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ATMOSPHERE LETTER FROM THE EDITOR Dylan Bartlett / Progressive Results Group........................ 04

AROUND TOWN Community Updates ............................................................. 06

FOOD & AGRICULTURE Erin Aldridge // Meridian Credit Union............................ 08

FINANCIAL ADVICE Erin Aldridge // Meridian Credit Union............................ 09

HERITAGE HANOVER Al Morrow // Hanover Historian......................................... 10

HOME & COMFORT Kim Schaab // Emke Schaab Climate Care....................... 13

REAL ESTATE Stephanie Hocking // Royal LePage RCR Realty Brokerage..... 15

BUILDING & BYLAWS Town of Hanover................................................................... 16

C.I.P & CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Town of Hanover................................................................... 18

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT April Marshall // Town of Hanover..................................... 19

LAUNCH PAD Emily Morrison // Launch Pad........................................... 20

PARKS, RECREATION & CULTURE GUIDE Volume 8 / 2019.......................................... 22

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS ............................................................................................... 44

HEALTH CARE ORGANIZATIONS ............................................................................................... 47

A MESSAGE FROM MAYOR SUE PATERSON It is my pleasure to welcome you to the 2018/2019 winter edition of Atmosphere. Atmosphere celebrates the superb quality of life that we enjoy here in Hanover. Through Atmosphere we can share some of the exciting events and activities that happen in Hanover. The 2018 municipal election is over and our council is ready to get to work. We have a very capable council with some new faces and some old. Each has a contribution to make, ideas to share and a commitment to work together to strengthen our community. We are developing a Cultural Plan and I thank everyone for their input and participation. Community input is critical to its success and we are very pleased we were able to capture the collective thoughts and voices of our town. The Cultural Plan will help advance a wide range of plans and priorities across our town. So stay tuned for updates and the finished result. On behalf of Council, I wish you all a happy holiday season, a Merry Christmas and a winter season full of fun and active recreational and leisure activities.


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It’s that time of year again, winter is almost here. I’m not a big fan of the cold weather, but there’s lots to like about winter. Firstly, I love winter fashion, who doesn’t love a good toque and scarf? And obviously Christmas is pretty amazing! If you’re like me and you struggle with the winter weather, maybe try one of these tips: • Light some candles. They provide some much-needed comfort on a cold, windy night. • Pick up a good book. Getting lost in a good story could help pass the time • Start a new hobby. Knit a blanket or learn to play an instrument. Whatever it is, just try something new! Shop local this winter! The local shops are filling up with new products. Pop into a few stores, you’ll find everything you need, including great restaurants, retail locations and service businesses, you name it, it’s in Hanover! Be sure to check out the completely redesigned Recreation Guide starting on page 22! You’ll notice there’s lots of opportunities to get active, and hockey season is here! Have a question? The amazing staff at the P & H Centre is always ready to help!

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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!

THE ELMWOOD COMMUNITY CENTRE a. 38 Concession Rd 10, Elmwood, ON p. 519.363.2459 The Elmwood Community Centre (ECC) was built in 1967 to provide the community and surrounding areas with a gathering place to play and celebrate. A group of community leaders came together several years earlier to form the Elmwood and District Chamber of Commerce, an organization which coordinated the fundraising and construction of the original building. Many original members took out personal loans in support of this building. The Elmwood Chamber of Commerce remains as the main fundraising organization in support of the Community Centre and its grounds. Eventually through the support of the former municipalities of Bentinck and Brant, the Elmwood Community Centre Board was established to oversee the operation of the facility. Today, the Municipalities of West Grey and Brockton help to fund this important community resource through a joint recreation agreement that supports the endeavours of the ECC. Over the years families have come together for birthdays, weddings, anniversaries and family reunions. Trade shows, agricultural events and weekly bingos are just a few of the activities that continue to use the ECC. Dale Ahrens, Chair of the ECC Board, stated, “It is the community spirit and hospitality that has families and organizations returning to the ECC”. This year the Municipalities of West Grey and Brockton have approved and are supporting the renovation of the ECC kitchen. The planning process has already begun through fundraisers and generous donations. Amenities the ECC offers include a baseball diamond, children’s playground, picnic shelter with kitchen and bar. Situated on the outskirts of Elmwood, the ECC has a large lot with plenty of parking. The hall itself offers a large auditorium with the original dance floor, and downstairs the banquet hall is used for many dinners. The Chamber Caterers and area Women's Institute groups are famous for their roast beef dinners including tasty homemade pies. Linda Thompson, the ECC Booking Agent, enjoys meeting the various people who rent the hall. She says, “Everyone is looking for a place that is clean, spacious and is willing to accommodate their requests”. The ECC is the perfect choice. In 2018/2019 the ECC Board is planning on creating a website for people to have easy access to the view the hall’s availability, virtual tour of the facility and photos of past events. A lot is planned for the ECC in 2018/2019 and beyond. So congratulations Elmwood, and here’s to the next 50!

HANOVER LIONS CLUB a. The Lions Den, 269 7th Ave, Hanover, ON w. hanoverlions.com e. hanoverlions@gmail.com The Hanover Lions Club is associated with Lions International the largest service organization in the world with 1.4 million members and 46,000 clubs worldwide. Our club meets the first Wednesday of every month in the Lions Den at the P & H Centre. New members are welcome regardless of gender or age. Guests are welcome at any meetings. To attend please email: hanoverlions@gmail.com. On Saturday December 1st we are hosting “Breakfast with Santa” at the Hanover Legion starting at 9:00 am. Follow our Facebook page or www.hanoverlions.com for details of all club activities.

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GREY BRUCE SCHOOL OF DANCE a. 224 7th Ave. Hanover, Ontario w. greybrucedance.com e. info@greybrucedance.com

The Saugeen Artists Guild is an artist’s collective aimed at assisting established and emerging artists to market their work, increase their sales, network with other artists, and further their business skills. Our region covers all of the Saugeen watershed, but we also welcome artisans from outside this area as well. The communities within this region are culturally diverse and the artwork of our members reflects their passion in our area and in their craft. Late summer and fall have been busy months creating and showing in many locations in our community. We had a wonderful evening at 'Art Beneath the Autumn Sky' a fundraising event for our local library with food, drinks, music, art and local support. Many thanks to the organizers of this event and to the library for including our artwork. We have been hard at work and are pleased to announce our annual Christmas show and sale ‘The Spirit of the Season’ will be held November 1st to December 23rd. Come and see us at our beautiful new location this year at 254 10th St. in Hanover (right beside the Post Office). We are wheelchair friendly! Be the first to see the artists' work and meet some of our artists at our grand opening on Saturday, November 3rd from 10am to 5:30pm. Don’t forget to sign up for our free gift basket draw! (No purchase necessary.) Enjoy the work of 29 of our local artists, which includes a unique collection of painting, jewelry, sculpture, glass, pottery, metal work and more. Purchase that unique gift for that special someone in your life. And if you see exactly what you want, be sure to ask for our special card ‘I want that!’ to give to your special someone for you. Our November hours are Monday - Saturday 10am to 5:30pm Our December hours are Monday - Saturday 10am to 5:30pm and Sundays 12noon to 4pm If you are interested in joining us or for more information about our artists and the show and sale visit our website at www.saugeenartists.ca or check us out on Facebook at Saugeen Artists Guild. We hope to see you there!

COMING EVENTS december SANTA IN THE SQUARE Heritage Square December 2, 2018 | 3:00pm - 5:00pm

CAROL OF THE BELLS Heritage Square December 2, 2018 | 6:00pm - 6:30pm

HANOVER KINSMEN SANTA CLAUS PARADE Downtown Hanover December 2, 2018 | 7:00pm

COUNTRY CLASSICS COUNTRY CHRISTMAS Hanover Civic Theatre December 21, 2018 | 7:00pm - 9:30pm

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FOOD & AGRICULTURE BENEFITS OF HAVING A FARMERS MARKET IN YOUR COMMUNITY Rosemary Crick // Eat Well Farmer's Market

There are many benefits to having a

their community and the retired seniors

to know our community. You are amazing

farmers market in your community.

like Charlotte at her Market Garden, the

peeps with high vibes!”

Three of these benefits are economic

market encourages economic activity for

development, health and culture.

literally all ages.

Eat Well Market is helpful to Hanover’s

Sandra’s Fabulous Fish brings in fish

economic development. It is situated in

from Manitoulin Island and other local

Heritage Square right in the centre of the

fisheries. Sandra is a great motivational

downtown core and is one of the area’s

speaker and encourages the youth at the

biggest tourist draws. When people shop

market to promote their businesses.

at the market they stay in the area to shop at the local businesses. The farmers market is a great place for a small business to start. Both Raschle’s and Zettels are established farms in our community. Eat Well Market has offered the opportunity for the young generation of these families to operate organic grass fed beef businesses. Beatrice Raschle has been a market vendor for a few years now offering her home made European baking. This past year her son Mike returned home to help on the farm and to run an organic grass fed beef operation that he now runs out of Eat Well Market.

By offering products from four local farms, Amanda from Lockerby Lamb helps Eat Well Market appeal to more customers. This community minded

to help Hanover residents have access to healthy local food all through the year. Eat Local Grey Bruce delivers to your door in Hanover. Fork n’ Good Food from Walkerton provides shoppers with healthy and delicious vegan options. Their smoothie cups and breakfast bars make eating healthy easy and delicious.

success of the market.

Eat Well Market contributes to Hanover’s

Eat Well Market benefits Hanover by

culture. It is proud to be included in

providing healthy choices as leading a

Hanover Culture Days. One of the new

healthy life starts with real, nourishing

street banners has the Eat Well Market

food. The vegetables sold at Eat Well

name on it! Live music adds to the

Market are all grown locally without

summer atmosphere. Heritage Square is

chemicals and are harvested just hours before coming to market. Charlotte’s Garden Market and Fair Fields Farm offer berries that are super charged with vitamins. Crickhollow offers a wide selection of vegetables from spring until

generations. The market helps to keep

fall including carrots, stir fry vegetables,

young adults like Mark and Emily in our

salad mixes, herbs and more.

community. Mark and Emily Zettel sell

This summer the market welcomed

fed beef.

Local Grey Bruce (eatlocalgreybruce.ca)

approach to small business helps the

Zettels have been on their farm for five

organic vegetables, sprouts, and grass

EWM has recently partnered with Eat

nutritionist Shannon Marie Crowder of Holistic Health and Harmony to the mix

accessible for wheelchairs and strollers and there is plenty of comfortable seating. There are food and health care products that are impossible to find anywhere else in Hanover. And what is more fun than eating good food!? Wayne at Lake House Pantry always has delicious samples to try. Their preserves are attracting a loyal following. Patricia and her daughters serve West Indian food with rich flavours hard to come by in this area.

From these young families with their

with her vibrant energy and essential

babies in tow, to the youth at Launch

oils. On her Facebook page Shannon

Local economic development, vibrant

Pad and Hanover Hills Dairy Goats, to

states “We had a great season at the Eat

health and culture – three great ways Eat

middle age folks wanting to give back to

Well Market! The best part was getting

Well Market helps Hanover. //

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FINANCIAL ADVICE TIPS FOR CREATING A REALISTIC BUDGET Erin Aldridge, Branch Manager // Meridian Credit Union

Budgeting isn’t a dirty word, yet for

to fluctuate each month such as

your expenses, be mindful of what

many people the process of creating

groceries, clothing and gas.

you’re really willing to sacrifice and

and living on a budget is seen as confusing, restrictive and scary. “Creating a budget is actually a very straightforward process,” says Erin Aldridge, Branch Manager at Meridian, Ontario’s largest credit union. “Budgets aren’t difficult but they require organization and discipline in order to be successful.” Meridian offers the following tips to help you create a realistic and successful household budget:

Tally your monthly expenses and subtract from your income. If you’re not balancing or ending with a surplus you either have to cut back on your spending or make more money to make up the difference. 3. You Don’t Have to Go At It Alone Whether you hate math or are confused by financial jargon, when it comes to budgeting you don’t have to go at it alone. From user-friendly computer budgeting programs to free

1. Take an Inventory of Your Income

online budget worksheets, anyone

In order to find out how much you can

can find an easy to follow budgeting

spend you first need to calculate how

system that works for them.

much money you have coming in. Start by listing all your sources of monthly income including your paycheques, government tax credits, assistance or grants. Be sure to calculate your net income as opposed to your gross income. 2. Monitor Your Monthly Spending Create a listing of all your expenditures throughout the month. File all your spending under two categories, fixed or variable. Fixed expenses are expenses that must be paid on a regular basis and the cost stays relatively the same each month. Examples of fixed expenses include your mortgage/rent, childcare and utilities. Variable expenses tend

compromise on. For example, if you’re spending a lot of money eating out, then consider scaling back by making dinner at home and packing a brown bag lunch to work. Remember, you don’t have to deprive yourself completely but instead make small, consistent changes to your spending habits and that will make a big difference. 5. Nothing is Written in Stone When it comes to budgeting, nothing is written in stone. Aldridge recommends that personal and household budgets be revisited and reassessed every other month. “Life changes and so should your budget. I can’t stress

You can even work with a financial

enough that budgets are not about

professional to create a solid budget.

deprivation, but instead about making

Meridian offers its members free budget counseling to show them how to properly create a realistic budget that factors everyday costs and expenses while encouraging ways to save up for that unexpected rainy day. 4. Be Realistic “The top reason why budgets fail is because people are too unrealistic,” says Aldridge “In my experience, I find people become too rigid with their budgets and in the end they give up on it completely.” When trying to trim down on

your money work as hard and smart as you do.”

BUDGETS AREN’T DIFFICULT BUT THEY REQUIRE ORGANIZATION AND DISCIPLINE IN ORDER TO BE SUCCESSFUL.” Visit www.meridiancu.ca for more budgeting information. //

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HERITAGE HANOVER THE SPIRITS OF CHRISTMAS PAST Al Morrow // Town Historian

“Are you the spirit, sir, whose coming was

relatives between Christmas and New

dread. Every Saturday morning, we

foretold to me?” asked Scrooge.

Year’s trying to eat twelve pieces of

had to take a spoonful of castor oil.

“I am!”

different Christmas cake, one from each

It didn’t matter that Christmas was

“Who and what are you?” Scrooge

house where they visited. This was to

not on a Saturday. We had to take it

demanded.

bring good luck for all twelve months of

on Christmas morning as well and it

“I am the Ghost of Christmas Past.”

the year.”

“Long past?” inquired Scrooge.

Joan Nicholson, who operated a

“No, your past.” So goes the dialogue from Charles Dickens’ story, “A Christmas Carol” as Scrooge confronts the first of three spirits.

hardware store with her husband for many years in Hanover, also had a Christmas memory she used to tell – a story that seems humourous now, but

In this article I offer you some “Stories of

one, the details of which, she dreaded as

Christmas’ Past” which might guide you

a child.

to scenes of long years ago.

“My mother was always a very

seemed almost blasphemous to spoil a wonderful occasion in this way. Sure enough, waiting on the table was that bottle of castor oil and some spoons. My elder brothers took the medicine, but I would pretend to be busy doing something. When they would call me for my turn, I would say that I had already taken it. This didn’t fool anybody as there was always an unused spoon on

The first is a memory of a Christmas

meticulous person. Everything in the

custom retold to me by Myrtle Peppler

house had to be in perfect order even

Alles who grew up in our town a century

if she was simply going out for a while

ago. The custom originated in Germany

shopping. On the way out, if she saw

there was often castor oil all over the

and was transplanted to certain

something out of place or a picture

place. Once we had taken our medicine,

households in Hanover.

crooked, she would stop and put things

my mother never worried about us over-

right before she would continue on

eating on the rich food that always came

her way. Likewise, before retiring for

at Christmas. She said we could eat all

the night, things had to be completely

we wanted.

cleaned up. This was the routine.

While visiting an older member of

small child. Dad said an old woman

Now, Christmas Day was one of the most

our church family, my wife and I were

heavily veiled, dressed all in black and

special days of the year. However, the

jingling a lot of chains would knock on

routine did not change. Beds had to be

the door demanding to see the children.

made and rooms cleaned and inspected

you squirm a little.

She would admonish them for any

before we were allowed downstairs. We

misdemeanours committed in the past

knew the den door would be locked and

The Christmas Eve service at the big

year, extract promises to behave better

that we could not get in to see what

in the future and hear them say their

Santa had brought until everything was

prayers. After she left, shaking her

in order. After fulfilling these chores and

chains and muttering, the children were

duties, the doors were finally thrown

allowed to go to the parlour to see the

open and the long-anticipated moment

Christmas tree, lit with candles, with

would arrive.

“My father used to tell me about the Bellsnigel (sometimes spelled Pelsnickle or Belschipel) who came to his house every Christmas Eve when he was a

their gifts beneath it.

the table. It took my mother and my father and two of my brothers to hold me down and when the deed was done,

treated to this Christmas tale by Florence Bluhm, which is bound to make

“Red” Lutheran Church in Hanover has always attracted parishioners and visitors alike. In the early years of the last century, some who lived far away out in the rural areas would come by horse and sleigh. On one particular Christmas Eve, a

Eventually, it was time for breakfast

young couple did just that, having come

When I was a teenager, young girls my

and another one of my mother’s routines.

from a fair distance outside the town.

age used to call on all their friends and

This particular ritual I had come to

The young man had spread straw in the

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bottom of the cutter to keep their feet

make any kind of fuss, she caught hold of

with me to stop – that I was too old. I tried

from freezing – both of them dressed in

whatever it was by pinching a fold of the

to but couldn’t seem to shake the habit.

heavy, warm coats. After parking the

outside of the coat and she sat there for

horse and the sleigh in the church shed, the couple entered the church and settled themselves in a pew. They were enjoying the service with its candlelight and joyous singing of carols. About half-way through the pastor’s sermon, when the church was quiet, the woman could suddenly feel something

the rest of the service in that position. After the service was over, investigation revealed a dead mouse which had, no doubt, come along with the fresh straw in the sleigh. I wonder if we could have remained as calm in a similar situation. And finally, I tell a tale of my own to end

moving inside her coat. She shifted in

with about a “habit” that was hard to break.

the pew, but could feel the same thing

I was about five or six years old and was

again and again. Not wanting to disturb the silence or

still sucking my thumb. My mother and grandmother had scolded me and pleaded

It was something I only did at night after I went to bed. No doubt, it was soothing and helped me to get to sleep. One particular autumn, my grandmother, who lived with us, had an old gentleman visit her from Western Canada. They had been neighbours from the years when my grandparents had farmed in Saskatchewan. Naturally, we kids were ushered in to meet the special visitor. Little did I know that I was about to receive a terrific shock. The older man looked at me with a critical eye and without any greeting he simply said, “I here tell that you suck your thumb.” I stood there dumbfounded, not knowing what to say. Holding out his own hand, he stated, “See what happens when you suck your thumb too much.” I stared with wide eyes and my mouth gaping. His own thumb was just a short, rounded stump. I was shocked. I tried desperately to fight back the tears. Later, my grandmother, realizing the state I was in, came to me and hugged me. We talked about the problem and while she never told me really why the gentleman had no thumb (a farm accident, no doubt), she suggested putting my hand under my pillow when I went to sleep to keep the thumb out of my mouth. We also set a goal of quitting this habit by Christmastime. It was hard at first and many times I awoke in the morning with my thumb not where it was supposed to be. It was Christmas morning of that year that I finally awoke with my hand under my pillow. I went to tell my grandma first thing. She smiled and hugged me again and said, “That’s the best Christmas present you could ever give me.” You know, to this day, I still often find that hand under my pillow when I wake up. // 11


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HOME & COMFORT UPDATING YOUR FIREPLACE Kim Schaab // Emke Schaab Climate Care

Wood burning appliances are great

By upgrading the wood burning fireplace

of ashes, no wood chip droppings to

sources of heat, but come with a few

to a gas or propane unit, these concerns

clean up and no smoke smell. Having an

drawbacks. These include chopping,

and hassles become a thing of the past.

annual service on the unit will keep the

hauling and piling wood before the

With log sets that are strategically placed

flame looking in top shape. Other perks

weather starts to get too cold. Keeping

on burners with embers and glass to

of converting to gas or propane fireplaces

a stack of newspapers to help start the

accent, the realistic looking flame is easy

is that your insurance company will

fires and a pail for removing the ashes

to achieve and convenient use. There is

appreciate the lower risk level and should

throughout the winter, take up space

no more struggling with matches, lighters

you sell your house, there is less issues to

near the appliance. Monitoring and

and kindling when your hands are chilled

come across in the sale.

stoking the fire, so it doesn’t go out on

from being outside. Instead, a flick of a

Wood burning fireplaces are great to keep

switch or a push of a button has the unit

you comfortable, if you have the time to

lighting up on demand. With thermostatic

ensure your ready for the heating season.

controls, the unit will kick in as required

Updating your unit to gas or propane

tracked around the house and the times

to keep the area comfortable.

will ensure you can enjoy the comfort of a

smoke fills the room because someone

The design of a gas or propane fireplace

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REAL ESTATE INEXPENSIVE WAYS TO PREPARE & STAGE YOUR HOME FOR WINTER Stephanie Hocking, Broker // Royal LePage RCR Realty Brokerage

Winter is just around the corner and while this may not be something you are excited for, why not enjoy ways to prepare and make your home look cozy and inviting over the winter months. It is a good idea to winterize both the interior and exterior of your home for the cold months ahead. This will help maintain your home over the winter to minimize significant damages or repairs. • Winterizing the Exterior Inspect Your Roof: Check to make sure that all the shingles are securely attached and that there are no holes or cracks in the flashing or roof vents. Clean Your Gutters: Clear your gutters of any leaves or debris as clogged gutters are one of the most common culprits of water damage in a home. Prevent Ice Dams: Check your attics ventilation and insulation, the primary

Clean, Check Smoke Alarms and Carbon

lights on timers so when you arrive home

Monoxide Detectors: Most alarms and

it feels welcoming. Add a throw or warm

detectors come with a "test" feature

blanket to the back of your chair or couch;

which allows you to make sure they are

light scented candles or simmer cinnamon

functioning properly.

sticks on the stove. Place greenery around

shrubs, bushes and perennials which will

Reverse Your Ceiling Fan: Set your fan

your home or create centerpieces for your

lead to healthier growth in the spring.

speed to low and set it in a clockwise

table and add some twinkling lights.

• Winterizing the Interior

direction which will decrease the amount

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in your home so you can enjoy being

stripping if necessary to save you money

• Staging Your Home

indoors on those cold snowy days. Enjoy

on your utility bills.

Having a cozy and inviting home during

your home this winter! If you have any

Tune-Up Your Heating System: Have

the winter months will brighten your

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your furnace cleaned, inspected, replace

home. Some inexpensive ways to do so

call or text my cell at 519.373.3039, email

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are: Add a wreath to your front door and

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reason for ice dams is poor ventilation. Ice dams can damage gutters, walls, ceilings and can even cause mold. Take Care of Your Landscaping: Treat your lawn prior to winter and prune your

Check for Drafts: Check doors and

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BUILDING & BYLAWS GOOD TO KNOW Town of Hanover

Accessible Parking Permit (APP)

Q: Can I sit in the car in a disabled parking space with my Accessible Parking Permit (APP) visible while my family or friends go in the building for me? A: No. The person with the disability MUST exit the vehicle if occupying a spot designated for the use of someone with a disability. If the person with the valid permit remains in the vehicle, then the passenger is considered to be using the permit for personal use when they exit the automobile. If the person with the disability does not exit the vehicle then there is no need to be occupying the accessible parking space. Q: Can I use my Accessible Parking Permit (APP) in an area signed as No Parking or No Stopping? A: No. The APP does not allow parking in a restricted area such as No Parking / No Stopping or No Standing Q: Can my friends or family members use my permit when parking? A: No. Only the person the permit has been issued to may use the permit to park in a Disability Access parking space. Use by another person can result in the permit being confiscated and fines up to $5,000.

Q: Do permits expire? A: Yes. All Ontario issued Accessible Parking Permits have an expiry date. Always check to make sure it is valid and not expired. Expired permits will result in the vehicle being considered illegal in an accessible parking space. Q: It's an Ontario issued permit, are the rules all the same in Ontario? A: No. Each municipality honours the accessible parking permits independently. The only rule that is common is that the permit may be used in a designated accessible parking space. Other uses for the permits are decided in each municipality based on local needs or conditions. Q: What can I use my accessible parking permit for? A: A valid Ontario Accessible Parking Permit can be used by a person who was issued a permit in their name to occupy a parking space designated for those with a disability. These parking spaces are marked with a posted sign baring the universal disability sign as well as marked on the pavement. Accessible parking permits are issued to the individual with the disability, the permit privileges are not transferable. The permit is not valid when displayed on a vehicle and the vehicle is not being used to pick up, drop off or transport the holder of the permit named therein. Persons who use an Accessible Parking Permit in the absence of the permit holder, may be charged under the Highway Traffic Act. A current valid permit must be displayed and clearly visible on the vehicle’s sun visor or front dash, so the permit number and expiry date is clearly visible. Accessible parking permits shall not be altered or defaced in any way. Photocopied or reproduced copies (by any means) are not valid. Persons using copied, altered or fraudulently obtained permits may be charged under the Highway Traffic Act. Committing any of the above offences may result in your vehicle being ticketed and/or towed.

Sight Triangles

On a corner lot, within the triangular space formed by the street lines and a line drawn from a point in one street line to a point in the other street line, each such point being 9 metres measured along the street line from the point of intersection of the street lines, no building, structure or planting which would obstruct the vision of drivers of motor vehicles shall be erected with the exception of the Downtown Commercial (C1) Zone. Such triangular space may hereinafter be called a "sight triangle". Where the two street lines do not intersect at a point, the point of intersection of the street lines shall be deemed to be the intersection of the projection of the street lines or the intersection of the tangents to the street lines. ATMOSPHERE / 16

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 1:00am until 6:00am. Non-compliant vehicle owners are subject to a fine, and their vehicle could be towed at their expense. This bylaw is proactively enforced from December 1st to March 31st. • 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 do not 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 accumulation. When shoveling, plowing or snow blowing your driveways, please ensure that you are not covering the hydrant. Hydrants play a very important part in firefighting and accessibility to each hydrant is imperative. Thank you to the residents of Hanover for your understanding and continued support for making our streets safer through the winter season.


SHOP LOCAL N W DOWN T O HANOVER • SHOPPING LOCALLY BENEFITS OUR COMMUNITY When you shop locally, the money you spend stays in our community and supports employment. • SHOPPING LOCALLY IS THE BEST WAY TO FIND HIDDEN GEMS AND KEEPS OUR COMMUNITY UNIQUE There’s nothing quite like the feeling of finding something your friends have never seen before. Whether it’s jewelry from a local metal smith, a purse from a local boutique or pottery from a local artisan, local shops have the best potential for one-of-a-kind, "where-did-you-get-that, I-love-it-so much" uniqueness out of any shopping you can do. Local businesses give our community its flavour. • KNOW THE PEOPLE BEHIND THE PRODUCT When you personally know the people behind the business where you’re buying local products and services, you enjoy a connection you would not otherwise have. • BETTER CUSTOMER SERVICE When you shop local, the business owner is usually directly connected to every employee in the store. That leads to a personal approach that often means any problem you have is taken seriously.

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COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PARTNERSHIP & HANOVER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE YOUR COMMUNITY Town of Hanover

Community Improvement Partnership

Promote Your Business

Watch for details on upcoming promotions organized by C.I.P.: Hanover Holiday Shop & Win Promotion: Shop, gather stamps and enter to win Hanover Holiday Dollars. The 2018 promotion runs from November 19th to December 19th, with two Early Bird Bonus Prizes. Participating Hanover businesses are listed on both the C.I.P. and Chamber website. Looking Just Around The Corner to 2019: Hanover Visitor Guide & Coupon Book, Sights & Sounds Festival Sponsorships, and the Summer Radio Campaign. Santa Will Be In Hanover on Saturday December 1st! Breakfast with Santa, Carol of the Bells & Hanover’s Santa Claus Parade. Join the Mayor and Town Crier as we officially welcome the Christmas Season to Hanover with the Lighting of Heritage Square. 2019 Sights & Sounds Festival: Plans will begin shortly for our 15th Annual Sights & Sounds Festival which gathers our community residents and visitors as we celebrate in Hanover. To save a specific 2019 Event Sponsorship for your business, please contact our C.I.P. Office. We have a sponsorship package suited to every business. Mark your calendars Thursday July 25 - Sunday July 28, 2019.

This is Hanover’s Biggest Block Party! Be sure to save the date: 4th Saturday in July Contact Info

Community Improvement Partnership A. 269 7th Ave. Hanover ON N4N 2H5 | T. 519.506.2474 | E. cip@hanover.ca | W. sights-sounds.ca

Hanover Chamber of Commerce

Join the Hanover Chamber in 2019! Network, attend events and functions, and participate in joint promotions with more than 170 Hanover Chamber Members. First Time Memberships offered at a Chamber bargain of $75. + HST. Join now and participate in our final 2018 events, with something scheduled each month. Visit: hanoverchamber.ca for an application form and a complete listing of What We Do, along with Plans and Events for 2019.

Nomination forms are now available for Hanover’s 2018 Awards:

Citizen of the Year, Lifetime Achievement Award, Business Citizen of the Year, Youth Citizen Award Visit our website for the application form, with submissions due by January 18, 2019. Presentations to honour our valued volunteers will be made during our Annual Dinner Meeting & Awards Banquet in late March.

Our plans for the upcoming months:

November: Business After 5 networking social featuring a ‘Make & Take’ trip to Davishill Nursery with a Christmas Theme. December: The Mayor’s Luncheon, our highlight event of the year. A Christmas Luncheon meeting and Christmas Social, which includes a listing of noteworthy milestones in 2018: The Mayor’s Top 10. January & February: We will host Luncheon Meetings, with speakers geared to Hanover and area businesses, including networking.

Portable Accessibility Ramps:

This is your final reminder for our 2018 Subsidy Program to assist Chamber members with the purchase of Portable Accessibility Ramps. Visit our website sidebar for your information package and application form.

Contact Info:

Hanover Chamber of Commerce A. 214 10th Street, Hanover ON, N4N 1N7 | T. 519.364.5777 | E. info@hanoverchamber.ca W. hanoverchamber.ca | Connect. Promote. Grow. ATMOSPHERE / 18


ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DISCOVER MORE April Marshall // Town of Hanover

A Cultural Plan for the Town of Hanover What Is This Project About? The Town of Hanover is a community rich in arts, heritage and culture. The Town’s forthcoming Cultural Plan will profile the Town’s rich cultural resources and identify better ways to coordinate, align and promote the Town’s cultural resources to both residents and visitors to our community. The project will also broaden the recognition of the Town of Hanover as a creative and vibrant municipality where the growth of the cultural sector is fostered as a vital component of the community’s social and economic well-being. To support the development of the Cultural Plan a community engagement process is being used to seek ideas and input from across the town. The final Cultural Plan will be a standalone document designed to support the policies and goals listed in several of the Town’s strategic guiding documents. The plan will include the vision and principles, municipal roles and partnerships opportunities, strategic actionable initiatives and a detailed implementation plan designed to assist in monitoring progress and deliverables. Where Are We Now? Based on the foundation laid out by the mapping inventory, the Cultural Plan will focus on gaining input from the Hanover community and key cultural businesses, organizations, and stakeholders. The input from these sessions will be used to develop a cultural vision for the town, identify appropriate strategies and actions to support cultural development across a wide range of interests, and create a Cultural Plan that will help to inform municipal and community based decision-making across the town. Input on the development of The Cultural Plan is provided by the Cultural Plan Steering Committee: Al Morrow, Bev Morgan, Dave Hocking, Dave Schefter, Dianne Mather, Jennifer Hillier, Pat Butler and staff, April Marshall and Sherri Walden. Stay current on survey results and the Plan's process by visiting our website hanover.ca/cultural-plan. Learn more about Cultural Planning, Cultural Mapping and Culture Led Economic Development. April Marshall, Economic Development Manager at the Town of Hanover

In 2018/19, WOWSA is celebrating its 10th anniversary of connecting local professional women and business owners. We hope you’ll join us at one of our monthly meeetups!

10TH ANNIVERSARY EVENT SCHEDULE October 26, 2018

November 15, 2018

Small Business Week: Digitizing Your Business Sponsored by Saugeen Economic Development Corporation “Good Enough” with Anne Day Sponsored by Mapleton Chamber of Commerce and Mary-Lou Fletcher, Woods, Clemens, Fletcher & Cronin Professional Corporation

Mount Forest

Drayton

January 17, 2019

Womens’ Wellness

February 15, 2019

Financial Fitness Sponsored by Meridian Credit Union

Hanover

Inspiring Women: The Maven Project Sponsored by Carrie Mathews, Miller Insurance

Harriston

March 21, 2019

Mount Forest

April 11, 2019

Headshot Happy Hour

Hanover

May 2, 2019

To be announced!

Neustadt

Late May, 2019

June 13, 2019

Drayton Festival Theatre Networking & Production Sponsored by Jack Financial

Drayton

Women-Owned Business Tour Sponsored by RBC Harriston

Harriston

+ WATCH FOR A BONUS 10TH ANNIVERSARY EVENT! VISIT WOWSA.ca TO REGISTER FOR EVENTS! WOWSA.GROUP

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LAUNCH PAD YOUTH ACTIVITY AND TECHNOLOGY CENTRE Emily Morrison // Executive Director, Launch Pad

Here at Launch Pad Youth Activity and Technology Centre, the staff are dedicated to helping many youth build their knowledge and skills for their future. Our skills programs integrate local employment opportunities in an effort to showcase our youth the successful career opportunities that exist in Grey and Bruce Counties. BUT WE NEED YOUR HELP! Our programs are at maximum capacity and to impact more youth we are seeking out more instructors and volunteers to increase the number of programs offered at Launch Pad. We are interested in not only maintaining our current trade skills, art, culinary, and technology programming, but if you have a skill to teach and the time – we are interested! After school programs run in 8-week sessions once a week for approx. 90 mins. We are also beginning to offer field trips to Grade 7 and 8 students so if instructing during the day is easier for you – please let us know! If you or someone you know is willing to share your skills, please give us a call at: 519.506.6300 or email launchpad@yatc.ca Check out our website for a schedule of our Winter After School Programs starting January 2019 www.yatc.ca

To Contact Launch Pad:

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Parks, Recreation & Culture Guide Volume 8 ¡ 2019

P&H Centre

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

Facility Hours

September 4, 2018 - March 24, 2019 Monday - Friday | 6:00am - 11:00pm Saturday & Sunday | 7:00am - 11:00pm

Customer Service Desk Hours

Monday | 8:00am - 6:00pm Tuesday - Friday | 8:00am - 8:00pm Saturday & Sunday | 10:00am - 3:00pm

Facility Closed:

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December 24, 25 & 26, 2018 December 31, 2018 at 3:00pm January 1, 2019

Aquatic Centre................................................................25

Department Contacts

Pool Schedule.................................................................28

Sherri Walden Director of Parks, Recreation & Culture t. 519.364.2310 x 2123 e. swalden@hanover.ca

Aquatic Program Descriptions.......................................30 Winter Aquatic Lessons..................................................32 Pool Programs................................................................33 Advanced Training & Courses.......................................35 Children's School Break Programs.................................36 Adult & Senior Programs................................................38 Skating Schedule............................................................39 Town of Hanover Facilities & Indoor Track.....................40 Age Friendly....................................................................41 Heritage Committee........................................................42 Culture Services..............................................................43 Community Organizations..............................................44 ATMOSPHERE / 22

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 Lyndsay Regier Administrative Supervisor t. 519.364.2310 x 2135 e. lregier@hanover.ca Steph Burt Aquatic Assistant t. 519.364.2310 x 2124 e. sburt@hanover.ca


Parks, Recreation & Culture Master Plan - Parks, Recreation & Culture

In July 2018, Council approved the Hanover Parks, Recreation and Culture Master Plan. Our staff team and the Parks, Recreation & Culture Advisory Committee are actively working on implementation strategies. The full master plan is available at hanover.ca/parks-and-recreation-master-plan.

Our Mission

Working in partnership with the community, we create opportunities for leisure activities, facilitate sustainable quality facilities, and support healthy lifestyles for all ages and abilities. We are a centre of excellence for our facilities and programs.

Our Vision

We are a community that provides an inclusive and sustainable system of experiences that celebrates the Town’s heritage, culture and natural landscape while promoting a healthy active lifestyle. The master plan details objectives and key initiatives for the next 15 years, 2019 to 2032. There are 20 objectives and suggested initiatives that have been identified in the principal themes of Healthy Community, Regional Centre and Sustainable Municipal Operations. For 2019 Our Focus Will Include But Will Not Be Limited To: • Trails – considering trails system expansion and timing particularly in our east end; in town links and signage. • Participation and facility use statistics and data reporting. • Working relationship with Brockton and West Grey recreation staff members (we began meeting in September 2018). • Policy development and enhancement in the areas of rates and fees, facility allocation and RZone. • Support the Cultural Plan process through Economic Development Committee. • Consider adult recreation programming needs input. Key to the implementation of our master plan initiatives is our community! Our ability to provide diverse programming relies heavily on community organizations and third-party program providers. This is not expected to change. The recommendations included in our master plan are reliant on maintaining and enhancing existing relationships and developing community capacity as the primary source of achieving healthy community goals. Further updates will be available via the Town website hanover.ca/parks-recreation-and-culture and social media. Staff contact for more information: Sherri Walden | swalden@hanover.ca | 519.364.2310 x 2123

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Parks, Recreation & Culture Services

Online Registration - fast, easy, secure!

About Us

Register online at hanover.ca/e-services or stop by our office for any recreation programs beginning:

Our department strives to provide quality services and

• December 5, 2018 for Hanover Residents

ball diamonds, trail system, arena, aquatic services,

• December 12, 2018 for Non-Residents Phone registrations will be accepted after December 5 (Hanover residents) or December 12 (all other area residents) with credit card payment.

functions related to parks, playgrounds, athletic fields, 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.

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.

2. Bruce County Residents — Bruce County Social Services 519.881.0431 or 1.800.265.3005.

3. The Town of Hanover has a subsidy program available to

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. Everything found in this book and more is available on our website hanover.ca

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.

Refunds & Credits

A refund or credit will be granted and calculated as follows: • Program cancellation by Department - full registration fee. • Individual cancels 7 days prior to program start date - registration fee less $20.00 administration fee. • Last minute cancellations (less than 7 days prior to program start date) - registration fee less $20.00 will be granted as a credit on account (Note: Program status is decided 7 days prior to program start date. Your withdrawal may put the class below it's minimum number to operate.)

Prior to or during the program due to:

• Medical Reasons - value of remaining classes less applicable administration fee, provided no more than 75% of session has passed. • Program Dissatisfaction - value of remaining classes less applicable administration fee, provided no more than 50% of the session has passed.

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Aquatic Centre 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

$110.92

$179.41

Student (5-17 years)

$4.75

$40.38

$76.00

$171.21

$272.54

Senior (65+ years)

$4.75

$40.38

$76.00

$171.21

$272.54

Adult (18 years and older)

$5.50

$46.75

$88.00

$212.30

$356.08

Aquafit

$6.75

$60.75

$121.50

$212.30

$356.08

Family (same household, max. 5)

$12.25

$104.13

$196.00

$367.15

$597.11

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.

Healthy Swimming Etiquette Shower Before You Swim

It's recommended to shower with soap and warm water before entering or re-entering the pool deck. It’s clean, it’s green!

Photographic Devices

The use of any device that is capable of rendering a photographic image is prohibited in the showers, change rooms, washrooms, observation area and pool area. (Includes GoPros)

Instructors & Assistant Instructors

All classes will be taught by a fully-certified Lifesaving Society 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 swim instructor tailor their classes to effectively meet the needs of each child.

Progress Evaluation Wear Appropriate Footwear

Bring clean flip flops or sandals to wear on the pool deck. Street shoes are not permitted.

Food-Free Zone

Only water is permitted on pool deck in a plastic reusable container.

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

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.

Did You Miss a Lesson?

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Facility Swim Test POOL ADMISSION STANDARD IS A PROVINCIAL LAW THAT POOLS MUST FOLLOW. The recreational swim admission standard is applied to all recreational swims. Aquatic staff may ask a participant for a demonstration of their 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 with his/her face in the water. • Must be a recognizable stroke. • Swimmers must maintain a regular, comfortable breathing pattern and must not stop during the entire distance. Ages 0-7

STOP • Children must be within arms reach of a guardian (14 yrs+) at all times, regardless of swimming ability. • •

Ages 8-9

One guardian is required for every two children (1:2).

Children age 8 and 9 who cannot successfully complete the facility swim test must stay within arms reach of their guardian (14 yrs+).

One guardian is required for every two children (1:2).

One guardian may supervise up to five children wearing lifejackets (1:5).

GO • Children age 10 and older may enter the pool area independent of their guardian. Swimming with a buddy is strongly recommended.

Age 7 & Under

Within arms reach in water. Age 8 & 9 complete swim test.

CAUTION • Children age 8 and 9 who successfully complete the facility swim test may swim independently of their guardian (14 yrs+). •

Ages 10+

Children age 7 and under may not be admitted to the swimming pool unless they are accompanied by a parent or guardian (14 yrs+).

Age 14+

Age 14+

Age 8 & 9

Within arms reach in water. Age 14+ Within arms reach in water.

Age 8 & 9 with lifejackets

Age 10+

Public Pools Regulation, Under the Health Protection and Promotion Act Reg. 565.s.17.21. Lifesaving Society`s Guide to Ontario Public Pools Regulations, Section 17.

WINTER SAFETY - KEEP OFF THE ICE

Venturing onto frozen ponds, reservoirs, lakes and canals can easily have fatal results. It might be tempting to walk or play on the frozen water, but the ice can easily break. The temperature of the water is cold enough to take your breath away, which can lead to panic and drowning.

TAKE NOTE OF THESE 3 TIPS:

• Teach children not to go onto frozen water under any circumstances. • Children and pets are particularly at risk when tempted to play on the ice. • Remember, the ice quality and thickness varies across a body of water, and both can change very quickly. ATMOSPHERE / 26


Moving Forward with New Programs Moving Forward

We are pleased to support the development of new aquatic programs and offer a refresh with new opportunities. It keeps our aquatic programs appealing and interesting! Fall 2018 realized the launch of a community, volunteer driven swim team. The swim team has 50 registrants in their first season with many volunteer board members supporting the organization’s development. Hanover has not had a community organized swim team for almost 20 years! As well, our Department received Government of Ontario funding to purchase equipment and initiate new physical activity programs. FloatFit and aquapoles will allow us to provide new and unique physical activity programs to attract new pool patrons and provide different alternatives for existing participants. The reality with implementing new initiatives and supporting community programs within our existing pool schedule is that revisions and changes will be necessary. Our pool staff have visited a number of pools recently to learn from their shared pool programming options. The potential to attract new pool patrons who will experience physical and social benefits, as well as the opportunity to offer unique programs is positive.

To accommodate program development, our pool patrons may note changes and revisions in our public program schedule. This may include but is not limited to the following: • Shared pool by multiple programs occurring at the same time • Schedule revisions • Registered versus drop-in programs due to limited or specialized equipment Cooperation will be required by program organizers, participants and instructors moving forward. We anticipate some growing pains, however, flexibility, understanding and cooperation will be necessary as we strive to alleviate reduction of programs or times to create pool time in our facility. Our recent Council approved Master Plan, Mission and Vision statements that were developed with community input. The swim team development and new programs support our Mission Statement - ‘Working in partnership with the community, we create opportunities for leisure activities, facilitate sustainable quality facilities, and support healthy lifestyles for all ages and abilities. We are a centre of excellence for our facilities and programs.’

As these programs evolve, we will be open to feedback to be considered as they move forward. Thank you in advance for your cooperation. We look forward to the centre of excellence opportunities these new programs offer as they support healthy lifestyles while working in partnership with our community members.

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Pool Schedule Winter Schedule - January 7 - March 24, 2019 MONDAY

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

6:00-8:00am

11:45-12:45pm

11:45-12:45pm 8:35-9:50pm

6:00-8:00am

6:00-8:00am

6:00-8:00am

11:45-12:45pm

11:45-12:45pm 8:35-9:50pm

11:45-12:45pm

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

Aquafit / *Aqua Motion* | 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

7:30-8:15pm 3 Lanes

8:30-9:15am Circuit Training

8:30-9:15am

7:30-8:15pm 3 Lanes

Aqua Motion | 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 2 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 | Entire Pool • 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

Schedule Changes

Friday, February 1, 2019 PA Day Swims (toonie swim) | 1:00-2:00pm Thursday, February 14, 2019 Adult & Tot Valentine's Day Swim 11:30am-12:30pm

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

3:00-4:00pm

Help Reduce Pool Closures

A pool fouling will cause a closure of our pool anywhere from 1-24 hours. Here are some healthy habits you can take to stop the spread of germs and reduce the number of closures in our pool: • Take your kids on bathroom breaks or check diapers often. • The use of a swim diaper is mandatory to enter the pool if a child is not yet fully toilet trained.

Monday, February 18, 2019 Family Day FREE Swim | 1:00-3:00pm

• Do not swim if you are feeling sick or have been sick in the past 24 hours. This is especially important for children in diapers.

Mon. March 11 - Fri. March 15, 2019 Pick up our March Break Schedule!

Thank you for your assistance in keeping our pool clean for all to enjoy.

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• Wash your body thoroughly with soap and water before swimming.


Swim Lessons Conversion Chart

We are now proudly offering swimming lessons through the Lifesaving Society. While the names of our classes have changed, our commitment to providing excellent instruction remains the same. Please see the chart below to identify which level your child should register in for the upcoming season.

Conversion Chart Previously Red Cross Lessons

Previously YMCA Lessons

Hanover Lifesaving Society Lessons

Starfish

Splashers

Parent & Tot 1 (4 - 12 months)

Duck

Bubblers

Parent & Tot 2 (12 - 24 months)

Sea Turtle

Bubblers

Parent & Tot 3 (2-3 years)

Sea Otter 1

Bobbers

Preschool A1 (3 - 5 years) *Parent in for the first 3-5 lessons

Sea Otter 2

Bobbers

Preschool A2 (3 - 5 years)

Salamander

Floaters

Preschool B (3 - 5 years)

Sunfish

Divers

Preschool C (3 - 5 years)

Crocodile

Surfers

Preschool D (3 - 5 years)

Whale

Dippers

Preschool E (3 - 5 years) Beginner 1 - Little to no experience with swimming

Swim Kids 1

Otter

Swimmer 1 (6 years and up)

Swim Kids 2

Seal

Swimmer 2 (6 years and up)

Swim Kids 3

Dolphin

Swimmer 2 (6 years and up)

Swim Kids 4

Swimmer

Swimmer 3 (6 years and up)

Swim Kids 5

Star 1

Swimmer 4 (6 years and up)

Swim Kids 6

Star 2

Swimmer 5 (6 years and up)

Swim Kids 7

Star 3

Swimmer 6 (6 years and up)

Swim Kids 8

Star 4

Swimmer 7 (6 years and up)

Swim Kids 9

Star 5

Swimmer 8 (8 years and up)

Swim Kids 10

Star 6 / 7

Swimmer 9 (8 years and up)

(OR Bronze Star pending swim ability & age)

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Aquatic Program Descriptions Program

Description

Parent & Tot 1 (4 - 12 months)

With a caregiver the child will explore the water through buoyancy, movement skills, introduction to PFD's and entries. Learn how to help your child play in the water with comfort and confidence.

Parent & Tot 2 (12 - 24 months)

With a caregiver the child will perform assisted front and back floats, learn how to travel at the surface by kicking, and introduction to entries with a PFD. This level teaches children to get their face wet and blow bubbles.

Parent & Tot 3 (2 - 3 years)

With a caregiver the child will have fun jumping into the water with assistance. They learn to hold their breath and open their eyes under water. Kicking on front and back provide the building blocks for orientation and stroke development.

Preschool A1 (3 - 5 years)

Preschoolers develop a foundation of water skills with the Instructors. Swimmers jump into chest-deep water assisted. Floating on front and back, and back glides with assistance for 3 seconds. Shallow water movement wearing a PFD. Fitness swim 1-2m assisted. (Parents to accompany child into the water for the first 3-5 classes)

Preschool A2 (3 - 5 years)

Preschoolers develop a foundation of water skills with the Instructors. Swimmers jump into chest-deep water assisted. Floating on front and back, and glides with assistance for 3 seconds. Shallow water movement wearing a PFD. Fitness swim 1-2m unassisted.

Preschool B (3 - 5 years)

Preschoolers jump into chest-deep water and get in and get out wearing a PFD. They submerge and exhale under water. They glide on front and back 3m and with a buoyant aid will flutter kick on back 5m. Fitness swim 2-4m unassisted.

Preschool C (3 - 5 years)

Preschoolers try both a jump and a side roll into deep water while wearing a PFD. They recover objects from the bottom in waist-deep water. They work on kicking and gliding through the water on front and back unassisted. Fitness swim 5-7m unassisted.

Preschool D (3 - 5 years)

Preschoolers learn independent jumps into deep water and exit. They open their eyes under water and recover objects from chest-deep water. Front crawl is introduced at this level and for 2-3m unassisted. Fitness swim is 7-9m unassisted.

Preschool E (3 - 5 years)

Preschoolers build on deep water skills by demonstrating a forward roll entry with a PFD. They develop endurance by holding their breath under water for up to 10 sec. Interval training and whip kick is introduced at this level. Fitness swim 10-12m.

Beginner 1 (6 - 8 years)

This is an introductory class for children aged 6 to 8 with little or no experience in the water. Participants will learn head and face submersion, front/back and side swim (assisted). The swim instructor works to ensure that the participants become comfortable in the water and have fun developing a basic foundation of water skills.

Swimmer 1 (6 years and up)

Beginners become comfortable jumping into water with and without a personal flotation device. They open their eyes, exhale and hold their breath underwater. They work on floats, glides and kicking on front and back.

Swimmer 2 (6 years and up)

Advanced beginners jump into deeper water, and become comfortable falling sideways into the water wearing a personal flotation device. Swimmers support themselves at the surface without an aid, recover an object in chest-deep water. Fitness swim is 10-15m.

Swimmer 3 (6 years and up)

Swimmers develop front and back crawl strokes, and explore whip kick in a vertical position. Swimmers tread water for up to 30 sec and learn to transition from front to back flutter kick. Fitness swim is 20-25m.

Swimmer 4 (6 years and up)

Swimmers work towards stride dives and standing dives into deep water. They improve the front crawl, back crawl and whip kick. Swimmers are introduced to a 3m underwater swim. Fitness swim is 50m.

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Aquatic Program Descriptions Swimmer 5 (6 years and up)

Junior swimmers shallow dive into deep water and perform in-water back somersaults. They achieve the Canadian Swim to Survive Standard: roll into deep water, tread 1 min and swim 50m. Swimmers continue to develop front and back crawl while breaststroke skills are introduced. Fitness swim is 100m.

Swimmer 6 (6 years and up)

Intermediate swimmers increase efficiency in front crawl, back crawl, and work to develop breaststroke skills. They are introduced to stride entries, scissor kick and vertical dolphin kick. They also develop strength and power by performing front and back crawl sprints. Fitness swim is 150m.

Swimmer 7 (6 years and up)

Intermediate swimmers master dolphin kick, diving off of blocks and eggbeater. They are introduced to sculling and continue to maximize efficiency in front crawl, back crawl and breaststroke. Fitness swim is 300m.

Swimmer 8 (8 years and up)

Swimmers rise to the challenge of advanced aquatic skills including head and foot first surface dives and a 25m obstacle swim. First aid focuses on assessment of conscious victims, contacting EMS and treatment for bleeding. They swim lengths of front crawl, back crawl and breaststroke. Fitness swim is 350m.

Swimmer 9 (8 years and up)

Swimmers continue stroke development with 75m swims of front crawl, back crawl and breast stroke. Lifesaving skills include a rescue with a buoyant aid and a timed object support. First aid focuses on assessment of unconscious victims, treatment of victims in shock and obstructed airway procedures. Fitness swim is 500m.

Swimmer 10 (8 years and up)

Advanced Swimmers develop each stroke over 100m. They also learn lifesaving skills such as entries with aids, and removals of unconscious victims. First aid focuses on treatment of victims with bone and joint injuries, and respiratory emergencies. Swimming drills develop a strong lifesaving foundation. Fitness swim is 600m. If your child is 11 or 12, Bronze Star is recommended instead of Swimmer 10 pending abilities.

* Family Rate - 3rd child (or more) half price - Applies to lesson of least cost. (Includes Parent & Tot 1 - Swimmer 10)

Swim Lessons Swim Lessons Prescreening January 7 - March 22, 2019 Monday - Friday | 11:30am - 12:30pm January 26 - March 23, 2019 Saturday & Sunday | 12:00pm - 12:45pm

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.

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. Per Lesson 5 Lessons 8 Lessons Private $40.24 $139.94 $167.32 Semi-Private $33.48 $105.48 $117.18

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.

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Winter Aquatic Lessons Program

Cost

Wednesdays Thursdays Saturdays Code Code Code Jan. 23 - Mar. 20 Jan 24. - Mar. 21 Jan. 26 - Mar. 23

* Lessons will only be 8 weeks to accommodate winter weather conditions. No lessons during March Break

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Parent & Tot 1 4 - 12 months

$61.65

6:00 - 6:30pm

6526

5:30 - 6:00pm

6527

Parent & Tot 2 12 - 24 months

$61.65

6:00 - 6:30pm

6529

5:30 - 6:00pm

6530 10:15 - 10:45am 6531

Parent & Tot 3 2 - 3 years

$61.65

6:00 - 6:30pm

6532 10:15 - 10:45am 6533

Preschool A1 3 - 5 years

$64.86

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

6534 6535

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

6536 10:30 - 11:00am 6538 6537 11:00 - 11:30am 6539

Preschool A2 3 - 5 years

$64.86

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

6540 6541

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

6542 10:45 - 11:15am 6544 6543 12:00 - 12:30pm 6572

Preschool B 3 - 5 years

$64.86

5:30 - 6:00pm

6546

5:00 - 5:30pm

6547 11:30 - 12:00pm 6548

Preschool C 3 - 5 years

$64.86

4:30 - 5:00pm

6550

5:00 - 5:30pm

6551 11:30 - 12:00pm 6552

Preschool D 3 - 5 years

$64.86

4:30 - 5:00pm

6553 12:00 - 12:30pm 6554

Preschool E 3 - 5 years

$64.86

4:30 - 5:00pm

6555 12:00 - 12:30pm 6556

Beginner 1 6+ years

$64.86

5:15 - 5:45pm

6580 11:00 - 11:30am 6573

Swimmer 1 6+ years

$64.86

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

6549 6557

5:30 - 6:00pm

6558

Swimmer 2 6+ years

$64.86

5:00 - 5:30pm

6559

4:30 - 5:00pm

6577 10:00 - 10:30am 6560

Swimmer 3 6+ years

$64.86

5:00 - 5:30pm

6561

5:30 - 6:00pm

6545 11:15 - 11:45am

Swimmer 4 6+ years

$64.86

4:30 - 5:00pm

6563

5:00 - 5:30pm

6564 11:00 - 11:30am 6581

Swimmer 5 6+ years

$69.15

5:45 - 6:30pm

6565

5:45 - 6:30pm

6566 10:00 - 10:45am 6582

Swimmer 6 6+ years

$69.15

5:45 - 6:30pm

6567

5:45 - 6:30pm

6568 10:00 - 10:45am 6583

Swimmer 7 6+ years

$69.15

5:00 - 5:45pm

6569

10:15 - 11:00am

6574

Swimmer 8 8+ years

$69.15

5:00 - 5:45pm

6570

9:30 - 10:15am

6575

Swimmer 9 6+ years

$69.15

9:30 - 10:15am

6576

Swimmer 10 8+ years

$69.15

9:30 - 10:15am

6578

9:30 - 10:00am

6528

9:30 - 10:00am 6571 11:00 - 11:30am 6579

6562


Pool Programs Adults/Teens/Seniors Lessons

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. Dates

January 26 - March 23, 2019 (No Class March 16)

When

Saturdays | 12:00 - 12:30pm | Code: 6520 Saturdays | 12:15 - 12:45pm | Code: 6521

Cost

$117.20

Stroke Correction

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

January 26 - March 23, 2019

When

Saturdays | 12:00 - 12:45pm

Cost

$3.00 per visit (30 minutes)

Lifesaving Fundamentals Club

A recreational entry-level introduction to lifesaving fundamentals, with a continued focus on stroke technique. This program emphasizes healthy lifestyles, teaches team building, ethics in sport and athlete responsibility. Athletes progress at their own pace and complete skills like 400 to 1000 metre workouts, dives, flip turns, towing with a rescue tube and swimming under obstacles. Coach: Christina Schnell *Must be able to swim two lengths of the pool. "Free Try It" Night: Thursday, December 13 | 5:30-6:30pm Dates

January 8 - March 21, 2019 (No classes March 12 or 14, 2019)

When

Tuesdays | 4:30 - 5:30pm (Code: 6522) Thursdays | 6:30 - 7:30pm (Code: 6523)

Cost

$108.00 / 1 night $172.80 / 2 nights

Intro To Waterpolo

This sport focuses on Waterpolo fundamentals, swimming, treading water, throwing and most importantly FUN! Prerequisite: Ability to swim 1 length of the pool and age 7+. We will be offering 2 "Free Try It" days. Saturday, December 8, 2018 | 8:30 - 9:30am Wednesday, January 9, 2019 | 5:30 - 6:30pm Dates

January 26 - March 9, 2019

When

Saturdays | 8:30 - 9:30am

Cost

$78.55 | Code: 6524

Hanover Swim Club

Join the Hanover Swim Club and be introduced to the fundamentals of competitive swimming, build a passion and love for the sport and improve physical fitness and endurance. The program will also promote team work, ethics in sport and fair play, while building self confidence and a positive attitude. The main focus of this program is to have FUN! The program has been setup in alignment with Swimming Canada's Long Term Athlete Development plan. The head coach for this program is Katrina Carter, a NCCP Fundamentals Coach. *Must me able to swim two lengths of the pool. Dates

January 8 - March 28, 2019

When

1 or 2 times per week (Tuesday, Thursday or Friday)

Please visit www.hanoverswimclub.ca for more information on times, cost and registration.

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Pool Programs Become an Aquatics Volunteer Why Volunteer?

• Help others learn how to swim • Meet new people and make new friends • Gain experience that will assist you in joining our team • Learn new skills, use existing talents and abilities • Take on new and exciting challenges • Enthusiastic volunteers are needed!

How to Volunteer

Register for a free Aquatic Volunteer Workshop. An aquatic volunteer workshop will get you prepared for your first day of volunteering. In this workship you will learn your role and responsibilities as a volunteer, songs, and games safety formations, and ways to assist with stroke correction. Being at least 13 years old and having Bronze Medallion is a requirement due to the specialized nature of aquatics and the needs of our program. Please register online, in person at the customer service desk or over the phone. Dates

Monday, January 14, 2019

When

4:00 - 7:00pm

Cost

FREE! | Code: 6525

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FloatFit

The hottest trend in water aerobics is here! FloatFit classes help build balance, core strength, and over all fitness in all participants. Best of all, it’s FUN! Exercises are performed in a circuit style class with controlled work and rest periods to give you an effective workout. Our certified instructors will demonstrate and help modify exercises to best suit your fitness level. Note: Participants must be comfortable in the water. It is possible to fall off of your AquaBase. You will have to enter the water to get to your AquaBase. (Pre-registration is required) Not sure if FloatFit is right for you? We have two FREE Try It sessions. Registration is required as AquaBases are limited. "Free Try It" Sessions: (Pre-registration is required) January 10, 2019 | 10:30-11:00am or 11:00-11:30am January 14, 2019 | 7:00-7:30pm or 7:30-8:00pm Note: Limited to 10 participants per session Dates

January 16 - February 13, 2019 (Code: 6503) February 20 - March 27, 2019 (Code: 6586)

When:

Wednesdays | 8:00-8:45pm

Cost

$51.83 per session


Advanced Training & Courses Adult Lifesaving Program

Introducing a brand new 3-in-1 Adult Lifesaving Program, geared specifically towards adults (18+). The program is ideal for anyone considering a career in aquatics, for firefighters looking to enhance their resumes, teachers taking their classes on water related field trips, or anyone currently working in or around the aquatic environment. Successful candidates will be certified in Bronze Medallion, Bronze Cross and Standard First Aid/CPR/AED. Taught by a highly qualified and experienced instructor, this program covers three courses in a condensed format making it a one-stop-shop for all your lifesaving courses! Dates

Mondays | January 21 - March 4, 2019 (No class February 18)

When

5:00 - 8:00pm

Cost

$281.14 (exam fee included) | Code: 6585

Become a Lifeguard and Swim Instructor for the Town of Hanover Bronze Star

Recommended 12 years

Bronze Medallion

Must be 13 years or have Bronze Star

Volunteer

It's time to start volunteering in our Learn to Swim Program. Our FREE Volunteer workshops are offered in January & June. Prerequisite: Bronze Medallion, Emergency First Aid and must be 13 years of age.

Bronze Cross

Must have Medallion / Emergency First Aid

Assistant Instructor

Must be 15 years by the end of the course and have Bronze Cross

Swim Instructor (LSS)

Must be 16 years by the end of the course, taken Assistant Instructor & Bronze Cross

Lifesaving Instructor (LSS)

Must be 16 years by the end of the course & have Bronze Cross.

Standard First Aid + CPR C Recommended 12 years

National Lifeguard

Must be 16 years by exam date and have Standard First Aid and Bronze Cross

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Children's School Break Programs No School… No Problem! Check out our PA Day 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. Pre-registration 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. Ages

4 - 10 years old

Where

P & H Centre, Lions Den & Lounge

Time

9:00am to 4:00pm | Supervised drop off 8:00am to 9:00am | Supervised pick up 4:00pm to 5:15pm

Cost

$41.00 per day | 3rd or more children half price on the same day (same household)

Christmas Break Camps

• Wednesday, January 2 | Operation Pixar | 4 - 7 yrs (Code: 6453) | 8 - 10 yrs (Code: 6456)

Make your way to 42 Wallaby Way as campers explore the best of Pixar including: Finding Nemo, Toy Story, The Incredibles and Monsters Inc. We’re not clown fishing around…Bake Squirt Turtle cakes and take part in our “scarer of the day” photo contest. Campers will be encouraged to “just keep swimming!” and use their super power speed around the ice (skating optional).

• Thursday, January 3 | Shipwrecked | 4 - 7 yrs (Code: 6454) | 8 - 10 yrs (Code: 6457)

Get your snorkel ready as we dive into the deep blue sea. Put on your shades and escape the snowy weather with beach themed games and activities. Swimming and skating (optional) will be a great way to round out the day.

• Friday, January 4 | Blizzards of Fun | 4 - 7 yrs (Code: 6455) | 8 - 10 yrs (Code: 6458)

Come ready to eat pancakes with Frosty before we start our day. Pack your snow pants and warmest mittens for our snowy adventure! Get ready for snow angels, tobogganing, snowman building and snow painting. Skating (optional) and a polar dip in the pool will add to our snowy fun!

PA Day Camps

• Friday, February 1 | Snowflake Fun | 4 - 7 yrs (Code: 6504) | 8 - 10 yrs (Code: 6505)

This day off from school is full of winter fun! A dip in the pool, skating (optional), snowman making, tobogganing (weather permitting) and some snowball target practice. Warm up with hot chocolate and winter crafts. It’s sure to be a snow-rific day!

March Break Madness Camps

March Break will be here before we know it! Be sure to check out our exciting camps and activities for the entire week off from school! Keep your eyes peeled for the March Break flyer released in February for more details. • Monday, March 11 - Into the Wild

• Tuesday, March 12 - Colour Me Crazy

• Wednesday, March 13 - Passport to Fun

• Thursday, March 14 - Kamp K Fiesta

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Family Day Programs Family Day Celebrations - Monday, February 18th, 2019 Join us for a fun filled day of swimming, skating, children’s activities, horse drawn wagon rides (weather permitting) and more! • Like us on Facebook to stay connected with celebration updates. • Check out the full listing of events happening in Grey and Bruce Counties at playbrucegrey.com, or like the PLAY in Bruce Grey Facebook page.

Road Hockey Tournament

Join us for our annual road hockey tournament. Date and times to be determined. Pre-registration is required for the tournament. Registration forms will be available at the P & H Centre Customer Service Desk after Family Day. For more information, call: 519.364.2310 x 2128.

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Adult & Senior Programs Chair Yoga

This class will focus on stretching and strengthening the body in a simple and safe way. No need to have experience in yoga. Please wear comfortable clothing. Breathing techniques will be a part of the content of this course to help the body relax and leave the room with a clear mind. (No class on Family Day) When

Mondays | January 21 - March 4 (Code: 6501) Mondays | March 18 - April 22 (Code: 6502)

Time

10:00 - 11:00am

Where

P & H Centre | Lions Den

Cost

$55.00 per session

Huff n' Puff Hockey

Recreational pick-up hockey with an emphasis placed on the social aspects of the game. Our program is intended for players who are friendly, enthusiastic, and ready to cheer on teammates while playing a good game of hockey! * Ages 50 and above. When

Tuesdays | January 8 - March 19 | 4:00-4:50pm Fridays | January 11 - March 22 | 3:30-4:20pm

Where

P & H Centre

Cost

$10.00 per visit

Standing Yoga

Beginners welcome! This class is one of the best classes to start with if you are new to yoga and you consider yourself an active person. We work the body from head to toes, at a good pace so you can learn all the postures. This class offers a great opportunity to relax and learn. Please wear comfortable clothing. Yoga mats are not provided. When

Thursdays | January 24 - February 28 (Code: 6518) Thursdays | March 21 - April 25 (Code: 6519)

Time

10:00 - 11:00am

Where

P & H Centre | Lions Den

Cost

$55.00 per session

Carpet Bowling

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 are always welcome!

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When

Tuesdays | January 8 - April 23 Canceled March 12, 2018

Time

1:00 - 3:00pm

Where

P & H Centre | Lions Den

Cost

$2.50 per person per day


Skating Schedule Pick up a copy of the skating flyer, visit our website at hanover.ca or call 519.364.2310, press 4 for skating dates and times. There are times when public skating is cancelled due to special events.

Leisure Skate - September 17, 2018 to March 17, 2019 FREE Public Skate Wednesdays | 4:00 - 4:50pm Sundays | 11:00 - 11:50am

Adult & Tot Skate ($2.00 per adult) Mondays | 9:00 - 10:00am Fridays | 9:00 - 10:00am

Adult & Senior Skate ($2.00 per person) Mondays | 10:00 - 11:00am Fridays | 10:00 - 11:00am

Christmas Break & PA Day Skates

Christmas Break Skates FREE Skates | 11:00 - 11:50am Thank you to our Sponsors! Thursday, December 27 Friday, December 28 Monday, December 31 Wednesday, January 2 Friday, January 4

Shinny

Friday, December 28 Wednesday, January 2

Monday, December 31 Friday, January 4

Junior Ages 7 - 9 8:00am - 9:00am Intermediate Ages 10 - 12 9:00am - 10:00am Senior Ages 13 - 17 10:00am - 11:00am $3.00 per person. Helmets and gloves are mandatory. Full equipment is strongly recommended.

PA Day Skates

FREE Skates | 11:00 - 11:50am Thank you to our Sponsor Canadian Tire

Friday, February 1

Shinny

Friday, February 1 Junior Ages 7 - 9 8:00am - 9:00am Intermediate Ages 10 - 12 9:00am - 10:00am Senior Ages 13 - 17 10:00am - 11:00am $3.00 per person. Helmets and gloves are mandatory. Full equipment is strongly recommended.

Slice Of Ice Shinny Rentals

For shinny rentals during PA Days, Christmas Break, March Break or Snow Days. Shinny rate available Monday to Friday, 6:00am to 4:00pm, when booking is less than 24 hours in advance of the ice booking. $35.00 per hour + insurance + HST. Looking to rent the ice for a birthday party, group of friends or family event? We have some available ice time on Saturdays, after 9 pm.

Some great ‘last minute’ ice rates available: Prime Time – Last minute booking, less than 72 hours (3 days) prior to booking - $102.46 per hour + insurance fee + HST. Non Prime Time – 7 days or less of booking date - $58.58 per hour + insurance fee + HST. This is 50% off non-prime rate & opportunity to book your preferred ice time for PA days, Christmas Break or March Break. Call 519.364.2310 x 2135 to inquire about date and time availability. Payment is required at time of booking. *Prices subject to change.

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Town of Hanover Facilites & Indoor Track Facilities for Rent

Are you planning a reception, banquet, seminar or meeting? The Town of Hanover has a variety of 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. Note: Maximum capacity for rooms are subject to room setup style.

Location

Facility

Maximum

Setup Styles

Equipment

Kitchen(ette)

Saugeen Room

30 50

Tables, Chairs, Overhead Projector Screen, TV

X

Community Hall

Boardroom, Classroom, Theatre/Presentation

Theatre

261

Boardroom

16

Classroom

50

Lounge

50

Lion's Den

125

Ice Pad

2100

Pool (Regional Aquatic Centre)

230

Civic Centre

P&H Centre

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. ATMOSPHERE / 40

Accessible Seating

Boardroom, Classroom, Theatre/Presentation, Round tables

Tables, Chairs, Overhead Projector Screen, TV

X

X X X

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

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. Walk or Run : 6:00 - 8:00am Seniors Walk : 8:00 - 10:00am Stroller Time (parent & tot) : 10:00 - 12:00pm Walk or Run : 12:00pm - Close

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


Age Friendly Hanover Age-Friendly

Our committee continues to make progress.

• Monthly Age Friendly information ad in the Hanover Post - 3rd Thursday of every month until March 2019. • Senior Star Newsletter - Fall edition delivered directly to Hanover homes in early October. Spring edition will be delivered in March 2019. • Speaker Series - Information session for older adults began in November 2018. FREE information sessions with a variety of topics. See www.hanover.ca for the schedule or contact the office at the P & H Centre, 519.364.2310 x 2121. • Walkability assessment - assessment information from August work is being tabulated. Volunteers will walk the same routes in the winter to log their notes. The committee meets monthly on the third Tuesday at 2:00 pm. Age – Friendly updates available online at hanover.ca/age-friendly-hanover For more information contact : Laura Webb | 519.364.2310 x 2128 | lwebb@hanover.ca

Upcomming Speaker Series Schedule: • Wednesday, November 21st 2018 | Estate Planning with Ryan Enright and Chris Barfoot • Wednesday, December 12th 2018 | Sleep, Physical Activity & Sedentary Behaviour with Emily Powell from Grey Bruce Public Health. • Wednesday, January 23rd 2019 | TBD • Wednesday, February 6th 2019 | TBD • Wednesday, February 20th 2019 | TBD • Wednesday, March 6th 2019 | TBD *Note: All Speaker Series sessions will be located in the Lion’s Den at the P & H Centre and begin at 10am.

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Heritage Committee Hanover Heritage Advisory Committee

The Heritage Committee promotes Hanover history awareness, hosts events, creates displays and documents our Town’s past through our archive collection (photos, artifacts) and physical property inventory.

Building Recognition Signs

Take a stroll downtown and look for the brass plaques on the following buildings; Rexall, Temptations, Leifso & Leifso Professional Corporation Law Office, Dutch Deli, Gilkison Financial, Optical Gallery, Lyons and Company, McIntee and TD Bank. All of these properties are featured on the Hanover Historic Buildings Story Map. A virtual tour that provides a glimpse into the historical past of Hanover’s buildings. Go to: www.hanover.ca/history-and-heritage for the link.

Heritage Displays

For a glimpse into Hanover's past, view the displays created in the cases at the P & H Centre. Committee welcomes donations to our archives! If you have something that you feel is historically significant in your closets, drawers and attics, please contact us. We are looking for interesting Hanover artifacts and memorabilia that tell a piece of the story of Hanover’s past. Consider: Photos, books, postcards, awards, souvenirs, medals, pins, etc. Objects pertaining to: Military, businesses/stores, music, schools, medicine, sports, homes, churches, etc. From the eras: Early Years before 1900, New Century 1900 - 1914, World War 1 1914 - 1918, Roaring Twenties 1919 - 1929, Depression 1929 - 1939, World War 2 1939 - 1945, Baby Boom 1946 - 1966, Modern Times 1966 onward. More Heritage initiatives information at: hanover.ca/history-and-heritage.

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Culture 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). A venue that hosts a variety of musical performances, theatre productions and dance recitals.

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.

Winter 2019 Theatre Events

For more details regarding their performances and productions, see their website. December 6 - 9 | Bedtime Stories Hanover Community Players hanovercommunityplayers.ca March 23 | DancEnergy Competitive Showcase dancenergystudios.com

Back Porch Events Concert Series www.backporchevents.ca December 21, 2018 Country Classics Christmas December 31, 2018 Like Willie January 11, 2019 Bootleg Creedence February 1, 2019 Dreamboats March 1, 2019 The Shania Twain Experience "Closing Doors" - An original musical by JDSS! Coming June 2019!

For rental inquires, contact Hanover Parks, Recreation & Culture at 519.364.2310 x 2135.

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Community Organizations Airport

Saugeen Municipal Airport................................. 519.364.3220 saugeenmunicipalairport.com

Arts & Culture

Grey Bruce School of Dance Marie Bezeau................................info@greybrucedance.com Grey Bruce Singers Maria Ballagh..................................................... 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.................................. 905.522.2928

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

Children's Services Bruce Grey......................... 519.371.4453 www.bgcfs.ca

Hanover Happy Twirlers Square Dance Eric Fatum.......................................................... 519.364.5625

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................................................... 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

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

Business Contacts

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

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

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

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

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

Saugeen Economic Development Corp............. 519.799.5750 www.sbdc.org

Hospital Auxiliary Stacey Hogg...................................................... 519.364.2341

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

Hospital Foundation........................................... 519.364.2341

Community Organizations & Services, Local Charities

IWA Canada Local 2-500 (Office)......................519.364.2229

Town of Hanover Economic Development......... 519.364.2780

Air Cadets........................................................... 519.901.3292 thehenrys@sympatico.ca Alzheimer Society of Grey Bruce....................... 519.376.7230

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Kinsmen Club............................. hanoverkinsmen@gmail.com Knights of Columbus Jim Zettel............................................................ 519.364.4195


Community Organizations Launch Pad Youth Activity & Technology Centre..........................................519.506.6300 launchpad@yatc.ca Legion Ladies Auxiliary Branch #130.................519.364.2586 Lions Club Terry Leis.......................................... hanoverlions@gmail.com Masonic Lodge Hanover No. 432 GRC Al Morrow........................................................... 519.364.4810 Mental Health Team...........................................519.888.5885 Multiple Sclerosis Society..................................800.268.7582 Ontario Early Years Centre (Hanover Site)......... 519.376.8808 Owen Sound & Area Bereavement Support Group Jessica Slater............................................519.371.5331 x 223 Parkinson Support Carol Kraft.......................................................... 519.901.0061 PROBUS Club Lorna Eadie Hocking.......................................... 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 Jim Cox.............................................................. 226.434.2239

Womens House of Grey & Bruce County Counseling Crisis Line....................................... 800.265.3026 YMCA Community & Employment Services...... 519.364.3163

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

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

Outdoor

Saugeen Stamp Club Peter Kritz........................................................... 519.364.4752

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

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

Saugeen Nature.................................................... 519.364.9924 www.saugeenfieldnaturalists.com

Senior Citizen Friendship Centre........................ 519.364.4649 Social Services Grey County..............................519.376.7324 ........................................................................... 800.265.3119 South Grey Bruce Youth Literacy Council..........519.364.0008 St. John's Ambulance........................................ 519.364.7004 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

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Community Organizations Sports & Recreation

Badminton Club Rainer Schroeder.................................................. 519.364.2490

Legion Oldtimers Hockey Marc Kaufman...................................................... 519.386.3048

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

Master’s Slo-Pitch League Ron Harron............................................................ 519.364.3750

Goodtimers Hockey....................................bfahrer@hurontel.on

Ontario Special Olympics........................ 1.888.333.5515 x 246

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

Saugeen Triathalon Club............................ saugeentriclub.com

Hanover Barons Jr. C...................................barons@eastlink.ca Hanover Curling Club Doris Fisher............................................................ 519.364.1816 Hanover & District Figure Skating Club.................519.364.7494 Hanover Minor Ball............. hanoverminorbaseball@gmail.com Hanover Minor Hockey Dan Bailey..............................................................519.374.9900 Hanover Minor Soccer Eric Obermayer...................president@hanoverminorsoccer.ca Hanover Minor Ringette.........................................519.901.2257 isizer@gmail.com Hanover Mixed Slo-Pitch League Joe Allen............................................................... 519.369.2785 Hanover Raceway................................................. 519.364.2860 Hanover Tennis & Pickleball Club Stephen Peckham................................................. 519.364.4926 Pickleball - Murray Griffin......................................519.364.1754 hanovertennisclub@gmail.com Horseshoe League, Men’s Tim Becker............................................................ 519.270.8805 Ivan Monk...............................................................519.364.5106 Karate Dojo, The................................................... 705.321.9177 thekaratedojo.ca Kung Fu, Golden Tiger School..............................519.364.0123 Lawnbowling Club Linda Allen............................................................ 519.369.5420

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Shuffleboard Ross Miller............................................................. 519.364.5460 Snowmobile Club Chris Kanters........................................................ 519.379.6607 Swingbowling Bonnie Rody..........................................................519.364.1998 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


Health Care Organizations Hanover

a. 90-7th Ave. Hanover, ON N4N 1N1

a. 90 7th Ave. Hanover, ON N4N 1N1

p. 519.364.2340 w. hdhospital.ca

p. 519.506.HFHT (4348) w. hanoverfht.ca

Quality Care When You Need It… We`re Here

The Hanover Family Health Team provides primary healthcare services to patients rostered with Hanover family doctors. We also offer health promotion and disease prevention programs which are open to the general public. Please call or visit our website at www.hanoverfht.ca for more information. Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday – Friday

HANOVER DISTRICT HOSPITAL FOUNDATION HANOVER MEDICAL ASSOCIATES

w. hdhospital.ca

a. 118 7th Ave. Hanover, ON N4N 2G9 p. 519.364.2820 f. 519-364-3965 Dr. N.A. Abell

Dr. R. W. Basilij

Dr. S.D. Batten

Dr. S.P. Boron

Dr. D.J. Boughan

Dr. M.J. Labelle

Dr. R.B. Edington Dr. P.D. Gold

Dr. T.J. Heerema

Dr. R.J. Kieffer

Dr. C.L. White

Dr. R.J. Montag

p. 519.364.2340 x. 203 e. awainscott@hdhospital.ca

HANOVER CARE CENTRE/McVEAN LODGE p. 519.364.3700 w. canadiancarecentres.ca

SERENITY ASSISTED LIVING p. 519.369.3990 w. canadiancarecentres.ca

THE VILLAGE BY REVERA

The Hanover and District Hospital Foundation responds to meet the needs of our community, raising needed funds to support local health care at the Hanover and District Hospital. Please contact us to make a donation or volunteer. Hours 8:00am - 4:00pm, Monday-Friday

Do you know a friend or loved one facing a health crisis? • Spread the task of caregiving among many people so that no one person is alone, overwhelmed or compromised • Family, friends, relatives, neighbours, co-workers pool their talents to help • Makes caregiving a meaningful, loving experience replacing stress, fear and loneliness with teamwork, courage and friendship

p. 519.364.4320 w. reveraliving.com

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE INCLUDED IN THE HEALTH CARE LISTINGS PLEASE CONTACT PROGRESSIVE RESULTS GROUP Alex Kinjerski Graphic Designer Email: alexk@proresultsgroup.com Phone: 519.396.2769

For information on this caregiving model contact: Share the Care™ Promoter located at the Alzheimer Society of Grey-Bruce 519-376-7230 or 1-800-265-9013

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