- by Jessica Barsky
Registration for our Junior Recreation Spring Break Camps are open! We are offering a camp March 18th-22nd, which many private schools have off as well as camp during regular Spring Break week March 25th-29th. Registration deadline for the March 18th-22nd camp week is March 8th and the deadline for the March 25th-29th camp week is March 15th.
The camps are a great mix of physical activity as well as things to let them show their creative side. Don't Need a full week? You can also sign up for individual days! Lunch & Snacks included. Ages 5-11 years old
Camp 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
Standard Drop Off- 8:30-9:00 am
Standard Pick Up-4:00-4:30 pm
Some of our activities include:
Fitness- Yoga & Stretching
Items to Bring:
Non-Marking Running Shoes
$225 Members per week $275 Non Members per week
$50 Members $60 Non-Members
All fees will have GST added. Charges billed to member accounts or non members must supply a credit card.
BABYSITTING SPRING BREAK HOURS
The hours of babysitting March 25th-30th are reduced with many families away. Please visit us Monday to Friday 9:00 am-1:00 pm. We are closed on Saturday March 30th
- by Jessica Barsky
Our March 2019 Member Hockey Tournament started on Monday! On night one Team 2 (red) was able to get the win over team 1 (black). We are back on the ice for game 2 tonight at 8:00 pm. Come out and watch from the comfort of our Bistro on the second floor. Following the game there is a Tournament Mixer that is included with registration for all tournament participants! There will be delicious food and you will receive your complimentary beverage drink ticket.
Assorted Chicken Wings
Mac & Cheese Bites
Nacho Chips with Spicy Queso and Salsa
Look forward to seeing you all there.
GROUP SKATING LESSONS
Reminder that our final week of group skating lessons are on March 16th and March 18th. This is our last group skating session until Fall. If you are interested in skating lessons in spring, please contact Jessica for private lesson availability and information.
GENERAL SKATE & GENERAL HOCKEY
There is no General Skate of General Hockey on Saturday as our Member Hockey Tournament is taking place. There is still General Skate and General Hockey scheduled on Sunday March 10th.
When attending General Skate and General Hockey. Please make sure you are following the below guidelines:
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.
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.
If you see anyone on ice not adhering to these rules, please inform Jessica, the rink attendant or Front Desk.
- by Sharon Loewen
We welcome all of our members to bring visitors with them to try out the club. A reminder that the guest fee to bring a guest is $20 ($10 for children). If your guest is interested in trying out the club and engaging in our 2 month VIP trial, be sure to refer them to me and we will get them signed up. The trial is designed to give prospective members a well rounded experience at the club. As you are aware as members, there are so many different experiences to be had at the club, the true trial experience will occur over multiple visits.
If you bring a guest to the club and they enjoy it so much they want to have the trial, please email Sharon Loewen to refer them, and we will refund the guest fee once they are signed up for the trial.
Remember, guests are welcome to join you at the club 2x per month and up to 10x per year. If you have a friend who wishes to use the club more than that, then refer them to the VIP program, they probably would enjoy being a member!
- by Jeff Mitchell
Our Fitness Challenge is done for 2019, with some very impressive results in many of our categories. Please see the top results for each category below:
-Chin Ups = 24 reps
-Plank Hold = 11:34
-Push Ups = 50 reps
-Mile Run = 5:00
-Bike 2 min = 1.0 miles
-Skipping = 35 mins without stopping
-Jacobs Ladder 2 mins = 296 feet
-CN Tower (.34 miles) Stair Climb = 1:48 to complete the .34 miles.
-VMX 2 min rope climb = 426.5 feet
-Wall Sit = 9 minutes and 9 second hold at 90 degrees.
-Row 2 min = 641 meters completed.
BUT WHO COMPLETED THESE AMAZING FEATS OF FITNESS?
Curious minds want to know... and they will have to wait until next week's newsletter to find out who put up each of these great results for this year. TO BE CONTINUED.
WINTER FITNESS PROGRAMMING END DATE REMINDER
Winter session wraps up on Friday, March 22nd this year prior to our Spring break from regular programming the week of March 25th.
- by Elliott Beals
Last week the Canada Winter Games was held in Red Deer, Alberta. Congratulations to Team Manitoba on a 5th overall finish.
SPRING BREAK CAMP
March 25th – 29th 9am – 4:30pm. Ages 8 -18 See Elliott Beals for registration and details.
Adult Lessons (all levels welcome)
$10 per class
Singles ladder (all levels welcome)
Doubles Ladder (all levels welcome)