2018 Summer Recreation Guide

Community Offerings

Home Quest A Home + School Cooperative Approach to Education The ultimate in diversified learning.

Pickle ball Courts at Curling Club

New program for seniors on the dry floor at Peace Arch Curling Club (located in the Centre for Active Living adjacent to Centennial Arena) Our site offers: dedicated indoor courts, no court set-up, reduced waiting time, an on-site café. Learn-to-play Clinics: (1 session; 90 min) Dates: May 22nd , 23rd, 24th, OR 25 th Times: 9:00am/11:00am/1:30pm & 7:00pm Clinic Fee: Under 60 - $20; 60+ - $15 Regular play: begins May 28 th Monday-Thursday, Morning session from 9:00-11:30 am Afternoon session will be added if enough interest. Fees: 12-week pass: Under 60 - $75; 60+ - $50 6-week pass: Under 60 - $40; 60+ - $25 Register at PACC: May 22 nd , 10:00am-2:00pm For info, call 604-531-0244, or email: manager@peacearchcurling.com

Home Quest offers the opportunity for your child to be both a home learner and involved in a school community with access to group outings, a resource library, the support of certified teachers, Delta School District report cards and other benefits.  Certified B.C. teachers offer families guidance and support on navigating the BC Curriculum and developing individualized student learning plans.  Students may opt to come to our classes once or twice a week and/or make use of memberships to online educational programs like A-Z Learning, All the Right Type and Mathletics.  Families may choose to go on frequent field trips and workshops that connect them to the curriculum, community and one another.  As a public education program, Home Quest is free to all BC Residents and offers funding to families throughout the year.

Considering alternative options for your child’s education? Contact Home Quest: Jenny Slinn, Coordinator 604.597.8353 homequest@deltasd.bc.ca http://homequest.deltasd.bc.ca

This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada’s New Horizons for Seniors Program.

Coding at the Richmond Library

Learn to Skate Skate Canada Competitive Training Program

• CanSkate (Learn to Skate) program Surrey Sports & Leisure Arena 16555 Fraser Hwy Monday & Wednesday 5:15 pm to 6:00 pm OR 6:00 pm to 6:45 pm

• Ages 3 to Adult • Figure Skating Group & Private

Test & Competitive Certified Coaches

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North Surrey Skating Club northsurreyskatingclub.ca registerwithnssc@gmail.com For more information or



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