Recreation’s Fall Programs 2015

The Town of Slave Lake’s Recreation Department has A LOT going on to get you active this fall!

Programs are starting and they want you to know all about each of them. Jill Shepherd and Kim Lukan, from Recreation, have been working hard to offer the region some invigorating options to enjoy yourself and stay healthy! This season Recreation has partnered with terrific local organizations such as Smiling Dog Yoga Studio, Thrive Wellness Studio and Body Sculpt by Cindy Williams, to offer you the best. Some of your options include choosing from a selection of relaxing yoga classes, lacing up those runners to work your cardio, or learning great skills to become a babysitter.
walking

For Toddlers:

 Tumble Tots, September 29th – November 17th

For Youth Babysitting and Home Safety:

Babysitter’s Safety Program, October 24th & 25th (other dates available)

Home Alone Safety, September 19th (other dates available)

Yoga and Self Care:

Basics to Pregnancy & Birth, September 12th (other dates available)

Self Care Course, October 1st – 29th
Running

Chair Yoga, *UPDATE* Postponed start date: October 19th – November 9th, Cost: $35+gst

Yoga with Curves, October 14th – November 4th

Prenatal Yoga, September 14th – October 5th

Yoga for Teens, September 16th – October 7th

Sports:

Adult Co-ed Volleyball League, September 28th — December 7th
Learn to Run, September 14th – November 25th

Power Walking, September 22nd – November 24th
Soccer, October 1st – December 3rd

Even more details:

MRC Schedule, Fall and Winter

Fall and Winter Program Guide

Interested in any of these activities? Register at the MRC or contact the recreation ladies for further questions.

Jill Shepherd, Program Coordinator, Town of Slave Lake, jillian@slavelake.ca or 780-843-5641

Kim Lukan, Community Recreational Programmer, Town of Slave Lake, Kim.lukan@slavelake.ca or 780-849-1605

 

 

About Kyla Hackett:

My name is Kyla Hackett and I'm a writer for the Slave Lake Region website. I am also the Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) Coordinator for the Town of Slave Lake. What is FCSS you might ask? Well, we are all about building up preventative social programs in Slave Lake. We also enjoy informing everyone about the exciting monthly events taking place around here! Be sure to email me (kyla.hackett@slavelake.ca) if you have a community event you would like to spread the word about.

Ciao for now!