Happy Valentines Day! To celebrate, why not go out and play and get ready for our community challenge, running from March 1-10th.
Lakeview Community is registered in the Blue Cross Go Out and play Challenge for our change to win $10,000 towards our Lakeview Park Project.
Today, February 14, Lakeview Community members can start creating your online profiles here: challenge.saskatchewaninmotion.ca. Then starting on March 1st-10th log in every day to track your physical activity minutes.
Pro tip: Set a reminder in your phones to remember to add minutes each day.
Thanks to everyone who came out to registration night and braved the cold, the crowds, and the lines. We know that this is not the most convenient registration process for everyone, but we are 100% volunteer run, so do the best we can with what we have. We are still investigating ways to get online registration set-up.
After Tuesday night some of our classes did fill up, but some still have spots available, see the list as follows:
Kids Learn to Skate Saturday Classes – all FULL
Adult Learn to Skate Saturday and Wednesday – SPACES AVAILABLE
Kids Learn to Skate Wednesday for 3-4 year olds from 5-5:30 p.m. SPACES AVAILABLE
Kids Learn to Skate Wednesday for 3-4 yrs (5:30-6 p.m. class), 5-6 yrs and 7-12 yrs – FULL
All you have to do is create an account (after Feb 14th) and log in your play and physical activity minutes everyday from Mar 1-10. This could be tobogganing, hockey practice, playing tag at recess, practicing your dance moves, any activity counts!
The grand prize goes to the community that moves most during the 10-day Challenge.
Hello, a couple of spots have opened up for our Hockey Skills and Development class for 7-8 year olds starting tonight (Oct 23), running until March 3. If you would like to register please contact: email@example.com
We still have space available in the Free Mature Driver refresher course this Saturday October 26th from 9-3:30 p.m. at the South Leisure Centre, provided by the Canada Safety Council.
The 55 Alive Driver Refresher Course is designed to help Canadians 55 years and over to maintain their independence and their driving privileges. Your license will not be affected. The 55 Alive course is designed to help you:
Gain more confidence behind the wheel
Improve your awareness of traffic hazards
Update yourself on traffic laws and new technology
Anticipate the actions of other drivers
Identify and correct bad driving habits
Voice your concerns in a friendly, relaxed environment
Hello, thanks to all who came out to registration night last night and patiently waiting in our line. It was great to see all your lovely faces.
For those who were not able to attend last night, we are still accepting late registrations. Just send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, if we have spots left I can add you to the list and collect on the first day of classes.
We were hoping to get online registration set-up for late registrations this fall, but we are going to reschedule the trial for the winter season instead. We want to make sure we get it set up right- still working out a few kinks.
This is an important reminder that registration night for fall programs takes place in person next Tuesday September 10th from7-8 p.m. at the Lakeview School gym (3100 20th Avenue). Spots are given on a first come first served basis.
Everyone will need a new community membership for the family for the year ($5.00), which you can purchase that evening, valid until August 31st, 2020. If you have a membership from another community association for this year, that works too. We accept cash or cheques for payment, made out to “LCA.”
We are hoping to trial online registrations this winter for the first time as well. Stay tuned for more….
For a full list of our program dates, times and costs please see HERE
More information about how to register can be found HERE