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LAKEHEAD PUBLIC SCHOOLS

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Programs .......................................................................................31–43 www.thunderbay.ca www.prokidsthunderbay.ca www.gamescomplex.com www.golfthunderbay.ca

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Index & General Information ...............................................................2–3 Academic Upgrading ..............................................................................5 Programs & Courses ........................................................................4–12 Northwest Employment Works..............................................................13 Wellness Centre ...................................................................................14

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Index....................................................................................................44 Registration..........................................................................................45 Recreation & Culture Division 55 Plus .......................................................................................69–80 Aquatics & Wellness..................................................................97–106 Canada Games Complex .............................................................81–96 Community Centres.....................................................................58–68

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Index..................................................................................................107 Programs ...................................................................................108–123 Community Groups Contact Information .............................................124

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lakeheadu.ca

RECRUITMENT

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See yourself here. Lakehead offers 65+ flexible and adaptable undergraduate programs to suit your lifestyle and goals. Let’s talk about options to take your education and career to the next level. Contact us: 807-343-8500 studentcentral@lakeheadu.ca

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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

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Condominium Management NEW

Management Studies NEW

Data Analytics for Business Decision Making NEW

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Elearning Developer NEW Food Service Worker

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ACADEMIC UPGRADING

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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

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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

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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

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WELLNESS CENTRE

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WINTER FITNESS PROGRAMS 12-week session begins Monday, January 6th to Sunday, March 29th, 2020 Registration begins Monday, December 9th at 9 A.M. in person

DAYTIME PROGRAMS PROGRAM

DAY

TIME

FEE

INSTRUCTOR

Lunch Fitness

M-W

12:00-1:00 PM

$160

Ellie Davies Shannon Benn-Harris

Lunch Yoga

T or TH

12:10-12:50 PM

$110

Gentle Yoga

TH

10:30 AM-12:00 PM

$120

Shannon Benn-Harris

F

12:00-1:00 PM

$110

Shannon Benn-Harris

SAT

10:00-11:00 AM

$60

Ellie Davies

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Lunch Circuit Training Body Sculpt

EVENING PROGRAMS PROGRAM Cortisol Crusher Happy Hour Cycle and Circuit

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TIME

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6:30-7:15 PM

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Jillian Whybourne

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5:00-6:00 PM

$160

Anne Parr Ellie Davies

T or TH

6:00-7:00 PM

$80

W

5:00-6:30 PM

$120

Shannon Benn-Harris

Total Body Resistance Bands TH

6:15-7:15 PM

$80

Jillian Whybourne

Zumba

5:00-6:00 PM

$80

Maddie Tsilkas

All Levels Yoga

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DROP-IN PROGRAMS PROGRAM

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Pick-up Basketball

T&F

6:00-8:00 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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The potential for weather related winter school closures and cancellations is a reality here in Northwestern Ontario. In preparation for winter, all Parents/Guardians need to be aware of Transportation Emergency Weather Procedures followed by all Lakehead Public Schools. Every effort will be made to ensure that all families can access timely information on school closures and cancellations.

INCLEMENT WEATHER EMERGENCY TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION

(807) 625-1661

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Winter@LPS Inclement Weather School Cancellations & Closures Radio Throughout the winter months, Parents/Guardians are encouraged to monitor local morning radio broadcasts for weather related closures or cancellations. All efforts are made to notify the media by 7:00 AM. Websites Parents/Guardians may also monitor the following websites: Lakehead Public Schools: www.lakeheadschools.ca Student Transportation Services of Thunder Bay: www.ststb.ca Social Media Lakehead Public Schools and STSTB Social Media accounts are updated regularly for immediate information. Lakehead Public Schools: @LakeheadSchools fb.com/LakeheadSchools Student Transportation Services of Thunder Bay: @TBayBus fb.com/STSThunderBay Text Messaging If you do not already receive text messages from Lakehead Public Schools, visit our website to sign up: www.lakeheadschools.ca TOO COLD? School bus transportation will be cancelled if the ambient temperature (no windchill) is -34°C or colder at 6:00 AM on the Environment Canada Weather website (Thunder Bay Airport reading).

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

LAKEHEAD PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Student Safety: Schools & Winter Weather

www.lakeheadschools.ca

WINTER

INCLEMENT WEATHER

2019-2020

@lakeheadschools @lakeheads laakehead akehead

Committed to the success of every student.

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KINDERGARTEN

register.lakeheadschools.ca

KINDERGARTEN Registration Week 2020 Monday, January 27 - Friday, January 31, 2020 We are excited to offer full-time (full-day, every day) learning for our Junior (Year One) and Senior (Year Two) Kindergarten students in all Lakehead Public Schools. We are proud to welcome you to our Family.

Kindergarten Information Session Monday, January 27 | 7:00 PM | Valhalla Inn

LAKEHEAD PUBLIC SCHOOLS

You are invited to explore the world of Kindergarten, discover the learning adventure that awaits your child, and take a moment to enjoy the expo of community early learning partners.

Kindergarten Open House Thursday, January 30 | 6:30 - 7:30 PM All Elementary Schools Join us at your neighbourhood elementary school to celebrate school communities and young learners. Explore the Kindergarten classroom, meet your Kindergarten team, get comfortable in the school, and register your child for school in September. Children who will be 4 on or before December 31st are invited to attend Junior Kindergarten (Kindergarten Year One) in September.

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Children arrive at school with different backgrounds, experiences, and are at different stages of development. Educator teams (teachers and early childhood educators) in partnership with parents/guardians work to provide learning experiences that will build each student’s confidence.

KINDERGARTEN

We invite you to watch our Kindergarten Videos on Youtube with your family www.youtube.com/lakeheadschools

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PREPARING FOR KINDERGARTEN

The Kindergarten Program is a two-year program. First year students (who are mostly four year olds) are considered Year One students and second year students (who are mostly five years old) are considered Year Two students. This program provides a foundation for lifelong learning, behaviour, health, and well-being. Partnerships with families and communities are essential. This program guides children to respect diversity, equity, and inclusion. It is an intentional, planned program that supports learning through explicit teaching, play and inquiry that capitalizes on children’s natural curiosity. Year Two students can choose either an English or French Immersion program.

LAKEHEAD PUBLIC SCHOOLS

If you require more information about school zones or transportation options, please visit www.ststb.ca or call Student Transportation Services Thunder Bay at (807) 625-1660.

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FRENCH IMMERSION

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

Information Sessions Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Thursday, January 23, 2020

École Gron Morgan Public School 7:00 - 8:00 PM | Room N4

Agnew H. Johnston Public School 7:00 - 8:00 PM | School Library

LAKEHEAD PUBLIC SCHOOLS

High Standards | Quality Educators

Exceptional Students Claude E. Garton Public School

École Gron Morgan Public School

414 Grenville Ave. | (807) 683-6289

174 Marlborough Rd. | (807) 345-1468

École Elsie MacGill Public School

Hammarskjold High School

130 Churchill Dr. W | (807) 625-5100

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

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

Committed to the success of every student.

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What is IB? The IB World School offers an enriched, accelerated course of study based on the best aspects of education systems around the world. The curriculum has an international focus, and encourages students to think beyond themselves and their communities. The nature of this programme helps students to develop critical and analytical thinking skills, as well as organization and time management skills. In general, the programme aims to provide students with a well-balanced education. Ultimately, for grade 7 & 8 students and their families students graduate with a diploma that is Monday, January 14, 2020 recognized by universities in 145 countries or around the world. Internationally, the Tuesday, January 15, 2020 IB Programme has become a symbol of academic integrity and intellectual 7:00 PM | Superior CVI promise. Join IB Students and staff to explore IB!

ibo.org

INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE

International Baccalaureate Programme

IB INFO SESSIONS

IB WORLD SCHOOL Mr. Clarke Loney IB Coordinator (807) 625-4001

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

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

LAKEHEAD PUBLIC SCHOOLS

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Academic Integrity â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Intellectual Promise

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FOUR DIRECTIONS

Four Directions Graduation Gra Coach The Four Directions First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Graduation Coach Approach has been implemented in all Lakehead Public Secondary Schools. “Four Directions isn’t a program; it’s an approach - a different way of working to support students while increasing capacity and culture within a school. My door is always open to students and families.” - Kieran McMonagle, Graduation Coach

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

LAKEHEAD PUBLIC SCHOOLS

• • • • • • • •

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

For more information about the program, please contact:

LPS Student Success

Hammarskjold HS

Superior CVI

Westgate CVI

(807) 625-5104

(807) 767-1631

(807) 768-7284

(807) 577-4251

Committed to the success of every student.

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Aviation & Aerospace Westgate CVI

Arts & Culture Westgate CVI

Hospitality & Tourism Westgate CVI

Justice, Community Safety & Emergency Services Hammarskjold HS

Business Westgate CVI

www.ontario.ca/SHSM

SPECIALIST HIGH SKILLS MAJOR

Specialist High Skills Major Programs 2019

Manufacturing Superior CVI

Construction Hammarskjold HS

Health & Wellness Superior CVI

Manufacturing Westgate CVI

Transportation Westgate CVI

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

LAKEHEAD PUBLIC SCHOOLS

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

Committed to the success of every student.

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aq.lakeheadschools.ca

ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

Additional QualiďŹ cations AQ Courses provide opportunities for educators to enhance teaching using current, research-based instructional and assessment strategies, and further, allows candidates to explore curriculum, innovative resources and strategies to engage students. Courses are offered in a classroom setting and are enriched through the varying perspectives, ideas and resources that are shared by the participants and instructors. One course is also offered online.

Winter 2020 Application Deadline: Friday, January 17, 2020

LAKEHEAD PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Courses open to all qualified teachers: First Nations, MĂŠtis, and Inuit Studies, Part 1 Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction, Part 1 (Blended) Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction, Part 1 (Online) Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction, Part 2 Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction, Specialist Mathematics - Primary & Junior, Part 1 Mathematics - Primary & Junior, Part 2 Mathematics - Primary & Junior, Specialist Reading, Part 1 (Primary & Junior Focus) Reading, Part 1 (Intermediate Focus) Reading, Part 2 Reading, Specialist

EAQ9261 WS EAQ9651 WS EAQ9651B WS EAQ9652 WS EAQ9653 WS EAQ9761 WS EAQ9762 WS EAQ9763 WS EAQ9061 WS EAQ9061B WS EAQ9062 WS EAQ9063 WS

aq.lakeheadschools.ca Courses require a minimum enrolment in order to proceed. All courses are offered in a classroom setting (face-to-face with an online component) as well as one course is offered online. Courses scheduled for holidays (i.e. Family Day) will be held on another day of the week.

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

Committed to the success of every student.

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ADULT EDUCATION

Looking to complete your High School Diploma?

lakeheadschools.ca/adult-education

Lakehead Adult Education Centre

Need pre-requisite courses for College or University? Looking to learn English as a second language?

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

LAKEHEAD PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re here to help!

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ADULT EDUCATION

Lakehead Adult Education Centre

2019-2020 Course Offerings Cooperative Education

Self-Study E-Learning

Offering paid or unpaid placements for credit towards your high school diploma.

English

Direct Instruction & Blended Learning

ENG4E | Workplace English (12) ENG3U | University English (11) ENG4U | University English (12) EWC4U | University Writerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Craft (12)

English Literacy Supports

Health & Physical Education PPZ3C | College Health for Life (11)

OLC4O | OSSLC Literacy Course (12) ENG3C | College English (11) ENG4C | College English (12)

Indigenous Studies NBV3E | Workplace Aboriginal Values & Beliefs (11)

Mathematics Numeracy Supports

Mathematics MEL4E | Workplace Math (12) MCT4C | College Tech Math (12) MCR3U | University Math (11) MDM4U | University Data Management (12) MHF4U | University Advanced Functions (12) MCV4U | University Calculus & Vectors (12)

MEL3E | Workplace Math (11) MBF3C | College Math (11) MAP4C | College Math (12)

PLAR Prior Learning Assessment & Recognition 9&10

Science SBI3C | College Biology (11) SBI3U | University Biology (11) SBI4U | University Biology (12) SCH3U | University Chemistry (11) SCH4C | College Chemistry (12) SPH3U | University Physics (11) SPH4C | College Physics (12) SCH4U | University Chemistry (12) SPH4U | University Physics (12)

Self-Study Booklet Courses

LAKEHEAD PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Business

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BMX3E | Workplace Retail & Service Marketing (12)

English ENG3E | Workplace English (11)

Math MCF3M | Functions & Applications (11)

Social Sciences

Social Sciences

GPP3O | Open Leadership & Peer Support (11) HLS3O | Open Living Spaces & Shelter (11)

HPC3O | Open Parenting (11) HIP4O | Open Personal Life Management (12)

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


ADULT EDUCATION

lakeheadschools.ca/adult-education

Lakehead Adult Education Centre

Learn English Online learning with personalized support in your community. When: September 10, 2019 - April 30, 2020 (ongoing Registration)

Where: At home or at a participating site in your community. • • • • • • • • •

First language not English 18 years of age or older Canadian Citizen (born outside of Canada) Permanent Resident Convention Refugee Refugee Claimant Provincial Nominee Canadian Experience Class Participant Live-in Caregiver Program Participant

How to Apply: Call 1-877-625-5145 for more information

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

LAKEHEAD PUBLIC SCHOOLS

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HERITAGE LANGUAGES

Heritage Language for Children Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8

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

LAKEHEAD PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Sign up at times and locations below. Registration is ongoing.

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Finnish

Algonquin Avenue Public School

Mondays | 6pm - 8:30pm

160 Algonquin Ave. S

Karen

Sherbrooke Public School

Saturdays | 10am - 12:30pm

110 Sherbrooke St.

Mandarin Chinese

Algonquin Avenue Public School

Sundays | 10am - 12:30pm

160 Algonquin Ave. S

If you have a group of young people who are interested in learning or improving a heritage language, please contact us.

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


To Reserve School Space: To book a school facility, applicants must be at least 18 years of age or older and have a valid email address that can receive information and approved permits.

The Community Use of Schools program supports and promotes healthy, active lifestyles in our communities. It is an effective use of taxpayers’ investments in providing citizens with a place to come together, volunteer, access community programs, and build strong and healthy communities.

Applicants must also provide proof of existing liability insurance or purchase it from the school at a reasonable rate.

Register and request your booking today! permits.lakeheadschools.ca

Some examples of community uses or groups in our schools include: • Recreational Sports (unorganized / amateur) • Social Gatherings (birthdays, showers, etc.) • Committee Meetings • Theatre or Musical Groups (rehearsals, recitals, concerts, etc.) • Exercise (Yoga, Pilates, Zumba, etc.) • Charity Fundraising • Union Meetings • Youth Group Meetings

For more information, please contact us at: Telephone: (807) 625-5217 Email: cu_officer@lakeheadschools.ca Website: permits.lakeheadschools.ca

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COMMUNITY USE OF SCHOOLS

The Ministry of Education has recognized that our schools are community hubs where all people can gather to learn and participate in a range of activities offered by community organizations or individuals.

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Access to School Space & Facilities

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INDEX

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 .............93–95 Aquatic Fitness Programs............89 Birthday Parties ...........................83 Child & Youth Aquatic Programs......................85 Diving Club .................................90 Learn to Swim .............................86 Lifesaving Programs....................88 Memberships ...............................82 PA Day Camps.............................92 Personal Fitness Coaching...........96 Private Lessons ............................87 Recreational Swim Schedule .......84 Registration Procedure ................81 User Policy ..................................84 Youth Programs ...........................91

Children & Youth Neighbourhood Recreation Program ...............................47–48 PROKids ................................56–57 Summer Jobs ...............................55 Youth Move ...........................49–50 Older Adults 55 Plus Centres ......................69–80 Community Centres...............58–68

CITY OF THUNDER BAY

Community Interest Community Centres...............58–68 Inclusion Services..................52–53 Outdoor Skating Rinks ................54 P.A.L Card ...................................51 Winter Fun Days..........................55

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Community Aquatics Aquatic Family ............................99 Birthday Parties .........................104 Childrens Aquatic Programs......100 Fitness Programs .......................103 General Information ....................81 Leadership Schedule..................102 Recreational Swim Schedule .....104 Swimming Lessons....................101

To Register Call Now! 625-8463


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

www.thunderbay.ca/recreation

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

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

St.c Margaret School

St. Thomas School

3:15c-c6:15pm Jan 7 - June 18, 2020

3:30 - 6:30pm Jan 7 - June 18, 2020

3:15 - 6:15pm Jan 7 - June 18, 2020

Tuesdays: 420989 Wednesdays: 420990 Thursdays: 420991 2:15 - 3:15pm supervision is provided by school staff

Tuesdays: 420992 Wednesdays:420993 Thursdays: 420994 Please use side entrance for pick-up

Tuesdays: 420995 Wednesdays: 420996 Thursdays: 420997 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.

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For Program information call 625-2954 | nrp@thunderbay.ca or visit thunderbay.ca under Recreation/Children and Youth City of Thunder Bay Children's Programs

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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, if our Participant Information Forms and registration is full. You will Participant Handbooks will bec S I T E S & T I M E S at time of registration. be contacted if space opens 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: Jan 7, 2020 SESSION ENDS: June 18, 2020

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.

Registration for September 2020 will open on Aug 10, 2020. 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.

For Program information call 625-2954 | nrp@thunderbay.ca or visit thunderbay.ca under Recreation/Children and Youth City of Thunder Bay Children's Programs

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YOUTH MOVE

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Youth Move is for anyone between the ages of 12 and 18 looking for a place to hangout, meet some new friends and engage in fun activities! This program offers both drop-in sites and registered special events for youth.

Winter 2020 Drop-In Sites KINSMEN:

Mon – Fri 3:30pm - 9:00pm & Sat 1pm – 5pm

MARY JL BLACK: Mon/Wed/Fri 4pm – 8pm EVERGREEN:

Mon 5:30pm-8:30pm & Tues/Thurs 6pm – 8pm

CANADA GAMES COMPLEX:

Thurs 7pm-9pm

Drop-In

NEW THIS WINTER: WORKSHOP SATURDAYS @ KINSMEN New skill-building workshop Saturdays during drop-in; learn new skills, build your confidence and get involved!

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Drop in for food, gaming, social atmosphere, board games and much more. No Registration Necessary.

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Special Events

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Looking for something fun to try this winter? Join us at our registered special events! To register for any of our special events please call 625-8463.

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COST

SKATING @ KINSMEN

Sat Jan 11

420748

Kinsmen Centre Rink - 1pm - 5pm

FREE

THUNDERWOLVES HOCKEY GAME

Fri Jan 17

420749

Fort William Gardens - 7pm-9pm

$5

PIZZA & POOL PARTY

Sat Jan 25

420750

Canada Games Complex - 1pm-4pm

$5

CROSS COUNTRY SKIING @ KAMVIEW

Sat Feb 1

420751

Bus from Kinsmen to Kamview Nordic Trails - 1pm-4:30pm

$10

DODGEBALL TOURNAMENT

Sat Feb 8

420752

Kinsmen Centre 1pm-5pm

TUBING

Sat Feb 15

420753

Bus from Kinsmen to Loch Lomand Ski Hill 1pm - 4:30pm

$5

ARCHERY

Thurs Feb 27

420754

Lakehead Archers 7pm-9pm

$5

ESCAPE ROOM

Sat Mar 7

420755

Countdown Escape Rooms 6pm - 8pm

$10

ROCK CLIMBING

Sat Mar 14

420756

Boulder Bear Climbing Centre 1pm-4pm

$10

VACATION PARTY

Fri Mar 20

420757

Kinsmen Centre 4pm-9pm

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PAL CARD

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Personal Attendant for Leisure Card

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

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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.

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

JIS STAFF FACILITATE THE INCLUSION OF CHILDREN (5-12) AND YOUTH (12-18) WHO HAVE DISABILITIES WITHIN THE RECREATION & CULTURE DIVISION'S PROGRAMS.

QUICK FACTS Meet people, be physically active, try a new skill & have fun with JIS! JIS support is free. Fall / Winter / Spring up to 20 hrs and Summer up to 40 hrs of support. A Participant Intake Form is required for each participant (thunderbay.ca/jis)

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Join our Support Request List each season if you are interested in support. Support must be scheduled prior to program registration. Support is scheduled based on participant need and staff availability. WINTER 2020 Support Request List Open - Nov 4 Program Registration Begins - Dec 9

SUPPORT REQUEST LIST email: jis@thunderbay.ca call: 625-3220

SPRING 2020 PROGRAM REGISTRATION Support Request List Open - Jan 20 hotline: (807) 625-8463 Program Registration Begins - Feb 17 FOR MORE INFORMATION call: 625-3220 email: jis@thunderbay.ca


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INCLUSION SERVICES

SUPPORT REQUEST LIST THE SEASONAL SUPPORT REQUEST LIST IS USED TO COORDINATE AND SCHEDULE SUPPORT FOR CHILDREN & YOUTH IN RECREATION & CULTURE DIVISION PROGRAMS. Support is scheduled based on the Request List, participant need and staffing. Fall / Winter / Spring up to 20 hrs and Summer up to 40 hrs of support. Join our Support Request List each season if you are interested in support.

Joining the Support Request List do NOT guarantee support. WINTER 2020 Support Request List Open - Nov 4 Program Registration Begins - Dec 9

TO JOIN THE SUPPORT REQUEST LIST email: jis@thunderbay.ca call: (807) 625-3220

SPRING 2020 Support Request List Open - Jan 20 Program Registration Begins - Feb 17

TO REGISTER FOR A PROGRAM hotline: (807) 625-8463 registration opens at 8:30am

SUMMER 2020 Support Request List Open - April 6 Program Registration Begins - May 4

FOR MORE INFORMATION email: jis@thunderbay.ca call: (807) 625-3220

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Support must be scheduled prior to registering in the program.

FALL 2020 Support Request List Open - Nov 9 Program Registration Begins - Dec 7

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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 each month at 1:00 pm (except in the summer) at the centre.

Volunteers Volunteers are essential to your 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.

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• Walleye Dinners: Mar. 1 & Apr. 26 from 4:00 to 6:00 pm. Includes homemade fries, coleslaw, dessert, coffee and tea for $16 each. Children’s menu and take out available. • Breakfast: Sunday, Jan. 12 & Mar. 8 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. Includes pancake, sausages, hash brown, scrambled eggs, tea & coffee for $12 each.

Fundraising Campaigns • Meat Bingos: Jan. 12 & Feb. 2. Cards are .50 each with early birds beginning at 6:30 pm for 5 games of 1 line or 4 corners. Regular games of 1 line or 4 corners, start at 7:00 pm. Chips and Dabber. Concession is Open.

Programs • Quilting & Crafting Group: Mondays, 1:00 to 4:00 pm. No formal instruction. Come out and sew your quilts & finish crafting projects with others. Fee $4, drop in. Call 683-8451 for more info. • Parents & Tots: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays (except the 1st Tuesday of the month), 9:30 to 11:15 am. Moms & Dads, tired of only having a baby to talk to in the morning? Bring your children out to play with other kids. Fee is $4 per child and 50 cents each additional child. Daily activities, free play. Juice is provided. Call the centre at 683-8451 for more information.

• Fitness Class: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 1:30 to 2:30 pm. Cardio salsa dance moves with weights and stretching. Also cardio circuits using step, balls, tubes & weights. Please bring own weights. Instructor: Lisa Guerts 472-7676, drop-in fee $7. • CRRA 55 Plus Crib: Wednesdays, 12:30 to 3:00 pm. Come and play crib, enjoy time with your friends or make new friends. Kay Wieser got a 29 hand! Everyone is welcome! Play 3 games, break for coffee and dessert and then play 3 more games. • Ballroom Dancing/Social Style Beginner/Intermediate: Tuesdays, 7:00 to 9:00 pm, starting Jan. 7 for 10 weeks at $70 per couple. 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 768-9102 or 345-0565 for information. • Zumba Fitness Classes: Wednesdays, 6:00 to 7:00 pm. Instructed by Lisa Guerts. Call Lisa at 472-7676 for more info. Register early! • VON Canada – Seniors Exercise and Falls Prevention Program: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 1:00 to 1:30 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 344-0012 for more information. • VON Foot Care: 1st & 2nd Wednesday of every month, 9:00 am to 12:00 noon. Includes nail trimming, corn & callus care. Registered Nurses with advanced foot care certificates provide this medical service. Call 1-888-866-9871 to book your appointment. • Isshin Ryu Karate with Dinah Jung: Children’s Classes – Mondays, 6:00 to 7:00 pm (Adv. 6:00 to 7:30 pm). Teen/Adult Classes – Mondays, 7:00 to 8:30 pm & Wednesdays, 7:00 to 8:00 pm. The Club teaches Isshin Ryu Karate which uses natural body mechanics and natural stances to make a highly effective self-defense style. For more information, call Sensei Dinah Jung at 768-7930.

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


• Beginner Quilting Class (4 week class): Saturdays, 9:00 am to 12:00 pm, starting Jan. 11 for 4 weeks at $80 per person. Will begin with a simple 3 colour rail fence block which will be made into a 36” x 48” quilt. Cutting, sewing, assembling, quilting and binding will be covered in class and other techniques as time allows. For more information, contact Nelly at 4735646 or email nreedhead@shaw.ca. Register at the community centre prior to class. • Crocheted Dream Catchers Workshop: Monday, Jan. 20, 12:00 to 4:00 pm. The doily is supplied already attached to a wood hoop. You have to choose from an array of trims. Bring nothing but your imag-

ination. $50 per person. Register at the community centre. • Nature Wind Chime or Mobile Workshop: Monday, Feb. 3, 12:00 to 4:00 pm. All supplies including your wood piece and a selection of shells, beads and crystals are provided for you to choose from. $50 per person. Register at the community centre. • Gemstone Jewelry Workshop: Monday, Feb. 10, 12:00 to 4:00 pm. You don’t have to know how to make jewelry to create either a beautiful genuine gemstone necklace or bracelet and earring set. Everything is included from jade, tiger eye and many other gemstones, handmade glass, wood, bone and crystals. $50 per person. Register at the community centre.

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

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

Thunder Bay Weavers and Spinners Guild

If you are looking for space to run regularly scheduled, ongoing programming, call 625-2304 for more information. User groups must provide proof of general liability insurance.

The Guild holds meetings at 7:00 pm on the 4th Monday of every month. For more information, email tbwsguild@gmail.com or call Aletha at 708-0228 (cell) or Colleen Laughton at 627-8109 (cell). Visit us on Facebook.

Recreation Discovery 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 snowshoeing, tobogganing, ice skating, indoor sports and more! Contact Earle at Avenue II (346-3336) to register.

VON Canada Mondays, 2:00 – 2:30 pm & Thursdays, 12:00 – 12:30 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.

Open Country and Western Dancing Wednesdays, 8:00 – 10:00 pm. For more information, please call Chris Goodheart at 767-2365.

Square Dance Thursdays, 8:00 – 10:00 pm. For more information, call Rick and Brenda Wright at 623-0369.

Pilates & Dance with Lynda DePiero Pilates Matwork (Mondays, 5:30 pm), Adult Tap – Beginners (Monday, 4:00 pm), Adult Tap – Intermediate (Wednesdays, 4:30 pm), Irish Celtic Dance – Advanced (Wednesdays, 5:45 pm) & Irish Celtic Dance – Beginners (Wednesdays, 6:45 pm). Classes start the week of Monday, January 6th. Contact Lynda at 767-4942 or email bldipper@tbaytel.net.

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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.

Mindfulness Based Children’s PD Day Camp For more information, email littleyogisthunderbay@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 the kitchen. Cost: Half Day $100, Full Day - $170, Liquor Functions - Rental fee + $50 extra. Sound system ($25) & projector with 120” screen ($50) also available. User’s liability insurance required for all functions. North End offers insurance for non-alcoholic functions at a reasonable rate. To book a rental or for information, call Beatrice at 343-2920.

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.

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Programs:

• TOPS: Wednesdays, weigh-in at 11:30 am. Contact Rose Marie Shandruk at 577-5924 or Sue Gallo at 345-8447 for more information. • 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. Dance Classes with Barrie & Sandy Rooks: All classes are relaxed, casual, good exercise and done at the speed of the class with a review each week. To get more information and to register, please email bgrmail5@gmail.com or phone 473-1922. You must register before starting date. Ballroom and Latin Line Dance – Tuesdays, 1:30 – 2:30 pm, starting Jan. 21st for 8 weeks at $25 per person. No partner needed. Ballroom Dance (Beginners) – Sundays, 7:00 – 8:30 pm, starting Jan. 19th for 8 weeks at $75 per couple. Learn to ballroom dance in a social style suited to Thunder Bay’s dance floors. It is easy! Ballroom Dance (Intermediate) – Sundays, 8:30 – 10:00 pm, starting Jan. 19th for 8 weeks at $75 per couple. Now that you have the basic steps, you’ll learn the more advanced steps in Fox Trot, Tango, Cha-Cha, Rumba, Swing, Waltz, Samba, Hustle, Night Club 2 Step, or pattern dances. In each session, we teach 3 or 4 dance routines.

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• 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. Jan. 17th & Feb. 21st – A favourite children’s movie is shown each month. Admission $2.00. Doors and canteen open at 6:00 pm. Showtime is 6:45 pm. Home time is 8:30 pm. Bring your friends and family for a fun night out!

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• Cooking Class (ages 8 – 12). Mondays or Thursdays once a month from January to April, 4:00 – 6:00 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 cost for all 4 classes is $30. Class size is limited, so please register early by calling Beatrice at 3432920. • FREE Hot Chocolate Nights. Every Wednesday night, free hot chocolate and skating to outdoor music.

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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!

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

FAMILY FUN NIGHTS! Jan. 10. Feb. 14, Mar. 13, 5:30—8:30 Games, crafts, movies, snacks! Check our Facebook page or website or call the office for details! Winter Carnival Fri. Feb. 14 & Sat. Feb. 15 –Check our Facebook page or website for details. Meat Bingos Jan. 26, Feb. 23, Mar. 29—Win food items and gift cards! All proceeds support our programs! Doors open at 5 pm. Must be 18 years or older to play.

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 selfesteem and develop mental health awareness and more! For pricing, information and registration visit: https:// www.girlguides.ca/web/GGC and click on “Join Us”.

CARD & BOARD GAMES

(Programs supported by the Government of Ontario) Games Café Mon. 2:00—4:00 pm, Why stay at home twiddling your thumbs? Join us for an afternoon of board games, card games (including cribbage!) and puzzles! Fun, fellowship and light refreshments are served up in our cozy Pioneer Room! Drop-in Fee: $3 (Volunteers needed to help with this program) Cribbage Every Tues. 7:00—9:30 pm This timeless card game is guaranteed to keep your mind alert! Join our friendly group of cribbage players for some fun, friendship and yummy snacks! Everyone is welcome! Drop-in Fee: $3

PHYSICAL FITNESS AND WELLNESS Daytime Registered Programs

(Programs supported by the Government of Ontario) Tai Chi and Qigong: (Instructor: Peng You) Tues.1:00 pm—2:00 pm Jan. 7— Mar. 24 (12 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 Jan. 22—Mar. 11 (8 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 Jan. 8—Mar. 27 (14 weeks), Cost: $100 This gentle yoga program is designed to help improve your strength and flexibility, leaving you feeling centred and invigorated.

Daytime Drop-In Programs Pickleball (Program supported by the Government of Ontario) Mon., Wed. & Fridays 10:00 am—12:00 pm A combination tennis, ping-pong, badminton and FUN! Drop-in Fee: $2 NorMac Seniors (50+) Thurs. 10:00 am —12:00 pm, This lively group opens with a VON falls prevention fitness program, then a few more gentle exercises and ends with social time and refreshments! We’ve been meeting for 32 years—and still going strong! Come out and join in the fun! Drop-in Fee: $2

Evening Registered Programs Hatha Yoga Mondays 6:30—7:30 pm Session 1: Jan. 6—Feb. 10 (6weeks) Session 2: Feb. 24—Mar 30 (6 weeks) Karen Eberhardt’s gentle Hatha Yoga Program will awaken your inner strength, expand your awareness and bring an experience of increased peace and well being. Cost: $75/ session Drop-ins welcome ($14). (Appropriate for older adults too!) Low Impact Aerobics (Program supported by the Government of Ontario) Tues.& Thurs. 6:30—7:30 pm Jan. 7—Mar 19 (11 weeks) Cost: $110, Minimum 6 participants. Join Dana Heinrich for this low-impact aerobics program. It is a great workout that is less hard on your body, especially your joints. You’ll have a heart-pumping workout as you move your whole body to some of your favourite tunes! Exercises can be modified to meet your ability. No equipment required.

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Office Hours: Tues.-Thurs. 11:00 am– 4:30 pm, Fri. 11:00 am-1:00 pm Or by appointment.

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“Your Family… Our Community!”

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Just 5 scenic minutes past County Fair Mall!

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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 “Your Family… Our Community!” ARTS & CRAFTS

COURSES & WORKSHOPS

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Daytime Registered Programs

Downsizing Without Distress Series Wed. 6:30-8:30 pm Jan. 22 & Feb. 5, Mar. 4 Cost: $25 per session, Minimum 5 Participants Is your home filled with “stuff” that you don’t use and don’t need, but for some reason you just can’t part with? Will you be leaving your loved ones with a mess of stuff they won’t know what to do with? In this 3– part series, Fiona Robinson, Life Coach and owner at Blissful Living explores blocks and beliefs that may be preventing you from getting rid of unwanted clutter. Get practical solutions and strategies to clear your mind and your space!

Willow Springs Crafts Mondays 10:00 am—12:00 pm, Cost $45/class (includes materials) Minimum 6 participants, Maximum 10 participants for each workshop. Cost: $45/session, includes materials. Mon Jan. 20—Winter Landscape Watercolour: Participants will design and paint their own winter landscape including rolling hills of snow, trees, sky and fence posts. Artwork will be framed for taking home. Mon. Feb. 10—Print Making (Cards) Using two different techniques (Lino block and foam), brayers and printing ink, participants will create several different handprinted cards perfect for gift giving or framing Mon. Mar 9—Needle Felted Bird: Using the wet felting technique along with needle felting, each participant will craft a beautiful bird of their choosing. Introduction to Wood Carving Tues. 10:00 am—12:00 pm, Cost: $20 per session (Materials and equipment extra) Session 1: Jan. 7—Feb. 11 (6 weeks) Session 2: Feb. 18—Mar. 24 (6 weeks) Discover the fine art of wood carving in this introductory program. Please bring a sharp knife or pocket knife with a lockable blade for your first session.

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Daytime Drop-In Programs Crafting Corner Tues. 2:00—4:00 pm 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 skills as well as some fun and laughs over a cup of tea or coffee! Watch our Facebook page or website for special instructional days! Drop-in Fee: $2

Infinite Possibility Series Wed. 6:30-8:30 pm Jan. 29, Feb. 12 and Feb. 26 Cost: $80 for the series. Minimum 5 participants. This 3-part series led by Certified Infinite Possibilities Trainer and Coach Maggie Holbik will help you identify limiting beliefs that may be holding you back from creating and living the life you desire. Each week you’ll explore different topics that will provide you with insights, tools and resources for replacing limiting beliefs —you’ll walk away armed and inspired to live a life full of possibilities! Session 1: Thoughts Become Things/Beliefs Session 2: Emotions/Action Session 3: Faith and the Magical Universe (non-religious)/ The Meaning of Life

Evening Registered Programs Willow Springs Crafts Wednesdays (times below), Minimum 6 participants, Maximum 10 participants for each workshop. Cost: $45/session, includes materials. Jan. 15, 6:30-8:30 pm—Rustic Pizza Making: Learn to make your own pizza dough using local flour, your own pizza sauce and pesto, create a delicious large pizza to take home, share a pizza dinner, including a tasty dessert pizza! Feb. 19, 6:00-9:00 pm—Rustic Bread Making: Learn to make three different types of homemade bread (honey oat, focaccia and sweet stuffed bread) using local flour. Enjoy a dinner made with the fresh baked bread. Mar. 25, 6:30-8:30 pm—Acrylic Dot Mandala: Using a combination of dotting tools and acrylic paint, participants will design and create beautiful, intricate and soothing mandala designs on small and large stones.

Evening Drop-in Programs

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Session 1: Introduction to Downsizing Session 2: Clearing the Closets Session 3: Getting Serious About Photos, Knickknacks and Gadgets

Quilting Every Thurs. 5:00—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. Watch our Facebook page or website for special instructional afternoon programs! Drop-in Fee: $5

BOOKS & MOVIES Mind, Body, Spirit Book Club: (meets 1x/month) Mon. 10:00 am—12:00 pm Jan. 6, Feb. 3, Mar. 2 Make new friends and have meaningful conversations as we discuss books that explore topics and ideas ranging from self-help, personal development and more! Drop-in Fee: $2 includes light refreshments. Silver Cinema Fri. 2:00—4:00 pm Jan. 17, Jan. 31, Feb. 7, Feb. 21, Mar. 6, Mar. 20 Stroll down memory lane with classic films from the silver screen! Favourites from the 40s to the 70s! Film lineup TBA. Call us at 767-1400 for details. Drop-in Fee: $3 (film only) or $5 includes popcorn and beverage. Ladies Auxiliary/Perogy-Making Wednesdays 9:30 am—12:00 pm Join our ladies to pinch our famous cheddar cheese perogies! Coffee, laughs and a lot of fun await. Cost: Free! For information on how to purchase our perogies, call 767-1400


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

General Meetings February 6 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.

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 also have Wi-Fi. 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!

PROGRAMS

Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9:30 – 10:30 am, January 7 – March 12. Stretch and move your body through a series of postures and routines and relax your body & mind. Fee $45.

Northern Images Art Club

COMMUNITY CENTRES

Morning Stretch & Relaxation

Tuesdays, 7:00 – 10:00 pm, January 7 – March 10. 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 $25.00. Drop-ins welcome.

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

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

Skating A supervisor will be monitoring the rinks on evenings and weekends. Our outdoor rinks will be open the latter part of December or early January, weather permitting.

74th Annual

Registration Monday, December 9 to Monday, January 6. Call the office at 345-9531 during office hours. NOTE: Registration MUST be paid before classes start.

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Oliver Road Dance Classes Mondays, 7:00 – 9:00 pm, January 6 to March 9. If you have never taken dance 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 7689102/345-0565 or email fcartwri@tbayitel.net. Fee $70.

February 22nd & 23rd Come join us!

563 Oliver Road • Phone: 345-9531

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South Neebing Community Centre 1841 Mountain Rd. 475â&#x20AC;&#x201C;4622 southneebingcentre@gmail.com Hall Rentals

Fitness Classes

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 at southneebingcentre@gmail.com.

Mondays and Wednesdays 6:30-7:30 p.m. Starts January 13 and 15 Drop Ins welcome! A total workout, combining all elements of fitness while having fun! Visit our website for more details Email the centre or contact Linda at 621-9060 to register

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.

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Radiant Yoga with Colleen Classes are held Thursdays, 6:00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 7:30 pm. $120 for 10 weeks. Drop-ins are welcome $14! For more information, contact Colleen at 621-9630 or email radiantyoga.colleen@gmail.com or visit her website at www.radiantyogawithcolleen.com.

Mountain Judo Please contact Kerry at 474-1601 or kerryconlon@gmail.com for more information.

Playgroup Every Wednesday from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Ages 0-4 Join us in our active playspace!

Snowshoe Club Every 3rd Sunday of the month Starting January 19th at 2 p.m. Enjoy the fresh air and get back to nature! Everyone welcome to join us as we expolore the south neebing area.

We would love to hear from you... any suggestions on programs or events you would like to see for your community centre??

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

Visit us online at : www.southneebingcc.ca Visit us on Facebook at southneebingcc

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Rentals If you are looking for space to run regularly scheduled, ongoing programming, call 625-2304 for more information. User groups must provide proof of general liability insurance. Thunder Bay Boys & Girls Club – After School Program Monday to Friday, 2:45 – 5:30 pm & Monday to Thursday 6:30 – 8:00 pm – For more information, please visit the website www.tbayboysandgirlsclub.org or call 623-0354. Youth Peer Mentoring Program Last Saturday of every month, doors open at 3:30 pm – 9:00 pm – Come and join the Regional Multicultural Youth Council (RMYC) at Vale Community Centre. All youth 8 to 18 years old invited to participate in Girl Power & Band of Brothers activities to have fun, learn healthy lifestyles and

develop leadership skills. Contact the Multicultural Youth Centre at 622-4666 for more information. Games and Conversation Drop In Mondays, 1:00 – 3:00 pm – Join old friends and make new ones over some cards, board games and conversations. Free program! Some games provided but feel free to bring your own. Call Violet at 684-2273 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 Shandruk at 577-5924 or rmshandruk@tbaytel.net for more information.

COMMUNITY CENTRES

Unfortunately, we are not able to offer one-time rentals for birthday parties, meetings, showers, etc. at this centre.

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Vale Community Centre

Vale 55 Plus Wednesdays, 1:00 – 3:00 pm. Afternoon tea at 2:30 pm. New members welcome! Join the fellowship and meet your neighbours! Call Pat for more information at 577-3004

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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20 Vale Ave. • Phone 625-2304

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

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Vickers Heights Community Centre Vickers Heights Community Centre 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” 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



REGULAR PROGRAMMING (shaded items are not weekly)  Monday 

 

 

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

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1 pm Leila 577-8596 Board Meeting





Carmela or Armin 473-4875 adelrosa@tbaytel.net

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm Leila 577-8596

2019 - 2020

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

Sunday, February 2, 2020

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 10 am - 12:30 pm. Call Julie to volunteer 476-5971.

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Every Thursday starting January 9 . $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.

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January 22, 2020

Thursday  SSocial, i l BBallroom ll Swing S i & Latin Dancing

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

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

 Bluegrass & Old Tyme Music Jam 7 pm - 10 pm

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COMMUNITY CENTRES Hall Rentals Looking for a place to have an anniversary party, baby shower, birthday party (any age), bridal shower, family reunion, luncheon, celebration of life, meetings of any size, or workshops. We have a large hall as well as smaller meeting rooms available. Call 577-6661 for more Information. Cribbage Join our social cribbage group every Wednesday night from 7:30-10 pm. Call Wayne at 473-5703 for more info.

Follow us on Social Media

● 577-6661 ● westarthur@tbaytel.net

Table Tennis

Join this fun, active group for table tennis on Thursday & Friday evenings from 7-9 pm. Cost is $5 for 2 nights. Call John at 6222401 for more info. Carpet Bowling If you would like to limber up and meet some social and active seniors, come join us on Thursdays from 1:30-3:30 pm. Cost $2 drop in fee. Call 577-6661 for info

Pilates Diminish hip, neck and shoulder pain or sculpt your body by learning the art of Pilates. Every Monday & Thursday at 5:30pm (except holidays). Cost: $12 drop ins or 12 classes for $132 Call Jeanie at 707-3651 for more info.

Square Dancing Learn modern square dancing and get fit while having fun! Every Monday from 7:30-9:30 pm. Round Dancing Learn how to Round Dance! Saturday mornings from 9:30-11:30 am. Couples only please. Cost $5 per person. Call 356-4881 for info.

Ballroom Dance Classes for Beginners & Intermediate Have fun and make new friends! Classes are relaxed, casual, and great exercise. Classes begin January 21 Beginner Class Intermediate Class Tuesdays (8 weeks) Tuesdays (8 Weeks) 8:30-10PM 7-8:30pm $75 per couple $75 per couple Contact 473-1922 or email bgrmail5@gmail.com for info You must register before classes begin.

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Regular programming for winter session begins the week of jan. 6/20

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Senior stretch & exercise program Monday, Thursday 12:00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 12:30 Foot Care Clinic 3rd Friday Call 1-888-866-9871

Mondays & Thursdays 7 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 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 ProKids spots available

EUCHRE Tuesdays, 1 pm Sept. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; May 2020 $4 Drop-in

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DISKING Tuesdays , 9:30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11:30 am Sept. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; May 2020 $4 Drop-in

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

Tuesday Breakfast 9:30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11:30 Tuesday Plated Lunch 11:30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1:00 Thursday Breakfast 9:30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1:00 Friday Lunch 11:30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1:00

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

THE ULTIMATE ZUMBA EXPERIENCE ZUMBA® TONING First class starts Jan 9, 2020 Thursdays, 5:30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 6:30 pm $50 for 10 week session or $6 Drop-in Instructor: Sharon Smith-Baxter ZUMBA® FITNESS First class starts Jan 8, 2020 Wednesdays, 5:30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 6:30 pm $50 for 10 week session or Drop-in $6 Instructor: Sharon Smith-Baxter

Radiant Yoga with Colleen Classes start Mon. Jan. 6, 2020 Mondays and Wednesdays 9:30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11 am $200 for 10 weeks or $11 Drop-in

CHAIR YOGA Starts Jan. 10 Fridays, 10:30 11:30 am $70 for 10 weeks or $8 Drop-in

BEGINNER, BEGINNER BEGINNER YOGA First class starts Jan. 11, 2020 Saturdays, 9:30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11:00 am $100 for 10 weeks or $11 Drop-in

Special Events Christmas Craft Sale â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Dec. 6 & 7 Indoor Vendors Market â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Feb. 29

Christmas Dinner â&#x20AC;&#x201C; TBD Movie Day â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Jan. 26


Thunder Bay 55 Plus Centres WINTER SESSION OF REGISTERED PROGRAMS For more information call 684-3066 To register call the Hotline 625-8463

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THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE

T H U N D E R B AY

Travelling or out of town, call toll free 1-844-288-4700 to register

55 Plus Registration starts on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4 @ 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.

RECREATION & CULTURE

The Winter Session begins on Monday, January 6, and runs for 10 weeks, unless otherwise stated. No classes on Monday, February 17 (Centre Closed)

We look forward to seeing you this Winter

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

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Thunder Bay 55 Plus Support Service Programs Friendly Visiting Program The program connects a volunteer with a senior who resides in their own home. The match is based on mutual interest, and if possible, residing within the same neighbourhood. The volunteer visits in person to provide friendship and support

Telephone Assurance Program Provides telephone friendship for socialization and security. Volunteers call on a regular basis; either daily or weekly.

Walk-A-Bit Program Volunteers accompany a senior for a walk in their neighbourhood.

For more info, please call Twyla or Suzanne at 684-3471 or email tbiluk@thunderbay.ca

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WINTER 2020 REGISTERED PROGRAMS Programs start the week of Monday, January 6, 2020 and run 10 weeks unless otherwise stated. To register by phone using VISA or MasterCard, call the HOTLINE at 625-8463. *All prices include HST*

FITNESS

NO CLASSES ON FEB 17 *All prices include HST ACTIVITY

CODE DAY TIME INSTRUCTOR FEE* 418689 MON & WED 1:30 – 2:30 pm L. Mork-Geurts $100 LOW IMPACT AEROBICS (11 Weeks) A gentle warm-up, 20 minutes of a low impact aerobic cardio workout, use of light hand weights, bands and other equipment. NO PUNCH CARDS.

FUSION FITNESS (11 Weeks) FUSION FITNESS (11 Weeks)

418691 TUE & THU 8:35 – 9:05 am L. Mork-Geurts $55 418692 SAT 12 – 12:45 pm L. Mork-Geurts $35 This 1/2 hour class will fuse all the movements of yoga and Pilates together. You will metabolize and gain muscle in this amped up body resistance workout. Bring your yoga mat, water bottle and grab a chair. All fitness levels welcome.

MORNING ENERGIZER GOLD (11 Weeks) 418693 MON,WED&FRI 8:35 – 9:35 am L. Mork-Geurts MORNING ENERGIZER GOLD (11 Weeks) 418694 MON,WED&FRI 9:40 – 10:40 am L. Mork-Geurts

$125 $125 This class will get you moving with a mixture of cardio, stretching, toning using a variety of equipment. Get moving to some fantastic music and get your morning on track with this great class.

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THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE, 700 RIVER STREET

SIMPLY STRETCHING (11 Weeks) SIMPLY STRETCHING (11 Weeks)

418697 TUES & THURS 9:15 – 10:15 am L. Mork-Geurts $100 418698 SAT 10:30 – 11:30 am L. Mork-Geurts $55 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.

F.I.T. (Functional Interval Training)

418748 THURS 1:15 – 2:15 pm A. Parr $50 BENDER BALL FITNESS This low impact class uses the little ball that does it all! Bender Balls are highly effective for strengthening core muscles, relaxing tight muscles, increasing range of motion, and improving posture & body awareness. All fitness levels welcome. 419239 WED 12:15 – 1:15 pm A. Parr $50 METABOLIC POLE WALKING You will head outdoors when the weather permits. Learn how to train your metabolic system, to utilize fats in the body through a variety of intervals, learn about heart rates, oxygen use and ways to reduce belly fat all while having fun!

ZUMBA GOLD ZUMBA GOLD

419241 TUES 2:15 – 3:15 pm K. Gorst-Vigliarolo $50 419243 SAT 10:30 – 11:30 am K. Gorst-Vigliarolo $50 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!

418699 FRI 11 am – 12 pm L. Mork-Geurts $55 This fitness class is fun and will help you meet your fitness goals. Use a hula hoop as an exercise tool for stretching, strengthening and to help you improve your balance and flexibility. Go back in time and use a hula hoop in a whole new way! Hoop it up with Lisa!

JUST FOR GUYS FITNESS

419245 MON & WED

9 – 10 am

D. Ortgiese

$90

JUST FOR GUYS FITNESS

419246 TUES & THURS 9 – 10 am

D. Ortgiese

$90

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418739 TUE & FRI 1:30 – 2:30 pm A. Parr $90 Learn to work the core, become strong from the inside out. Specific exercises will be taught to strengthen weak muscles, balance alignment and posture. This progressive class will challenge cardio & muscular strength, endurance, and flexibility.

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.

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THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE, 700 RIVER STREET EVENING ENERGIZER

418700 MON & THURS 5:15 – 6:15pm L. Mork Geurts $100 Inject some energy into your Monday evenings! This class will get you moving with a mixture of cardio, stretching, toning using a variety of equipment. Get moving to some fantastic music and get your week on track with this great class.

FUNCTIONALLY FIT FUNCTIONALLY FIT

419247 TUES

419248 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 & light weights are used.

$50

SOLID GOLD FITNESS

419249 MON

$50

10:45 – 11:45am L. Winter

5:15 – 6:15 pm

L. Young

$50

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!

Don’t forget about our “TRY A CLASS ON US” PROMOTION!

All those 55 or better are welcome to try any fitness class 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! ACTIVITY

CODE DAY TIME INSTRUCTOR FEE* 418741 WED 12:15 –1 pm K. Makinen $50 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 FOR BEGINNERS

418743 WED 11 am – 12 pm K. Makinen MEDITATION - ADVANCED 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.

$50

YOGA YOGA EVENING YOGA YOGA

$90

419251 MON & WED

11:00 – 12:00 pm I. Hauta

419252 TUES & FRI 10:30 – 11:30 am I. Hauta $90 419253 MON & WED 6:30 – 7:30 pm I. Hauta $90 3:00 – 4:30 pm I. Hauta $50 419254 SUN Yoga is gentle movement through stretches and postures. This class is designed for those with some previous yoga experience but not necessary. You will expand on previously learned postures. Please note that all positions can be modified to meet participant’s needs.

SIT AND BE FIT SIT AND BE FIT

419293 MON 10:30 – 11:30 am L. Young $50 419294 THURS 11:15 am– 12:15 pm L. Young $50 A seated workout including cardio, rhythmic movement, core exercises and balance utilizing weights, bands, bender balls and more. Come exercise to music and have fun keeping fit!

CHAIR/SEATED YOGA LEVEL 1

418744 TUES

10:15 – 11:15 am K. Makinen

$50

CHAIR/SEATED YOGA LEVEL 1

418745 TUES

11:30 -12:30 pm K. Makinen

$50

CHAIR/SEATED YOGA LEVEL 1 CHAIR/SEATED YOGA LEVEL 2

418746 WED

9:45 - 10:45 am

$50

K. Makinen

418747 FRI 9:30 – 10:30 am K. Makinen $50 Chair Yoga - one hour of stretching, toning, breathing exercises, smiling and laughing. Using the chair, learn basic yoga postures and breathing techniques designed to 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 FEB 24 (4 WEEKS)

KEEP MOVING WITH PARKINSON’S BEGINS JAN 6 (10 WEEKS)

419289 MON & WED 11 –12 pm

K. Gorst-Vigliarolo $60

419290 MON & WED 11 –12 pm

K. Gorst-Vigliarolo $40

419291 FRI

D. Ortgiese

9:45 -10:45 am

$50

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. If not, please call 346-2334

STRENGTH IN MOTION STRENGTH IN MOTION STRENGTH IN MOTION

419255 MON 9:45 – 10:45 am K.Gorst-Vigliarolo $50 419256 WED 9:45 – 10:45 am K.Gorst-Vigliarolo $50 419257 WED 5 – 6 pm K.Gorst-Vigliarolo $50 Join us for an easy-to-follow work out that includes exercises designed to increase flexibility, joint stability, balance, coordination and muscular strength. A chair is used in this work-out for standing and seated support when necessary. NO PUNCH CARDS.

INTRO TO FELDENKRAIS – AWARENESS THROUGH MOVEMENT 419296 FRI

12:15 – 1:15 pm O. Reimer

$50

Involves small easy movement patterns that will help you move with more ease and less pain. Designed for people with pain and movement challenges. Despite the inevitable changes of age, illness and accident, it’s still possible to make improvements. You will be able to improve range of motion, balance, & coordination.

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KEEP MOVING WITH PARKINSON’S BEGINS JAN 6 (6 WEEKS)

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE, 700 RIVER STREET

LATIN LINE DANCING - Beg

419298 THURS 9 – 10 am A. Del Rosario $50 Line dancing isn't just country and western anymore! It's modern, urban sophistication, flowing waltz and night club rhythm and 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.

LATIN LINE DANCING - Int

419311 THURS 10:15 – 11:45 am A. Del Rosario 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.

$60

419589 TUES 5 – 6 pm K. Makinen $50 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.

YOGA FIT – HATHA YOGA

419590 WED & FRI 10:30 – 12:00pm M. Levanto Gleeson $90 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.

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

DAY

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

AQUA EXTRAVAGANZA 420521 MON 1:15 – 2 pm A. Parr (11 WEEKS)

BEGINS JAN 13

LOCATION

FEE*

RECREATION & CULTURE

YOGA ON THE BALL

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!

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THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE, 700 RIVER STREET

TAIJI

*All prices include HST ACTIVITY

CODE

DAY

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

FEE*

ADVANCING TAIJI

419593 TUE & FRI 10:45 – 12 pm O. Reimer $95 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

419598 FRI

11 am – 12 pm

S. Mackenzie

$50

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

QIGONG – 6 FORMS

419596 THURS

12 – 1 pm

S. Mackenzie

$50

Slow, gentle movements done to your own breath speed that helps improve your core strength, concentration, balance and overall health.

TAIJI – 16 Forms

419594 MON & THURS 10:45 –11:45 am O. Reimer

$90

16 Forms is a good progression when you are comfortable with the 8 Forms. We will maintain and improve balance, range of motion and strength, while learning to relax your mind and body so you can move with greater strength and efficiency.

SEATED/STANDING TAI CHI

419599 THURS

2 – 3 pm

B. Cadene

$50

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.

TAIJI - 8 Forms

419602 TUE & FRI

9:30– 10:30 am B. Cadene

$90

An introduction to taiji, combining choreography, body awareness and meditation through movement. Improve and maintain strength, range of motion, co-ordination and balance and have fun doing it.

TAIJI – 24 FORMS

419595 MON & THURS 9 – 10 am

O. Reimer

$90

RECREATION & CULTURE

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, efficiency and pleasure.

VISUAL ARTS ACTIVITY

*All prices include HST CODE

DAY

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

FEE*

419603 MON 9 am – 12 pm G. Zelinski $100 MIXED MEDIA 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.

MECHANICS OF WATERCOLOURS

419604 MON

1 - 4 pm

G. Zelinski

$100

If you ever admired a watercolour painting and wanted to try out this age old art, this class is for you! The aim is to understand various differences of transparent, opaque and staining colours then adapt colours best suited to your style or subject matter.

DRAWING/SKETCHING PEN & INK

419606 WED

9 am – 12 pm

G. Zelinski

$100

DRAWING/SKETCHING PEN & INK

419607 WED

1 – 4 pm

G. Zelinski

$100

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

WATERCOLOURS – BEGINNER (6 WEEKS) 421189 TUES

9:30 – 12:30 pm B. Baker

$75

This class is for beginners only! It 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.

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CODE

DATE

421191 THURS

TIME 9:30 – 12:30 pm

INSTRUCTOR FEE* B. Baker

$85

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. WATERCOLOURS – ADVANCED (7 WEEKS)

421192 THURS

1 – 4 pm

B. Baker

$85

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.

WORKSHOPS – THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS 700 River Street - 684-3066 WORKSHOP TITLE

CODE

DATE

TIME

INSTRUCTOR FEE*

GREETING CARDS GREETING CARDS GREETING CARDS

419641 WED, JAN 22 1 – 4:30 pm P. Llyod 419642 WED, FEB 12 1 – 4:30 pm P. Llyod 419643 WED, MAR 11 1 – 4:30 pm P. Llyod This workshop is suitable for the beginner as well as more accomplished card makers. You will create 3-4 cards and learn different processes and techniques in designing your cards. Please bring a pair of scissors, all other supplies provided.

KNITTING - COWL, SCARF OR HAT (Begins Jan 14)

419639

TUE (3 WEEKS)

1 – 4 pm

M. Duncan

$25 $25 $25

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WORKSHOP TITLE WATERCOLOURS – INTERMEDIATE

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE, 700 RIVER STREET

$65

This workshop is for the intermediate knitter. You learn to work with 2 colours at the same time and will make either a cowl, scarf or hat.

KNITTING – ASYMMETRICAL SHAWL (Begins Feb 11)

419640

TUE (3 WEEKS)

1 – 4 pm

M. Duncan

$65

419849 FRIDAY, JAN 31 12 – 4 -pm The Creative $41 WELCOME SIGNS Create a beautiful welcome sign, step by step with The Creative instructor Fab. There will be a variety of colours to choose from to make your own unique and custom sign to take home.

SLEEPING GIANT PAINTING

419840

FRIDAY, FEB 21

12 – 4 -pm

The Creative

$42

Join local artist Steve Gerow from The Creative to create your very own unique painting of the iconic Sleeping Giant. Together you will learn step by step, in the colours of your choosing making your own beautiful piece to take home.

GEAR UP FOR GOLF

419250 SAT, FEB 1 1:30 – 3:30pm A. Parr $20 Golf lovers! Are you going south of the boarder to get some early golfing in? This is the workshop for you. We will look at injury specific training, and strengthen muscles that need to be trained. Will learn good posture, technique and form through balanced exercises specific for the game of golf. CREATIVE GEMSTONE JEWELRY 418839 FRIDAY, JAN 17 12 – 4 pm C. Hill $50 Create a beautiful genuine gemstone necklace, bracelet or earrings from jade, quartz, tiger eye and many other gems, handmade glass, wood bone and crystals. All supplies included.

OCEAN INSPIRED JEWELRY

418840

TUESDAY, FEB 4

12 – 4 pm

C. Hill

RECREATION & CULTURE

This 3 week workshop will teach you how to knit a shawl and is suitable for beginners.

$50

Create beautiful beach inspired jewelry made from beach glass, cultured pearls, shells, turquoise and other materials, all included. 418841 FRIDAY, MAR 6 12 – 4 pm C. Hill $50 NATURES WILD CHIME Make a beautiful chime for your garden with wood, shells, beads and crystals, most of which have been handpicked on the beaches of Mexico! All supplies included.

MEMOIR MADE EASY (6 Weeks

421339 SAT. JAN 11 9:30 am – 12 pm D. Colby $50 Make a beautiful chime for your garden with wood, shells, beads and crystals, most of which have been handpicked on the beaches of Mexico! All supplies included.

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THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE, 700 RIVER STREET

GENERAL INTEREST

*All prices include HST

ACTIVITY

CODE DAY TIME 1 – 2 pm GUITAR LESSONS – GREEN GROUP 420062 WED You must have your own guitar to participate. Must have taken Beginner 1 in the fall session

GUITAR LESSONS – BEGINNERS

420056 WED

INSTRUCTOR T. O’Brien

FEE* $120

9:30am–10:30am T. O’Brien

$120

11 am – 12 pm T. O’Brien GUITAR LESSONS – PURPLE GROUP 420051 TUE Continuation of the Fall lessons, guitar and music stand necessary. Will finish book 2 and musical arrangements

$120

GUITAR LESSONS – BLUE GROUP

Continuation of the Fall lessons, guitar and music stand necessary. Continuing with book 1

420061 WED Continuation of the Fall lessons, guitar and music stand necessary.

11 am – 12 pm

T. O’Brien

$120

GUITAR LESSONS – RED GROUP

9:30 – 10:30 am T. O’Brien

$120

419664 TUE

Continuation of the Fall lessons, guitar and music stand necessary.

CRIBBAGE LESSONS (Begins Jan 6)

419989 MON (6 WEEKS) 1 – 3 pm

C. Snow

$40

C. Snow

$20

Learn to play the game of Cribbage with our experienced instructors. Must have good math skills to play crib.

WHIST LESSONS FOR BEGINNERS (Begins Jan 22)

420949 WED (4 WEEKS) 1:30 – 3:30 pm

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.

RECREATION & CULTURE

AFRICAN STYLE HAND DRUMMING (Begins Jan 13 ) AFRICAN STYLE HAND DRUMMING (Begins Feb 24)

420950 MON (4 WEEKS) 11 am – 12:15 pm S. Jesseau

$80

420591 MON (4 WEEKS) 11 am – 12:15 pm S. Jesseau

$80

In these 4 week sessions, you will learn the 3 sounds that provide a foundation for numerous styles of drumming! This is an ideal first instrument with easy movements, large targets and no wrong notes! If you love music you will surprise yourself at this class. The djembe music sounds powerful and uplifting. We will learn complete arrangements with calls, traditional parts, soloing (by Sean) and dynamic endings! NO PUNCH CARDS

MERLIN M4 GUITAR (Begins Jan 14 ) MERLIN M4 GUITAR (Begins Feb 25 )

420953 TUE (4 WEEKS) 11 am – 12 pm

S. Jesseau

$60

420954 TUE (4 WEEKS) 11 am – 12 pm

S. Jesseau

$60

The Canadian made Seagull Merlin or M4 is the world’s easiest guitar! It only has 4 strings, a very thin neck and easy to grasp. If you love the sound of guitar, mandolin, dulcimer or banjo, then this class is for you. NO PUNCH CARDS.

UKULELE FOR BEGINNERS

420489 TUES (8 CLASSES) 9:30 – 10:30 am *All M. Morrow $40 prices include HST Learn to play the Ukulele with our experienced instructor. Must have your own Ukulele.

INTERMEDIATE UKULELE JAMMING TOGETHER

420490 THURS (8 WEEKS) 9:30 – 10:30 am M. Morrow

If you’ve taken the beginner class, then join this next level group to jam together!

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*All prices include HST

ACTIVITY

CODE DAY TIME INSTRUCTOR FEE* $80 420499 TUE (5 WEEKS) 10 am – 12 pm D. Brown $80 420500 WED (5 WEEKS) 10 am – 12 pm D. Brown This class is for individuals that own an APPLE iPad and wish to learn the basics. You will learn about texting, emails, contacts, calendars, taking pictures, apps and so much more. Please bring your Apple ID user name & password.

IPAD BEGINNER (Begins Jan 7) IPAD BEGINNER (Begins Jan 8)

IPAD INTERMEDIATE (Begins Jan 7) IPAD INTERMEDIATE (Begins Jan 8)

D. Brown $80 420506 TUE (5 WEEKS) 1 – 3 pm D. Brown $80 420507 WED (5 WEEKS) 1 – 3 pm This class is best suited for those with some iPad experience. You will learn more in depth editing of photo’s, video’s, panoramic settings, apps, free downloading, split screens, Facetime, copy and pasting items as well as individual likes. With a small class size, you get one on one and group class time. Please know or bring your Apple ID user name & password

IPHONE BEGINNER (Begins Jan 8)

M. Demillo $80 420491 WED (5 WEEKS) 6 – 8 pm 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 and much more.

IPHONE INTERMEDIATE (Begins Feb 19)

J. Laudone 420495 WED (5 WEEKS) 6 – 8 pm For those of you with your own iPhone, who can navigate programs, email and contacts with sufficient ease, try our next steps in Intermediate iPhone This class focuses on making your iPhone work more efficiently for your needs.

COMPUTER WORKSHOPS & CLASSES ACTIVITY

WINDOWS 10 (Begins Jan 7) WINDOWS 10 (Begins Jan 28)

CODE

DAY

$80

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TECH CLASSES – Apple Ipad & Iphone only

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE, 700 RIVER STREET

*All prices include HST TIME

INSTRUCTOR

FEE*

420513 TUES & THURS 9:30 – 11:30 am G. Reguly

$80

420514 TUES & THURS 9:30 – 11:30 am G. Reguly

$80

BASIC ANDROID PHONE (Begins Feb 18)

420517

TUES& THUR (5 CLASSES)

9:30 – 11:30 am G. Reguly

$60

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.

SOCIAL MEDIA FOR SENIORS

420512 FEB 6, 13, & 20

1 – 3 pm

D. Brown

$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.

LEARN YOUR MAC FOR BEGINNERS (Begins Jan 10)

420635

FRI (6 WEEKS)

1 – 3 pm

A. Houstoun

$80

Bring your own laptop or use our Mac desktops (Only 4 spaces available for desktops). This course will cover settings for security and better performance, email, contacts and bookmarks. Setting other accounts, Facetime, photos and more.

INTERMEDIATE MAC (Begins March 6)

420636

FRI (5 WEEKS)

1 – 3:30 pm

A. Houstoun

$80

RECREATION & CULTURE

This class is well suited for beginners or those who are starting to use Windows 10. This class focuses on how to navigate the software changes in Windows 10 and how to optimize the use of your computer.

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.

ADVANCED MAC (Begins Feb 4) (No Class Feb 25)

420637

TUES (6 WEEKS)

1 – 3 pm

A. Houstoun

$80

Bring your own Macbook or use one of our Mac desktops. This class is not for beginners! You will learn how to improve Safari, iTunes, photo’s, system preferences, games, and much more!

APPLICATIONS FOR YOUR MAC (BeginsFeb5) 420956 WED (3 WEEKS)

1 – 3 pm

A. Houstoun

$50

Learn to use specific Mac programs, Pages, Numbers and Keynote to get the most out of your Mac computer!

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PLUS CENTRE

WINTER 2020 REGISTERED PROGRAMS Programs start the week of January 6, 2020 and run for 10 weeks unless stated otherwise. For information about programs listed, please call 625-3135 or to register by phone using VISA or MasterCard Call 625-8463.

FITNESS & WELLNESS ACTIVITY

YOGA FIT - HATHA YOGA

*All prices include HST CODE 419591

DAY THURS

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

FEE*

10:30 -12 pm

M. Gleeson

$65

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.

ZUMBA STRETCH!

419244

FRI

1:30 – 2:30 pm

L. Mork-Geurts

$50

Get in the Groove with this fun Zumba dance class, moves are easy to follow and you won’t even realize you’re working out! Enjoy a nice stretch and cool down at the end of the class.

VISUAL ARTS & WORKSHOPS ACTIVITY

ACRYLIC PAINTING

*All prices include HST

CODE

DAY

420638 FRI

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

FEE*

9 – 12 pm

L. Lindsey

$115

Designed for those who are just starting out with 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.

RECREATION & CULTURE

MECHANICS OF WATERCOLOURS

419605

TUES

1 – 4 pm

G. Zelinski

$115

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.

HEALTHY GOURMET COOKING

419850

WED, JAN 22

10 am – 1 pm

R. Bill

$47.50

Join professional cook Rhonda on an interactive and healthy culinary journey to make gingered squash soup, fennel slaw, grilled trout with lemon and herb gremolata and wild rice and stuffed baked apples for dessert!

COOKING FOR DIABETES

419851 WED, FEB 19

10 am – 1pm

R. Bill

$47.50

Learn to make healthy and delicious meals for yourself or family members living with Diabetes. Create this tasty course using ingredients suitable for the Diabetic diet. You will make baby greens with pear and almonds, apple cider roasted chicken, and rosemary roasted vegetables and pavlovas with fresh fruit for dessert!

FLAVOURS OF THE CARIBBEAN

419852 WED, MAR 18

10 am – 1 pm

R. Bill

$47.50

Take a winter holiday and join professional cook Rhonda for a tropical flavor get away! You will create delicious tropical salad with honey lime vinaigrette, jerk pork tenderloin, Caribbean style peas and rice and rum cakes for dessert!

TREE OF LIFE SUN CATCHER

419853 FRI, FEB 21

12 – 4 pm

C. Hill

$50

C. Hill

$57

Create a 6 inch diameter sun catcher using jade, pink quartz, amethyst and other gemstones! All supplies included.

SUCCULENT BOTTLE GARDEN

419855 THURS, JAN 30

12 – 4 pm

No Green Thumb needed! Pick your favorite succulents and choose your bottle to create your own vision garden. Succulents need very little water to grow and are easy to care for. All supplies included!

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CODE

DAY

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

FEE*

STAMP CLUB – NATURES BEAUTY

419841 WED, JAN 22

1 – 3 pm

L. Cano

$50

STAMP CLUB – FRIEND LIKE YOU

419842 WED, FEB 19

1 – 3 pm

L. Cano

$50

STAMP CLUB – FREE AS A BIRD

419843 WED, MAR 18

1 – 3 pm

L. Cano

$50

This is for the Advanced or intermediate card maker. Join stampin’ up demonstrator Leslie for an afternoon of card making. You will make 6 cards of 2 to 3 designs in each class. Please bring your own tools and adhesives. Must register by the 1st of each month in order for supplies to be ordered.

CARDS & COOKIES

419845

WED, JAN 8

1 – 3 pm

L. Cano

$35

CARDS & COOKIES

419846

WED, FEB 5

1 – 3 pm

L. Cano

$35

CARDS & COOKIES

419847 WED, MAR 4

1 – 3 pm

L. Cano

$35

This is workshop is for the novice card maker. Join Stampin’ Up demonstrator Leslie for this fun afternoon and learn to make 6 greeting cards for all occasions with coordinating envelopes. All tools and supplies are provided.

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ACTIVITY

*All prices include HST

THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE

VISUAL ARTS & WORKSHOPS

RECREATION & CULTURE

W E S T A R T H U R C O M M U N I T Y C E N T R E , 1 9 1 4 W. A R T H U R S T R E E T

For more info on Registered 55 Plus programming, workshops & more call Jennifer at 625-3135

Drop-in programs do not have instructors. All Drop-in programs have a cost of $2.00

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THUNDER BAY 55 PLUS CENTRE

Winter

55 Plus Community

Superior Hearing - FREE! Walking Program

Snowshoe Adventure~

Tuesdays, Jan 14th – March 31st Time: 2:00-3:00pm AND Thursdays, Jan 16th – April 2nd Time: 10:00am-11:00am LU Hangar 955 Oliver Road 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.

FEE: Trail pass is $7 plus tax, Snowshoe Rentals available $7 plus tax) Mondays, January 20th – March 2nd 3PM (arrive at 2:30PM to register and to be fitted for equipment) Fridays, January 24th – March 6th 11am! (Arrive at 10:30AM to register and to be fitted for equipment) Pre registration not required! Dropin and sign up when you arrive. Kamview Nordic Centre, 851 20th Side Rd Enjoy the beautiful scenery on a guided tour through the country trails. Call Lis for more information at 4757081 or tbntskigroups@tbaytel.net

Now offered twice a week!

RECREATION & CULTURE

Retirement Explorers - FREE! Every Friday January 10th – May 29th 1:00 – 2:30 pm Mary J L Black Library 901 Edward Street South 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.

Mixed Bocce Ball $2.00 Drop in for ANYONE 55 Plus Thursdays, January 16th to April 30th 1:00 – 2:30 pm The Da Vinci Centre, 340 Waterloo St Bring your indoor shoes and water bottle

FAB Ladies Bocce Ball Wednesdays January 15th to April 29th 1:00 - 2:30 pm Da Vinci Centre $2.00 Drop in for ANYONE 55 Plus bring your indoor shoes and water bottle!

FABs Pelvic Floor Workout Friday, January 17th 1:00 - 2:00 pm MJLB Library FREE! Registration code: 418842 Learn how to keep your pelvic floor healthy. Learn how to do exercises to prevent incontinence and urgency. Stay healthy as you age!

FABs Yoga Dance

Wit Knits - FREE! Every Thursday from January 9th – April 30th 1:30 – 3:00 pm Mary J L Black Library, 901 Edward Street S. Drop in, no instructionknit while you socialize .

For registration please call the Hotline at 625-8463

SKI 55 CLUB Beginners & Everyone 55 + Welcome! Tuesdays in Feb, 4th, 11th, 18th (no Ski 25th), Weather permitting 11AM (arrive at 10:30am to register and to be fitted for equipment) Kamview Nordic Centre, 851 20th Side Rd FEE: Trail pass is $8.85 plus tax, Ski Rentals available $11 plus tax)

Thursdays, Feb 20th 1:30-2:45pm Oliver Road Rec Centre FREE! Registration code: 418843 Let Your Yoga Dance! Yoga Dance is a joy-filled power dance combining yoga, the breath, and user-friendly dance with fabulous music from all around the world. It is a funky, sacred, inspirational dance bringing tons of fun and healing to body, mind, and spirit.

FABs Magnus Tour Thursday, March 19th 2:00 -3:30pm Magnus Theatre, followed by coffee at Urban Abbey FREE! (Coffee at Urban Abbey not included) Registration code: 418844

55 PLUS CURLING

March Movin n’ Groovin

Instructional Curling Program with the Port Arthur Curling Club, equipment available on site. Wednesdays from Feb 5th- March 25th 9:30-11:30am Port Arthur Curling Club, 214 Egan St Registration Required, code 419839 Please call out hotline at 625-8463 FEE: $10 per session, payable at the time of play to the PACC. Please note you do not have to attend all session*

Free Fitness Sampler Wednesday, March 4th 6:45 - 7:45 pm Westmount School gym, 120 Begin St FREE! Registration code: 418845 Move those muscles with the use of bands, weights and gentle cardio while groovin’ to the oldies but goodies. Open to ladies at all levels of fitness. Bring a friend.

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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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

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CANADA GAMES COMPLEX

How To Register

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.

Registration Hours: Monday- Friday 9:00 am - 8:00 pm Saturday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm General Registration Information The majority of programs have limited registration and all registrations are accepted on a first come first serve basis. Ensure the correct program code, program name, and location when registering. Payment in full must 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

For Inquires call... Canada Games Complex: Aquatics: Alyssa Parsons at 684-3339 Fitness: Darrik Smith at 684-3338 Children & Youth: Alexa Fares at 684-3351 Community Wellness: Karen Gorst-Vigliarolo at 684-3324 Services: Dan Stilla at 684-3323 Sup. Aquatics & Wellness: Kim Begin at 684-3314 Churchill Pool: 577-2538

AQUATICS & FITNESS

Registration For Winter 2020 programs, registration begins December 4, 2019

Volunteer Pool: 625-3524

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

Inclusion Services 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.

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CANADA GAMES COMPLEX

Winter 2020

Visit us @ www.gamescomplex.com

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

Twoonie Week

AQUATICS & FITNESS

Come join us for Twoonie Week. January 6 to 12 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.

“Familes are at the ♥ of the

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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COUPON BOOKLETS AVAILABLE 12 VISITS FOR THE PRICE OF 10

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 Christmas Eve ........................................5:45 am - 2:00 pm Christmas Day ....................................................CLOSED Boxing Day ..........................................12 Noon - 5:00 pm New Years Eve ......................................5:45 am - 2:00 pm New Years Day ....................................................CLOSED Family Day (February 17) ....................12 Noon - 5:00 pm

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


CANADA GAMES COMPLEX

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Birthday Parties at atthe theCanada CanadaGames GamesComplex Complex at the Canada Games Complex

AQUATICS & FITNESS

On sale until Dec 31/19 and must be activated by Jan 31/20

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 only available Friday evenings, Saturday & Sunday afternoons and evenings. Parties are 2.5 hours long and we provide 2 pizzas, 10 pop and party essentials – you bring the cake and the kids!

To book call 684-373 Monday to Friday from 8 5pm-8pm, Price for your party of 10: $170.00 • Additional kids: $3.00 Saturday from 10am-8p m, and Sunday from 10am Additional pizza, pop and space may be purchased. -8pm or email sattendant@thu All parties must be paid for at the time of booking. nderbay.ca

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Program Staff: Supervisor of Aquatics: Alyssa Parsons, (807) 684-3339 Senior Instructor: Kyla Strickland, (807) 684-3335 Note: Some classes are subject to time change or cancellation due to insufficient registration. Parents with children in lessons may swim for a reduced rate of $7.08 (plus applicable taxes).

Pool Admission Policy During a Family swim: Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a guardian, 18 years + who is in the pool in proper swim attire. This includes all pools. During a public swim: Children 6 year & under: Must be accompanied, regardless of swimming ability, by a guardian who is in the pool.

AQUATICS & FITNESS

Children 7-9 years: Non-swimmers, unable to pass the facility swim test, must be accompanied by a guardian who is in the pool. Swimmers, who are able to pass the facility swim test, may swim unaccompanied during the public swim.

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Recreational Swim Schedule Effective January 5 - March 14, 2020 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 1-3

4-7:15pm • Lanes 3-8

Tues.

6-7:30am • Lanes 1-5

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

Wed.

4-7:15pm • Lanes 3-8

Thurs.

6-7:30am • Lanes 1-5

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

Fri.

6-7:30am • Lanes 1-3

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. ◗ 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**

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.

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

Family / Adult Public **Slide** 1-5:30 Public Public **Slide**

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

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

Family / Adult Public **Slide** 1-5:30 Public Public **Slide**

Note: Guardians may be 13years + (ratio 1:2children) or 18years + (ratio 1:4 children). Guardians must be in the pool and are responsible for the direct supervision of the children. 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 see fit.


Standard First Aid

Assistant Instructor Bronze Cross Bronze Medallion Bronze Star

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

Wednesday, January 8 (10 weeks) 6:30pm - 7:00pm Barcode: 419760 $74.55

Saturday, January 11 (10 Weeks) 10:00am - 10:30am Barcode: 419761 $74.55

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 PRESCHOOL B Max Ratio 1:4

Prerequisite: Completed Preschool A. - Jumping in to chest deep water - Submerging under water & blowing bubbles - Floats, Glides & kicking with a buoyant aid PRESCHOOL C Max Ratio 1:4

SWIMMER 2 Low Ratio 1:3 • Max Ratio 1:6 Prerequisite: Swimmer 1 or Preschool D/ E - Recover object from bottom of chest deep water - Front & back crawl 10m unassisted - Vertical whip kick 30sec. with aid SWIMMER 3 Low Ratio 1:3 • Max Ratio 1:6 Prerequisite: Swimmer 2. - Kneeling Dive, Tread water 30sec. - Front & Back Crawl 15m - Whip Kick 10m SWIMMER 4 Low Ratio 1:3 • Max Ratio 1:6

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

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

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Swim & Lifesaving Instructors (16yrs)

To Determine which Level your Child Should be In Please read the course descriptions below.

CANADA GAMES COMPLEX

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

Child & Youth Aquatic Programs

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

AQUATICS & FITNESS

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

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

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Learn to Swim Programs

To Register call 625-TIME

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. Important: Missed lessons due to illness or other circumstances will not be made up. Missed lessons will not be refunded.

Low-Ratio Group Lessons Check out the Max. Class Size! Lower Number of children to Instructor, 1:3 or 1:4 • All classes are 30 minutes in length! 10 Week Session: $112.20 • 9 Week Session: $100.98 **No Classes: Monday February 17 (Family Day) LEVEL

Sunday Jan. 5 - Mar. 8 10 Weeks

Monday Jan. 6 - Mar. 9 9 Weeks

Tuesday Jan. 7 - Mar. 10 10 Weeks

Wednesday Jan. 8 - Mar. 11 10 Weeks

Thursday Jan. 9 - Mar. 12 10 Weeks

Friday Jan. 10 - Mar. 13 10 Weeks

Saturday Jan. 11 - Mar. 14 10 Weeks

Time

Time

Time

Time

Time

Time

Time

Code

Code

Code

Code

Code

Code

Code

Max Size Length

Youth (5 to 12 Years) Swimmer 1 10:00am 419650 5:30pm 419651 5:00pm 6:00pm 419652 5:30pm 6:30pm

419653 4:30pm 419656 419654 5:00pm 419657 419655

4:30pm 5:00pm

419658 419659

5:00pm 419660 9:30am 419662 5:30pm 419661 11:00am 419663

3

30 min

Swimmer 2 10:30am 419665 5:00pm 419666 5:00pm 6:30pm 419667 6:00pm

419668 5:00pm 419670 419669 5:30pm 419671

5:30pm 6:30pm

419672 419673

5:30pm 419674 9:00am 419676 6:00pm 419675 11:30am 419677

3

30 min

Swimmer 3 11:00am 419689 5:00pm 419690 5:00pm 6:45pm 419691 5:30pm

419692 5:00pm 419694 419693

5;00pm

419695

5:00pm 419696 9:00am 419698 5:30pm 419697 10:30am 419739

3

30 min

Swimmer 4 11:30am 419744 5:00pm 419745 5:30pm

419746 6:00pm 419747

5:30pm

419748

5:00pm 419749 10:15am 419750 11:30am 419751

4

30 min

Swimmer 5/6 12:00pm 419857 5:30pm 419858 6:45pm

419859 6:30pm 419860

5:30pm

419861

6:00pm 419862 9:30am 419864 10:15am 419863

4

30 min

Swimmer 7

6:30pm

419754

6:00pm 419755

4

30 min

Swimmer 8

6:30pm

419756

6:00pm 419757

4

30 min

4

30 min

Swimmer 9

6:30pm

419758

Standard Group Lessons 10 Week Session: $74.55 • 9 Week Session: $67.10 **No Classes: Monday February 17 (Family Day) LEVEL

Monday Jan. 6 - Mar. 9 9 Weeks Time

Code

Tuesday Jan. 7 - Mar. 10 10 Weeks Time

Code

Wednesday Jan. 8 - Mar. 11 10 Weeks

Thursday Jan. 9 - Mar. 12 10 Weeks

Friday Saturday Jan. 10 - Mar. 13 Jan. 11 - Mar. 14 10 Weeks 10 Weeks

Time

Time

Time

Code

Code

Code

Time

Code

Max Size Length

Parent & Tot (4 months - 3 years)

AQUATICS & FITNESS

Parent & Tot 1 Parent & Tot 2/3

5:00pm 5:30pm 419874

419869 5:30pm

419875

5:00pm

419870

9:30am

419871

12

30 min

6:00pm

419876

10:00am

419877

12

30 min

Preschool (3 - 5 years) Preschool A 4:30pm 419879 5:00pm 5:00pm 419880 5:30pm 6:00pm

419881 4:30pm 419882 5:00pm 419883

419884 419885

5:00pm 5:30pm

419886 419887

5:00pm

419888 9:30am 11:00am

419889 419890

4

30 min

Preschool B 5:00pm 419899 4:30pm 6:00pm 419900 6:00pm

419901 5:00pm 419902 5:30pm

419903 419904

4:30pm 6:00pm

419905 419906

5:30pm

419907 10:00am 11:00am

419908 419909

4

30 min

Preschool C 4:30pm 419919 5:30pm 5:30pm 419920 6:30pm

419921 6:00pm 419922

419923

4:30pm 5:00pm

419924 419925

5:00pm

419926 10:00am 10:30am

419927 419928

4

30 min

Preschool D/E 5:30pm 419937 5:00pm 6:00pm 419938 6:30pm

419939 4:30pm 419940 6:00pm

419941 419942

5:30pm 6:00pm

419943 419944

5:30pm

419945 9:30am 11:30am

419946 419947

4

30 min

Swimmer 1 5:00pm 419990 4:30pm 6:30pm 419991 6:00pm

419992 5:30pm 419993

419994

5:30pm

419995

10:00am

419996

4

30 min

Swimmer 2 5:30pm 420008 5:30pm 6:00pm

420009 6:30pm 420010

420011

4:30pm

420012

10:00am

420013

6

30 min 45 min

Youth (5+ years)

Swimmer 3 6:00pm 420024 6:00pm

420025 5:30pm

420026

6:00pm

420027

9:30am

420028

6

Swimmer 4 6:00pm 420035 6:00pm

420036 5:30pm

420037

6:00pm

420038

9:30am

420039

6

45 min

6:00pm

421490

10:30am

421491

8

45 min

10:45am

420048

8

45 min

10:45am

420053

8

45 min

Swimmer 5/6 6:30pm 421489 Swimmer 7/8

6:30pm

420046 6:15pm

420047

Rookie/Ranger

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6:00pm

420052


Private Learn to Swim Programs

Private Lesson Fees: 5 Half hour lessons: $114.70 • 4 Half hour Lessons: $91.76 Jan. 6 to Feb. 3 (5 weeks)

Feb. 10 to Mar. 9 (4 weeks)

Tuesday

Jan. 7 to Feb. 4 (5 weeks)

Feb. 11 Wednesday Jan. 8 to Mar. 10 to Feb. 5 (5 weeks) (5 weeks)

Feb. 12 to Mar. 11 (5 weeks)

Code

Code

420089 420090 420091 420092 420093

420094 420095 420096 420097 420098

Code

Code

Code

Code

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

420065 420066 420067 420068 420069

420070 420071 420072 420073 420074

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

420075 420076 420077 420078 420079 420080 420081

420082 420083 420084 420085 420086 420087 420088

Friday

Jan. 10 to Feb. 7 (5 weeks)

Feb. 14 to Mar. 13 (5 weeks)

Saturday

Jan. 11 to Feb. 8 (5 weeks)

Feb. 15 Sunday to Mar. 14 (5 weeks)

Jan. 5 to Feb. 2 (5 weeks)

Feb. 9 to Mar. 8 (5 weeks)

Code

Code

Code

Code

Code

Code

420111 420112 420113 420114 420115 420116 420117 420118 420119 420120

420121 420122 420123 420124 420125 420126 420127 420128 420129 420130

420131 420132 420133 420134 420135 420136 420137 420138

420139 420140 420141 420142 420143 420144 420145 420146

420147 420148 420149 420150 420151 420152 420153 420154 420155 420156 420157 420158 420159

420160 420161 420162 420163 420164 420165 420166 420167 420168 420169 420170 420171 420172

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

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

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

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

Thursday

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

Jan. 9 to Feb. 6 (5 weeks)

Feb. 13 to Mar. 12 (5 weeks)

Code

Code

420090 420100 420101 420102 420103 420104

420105 420106 420107 420108 420109 420110

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 Semi-Privates: 5 Half Hour Classes $83.78

Adult/Teen - Learn to Swim at Any Age!

Daytime Swimming Lessons

*Adults & teens may also register for any of the Private lessons available

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

Beginner - 101: 30 min (Max. 3) • 10 Weeks: $74.55 Adult Thurs. Jan. 9 @ 7:00pm - 420057 Teen Thurs. Jan. 9 @ 6:45pm - 420063

Sat. Jan. 11 @ 11:30am - 420058 Sat. Jan. 11 @ 11:00am - 420064

NEW! Adult Fitness Workout (45 minutes with coach, 2 Lanes available) Register or Drop-In. *Free with Membership. Wed. Jan. 9 (10 weeks) @ 6:15pm Pay admission at front desk

LEVEL

Tuesday Jan. 7 - Mar. 10 Private 9:30 - 10:00am Private 11:30 - 12:00pm Parent & Tot 10:30 - 11:00am Preschool A 10:00 - 10:30am Preschool B 11:00 - 11:30am

420173 420174 420473 419891 419910

Wednesday Jan. 8 - Mar. 11 9:30 - 10:00am 10:30 - 11:00am 11:30 - 12:00pm 11:00 - 11:30am 10:00 - 10:30am

420175 420176 420474 419892 419911

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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 February 17 - Family Day • Check out our Low-Ratio classes on page 93!

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Aquatic Lifesaving, Lifeguarding and Leadership 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 February 17 (Family Day)

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 Jan. 6 - Mar. 9 6:00 - 7:15pm (9 weeks) No lesson Feb. 17 421293

$84.01

Bronze Medallion & Emergency First Aid

Bronze Star or 13 years of age

Tuesdays Jan. 7 - Mar. 10 6:00 - 9:00pm (10 weeks) 421291

$102.80

Canadian Lifesaving Manual $41.15

Bronze Medallion Recert with classes

Bronze Medallion

See Instructor on the first day (Jan. 7) for specific dates to attend Exam: Mar. 10 at 6:00pm 421292

$69.35

Canadian Lifesaving Manual $41.15

Bronze Cross

Bronze Medallion & Emergency First Aid

Thursdays Jan. 9 - Mar. 12 6:00 - 8:30pm (10 weeks) 421289

$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 (Jan. 9) for specific dates to attend Exam: Mar. 12 at 6:00pm 421290

$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.

$305.00

Literature included Bring your Canadian Lifesaving manual

Alert Manual $42.60

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

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

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

$168.00

National Lifeguard Service - Pool Option Recertification

Bring your NLS & CPR cards to class.

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 more information on specialized advanced leadership courses please contact Alyssa Parsons, Program Supervisor of Aquatics at (807) 684-3339 or aparsons@thunderbay.ca


Aquatics Fitness Programs

Name Aquabics

Aqua Jog

Aqua Energizer Aquabics Aqua Zumba

Day

Time

Barcode Session 1

Barcode Type Session 2

Monday Tuesday Thursday Friday Sunday Monday Wednesday Monday Wednesday Tuesday Thursday Friday

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

419341 419345 419356 419347 419362 419343 419355 419339 419353 419349 419358 419360

419342 419346 419357 419348 419363 419344 419364 419340 419354 419350 419359 419361

(9) Shallow Water (9) Deep water with floatation belts (9) Deep water with floatation belts (9) Deep water with floatation belts (9) Deep water with floatation belts (9) Deep water with floatation belts (9-10) Deep water with floatation belts (9) Deep water with floatation belts (9) Deep water with floatation belts (7&8) Shallow water (7&8) Shallow water (9) Shallow Combined

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2 - 5 week sessions starting the week January 6 and February 10, 2020 No classes Monday, February 17, 2020 (Family Day) – CGC Open 12 to 5 PM Fees will be prorated if you start late …so sign up anytime. All programs are free for members but registration is strongly encouraged, especially in high demand programs. Non Member fee is $38 per session for 60 minute classes (5 weeks)

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HST will be added where applicable.

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.

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

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Contact: thunderraysmastersswimming@gmail.com

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

REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.THUNDERBOLTS.CA

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Learn to Dive Programs

Learn to Dive is for active children and youth ages 6 and up. This comprehensive recreational program will show the safe and correct pathway to competitive diving. No experience necessary! Must have basic swimming skills and pass swim test. Please register at www.tbdc.ca

Monday’s • 9 Weeks January 6 - March 9 (no lesson February 17th for Family Day) Learn to Dive I • 5:00 to 6:00pm • Barcode 420939 ............$160.00 Learn to Dive I • 6:00 to 7:00pm • Barcode 420940 ............$160.00 Learn to Dive II • 5:30 to 7:00pm (Prerequisite Learn to Dive I) • Barcode 420946 ..................$225.00

Tuesday’s • 10 Weeks January 7 - March 10 Learn to Dive I • 6:00 to 7:00pm • Barcode 420941 ............$170.00

Wednesday’s • 10 Weeks

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January 8 - March 11 Learn to Dive I • 5:00 to 6:00pm • Barcode 420942 ............$160.00 Learn to Dive I • 6:00 to 7:00pm • Barcode 420943 ............$160.00 Learn to Dive II • 5:30 to 7:00pm (Prerequisite Learn to Dive I) • Barcode 420947 ..................$250.00

Thursday’s • 10 Weeks January 8 - March 12 Learn to Dive I • 6:00 to 7:00pm • Barcode 420944 ............$170.00

Saturday’s • 10 Weeks January 11 - March 14 Learn to Dive I • 10:00 to 11:00am • Barcode 420945..........$170.00 Learn to Dive II • 10:30 to 12:00pm (Prerequisite Learn to Dive I) • Barcode 420948 ..................$250.00 Learn to Dive I participants will move through skills at their own pace and learn foundational diving skills. Learn to Dive II is for recreational divers that have already taken Learn to Dive I and are ready to advance their skills further.

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Call the Canada Games Complex at 684-3333. For more information, call the TBDC office, 684-3341, or email info@tbdc.ca. Our website is www.tbdc.ca


WEDNESDAY

Zumba Kids 6:30-7:15PM

Creative Kids 6-8PM

Active Kids 6-8PM

Youth Intro Fitness 4-5PM

THURSDAY

Youth Move @ the CGC 7-9PM

FRIDAY Youth Drop-In HowToâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s *See website

Family Yoga 5:30-6:15 PM

SUNDAY

Parent & Tot Fitness 1-2 PM

Programs will start the week of January 13. 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 *NEW* Youth Intro Fitness Program - This is a low impact, introduction to fitness, instructional and guided class for youth ages 12-17 who want to learn how to do an exercise session using all components of fitness. Geared towards beginners with modifications provided! Start Date: Wednesday, January 15 Time: 4-5pm Fee: $35 (5 weeks) Program

Registration Information

Girl Power*FREE*

Positive programming specifically for girls ages 10-14! Barcode: 421590

Zumba Kids

A Zumba class for parents & kids! Barcode: 421591

Active Kids *FREE*

Full of games, sports & fitness! Ages 5 to 12. Barcode: 421589

Creative Kids *FREE*

For creative and crafty kids! Ages 5 to 12. Barcode: 421592

Youth Move *FREE*

Youth Move at the CGC! Ages 12 to 18. Barcode: 421593

Family Yoga

Yoga for the entire family! Barcode: 421594

Parent & Tot Fitness

Physical Literacy based program for 3-5 year olds & a parent! Barcode: 421595

Team Unbreakable! Team Unbreakable is a progressive LEARN TO RUN program for youth aged 10 to 18. No cost. No prior experience necessary. March 10 - June 4. Tuesdays & Thursdays at 5:30pm. Race Day and Graduation June 6. Maximum 45 participants. First come first serve. Registration opens January 2 at www.learntoruntbay.com *Running shoes provided if necessary.

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Girl Power 6-8PM

TUESDAY

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P.A. Day Camps! School’s out! Join us at the Canada Games Complex for a varietyy of recreational and sporting activities for children 5 to 12 years on the P.A. Days!! Public & Separate P.A. Days: January 24 & February 28 Fees:$38.96/ day, $32.46/day additional children 8:15am to 5pm * Public Swim 2-4pm * Children bring lunch & beverage

March Break Madness 2020 Preview… March 16th to 20th, 2020

Registration begins February 3rd!

Fees: Full Week - $177.47, $147.17 additional children Individual days - $38.96, $32.46 additional children Level

Start Date

Time

Barcode

Fee

Karate

Karate Tots (4 to 6 yrs)

January 11

9:4510:30am

421239

$65.28

(Isshin Ryu)

Beginners & Yellow Stripes (7yrs & up)

January 11

10:30 11:30am

421241

$73.44

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

January 11

11:30 -1:00pm

421240

$104.04

AQUATICS & FITNESS

Junior Squash

Level

Start Date

Time

Barcode

Fee

Beginners

January 11

9:40am to 10:30am

421242

$42.84

Intermediate

January 11

10:30am to 11:20am

421243

$42.84

Adult Squash Programs

HST will be added where applicable League kick-off for 2020 will start with an Open House on January 7th at 6:50 pm!

Court Time Tuesday Night Squash League

Court Time play will begin January 14th. All abilities are welcome and is limited to the fist 18 people registered. This league runs for 10 weeks.

Women’s League

Women’s League is back and will be running Thursday evenings from 6-8pm. Play will begin January 16th. All abilities are welcome and is limited to the fist 18 people registered. This league runs for 10 weeks. C.S.A. protective eyewear strongly recommended. For more information on Squash Programs or lessons call 684-3351.

Silver Fox Squash Cancer Tournament - March 27-29 Visit www.thunderbaysquash.ca for more information! Squash Lessons are available upon request.

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HST will be added where applicable. 2 - 5 week sessions starting the weeks of January 6 and February 10, 2020 No classes Feb. 17 (Family Day) CGC Open 12 to 5 PM Fees will be prorated if you start late â&#x20AC;¦so sign up anytime. All programs are free for members but registration is strongly encouraged, especially in high demand programs. Non Member fee is $38 per session for 60 minute classes (5 weeks)

Name

Day

Time

Barcode Session 1

Barcode Type Session 2

6:00 - 7:00 AM

419427

419428

Morning Programs Morning Bootcamp

Tuesday

(10) Combined

Morning Bootcamp

Thursday

6:00 - 7:00 AM

419425

419426

(10) Combined

Spin

Monday

6:30 - 7:15 AM

419481

419482

(9) Cycling

Spin Circuit

Tuesday

6:30 - 7:15 AM

419483

419484

(9) Cycling

BoxFit

Wednesday 6:00 - 7:00 AM

419412

419413

(10) Boxing

Total Body BenderBall

Monday

9:00 - 10:00 AM

419391

419422

(9) Combined

Strong Seniors

Tuesday

9:00 - 10:00 AM

419398

419399

(8) Wts/Core

Step Skip Sculpt

Wednesday 9:00 - 10:00 AM

419392

419393

(9) Combined

Strong Seniors Variety

Thursday

419402

419403

(8) Wts/Core

9:00 - 10:00 AM

Strong Seniors

Friday

9:00 - 10:00 AM

419416

419417

(8) Wts/Core

Aquabics (shallow)

Monday

9:00 - 10:00 AM

419341

419342

(9) Shallow Water

Aquabics (deep)

Tuesday

9:00 - 10:00 AM

419345

419346

(9) Deep water w/ floatation belts

AquaJog

Thursday

9:00 - 10:00 AM

419356

419357

(9) Deep water w/ floatation belts

Aquabics (deep)

Friday

9:00 - 10:00 AM

419347

419348

(9) Deep water w/ floatation belts

AquaJog

Sunday

9:00 - 10:00 AM

419362

419363

(9) Deep water w/ floatation belts

Spin Drop In

Sunday

10:00 - 10:45 AM

419489

419490

(9) Cycle

Yoga

Thursday

10:10 - 11:10 AM

419556

419561

(7) Stretch

Aqua Energizer (deep)

Monday

10:15 - 11:15 AM

419339

419340

(9) Deep water w/ floatation belts

Aquabics (shallow)

Tuesday

10:15 - 11:00 AM

419349

419350

(7&8) Shallow Water

Aqua Energizer (deep)

Wednesday 10:15 - 11:15 AM

419353

419354

(9) Deep water w/ floatation belts

Aquabics (shallow)

Thursday

10:15 - 11:00 AM

419358

419359

(7&8) Shallow Water

Aqua Zumba

Friday

10:15 - 11:00 AM

419360

419361

(9) Shallow Combined

All Levels Pilates

Friday

10:15 - 11:15 AM

419411

419430

(8) Stretch

Kettlebell*

Sunday

11:00 - 12:00 PM

419477

419478

(10) Core & Cardio

Happy Hips Yoga

Tuesday

11:30 - 12:30 PM

419545

419546

(7&8) Stretch

12:00 - 1:00 PM

419439

419440

(9) Dance fit

Afternoon Programs Zumba

Thursday

HIIT*

Sunday

12:00 - 12:45 PM

419420

419421

(11) Combined

Muscle Conditioning

Monday

12:15 - 1:00 PM

419410

419429

(9) Combined

Step Circuit

Wednesday 12:15 - 1:00 PM

419406

419407

(9) Step Aerobic

Muscle Conditioning

Friday

12:15 - 1:00 PM

419423

419424

(9) Combined

Senior Spin

Monday

1:00 - 1:45 PM

419487

419488

(8) Cycle

Senior Spin

Wednesday 1:00 - 1:45 PM

419497

419498

(8) Cycle

Sit and be Fit

Tuesday

1:15 - 2:00 PM

419394

419395

(6) Seated fitness

Core & More

Monday

2:00 - 3:00 PM

419408

419409

(8) Combination

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Name

Day

Time

Barcode Barcode Session 1 Session 2

Type

Evening Programs Total Interval Movements*

Monday

5:00 - 6:00 PM

419396

419397

(10) Combined

Bootcamp

Wednesday 5:00 - 6:00 PM

419389

419390

(11) Combined

Yoga

Thursday

5:00 - 6:30 PM

419550

419551

(7&8) Stretch

HIIT

Thursday

5:15 - 6:15 PM

419431

419432

(10) Combined

Ultimate Core*

Tuesday

5:30 - 6:30 PM

419404

419405

(11) Core

Spin Bootcamp

Friday

5:30 - 6:30 PM

419494

419495

(9) Cycle/Wts

Spin Bootcamp

Wednesday 6:00 - 7:00 PM

419491

419496

(11) Cycle/Core

Kettlebell Advanced*

Monday

6:15 - 7:00 PM

419467

419468

(10) Core & Cardio

TRX Advanced*

Thursday

6:30 - 7:30 PM

419541

419542

(11) Combined

Yoga Conditioning

Friday

6:30 - 7:30 PM

419552

419553

(7&8) Mobility

Zumba Step

Friday

6:30 - 7:30 PM

419447

419448

(9) Combined

Spin

Monday

7:00 - 8:00 PM

419492

419493

(9) Cycling

Core and More

Wednesday 7:00 - 8:00 PM

419400

419401

(8) Wts/Core

Zumba

Tuesday

7:15 - 8:15 PM

419441

419442

(9) Dance Fit

Aqua Jog

Monday

7:30 - 8:30 PM

419343

419344

(9) Deep water w/floatation belts

Aqua Jog

Wednesday 7:30 - 8:30 PM

419355

419364

(9-10) Deep water w/floatation belts

Zumba

Thursday

7:30 - 8:30 PM

419445

419446

(9) Dance Fit

Zumba Toning

Monday

8:00 - 9:00 PM

419443

419444

(9) Dance Fit

Kettlebell*

Wednesday 8:00 - 9:00 PM

419475

419476

(10) Core & Cardio

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2 - 5 week sessions starting the weeks of January 6 and February 10, 2020 No classes Feb. 17 (Family Day) CGC Open 12 to 5 PM Fees will be prorated if you start late â&#x20AC;¦so sign up anytime. All programs are free for members but registration is strongly encouraged, especially in high demand programs. Non Member fee is $38 per session for 60 minute classes (5 weeks)

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HST will be added where applicable.

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CANADA GAMES COMPLEX FITNESS COACHING Are you looking to make a change?? If so, the Canada Games Complex Personal Fitness Coaching is for you! Whether you are new to fitness and want to learn proper technique, lose weight, gain muscle, improve in a sport, or just plain feel great! Our top-quality coaches: Possess strong educational backgrounds in Exercise Science. Have the passion to motivate you on your journey to live a healthy and active lifestyle. Provide individualized programming based on your abilities, barriers, and goals! 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!

Fitness Coaching Costs

AQUATICS & FITNESS

(All prices subject to HST) Semi-Private (Each person)

Small Group 3 to 4 people (Each person)

Starting at $40 ea

Starting at $30 ea/person

Starting at $20 ea/person

6

$330

$240

$180

12

$600

$432

$312

24

$1,080

$768

$528

48

$1,920

$1,440

$960

Number of Sessions/Package

Private

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/week, 3 days/week, etc.). You are purchasing the time of the Coach, 1 session = 50 minutes. Please call 684-3338 to book your free consultation and take the first step toward change.

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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)

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Become a certified Lifesaving Society Swim Instructor!

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

Bronze Cross Lifesaving Society Assistant Instructor

Standard First Aid with CPR-C

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 $15.33/hour. **We are especially interested in training and hiring adult instructors who are looking for a career change or trying something new.

AQUATICS & FITNESS

(must be 14 years)

Used to be a swim instructor & miss those days in the pool? We would love to have you join our team once again! Contact one of the pools if you need assistance getting recertified. For more information contact our facility supervisors and we would be happy to assist you. Canada Games Complex, Alyssa Parsons – 684-3339 Churchill Pool, Calli Graham – 625-2206 Volunteer Pool, Sean Bodkin – 625-3524

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

LIFEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S BETTER

WETTER

Enroll Now In Swimming Lessons At Volunteer & Churchill Pool.

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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.

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.

Churchill Pool’s Renovations are Complete! Churchill Pool has now been separated from the old high school and is a stand alone building. During the shutdown many of the lights were upgraded and the birthday party room received an air conditioning unit and new flooring. Come by for a swim and check out the new look.

Churchill Pool’s Evening Aquabics will be Changing to a New Day! Churchill Pool will no longer be holding aquabics on Tuesday evenings. Starting in January evening aquabics classes will be held on Mondays and Thursdays from 7:45pm - 8:30pm.

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.

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 $55.51 (HST included.)

Thinking about getting in shape this Winter? 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.

AQUATICS & FITNESS

COMPARE & SAVE!

The Aquatic Family Instructional Family Pass

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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.

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Community Aquatics

Nostalgia Swim ($2) Need help finding us?

Churchill Pool Sundays 10:00 - 11:30 am

Check ou these map t s!

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

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City of Thunder Bay Children’s Aquatics Program To Determine which Level your Child Should be In Please read the course descriptions below 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. 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.

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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.

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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.


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 changes. 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

Monday

Jan. 13

4:00 p.m. Preschool A

420812

Preschool B

420824

Swimmer 5

420892

Swimmer 6

420898

4:30 p.m. Swimmer 1 Swimmer 2

420866

420837

Swimmer 2

Swimmer 3

420878

5:30 p.m.

5:00 p.m. Swimmer 1

420856

5:15 p.m. Preschool A

420814 420826

Swimmer 2

420869

Parent & Tot 1/2 420807 420877

5:45 p.m.

420840

6:15 p.m. Preschool A

420815

Preschool B

420827

Swimmer 1

420857

420813

Swimmer 4

420886

Preschool B

420825

Swimmer 5

420893

Swimmer 6

420899

Swimmer 1

420855

420867

Swimmer 4

420885

Preschool C

420838

Preschool D/E

420848

Tuesday

Jan. 14

6:00 p.m. Preschool A

420818

Preschool B

420829

Swimmer 5

420894

Swimmer 6

420900

Preschool B

420820 420831

6:30 p.m. Swimmer 2

420873

Swimmer 3

420880

420863

Swimmer 4

420890

9:30 a.m. Preschool A

420822

Preschool B

420833

9:45 a.m.

420903

420844

Friday

Jan. 17

10:00 a.m. Swimmer 2

420875

Swimmer 3

420882

Swimmer 3

420879

4:00 p.m.

Swimmer 7/8/9

420906

Parent & Tot 2/3 420922

10:30 a.m.

Swimmer 1

420862

Parent & Tot 1/2 420810

Swimmer 4

420889

7:00 p.m. 420859

Thursday

Jan. 16

4:00 p.m.

Preschool D/E

420852

Swimmer 3

420881 420896

4:00 p.m.

Swimmer 1

420860

Swimmer 6

420902

5:00 p.m.

420841

4:30 p.m.

420870

Parent & Tot 1/2 420809 Swimmer 2

420872

4:30 p.m.

Swimmer 5

420895

Parent & Tot 2/3 420921

Swimmer 6

420901

4:45 p.m.

5:00 p.m. Preschool D/E

420851

Preschool C

Preschool C

420847

Swimmer 7/8/9

420911

11:15 a.m. Swimmer 2

420876

11:30 a.m. Swimmer 4

420891

Bronze Star (90min) 420806 420874

5:30 p.m. Preschool A

420821

Preschool B

420832

12:00 p.m. Preschool A

420823

Preschool B

420834

12:15 p.m. Swimmer 3

5:15 p.m.

420853

Parent & Tot 2/3 420811 420845

5:15 p.m. Swimmer 2

Preschool D/E 10:45 a.m.

Swimmer 5

420858

Swimmer 1

Preschool C

420830

420887

420846

420897

Preschool B

Swimmer 4

Preschool C

Swimmer 6

Wednesday Jan. 15

Preschool C

9:00 a.m.

Swimmer 5

Parent & Tot 1/2 420808 6:45 p.m.

Jan. 18

7:15 p.m.

4:45 p.m.

Swimmer 1

4:00 p.m.

420850

420819

Swimmer 2

7:00 p.m.

Preschool D/E

420907

Preschool A

6:15 p.m. Swimmer 2

Swimmer 7/8/9

4:30 p.m.

Preschool A

6:00 p.m.

420842

Swimmer 1

6:45 p.m.

420843

5:45 p.m.

6:30 p.m.

Parent & Tot 2/3 420920

Preschool C

Preschool C

Preschool A

Saturday

5:30 p.m. 420871

6:00 p.m.

5:30 p.m.

Preschool C 420904

5:15 p.m.

Swimmer 3

420868

5:45 p.m.

5:00 p.m. Swimmer 7/8/9

5:15 p.m.

Swimmer 2

Preschool B 420854

4:45 p.m. Preschool C

4:30 p.m.

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Swimming lessons begin the week of January 12th at Churchill Pool and Volunteer Pool. There will be no classes on Family Day (February 17th) or during March Break (March 16th to 21st). For specific program information please call Churchill Pool 577-2538 or Volunteer Pool 345-5143.

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Community Aquatics Swimming Lessons

Preschool C

420839

5:00 p.m.

Preschool D/E

420849

Preschool A

420816

Swimmer 1

420861

12:30 p.m.

Swimmer 7/8/9

420905

Preschool B

420828

Swimmer 4

420888

Swimmer 1

420883

420865

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Community Aquatics Leadership Schedule For specific program information please call Churchill Pool 577-2538 or Volunteer Pool 345-5143 Course/Program

Time

Barcode Fee

Bronze Medallion & Emergency First Aid - Churchill Pool Sunday

5:00-7:00

420805

$102.80

Lifesaving Manual $41.15

Bronze Medallion & Emergency First Aid - Volunteer Pool Sunday

10:00-12:00 420529

$102.80

Lifesaving Manual $41.15

Sunday

5:00-7:00

420804

$99.13

Lifesaving Manual $41.15

Bronze Cross – Volunteer Pool

Sunday

10:00-12:00 420528

$99.13

Lifesaving Manual $41.15

4 Strokes 4 Fun Level 1 – Churchill Pool

Mon./Thurs.

6:30-7:30

420793

$78.82 (1 day) Second Day $32.15

4 Strokes 4 Fun Level 1 – Volunteer Pool

Wednesday/ Friday

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

420519

$78.82 (1 day) Second Day $32.15

4 Strokes 4 Fun Level 2 – Churchill Pool

Mon./Thurs.

6:30-7:30

420794

$78.82 (1 day) Second Day $32.15

4 Strokes 4 Fun Level 2 – Volunteer Pool

Wednesday/ Friday

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

420520

$78.82 (1 day) Second Day $32.15

Community Aquatics – Volunteer Pool 345-5143 Monday

Jan. 13

4:00 p.m. Swimmer 5

420609

Swimmer 6

420616

Tuesday 4:00 p.m. Preschool A Preschool B Swimmer 2 Swimmer 7/8 4:30 p.m.

Jan. 14 420545 420556 420581 420623

Wednesday Jan. 15 10:00 a.m. Parent & Tot 4:00 p.m.

420532

Preschool A

420548 420559 420612 420619

420622

6:00 p.m.

420543

Swimmer 4 6:15 p.m.

420603

Preschool A Preschool B

420555

Preschool A

420547

Preschool B Swimmer 5 Swimmer 6 4:30 p.m. Swimmer 3 Swimmer 4 4:45 p.m. Preschool D/E Swimmer 1 5:15 p.m. Parent & Tot 1/2 Preschool C Swimmer 2 Swimmer 8/9 5:45 p.m. Swimmer 3 Swimmer 4 6:00 p.m. Preschool A Preschool B 6:30 p.m. Parent & Tot 2/3 Swimmwer 1

Swimmer 2

420580

Preschool B

420558

6:45 p.m.

6:45 p.m. Swimmer 2 Swimmer 3 Swimmer 5 Swimmer 6

420583 420596 420611 420618

Swimmer 3

420593

Swimmer 4

420601

4:45 p.m. Preschool C

420789

Swimmer 1

420568

Swimmer 2

420579

Swimmer 1 Swimmer 3 4:45 p.m.

420570 420595

Preschool A

420542

Parent & Tot 2/3 420537 Preschool C 420791 5:00 p.m. Swimmer 2 420582

Preschool B

420554

5:15 p.m.

Preschool D/E

420928

Preschool A

420546

Preschool B

420557

5:15 p.m.

5:30 p.m.

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Additional Materials

Bronze Cross – Churchill Pool

4:30 p.m.

Swimmer 5

420610

5:30 p.m.

Swimmer 6

420617

Swimmer 1

420571

5:45 p.m.

5:45 p.m.

Parent & Tot 2/3 420536

Preschool C

420792

Preschool C

Preschool D/E

420929

Swimmer 8/9

420627

420790

6:00 p.m. Swimmer 7/8 6:15 p.m.

6:30 p.m. Swimmer 1

420569

6:45 p.m. Swimmer 3

420594

Swimmer 4

420602

Swimmer 8/9

420626

7:00 p.m. Preschool A

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Day

Swimmer 2 7:00 p.m. Preschool C

420597 420604 420930 420572 420533 420817 420584 420628 420598 420605 420649 420560 420538 420573 420585 420924

Thursday 4:00 p.m. Parent & Tot 1/2 Swimmer 2 Swimmer 5 Swimmer 6 4:30 p.m. Preschool D/E 4:45 p.m. Swimmer 3 Swimmer 4 Swimmer 7/8

Jan. 16 420534 420586 420613 420620 420931 420599 420606 420624

5:00 p.m. Preschool C 5:30 p.m. Preschool A Preschool B Swimmer 1

Friday 4:00 p.m. Preschool C Preschool D/E Swimmer 3 Swimmer 4 Swimmer 8/9 4:30 p.m. Preschool A Preschool B 4:45 p.m. Swimmer 1 Swimmer 2 5:15 p.m. Swimmer 5 Swimmer 6 5:30 p.m. Parent & Tot 2/3

420908 420550 420561 420574

Jan. 17 420925 420932 420590 420607 420629 420551 420562 420575 420587

Saturday

Jan. 18

10:00 a.m. Preschool A 420552 Preschool B 420563 Swimmer 1 420576 Swimmer 5 420608 Swimmer 6 420615 10:30 a.m. Parent & Tot 1/2 420535 Preschool D/E 420933 Swimmer 2 420588 10:45 a.m. Swimmer 3 420591 Swimmer 7/8 420625 11:00 a.m. Preschool C 420926 Swimmer 1 420577 11:30 a.m. Preschool A 420541 Preschool B 420564 Swimmer 2 420589 Swimmer 8/9 420630 Bronze Star (1.5h) 420531 12:00 p.m. Parent & Tot 2/3 420540 Preschool C 420927 12:15 p.m. Swimmer 3 420592 Swimmer 4 420600 12:30 p.m. Preschool D/E 420567 Swimmer 1 420578

420614 420621 420539

420544

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!


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 Monday ..............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 420797 420799 420801 420798 420800 Barcode 420795 420796 Barcode 420917 420918

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 Barcode 420522 420523 420524 420525 420526 420527 Barcode 420521

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 # 420802 Friday 11:30 – 12:00 pm Barcode # 420803

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. – $61.71 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.

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Aquabics Monday ..........10:05 am – 11:00 am Tuesday ..........10:05 am – 11:00 am Tuesday ..............8:00 pm – 8:45 pm Thursday ........10:30 am – 11:30 am Thursday ............8:00 pm – 8:45 pm Friday ..............10:30 am – 11:30 am Aqua Extravaganza Monday ..............1:15 pm – 2:00 pm

Call Churchill Pool 577-2538 or Volunteer Pool 345-5143 if you are interested.

Volunteer Pool Community Centre Contacts Fitness Over Fifty with Lynda DePiero Email: bldipper@tbaytel.net Phone: Lynda 767-4942 Thunder Bay Judo Dojo Website: thunderbayjudo.com Facebook: Thunder Bay Judo Dojo Phone: Sensei Pat 345-9669

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

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

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

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Community Aquatics Recreational Swims For specific swim information please call Churchill Pool 577-2538 or Volunteer Pool 345-5143.

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 Swim/Lengths 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.

Swimming Rates

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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

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!

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

Book Passes: A Great Deal

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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

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.

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

Times

Cost

Special Needs Swim: This time slot is available 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


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. 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.

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

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.)

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Winter 2020 Fitness & Wellness Programs

Community Fitness & Wellness

Adult Community Fitness

Instructor: Candace Litwinenko Location: Bishop Gallagher School Wednesdays (8 weeks) Fee: $50.00 & HST January 8 to February 26 7:00 - 8:00 pm Code: 419465

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Adult Community Fitness & Wellness Programs To register call 625-(TIME) or 625-2351

Zumba toning with Share*

Functional Fitness*

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.

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: Share Smith-Baxter Location: Kingsway School (New Location) Mondays (8 Weeks) No class February 17 (Family Day) Fee: $50.00 & HST January 6 to March 2 • 5:30 - 6:30 pm Code: 419459

Senior Fitness*

Yoga Fit 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: Evelyn Harrison Location: Westmount School, 120 Begin St. W.

Instructor: Taina Chahal Location: Ecole de La Verendryre, 175 High St

Mondays and Wednesdays No class February 17 (Family Day) Fee: $89.25 & HST January 6 to March 4 • 6:45 - 7:45 pm Code: 419459

Wednesdays (8 weeks) Fee: $50.00 & HST January 8 to February 26 • 6:45 - 7:45 pm Code: 419461

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.

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Tuesdays (8 weeks) Fee: $50.00 & HST January 7 to February 25 • 7:00 - 8:00 pm Code: 419455

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.

20/20/20 Workout* Mondays

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Instructor: Stephanie Needham Location: Westmount School, 120 Begin St. W.

Mondays (8 weeks) No class February 17 (Family Day) Fee: $50.00 & HST January 6 to March 2 • 6:45 - 7:45 pm Code: 419451

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: 419479 *Classes that allow punch card users


Boulder Bear..................................................112 Cadets Canada...............................................123 CanFitPro .......................................................121 Flair Athletics .................................................110 Fort William Historical Park.............................108 Frontier College..............................................120 Giant Gymnastics...........................................110 Image Studio of Dance...................................111 Lakehead Festival of Music and the Arts.........119 Lappe Nordic Ski Club....................................116 Learn to Swim ...............................................113 Loch Lomond Snow School....................114–115 Magnus Theatre.............................................109

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Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame......118 Sew Flippin Creations ....................................122 Soengkono World Class Martial Arts ...............118 Thunder Bay Art Gallery .................................119 Thunder Bay District Health Unit.....................120 Thunder Bay Gymnastics Association .............111 Thunder Bay Junior Roller Derby Leage..........117 Thunder Bay LIteracy Group ...........................120 Thunder Bay Public Library ............................109 Thunder Bay Rowing Club ..............................118 Thunder Bay Skating Academy.......................117 Ultimate Gymnastics ......................................111 Valente’s Music..............................................119

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

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MARCH BREAK DAY CAMPS! MARCH 16 -20, 2020

JUNIOR DAY CAMP

SENIOR DAY CAMP

AGES 7-9 *Space is limited

AGES 10 -12 *Space is limited

Experience March as it was in 1816, by joining our interpreters on an exciting adventure to solve a mystery of Fort William Historical Park. Solve puzzles, take a turn at hand baking bread, be challenged with traditional snow sports, unravel the mystery of the snow maze and prove your magic powers while untangling the greatest mystery of all. As you collect clues on your adventure you will undertake many tasks which will prove if you are ready to solve the mystery of the Fort.

Journey through time with world class interpreters as you spend March Break experiencing one of a kind activities from the 1816 through to the present. Explore Fort William Historical Park while undertaking traditional snow sports, winter wilderness survival, snow sculpting, learning about animal tracks and figuring out our world famous snow maze. Try your hand at our activities in the David Thompson Astronomical Observatory by firing off rockets, building the international Space station, exploring snow packs, observing the surface of the sun with our state-of-the-art solar scopes and exploring the solar system in Virtual Reality. Every day is an adventure, are you ready?

$135/child (5 days)

$135/child (5 days)

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Look to the stars at the David Tompson Astronomical Observatory, home to one of the largest telescopes in Central Canada! Star Walks take place every Friday and Saturday evening in the months of December and February from 7pm-9pm (excluding holidays). Open to the public. Arrive early, space is limited! Adults $10, Students, Seniors & Youths $8, Children 5 and under FREE!

Register today! Download and fill out a registration form Visit www.fwhp.ca

Day Camps & Education

For convenient drop-off and pick-up, all camps run from 8:30am to 5:00pm

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER

CALL 807-473-2344 OR EMAIL RESERVATIONS@FWHP.CA Paid for by the Government of Ontario

Fort William Historical Park 1350 King Road t Thunder Bay


This is a great way for children to develop self-expression and creativity while building their self-confidence. Students will explore improvisation, story-telling, creative movement, music and imaginative theatre games. The session concludes with a performance for invited family and friends.

TECHNICAL THEATRE FOR TEENS (Ages 14 – 19)

$249

Wednesday, March 18th – Wednesday, May 27th

+ $10 Equipment Kit

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Are you interested in learning what happens behind the scenes? Technical theatre is an integral part of what we do at Magnus. Get involved in stagecraft, exploring scenic design and construction, painting and prop making. This program coincides with our production projects so that practical skills are developed through real experience. Recommended that students are able to lift 30 pounds.

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$115

Saturday, January 11th – March 7th (no class Feb. 15th) @ 10:00 am - 11:15 am (ages 6-8) / 11:30 am - 12:45 pm (ages 9-12)

SCRIPT WORK AND ANALYSIS (Ages 16+) $250 Saturday, January 11th – February 29th 1:00 – 2:30 pm This eight-week course will explore the intricacy of script analysis and stagecraft. Emphasis is placed on finding compelling objectives, playing those objectives truthfully and learning how to stage scenes effectively. Instructor Andrew Cecon has been performing in theatre, television and film in Winnipeg and across Western Canada for over 15 years. He held the position of Artistic Director for Shakespeare in the Ruins for three years. Recent credits include Magnus Theatre's BANG BANG and MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET, and Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre's MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET. TO REGISTER, VISIT MAGNUSTHEATRE.COM/EDUCATION OR CALL 345-5552 Please note: Class fees are non refundable *Plus tax where applicable

Your hub for learning

Readers are Leaders matches children in grades 1 - 3 with a volunteer to read together and enjoy Iun activities that Euild con¿dence and interest in the joy of reading! This one-hour weekly session is offered at 5:30 pm or 6:30 pm at Brodie or Waverley. Volunteer or register for this program online at www.tbpl.ca/readersareleaders, or call or visit Waverley 684-6816 or Brodie 624-4208. Mondays @ Brodie Community Hub January 20 - March 9 (no meeting Feb. 17)

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345-8275

Thursdays @ Waverley Community Hub January 23 - March 12

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MAGNUS MINIS/YOUTH (Ages 6 – 8 and Ages 9 -12)

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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.

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New 10 week Terms! Register today Bounce your way to Giant Gymnastics today!

www.giantgymnastics.ca Programs Offered: Gymnastics x Rhythmic Gymnastics x Tumbling x Trampoline / Foam Pit x Ninja Zone x Drop In Classes x Birthday Parties x March Break Camp x PA Day Programs x Summer Camp x The highest Level NCCP certified gymnastics coaches in Thunder Bay

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Giant Gymnastics is Northwestern Ontario's largest gymnastic facility offering a wide rage of programs to suit a busy families schedule Exclusive home of

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


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THUNDER BAY GYMNASTICS ASSOCIATION

The Only Not-For-Profit Gymnastics Club in Town! REGISTRATION FOR WINTER SESSION (JAN-MAR) 5% EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT STARTS NOVEMBER 1ST!

Toddler Classes

Recreational Classes

Advanced Classes

Birthday Parties

Drop-in Sessions

Adult Gymnastics

Adaptive Gymnastics

School Electives

Tumbling & Trampoline

Competitive Boys & Girls

Register For Our All New Winter Session The BEST Instruction in: • Gymnastics • Parkour – TBay’s Original • Tumbling • Birthdays • Private Lessons

Follow us on social media

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

Image Studio of Dance Northwestern Ontario Freedom for All to Dance

All Classes start week of Jan. 13, 2020! START DATES TO BE CONFIRMED BY INSTRUCTORS

FAMILIES NEW Move and Groove - 6 weeks • Mondays 6:15-7pm • $90 per family (children ages 4-12)

NEW Yoga & Meditative Movement - 10 weeks • Tuesdays 6-7pm • $140 or register for occasional class @ $15 each Freedom & Flow Meditative Movement - 10 weeks • Wednesdays 12-1pm • $140 or register for occasional class @ $15 each Improvisation Thursdays 6–7pm • $120 Jan-June Contemporary Dance & Creative Movement - Thursdays 7:15–8:15pm • $120 Jan-June

WORKSHOPS - to be announced

STUDIO 1315 Crawford Ave. (corner of Frances St.)

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imagestudioofdance@gmail.com

(807) 628–4657

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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.

Group Lesson Pricing

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

1 Lesson Pass

$ 25.00

Add Lift Ticket/Rental $15.00/$15.00 per lesson

5 Lesson Pass

$ 112.50

Add Lift Ticket/Rental $12.50/$12.50 per lesson

10 Lesson Pass

$ 200.00

Add Lift Ticket/Rental

All Prices are subject to HST

$10.00/$10.00 per lesson

Weekly Group Lesson Schedule Beginning December 21, 2019

Lil’ Riderz

Appropriate for;

Never-evers to Intermediate

group lessons ski only

Saturdays

12:30PM-2:30PM

Sundays

12:30PM-2:30PM

Ages 4-7

Learn to Ride

Appropriate for;

Never-evers

group lessons ski or snowboard

Saturdays

10:00AM-12:00PM

Level 1

Sundays

10:00AM-12:00PM

Ages 7-13

Learn to Ride

Appropriate for;

Beginner to Advanced

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6:00PM-8:00PM *Available to Level 3 and up only

Saturdays

10:00AM-12:00PM 12:30PM-2:30PM

Sundays

10:00AM-12:00PM 12:30PM-2:30PM

Full Senderz Ages 14+

Levels 2-8

Ages 7-13

Appropriate for;

Adults; Never-Evers to Intermediate

group lessons ski or snowboard

Fridays

6:00PM-8:00PM

Saturdays*

10:00AM-12:00PM

Ages 14+

*every-other week

If these group lesson don’t work for you or you want to learn in a more private environment, schedule One on One or Private Group lessons when it works for you!


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Specials! Never Ever Days

includes lift ticket and rental

Appropriate for;

group lesson ski or snowboard

add on afternoon session $25

Never-evers

December 28&29, 2019 10:00AM-12:00PM Ages 9-Adult

January 25&26, 2020 10:00AM-12:00PM February 22&23, 2020 10:00AM-12:00PM

Contact us for ski vs board dates

March 14&15, 2020 10:00AM-12:00PM PA Day Program Includes a meal, lift ticket rentals are available for $15 for participants lesson not included

$40 per person supervised fun day

Friday, January 24, 2020 9:00AM-4:00PM

One Day Programs

For Participants who have never skied or snowboarded before! befo

$35 per person

COMMUNITY GROUPS

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

participants must ski or board without assistance

Friday, February 28, 2020 9:00AM-4:00PM

Winter Break Program

Early Drop-off 9:00AM

December 30, 2019 to January 4, 2020

Morning Session 10:00AM-12:00PM

March Break Program Afternoon Session 12:30PM-2:30PM March 16, 2020 to March 20, 2020 Supervised Free-Ski 3:00PM-4:00PM

School Break Programs Pricing Sign up for the whole program with these prices or use lesson passes to pick and choose what to attend

Ages 4-6 Afternoon only skiing only Ages 7-13 Add these to your School Break Program as required

$115.00

Morning or Afternoon

$100.00

Morning and Afternoon

$180.00

Add Early Drop Off $25.00 Add Supervised Free Ski $50.00 Add Rental Equipment $50.00

Children 5 and under are eligible for free lift tickets

Add Lift Tickets $50.00

To register for any Loch Lomond Snow School program, visit lochlomond.ca or contact us at (807)475-7787

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School Break Programs run Monday-Friday

School Break Programs

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Winter Rowing Training with the Thunder Bay Rowing Club

Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame & Museum

Ergs (rowing machines) are one of the most misused pieces of training equipment in the gym! Exhibits Sports Library Archives for Research Education Programs

Let Thunder Bay Rowing Club teach you to erg properly, avoid injury, and train like an athlete! Receive lessons and programing from our experienced coaches for as little as $3.47 an hour! Location: Hammarskjold High School Times: Tuesday & Thursday 7:00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 9:00 pm December 3, 2019 â&#x20AC;&#x201C;April 23, 2020 (Closed during school holidays) Cost: $10 for one session $75 for a 10 session punch card $250 for the whole winter season

Celebrating Sports History OPEN YEAR ROUND

No previous experience necessary! Indoor shoes required. Water bottle recommended Contact Us: Thunderbayrowingclub.com tbayrowing@hotmail.com (807)622-1044 Facebook: Thunder Bay Rowing Club Instagram: thunderbayrowingclub

Tuesday to Saturday

12 - 5 pm NOMINATE an Athlete, Builder or Team Nomination Deadline: January 31st

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

   

     

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Festival • Instruments Rentals • Aptitude Tests & Progress Report Cards Theory and Graded Exams • Contemporary, Classical and Live Performance Instruction • Adult Program, Popular Music, etc. • Conservatory Quality Programs • Lessons Tailored to Individual Needs

Music is Magic - It Builds Character and Creates Confidence Music Lessons • Sales • Live Entertainment • DJ Service • Rentals • Repairs • Karaoke • Sound & Lighting Production • Stage Rentals • School Band Instruments Rent to Buy • LED Screen • Wireless Mics • Projector Screens

78 South Algoma Street

(807) 626–3499 website www.valentesmusic.com email: valentes@tbaytel.net

of Music and the Arts Dance:

March 26 – 29, 2020 Instrumental: April 17 – 25, 2020 Deadline: February 2, 2020 Check out the website for Syllabus and contact information. www.tbmusicfestival.com

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MUSICAL INSTRUCTION Drums • Piano • Keyboard • Guitar • Bass • Trumpet • Flute • Sax • Mandolin • Banjo • Vocal • Accordion • Violin • Clarinet

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THUNDER BAY LITERACY GROUP

ADULT LEARNING CENTRE

FREE HELP: FOR ADULTS IN

READING

WRITING

COMPUTERS

MATH

TRADES EXAMS

GED PREP

Interested In Improving Your Skills?

Start Any Time - Call 475-7211

For more information, visit us online at www.tblg.org

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In Store Rental of: Long Arm Quilting Machines * Sewing Machines * Embroidery Machines * Craft Cutting Machines

Providing training and education on proper machine operation as well as instruction, guidance and support as you work on your own project.

Rates by the Hour or the Day * Bulk Rates Available

sewflippincreations.com 807 767 2646 * sewflippincreations@gmail.com

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County Fair Mall across from Fabricland

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JOIN THE FUN!

HMCS GRIFFON Ages 9–12 Wednesdays 6:45–8:45

ROYAL CANADIAN SEA CADET CORPS 42 VINDICTIVE Ages 12–18 Thursdays 6:45–9:15

125 N. Algoma St.

For more information about our programs please visit www.thundernavyleaguecadets.com

or call: 345–5109

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NAVY LEAGUE CADET CORPS 28 THUNDER

Sponsored by the Superior Shores Gaming Association

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DEADLINE DATE FOR THE SPRING ISSUE IS JAN. 3, 2020 Culture

Sports

Chaban Ukrainian Dance Assoc.......................344-3993 Magnus Theatre Company NW Incorporated ...345-5552 Sounds of Superior Chorus .............................475-5173 Zorya Ukrainian Dance Assoc..........................577-2100

Badminton Thunder Bay .................................577-1324 Giant Gymnastics............................................683-3730 Lappe Nordic Ski Club ....................................344-1973 Loch Lomond Ski Area....................................475-7787 Northwestern Sports Hall of Fame...................622-2852 Thunder Bay Gymnastics Association..............628-8474 Thunder Bay Skating Academy ......................622-7758 Ultimate Gymnastics.......................................344-3547

Recreation Fort William Historical Park .............................473-2344 Laughter Yoga.................................................933-4815

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Thunder Bay Literacy Group............................475-7211 Thunder Bay Public Library.............................345-8275 Valenteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Music ..............................................626-3499

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