5.02 Provides safe programs for children and youth
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.
Playing for Keeps is…
Hitting the ground running. Getting the ball rolling. Shooting for a better quality of life. Fighting childhood obesity, diabetes and heart disease. Making the leap toward a healthier, stronger and more connected community.
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.
Highlight of Programs / Services Offered:
- The R.E.A.L Program is a service that matches children and with organized, registered recreational activities of their choice. The R.E.A.L. Program is administered through the City of St. John’s, Department of Recreation; however, the Program is supported and guided by the R.E.A.L. Program Steering Committee, which consists of representatives from various community and government agencies as well as interested individuals.
Alberta Avenue comes alive with a free arts festival featuring music, dance, theatre, film, literary, and visual arts. Artists collide in an environment of creative exploration and performances on rooftops, sides of buildings, back alleys, parks, old spaces and new spaces of 118th Avenue. You have the see it to believe it! Where won?t an artist be? Kaleido is produced by Arts on the Ave.
The Clare Recreation Department offers a monthly calendar of physical activities for youth, such as swimming and skating. Activities take place on Mondays from 3:15 - 4:15 p.m. A leader is hired one day per week in each elementary school to offer physical activity programming for students in grades 4 to 6 from 2:15 to 5:00 p.m.
Drum Artz Canada is excited to announce the launch of a free after-school drumming program in the Jane-Finch community. It is through Toronto Arts Council’s Targeted Enhanced Funding and the Halsall Family Foundation that this program is possible. Modeled after Brazilian Samba schools, our program provides professional training in Samba style drumming, as well as, steel pan playing.
Samba Kidz is a multi-arts program that provides young people with training in Samba music, Steel Pan, breakdancing, visual arts, stilt walking, theatre and more.
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