:00 - 10:30am 415670 Preschool B 11:00 - 11:30am 415689

Wednesday Oct. 2 - Dec. 4 (10 weeks) 9:30 - 10:00am 416080 10:30 - 12:00pm 416081 11:30 - 11:00am 415642 11:00 - 10:30am 415671 10:00 - 11:30am 415690

Adult/Teen - Learn to Swim at Any Age! *Adults & teens may also register for any of the Private lessons available

Beginner - 101: 30 min (Max. 3) 9 Weeks (Mon/Thurs): $69.12 • 10 Weeks (Sat): $74.55 Adult Teen

Mon. @ 6:45pm Thurs. @ 6:30pm

415886 415890

Thurs. @ 7:00pm 415887 Sat. @ 11:00am 415891

NEW! Adult Fitness Workout (45 minutes with coach, 2 Lanes available) Register or Drop-In. *Free with Membership.

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Wed. Oct. 2 (10 weeks) @ 6:30pm Pay admission at front desk

10:00am 10:00am 10:00am 10:30am 10:30am 10:30am 11:00am 11:00am 11:00am 11:30am 11:30am 11:30am 12:00pm 12:00pm 12:00pm 12:30pm 12:30pm 12:30pm

Thursday

4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 5:00pm 5:30pm 5:30pm 6:00pm 6:30pm 6:45pm 7:00pm 7:00pm

Oct. 3 to Oct. 24 (4 weeks)

Nov. 7 to Dec. 5 (5 weeks)

Code

Code

415964 415965 415966 415967 415968 415969 415970 415971 415972 415973 415974 415975

415976 415977 415978 415979 415980 415981 415982 415983 415984 415985 415986 415987

Unscheduled Private or Semi Private Lessons Individuals interested in private or semi private lessons at times other than those listed above, may contact the Senior Instructor at 684-3335. Scheduling of unadvertised lessons is done after regular programs have begun and are dependent on instructor availability. Privates: 5 Half Hour Classes $114.70 4 Half Hour Classes $91.76 Semi-Privates: 5 Half Hour Classes $83.78 4 Half Hour Classes $67.02


Lifesaving Programs

To Register call 625-TIME

Course

Prerequisites

Date, Time & Barcode

Fee

Required Literature

Bronze Star

Children 10 to 12 years old who have completed Star Patrol and are waiting to take their Bronze Medallion.

Mondays Sept. 30 - Dec. 2 6:00 - 7:15pm (9 weeks) No lesson Oct. 14 417139

$84.01

Bronze Medallion & Emergency First Aid

Bronze Star or 13 years of age

Tuesdays Oct. 1 - Dec. 3 6:00 - 8:30pm (10 weeks) 418140

$102.80 Canadian Lifesaving Manual $41.15

Bronze Medallion Recert with classes

Bronze Medallion

See Instructor on the first day (Oct. 1) for specific dates to attend Exam: Dec. 3 at 6:00pm 417141

$69.35

Canadian Lifesaving Manual $41.15

Bronze Cross

Bronze Medallion & Emergency First Aid

Thursdays Oct. 3 - Dec. 5 6:00 - 8:30pm (10 weeks) 417142

$99.12

Canadian Lifesaving Manual from Bronze Medallion course

Bronze Cross Recert with Classes

Bronze Medallion & Emergency First Aid

See instructor on the first day (Oct. 3) for specific dates to attend Exam: Dec. 5 at 6:00pm 417143

$78.90

Canadian Lifesaving Manual from Bronze Medallion course

Assistant Instructor Course

14 years by the last day of the course and current Bronze Cross or higher

To be announced. Contact Senior Instructor of Aquatics for more information. 684-3335.

$69.66

Bring your Canadian Lifesaving manual

Swim Instructor & Lifesaving Instructors

16 years of age, current Bronze Cross, and LSS Assistant Instructors. Please bring proof of prerequisites to first class.

To be announced. Contact Senior Instructor of Aquatics for more information. 684-3335.

$320.25 Literature included Bring your Canadian Lifesaving manual

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Note: 100% attendance is mandatory for all the courses listed below (continuous evaluation) HST to be 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. No Lessons: Monday October 14 (Thanksgiving) and 31 (Halloween)

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Aquatic Lifesaving, Lifeguarding and Leadership

National Lifeguard Service - Pool Option

16 years of age, Bronze Cross, and Standard First Aid certification with CPR-C. Please bring proof of prerequisites to first class.

To be announced. Contact Senior Instructor of Aquatics for more information. 684-3335.

$168.00 Alert Manual $39.75

National Lifeguard Service - Pool Option Recertification

Standard First Aid with CPR-C.

To be announced. Contact Senior Instructor of Aquatics for more information. 684-3335.

$58.49

LSS Standard First Aid with CPR-C

N/A

To be announced. Contact Senior Instructor of Aquatics for more information. 684-3335.

$91.80

First Aid Manual included in price

For information on specialized advanced leadership course please contact Kyla Strickland, Senior Instructor at (807) 684-3335 or kstrickland@thunderbay.ca

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*Must have 10 instructional volunteer hours* Contact CCG, Churchill Pool or VP to set up a volunteer time.

Join Thunder Ray’s Master Swim Club Tuesday & Thursday 4:00 - 6:00pm • Lanes 2 - 6 reserved Saturday 8:30 - 11:00am • Lanes 2 - 6 reserved Masters Swimming Canada is designed to promote the health and fitness of adults aged 18-90+ years. It provides both recreational and competitive swimmers with an opportunity to improve their physical fitness through regularly coached practices that provide guidance and stroke improvement tips. Million Metre Challenge, 1 km Challenges and competitions are also available. Thunder Ray’s Masters Swimming combines fitness with fun and friendship.

Contact: thunderraysmastersswimming@gmail.com

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To Register call 625-TIME

HST will be added where applicable.

2 – 6 week sessions starting the week of September 9 and October 21, 2019 No classes on Monday October 14 (Thanksgiving) CGC Open 12:00 to 5:00pm. Fees will be prorated if you start late …so sign up anytime this fall. (Fees subject to council approval) All Programs are free for Members but registration for high demand programs is recommended to ensure a spot. Non Member fee is $45.60 per session for 60 minute classes (6 weeks) Name

Day

Aquabics

Monday Tuesday Thursday Friday Aqua Energizer - Deep H20 Monday Wednesday Aquabics (Shallow) Tuesday Thursday Aqua Zumba Friday Aqua Jog Sunday Monday Wednesday

Time

Barcode Session 1

Barcode Type Session 2

9:00 - 10:00 AM 9:00 - 10:00 AM 9:00 - 10:00 AM 9:00 - 10:00 AM 10:15 - 11:15 AM 10:15 - 11:15 AM 10:15 - 11:00 AM 10:15 - 11:00 AM 10:45 - 11:30 AM 9:00 - 10:00 AM 7:30 - 8:30 PM 7:30 - 8:30 PM

414494 416498 416509 416500 416492 416506 416502 416511 416513 416515 416496 416508

414495 416499 416510 416501 416493 416507 416503 416512 416514 416516 416497 416517

(9) Shallow water (9) Deep water w/floatation belts (9) Deep water w/floatation belts (9) Deep water w/floatation belts (9) Deep water w/floatation belts (9) Deep water w/floatation belts (7&8) Shallow water (7&8) Shallow water (9) Shallow, combined (10) Deep water w/floatation belts (10) Deep water w/floatation belts (9-10) Deep water w/floatation belts

Birthday Parties at atthe theCanada CanadaGames GamesComplex Complex at atthe theCanada CanadaGames GamesComplex Complex

Celebrate your birthday at the Complex – swim in our Olympic size pool, ride down the Thunderslide and party in our Poolside Party Place with pizza and refreshments. Parties are 2.5 hours long and we provide 2 pizzas, 10 pop and party essentials – you bring the cake and the kids!

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Price for your party of 10: $170.00 • Additional kids: $3.00 Additional pizza, pop and space may be purchased. All parties must be paid for at the time of booking.

To book call 684-331 1 Monday to Friday 5-8 pm, Saturday from 10am -8pm Sunday from 4-8pm or email sattendant@thunderb ay.ca

THUNDERBOLTS SWIMMING Thunder Bay’s leading swimming program since 1972 FUNDAMENTALS PROGRAM Sparks (Ages 5-8) Monday - Friday 1 x week 45 min / session 2 x week 45 min / session Lightning (Ages 8-12) Monday - Friday 1 x week 60 min / session 2 x week 60 min / session

COMPETITIVE PROGRAM Registration for the competitive program is ongoing from September to June. Interested athletes will be asked to do a swimming assessment.

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Olympic Diving Starts with Learn to Dive INTRODUCTORY DIVING LEVEL We have a completely revised and updated Learn to Dive program for active children, ages 6 and up! This comprehensive program will show the safe and correct pathway to competitive diving. No experience is necessary! Beginners will advance through the skills at their own pace, based on readiness and desire. Your child will benefit from having more activity in their day, gaining self-confidence, and reaching goals. Must be able to swim.

Tuesday Lesson – 10 weeks October 1 - December 3 6:00 - 7:00pm • Barcode 417191 Wednesday Lessons – 10 weeks October 2 - December 4 5:00 - 6:00pm • Barcode 417192 October 2 - December 4 6:00 - 7:00pm • Barcode 417193 Thursday Lesson – 10 weeks October 3 - December 5 No lesson November 7 6:00 - 7:00pm • Barcode 417194

$160.00

$160.00

$175.00

$175.00 $175.00

$160.00

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Monday Lessons – 9 weeks September 30 - December 2 No lesson October 14 (Thanksgiving) 5:00 - 6:00pm • Barcode 417189 September 30 - December 2 No lesson October 14 (Thanksgiving) 6:00 - 7:00pm • Barcode 417190

CLUB TRYOUTS The best best place place to to The learn how to swim learn how to swim is in in the the water. water. is That’s just one of the many reasons we’re running the Lifesaving Society’s Swim for Life® Program. It stresses lots of in-water practice to develop solid swimming strokes and skills. And, it incorporates valuable Water Smart® education that will last a lifetime.

Basic swimming ability is a fundamental requirement in any meaningful attempt to eliminate drowning in Canada. Well over half a million Canadians participate in Lifesaving Society swimming, lifesaving and lifeguard training programs every year. We’re Canada’s lifeguarding experts.

September 26th and 27th. Contact us to discuss this opportunity!

TRY DIVING DAY! Come and try something different for FREE! A brief introduction into what diving is, how we start to do it, and have some fun too! Try out our equipment before getting in the water. Choose Saturday, September 28, 10-noon, or Saturday, December 21, 10-noon. Pre-registration is required by emailing tbdc@tbaytel.net.

REGISTRATION Contact the Canada Games Complex at 684-3333 to register, or register through our website at www.thunderbaydivingclub.ca.

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Children & Youth Programs MONDAY

GIRL POWER 6-8PM

TUESDAY

Zumba Kids 6:30-7:15PM Active Kids 6-8PM

WEDNESDA

THURSDAY

Creative Kids 6-8PM

Youth Move @ the CGC 7-9PM

Girl Power

Be STRONG Be YOU!

Parent & Tot Fitness **NEW**

AQUATICS & FITNESS

Youth Drop-In How-To’s *See below*

Family Yoga 5:30-6:15 PM

SUNDAY

Parent & Tot Fitness 1-2 PM

Programs will start the week of September 30. Girl Power, Active Kids, Creative Kids & Youth Nights are FREE however registration is necessary for ALL programs. For more information call 684-3351 or visit www.gamescomplex.com

All girls between the ages of 10 and 14 can join us every Monday Night from 6-8 PM for activities focusing on healthy choices, body image and physical activity and art. Swimming will be an option each week so don’t forget your bathing suit! Girl Power a is FREE program!

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FRIDAY

This new fitness class is for 3 to 5 year olds and their parents to get active together and learn some fundamental movement skills and build up their Physical Literacy! Sundays from 1-2pm.

Active Kids Every Tuesday from 6 to 8 pm for a night full of active games and exercise for kids ages 7 to 12!

Creative Kids Join us every Wednesday from 6 to 8 pm for a creative and crafty night for kids ages 5 to 12!

Youth Night Every Thursday Night from 7-9PM come by for recreational and fitness activities. Each night includes one hour of free swimming! Ages 12 to

Family Yoga

Zumba Kids Zumba Kids with a twist! Parents ents and kids are welcome to participate together in this new class! Tuesdays 6:30 - 7:15PM PM Youth Drop-In Programs & “How To’s” Every Friday! Sept 27- Bodyweight Exercise

Oct 18 - Kettlebell

Oct 4 - Gym Tutorial

Oct 25- Core Workout “How To”

Oct 11- Upper Body Weights

Nov 1 - Stability & Medicine Balls

All “How To” Programs are drop-in! Time: 6:30-7:30pm Ages: 12 to 18

YYoga for the entire family! Every Friday from 5:30-6:15pm.

Kids Night Out! On Thursday, October 10 from 5-9pm kids from 5-12 years old can join us for Kids Night Out! Parents can take the night off and bring their kids to the CGC for a night of fun! From 5:30-6pm kids will have dinner together followed by games and swimming! Pickup is from 8:30-9pm. Fee: $38.96 first child, $32.46 for additional children Barcode: 417247:


Time

Barcode

Fee

Karate

Karate Tots (4 to 6 yrs)

Sept 14

9:4510:30 pm

417239

$65.28

(Isshin Ryu)

Beginners & Yellow Stripes (7yrs & up)

Sept 14

10:30 11:30 am

417243

$73.44

Advanced - Must have yellow belt (7 yrs & up)

Sept 14

11:30 -1:00 pm

417241

$102

Karate (Isshin Ryu) Mini Session! Join us Saturdays from November 23 to December 14! Tots, Beginner & Advanced groups will be running (same as left) for a 4 day mini session. Karate Tots: 417240 $26.11 Beginners:417244 - $29.37 Advanced: 417242 - $40.80

P.A. Day Camps! Schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s out! Join us at the

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Level

Junior Squash

Level

Start Date

Time

Barcode

Fee

Beginners

Sept 14

9:40am to 10:30pm

417245

$42.84

Advanced

Sept 14

10:30am to 11:20am

417426

$42.84

Adult Squash Programs HST will be added where applicable

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.

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Canada Games Complex for a variety of recreational and sporting activities for children 5 to 12 years on the P.A. Days! Public P.A. Days: September 27 & November 15 Separate P.A. Days: September 27 October 21 & November 15. Fees:$38.96/ day, $32.46/day additional children

**NEW** Challenge League

Play will begin October 1st. This challenge style league will run from October to March. Registration for all leagues begins September 9, 2019. C.S.A. protective eyewear strongly recommended. For more information on Squash Programs or lessons call 684-3351. Balmoral Open Tournament - November 15-17 - visit www.thunderbaysquash.ca for more information! Squash Lessons are available upon request.

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HEALTH AND WELLNESS PROGRAMMING

Senior Spin x A funky spin class for older adults to keep in shape! x Monday & Wednesday Afternoon Morning Bootcamps x Get up and go for those early birds who want to get a work out in the morning x Tuesday/Thursday 6:00AM ONT Muscle Conditioning x Target your muscles, large and small to get your heart going! x Monday & Friday 12:15 to 1:00PM QUE Zumba x Party on at the CGC 3 nights a week! x Monday 8PM, Tuesday 7PM & Thursday 7:30PM

Keep Moving Series: Classes for people who have mixed neurological conditions or have had a stroke. Entry requires screening by SJCG. For more information please contact Kyla at 346-2334 x Mixed Neuro – Mon/Wed 10:45AM x Stroke – Tue/Thu 10:45AM

WE-Can Program A wellness & exercise program for people living with cancer. 10 week program led by qualified instructors in a supportive environment For more information contact Kelly-Jo Gillis at gillisk@tbh.net or 684-7221 WE-Did The graduate program for WE-Can so you can keep developing your healthy, active lifestyle. If interested contact Andrew Koscielniak at akosciel@lakeheadu.ca or 632-1222

Intensity Key – You will see this number in brackets by the type of class (6) – Appropriate for participants with symptoms that may limit activity (fatigue) may need referral (7) – Appropriate for people with well controlled medical conditions (8) – Low/light and appropriate for beginners. (9) – Moderate level of intensity. You should be able to work continuously for 20min at a comfortable pace (10) – Not appropriate for beginners. Aerobic portion will exceed 20min. Must be accustomed to vigorous exercise. (11) – Very vigorous class. Participants should be athletic and participate in regular higher intensity exercise

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No classes on Monday October 14 (Thanksgiving) CGC Open 12:00 to 5:00pm.

Fees will be prorated if you start late …so sign up anytime. All Programs are free for Members but registration for high demand programs is recommended to ensure a spot. Non Member fee is $45.60 per session for 60 minute classes (6 weeks)

Name

Day

Time

Barcode Session 1

Barcode Type Session 2

6:00 - 7:00 AM

416578

416579

Morning Programs Morning Bootcamp

Tuesday

(10) Combined

Morning Bootcamp

Thursday

6:00 - 7:00 AM

416576

416577

(10) Combined

Spin

Monday

6:30 - 7:15 AM

416764

416765

(9) Cycling

Spin Circuit

Tuesday

6:30 - 7:15 AM

416766

416767

(9) Cycling

Box Fit

Wednesday 6:00 - 7:00 AM

416563

416564

(10) Boxing

Total Body Bender Ball

Monday

9:00 - 10:00 AM

416541

416573

(9) Combined

Everybody Yoga

Saturday

9:00 - 10:30 AM

416797

416798

(7) Stretch

Strong Seniors

Tuesday

9:00 - 10:00 AM

416548

416549

(8) Wts/Core

Step Skip Sculpt

Wednesday 9:00 - 10:00 AM

416542

416543

(9) Combined

Strong Seniors Variety

Thursday

416552

416553

(8) Wts/Core

9:00 - 10:00 AM

Strong Seniors

Friday

9:00 - 10:00 AM

416567

416568

(8) Wts/Core

Aquabics

Monday

9:00 - 10:00 AM

414494

414495

(9) Shallow Water

Aquabics

Tuesday

9:00 - 10:00 AM

416498

416499

(9) Deep water w/floatation belts

Aquabics

Thursday

9:00 - 10:00 AM

416509

416510

(9) Deep water w/floatation belts

Aquabics

Friday

9:00 - 10:00 AM

416500

416501

(9) Deep water w/floatation belts

Aquajog

Sunday

9:00 - 10:00 AM

416515

416516

(9) Deep water w/floatation belts

Spin Drop In

Sunday

10:00 - 10:45 AM

416772

416773

(9) Cycling

Yoga

Thursday

10:10 - 11:10 AM

416799

416804

(7) Stretch

Aqua Energizer Deep H20

Monday

10:15 - 11:15 AM

416492

416493

(9) Deep water w/floatation belts

Aquabics (Shallow)

Tuesday

10:15 - 11:00 AM

416502

416503

(7&8) Shallow Water

Aqua Energizer Deep H20

Wednesday 10:15 - 11:15 AM

416506

416507

(9) Deep water w/floatation belts

Aquabics (Shallow)

Thursday

10:15 - 11:00 AM

416511

416512

(7&8) Shallow Water

Aqua Zumba

Friday

10:15 - 11:00 AM

416513

416514

(9) Shallow Combined

Aquajog

Sunday

11:00 - 12:00 PM

416515

416516

(9) Deep water w/floatation belts

Yoga

Tuesday

11:30 - 12:30 PM

416788

416789

(7&8) Stretch

Afternoon Programs HIIT*

Sunday

12:00 - 12:45 PM

416571

416572

(11) Combined

Muscle Conditioning

Monday

12:15 - 1:00 PM

416560

416580

(9) Combined

Step Circuit

Wednesday 12:15 - 1:00 PM

416556

416557

(9) Step Aerobic

Yoga

Wednesday 12:15 - 1:00 PM

416790

416791

(7&8) Stretch

Muscle Conditioning

Friday

12:15 - 1:00 PM

416574

416575

(9) Combined

Senior Spin

Momday

1:00 - 1:45 PM

416770

416771

(8) Spinning

Senior Spin

Wednesday 1:15 - 2:00 PM

416780

416781

(8) Spinning

Sit and be Fit

Tuesday

1:15 - 2:00 PM

416544

416545

(6) Seated Fitness

Core & More

Monday

2:00 - 3:00 PM

416558

416559

(8) Combination

For a schedule of Drop-Ins Only go to gamescomplex.com or pick up a copy at the front desk. Check us out on Facebook at facebook.com/canadagamescomplex. This schedule may have been updated since the time of printing.

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2 – 6 week sessions starting the week of September 9 and October 21, 2019

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HST will be added where applicable.

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HST will be added where applicable. 2 – 6 week sessions starting the week of September 9 and October 21, 2019 No classes on Monday October 14 (Thanksgiving) CGC Open 12:00 to 5:00pm.

Fees will be prorated if you start late …so sign up anytime. All Programs are free for Members but registration for high demand programs is recommended to ensure a spot. Non Member fee is $45.60 per session for 60 minute classes (6 weeks)

Name

Day

Time

Barcode Barcode Session 1 Session 2

Type

Evening Programs Total Interval Movements

Monday

5:00 - 6:00 PM

416546

416547

(10) Combined

Bootcamp

Wednesday 5:00 - 6:00 PM

416539

416540

(11) Combined

Yoga

Tuesday

5:00 - 6:30 PM

416792

416805

(7&8) Stretch

Yoga

Thursday

5:00 - 6:30 PM

416793

416794

(7&8) Stretch

HIIT

Thursday

5:15 - 6:15 PM

416561

416739

(10) Combined

Ultimate Core

Tuesday

5:00 - 6:30 PM

416554

416555

(11) Core

Spin Bootcamp

Friday

5:30 - 6:30 PM

416777

416778

(9) Cycle/Wts

Athletic Spin

Wednesday 6:05 - 7:00 PM

416774

416779

(11) Cycle/Core

Kettlebell Advanced

Monday

6:15 - 7:00 PM

416752

416753

(10) Core & Cardio

TRX Advanced

Thursday

6:30 - 7:00 PM

416784

416785

(11) Combined

Yoga Conditioning

Friday

6:30 - 7:30 PM

416795

416796

(7&8) Mobility

Spin

Monday

7:00 - 8:00 PM

416775

416776

(9) Cycling

Core and More

Wednesday 7:00 - 8:00 PM

416550

416551

(8) Wts/Core

Zumba

Tuesday

7:00 - 8:00 PM

416742

416743

(9) Dance Fit

Aqua Jog

Monday

7:30 - 8:30 PM

416496

416497

(9) Deep water w/floatation belts

Aqua Jog

Wednesday 7:30 - 8:30 PM

416508

416517

(9-10) Deep water w/floatation belts

Zumba

Thursday

7:30 - 8:30 PM

416746

416747

(9) Dance Fit

Zumba Toning

Monday

8:00 - 9:00 PM

416744

416745

(9) Dance Fit

Kettlebell

Wednesday 8:00 - 9:00 PM

416760

416761

(10) Core & Cardio


Possess strong educational backgrounds in Exercise Science. Have the passion to motivate you on your journey to live a healthy and active lifestyle.

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If so, the Canada Games Complex Personal Fitness Coaching is for you! Whether you are new to fitness and want to learn, change body recomposition, improve in a sport, or just plain feel great! Our top-quality coaches:

CANADA GAMES COMPLEX

Are you looking to make a change??

Provide individualized programming based on your personal needs or the needs of your group! Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s something for everybody at the Canada Games Complex!

Below is a list of our packages, ranging from privates to small group competitively priced to ensure accessibility to all!

Number of Sessions/Package 6 12 24 48

Only $55/h or less!

Only $40/h ea. or less!

Only $30/h ea. or less!

$336.60 $612.00 $1101.60 $1958.40

$244.80 ea. $440.64 ea. $783.36 ea. $1468.80 ea.

$183.60 ea. $318.24 ea. $538.56 ea. $979.20 ea.

Once a session package is purchased it is up to you and the Coach to determine the frequency of attendance based on your goals (2 days/wk, 3 days/wk, etc.). You are purchasing the time of the Coach, 1 Session = 1 Hour. Please phone 684-3338 to book your free consultation and take the first step toward change.

AQUATICS & FITNESS

Fitness Coaching Costs (Prices subject to HST â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Savings based on each session) Semi-Private Small Group Private (Each) (3 to 4 people, each)

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

Become a certified Lifesaving Society Swim Instructor! 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… Swim Instructor

Lifeguard Bronze Medallion & Emergency First Aid with CPR- B (must be 13 years or have Bronze Star)

Bronze Cross Lifesaving Society Assistant Instructor

Standard First Aid with CPR-C

AQUATICS & FITNESS

(must be 14 years)

Lifesaving Society Swim Instructor & Lifesaving Instructor School

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 $14.88/hour. **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.

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For more information contact our facility supervisors and we would be happy to assist you. Canada Games Complex, Julia Lovis – 684-3339 Churchill Pool, Calli Graham – 625-2206 Volunteer Pool, Sean Bodkin – 625-3524


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WETTER

AQUATICS & FITNESS

THE BEST PLACE TO LEARN TO SWIM IS IN THE WATER.

Enroll Now In Swimming Lessons At Volunteer & Churchill Pool.

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Community Aquatics Churchill and Volunteer Pool – What’s NEW For additional information about our programs, services or facilities please call Churchill Pool 577-2538 or Volunteer Pool 345-5143.

Registering for Private Swim Lessons Everyone must register or re-register at the beginning of every session on the private request list. Private lessons are placed in order of registration date. No dates and times are guaranteed. The more availability you include in your request the better chance you have at receiving a spot. Call as soon as registration opens for the best possible chance at receiving the day and time you prefer. Privates will be called on the Thursday or Friday the week before lessons start to be informed of their times.

Churchill Pool Renovations Churchill Pool will be undergoing extensive renovations until the middle of September. Please call or check our website for any updates.

Swim For A Twoonie Churchill Pool and Volunteer Pool are continuing to offer twoonie swims on the third Friday of every month. Please join for a reduced rate during family and public swims. For further details, please call your neighbourhood pool.

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.

COMPARE & SAVE!

The Aquatic Family AQUATICS & FITNESS

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 $54.42 (HST included.)

Thinking about getting in shape this Fall? Why not consider exercise for the whole family!!

Single Family Swim $10.96 5 Swim Pass $48.97 1 year membership $672.75

Parent and Tots! Churchill Pool has a special swim just for you! Our warm pool and low stress environment is the perfect opportunity to introduce your child to the water. Tuesday/Thursday 11:30 am-1:00 pm

Call the pool for more information.

Nostalgia Swim ($2) Need help finding us?

Churchill Pool Sunday 10:00-11:30 am

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Remember, for only $2 you can use the sauna and spa during your kids’ lessons at Volunteer Pool.


PARENT & TOT 2 Ratio 1:12 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 Ratio 1:12 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 Ratio 1:4 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. PRESCHOOL B Ratio 1:4 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 Ratio 1:4 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. PRESCHOOL D Ratio 1:4 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.

PRESCHOOL E Ratio 1:4 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. SWIMMER 1 Ratio 1:4 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 Ratio 1:4 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 Ratio 1:5 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 Ratio 1:5 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 Ratio 1:6 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 6 Ratio 1:6 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. SWIMMER 7 (ROOKIE) Ratio 1:8 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. SWIMMER 8 (RANGER) Ratio 1:8 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. SWIMMER 9 (STAR) Ratio 1:8 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. BRONZE STAR Ratio 1:12 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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PARENT & TOT 1 Ratio 1:12 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.

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Community Aquatics Swimming Lessons Swimming lessons begin the week of Sept. 16th at Volunteer Pool and Sept. 30th Churchill Pool. There will be no classes on Thanksgiving Monday (October 14th). For specific program information please call Churchill Pool 577-2538 or Volunteer Pool 345-5143. All programs are subject to change and/or cancellation. Lesson cancellation will take place the week prior to the start of lessons. You will be contacted by telephone of any cancellations.

GROUP LESSONS – Ten lessons. Parent and Tot, Preschool and Swimmer 1 classes are 30 minutes in duration. All other classes are 45 minutes unless otherwise stated. PRIVATE LESSONS/SEMI-PRIVATE LESSONS – Five, 30 minute Lessons Private and Semi-Private Lessons: Indicate a phone number that you can be reached on the Thursday or Friday prior to the start of the session. PRIVATE LESSONS CANNOT BE RESCHEDULED.

Rates: Group Lessons (Ten 30 or 45 minute lessons) - $74.55 Private Lessons (Five 30 minute lessons) - $114.70 Semi-Private Lessons (Five 30 minute lessons) – $83.78 per child

Sir Winston Churchill Community Pool Monday

Sept. 30

4:00 p.m. Preschool A Preschool B Swimmer 5 Swimmer 6

416358 416371 416424 416430

4:30 p.m. Swimmer 2

416399

4:45 p.m. Preschool C

416382

Swimmer 1

416594

5:15 p.m.

AQUATICS & FITNESS

Parent & Tot 1/2 416353 Swimmer 3

416410

Swimmer 7/8/9

416436

5:45 p.m. Swimmer 1

416595

6:00 p.m. 416359

Preschool B

416372

6:15 p.m.

416384

Swimmer 2

Swimmer 3

416411

5:30 p.m.

5:45 p.m. 416404

Swimmer 7/8/9

Swimmer 7/8/9 416439

Preschool A

416367

Preschool C

416387

Preschool A

416365

Preschool B

416380

Swimmer 1

Preschool D/E

416395

Preschool B

416378

9:45 a.m.

416596

6:00 p.m.

416441

9:30 a.m.

5:00 p.m.

6:00 p.m.

6:30 p.m.

Swimmer 2

416408

Preschool A

416360

Parent & Tot 1/2 416354

Swimmer 2

416406

Swimmer 3

416415

Preschool B

416373

Swimmer 5

416426

Swimmer 3

416413

10:00 a.m.

5:30 p.m.

Swimmer 6

416432

7:15 p.m.

Swimmer 5

416429

Swimmer 2

6:30 p.m.

Preschool C

416389

Swimmer 6

416435

Friday

Oct. 4

10:30 a.m.

5:15 p.m.

416402

5:45 p.m.

Preschool A

416363

Parent & Tot 2/3 416591

Preschool B

416376

Preschool C

6:45 p.m.

416385

6:15 p.m. Preschool A

416361

10:45 a.m.

Swimmer 7/8/9

416438

Swimmer 1

416602

Preschool C

416392

Swimmer 4

416421

Swimmer 7/8/9

416442

Swimmer 7/8/9

416440

11:00 a.m.

7:00 p.m.

416425

Swimmer 1

416599

Swimmer 6

416431

Thursday

Oct. 3

416597

Swimmer 4

416418

Wednesday

Oct. 2

416398

Parent & Tot 2/3 416593

416374

7:00 p.m.

Preschool D/E

416412

Swimmer 5

Swimmer 1

Parent & Tot 1/2 416356 4:00 p.m.

Swimmer 3

Preschool B

416417

6:30 p.m.

4:00 p.m.

4:30 p.m.

Swimmer 1

416604

Preschool C

416390

Swimmer 4

416423

Preschool D/E

416397

11:15 a.m.

Preschool A

416364

4:45 p.m.

Preschool B

416377

Swimmer 5

416428

11:30 a.m.

Swimmer 1

416600

Swimmer 6

416434

Parent & Tot 2/3 416357

Swimmer 2

4:30 p.m.

5:15 p.m.

Parent & Tot 1/2 416355

Swimmer 2

416407

11:45 a.m.

416414

Swimmer 3

416409

Bronze Star (90min) 416352

Parent & Tot 2/3 416590

4:00 p.m.

Swimmer 2

Preschool C

416386

Swimmer 2

416405

Swimmer 3

Swimmer 2

416403

Swimmer 5

416427

5:30 p.m.

416419

Swimmer 6

416433

Preschool A

416366

Preschool A

416368

Preschool B

416379

Preschool B

416381

Oct. 5

12:30 p.m.

416400

7:00 p.m. Preschool C

416383

Swimmer 4

Preschool D/E

416393

4:30 p.m.

5:00 p.m.

Parent & Tot 2/3 416592

Preschool D/E

4:45 p.m.

5:15 p.m.

Tuesday

Oct. 1

4:00 p.m.

100

5:15 p.m.

Preschool C

6:45 p.m.

Preschool A

Swimmer 4

4:30 p.m.

577-2538

Swimmer 1

416598

416396

Saturday

Swimmer 1

Swimmer 1

416601

9:00 a.m.

Swimmer 4

416420

Preschool C

416391

Swimmer 1

416603

Swimmer 4

416422

Preschool D/E

416394

5:00 p.m.

Swimmer 2

416401

Preschool A

416362

5:30 p.m.

Swimmer 7/8/9

416437

Preschool B

416375

Preschool C

416388

416416

12:00 p.m.

416605


Day

Time

Barcode Fee

Additional Materials

Bronze Medallion & Emergency First Aid - Churchill Pool Sunday

5:00-7:00

416351

$102.80

Lifesaving Manual $41.15

Bronze Medallion & Emergency First Aid - Volunteer Pool Sunday

10:00-12:00 416616

$102.80

Lifesaving Manual $41.15

Bronze Cross – Churchill Pool

Sunday

5:00-7:00

416350

$99.13

Lifesaving Manual $41.15

Bronze Cross – Volunteer Pool

Sunday

10:00-12:00 416615

$99.13

Lifesaving Manual $41.15

4 Strokes 4 Fun Level 1 – Churchill Pool

Tues./Thurs.

6:45-7:45

416339

$77.27 (1 day) Second Day $31.52

4 Strokes 4 Fun Level 1 – Volunteer Pool

Wednesday/ Friday

6:30-7:30 5:00-6:00

416606

$77.27 (1 day) Second Day $31.52

4 Strokes 4 Fun Level 2 – Churchill Pool

Tues./Thurs.

6:45-7:45

416340

$77.27 (1 day) Second Day $31.52

4 Strokes 4 Fun Level 2 – Volunteer Pool

Wednesday/ Friday

6:30-7:30 5:00-6:00

416607

$77.27 (1 day) Second Day $31.52

Community Aquatics – Volunteer Pool 345-5143 Monday

Sept. 16

4:00 p.m.

Tuesday

Sept. 17

4:00 p.m.

Wednesday Sept. 18

Thursday

10:00 a.m.

4:00 p.m.

Preschool A

416639

Preschool B

416650

416635

Swimmer 5

416706

Swimmer 1

415736

Preschool B

416646

Swimmer 6

416713

Swimmer 5

416701

Swimmer 5

416705

4:30 p.m.

Swimmer 6

416708

416712

Preschool D/E

416632

Parent & Tot

Swimmer 6

416709

Preschool B

416643

4:00 p.m.

Swimmer 2

416673

Preschool A

Swimmer 7/8

416716

4:30 p.m.

4:30 p.m.

Swimmer 3

416686

Swimmer 1

415730

Swimmer 6

Swimmer 4

416694

Swimmer 3

416688

4:30 p.m.

4:45 p.m. Swimmer 1

415728

Swimmer 2

416671

5:15 p.m. 416629

Preschool B

416641

Preschool D/E

416664

Swimmer 6

416710

5:30 p.m. Swimmer 5

416703

Parent & Tot 2/3 416623 416653

6:00 p.m. Swimmer 7/8

Parent & Tot 2/3 416624

Swimmer 4

416697

Swimmer 2

416715

4:45 p.m. Preschool D/E

416674

5:15 p.m.

Swimmer 1

416666 415732

5:15 p.m.

Preschool A

416633

Parent & Tot 1/2 416620

Preschool B

416644

Preschool C

416656

Swimmer 2

416676

Swimmer 8/9

416721

5:30 p.m. Swimmer 1

5:45 p.m. Preschool C

416690

416654

415731

5:45 p.m. Preschool C

416655

Swimmer 3

416691

Preschool D/E

416665

Swimmer 4

416698

Swimmer 8/9

416720

6:00 p.m.

6:15 p.m.

6:00 p.m.

Preschool A

416630

Swimmer 4

416642

6:15 p.m.

416672

Preschool A

416634

Parent & Tot 2/3 416625

6:30 p.m.

Preschool B

416645

Swimmwer 1

Swimmer 1

Preschool C

416662

6:45 p.m.

Preschool B Swimmer 2

415729

6:45 p.m. Swimmer 3

416687

Swimmer 2

Preschool A

416636

Preschool B

416647

6:30 p.m.

6:45 p.m.

Swimmer 2 416675

415733

Swimmer 4

416699

Swimmer 7/8

416717

5:00 p.m.

Preschool A

416637

Preschool B

416648

Swimmer 1

415734

Friday

416657

416680

10:45 a.m. Swimmer 3

416684

Swimmer 7/8

416718

11:00 a.m. Preschool C

416660

Swimmer 1

415737

11:30 a.m. Preschool A

416628

Preschool B

416651

Swimmer 2

416681

Preschool D/E

416668

Swimmer 8/9

416723

Swimmer 3

416683

Swimmer 4

416700

Swimmer 8/9

416722

4:30 p.m. Preschool A

416638

Preschool B

416649

4:45 p.m. Swimmer 2

415735 416679

Bronze Star (1.5h) 416618 12:00 p.m. Parent & Tot 2/3 416627 Preschool C

416661

12:15 p.m. Swimmer 3

416685

Swimmer 4

416693

12:30 p.m.

5:15 p.m.

Preschool D/E

416663

Swimmer 5

416707

Swimmer 1

415738

416714

Swimmer 3

416689

Swimmer 8/9

416719

Swimmer 5

416704

Swimmer 6

Swimmer 6

416711

5:30 p.m.

416631

416669

Swimmer 2

416659

416695

Preschool A

Sept. 20

Preschool D/E

Preschool C

Swimmer 4 7:00 p.m.

416658

5:30 p.m.

Swimmer 1 416677

7:00 p.m. Preschool C

416692

Preschool C

10:30 a.m. Parent & Tot 1/2 416622

Swimmer 3

4:00 p.m.

5:45 p.m.

416696

416667

4:45 p.m.

Swimmer 3

5:00 p.m.

Preschool A

416619

4:45 p.m. Preschool C

10:00 a.m. 416678

Preschool A

416652

Sept. 21

Swimmer 2

416702

Preschool C

Saturday

Parent & Tot 1/2 416621

Swimmer 5 4:15 p.m.

Sept. 19

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Community Aquatics Leadership Schedule

Parent & Tot 2/3 416626

Community Aquatics is always looking for enthusiastic Lifesaving Society certified swimming instructors to teach swimming lessons. Please call Churchill Pool at 577-2538 or Volunteer Pool at 345-5143 if you are interested!

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Community Aquatics – Fitness Programs Fitness Classes begin the week of September 9th at Volunteer Pool & September 23rd at Churchill Pool For Specific Level Information please call Churchill Pool 577-2538 or Volunteer Pool 345-5143

Churchill Pool Fitness Schedule Aquabics Monday ..........10:45 am – 11:30 am Wednesday ....10:45 am – 11:30 am Friday ..............10:45 am – 11:30 am Tuesday ..............7:45 pm – 8:30 pm Thursday ............7:45 pm – 8:30 pm Arthritis Management Tuesday ............9:30 am – 10:15 am Thursday ..........9:30 am – 10:15 am Water Walk Monday ..............2:00 pm – 2:45 pm Thursday ............2:00 pm – 2:45 pm

Barcode 416343 416345 416347 416344 416346 Barcode 416341 416342 Barcode 416448 416449

Have an Aquabics Swipe Card? Please call Churchill Pool at 577-2538 or Volunteer Pool at 345-5143 prior to the first class of a session in case of a cancellation

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Volunteer Pool Fitness Schedule Parent & Tot Fitness Class Aquabics Monday ..........10:05 am – 11:00 am Tuesday ..........10:05 am – 11:00 am Tuesday ..............8:00 pm – 8:45 pm Thursday ........10:05 am – 11:00 am Thursday ............8:00 pm – 8:45 pm Friday............10:05 am – 11:00 am Aqua Extravaganza Monday ..............1:15 pm – 2:00 pm

Barcode 416609 416610 416611 416612 416613 416614 Barcode 416608

At Churchill Pool This class is designed to be an exciting, social, and fun time for both parent and baby. Introduce your little one to the water while getting a mini workout for yourself at the same time. For children 3 months and older. Wednesday 11:30 am – 12:00 pm Barcode # 416348 Friday 11:30 – 12:00 pm Barcode # 416349

Drop in to any fitness class for $6.26 or register for a single fitness class for $82.90 once a week for 14 weeks.

Community Aquatics Fitness Deals!!! • Enroll one of your children in swimming lessons and you may purchase an Instructional Family Pass for only $54.42! Good for any Public or Family Swims at Churchill Pool and Volunteer Pool • Can’t attend every class? We also sell swipe cards that are valid for all of our fitness programs. – $61.70 for a book of 10 – $92.21 for a book of 15

AQUA ADULTS! Community Aquatics offers lessons to adults who are looking to learn how to swim or simply improve their existing skills. Call for more information. Churchill Pool: 577-2538 or Volunteer Pool: 345-5143

Community Aquatics is always looking for highly motivated people to instruct our dynamic AquaFit classes. Call Churchill Pool 577-2538 or Volunteer Pool 345-5143 if you are interested.

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Fitness Over Fifty with Lynda DePiero Email: bldipper@tbaytel.net Phone: Lynda 767-4942

Shotokan School of Karate Phone: Sensei John Charry 622-1151 or find them on Facebook

Thunder Bay Judo Dojo Website: thunderbayjudo.com Facebook: Thunder Bay Judo Dojo Phone: Sensei Pat 345-9669

Toshikai Dojo Website: senseisusan.com Email: senseisusan@tbaytel.net Phone/Text: 474-8886

Operational Protective Strategies Self Defence Phone: Sean Mulligan 807-628-2289


CHURCHILL POOL 577-2538

VOLUNTEER POOL 345-5143

Lengths Monday - Friday ........................6:00 - 9:30 a.m. Monday - Friday ......................12:00 - 1:00 p.m. Public Swims Friday ..............................7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Saturday ........................2:00 - 5:00 p.m. ............................................6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Sunday ............................1:30 - 5:00 p.m. Family Swims and Adult Swims Mon/Wed/Fri ..............9:30 - 10:45 a.m. Friday ............................................6:00 - 7:00 p.m. Parent & Tot Swims Tuesday & Thursday..............11:30 - 1:00 p.m. Nostalgia Swim ($2.00) Sunday ......................................10:00 - 11:30 a.m.

Lengths Monday - Friday ....................6:00 - 10:00 a.m. Monday - Friday ..........11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Monday - Thursday ................7:30 - 9:00 p.m. Saturday................................8:00 - 10:00 am Public Swims Friday ..........................................7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Saturday ......................................2:00 - 3:30 p.m. Sunday ........................................1:30 - 3:30 p.m. Family and Adult Swims Wednesday ............................10:30 - 11:30 a.m. Wednesday ................................1:00 - 2:30 p.m. Friday ..........................................6:00 - 7:00 p.m. Saturday ......................................3:30 - 5:00 p.m. 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Sunday ........................................3:30 - 5:00 p.m. Family and Community Swims Thursday ....................................6:00 - 7:30 p.m.

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Community Aquatics Recreational Swims

Swimming Rates Book Pass No Charge $25.24 $33.41 $54.16 $42.85 $48.97

3 Month Membership No Charge N/A $102.88 $167.81 $132.97 $271.71

BIRTHDAY PARTIES Let us take the stress out of Birthday Parties. We provide exclusive use of the pools and sauna for one hour and then pizza and refreshments in our birthday room. Book ahead to ensure a spot! Cost: $157.40 (up to 12 children) Come during our regular public swim and get all of the above for a reduced rate. Cost: $122.28 (up to 12 children) Extra pizza can be ordered. Call: Churchill Pool at 577-2538 Volunteer Pool at 345-5143

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6 Month Membership No Charge N/A $154.91 $249.57 $201.39 $401.04

1 Year Membership No Charge N/A $257.78 $414.79 $333.15 $672.75

Book Passes: A Great Deal Both Churchill and Volunteer Pool offer 10-swim passes for seniors, adults, students and children. Buying one of these great passes allows you to save approximately the cost of two swims. They are perfect for someone planning on regularly attending adult lengths or one of our public or family swims. Also a great gift idea!! 5-swim passes are also available for families! Child (10 swims) $25.24 Student (10 swims) $33.41 Adult (10 swims) $54.16 Older Adult (10 swims) $42.85 Family (5 swims) $48.97

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Single Swim Children under 2 years No Charge Child (2-13 years) $3.16 Student (14 and over) $3.92 Adult $6.40 Older Adult (60+) $5.10 Family $10.96

Volunteer Pool Thurs./Fri. 1:30-2:30pm $72.98/hr 345-5143 Churchill Pool Weekdays 1:00-3:30pm $72.98/hr 577-2538 **Each time slot can accommodate up to 60 students or 2 classes and includes 2 lifeguards**

Support Persons â&#x20AC;&#x201C; No fee if accompanied by a person with a PAL (Personal Attendant for Leisure) Card.

Special Needs Swim: This time slot is available at Churchill Pool for individuals with special needs and their support workers. It is designed to ensure that people with exceptionalities can enjoy our facility without the commotion that is sometimes associated with public and family swims. Support workers are admitted free of charge. Tuesday & Thursday 10:30-11:30 am

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Adult Community Fitness Fall 2019 Fitness & Wellness Programs Register at 625-TIME (8463) or 625-2351 For detailed information on Fitness & Wellness Programs call 684-3324 HST will be added to all Fees.

If your schedule does not allow for you to regularly partake in one of our fitness programs, feel free to purchase a Punch Card. This punch card offers maximum flexibility. The Punch card is good for a one year period from the date of purchase. This also includes drop in classes at the Canada Games Complex. Some restrictions may apply. Please check prior to attending to make sure the class is running. Like us on

For more updates on Community Programs please like us on facebook under City of Thunder Bay Community Fitness.

Please register early! Classes need a minimum in order to run.

Zumba Toning AQUATICS & FITNESS

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Join Share on Mondays for the Zumba Fitness Party in your neighborhood! With the use of added resistance by using Zumba Toning Sticks you will enhance your sense of rhythm and coordination while toning arms, core and lower body. Instructor: Share Smith-Baxter Location: Kingsway School (New Location) Mondays â&#x20AC;˘ Session 1 (5 weeks) Fee: $37.50 & HST September 9 to October 7 5:30 - 6:30 pm Code: 413299 Mondays â&#x20AC;˘ Session 2 (6 weeks) Fee: $37.50 & HST October 21 to November 25 5:30 - 6:30 pm Code: 413300


Senior Fitness*

Yoga Fit

Are you 55 or over? Join us and have fun moving to the music through a variety of exercises designed to increase muscular strength and range of movement. With the use of bands and weights and gentle cardio you will enjoy being challenged but also encouraged to work at your own pace. Instructor: Evelyn Harrison Location: Westmount School, 120 Begin St. W. Mondays & Wednesdays No class October 14, 23 and November 20 Fee: $110.25 & HST September 9 to November 27 • 6:45 - 7:45 pm Code: 413293

Flow into power with this Hybrid class of asana (poses) to strengthen the body and restore calm. With conditioning movements you will improve posture, balance, focus and flexibility while improving overall well-being. Instructor: Taina Chahal Location: Ecole de La Verendryre, 175 High St Wednesdays • Session 1 (7 weeks) Fee: $43.75 & HST September 11 to October 23 • 6:45 - 7:45 pm Code: 413311 Wednesdays • Session 2 (4 weeks) Fee: $25.00 & HST November 6 to November 27 • 6:45 - 7:45 pm Code: 413312

3 workouts in one! With 20 minutes of cardio, 20 minutes of strength training and 20 minutes of core and stretching. This class is for all levels of fitness. Instructor: Lee Vaillant Location: C.D. Howe School, 30 Wishart Cres. Mondays • Session 1 (5 weeks) Fee: $31.25 & HST September 9 to October 7 • 6:45 - 7:45 pm Code: 413289 Mondays • Session 2 (6 weeks) Fee: $37.50 & HST October 21 to November 25 • 6:45 - 7:45 pm Code: 413290

Functional Fitness* Are you just getting back into fitness or do you want to improve your everyday real life activities? With the use of hand weights, real life functional movement patterns such as twisting, bending, push pull, lunging and, squats, you will be feeling better in no time! Balance, core training and flexibility will target weaknesses you may not realize you had. Instructor: Stephanie Needham Location: Westmount School, 120 Begin St. W. Tuesdays • Session 1 (8 weeks) Fee: Fee: $50.00 & HST September 10 to October 29 • 7:00 - 8:00 pm Code: 413295 Tuesdays • Session 2 (4 weeks) Fee: Fee: $25.00 & HST November 12 to December 3 • 7:00 - 8:00 pm Code: 413296

Hatha Yoga - All Levels Tuesdays* Join us for a new session of All Levels Hatha Yoga with Kelly Rooney! Build strength, flexibility and inner calm. This class is open to all levels and modifications will be provided to allow beginners, intermediate and advanced students to be challenged in the same class. Please bring a yoga mat, water bottle and throw blanket to class. Instructor: Kelly Rooney Location: Westmount School, 120 Begin St. W. Thursdays • Session 1 (8 weeks) Fee: Fee: $50.00 & HST September 10 to October 29 • 7:00 - 8:15 pm Code: 413305 Thursdays • Session 2 (4 weeks) Fee: Fee: $25.00 & HST November 5 to November 26 • 7:00 - 8:15 pm Code: 413307

Bender Ball Fusion* Join Candace for this great class that is easy to follow and focuses on all the components of fitness! With the use of small bender balls there will be a cardio plus toning with light weights component as well as core exercises followed by cool down. This class is a great addition to any fitness regime you already have. Please bring your own mat as well as light weights to class. (Preferably no heavier than 3 lbs.) Instructor: Candace Litwinenko Location: Bishop Gallagher School Wednesdays • Session 1 (8 weeks) Fee: $50.00 & HST September 11 to October 30 • 7:00 - 8:00 pm Code: 413309 Wednesdays • Session 2 (4 weeks) Fee: $25.00 & HST November 6 to November 27 • 7:00 - 8:00 pm Code: 413310

Hatha Yoga - All Levels Thursdays Join us for a new session of All Levels Hatha Yoga with Kelly Rooney! Build strength, flexibility and inner calm. This class is open to all levels and modifications will be provided to allow beginners, intermediate and advanced students to be challenged in the same class. Please bring a yoga mat, water bottle and throw blanket to class. Instructor: Kelly Rooney Location: Westmount School, 120 Begin St. W. Thursdays • Session 1 (7 weeks) Fee: Fee: $43.75 & HST September 12 to October 24 • 7:00 - 8:15 pm Code: 413306 Thursdays • Session 2 (4 weeks) Fee: Fee: $25.00 & HST November 7 to November 28 • 7:00 - 8:15 pm Code: 413308

AQUATICS & FITNESS

20/20/20 Workout* Mondays

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To register call 625-(TIME) or 625-2351

Community Fitness & Wellness

Adult Community Fitness & Wellness Programs

Fitness Punch Card The Fitness Punch Card offers maximum flexibility and is perfect for those who need to accommodate a busy schedule. Your Fitness Punch Card is good for a one year period from the date of purchase which also includes drop in classes at the Canada Games Complex. Please call the Active Living Coordinator at 684-3324 prior to the first class in case of class cancellation. Note: Support Person- No fee if supporting a person with a PAL (Personal Attendant for Leisure Card) 9X Punch Card Fee: $65.00 & HST Code: 414039 *Classes that allow punch card users

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COMMUNITY GROUPS INDEX 2511 LSSR Army Cadets................................110 Blaze Basketball ............................................143 Boulder Bear Climbing Centre ........................139 Cadets Canada...............................................111 Chaban Ukrainian Dance Group......................119 Community Contacts......................................148 Current River Mighty Mites Hockey ................136 Dance Dynamics Studio .................................120 Dorian Singers ...............................................117 Ellie Davis CPR...............................................114 Fay Gleeson Dance Centre .............................119 Fitness Over Fifty with Lynda DePiero.............124 Giant Gymnastics...........................................142 Good Food Box...............................................115 Grandview Recreation Hockey Association .....134 Hospice Northwest Services...........................144 Image Studio of Dance...................................121 Kakabeka Falls Curling Club...........................126 Kamview Nordic Centre..................................128 KC Minor Hockey Association .........................135 Kindermusik of Thunder Bay ..........................117 Lake Superior Biathlon...................................129 Lakehead Choral Group..................................118 Lakehead Suzuki Strings................................117 Lappe Nordic Ski Club....................................129 Le Stelle Alpine Italian Dancers ......................121 Learn to Swim ...............................................140 Legacy Dance Co. ..........................................122 Loch Lomond Snow School ....................130, 131 magICODE Academy ......................................109 Magnus Theathre...........................................118 Meals on Wheels ...........................................116 Morganâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s School of Highland Dancing ............121 Music Workshop ............................................117 Neebing Minor Hockey Association.................134

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.


Northern Respiratory......................................115 Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame......116 Norwesters Alpine Club ..................................131 Port Arthur Curling Club..................................126 Rural Roots Children’s Centre.........................113 Science North ................................................108 Sewing by Cherlyne .......................................109 Soengkono World Class Martial Arts ...............125 St. John Ambulance .......................................113 Studio One Dance ..........................................121 Thunder & Thistle Highland Dance Company ..123 Thunder Bay Art Gallery .................................109 Thunder Bay Chill...........................................144 Thunder Bay Counselling Centre ....................112 Thunder Bay District Health Unit.....................112 Thunder Bay Elks Hockey Association ............136 Thunder Bay Figure Skating Club ...................133 Thunder Bay Freestyle Ski Club......................131 Thunder Bay Gymnastics Association .............142

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Thunder Bay Judo Dojo..................................125 Thunder Bay Literacy Group ...........................115 Thunder Bay Minor Football Association .........145 Thunder Bay Police Youth Corps .....................110 Thunder Bay Public Library ............................108 Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre................................112 Thunder Bay Skating Academy.......................132 Thunder Bay Synchro.....................................141 Thunder Bay Women’s Hockey ......................137 Thunder Bay Youth Curling ............................127 Thunder Blades Speed Skating Club...............138 Thunderbolts Swim Club ................................141 Ultimate Gymnastics ......................................142 Vibe Performance Academy ...........................118 Westfort Rangers Hockey Assoc. ....................135 Wolves Wrestling............................................138 Zorya Ukrainian Dance Assoc.........................119

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Reading assistance for children in grades 1-3. A one-hour weekly session is offered at 5:30 pm or 6:30 pm at Brodie or Waverley. Brodie Library ... 345-8275 (7250) Wednesdays: October 3 - November 28 (no meeting on October 31) Waverley Library ... 684-6816 Thursdays: October 4 - November 29 (no meeting on November 1)

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COMMUNITY GROUPS Fall Coding Classes

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Age 8 - 14 Sat, 10:00am-11:15am

Ignite your creativity to create interactive stories, games, animations and computer arts. $325/Student Age 10-18 Sat, 11:30am-12:45pm

Unleash your talent to create mobile apps for smart phone & tablet. $325/Student Each class has 13 lessons. Class size up to 10 students. Location: Boys & Girls Clubs of Thunder Bay. Registration: Text 630-8345 or visit https://www.magicodeacademy.com/

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Coding is like magic! Coding is easier than you think! MIT App Inventor Master Trainer: Ming Wu teaches students to create Mobile Apps using MIT App Inventor. Students will learn fundamental computer science principles, computational thinking and problem-solving skills.

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A group for children and youth to talk about their experiences with women abuse.

Is your weight affecting your health?

Obesity is a chronic disease that requires long-term management If you are thinking about taking steps towards managing obesity, talk to your care provider about a referral to the Regional Bariatric Care Centre, Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre, Suite 104, Medical Building, 807-684 6058.

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If your child is between the ages of 4-17 years and you are ready to make changes as a family, talk to your health care provider or call us directly at (807) 684-6058, to see if you are eligible for the Paediatric Healthy Living Program.

Medical Centre Suite 104 Call (807) 684-6058

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DELIVERED TO YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD

The Northern Respiratory Advantage… x Client directed education for Oxygen and C.P.A.P therapy. x In-store or in-home teaching. x Locally owned and operated.

705 Red River Road Thunder Bay, On P7B 1J3

807-767-1AIR (1247)

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non-profit, volunteer powered

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community based food security

STEP 1: A GFB HOST-SITE (loca on to purchase and pick up your Good Food Box) there are 40 Host-Sites around town:

STEP 2: ORDER YOUR BOX Walk in to a Host-Site and order a small box ($15) or large box ($25) on or before the monthly order deadline: September 5th, October 10th November 7th, December 5th.

For more info/to get involved:

tel: (807) 345-7819 / GFB@nwowc.org

THUNDER BAY LITERACY GROUP

ADULT LEARNING CENTRE

FREE HELP: READING

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COMPUTERS

MATH

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Start Any Time - Call 475-7211

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Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame & Museum

Exhibits Sports Library Archives Educational Programs

Celebrating Sports History OPEN YEAR ROUND Tuesday to Saturday

12 - 5 pm • 38th Annual Induction Ceremonies • Saturday, September 28th, 2019

219 May Street South (beside City Hall) (807) 622-2852 nwosport@tbaytel.net www.nwosportshallofame.com

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Meals on Wheels

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Movement based Music Instruction by “Miss Susan” (Sutherland) Richards

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Music that creates magic for your child or grandchild Newborn to Age 7!

Classes fill fast! Register Today at

susans.ca or call

345–4552

708-2449 3-59 Court St. N.

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Magnus Theatre in Education is the premiere theatre training facility in the Thunder Bay area. Our classes and masterclasses are taught by professional actors, directors and educators. MAGNUS MINIS/YOUTH (Ages 6 – 8 and Ages 9 -12)

$115

Saturday, September 28th – November 23rd (no class October 12th) @ 10:00 am - 11:15 am (ages 6-8) / 11:30 am - 12:45 pm (ages 9-12)

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Develop self-expression and creativity while building self-confidence. Final presentation of their own creation in the classroom for invited guests. MAGNUS THEATRE YOUNG COMPANY (Ages 13 – 18) Wednesday, October 16th – May 2020 (Performance dates TBD)

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Young Company is an intensive program for students who are interested in more advanced theatre training. Over three terms, students will learn foundational theatre skills and rehearse a full length play to be performed on our mainstage in Spring 2020. ADMISSION BY AUDITION; email education@magnus.on.ca for more information. MUSICAL THEATRE SONG INTERPRETATION (Ages 16+) Thursday, October 3rd – November 14th (no class October 31st) @ 7:00pm – 8:30pm

Amy Sellors has performed professionally in musical theatre across Canada and learned from some of the best in the industry. This exciting, practical course will provide you with skills, strategies, and one-on-one coaching in a group setting to help you become a stronger singer and more dynamic musical theatre performer. We will look at how to choose songs that are right for you, how to interpret lyrics, and how to find your way of singing a song – not an imitation of the cast recording. Aged 16+. Minimum 6 participants. TO REGISTER, VISIT MAGNUSTHEATRE.COM/EDUCATION OR CALL 345-5552 Please note: Class fees are non refundable *Plus tax where applicable

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

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Image Studio of Dance Northwestern Ontario Freedom for All to Dance

All Classes start week of Sept. 16, 2019! FAMILIES NEW Move and Groove - 6 weeks • Mondays 6:15-7pm • $90 per family

ADULTS NEW Yoga & Meditative Movement - 10 weeks • Tuesdays 6-7pm • $140 or Drop-in $15 Freedom & Flow Meditative Movement - 10 weeks • Wednesdays 12-1pm • $140 or Drop-in $15 Improvisation Thursdays 6–7pm • $120/semester or $220/yr Contemporary Dance & Creative Movement - Thursdays 7:15–8:15pm • $120/yr or $220/yr

WORKSHOPS - to be announced

REGISTRATION Thu., Sept. 12 6–8pm • Sat., Sept. 16 11am–1pm 1315 Crawford Ave. (corner of Frances St.) imagestudioofdance@gmail.com

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Classes offered in: Kinder, Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Lyrical, Musical Theatre and Hip Hop From ages 3 and up Competitive & Recreational Classes BATD exams offered www.studioonedance.ca 38 Court St. S 344 6402

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COMPETITIVE CLASSES FOR AGES 4 & UP AND RECREATIONAL CLASSES FOR AGES 2 & UP

CLASSES START SEPTEMBER 9TH 2019-2020 REGISTRATION BEGINS: AUG 27,28, 29 6:00PM-8:00PM AND SEPT 3,4,5 6:00PM- 8:00PM AT LEGACY DANCE CO.

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All Snow School group lessons use a punch-pass system! Loch Lomond accommodates your availability; pick and choose how many and which lessons you want to attend. All Snow School Group Lessons are 2 hours long. Groups are formed each session based on individual’s ski or snowboarding ability as assessed by our instructors.

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www.lochlomond.ca or (807)475-7787 for more information

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GRANDVIEW GRANDVIEW RECREATION RECREATION HOCKEY HOCKEY ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATION 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

DIVISION Stinger Mighty Mite Pee Wee Bantam Senior

BIRTH YEAR 2013 - 2014 2010 - 2012 2007 - 2009 2004 - 2006 1999 - 2003

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

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September 4th & 5th- 6:30pm - 8:00pm September 11th & 12th - 6:30pm - 8:00pm Please visit our website at www.grandviewrecreationhockeyassociation.com or phone 768–1429

Neebing Minor Hockey Association 2019-2020 SEASON REGISTRATION

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Cost: IP $325 Novice $375 Atom A $420 for AA tryouts add $50

PWA $550

Neebing Minor Hockey participates in a city-wide schedule, including playoffs through Lakehead Minor Hockey Players participating in the AA draft must register online by Aug 15/19 They must attend the Neebing Minor Hockey registration for payment of fees and jersey pickups. Group assignment will be posted on the LMH website


Initiation Program (IP-1) & NOVICE KC has always offered a developmental program designed to teach young players the fundamental skills necessary to excel at the World's fastest game. Our program meets or exceeds all Hockey Canada recommendations for developmental hockey. Register with KC and watch your child develop skills and friendships that will last a lifetime!

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Promoting and developing opportunities for girls of all abilities to play hockey in Thunder Bay

It's never to late to learn to play!

Online registration opens the second week of August

Ages* and Divisions IP - 4-6 years - $300ǠǠ Novice - 7-8 years - $300 Atom - 9-10 years - $600

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Lakehead Wrestling Club is a Regional Training Centre for the Canadian Amateur Wrestling Association

LWC Wolf Pups - $200 - Oct. 1 - Dec 19 Ages 5-7 - Tues. & Thurs. 6:45-7:45pm Hammarskjold HS wrestling room / Boys & Girls Club

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ELEMENTARY SESSION - $700 - Oct. 1 - April Ages 8-13 - Tues. & Thurs. 6:30-8:00pm Hammarskjold HS wrestling room/ Boy & Girls Club

HIGH SCHOOL SESSION - $700 - Oct. 2 - April Ages 14-18 - Wed. 7:00-8:30pm & Sat. 10am-12 in the Hammarskjold HS wrestling room / Boys & Girls Club E-mail us at: lwcwolves@gmail.com

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All Program Registrations Thursday, September 26th 6:30pm at Hammarskjold HS

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FUNDAMENTALS PROGRAM Sparks (Ages 5-8) Monday - Friday 1 x week 45 min / session 2 x week 45 min / session Lightning (Ages 8-12) Monday - Thursday 1 x week 60 min / session 2 x week 60 min / session

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THUNDERBOLTS SWIMMING

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THUNDER BAY GYMNASTICS ASSOCIATION The Only Not-For-Profit Gymnastics Club in Town! Register For Our All New Fall Sessions The BEST Instruction in: • Gymnastics • Parkour – TBay’s Original • Tumbling • Birthdays • Private Lessons

Follow us on social media

REGISTRATION STARTS AUGUST 1ST, 2019! Toddler Classes

Recreational Classes

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

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x Gymnastics x Tumbling x Trampoline / Foam Pit x Drop In Classes x Birthday Parties x PA Day Programs x Rhythmic x School Groups x NINJA ZONE

Giant Gymnastics is Northwestern Ontario's largest gymnastics facility offering a wide rage of programs. Visit our website to explore the many classes offered to fit a busy family's schedule

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www.tbayblaze.com In partnership with Lakehead University Men’s Basketball, Blaze Basketball enters its fifteenth season of providing basketball instruction in a fun learning environment for boys from grades 1-12 by teaching the basic fundamentals of the game, sportsmanship, teamwork, rules of the game and more.

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Programs include a jersey,t-shirt & ball! High School programming does not include ball.

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Fee: $200 Boys in JK to SK (1) 1 hour session per week/20 weeks October to March

Fee: $200 Boys in grades 1 to 2 (1) 1 hour session per week/20 weeks October to March

Fee: $325 Boys in grades 3 to 4 (2) 1 hour sessions per week/20 weeks October to March

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Fee: $375 Boys in grades 5 & 6 1 ¼ hour sessions per week/20 weeks October to March Note: Saturday sessions will be league games.

Fee: $375 Boys in grades 7 & 8 (2) 1¼ hour sessions per week/20 weeks October to March Note: Saturday sessions will be league games.

Fee: $180 Boys in grades 9 to 12 (8) 2 hour sessions Designed to get you ready for the high school season Mid September to Mid November

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Dates to be determined

Dates to be determined

For more information and to register, visit: www.tbayblaze.com Register online beginning September 1st, 2019 For more information on Lakehead University Men’s Basketball, visit: www.thunderwolves.ca

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DRAFT AN ATHLETE MAKE A DREAM COME TRUE! PURE HEART The Special Olympics Canada Winter Games will be held in Thunder Bay February 25 to 29, 2020. Participants will compete in eight sports: Alpine Skiing, Cross Country Skiing, Curling, Figure Skating, Floor Hockey, Snowshoeing, Speed Skating, and Five Pin Bowling.

PURE INSPIRATION The Draft An Athlete program helps support the costs for each and every athlete, one at a time. A $500 donation will draft one athlete to participate in the Games but more importantly it will let one athlete live their dream of participating.

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Chaban Ukrainian Dance Group ......................344-3993 Dance Dynamics.............................................766-0066 Fay Gleeson Dance Centre ..............................622-7879 Magnus Theatre .............................................345-5552 Music Workshop .............................................708-2449 Sewing by Cherlyne........................................474-6219 Studio One Dance...........................................344-6402 Zorya Ukrainian Dance Association .................577-2100

Badminton Thunder Bay .................................577-1324 Grandview Recreational Hockey Assoc............768-1429 Lappe Nordic Ski Club ....................................344-1973 Neebing Minor Hockey Assoc..........................475-5315 Port Arthur Curling & Athletic Club Youth .........344-0111 Port Arthur Curling & Athletic Club...................344-0111 Ski Co Development Inc..................................475-7787 Soengkono World Class Martial Arts................623-0900 Thunder Bay Gymnastics Assoc. .....................628-8474 Thunder Bay Skating Academy .......................622-7758 Thunder Blades Speed Skating Club ...............629-8433

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Army Cadets...................................................345-9101 Fitness Over Fifty & Class Dancing Seniors of Thunder Bay.................................................................767-4942 Fresh Air.........................................................623-3800 Giant Gymnastics............................................683-3730 Laughter Yoga.................................................933-4815 Navy League of Canada ..................................620-7915 St John Ambulance ................................345-1712 ext 2 Thunder Bay Blaze Basketball.........................767-1190 Thunder Bay Field Naturalists .........................977-1702 Thunder Bay Police Youth Corps......................344-3969 Ultimate Gymnastics.......................................344-3547

Education Dorian Singers Adult Choir ..............................473-5271 Kindermusik ..........................................www.susans.ca Lakehead Suzuki Choir ...................................621-9464 Paediatric Healthy Living Program ..................684-6058 Regional Bariatric Centre ................................684-6058 Sounds of Superior Chorus .............................345-8078 Thunder Bay Literacy Group............................475-7211 Thunder Bay Public Library.............................345-8275

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