5.01 Keeps families together

Are you interested in the idea of camping but don’t know where to start? Saskatchewan Parks and our Learn to Camp program can help!

Three ways to learn:Choose an overnight experience at one of three participating parks! We supply all of the camping equipment you will need. You supply your own food, bedding, and personal items (clothing, toiletries, etc).

Safe Routes to School (SRTS) describes a community-based road safety program that aims to make a child’s journey to and from school safer. It may also encompass other goals such as reducing child pedestrian injuries, promoting safety, creating a cleaner environment by reducing traffic congestion, and promoting a healthy and active lifestyle.

Family, Fun, and Fit provides an opportunity for physical exercise and recreational activities that participants may otherwise be unable to afford, or are unable to access due to language barriers or unfamiliarity with the community. Family, Fun, and Fit strives to support families that are in transition and who may be recovering from past experiences of torture and trauma by promoting a healthy lifestyle and encouraging family participation.

BUILDING INCREDIBLE BABIES (BIB) is a postnatal group that is was developed with the new mother in mind. Build confidence in your ability to parent and have fun while you are at it. We meet as a group and discuss a variety of parenting issues covering topics that you want to talk about.

CHANCES (Caring, Helping, And Nurturing, Children Every Step) exists to provide a range of child development and parent support services to children from 0-11 years and their families, particularly those experiencing additional life challenges. In the provision of a range of comprehensive programs and services. CHANCES Inc. exists to contribute to the wellbeing of children from 0-11 years and their families, particularly those experiencing additional life challenges.

Looking for some cool family fun? Skating sessions at Cloverdale Arena from Dec. 20 to Jan. 4. “Arena will be transformed into a winter wonderland, complete with an old-fashioned pond. This is an event the whole family can enjoy!”

As is Christmas tradition the Cloverdale Arena will be transformed into the Winter Ice Palace over the winter school break. This is a very popular event that the whole family can enjoy. 

Adaptive Recreation works within the Department of Parks and Recreation to provide recreational programs for the population of Fairbanks and North Pole who have a disability.  
Our programs change with the seasons, from biking and hiking in the summer to snow shoeing and x-c skiing in the winter with almost everything else in between.

Dieppe KITE International is the largest festival of its kind in North America.

The Dieppe Kite International is comprised of three types of activity: kite flying, community activities and cultural activities.

Interior Community Services is receiving thousands of dollars in federal funding to teach young families the art of canning. Seniors Minister Alice Wong says 25 thousand dollars will go towards the "We Can Together" program. Up to 100 seniors will volunteer their time to teach young families how to preserve food. Wong says the program will benefit seniors as well.

Bring the whole family for outdoor yoga! All levels are welcome to participate and no equipment is necessary (mats are optional). Children must be accompanied by an adult.