- by Jessica Barsky
We have a lot going on in our Junior area this month! Make sure to register for these special activities by emailing Jessica or with the front desk.
Saturday May 4th- SPIDERMAN VISITS THE WWC!
Thursday May 7th- TEEN COOKING:TACO TUESDAY
Friday May 10th & Saturday May 11th- Babysitting Certification Course
Saturday May 11th- Confectionery Creations
Tuesday May 14th- Crafty Corner
Tuesday May 28th- Crafty Corner
CHECK OUT EVENT DETAILS IN OUR PROGRAM GUIDE!
Time moves quickly and before we know it Summer break will be here.Don’t miss out on getting your children signed up for our awesome summer camps that run all summer long! Weeks fill up fast! You can check out information about camps in our spring/summer program guide and online.
- by Jessica Barsky
When: Wednesdays 6:45-7:45 am
Rejean Beauchemin puts our adult members through a variety of functional hockey drills such as passing, puck handling, skating and shooting. It is a great workout that is not only improving our members skills but also their conditioning. Come on out in full equipment for these invigorating morning skates!
GENERAL SKATE & GENERAL HOCKEY
General skate times are set aside for the enjoyment of all members. Come on out and enjoy a spin around the ice with friends and family. There are no sticks or pucks allowed on the ice during the general skate times and children under the age of 7 must be supervised by an adult. Helmets are strongly recommended for children under the age of 10. If you see anyone on ice with sticks and pucks during this time please inform Jessica, the rink attendant or Front Desk.
Saturdays 1:15-2:00 pm
Sundays 1:45-2:30 pm
General hockey times are set aside for the enjoyment of all members. Sticks and pucks are welcome but there is no pick up hockey or drill trainings allowed during this time. Ice space is shared between all members. Helmets are required for children 12 years of age and younger and recommended for all. Children under the age of 7 must be supervised on ice by an adult.
Saturdays 2:00-2:45 pm
Sundays 2:30-3:15 pm
*schedule is subject to change. Please check website for ice schedule updates.
The Dominion Securities Arena will shut down for annual maintenance for the month of June. After completion of our scheduled maintenance we will reopen in July.
- by Rob Guthrie
The 2019 edition of the Brew Ha Ha took place on Friday April 26th and the attendees are still raving about this fabulous event. Chef Dan and his team put in an exemplary effort with the entire meal pairing each dish with a fabulous local beer selection and as many have expressed “the best ever food at the Brew!”
Everyone in attendance left full from the fabulous dinner and adult beverages, and with a nice take away - a WWC insulated Red Solo cup and we have some of these limited edition cups for sale for $12 per cup! These cups are on display at the front desk and we can charge your account for your purchase – stock is limited so don’t delay!
- by Elsie Guenther
Join us on Sunday, May 12th for our Mother's Day Brunch
FRIDAY NIGHT AT THE WINT!
May 3 FRIDAY NIGHT AT THE WINT
3 course Dinner Featuring, Atlantic Salmon
Make your reservations with reception today.
We are you quick meal stop.
All day breakfast, fresh salads, sandwiches, made to order & kids meals.
Find us on facebook and Instagram, Urban Prairie Cuisine
We look forward to serving you
- by Christine Hysop
With warmer weather around the corner, we need to start thinking about safety in and around the water!
Keep young children and inexperienced swimmers in view and within arm's reach at all times when they are in water. This will reduce the risk of serious injury.
Carefully supervising your children while they are swimming or playing in or near water is necessary at all times. Children should be closely monitored even when they use swimming aids such as armbands, floating seats, water wings and neck rings. These devices are not intended to save lives.
Swimming aids can give a false sense of security, which could result in a lack of proper supervision. Careful supervision is essential to keep children safe.
Here are some more tips to help keep your children safe around water.
· Help your children learn about water safety by signing them up for a swimming and water safety program, sign yourself up for first aid training to learn basic lifesaving skills.
· Make sure young children and inexperienced swimmers always wear an approved lifejacket or personal flotation device when playing around water.
· Choose a safe place to swim, such as a supervised beach or public swimming pool. Check with your municipality for health and safety notices before wading into the water. This can include warnings about water pollution levels or a strong undertow.