For many, this time of year means it’s time to start thinking about getting back into a routine, but it doesn’t have to be all routine and no fun. This year’s Fall Recreation Program Guide offers more than 3,400 registered programs for you and your family to pursue a new interest, achieve a goal or discover your potential
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Here’s a sampling of some of our new and unique programs and activities to discover this fall:
- Zumba for kids. It’s a fun, high energy dance party.
- Outdoor rock climbing. A 40-foot climbing wall located inside the courtyard at Beltline Aquatic & Fitness Centre.
- Ski, snowboard and mountain bike conditioning. To help with stamina and stability on the slopes.
- Burlesque. Cabaret-style dance where you can express your inner diva.
- Real Men Do Yoga. Specifically designed for men to increase their range of motion and flexibility.
- Karate Tambo Training. A karate class with the Tambo stick – yes, just like real ninjas.
- Parent and Baby Fit Together. Get stronger while spending time with your new baby.
- Cricket. A sport quickly gaining more and more popularity in Calgary.
- Build your Retirement Recreation Success Plan. Our active version of the RRSP.
- Cooking Monsters. Where kids can learn about nutrition and food selection.
- Sailing in September. A six person sunset cruise along the banks of the Glenmore Reservoir.
- Figure skating. Spin, jump and glide on ice.
- Birdwatching. Spot local and migratory birds through your binoculars.
- Family golf. ‘Tee’ up family time inside the golf dome.
- Upcycled Art. Create cool sculptures out of previously-used materials.
And while the guide is full of new and unique programs to discover, our classic favourites like swimming lessons, ice skating lessons, holiday day camps, and fine arts are also included.
There are many ways for you to register for these and many more programs. Visit Calgary.ca/recreation or My Rec Guide to customize your own program guide and start discovering your potential.
Submitted by Sue Joorisity, Recreation