2016 PVCA Fall Programs – Archived

Prairie View Fall 2016 Programs     pvca@sasktel.net

The registration for Prairie View and Citywide programs runs Tuesday, Sept 13th, 2016, from 6:30-8:00 p.m. at McLurg School, 125 Paynter Cres.

PrairieView Community Programs for Fall 2016 

ADULT PROGRAMS
ZUMBA

Mondays – Stars Sept 19th –  6:15  pm – 7:15 pm   McLurg School Gym
10 sessions – Cost $45.00     Instructor: Kerri Kirk

Dance cardio at its finest.  Zoom off those extra calories.  Low impact fitness to great music. You won’t believe how fast the hour flies by.

ABS/STRETCH WORKOUT

Sundays – Starts Sept 25th –  6 pm – 7 pm     McLurg School Mini-Gym
10 sessions – Cost $35.00   Instructor:  Lee Ubell

A gentle stretch class and mat work for all fitness levels.  A great way to end off a busy week.  Bring your own mat.

PILATES FUSION

Mondays – Starts Sept 19th –   7:30 pm—8:30 pm   McLurg School Mini-Gym
9 sessions – Cost $40.00   Instructor: Helen

For beginner to intermediate, Stott Pilates combined with Level 1 Yogafit exercises.  The class focuses on core strength, spine, shoulder and hip mobility, flexibility and strength.  Bring a yoga mat and blanket if possible.

HOOPPLAY FITNESS

Wednesdays   – Starts Sept 21st –  6:60pm – 7:30pm – McLurg School Gym
10 session    Cost:  $40.00     Instructor:  Naomi

HoopPlay is great for the core and is also a whole body workout.  Even if you have never been able to hula hoop before, our method ensures your ability to hoop.  It is low impact and safe for all fitness levels.  Hoops are provided.

WEIGHTS AND CARDIO INTERVALS

Thursdays  –  Starts Sept 24th –  7:30 pm – 8:30 pm –  McLurg School Gym
10 sessions  – Cost $35.00       Instructor:  Lee Ubell

A very doable and exciting class that lets you work at your own pace, instructor gives you variations of the exercise to maximize your workout without hurting yourself.  Muscle toning with weights and cardio in a format that will keep you coming back every week.

UNLEASH YOUR POTENTIAL WITH HYPNOSIS

Wednesdays – Starts Sept 28th – 7 pm – 8 pm –  McLurg School Mini-Gym
6 sessions  – Cost $40.00        Instructor: Joyce Ward

Offering a weight management program in a support, safe environment where discussions and group hypnosis will be used to assist with your weight management goals.  We will explore your relationship with food and the underlying issues causing weight difficulties.  No calorie counting, forbidden foods, strict regimes, or complicated plans, just a new healthy relations with food, appreciation for yourself, and steps to a healthy lifestyle.   Space is limited to 12 people.

ASHTANGA VINYASA YOGA – Level 1

Saturdays  –  Start Sept 17th  (No class  Nov. 19th) – 10:45 am – 11:45 am  –   McLurg School Gym
12 sessions  – Cost $50.00   Instructor: Lesley Farley

Have you already taken some yoga classes and are ready for a greater physical challenge?  Emphasis is on flowing through postures with sounded breath, stability and body awareness.  Vinyasa yoga is a great workout for the body, mind and spirit.

CHILDREN & FAMILY PROGRAMS

FLOOR HOCKEY (Ages 12 – 15 yrs)

Mondays  –  Starting Sept 19  **No class on Oct. 10
10 sessions  –  Cost: $30.00    7:15 pm – 8:15 pm    McLurg School Gym

Come out and have some good clean fun.  MUST bring in clean, non-marking indoor runners to be worn in the gym.  No outside sticks, equipment will be provided.

SHINTANI WADO KAI KARATE – Just for Kicks (4-7 yrs)  

Tuesday – Starts Sept. 20 –   6:30 pm — 7:00 pm     McLurg School Gym
12 sessions  –   Cost:   $70.00          Instructor:  Ryan MacDonald

SHINTANI WADO KAI KARATE – Beginners/Family Class (8 + yrs)

Tuesday – Starts Sept. 20 –   7:00 pm — 8:00 pm       McLurg School Gym
12 sessions  – Cost:  $135.00/person    $250.00/family    Instructor:  Ryan MacDonald

SHINTANI WADO KAI KARATE – Adult/Advanced Class

Tuesday – Starts Sept. 20 –   8:00 pm — 9:00 pm     McLurg School Gym
$135.00/person/session    $250.00/family/session     Instructor:  Ryan MacDonald

Interested in having fun and learning self defense?  Curious about martial arts?  Improve your self-confidence and get into better physical shape while learning Karate.  No experience is necessary (for beginner classes)

For more information on this class contact Ryan at 306-530-6905

  •  Reminder that tax receipts are issued for children’s programs!!

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Regina Bridge Club: Come Out and Play! – Introductory Coffee Party @ 10 AM Saturday, September 10

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The Regina Bridge Club welcomes you to learn or improve your bridge game with games 5-6 days weekly. Afternoon games begin at 1:00 p.m.; evening games at 7:00 p.m., and a morning game Wednesdays at 10:30 AM.  More information is available by calling 306-584- 1858 or checking our website:  www.reginabridge.com.

Why play Bridge?  You will meet new people of all ages and from all walks of life while exercising your mind in a fun atmosphere.  Beginning on September 12, there will be lessons Monday evenings at 6:30 PM for beginners and people who have played a few times. For lesson information, call 306-586-7044 or email gspence@accesscomm.ca.

You are welcome to attend our coffee party on Saturday, September 10 at 10 AM at 349 Albert Street.  Come and see what we have to offer!

Regina Community Basketball Association Fall/Winter Registrations begin on August 1st

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Are your kids looking to try something new?

The Regina Community Basketball Association (RCBA) is open to boys and girls from grades Kindergarten to grade 12. The RCBA’s mission values are “Fun, Fair Play, and Development” which means all skill levels are welcome at any age!  Our registration begins on August 1st, 2016, please visit www.rcba.ca for more information.

 

A Message From RPS: Kids and Pets in Hot Cars

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The Regina Police Service would like to remind the public that the temperatures are rising, which means vehicles heat up quickly. If you must make stops in your daily travels, please, take your small children indoors with you; don’t leave them in the car.  If you have pets, it’s best to leave them at home.  Your small children may not be able to open windows/doors to cool themselves, and pets are always wearing fur coats, so don’t take chances with their safety.

As a bystander:  if you see a child in a car who appears to be in distress (limp/listless, sweating profusely) then please call 9-1-1. Keep calm and do not break the window (unless you are specifically instructed by the operator or an officer).  If you see a pet in a hot vehicle that appears to be in distress (limp/listless, foaming at the mouth) then please call the Animal Protection line (in Regina) at 306-777-7700. (If the vehicle is on/running, there may be air conditioning going for the pup and it is likely not in distress.)

Breaking someone’s vehicle window could result in a charge of Mischief, which is a Criminal Code charge.  It may also result in having to attend small claims court and being ordered to pay for the damages.

In both scenarios, please follow the operator’s instructions and wait for emergency services to get there. If you are with someone, have them run into the nearest establishment and give the manager or staff the vehicle make, colour, and plate number and ask them to make an announcement on the business’ public address system.

The Regina Police Service would like to thank the public’s cooperation with these calls. Help us make this summer a less stressful one for all.

Kids and Pets

21st Annual Gutsy Walk – June 5th Regina 2016 – Rick Hansen Park

Gutsy Walk 2016

21st Annual Gutsy Walk to raise funds for Crohn’s and Colitis Canada, June 5th 2016 Location:  Regina – Rick Hansen Park

Abdominal cramping, diarrhea, vomiting, weight loss, fever, anemia, bleeding, and fatigue are some of the debilitating symptoms experienced by people living with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.

On Sunday, June 5th, 2016, Regina residents will join Canadians from coast to coast in an effort to find a cure for these inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD). Every dollar raised through the 21st Annual Gutsy Walk will go towards Crohn’s and Colitis Canada’s Make it Stop. For Life national campaign. The goal of the campaign is to raise $100 million for research, education, advocacy and patient support so that children and adults with IBD can live with less pain, less shame, and fewer hospital visits and surgeries.

Gutsy Walk events will be held in six Saskatchewan communities, including Regina. The Regina Gutsy Walk will start at 12:00 p.m. at Rick Hansen Park (registration begins at 10 a.m. with warm up at 11:45 a.m.) for a 5 km walk.  The family-friendly event will include a BBQ and children’s entertainment. Registration is free.

Regina’s Honorary Chair this year is Dylan, age 15. “My journey with this disease started when I was 9 years old, with a diagnosis of colitis. Over the years my health got progressively worse and I was sent out to the Alberta Children’s Hospital. In 2014, I was not doing well and I could not hold down any food. I was in extreme pain and each day was a struggle for me to get out of bed. Several trips to Calgary that year showed that I have narrowings in my intestines and it didn’t stop. By the end of 2014, a feeding tube was inserted into my nose and I felt like I had lost control of the disease.

December 18 2014 in Calgary, they removed 28cm of my small intestine, the bottom section of my colon, my illeocecal valve and my appendix. It was over a year ago that I got my surgery and I can now participate in my life again! Don’t get me wrong I still have to sit on an IV every 7 weeks and try to remember to take all my other pills but I’m doing ok. On June 5th I invite you to come out with me and support people living with this disease!”

For more information about Gutsy Walk, or to register, visit www.gutsywalk.ca.

 

Saskatchewan Writer’s Guild Youth Writing Contest

Commemorate Canada Poster 2016

Calling all teenagers–crack those pens, tablets or laptops and write your ‘Art’ out in flash fiction or poetry!

The SWG is pleased to announce that our Commemorate Canada Youth Writing Contest has returned! Youth (aged 13-19) are invited to submit an original piece of prose or poetry based on Saskatchewan art and artists. The restrictions for this theme, titled “Artistory”, are that each piece of prose or poetry should pertain to a Saskatchewan artist, work of art or writing, or Saskatchewan architecture. Jurors will select the top three submissions in both the prose and poetry categories.

Winners will receive a complimentary SWG student membership and gift card. They will also be invited to read their works at the Regina Farmers’ Market on June 25th for Canadian Multiculturalism Day.

Deadline for submissions is May 24, 2016.

For more information, please email: swgevents@skwriter.com

Regina Community Garden Survey

From the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region:

A few months ago, a survey was sent out to community associations from Health Promotion to gather data on community gardens in Regina. One of the outcomes of this survey was a map showing the locations of community gardens in Regina. This can be found at: http://foodregina.ca/2016/03/30/community-gardening-in-regina/ (must use an updated browser to view interactive map). The intention of the map is to help people locate community gardens in their neighbourhoods and learn more about community gardens in Regina.

Jane’s Walk Regina – May 6 – 8, 2016

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Regina’s 8th Annual Jane’s Walk festival is set to take place from May 6th to May 8th in neighbourhoods across the city. Over the weekend hundreds of Regina residents will be taking part in community lead walks that celebrate the built and natural heritage, history and culture of our city. Jane’s Walks is a free event and is open for everyone to attend.
Jane’s Walks are lead by volunteer community members who are passionate about the everyday and the extraordinary in our city. This year’s edition of the festival includes eight walks taking place across the city. Some of this year’s walks include:

Victoria Park Heritage Conservation District – Led by Bernie Flaman
A look at the buildings and structures surrounding Victoria Park which provide a complete chronology of architectural styles of the 20th century.

Far Away Place – Not So Far Away – Led by Jim Elliott
An exploration of various features of Upper Wascana Lake including the history of the Saskatchewan Science Centre, Pelican Island, Far Away Place and the Habitat Conservation Area.

Design Lessons from the Cathedral Area Neighbourhood – Led by Bill Neher
A walking discussion about the components that make for a great walkable neighbourhood and what lessons we can apply in new neighbourhoods.

Walk for Peace and Justice – Led by PeaceQuest Regina
An examination of the horror of wars, past and present, as well as past and present injustices in our society, and the need to work for peace and justice.

For a complete list of walks including schedules, descriptions and maps, please visit the Jane’s Walks website at http://janeswalk.org/canada/regina/

Jane’s Walks is a global event inspired by the legacy of Jane Jacobs, one of the foremost urban thinkers of our times. Jane’s Walks inspire citizens to get to know their city and each other by getting out and walking. In 2015, Jane’s Walks were held in over 100 cities worldwide. To date, Regina has hosted over 75 walks throughout the city.

For more information, please contact:

Laura Pfeifer
Head Organizer, Jane’s Walk Regina
janeswalkregina@gmail.com