PROGRAMS  - Programs: Spring 2016  

April 11, 2016
 
 
Recreation Soccer
Registration deadline: Thursday, April 14.
I will be placing the t-shirt order on Friday, April 15. After that date, t-shirts can be ordered at an additional cost. There have been parents step forward to coach, although all help is welcome. A general meeting will be held on Monday, April 18 at Shamrock Centre and save the date for the Jamboree on Saturday, May 28.
 
 
Dog Training
4 spots available
Classes are Saturdays, April 23-May 21, 10:30-11:30 am. $110
All dogs must hold current vaccinations and owners must show vaccination records at first class, dogs must be 18 weeks or older, and registration includes What Is My Dog Saying Seminar for owners on May 14, 1-3 pm.
Please contact the Recreation Office to register.
 
 
Tennis
There is interest in tennis this year including instructional camps for youth and adults. If you are interested, please contact the Recreation Office.
 
 
Summer Employment Opportunities
Killarney Lake Red Cross Swim Instructors and Summer Activity & Splash Park Leaders
Applications are being accepted until 12 noon on Wednesday, April 13. For more information on both opportunities, contact the Recreation Office at 204.523.8920.
 
 
Reminder for Class Drop-Ins
Anyone who would like to drop-in to a class is more than welcome to do so. There is a $10 drop in fee per person per class payable to the Municipality of Killarney-Recreation. Payment can be dropped off at the Recreation Office after hours by sliding underneath the door. Thank you.
 
 
Home Routes Final Concert of the Season
Thursday, April 14, The Schotts, 7 pm, Buhler Residence. Admission: $20
Darrin and Alison are a picking, singing, and song writing duo from southwestern Ontario who bring harmonies and worldwide musicianship to their unique blend of country, bluegrass, and folk music. 
 
 
Morning Walking
There is still morning walking at Shamrock Centre, Monday thru Friday, 8:30-10 am. If you'd like to get out to stretch your legs in a safe environment, join the walkers each morning.
 

Individual Fitness Leader Program
Have you ever wanted to teach fitness courses? Now is your chance.
Motivate and educate an individual by administering a safe program of basic exercise in order to promote physical activity.
Become a certified fitness trainer with Manitoba Fitness Council.
Assiniboine Community College is offering 3 course programs;
Fitness Theory: February 26-28
Resistance Training: April 1-3
Individual Fitness Leader: Apr 29-May 1
Each course runs over a full weekend / Friday 6-10 pm, Saturday & Sunday 9 am-5 pm
$409 per course with instructor Sandra Gorzen
For more information contact Heather or ACC at 800.862.6307, ext 6002 or
continuingstudies@assiniboine.net
 

Ciara Zarn, MFC Fitness Leader, Lewis & Jones Community Fitness Centre
Ciara will be in the fitness centre Monday thru Thursday, 10:15-am-noon, to provide motivation, instruction and education to promote physical activity within the parameters of Canada's Physical Activity Guide. Please introduce yourself to Ciara or contact her through the Recreation Office. She will be happy to meet you during her work hours or by appointment.
 
 
 
 
 
 
55 Plus Games
Brandon, June 14-16
Registration Deadline: Friday, May 13
Check out the website at www.alcoamb.org
The games are open to any Manitoban over the age of 55.
 

Events Open to Everyone

1km Nordic Pole Walking Predicted Walk/Run(Riverbank Discovery Centre)

Individual: 55+


3km Predicted Walk/Run (Riverbank Discovery Centre)

Individual: 55+


5 Pin Bowling (Thunderbird Bowl)
 
Individual: Men's and Women's
Team: teams of 5
 
55+, 65+, 75+

Pins over average system will be used


9 Hole Golf (Glenlea Golf Club)

Individual: Women's and Men's

55+, 65+, 75+ & 80+


18 Hole Golf (Glenlea Golf Club)

(Net & Gross) Individual: Women's and Men's

55+, 65+, 75+ & 80+


Arts & Crafts (Brandon Seniors for Seniors Coop)

Many categories


Duplicate Bridge (Prairie Oasis Senior Centre)

Partner competition: 55+


Floor Curling (Riverview Curling Club)

Teams of 4: Cues & Non-Cues, 55+


Floor Shuffleboard (Riverview Curling Club)

Partner competition: 55+, 70+


Horseshoes (Brandon Legion)

Individual: Men's & Women's, 55+


Lawn Bowling (Rideau Park)

Mixed Triples event (must have 1 Female/2 Males or 2 Males/1 Female)


Pickleball (Healthy Living Centre - Brandon University)

Team event: 55+, 65+ (& 75+); Beginner & Experienced levels


Scrabble (Brandon Seniors for Seniors Coop)

Individual: 55+


Slo-Pitch (Simplot Ball Diamonds)

Team event (at least 1 woman per team)

55+, 65+


Snooker (Army & Navy Club)

Individual Men's and Women's: 55+ & 70+


Swimming (Brandon Comm. Sportsplex)

Individual: Men's & Women's: 55+, 65+, 75+, 80+

Predicted swims are 55+


Track (Brandon Comm. Sportsplex)

Individual: Men's & Women's: 55+, 60+, 65+, 70+ (75+, 80+)


Bocce Ball - Individual: FREE demonstration event (Rideau Park)
 

Play-off Events

Contact your Regional Games Rep for a Registration form.

(If your region is not holding a regional play-off event, you can register for these events directly through the Alcoa-MB office using a special registration form)


Contract Bridge (Prairie Oasis Senior Centre)

Partner competition: 55+


Cribbage (Brandon Seniors for Seniors Coop Inc.)

Partner competition: 55+

Individual competition: 55+


Whist (Brandon Seniors for Seniors Coop)

Partner competition: 55+
 
 
KidSport
KidSport raises funds through corporate donations, foundation grants, planned giving and special activities and events. Funds that are raised help offset the cost of participant registration fees for community based sport programs. Funding is administered by Sport Manitoba's Regional Offices. 

KidSport is limited by the funds we are able to raise, therefore we want to ensure we assist those most in need. Our volunteers use the Statistics Canada Low Income Cut-off guidelines as a tool to determine which families are eligible for assistance. Exceptions may occur for unique circumstances, but in most cases applications will not be considered if your household gross income is higher than shown in the application form.

2016 KidSport Application for Financial Assistance

For more information visit www.kidsportcanada.ca
 
So All Kids Can Play