Monday, November 28, 2016

Calgary’s Winter Recreation Guide will help you stay warm this winter

As the winter chill begins to set in this year, Calgary’s Winter Recreation Guide has hit stands and online at the website, offering thousands of ways to help you and your family stay warm and active through the colder months. And with a range of beginner classes that won’t hurt your body, your pride, or your wallet, the adage “no pain, no gain” has never been less true.
Here are some fun beginner classes that we recommend to help make those winter months fly by:
  • Dance 101 for adults  
  • Skating and Hockey courses for both adults and kids
  • Drawing for the Completely Intimidated  
  • Improvisation courses
  • Golf (yes, we have indoor intro courses through the winter for kids and adults!)
  • Potter’s Wheel Basics
  • Belly Dance
  • Strength for Women  
  • Burlesque – Girls’ Night Out
  • Karate, Aikido or Tae Kwon Do 
  • Rock climbing
For those new to fitness routine, just getting back in, or rehabilitating after an injury, we also offer a range of gentle fitness courses, which you’ll find in the guide.
Joining a class doesn’t have to break the bank – all programs are priced to be affordable, and our Fair Entry program also provides fee assistance to qualified individuals. There are a number of programs at Village Square Leisure Centre that you can try for just a toonie. We want you to be more creative and active more often, and our winter programs can help you do just that.
Registration begins today – pick up a copy of the program guide at your local Calgary Recreation facility, or customize your own at
Register soon to ensure your space, and don’t forget to let us know how you stay active on Facebook or Twitter using #GetMovingYYC!

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