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ATMOSPHERE LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

Dylan Bartlett / Progressive Results Group............................. 04

A MESSAGE FROM MAYOR SUE PATERSON

AROUND TOWN

Community Updates . . ............................................................. 06

ARTS & LITERATURE Norma Graham / Hanover Public Library .............................. 08

FINANCIAL ADVICE Karen Leitch / H&R Block .. .................................................... 10

FOOD & DRINK Curtis Schmaltz / MacLean's Ales .. ......................................... 13

HERITAGE HANOVER Al Morrow / Town Historian .................................................. 14

HOME & DECOR Heather Smillie / House Rules. . ............................................... 16

SENIORS & RETIREMENT Jennifer Ryckman / Rivera ..................................................... 17

YOUTH & COMMUNITY Jacinda Rudolph / Launch Pad YATC. . ................................... 18

PARKS, RECREATION & CULTURE GUIDE Volume 1 / 2017.......................................... 19

Welcome to the first edition of Atmosphere! I hope you will enjoy this new and exciting initiative from Progressive Results Group. Atmosphere promises to be a tremendous resource for anyone working, living in, or visiting Hanover. For so many local and regional residents and businesses, Hanover has become the go-to place for shopping, dining, recreation, education, healthcare, entertainment, and just to “get things done.” Atmosphere will highlight many of the services, programs and events that make our community your destination. Atmosphere is also a lifestyle magazine that celebrates living in Hanover. I encourage you to get in touch with PRG if you have a particular talent, interest, or an interesting story to share. Each edition promises to be unique as it brings together everything we want to know about Hanover and the people that make us exceptional. Enjoy! Mayor Sue Paterson


LETTER FROM THE EDITOR WELCOME TO ATMOSPHERE Dylan Bartlett // Progressive Results Group Hi, I’m Dylan. I’m the Owner of Progressive Results Group, the areas largest Full Service Marketing company. For more thoughts and updates, head over to my blog at www.dylanbartlett.com

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I want to thank the amazing staff at

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the Hanover Recreation Department

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for helping get all the content together!

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people described the “feel” of Hanover,

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lot happening locally, I challenge you

Grab a cup of coffee, sit back, relax and

With so much local talent, so many

to get outside and explore. Either on

enjoy Atmosphere!

great businesses and so much going

the trails, or in the streets. Walking or

on, the content was easy to find. We

shopping, you won’t be disappointed

Until next time.

wanted Atmosphere to be filled with

by the fresh air, beautiful scenery and

great information, written by local

friendly people.

people and big bold photography, for a

Finally, thank you to the amazing

a warm and welcoming town, with a great atmosphere.

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AROUND TOWN WARM AND WELCOMING Hanover is brimming with great community groups and organizations. Check out what some of them have been up to, and don't forget to support your local businesses!

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What's Happening @ WES For Youth Online

The Grey Bruce School of Dance is a reputable institution, well known for its disciplined and energetic environment. Directed by dedicated parent volunteers, GBSD has served the communities of Hanover, Brockton, West Grey, and surrounding areas for over 50 years by providing a progressive venue of quality dance instruction. With a goal to enhance the artistic quality of the region and a recognition of the importance of technique and creativity, GBSD strives to maintain high quality instruction through their experienced teachers, while offering affordable classes to children, teens, and adults. Students develop coordination, posture, and a strong sense of rhythm as GBSD strives to produce dedicated and disciplined dancers who possess an overall joy of interpreting and moving to music. Excessive emphasis is not placed on exams or competitions but rather on the love of dance, for its art and its beauty, enriching and broadening the lives of students through various dance forms. GBSD believes that dance is a universal art form and should be available to anyone regardless of size, age, or talent. Learn more at www. greybrucedance.com or on Facebook. Join GBSD at their Annual Spring Recital ‘Dancepiration’ at the Hanover Theatre, May 5, 6, & 7. Watch social media for more information as the date approaches.

With 2016 just coming to a close the office at WES For Youth Online is a buzz with big plans for 2017. The WES Crew (our Youth Advisory Committee) is looking to expand their core group into younger years and broadening the scope of young people. They are in the midst of planning youth workshops, fundraisers and promoting WES For Youth Online and good mental health tips. Of course with everything we do here at WES For Youth we are always in need of volunteers to help at events, in and around the office, and with our WES Crew. This coming spring we will be holding our first Community Walk with WES... For Youth Mental Health. If you are interested in participating or volunteering please contact the WES For Youth Office at 519-507-3737 or office@wesforyouthonline.ca.

YMCA OF OWEN SOUND GREY BRUCE 425 10th Street, Unit 7, Hanover, Ontario p. (519)364-3163 w. ymcaowensound.on.ca YMCA Employment Services is where employers find employees. We’ll help you get the training, skills and experience you need to achieve your career goals. Receive One-On-One Job Search Assistance Register with an Employment Advisor to receive personalized job search assistance. Find out how an Employment Ontario program can help you find employment. FREE Access to Job Seeker Tools and Services Stop by one of our Resource Centres to access computers, internet, photocopy, fax and phone. Complete a career assessment, browse current employment opportunities or attend a workshop. Get Help to Create or Update your Resume. Our staff is available to assist anyone looking for work with a resume, cover letter and online applications. No appointment necessary, drop in today! ATMOSPHERE / 6


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G N I M O C L E W

Community Living Hanover offers a wide range of programs

individual and community, and have provided a number

to assist individuals with a developmental disability. Our

of valuable employment opportunities to individuals we

focus is to provide holistic supports and to help facilitate

support.

opportunities, which enable people to live, work and become

Alongside our employment assistance role, our activities

active participants within their community.

programs, such as music therapy, swimming, bowling, and

At Community Living Hanover we are proud of our past and

yoga, are an absolute success amongst our Leisure Program

present success within our Employment Support Program.

participants. These programs also focus on the individual’s

We work diligently, alongside our Community Partners, to

goals and interests with more of an emphasis on social

provide meaningful employment opportunities which meet

community based activities.

the needs of both the employer and employee. As an agency,

We want to recognize and thank all of our partners

we are privileged to see working relationships develop and

and volunteers, for helping us foster great community

self-confidence and pride grow within those who have found

relationships and we look forward to working with the

meaningful employment.

community to explore many more opportunities to engage

Our programs are centred around each person's goals,

our supported individuals. We welcome the opportunity to

ensuring that everyone has an equal opportunity to

further this goal and assist the community in recognizing

participate, to the best of their abilities, have fun and learn.

the rewards that can come from developing these

We are grateful for our community partnerships. These

relationships and our Mission of INCLUSION FOR ALL.

partners understand the value of our programs, to both the

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ARTS & LITERATURE WHAT'S HAPPENING AT THE LIBRARY Norma Graham // Hanover Public Library

It may surprise you to think of a public

How many older folks have enjoyed

have been touched and minds that have

library as an exciting place, but why

reading books selected from the shelves?

been inspired by the library’s services in

not? Think of the library as a force for

As the main tourism information source

its 110-year history.

social change. Think of it as a cultural

in town, how many visitors have been

wellspring, a place for inspiration and a

directed to their destinations? We can

Although the role of the library has

lively exchange of ideas. Think of it as a

only guess at the thousands of lives that

place to discover knowledge and recover your sense of wonder. Millionaire philanthropist Andrew Carnegie once said that "a library outranks any other one thing a community can do to benefit its people. It is a never failing spring in the desert." Carnegie certainly walked the talk – he donated over $56 million to build

changed quite a bit in this Information Age, it remains vital to the people of

ATMOSPHERE BLURB PUBLIC LIBRARY Hanover Public"THE Library IS A LIVING FORCE FOR

Top Ten Popular Books at the Library EDUCATION, CULTURE

2,509 libraries throughout the world.

1. James Patterson, “Cross the Line”

In the early 20th century, the newly

2. Ann Cleeves, “Cold Earth”

incorporated Town of Hanover received a Carnegie grant, and the library that was

AND INFORMATION.”

3. Richard Wagamese, “Embers: One Ojibway's

built can still be seen today, melded into

Meditations”

the Hanover Civic Centre.

4. Gulwali Passarlay, “The Lightless Sky: a twelve-year-

Over the years, the Hanover Public Library has been that never failing

old refugee's harrowing escape from Afghanistan”

spring for several generations. It is

5. Patricia Cornwell, “Chaos”

integral to the cultural life of the

6. David Baldacci, “No Man’s Land”

community. How many children have been motivated to learn to read with library books? How many students have used library collections to do research? How many young families have searched

7. Stephanie Meyer, “The Chemist” 8. Lee Child, “Night School: a Jack Reacher novel” 9. Jeffrey Archer, “This Was a Man: the final volume of

for help with child-rearing or home

the Clifton Chronicles”

renovations or how to cook healthy meals

10. Michael Connelly, “The Wrong Side of Goodbye”.

on a budget, and found it in the library?

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our town. The Internet computers and

and downloadable audiobooks via our

making and cultural development of the

WiFi are free to use by all who enter

website, hanoverlibrary.ca.

individual and social groups.

the library. Staff and volunteers at

Yes, the library has moved with the

…the public library (is) a living force for

times. But what a library ultimately

education, culture and information, and

means to the community remains

an essential agent for the fostering of

consistent. UNESCO’s 1994 Public

peace and spiritual welfare through the

Library Manifesto expressed it well:

minds of men and women."

"The public library, the local gateway to

The Hanover Public Library invites you

knowledge, provides a basic condition for

to be part of something great. We’ll see

lifelong learning, independent decision-

you there. //

the library have helped hundreds of people to use the internet, gadgets, and devices, free of charge. Over 3500 DVDs and 1300 audiobooks on CD are available for members to borrow, in addition to books and magazines. Library members can have free access to e-books

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FINANCIAL ADVICE SOLD YOUR HOME THIS YEAR? HERE’S HOW IT COULD CHANGE YOUR TAX RETURN Karen Leitch // H&R Block

If you packed up and sold your Home

residence exemption in the year they sell

accepted in a few instances, for example,

Sweet Home (a.k.a. your principal

it, unless they were a resident in Canada

if the circumstances of designating the

residence), there are some new things

in the year they bought it. This change

sale properly were out of your control.

to know when it comes to your taxes.

will help crack down on shady behaviour

Forgetting to designate can be a costly

Whether you moved down the street or

from non-resident purchasers and real

mistake, as there’s a penalty that’s equal

across the country, the Canada Revenue

estate vendors.

to whatever is less: $8,000; or $100 for

Agency (CRA) wants to stay in-the-loop,

What info do I need to report the

every complete month that the request

sale? The CRA will need just a few

is late.

details: the year you purchased the

The good news? The CRA understands

What is the Principal Residence

property, how much you sold it for, and a

that it might take a little while for

Exemption? If you own your home and

description of the property.

taxpayers to catch on. They’ve decided

are living there 24/7, it’s your principal

Where should I report my sale? There

there will be a communication period

so you’ll need to report the sale on this year’s return.

residence in the eyes of the CRA. The exemption means that when you’re ready to sell, you won’t have to pay taxes on any capital gains on the sale, as long as you were more or less living at the property during the whole time you owned it. What’s changing? Before the new rules, there wasn’t much you had to do when you sold a property that was your principal residence. Now you need to report both the designation and the sale on schedule 3 of your tax return. Why the change? There were a few ways that savvy real estate investors could work out a tax benefit from selling a property as their principal residence, even if they didn’t really live there. Now, when someone sells their property, they won’t be able to claim the principal

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will be space on Schedule 3 of your return to report the sale of your principal residence, even though the full capital

as people get in the swing of things this year, where the penalty for late-filing of a designation will only be assessed in

gain is still exempt from tax.

extreme cases.

I moved out and then back in. Do

Watch out for reassessments. The

I need to declare my home as my principle residence? The CRA knows that things can change and that you could live elsewhere for a while. If that’s the case, you can fill out form T2091 (IND), formally known as the Designation of a Property as a Principal Residence by an Individual. What can I do if I forget to designate the sale as a principal residence? If reporting the sale of your principal residence slips your mind, you can apply for a late designation under the taxpayer relief provisions for late, amended or revoked elections. These are only

CRA has changed the rules around how long they can wait before reassessing the sale of real estate, when it isn’t reported in the year that it takes place. They’ve extended the three-year window that existed before, so they now have more time to review the details of real estate sales. This new rule applies to any property sales, not just principal residences. So, if you sold your old home this year and want to claim the principal residence exemption, watch for more space on Schedule 3 of this year’s return. //


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FOOD & DRINK LOCAL BEER Curtis Schmaltz // MacLean's Ales

Beer is well known to the locale, but does

Neustadt Springs Brewing Ltd.

and Jubilee Amber Lager are available in

the locale know about its beer?

This historic brewery formerly know as

both the LCBO and Beer Stores. Address:

The sudsy beverage is on the rise with

Crystal Springs Brewery was rescued

90 King St E, Thornbury, ON N0H 2P0

and restored by owners Andrew and

Tobermory Brewing Co. and Grill

many microbreweries starting up daily. In fact there are 255 breweries in Ontario, which are broken into two sectors: brick-and-mortar (201) and contract (54). In 2016 there were 57 new breweries launched. So you don’t have to travel far to enjoy a local craft beer. The term “craft brewing” came from the microbrewing movement of the late 20th century. It applies to relatively small, independently - owned commercial breweries that use traditional brewing methods, while emphasizing flavour and quality. Bruce and Grey County alone have 6 breweries, and at least 1 in the planning. Here is a breakdown of each brewery: Maclean’s Ales Co-founders Michael D’Agnillo and Curtis Schmalz teamed up with historic Brewmaster Charles MacLean to build a brewery in 2014, which is located in Hanover. Charles is revered as a pioneer to the Ontario craft beer scene dating back to the early 1980’s. British style beers mixed with new era influence keeps this brewery traditional and modern at the same time. Beers include Porter, Scotch Ale, IPA, Stout, ESB, Session IPA, and their flagships Pale Ale and Farmhouse Blonde which are also available in the LCBO and Beer Stores. Address: 52 – 14th Avenue, Hanover, ON N4N 3V9

Val Stimpson in 1997. Their passion and efforts for almost two decades have contributed to the growth of the craft beer movement in Ontario. Beers include Stout, Porter, Bitter, Lager, and their staples such as 10w30 Brown Ale, Scottish Pale Ale, and 456 Marzen Lager which are also available in the LCBO. Address: 456 Jacob St, Neustadt, ON N0G 2M0 Kilannan Brewing Company Founded in 2012 by Brewmaster and owner Spencer Wareham, who crafted his skills through prestigious schools in both Chicago and Germany. The name comes from his family farm that is situated between Kilsyth and Annan. Beers include stout, pale ale, red ale, dunkel, bavarian lager, barrel aged stout, and his staples Alt and Kolsch are also available in the LCBO and Beer Stores. Address: 103015 Grey County Rd 18, Owen Sound, ON N4K 5N6 Thornbury Village Brewery Formerly known as King Brewery in Nobleton, was purchased by Colio Estate Wines and relocated to the village of Thornbury in 2016. They transformed a century old historic building into a unique retail and hospitality area. Beers include Blue Mountain Lager, Dark Horse Lager that is available at Beer Stores, plus its Pick Up Truck Pilsner,

Located at the northern tip of the Bruce Peninsula, it’s situated in the village of Tobermory over looking the harbour. It opened in April 2015 by husband and wife team Kristin and Matthew Buckley, and has been serving delicious food and beer since. Beers include IPA, Stout, Porter, other ales, and their flagship lager. Address: 28 Bay St, Tobermory, ON N0H 2R0

“THE SUDSY BEVERAGE IS ON THE RISE WITH MANY MICROBREWERIES STARTING UP DAILY.” Outlaw Brew Company Also located in Bruce County and opened in 2015, and is owned and operated by Deborah Leon and Andrew Woodley. The brewery is attached to a restaurant and bottle shop that serves many tourists and locals. Beers include a Lagered Ale, Dark Ale, Wheat Ale and their flagship “Bronco” Pale Ale which is available in the LCBO. Address: 196 High St, Southampton, ON N0H 2L0 Grey Matter Beer Co Slated to open late summer of 2017 in Kincardine by owner Michael Hueftlein. Address: 726 Queen St; Kincardine, ON N2Z 1Z8. // 13


HERITAGE HANOVER THE CLIP-CLOP OF THE MILKMAN’S HORSE Al Morrow // Town Historian

One of the most familiar images of

close friends with our family.

He would carry a selection of various

my childhood, which always comes to

If we were downtown shopping, we often

commodities to the door in a fairly

my mind when I think back on those carefree, happy days sixty years ago, is that of the milkman and his horse.

would stop in to say “hello” to Clarence at the dairy. The office was located at the front corner of the building and

large, wire basket, which always looked heavy to me, especially when it was full. The milk was in glass bottles with the “Hanover Dairy Co-op” right on the

Of course, milk delivery was not a new

there was a glass case to display all the

activity and it had gone on in our town

products for sale. A door leading to the

long before my memories begin. Nor

dairy was always open and through it

was the Hanover Dairy and Poultry

you could glimpse the various machinery

Cooperative, formed in 1947, the first

for churning the butter, pasteurizing

business to promote and execute the

and bottling the milk and grading

delivery of fresh, farm produce. There

and packaging the eggs. The dairy

were individuals and other dairies that

always had a clean, watery smell to it.

did just that before the founding of the

I remember once, as a very small boy,

milk.

dairy co-op.

Clarence lifting me up to look into the

This was “whole” milk and you could

The above business of which I write was

huge vat for churning the butter. He then

see the cream, which seemed to float on

took me by the hand and we went back

the top near the neck of the bottle. My

into the office and I sat on a chair with

mother would often carefully pour the

my feet dangling and he placed a bottle

cream off to use with coffee or tea etc.

of chocolate milk in my hand with a

The rest of the milk was still plenty rich

straw in the top.

enough. It took a lot of milk for three

The delivery of milk out to the homes

kids in our house and my mother would

located on 9th Avenue just north of the main street. The dairy building, itself,

“THE MILK WAS IN GLASS BOTTLES WITH THE “HANOVER DAIRY CO-OP” ON THE FRONT.” was eventually converted to apartments and it burned quite a number of years ago now. Today, a larger, newer apartment complex stands on the site. Mr. Clarence Metcalfe was the manager of the dairy from 1947 until sometime in the 1960s. He and his wife, Vera, lived in our neighbourhood right on the County Line (7th Avenue) and were particularly

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was by horse and wagon. This hardly seems possible or even probable only sixty years ago, but that was the case. In my time, the wagon was really a closedin, roofed vehicle with rubber tires. It had a door on each side and plenty of room in the interior to stand up. It was also open at the back and another opening at the front allowed for the reins

front. They were sealed with cardboard caps about the size of today’s loonie. You could lift the little tab in the middle of the cap to reveal a small hole into which a straw could be inserted or the tab could be used to pull the whole cap off the bottle, if you were going to pour the

put the empty bottle out on the porch every day. She would leave a note for the milkman and money in the bottle. A little while later, she would go out and get a new, full bottle and anything else she had purchased and bring it inside. The change, if any, was always placed carefully on the cap of the bottle. No need to worry about money disappearing

to control the horse and, of course, for

– not in those days.

vision ahead.

Winter was more of a problem. My

The milkman carried milk (quarts,

mother would always want me to shovel

pints), cream (pints), butter and eggs.

the porch off and make a path for the


milkman. There was no difficulty in

Mr. Harold Fleet was the milkman in

horses simply did that sort of thing –

setting out empty bottles but the full

our neighbourhood and he was always

nothing bad about it – just “natural”. But

milk bottle on the porch in winter

very friendly and accommodating.

this particular animal would do it every

could do some strange things. We had

Another well-known milkman in town

day at the foot of our driveway and that

to be more vigilant and get the milk in

was John Harvie and there were others

really provoked mother. My dad would

quickly. More than once the milk had

too. Mom always thought a lot of Mr.

come home from work with the truck and

frozen and a column of white, ice milk

Fleet and used to make some kind of

drive through it and track it right up to

had pushed the cap right out of the bottle

little package of goodies for him to take

the garage. I guess I could understand

and was sticking up several inches. At

home at Christmas.

her frustration, although, there were

least, the flimsy, cardboard lid would

While mother got along well with the

some folks who would scoop it up with

give way and so prevent the bottle from shattering. Sometimes the milkman would leave the bottle between the two doors. It must have been a cold, hard job for the milkman on those freezing winter days. I’m sure that he would often have to make another trip back to the wagon, if he didn’t bring the right stuff or if the household needed extra of something. My mother later devised a sign she could put in the window, which told the milkman exactly what she needed. He always appreciated this and told her so on more than one occasion..

milkman, she did not get along so

a shovel for their gardens. They didn’t

famously with his horse. To me, this

mind a bit.

horse and milk wagon were part of the

The horse’s appearance, I don’t recall in

everyday fun of childhood. As a little

great detail – it could have been gray or

boy, I, once or twice got a ride on the

white, but I do remember it had an old

wagon as it came down the street, but

straw hat with its ears sticking through

my mother didn’t encourage this as she

it. By virtue of the job, the horse’s pace

maintained that Mr. Fleet didn’t need

was always fairly slow and it seemed

children interfering with his work.

to know just about where to stop on its

One particularly annoying habit the

own. As the milkman made his trips

horse had was to leave his droppings here and there. Bad habit was my mother’s words for it but in my mind,

to the doors, the horse would patiently wait. Often Mr. Fleet would move along a row of houses and then the horse would dutifully follow. I don’t know if he had a way to signal the horse to move on or if the animal was smart enough to do it on its own. Eventually, for a few years, the horse and wagon were replaced by a truck. I distinctly remember Mr. Fleet saying that he often wished he had the horse back as the trucks were mechanically always breaking down. Start and stop driving was hard of them. Sadly, daily milk delivery died as refrigeration in stores improved. I miss the milkman and I miss those quiet days when there was less noise and traffic. I’d give a lot to go back for one day to see the milkman making his rounds and hear the gently “clip-clop” of that old horse. //

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HOME & DECOR SPRING SPRUCE UP Heather Smillie // House Rules Design Shop

“REVITALISING YOUR ROOM WILL INEVITABLY REVITALIZE YOU!”

Can't wait for spring? We can't control

that could use an infusion of design

mother nature but we can inject some

and give it a makeover. From painting

spring inside the home with spring

your walls and freshening the space, to

cleaning our décor! Here are some ideas

new flooring or countertops or finally

to get a little bit of sunshine in the house.

adding that backsplash you have been

Toss out the old cushions and add

contemplating, revitalising your room

COLOR to your home and life with new toss cushions!!! Pillows are a quick and

will inevitably revitalize you! You will be amazed how great you feel in your fresh

fun solution to the blahs with some

new room that reflects your personality.

instant gratification. Whether you sew

Don't forget to make that room your own

them yourself, or select fabric and have

by adding drapes, artwork, changing

them made up especially for you, adding

light fixtures! Start by spring cleaning

the vibrancy of color will give you a

what you have and looking at it with

reminder of sunnier days ahead. Have

fresh eyes. When I am staging homes

fun mixing fabrics with a variety of color,

I will often "shop" right in the client's

pattern or texture to make it uniquely

home before purchasing new to see if

your own statement.

there are items we can give a second life

Small reno time! These months are the

to.

perfect time to tackle those smaller

This is also the best time to look at a

renovation projects that we put off! Get

bathroom renovation. New tiles and

a lift in your spirits by selecting a room

materials are making their debut at this time of year and contractors have more flexibilty in their schedule to take on your projects. Plumbing faucets are like the finishing touch of jewelry and can be switched to reflect your changing design style. Whether it is a quick refresh or a major renovation having the bathroom of your dreams is gratifying! Working on your home which is a reflection of you and your personality is rejuvenating and rewarding.

13555 Bruce Road 10 RR#3 Hanover, ON p. 226.434.1234 ATMOSPHERE / 16

Taking this time when we are primarily indoors and making the most of it by spending this time on our homes gets us through the dull months and our home ready for spring! //


WELCOME TO THE LONG TERM CARE HOME

The Village

101 10th Street, Hanover ON | 519.364.4320 | reveraliving.com

SENIORS & RETIREMENT PRIME RETIREMENT LIVING IN THE HEART OF HANOVER Jennifer Rychman // Lifestyle Consultant - The Village

As part of the aging process, it is

Interests? People moving into the Village

full continuum of care, and should not be

important for seniors to maintain

Senior’s Community have a variety of

neglected when needing support services.

their freedom and independence while

suite layouts to choose from, each coming

remaining in proximity of care services

with different options like full kitchens,

Finally, it is important to keep busy

in case of a problem. Each town usually

elevator and wheelchair access, patios,

has a senior’s home or community, but

and more. Everyone has access to our

it is crucial that the residence offers

outdoor picnic area and gardens, and

the proper amenities, support and

indoor amenities like the club lounge

community environment.

and recreation hall. Meals and snacks

When choosing a new residence, consider

are also available throughout the day,

your needs. Living space? Limitations?

scheduled in between the frequent social events.

when living in a retirement community, and there should be lots of variety when it comes to leisure activities. At the Village, residents can enjoy a wide array of activities with friends or on their own. Whether this means spending an afternoon painting, finding a cozy spot to dig into a good book, or an evening of cards with fellow residents. The Village is

Personalized support options are

also in close proximity to the downtown

essential when choosing a Senior’s

core, where seniors are a short walk

Community, so residents and their

away from local shopping, walking trails,

PASSIONATE ABOUT

loved ones can maintain peace of mind.

and community buildings.

WHAT THEY DO, EACH

Choose a residence with genuine staff who are committed to care and service,

Meet your needs and join a retirement

“THE STAFF HERE TRULY CARE AND ARE

AND EVERY DAY.”

while working in a friendly atmosphere! Each resident should have access to a

community where you have the freedom and independence to continue to do the things you love. // 17


YOUTH & COMMUNITY EXPLORE YOUR CURIOSITY, DISCOVER YOUR NICHE, ENHANCE YOUR SKILL SET Jacinda Rudolph // Launch Pad Youth Activity & Technology Centre

Our young people matter. Their

meet the growing demand, Launch Pad

Make a Donation or Become a

experience in our region here and now

has recently converted part of existing

Sponsor - We are mostly funded

matters. Their attitude and perception

vacant space into a fully equipped and

through grants and sponsorship, your

about life, opportunity and their role in

functional regional trades and training

contribution can make a huge difference

our future matters. They will decide what

facility which includes our commercial

to the youth in our community.

communities succeed and thrive in the

training kitchen and our upcoming

coming years. Doing everything we can to

trades space. This work is driven by

support them is a given.

the need to address Grey County's

One year ago, the community celebrated

21% youth unemployment rate, noted

the grand opening of Launch Pad Youth Activity & Technology Centre – a regional skills centre for 12-18 year olds

skills gaps in the local labour force, and provide responsive programming that meets employer needs and supports skill

in Grey & Bruce Counties. It supports

developing in our youth.

youth to develop hands-on technical and

2016 was an awesome success for

life skills training and is an opportunity

Launch Pad and 2017 will be even better!

to show youth that the community is

Here’s how you can help us achieve our

supportive of their success. The Centre

important goals:

is fully accessible and to ensure that it is

Volunteer - We are always looking for

barrier free to all youth in the region, the membership fee is just five dollars.

volunteers to help with our programs. If you have a skill you would like to share

In the year since Launch Pad opened

or just want to be another set of eyes and

its doors, it has expanded exponentially

ears then please contact us.

and works to fill demand for training

Rent our space - All proceeds from our

in skilled trades, and offers event space and training space to local youth. To

space rentals go towards supporting our programs.

Some Highlights For 2017 Trades Area • Welding room sponsored by Hobart, CWA Foundation & Bruce Power opens • Expanded cooking classes • Construction trades workshops Technology and Entrepreneurship • First Robotics League • Maker space • Youth led businesses in kitchen and event space Healthy Living • Cooking Classes • Kickboxing • Yoga Arts and Culture • Music • Arts and Crafts • Live performances in our backspace Youth Engagement • Creation of our Youth Advisory Team • Rural Transportation Initiative Project begins Collaboration with post secondary institutions regarding training opportunities at Launch Pad Community Connections • Community classes for adults • Guest Chef Nights • Launch Pad spaces are available for rental Visit www.yatc.ca for more information. //

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P&H Centre

Parks, Recreation & Culture Guide Volume 1 ¡ 2017

269 7th Avenue, Hanover ON N4N 2H5 t. 519.364.2310 | f. 519.364.6643 e. hanrec@hanover.ca | w. hanover.ca

Facility Hours

March 27th - June 25th, 2017 Monday - Friday | 6:00am - 9:00pm Saturday | 7:00am - 4:00pm Sunday | 10:00am - 4:00pm

Customer Service Desk Hours Monday | 8:00am-6:00pm Tuesday to Friday | 8:00am-8:00pm Saturday & Sunday | 10:00am-3:30pm

Holiday Hours (Closed) April 14th April 16th April 17th May 22nd

Good Friday Easter Sunday Easter Monday Victoria Day

Department Contacts Parks, Recreation & Culture............................................... 20 Aquatic Centre .................................................................... 21 Pool Schedule.................................................................... 22 Swim Lesson & Program Options........................................ 24 Spring Aquatic Lessons..................................................... 25 Swim Lessons .................................................................... 26 Children's Pool Programs................................................... 27 Advanced Training & Courses ............................................ 28 Adult & Senior Programs.................................................... 30 Children's Programs ........................................................... 31 Special Events.................................................................... 32 Town of Hanover Facilities .................................................. 34 Indoor Track........................................................................ 35 Hanover Public Library....................................................... 36 Hanover Action Age - Friendly ............................................. 37 Parks, Trails, Cemetery & Outdoor Facilities ....................... 38 Culture & Heritage Services ............................................... 41 Public Works........................................................................ 43 Community Organizations.................................................. 45

Sherri Walden Director of Parks, Recreation & Culture t. 519.364.2310 x 2123 e. swalden@hanover.ca Bert Lennox Manager of Aquatics & Programs t. 519.364.2310 x 2122 e. blennox@hanover.ca Tom Karl Manager of Parks & Recreation Facilities t. 519.364.2310 x 2126 e. tkarl@hanover.ca Laura Webb Program Development Coordinator t. 519.364.2310 x 2128 e. lwebb@hanover.ca Sue Widmeyer Administrative Supervisor t. 519.364.2310 x 2135 e. swidmeyer@hanover.ca Julie Ellis Aquatic Assistant t. 519.364.2310 x 2124 e. jellis@hanover.ca


Parks, Recreation & Culture Services Online Registration - fast, easy, secure! Register online at hanover.ca/e-services or stop by our office for any recreation programs beginning: February 10th, 2017 for Hanover Residents February 17th, 2017 for Non-Residents.

Phone Registrations Phone registrations will be accepted after February 10th

About Us

Our department strives to provide quality services and functions related to parks, playgrounds, athletic fields, ball diamonds, trail system, arena, aquatic services, civic facilities, programs for various ages, community partnerships, special events, culture services, heritage, theatres and administrative operations so that our residents can enjoy the benefits of a healthy community.

(Hanover Residents) or February 18th (all other area residents) with credit card payment.

Fee Assistance Everyone should have the opportunity to participate in recreation programs! 1. Grey County Residents — Grey National Child Benefit (NCB) Reinvestment Program 519.376.0484 x 227. Forms can be obtained at the Parks, Recreation & Culture Office in Hanover or online at hanover.ca/subsidy

Stay Up To Date

For up to date information, news and events - visit our website and social media! Facebook & Twitter are updated regularly with current happenings. And everything found in this book and more is available on our website hanover.ca

2. Bruce County Residents — Bruce County Social Services 519.881.0431 or 1.800.265.3005. Forms can be obtained at the Parks, Recreation & Culture Office in Hanover or online at hanover.ca/subsidy. 3. The Town of Hanover has a subsidy program available to assist Hanover residents to take part in Parks, Recreation & Culture Department programs or services. You are encouraged to contact the Manager of Aquatics & Programs at 519.364.2310 x 2122 for further information. Program subsidization or installment payments on fees, memberships and season passes may be arranged pending approval.

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Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers play an important role in the success of programs. Hanover Parks Recreation & Culture is always looking for volunteers for special events, children’s school break programs, general programs and aquatics. Volunteers are matched to meet their individual needs or interests and are provided with supervision and training. Share your expertise, develop new skills and meet new people! Applications are available at our Customer Service Desk at the P&H Centre, or online at hanover.ca


Aquatic Centre Admission Standards Children under 10 years who are non-swimmers MUST be accompanied by an individual who is 14 years or older and responsible for their direct supervision. Max. ratio 3:1. Children under 10 years who are strong swimmers may take the facility swim test to determine if they can enter the pool by themselves. Children 7 years & under MUST be accompanied by an individual 14 years or older.

Admission Fees

*All prices include HST.

Type

1 Visit

10 Visit Pass

20 Visit Pass

6 Month Membership

1 Year Membership

Preschool (Under 4 years)

$3.75

$31.88

$60.00

$105.63

$170.87

Student (5-17 years)

$4.75

$40.38

$76.00

$163.05

$259.57

Senior (65+ years)

$4.75

$40.38

$76.00

$163.05

$259.57

Adult (18 years and older)

$5.50

$46.75

$88.00

$202.18

$339.12

Aquafit (Instuctor led)

$6.75

$60.75

$121.50

$202.18

$339.12

Family (same household, max. 5)

$12.25

$104.13

$196.00

$349.67

$568.67

Additional Family Members

$2.50 / additional person

6 MONTH PASS INCLUDES: Admission to any public swim program listed above - valid 6 months from date of purchase. YEAR MEMBERSHIP INCLUDES: Admission to any public swim program listed above plus shinny and 10% off Hanover Parks, Recreation & Culture program registration fees - valid 1 year from date of purchase.

*Family Rate - 3rd or more children in lesser valued lessons half price (includes Starfish to Swim Kids 10)

2017 Aquatic and P&H Centre Upgrades – Phase 2 The aquatic centre celebrated its’ 20th anniversary in 2016. Phase 1 work was completed in the fall of 2016 and included chemical distribution system upgrades, sauna rebuild, sound system installation, installation of new glass in the window frames and new roof. Phase 2 will be completed in 2017. An extended shutdown period will be required to complete the list of work planned. More details will be outlined in the Summer 2017 Guide.

Healthy Swimming Etiquette Shower Before You Swim Please shower with soap and warm water before entering or re-entering the pool deck. It’s clean, It’s green, it’s the law! Wear Appropriate Footwear Bring clean flip flops or sandals to wear on the pool deck. Street shoes are not permitted.

Town of Hanover

Food-Free Zone Only water is permitted on pool decks in a plastic reusable container. Prevent Pool Contamination Please refrain from feeding children or eating large meals before swimming. All swimmers are encouraged to visit the washroom before entering the pool; those without bowel control are required to wear a swim diaper.

For up to the Minute Schedule Changes!

Photographic Devices The use of any devices capable of rendering a photographic image is prohibited in the showers, changerooms, washrooms and pool area. Not Feeling Well? Swimmers should refrain from using the pool when ill, or if they have experienced diarrhea in the past week.

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Winter Schedule MONDAY

January 3rd - March 26th

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

SUNDAY

Lane Swim | Main pool, swirl-pool and sauna · Swim a loop in a slow, medium or fast lane 6:00-8:00am

11:45-12:45pm

6:00-8:00am

6:00-8:00am

6:00-8:00am

11:45-12:45pm

11:45-12:45pm

11:45-12:45pm

11:45-12:45pm

8:35-10:00pm

8:00-9:15pm

8:35-10:00pm

6:00-8:00am

7:30-9:00am 11:45-12:45pm

Aquafit | Drop-in classes! · 45 minute classes with 15 minutes at the end to enjoy sauna & swirl-pool 8:30-9:15am Deep End

8:30-9:15am

8:30-9:15am

8:30-9:15am Circuit Training

8:30-9:15am

7:30-8:15pm

7:30-8:15pm

Aqualite | Drop-in classes! 45 minute classes with 15 minutes at the end to enjoy sauna & swirl-pool 3:00-3:45pm

3:00-3:45pm

Adult N' Tot | Wading pool play time for 6 years and under with adult *No more than 3 children per adult. Little swimmers are available at the customer service desk. 11:30-12:30pm

11:30-12:30pm

11:30-12:30pm

11:30-12:30pm

11:30-12:30pm

6:30-7:30pm

Family Swim | Children under 18 must be accompanied into the pool by an adult Toonie Swim 10:30-11:30am Public Swim | Entire Pool Toonie Swim 6:45-7:45pm

Toonie Swim 6:30-7:30pm

Adult/Senior | Main pool, swirl-pool and sauna *One lane available for leisure swim only* 1:00-2:00pm (Feb 6 & 13 only)

3:00-4:00pm Deep End Only Leisure Swim

Schedule Changes Tuesday, February 14th Adult & Tot Special Event Swims 11:30am - 12:30pm Monday, February 20th Family Day "FREE" Swim Sponsored by: Edgewell Personal Care 1:00pm - 3:00pm March 13th - March 17th March Break Swims Daily 1:00pm - 3:00pm

Planning a Pool Party? Call 519.364.2310 x 2135 for more details. Rent the entire pool or wading pool only. ATMOSPHERE / 22

3:00-4:00pm

3:00-4:00pm Deep End Only Leisure Swim

Facility Swim Test The recreational swim admission standard applied to all recreational swims. Aquatic staff may ask any participant for a demonstration of swimming ability if they feel there is a question of personal safety. To successfully pass the facility swim test individuals must: • Swim on their front for one width of the pool successfully without stopping. • Must be a recognizable stroke • Ability to put face in water twice

3:00-4:00pm

1:00-3:00pm

1:00-3:00pm


Pool Schedule Spring Schedule MONDAY

March 27th - June 25th

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

SUNDAY

Lane Swim | Main pool, swirl-pool and sauna · Swim a loop in a slow, medium or fast lane *April 13 - June 1, Thurs. lane swim at 11:30-12:30pm 6:00-8:00am

11:45-12:45pm

6:00-8:00am

6:00-8:00am

6:00-8:00am

11:45-12:45pm

11:45-12:45pm

*11:45-12:45pm

11:45-12:45pm

8:35-10:00pm

8:00-9:15pm

8:35-10:00pm

6:00-8:00am

7:00-8:30am 11:45-12:45pm

Aquafit / *Aqualite* | Drop-in classes! · 45 minute classes with 15 minutes at the end to enjoy sauna & swirl-pool 8:30-9:15am 7:30-8:15pm

8:30-9:15am Deep End

8:30-9:15am

8:30-9:15am Circuit Training

8:30-9:15am

7:30-8:15pm

Aqualite | Drop-in classes! 45 minute classes with 15 minutes at the end to enjoy sauna & swirl-pool 3:00-3:45pm

3:00-3:45pm

Adult N' Tot | Wading pool play time for 6 years and under with adult *No more than 3 children per adult. Little swimmers are available at the customer service desk. 11:30-12:30pm

11:30-12:30pm

11:30-12:30pm

11:30-12:30pm

11:30-12:30pm

6:30-7:30pm

Family Swim | Children under 18 must be accompanied into the pool by an adult Toonie Swim 10:30-11:30am Public Swim | Entire Pool Toonie Swim 6:45-7:45pm

Toonie Swim 6:30-7:30pm

1:00-3:00pm

1:00-3:00pm

Adult/Senior | Main pool, swirl-pool and sauna *One lane available for leisure swim only* 3:00-4:00pm

3:00-4:00pm Deep End Only Leisure Swim

3:00-4:00pm

3:00-4:00pm Deep End Only Leisure Swim

3:00-4:00pm

Schedule Changes Sunday April 2nd Special Olympics Swim Meet 1:00-3:00pm swim cancelled Thursday April 13th Adult & Tot Special Event Swims, 11:30am-12:30pm Saturday April 15th Easter Egg Hunt at 1:00 - 3:00pm Friday April 14th, Sunday 16th & Monday 17th Pool closed, Happy Easter Monday May 22nd Pool Closed, Victoria Day Wednesday May 24th Pool Closed, from 6:30 - 10:00pm Friday June 2nd P.A. Day Swims at 1:00 - 2:30pm Sundays Toonie Family Swim at 10:30 - 11:30am

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Swim Lesson & Program Options Prescreening Times

March 27th - June 23rd, 2017 Monday to Friday 11:30am-12:30pm & Saturdays 12:00pm-1:00pm

What Level should you register in?

Staff members will evaluate your child’s swimming abilities and recommend the appropriate level. Call 519.364.2310 x 2121 to arrange a time.

Appropriate Levels

Your child’s instructor may recommend a change in level if they feel your child is not registered in an appropriate level. Staff reserve the right to move a child if circumstances dictate.

Private & Semi-Private Lessons Private and semi-private lessons are available for swimmers who need assistance mastering a particular skill or stroke. A few lessons with private instruction will leave the individual ready to continue with group lessons. All lessons are 30 minutes in length. To arrange private or semi-private lessons call the Aquatic Centre at 519.364.2310 x 2124. Private

Per Lesson

5 Lessons

9 lessons

$38.33 $133.28 $179.28

Semi-Private $31.89

$100.45 $125.55

Starfish (Tots 1) 4-12 months Introduction to PFD’s. Creative water exploration for toddlers & their parents includes buoyancy, movement, entries, songs & play in the water.

Swim Kids 1 6+ years

Duck (Tots 2) 12-24 months

Front glide 10m, back glide 5m, roll-over glide 5m, front swim 5m, distance swim 10m

Movement through water, front & back floats (assisted) entries, intro to PFD & me, songs & play.

Turtle (Tots 3) 24-36 months

Front & back floats, front & back glides (assisted) front swim (assisted) kicking with buoyant aid 2m

Sea Otter 1 (You & Me) 3-5 years

Parents to accompany child in the water for the first 5 classes. Develops swimming skills, front & back floats, front glide 3 sec unassisted, back glide assisted

Sea Otter 2 (Just Me) 3-5 years

Develops swimming skills, front & back floats, front glide 3 seconds unassisted, back glide assisted.

Salamander 3-5 years

Front & back glides 5m, front & back floats deep 5 sec., side glide 2m, front swim 5m, distance swim 5m

Sunfish 3-5 years

Front & back glides 5m, front & back floats deep 5 sec., side glide 2m, front swim 5m, distance swim 5m

Crocodile 3-5 years

Front & back glides 7m, side glide 5m, front swim 5m, back swim 5m, distance swim 10m

Whale 3-5 years

Front, back and side glide with kick 10m, front swim 10m, back swim 10m, distance swim 15m

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Submersion, front & back floats 3 sec. front & back glides 3 sec., front swim 5m, distance swim 5m

Swim Kids 2 6+ years

Swim Kids 3 6+ years

Front glides 15m, back, side & front/side glide combo 10m, front swim 10m, distance 15m

Swim Kids 4 6+ years

Kneeling dives, surface support 45 sec. front/side glide combo 15m, back 15m, distance swim 25m

Swim Kids 5 6+ years

Front & back crawl 15m, whip kick on back 10m, tread water 1min, stride dive, distance swim 50m

Swim Kids 6 6+ years

Front & back crawl 25m, EBS 15m, front dive, treading water 1.5min, distance 75min

Swim Kids 7 6+ years

Front & back crawl 50m, EBS 25m, front scull 15m, whip kick on front 15m, distance swim 150m

Swim Kids 8 6+ years

Front & back crawl 75m, EBS 25m, breast stroke 15m, standing shallow dive, rescue breathing

Swim Kids 9 6+ years

Front & back crawl, EBS 50m, breast stroke 25m, sidestroke kicks 15m, distance swim 400m

Swim Kids 10 6+ years

Front & back crawl 100m, EBS 50m, breast stroke 50m, sidestroke 25m, distance swim 500m


Spring Aquatic Lessons TUES

WED

THURS

SAT

Program

Cost

Starfish 4-12 months

$66.05

4:30-5:00pm

5667

5:30-6:00pm

5668

6:00-6:30pm

5669

10:00-10:30am

5670

Duck 12-24 months

$66.05

4:30-5:00pm

5641

5:30-6:00pm

5642

5:30-6:00pm

5643

10:30-11:00am

5644

Turtle 24-36 months

$66.05

4:00-4:30pm

5707

5:00-5:30pm

5708

5:30-6:00pm

5709

9:00-9:30am

5710

Sea Otter 1 (You & Me) 3-5yrs.

$69.49

4:30-5:00pm

5655

4:30-5:00pm 5:00-5:30pm

5656 5658

4:30-5:00pm 6:00-6:30pm

5657 5659

9:30-10:00am 11:15-11:45am

5653 5654

Sea Otter 2 (Just Me) 3-5 yrs.

$69.49

4:30-5:00pm

5660

5:00-5:30pm 5:30-6:00pm

5661 5662

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

5665 5666

9:30-10:00am 11:45-12:15pm

5663 5664

Salamander 3-5 years

$69.49

4:00-4:30pm

5645

4:30-5:00pm 6:00-6:30pm

5647 5648

4:30-5:00pm 5:30-6:00pm

5651 5652

9:30-10:00am 10:30-11:00am 11:30-12:00pm

5646 5649 5650

Sunfish 3-5 years

$69.49

4:30-5:00pm

5671

4:30-5:00pm

5672

4:30-5:00pm

5714

10:00-10:30am

5715

Crocodile 3-5 years

$69.49

5:00-5:30pm

5639

4:30-5:00pm

5640

10:00-10:30am

5713

Whale 3-5 years

$69.49

5:00-5:30pm

5711

4:30-5:00pm

5712

10:00-10:30am

5721

Swim Kids 1 6+ years

$69.49

6:00-6:30pm

5673

5:00-5:30pm

5674

9:00-9:30am 11:30-12:00pm

5675 5676

Swim Kids 2 6+ years

$69.49

4:30-5:00pm

5679

5:00-5:30pm

5680

9:00-9:30am 10:45-11:15am

5681 5682

Swim Kids 3 6+ years

$69.49

4:30-5:00pm

5683

5:00-5:30pm

5684

9:00-9:30am 10:00-10:30am 10:45-11:15am

5685 5686 5687

Swim Kids 4 6+ years

$69.49

4:30-5:00pm 5:00-5:30pm

5688 5689

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

5690 5691

9:30-10:00am 10:45-11:15am

5692 5693

Swim Kids 5 6+ years

$74.08

5:30-6:15pm

5694

5:00-5:45pm

5695

10:30-11:15am 11:15-12:00pm

5696 5697

Swim Kids 6 6+ years

$74.08

5:30-6:15pm

5698

5:00-5:45pm

5699

10:30-11:15am 11:15-12:00pm

5700 5701

Swim Kids 7 6+ years

$74.08

5:45-6:30pm

5702

5:30-6:15pm

5703

9:45-10:30am 11:15-12:00pm

5716 5717

Swim Kids 8 6+ years

$74.08

5:45-6:30pm

5704

5:30-6:15pm

5705

9:45-10:30am 11:15-12:00pm

5718 5719

Swim Kids 9 6+ years

$74.08

5:00-5:45pm

5706

9:00-9:45am

5720

Swim Kids 10 6+ years

$74.08

5:00-5:45pm

5677

9:00-9:45am

5678

Apr. 4 - May 30

Code

Apr. 5 - May 31

Code

Apr. 6 - June 1

Code

Apr. 1 - June 10

Code

*No Lessons on April 15th & May 20th. Use the code to register online.

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Swim Lessons Regional Aquatic Centre Swim Lessons Instructors & Assistant Instructors All classes will be taught by a fully-certified Red Cross Instructor. Our Instructors have spent over 200 hours taking courses and volunteering in Aquatic Instructional Programs to prepare them to teach your children.

First Lesson In our effort to ensure that your child receives the best possible instruction, we ask that you bring your child’s most recent report card with him/her to the first session. This will help your water safety instructor tailor their classes to effectively meet the needs of each child.

Progress Evaluation All participants in swimming lessons are evaluated on an ongoing basis through the session. Candidates who complete all of the required skills will received a sticker or badge.

Swimming Attire • All patrons must wear appropriate swimming attire suitable for a public family environment. • Swimming attire is defined as clothing that is clean and used specifically for the purpose of swimming.

Aqua Adults, Seniors & Teens Now is a great time to learn how to swim for fun and fitness. This program offers swimming skills/ water safety instruction for adults, seniors and teens. Lessons will be designed to meet the needs of the individual. Note: ratio will be one instructor with two adults to accommodate various skill levels. (No lessons on April 15th & May 20th, 2016.)

Spring 2017 Dates

April 1st - June 10th

When

Saturdays 12:00-12:30pm (Code: 5622)

Saturdays 12:15-12:45pm (Code: 5623)

Cost $125.55

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5 Steps to Successful Swimming Lessons 1. Participate in a recreational swim before the first lesson. Orient your child to the change room, washrooms and pool. Practice skills that your swimmer already knows. 2. Patience, practice and positive feedback. Talk with your swimmers about their lessons and have realistic expectations allowing them to progress at their own rate. 3. Ask about your swimmers progress, and any skills that may be worked on during a recreational swim. 4. Look for the Deck Supervisor on deck to help direct your swimmer to where they should be. Be sure to check your confirmation carefully for lesson dates, times and facility registration. 5. HAVE FUN


Children's Pool Programs Home School Daytime Swim Lessons If you have a group of students who are home schooled and wish to take swim lessons during the day please contact our Aquatic Coordinator for times and cost. 519.364.2310 x 2122.

Stroke Correction Struggling with a specific swimming stroke? Join us and work on a variety of drill-type exercises to improve your strokes. *Swim Kids 4+. Must be currently enrolled in swim lessons. Dates

April 8th to June 10th, 2017 (Cancelled April 15th & May 20th)

When

Saturdays | 11:45am - 12:45pm

Cost

$6.00 per visit

Leadership Skills

Struggling with a specific swimming stroke or skill and need extra help with your advanced aquatic skills? Strokes are not where your Instructor Trainer needs them to be? Let our leadership staff help candidates get their strokes and skills up to the needed leadership level. Ideal for candidates in the Bronze, NLS or Instructors Programs. Dates

Aquatic Sport Fundamentals Club The program offers a recreational intro to the sport of lifesaving. Lifesaving sport is the only sport whose skills are first learned for humanitarion purposes then applied to sport. It keeps children involved in a unique program and promotes a healthy, active lifestyle. Content builds on fitness skills and focuses on individual competition skills such as line throw, mannequin tow, relays, etc. Also teaches team building, fair play, ethics in sport and responsibility. Aquatic sports will also be introduced. *Must be able to swim two lengths of the pool. Instructors: Julie Ellis & Christina Schnell Dates

April 4th - June 8th (10 weeks)

When

Tuesdays | 5:30pm - 6:30pm (Code: 5636) Thursdays | 6:15pm - 7:15pm (Code: 5635)

Cost

$105.60 (once a week) $179.52 (twice a week)

April 8th - June 10th, 2017 (Cancelled April 15th to May 20th)

When

Saturdays | 12:00pm - 12:45pm

Cost

$6.00 per visit

Swim Team Fundamentals

This program introduces the fundamentals of competitive swimming by teaching the basic swimming skills for all strokes. This program will also promote teamwork, ethics in sport and fair play, while building self confidence and a positive attitude. Swimmers will have the opportunity to participate in a fun swim meet at the end of the session. The main focus of this program is to have FUN! This program will be instructed by a Swimming Canada – NCCP Fundamentals Coach. *Must be able to swim two lengths of the pool. Instructor: Katrina Carter Dates

April 4th - June 8th (10 weeks)

When

Tuesdays | 5:00pm - 6:00pm (Code: 5624) Thursdays | 6:15pm - 7:15pm (Code: 5625)

Cost

$105.60 (once a week) $179.52 (twice a week)

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Course & Description Bronze Star | Basic First Aid | CPR-A

Bronze Star is the pre-Bronze Medallion training standard and excellent preparation for success in Bronze Medallion. Participants work on problem solving, decision making skills and develop water smart confidence. They learn CPR and the lifesaving skills needed to be their own personal lifeguard. Prerequisite: Able to swim 100m, recommended 12 years of age. This award is a definite asset for those who have not reached the minimum age for Bronze Medallion.

Bronze Medallion | Emergency First Aid | CPR-B

This course develops physical fitness, decision-making and judgement skills for water rescue. Spinal injury management techniques are also covered. Prerequisite: 13 years of age (prior to exam) or Bronze Star Award

Bronze Cross | CPR-C | Standard First Aid

This course teaches the difference between lifesaving and lifeguarding, the principles of emergency procedures, teamwork and the use of special equipment. Spinal injury management techniques are also covered. Prerequisite: Bronze Medallion | Emergency First Aid | CPR-B

Red Cross Water Safety Instructor

Get instructional knowledge on teaching methods, learning styles, swimming skills, safety supervision, communication, injury prevention and feedback. The NEW revised program includes skills evaluation, an online component and both classroom and pool components. Candidates must also complete 18 hours of teaching experience during schedule swimming lessons. 100% attendance is mandatory to complete the course. Prerequisite: 15 years of age by the end of the course. Bronze Cross (Certificate does not need to be current), Current Standard First Aid/CPR-C

Pre NLS

This course is for swimmers who have completed Bronze Cross and are waiting to take their NLS. This course will reinforce the water rescue skills learned in Bronze Cross and introduce the new skills that will be part of the NLS program. The candidates will work in pairs as well as individuals in preparation for the next course.

Date & Time

Code

Cost

Mondays March 27 - June 5 4:30-5:30pm

5628

$90.01 (Includes exam fee)

5627

$181.66

Monday Classes Cancelled April 17th - May 22nd for all Bronze Courses

Mondays March 27 - May 29 4:30-7:30pm

(Includes exam fee)

Exam: Mon. June 5th 4:30-6:30pm Mondays March 27 - May 29 4:30-8:00pm

5626

$206.03 (Includes exam fee)

Exam: Mon. June 5th 5:30-7:30pm 5632

$335.50

Saturdays April 8 & 22 and Sunday, April 9 2:30-6:30pm

5631

$32.00

Fri. April 7 & 21 5:00pm-9:00pm

5630

Sunday, March 26 10:00am-5:00pm Friday, April 28 5:00-9:30pm Saturday, April 29 9:00am-5:00pm Saturday, May 13 9:00am-5:00pm Sunday, May 14 9:00am-4:30pm

Prerequisite: Bronze Cross. Age 14+.

National Lifeguard Service (NLS) Only

This intensive 40-hour course will train candidates in advanced water rescue, emergency care and aquatic supervision. Emphasis will be on accident prevention, leadership, teamwork and communication. NLS is the standard lifeguarding certification across Canada. 100% attendance is mandatory to complete the course. Prerequisite: Bronze Cross (need not be current), 16 years of age by end of course. Must hold a valid Standard First Aid Certificate to register in this course.

Sat. April 8 & 22 9:30am-6:30pm Sun. April 9 & 23 9:00am-5:30pm

$297.28 (Includes exam materials & exam fee)


Advanced Training & Courses Recertification Course & Description National Lifeguard Recertification

Lifeguards are legally required to recertify their qualifications every two years. This clinic will update lifeguards on the latest developments in training techniques and statistical research.

Red Cross Instructor Recertification

This clinic will update instructors on changes within the Red Cross Program and also share new teaching strategies.

Lifesaving Society Standard First Aid Recertification

Recertification candidates must hold an original Lifesaving Society Standard First Aid to be able to recertify.

Date & Time

Code

Sunday, May 28 2:30-7:30pm

5629

Saturday, May 27 1:00-6:00pm

5633

Sunday, May 28 8:30am-2:00pm

5634

Cost $83.54 (Includes exam fee) $82.68 (Includes exam fee) $68.96 (Includes exam fee)

Get a Job and Put your Training to Use: Lifeguards Swimming Instructors Aquafit Instructors

Advanced Aquatic Classes open doors to rewarding jobs.

Swim. Teach. Save Lives.

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Adult & Senior Programs Minds in Motion

Carpet Bowling

A reputable, community based program designed for both individuals living with early to mid-stage Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia and their care partner. This 2 hour per week program offers a combination of physical, intellectual and social activities to improve brain health and slow the progression of Alzheimer’s symptoms. This program is brought to you by Hanover Parks, Recreation & Culture in partnership with Alzheimer Society Grey-Bruce.

This indoor game is similar to Lawn Bowling. It is fun, challenging, and provides a chance to socialize. To play is on a drop-in basis. Just come when your schedule allows! Newcomers always welcome!

Spring 2017 Dates

April 18th - June 6th (Code: 5619)

When

Tuesdays 10:00am - 12:00pm

Where

P&H Centre, Lions Den

Cost

$40.00 / Couple

Dates

January 10th - April 25th, 2017

When

Tuesdays (mixed) 1:00pm - 3:00pm

Where

P&H Centre, Lions Den

Cost

$2.50 / person per day

For more information or to sign up, call the Alzheimer Society Grey-Bruce at 519.376.7230

Senior Star Call Hanover Parks, Recreation & Culture for further information or to include an activity.

519.364.2310 x 2128

Newsletter will be included in the Spring edition of our Guide

Senior Games Local 55+ Spring Fling Games offer men and women from Hanover and surrounding area a chance to compete in various activities. Our goal is to promote healthy, active lifestyles, encourage fun, fellowship, participation and some friendly competition. Cost: To be determined. Events: Bid Euchre, Carpet Bowling, Contract Bridge, Cribbage, Crokinole, Darts, Eight Ball Billiards, Euchre, Golf, Horseshoes, Ladder Ball, Lawn Bowling, Pickle Ball, Scrabble, Shuffleboard, Solo, Swing Bowling, and Washer Toss. When: Events take place in April and May. A schedule of events will be available at the end of March. Typically there is one event per day to allow participants an opportunity to take part in multiple events. Events are usually 2-3 hours. **Volunteers are needed for the Local Senior Games. For more information, please call 519.364.2310 x. 2128.

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Children's Programs The Town of Hanover is committed to providing safe and quality programs while your child enjoys a day away from school. Participants will have the opportunity to swim, skate, and participate in a variety of themed, interactive games and crafts. Preregistration is required. Do so early to avoid disappointment. Children will be grouped into appropriate age levels. Must meet minimum and not exceed maximum age restrictions by the day of the program.

March Break Camp A great week of activities for children to enjoy. Each day will feature a great theme with lots of fun and adventure. Crafts, food, swimming, skating, trips and more will be planned. Register by the day or for the entire week. Participants will be split into age groups for some activities. Pre-registration is required. Register early to avoid disappointment.

Superhero Day - Thursday March 16th It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a SUPER camper! Show us your super powers while we explore our favourite superheroes and learn how to be a real life hero every day. Campers design their own super-logos, masks, and more to create the perfect superhero secret identity. We will take a quick break from our superhero life to have fun in the pool and a quick skate (optional). Non-stop, action-packed fun for all! (Children are

Time

9:00am - 4:00pm

Supervised Drop Off: 8:00am to 9:00am

Supervised Pickup: 4:00pm to 5:15pm

Code

Where

P & H Centre | Lion’s Den + Lounge

Lucky Leprechauns - Friday March 17th

Cost

$39.05 child/day or $185.25 child/week

Family Rate: 3rd or more children half

price (same household)

Code

4-7 years - Full Week - #5722

8-10 years - Full Week - #5729

welcome to dress in their favorite Superhero costumes!) 4-7 years #5725 | 8-10 years #5731

Today is the day to celebrate all things green! Test your luck of the Irish with Minute to Win It games, dive for gold in the pool, chase leprechauns on the ice (skating optional), and participate in a shamrock scavenger hunt! Campers will create a special green treat to add to the fun! Code

4-7 years #5723 | 8-10 years #5728

Fitness Frenzy - Monday March 13th Start March Break off with a fast moving Monday. Run, jump, and play all day as we get active with a variety of camp activities! Swimming and skating (optional) will allow campers to test their fitness with their friends. End the day by creating a healthy treat! Code

4-7 years #5724 | 8-10 years #5730

Into the Wild - Tuesday March 14th We will discover the wonders of the animal world as we “travel” deep into the jungle, zip through the Sahara, and run through the Rainforest! Animal crafts and adventures await on what is sure to be a “roaring” good time! Swimming and skating (optional) will add to the excitement. Code

4-7 years #5726 | 8-10 years #5732

Ocean Explorers - Wednesday March 15th Get your snorkel ready as we dive into the deep blue sea! We will have wet fun for all as we enjoy a dip in the pool, ocean treats, octopus tag and have a treasure hunt. Campers will spend part of the morning skating (optional) on the “frozen ocean” and finish the day with a fish themed craft that will inspire camper’s inner ocean explorer! Code

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10th Annual Road Hockey Tournament Get your team of 5 together and come out for the 10th Annual March Break Road Hockey Tournament. A great day of fun and physical activity. Date Thursday, March 16th, 2017. Ages

7 to 13 years of age (must be 7 and not older

than 13 by the day of the tournament).

Pre-registration is required. Registration forms are available at the P & H Centre. Registration deadline is Monday, March 6th. This year, the tournament will be held in the parking lot behind the Hanover Slots and Raceway. For more information, call 519.364.2310 x 2128.

Youth Floor Hockey A program that provides a fun and safe indoor environment where boys and girls ages 6 - 9 can play a non-competitive game of floor hockey. All skill levels are welcome and all equipment is supplied. (Code: 5734) Where

P & H Centre | Arena Floor

When

Monday’s | April 10th - May 29th, 2017

(except for April 17th & May 22nd)

Time

6:00pm to 7:00pm

Ages

6 to 9 years (must be 6 by March 1st, 2017)

Cost

$20.00 / per person

Mini Stick Tournament Teams of four (3 out plus a goalie) will compete to be the mini stick champions. A great day geared towards being active and having fun with friends over the school break.

Thank You to our Public Skate Sponsors! We couldn’t have offered it without you! Cruisers: Dawson Nichols, Matthew Trask, Devlin Schellenberger Giant Tiger Westario Grundy’s Family Dental AW Sills & Sales CMR Insurance Meridian Credit Union TD Canada Trust JD McArthur Tire Culligan Water Hanover Legion Emke Schaab ATMOSPHERE / 32

Holy Family School’s Parent Council Canadian Tire Tim Horton’s Wightman Telecom Saugeen Dental Group Edgewell Personal Care Grant’s Independent Grocer Kerry Moore School of Dance

Date

Tuesday, March 14th, 2017.

Ages

5 - 10 years of age (must be 5 and not older

than 10 by the day of the tournament).

Pre-registration is required. Registration forms are available at the P & H Centre. Registration deadline is Monday, March 6th. For more information, call 519.364.2310 x 2128.

NEW Discounted Ice Rentals Discounted ice rental rates for last minute bookings. (subject to availability)

Three hourly options available: · Less than 24 hours Monday to Friday between 6:00am & 4:30pm - $35.00 · Less than 72 hours - $102.46 · Less than 7 days Monday to Friday between 6:00am & 4:30pm - $58.58 *HST and insurance not included in prices


Special Events Family Day of Play

Canada Day Kick Off

Celebrate Ontario’s mid-winter holiday by taking part in the

Join us at the P & H Centre for Hanover’s Family Day of Play

Family Day of Play. Families are encouraged to participate

to continue our countdown to Canada’s 150th Birthday! There

by being active on February 20th, 2017. Check out the full

will be prizes and free giveaways along with information

listing of events happening in Grey and Bruce County at

about plans for what is sure to be the biggest Canada Day

playbrucegrey.com, or like the PLAY Facebook page. It is a

celebration Hanover has ever seen!

great opportunity for families to be active together! Check out hanover.ca for more info. Where Date Time

P & H Centre Monday, February 20th, 2017 10:30am - 3:00pm

Hanover’s Activities Include: • Free swimming sponsored by Edgewell Personal Care • Free skating sponsored by Edgewell Personal Care • Carpet bowling • Cards • Horse drawn sleigh rides • Entertainment • So much more!

Spring Registration Night Thursday, March 2nd 7:00 - 8:30pm at the P&H Centre Sign-up for your Spring & Summer programs including swimming and many more!

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Town of Hanover Facilities Facilities for Rent

Are you planning a reception, banquet, seminar or meeting? The Town of Hanover has a variety of well-priced facility rental options throughout the Town that are perfect for your next private or corporate function. Certificate of insurance required for all rentals. For more information call 519.364.2310. Discount available upon booking 5 or more room rentals.

Location Binkley Paterson

Facility

Maximum

Equipment

Kitchen(ette)

Meeting Room

30

Tables & Chairs

X

Saugeen Room

30

X

Community Hall

50

Tables, Chairs, Overhead Projector Screen, TV

Theatre

261

Accessible Seating

Boardroom

16

Classroom

50

Lounge

50

Lion's Den

125

Ice Pad

2100

Tables & Chairs

230

Water Slide, Beach Umbrella, Tarzan Rope, Sauna, Swirlpool, Beach entry Wading Pool, 5-Lane Lap Pool. Pool is accessible.

Pavillion Civic Centre

P&H Centre

Pool (Regional Aquatic Centre)

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Tables, Chairs, Overhead Projector Screen, TV

X

X X X


Indoor Track Enjoy a walk or run on the P&H Centre’s 100 meter (300 feet) walking track. 18 laps on the track = 1 mile. The walking track includes varying elevations, unique views and a place to walk/run in all kinds of weather! Extended options are available by using the spectator seating area and stairs (approximately 1000 feet). Just 30 minutes of brisk walking or jogging each day can help improve mental and physical health.

Track & Dryland Training Use Our track and dryland training area is free to use by all patrons. Donations are appreciated - please deposit in donation box or drop by the Customer Service Desk. Walking track and dryland training area will be available for use during P&H Centre’s facility hours and are subject to change, which will be posted. Please note that the walking track will be closed during Hanover Barons home games. Schedules are available at the Customer Service Desk.

6:00am - 8:00am

Walk or Run

8:00am - 10:00am

Seniors Walk

10:00am - 12:00pm

Stroller Time (parent & tot)

12:00pm - Close

Walk or Run

Patrons are welcome to share the track during these times but must be considerate of the use by the scheduled group.

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Hanover Public Library Discover Library Services:

Your questions answered - in person, by phone, or online • Interlibrary loan • Local history and genealogy resources • Help with computers and devices • Downloadable e-books and audiobooks • Support for learners and new Canadians • See more on our user-friendly website: www.hanoverlibrary.ca

Enjoy:

• Programmes and events for adults • Baby and preschool storytimes • Events and summer reading club for kids

Use Our:

• Computers and internet, free WiFi access • Exam proctoring services • Books, movies, audiobooks and magazines for all ages • Online catalogue with self-serve renewals & reserves • Children's books and movies • Manga and graphic novels (Become a member if you want to borrow.)

Upcoming Events at the Library:

• Have you made the necessary arrangements? A Funeral Planning Seminar with John Mighton will take place on Saturday, March 25th at 2:00pm in the Saugeen Room. Cost is $2.00, please pre-register at the library. • Join us for a very special evening with the irrepressible Frankie Flowers: “Garden Fun, Folklore and Facts - why gardeners will do anything and what you should do for garden glory”. Friday, April 7th, at 7:00pm at the Hanover Civic Theatre. Tickets are $10.00, available now at the library.

Want more Library News? Like us on Facebook Hanover Public Library Follow us on Twitter @HanoverLibrary

Available Every Day:

• Photocopying, faxing, and scanning • Town of Hanover garbage bag tags • Tourism information for visitors and residents

Hours

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Contact

Watch for our column in the Hanover Post newspaper!

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Action Age -Friendly Hanover Action Age -Friendly With funding from the Age-Friendly Community Planning Grant from the Ontario Seniors’ Secretariat, the Town of

Key Findings & Recommendations Input received led to the conclusion of

Hanover undertook an input process in 2015-2016. At the

recommended key findings in the areas of :

December meeting, Hanover Council received the Age-

• Public space accessibility

Friendly Needs Assessment Report and directed staff to develop a terms of reference for an age-friendly action advisory committee to engage our community in identifying an action and implementation plan to address the needs of

• Social support • Specialized services • Information and communication

our older adults. The Needs Assessment Report was completed in partnership with Dr. John Lewis from the University of Waterloo. Dr. Lewis has been involved in age-friendly work for the Province and various other communities. He continues to work with the Ontario Seniors’ Secretariat age-friendly portfolio. Dr. Lewis with the support of his company, Vidya Consulting Inc., and senior planning students from the University of Waterloo, worked with us in developing a needs assessment application, entitled ‘My Community Vision’, conducting focus groups, collecting and analysing data.

Recommendations included in the needs assessment are 1. Hanover Council receive this age-friendly assessment report. 2. Council be assisted in addressing the needs of Hanover’s senior residents through the appointment of an age-friendly

advisory committee comprising residents, representatives from business, local organizations and elected officials.

3. The primary task of Hanover’s age-friendly advisory committee be to develop an action plan that prioritizes key action

items and identifies the timelines and partner organizations that are required to implement the action items.

4. The age-friendly advisory committee consider the noted solutions in the report and others to address the needs of

Hanover’s older adults and incorporate into an age-friendly action plan.

The Age-Friendly Needs Assessment Report can be viewed in its’ entirety at www.hanover.ca. Next step will be to confirm the terms of reference for the advisory committee, recruitment of committee members and establish action plan priorities and timelines. For more information contact: Sherri Walden t 519.364.2310 x 2123 e swalden@hanover.ca 37


Smoke Free Outdoors

Smoke Free Ontario Act – No smoking at playgrounds, sports fields and inside municipal buildings. This includes Kinsmen Ball Park, Binkley Paterson Pavilion, Agricultural Park (raceway ball diamonds), Rail Lands Leisure Park (soccer fields), RA Crawford Athletic Fields, Hanover Park Centennial Pavilion, Optimist Park, Kinette Park, Robert F. Steers Memorial Park and Hanover Tennis Courts. Grey County Smoke Free By-Law – No smoking within a 9 metre radius of any entrance or exit of municipal buildings. This includes P & H Centre, Civic Centre, Civic Theatre, Hanover Family Centre, Police Station and firehall. Smoking violation reports can be directed to the Grey Bruce Health Unit at 519.376.9420 or 1.800.263.3456.

Hanover Cemetery & Columbarium With the ever increasing number of families choosing cremation, the Hanover Cemetery provides the Columbarium as an internment alternative. The Columbarium provides an attractive location where you can place your loved ones’ urns and return time and again to honour their lives. Columbarium, Plot Sales & General Inquiries: Marianne Lamont | 519.364.2780 x 1221 | mlamont@hanover.ca

Heritage Square

The Square provides a unique downtown location for special events, musical entertainment and wedding ceremonies. The Eat Well Market is held in the Square on Fridays from June to Thanksgiving. A Request for Use Form can be picked up at the P & H Centre customer service desk or online at hanover.ca/parks-

Picnic Permits Planning a family reunion, social gathering or birthday party? The Centennial Pavilion at Hanover Park provides a kitchen space with fridge and stove and covered picnic table area. Hanover Park provides green space for games and activities, as well as a variety of playground equipment. Pavilion rentals are available by calling 519.364.2310 x 2121.

and-trails.

Cost is $81.19 per day or $26.04 / hour plus mandatory

Certificate of Insurance required for use.

of Insurance for a minimum of $2 million general liability with

insurance and taxes. Rental parties that provide a Certificate the Town of Hanover as the certificate holder and added as an additional insured will not be subject to the insurance fee.

Commemorative Grove Karl ‘Speck’ Wilken Park The location of the Grove and Karl ‘Speck’ Wilken Park, next to the dam, provides a picturesque location to eat your lunch, have a picnic or read a book. It is also an access point for the easterly section of the Community Trails System. Parking, picnic tables and benches available at this park. Commemorations at the Grove has been suspended at this time due to space availability. ATMOSPHERE / 38


Parks, Trails, Cemetery & Outdoor Facilities Rotary Dog Park Hanover’s ‘playground for paws’ opened in May 2016. Located adjacent to the soccer fields and accessible from the trails system, the Rotary Dog Park provides a 1 acre leash free space for dogs and their owners. The park includes natural terrain, trees, benches and potable water tap from May 1st to October 1st.

Dog Park Rules 1. All off leash park users are subject to the Ontario Dog Owners Liability Act, R.S.O. 1990 and all subsequent revisions and amendments. 2. You are responsible for your dog’s behaviour. 3. All persons accompanying a dog(s) in the off leash park must pick up after their dog(s). 4. Children under 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. 5. Respect the rights of others, be save and have fun.

All Dogs Entering Rotary Dog Park Must 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Be registered and currently licensed by a municipality. Have up to date vaccinations, including rabies vaccine. Not be left unattended. Be spayed or neutered. Be leashed when entering and exiting.

Parks & Athletic Fields

Ball Parks

Playgrounds, park areas and trails systems are open

Cheer on our local minor ball, Special Olympics, Hanover Hitmen

and available for use from May 1st to October 1st

senior men’s baseball team, co-ed and masters slopitch teams at

annually. The areas are inspected regularly by Town

our ball diamonds.

staff members. Our park visitors and residents are important ‘eyes and ears’ in our parks, trails and green spaces on a daily basis. If you see something that is of concern, please contact our Parks, Recreation and Culture office at 519.364.2310.

Kinsmen Ball Park | 327 17th Avenue | 2 lighted diamonds, 1 youth diamond, washrooms, covered picnic pavilion. Agricultural Park | 7th Avenue (inside raceway) | 1 lighted baseball diamond, 1 unlit diamond.

Sports fields require a permit for use for practices, games, tournaments and special events. A permit may be obtained through the Parks, Recreation and Culture office at 519.364.2310. All rentals must be paid in full at time of booking to confirm the permit. A Certificate of Insurance for a minimum of $2 million general liability with the Town of Hanover as the certificate holder and added as an additional is required to rental a Town facility. Those rental parties without insurance will have a mandatory applicable Game Day insurance added to their rental. Game Day insurance rates vary pending the booking type.

Thank You Minor Ball! Hanover Minor Ball was approved for $25,000 Jays Care Foundation grant in 2015. The ball diamond work was completed during 2015 and 2016. This work included new fence on the backstops at Agricultural Park and Kinsmen diamond 3, resurfacing Kinsmen 3 and the significant redevelopment of the baseball diamond. The latter realized a rebuild of the pitchers’ mound, installation of irrigation system and installation of a grass infield. The total cost of the work was approximately $33,000 with Minor Ball contributing the difference. A community improvement project made possible by a partnership between Minor Ball and the Town of Hanover. 39


Parks, Trails, Cemetery & Outdoor Facilities Soccer Pitches

Skateboard / Outdoor Basketball Court

Rail Lands Leisure Park and RC Soccer Fields

Park hours: Daily 8am - 10pm | May 1st - October 1st.

16th Avenue North, 2 major pitches, 3 mini pitches, washrooms, trails access

Location: 742 17th Avenue (adjacent to Hanover Park) Features: Half pipe, mini ramp, flat quarters, quarter pipe,

RA Crawford Field

fun boxes.

Located on the South side of John Diefenbaker Secondary School, 1 major pitch.

Outdoor basketball court located adjacent to ramp area (west side of building).

Tennis & Pickleball Courts

The skateboard park is not supervised and the involvement

The Hanover Tennis and Pickleball Club operates the courts.

and supervision of youth is the responsibility of parents and

Memberships (season or day passes) are required and are

guardians.

available from the customer service desk at the P & H Centre. Location: 600 16th Avenue, Hanover Features: 3 tennis courts, 4 pickleball courts (opened 2016), rubberized surface and court markings, lights, seating area.

Hanover Community Trails System 11 km of trails in the Saugeen River Valley around the Town of Hanover. Enjoy fantastic views from the 91m pedestrian bridge over the Saugeen River (access via 16th Ave N).

Trail Access Points (Please note trails are not groomed during the winter season). - South Line (Concession Road 11) - 7th Street and 2nd Avenue - Stork Club (7th Avenue and 14th Street - Hanover Park - Karl "Speck" Wilken Park - Leisure Park / Soccer Field - County Road 28 at the Saugeen River

Pick up a copy of the Hanover Historical Trails tour pamphlet. Take a walk and enjoy a Town history lesson along the trail routes. ATMOSPHERE / 40


Culture & Heritage Services Hanover Civic Theatre Our Civic Theatre has served as an arts and cultural location for over 100 years! It is located in our downtown core at 443 10th Avenue (same building as municipal offices & library).

The Civic Theatre & Community Hall Provides the following Features: • Bandshell style stage with access to backstage area and lower level dressing rooms • Tiered seating for 275 audience members • Accessible by elevator & 4 accessible seating spaces (more spaces available but does require removing seating which reduces total audience seating to 253) • Climate controlled environment • Lighting system (requires Town lighting operator to be hired) • Access to the Community Hall for intermission and souvenir sales

The Theatre and Community Hall is a great location for: • Keynote speaker sessions • Music, dance and theatre performances • Fashion shows • Ceremonies or events

For Rental Inquires Contact Hanover Parks, Recreation & Culture at 519.364.2310 x 2135. The Civic Theatre is the home location for these community organizations. See their websites for their performance and production dates and details.

Hanover Community Players

www.hanovercommunityplayers.ca

Grey Bruce Singers

www.greybrucesingers.ca

Annually, the Theatre is used for music, dance and theatre performances organized and implemented by other community organizations and businesses. See their websites for performance dates and details.

Public Display of Art Are you a local artist who would like to display your art pieces at Town facilities? Our Town provides the opportunity for Hanover artists of various ages and stages to display their art

Back Porch Event Management www.backporchevents.ca

in the Civic Centre, the Medical Clinic or the Hanover Public

DancEnergy Studios www.dancenergystudios.com

only for artwork that can be wall mounted. Hanover residents

Grey Bruce School of Dance www.greybrucedance.com

submit a Public Display of Art form. The policy and form are

Kerry Moore School of Dance www.kmsdance.com

Library or Municipal Office. For more information, contact

Library. Designated spaces vary in size and are suitable interested in having their work displayed must complete and available online at hanover.ca/arts-and-culture or from the Nicole Wilken at 519-364-2780 ext. 1226. 41


Culture & Heritage Services Hanover Heritage Advisory Committee The Heritage Committee continues to promote Hanover history awareness, host Heritage events, create heritage displays and document our Town’s history through archive collection (photos, artifacts) and physical property inventory. Here is an update about the Committee current and upcoming initiatives.

Archives and Artifacts The Heritage Committee has an extensive collection of photos, written documentation and some artifacts that provide insight to Hanover’s past. Our archive and artifact room at St. Matthew’s Evangelical Lutheran Church is a ‘work in progress’ in regards to organization and updated information. This space and the information is important as the Committee receives requests for information about our Town’s history from various individuals throughout the year. The Committee welcomes donations of information such as photos, written documents or artifacts that are pertinent to our Town’s history. If you have a potential item, please contact the Heritage Committee and an assessment can be completed.

Grey County Historic Communities A showcase of historic communities in Grey County, with photos from the Grey Roots Archival Collection. Communities chosen for this project were established, but never grew, and are not recognized as settlement areas in the County's Official Plan. Campbell’s Corners is featured on this interactive website. The Heritage Committee is working with County staff to feature some of Hanover’s properties that are historically important to our community. To access this unique and informative database that features great photos, go to www.hanover.ca/ history-and-heritage and click on the Grey Counties Historic Communities link on the right had side.

Heritage Display Cases at the P&H Centre The Committee creates great displays 3 to 4 times per year in their display cases at the P & H Centre. The display cases are located in the main lobby. Past display themes have included Downtown – Then and Now, Remembrance Day, Hanover’s Sport Heritage, Everybody Loves a Parade, Hanover’s Musical History and Hanover’s History in Photos. ATMOSPHERE / 42


Public Works Bylaws · Snow removal, Parking & Depositing Snow on Roadways The following are reminders for residents about how they can help out with snow clearing operations: • On-street parking during a snow clearing event can severely slow down route clearing, and in some cases, impedes providing any service at all. Cars are to be kept off the street between the hours of 1am until 6am. Noncompliant vehicle owners are subject to a fine, and their vehicle could be towed at their expense. This bylaw is proactively enforced from December 1 to March 31. • Please avoid parking vehicles over sidewalks. This hampers sidewalk snow plowing efforts. • Private snow clearing operators and the public are reminded that it is illegal to push snow back onto the street from private property or parking lots. Property owners and contractors that fail to comply may be ticketed. • When shoveling snow, please don't push the snow out onto the roads. This is dangerous and hampers snow clearing operations. • Hanover Fire Department asks that residents with hydrants on their property assist in keeping them maintained free of snow and ice accumulations. When shoveling, plowing or snow blowing your drive, please ensure that you are not covering the hydrant. Hydrants play a very important part in

Thank you to the residents of Hanover for your understanding and continued support in making our streets safer through the winter season.

fire fighting and accessibility to each hydrant is imperative.

Landfill Site Information

The following items can be taken, free of charge, to the Hanover/Walkerton Landfill Site located at Fire #868 County Road 4.

Hours of Operation: Tuesday to Saturday at 8:00am-3:00pm | Closed on Statutory Holidays | Site Office Telephone: 519.364.4351

E-Waste

Styrofoam

Bin located in front of scale for computers, monitors, hard drives, DVD players, CD players, radios, projectors, televisions, answering machines, MP3 players, projectors, pagers, cordless & rotary telephones and printing devices.

Bin located at trailer in the recycling area.

Recycling & Cardboard Bin located in the recycling area.

Compost Grass clippings, leaves and other compostable waste (place in reusable containers or compostable bags).

Clothing Bin located in the recycling area.

Film Plastics All bags must be clean, dry and empty, remove all food, stickers and receipts.

Types of Bags Accepted Retail, newspaper, flyer, dry cleaning, electronic equipment, bread, fresh vegetable and produce, frozen vegetable, bulk goods, milk (outer), water softener, salt bags (remove rigid plastic handles), diaper and hygiene (outer), soil, mulch, garden product.

Types of Overwrap Accepted Toilet paper, napkin, paper towel, bottled water, soda.

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Public Works Building & Development The primary role of the Building Department is to promote and assist development in compliance with Federal, Provincial, County and local regulations. By enforcing building codes and assisting builders, the Municipality ensures that the structures are safe, not only for today but for many years to come.

Services Building Permits

Description You need a building permit if you plan to: construct a new building/ change a building's use/ demolish a portion of a building; renovate, repair or add to a building; install, change or remove partitions and load-bearing walls; install new or make structural alterations to windows or doors; build a garage, balcony or deck; installation or repair of storm, sanitary and/or water service; install or modify heating, plumbing, air conditioning systems or fireplaces. Contact your local municipal office if you are not sure whether you need a permit for your project. Even though your project may not require a building permit, you must still comply with the requirements of the Zoning By-Law and Build­ing Code. It is the owner's responsibility to ensure that a building permit is obtained when required. You may authorize your contractor or designer to apply for the permit, but the owner should ensure that they have the permit prior to any work starting. For more information, please visit www.hanover.ca/building

Land Use Planning

Land use Planning affects almost every aspect of life in the Town. Good planning encourages public participation and leads to orderly growth and the efficient provision of services and resources. Zoning By-Laws regulate land use (i.e. residential, commercial, Industrial, etc.) and development standards for building on a property, including Consent Applications for the separation of land to form a new lot(s) or adjust boundaries. Minor Variance Applications allow variances to the provisions of the Town's Sign By-Law and Comprehensive Zoning By-Law or to expand land uses that have existed prior to the passing of the current by-law. Site Plan Application - All lands within Hanover are subject to site plan control with the exception of Residentlal Development containing 2 units or less. If you are planning to build a new building or addition, you may be subject to site plan control. A building permit cannot be issued and construction cannot begin unless site plan approval is obtained. For a complete overview of planning, please visit www.hanover.ca/planning.

Dog & Cat Tags Cats over the age of eight (8) months require a one-time registration. Dogs over the age of three (3) months require annual licensing and registration. Tags are available at the Town of Hanover Municipal Office and must be purchased before March 31 to avoid additional fees. Proof must be provided that your dog has been vaccinated against rabies. ATMOSPHERE / 44


Community Organizations Airport Saugeen Municipal Airport................................. 519.364.3220 saugeenmunicipalairport.com

Arts & Culture Grey Bruce School of Dance Jackie Remers.................................................... 519.901.0865 Grey Bruce Singers Maria Dunning.................................................... 519.378.4548

Bruce Grey Mentorship......................................... 519.506.5065 info@brucegreymentorship.ca Canadian Cancer Society Bluewater Unit.........1.800.430.6228 www.cancer.ca Canadian Mental Health Association Grey Bruce........................................ 519.364.0184 Central Grey-Bruce Community........................... 519.364.7788 Cerebral Palsy Guidance

Hanover Community Players Linda Manchester.............................................. 519.364.9924

Children's Services Bruce Grey............................ 519.371.4773 www.bgcskids.org

Hanover Happy Twirlers Square Dance Ron & Laura Hergott..........................................519.364.5535

Community Care Grey-Bruce Access Centre.......888.371.2112 www.sw.ccac-ont.ca

Hanover Heritage Committee Al Morrow........................................................... 519.364.4810

Community Living Hanover Jill MacMillan............................................... 519.364.6100 x 205

Kerry Moore School of Dance Kerry Moore.........................................................519.364.1155

Fifth Hanover Beavers, Cubs & Scouts..........1.888.ScoutsNow info@sunsetarea.ca

New Millenium Quilters Guild.............................. 519.367.2411 newmillenniumquiltersguild@gmail.com

Girl Guides of Canada Nancy Mellish.........................................................519.378.4671 Faye Moore............................................................ 519.364.5112

Queen’s Bush Chorus of Harmony Erika Rhody........................................................ 519.364.2897 Saugeen Music School...................................... 519.364.6251

Aquatics Hanover Regional Aquatic Centre...................... 519.364.2310 www.hanover.ca

Business Contacts Town of Hanover Economic Development......... 519.364.2780

Grey Bruce Public Health Unit............................. 800.263.3456 www.publichealthgreybruce.on.ca Hanover Columbus Centre................................... 519.364.4722 Hanover Family Health Team David Ford............................................................ 519.506.4348 Hanover Sewing Club Theresa Seim........................................................ 519.364.5280

Downtown Improvement Area............................519.364.4000

Hanover Bentinck & Brant Fall Fair Doreen Schultz..................................................... 519.364.4443

Hanover Chamber of Commerce....................... 519.364.5777 www.hanoverchamber.ca

Heart and Stroke Foundation................................519.371.0083 www.heartandstroke.com

Saugeen Economic Development Corp............. 519.799.5750 www.sedc.ca

Horticultural Society Barb Fleming........................................................ 519.364.3153

Community Improvement Partnership (CIP)........ 519.506.2474

Hospital Auxiliary Stacey Hogg............................................... 519.364.2340 x 210

Community Organizations & Services, Local Charities Air Cadets..............................................................519.364.3125 cstanislow@sympatico.ca Alzheimer Society of Grey Bruce..........................519.376.7230 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Hanover & District......519.364.1444

Hospital Foundation....................................519.364.2340 x 203 IWA Canada Local 2-500 (Office).........................519.364.7452 Kinsmen Club...............................hanoverkinsmen@gmail.com Knights of Columbus Gary Fedy..............................................................519.364.4187

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Launch Pad Youth Activity & Technology Centre............................................ 519.506.6300 launchpad@yatc.ca Legion Ladies Auxiliary Branch #130................... 519.364.2586 Lions Club Kathee Frazee........................................................519.364.4818 hanoverlions@gmail.com Masonic Lodge Hanover No. 432 GRC Al Morrow...............................................................519.364.4810

The Deck Youth Centre......................................... 519.364.0423 T.O.P.S. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) AM Classes - Phyllis Blake................................... 519.364.4531 PM Classes - Adele Schmidt................................ 519.364.3568 Victorian Order of Nurses..................................... 519.376.5895 www.von.ca Welcome Wagon Sharon Safra......................................................... 519.506.3583

Mental Health Team.............................................. 817.888.5885

Womens House of Grey & Bruce County Counseling Crisis Line......................................... 800.265.3026

Multiple Sclerosis Society.....................................800.268.7582

YMCA Community & Employment Services........ 519.364.3163

Ontario Early Years Centre (Hanover Site)........... 519.376.8808

Youth Roots........................................................... 519.506.6300 youthroots@hanover.ca

Ontario Federation of University Women............. 519.364.4975 Beth Cruickshank / Linda Scully............................519.367.5423 www.cfuw.org Owen Sound & Area Bereavement Support Group Jessica Slater...............................................519.371.5331 x 222 Parkinson Support Carol Kraft............................................................. 519.901.0061 PROBUS Club Betty Perkins......................................................... www.hapc.ca Rotary Club Al Morrow...............................................................519.364.4810 Royal Canadian Legion Branch #130................... 519.364.1130 Saugeen Rail Modellers........................................ 519.364.0342 Saugeen R/C Flyers Ron Murray............................................................ 519.245.5904 Saugeen Stamp Club Peter Kritz...............................................................519.364.4752

Festivals and Events Canada Day.......................................................... 519.364.2310 Carol of the Bells....................................................519.506.2474 Hanover Bentinck, Brant Fall Fair Doreen Schultz..................................................... 519.364.4443 Hanover Sights & Sounds Festival........................519.506.2474 www.sights.sounds.ca Kinsmen Santa Claus Parade...................................................... hanoverkinsmen@gmail.com

Fitness Amanda's Personal Training Studio.......................519.506.1357 New Heights Fitness & Wellness Centre.............. 519.364.2224 www.mynewheightsfitness.com Class Factory........................................................ 519.506.2527 www.classfactory.ca

Literacy

Saugeen Toastmasters Trudy Baran............................................................519.364.4015 www.saugeentoastmasters.com

South Grey Bruce Youth Literacy Council............ 519.364.0008 www.sgbyouthliteracy.org

Senior Citizen Friendship Centre.......................... 519.364.4649

Outdoor

Social Services Grey County.................................519.376.7324 .............................................................................. 800.265.3119

Saugeen Valley Conservation Authority................519.367.3040 www.svca.on.ca

South Grey Bruce Youth Literacy Council............ 519.364.0008

Saugeen Field Naturalists..................................... 519.364.9924 www.saugeenfieldnaturalists.com

St. John's Ambulance........................................... 519.364.7004 Streetiques of Hanover Bill Craig.................................................................519.364.2470 ATMOSPHERE / 46

South Bruce Game/Fish Brian Grubb.......................................................... 519.364.7834


Community Organizations Sports & Recreation Badminton Club Rainer Schroeder.................................................. 519.364.2490

Master’s Slo-Pitch League Steve Wild............................................................. 519.364.6634 Ontario Special Olympics........................ 1.888.333.5515 x 246

Basketball, Youth Eric Cudney.......................................................... 519.364.0836 hybl.convenor@hotmail.com

Saugeen Triathalon Club Sandra MacDonald............................................... 519.379.8525 smacdo1425@gmail.com

Goodtimers Hockey Don Shewfelt..........................................................519.364.1276

Shuffleboard Jim Spence........................................................... 519.364.7058

Hanover Aerials Gymnastics Club Brenda Jolly.......................................................... 519.364.6576 hanovergymnastics.com

Snowmobile Club Rick Pake.............................................................. 519.364.3282 rpake@gmail.com

Hanover Barons Jr. C...................................barons@eastlink.ca

Swingbowling Bonnie Rody..........................................................519.364.1998

Hanover Curling Club Doris Fisher............................................................ 519.364.1816 Hanover & District Figure Skating Club................ 519.364.5024 Hanover Minor Ball............. hanoverminorbaseball@gmail.com Hanover Minor Hockey Dan Bailey..............................................................519.374.9900

Volleyball, Hanover Ladies Rec League Lesia Ahrens..........................................................519.364.1944 VON SMART Exercise & Falls Prevention Program for Seniors....................519.371.5331 www.von.ca/en/site/grey

Hanover Minor Soccer Eric Obermayer...................president@hanoverminorsoccer.ca Hanover Minor Ringette.........................................519.901.2257 isizer@gmail.com Hanover Mixed Slo-Pitch League Nicole Gilles...........................................................519.374.4025 Hanover Raceway................................................. 519.364.2860 Hanover Tennis & Pickleball Club Doug Abell............................................................ 519.364.5913 Paul Scott.............................................................. 519.364.3136 Pickleball - Murray Griffin......................................519.364.1754 hanovertennisclub@gmail.com Horseshoe League, Men’s Tim Becker............................................................ 519.270.8805 Ivan Monk...............................................................519.364.5106 Karate.....................................................................519.369.7675 Kung Fu, Golden Tiger School............................. 519.364.6475 Lawnbowling Club Pat Kaufman...........................................................519.506.1438 Legion Oldtimers Hockey Bob Lyons.............................................................519-377-5226

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