2022 Spring Active Living Guide

YEARS CHILDREN 6 -12

Beginner Inline Skating Lessons (7 - 10 years)

Learn the basics of inline skating including stopping, gliding, and road safety. Must have your own equipment including: inline skates, helmet, knee pads, elbow pads, and wrist guards. Moody Park Arena 604.525.5301 Tuesday, 4:00 - 4:45 pm April 19 - May 10 141423 May 17 - June 7 141424 Registration Fee: $24.00 / 4 classes Judo (8 - 12 years) An art, a discipline, a fitness program and a means of self- defense. Building self-confidence, concentration, respect and leadership, Judo teaches physical coordination, flex - ibility and body control in a fun and relaxed environment. Wear loose fitting clothing until a uniform is purchased through the instructor. Fee does not include belt testing or association membership fees. For students working on their White/White-Yellow belt. Presented by the New West- minster Judo Club. Centennial Community Centre 604.777.5100 Monday & Wednesday, 6:00 - 6:45 pm March 28 - June 15 (no class April 18 & May 23) Registration Fee: $198.00 / 22 classes 130563 Fencing - Children Beginner (8 - 10 years) Focuses on fun, fitness and coordination while starting to introduce basic fencing skills. Students are introduced to the rules of the game, and taught an understand- ing of teamwork, competition and good sportsmanship. All equipment is provided. Presented by Tri-City Fencing Academy. Not eligible for subsidy. Queensborough Community Centre 604.525.7388 Friday, 3:15 - 4:15 pm April 1 - 29 (no class April 15) 130597 May 6 - 27 (no class May 20) 130598 June 3 - 24 130599 Registration Fee: $45.00 / 4 classes $33.75 / 3 classes Fencing - Children Training Program (8 - 10 years ) Pre-requisite: Child Beginner. Students progress from basic skills to more advanced technical and tactical knowledge. Advance through levels from the Canadian Fencing Fed- eration, similar to martial arts programs. A deposit is nec- essary to sign-out equipment, and students are expected to begin purchasing their own equipment. Presented by Tri-City Fencing Academy. Not eligible for subsidy. Queensborough Community Centre 604.525.7388 Monday, 3:30 - 5:00 pm April 4 - 25 (no class April 18) 130600 May 2 - 27 (no class May 23) 130601 June 6 - 27 130602 Registration Fee: $67.50 / 4 classes $50.64 / 3 classes

Karate Junior (6 - 13 years) Improve your health, discipline, coordination and respect while learning self-defense. Emphasizes traditional and sport karate in a fun and interactive environment. All abili- ties are welcome. Wear loose fitting clothing until uniforms are purchased through the instructor. Course fee does not include belt testing or association membership. Queensborough Community Centre 604.525.7388 Thursday, 5:00 - 6:30 pm April 7 - June 9 Registration Fee: $100.00 / 10 classes 130655 Butokukan Karate - Beginner to Advanced (5 - 12 years) Butokukan means “Training Hall of the Virtues of the Martial Arts” and draws the best from traditional and modern martial arts. Develop your poise, balance, con- centration, and confidence , with physical and mental exercise. Wear loose fitting clothing until a uniform is purchased through the instructor. The fee does not in- clude belt testing or association membership. Ques- tions? Call: 604.299.5061. Centennial Community Centre 604.777.5100 Tuesday, 5:30 - 6:30 pm & Beginner Saturday, 10:00 - 11:00 am 130568 Tuesday, 6:30 - 7:30 pm & Intermediate/Advanced Saturday, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm 130567 March 29 - June 18 (no class April 16 & May 21) Registration Fee: $209.00 / 22 classes Introduction to Butokukan Karate (5 - 12 years) For first-time students. Includes a free $60.00 karate uniform. Centennial Community Centre 604.777.5100 Tuesday, 5:30 - 6:30 pm Saturday, 10:00 - 11:00 am March 29 - April 9 Registration Fee: $39.00 / 4 classes 130562

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