Fall Winter Spring 2018/19 Community Guide - City of Sarnia

Fall Winter Spring 2018/19 Community Guide - City of Sarnia

Fall Winter Spring 2018/19 Community Guide - City of Sarnia

2018/2019 fall/winter/spring COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES GUIDE sarnia YOUR resource to culture, programs, clubs, associations, city services, events and more! Hold on to YOUR Guide! Parks and Recreation Department Strangway Community Centre www.SarniaCommunityActivitiesGuide.ca

Fall Winter Spring 2018/19 Community Guide - City of Sarnia

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Fall Winter Spring 2018/19 Community Guide - City of Sarnia

www.sarniacommunityactivitiesguide.ca 3 REGISTRATION / TABLE OF CONTENTS PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR ALL REGISTRATION INFORMATION SFC Soccer for All! SFC WE NEVER LOSE, WE EITHER WIN OR LEARN. Competitive Fun • a fun atmosphere where players can develop a love for the game • help players reach their potential on/off the field • produce players capable of moving on to play soccer at the highest levels • develop and promote soccer education within Lambton-Kent • develop players within the ethical guidelines of Fair Play and sportsmanship SFC Academy • Soccer skills traing • Focused & Intense Training • Highly trained coaches • Increased Player confidence & enjoyment www.sarniafc.ca @Sarnia_FC Sarnia Football Club At SFC, we are committed to the development of all our athletes and the promotion of the sport of soccer. THE FOUNDATION OF OUR CLUB IS MADE UP OF VOLUNTEERS, YOUR “SUPPORT” IS APPRECIATED. FUTSAL SEASON starts in November Registration opens in September Registration is open to boys and girls. Note: Girls will have their own age appropriate divison if their registration numbers exceed 32.

Fall Winter Spring 2018/19 Community Guide - City of Sarnia

4 with Lambton Public Health FREE Dental Care for eligible children and youth 17 and under Good oral health is important for good overall health. Check out LambtonSmiles.ca for information on how to keep their teeth happy and healthy. Call us today so we can help kids in Lambton County Grow up Smiling! This program is made possible through provincial funding from Healthy Smiles Ontario 160 Exmouth Street, Point Edward, ON 1-800-667-1839 • 519-383-8331, ext. 3531 LambtonSmiles.ca • lambtonhealth.on.ca A Community of Action begins with Volunteering vonsarnialambton.ca/volunteer VON Sarnia-Lambton is a United Way funded Agency 519-542-2310 WHAT WE OFFER www.alzheimer.ca/sarnialambton info@alzheimersarnia.ca 519-332-4444 • Sarnia, ON N7T 6Y5 Help for Today. Hope for Tomorrow...® CORE SUPPORT SERVICES ACTIVE LIVING/SOCIAL PROGRAMS

Fall Winter Spring 2018/19 Community Guide - City of Sarnia

REGISTRATION / TABLE OF CONTENTS Registration Procedures Fall/Winter/Spring registration will begin Monday, August 27, 2018. Program registration is available online at sarniacommunityactivitiesguide.ca or see us in person at: City Hall 255 Christina Street North, Sarnia, Ontario Third Floor, Parks and Recreation Department City Hall hours: Monday to Friday: 8:30am to 4:30pm Program Registrations should be paid in full at the time of registration and must be paid prior to start of program. Cancellation requests are subject to an administrative fee. For further information on registrations, payments, and refunds, the “Payments & Cancellations of Program Registrations & Facility Rentals” policy can be found at www.sarnia.ca The City of Sarnia is committed to providing accessible goods, services, programs and facilities to the people of Sarnia. If you or one of your family members needs accommodation to participate in programming with the City of Sarnia please advise City staff at: 519-332-0330 ext. 3307 or access@sarnia.ca.

To register for any programs held at the Strangway Adult Community Centre, please go online, visit or call: Strangway Adult Community Centre 260 East Street North, Sarnia, Ontario T: 519-332-0656 F: 519-332-0657 E: strangway@sarnia.ca SCC All Strangway Adult Community Centre programs marked with this symbol. Strangway Office Hours: Monday: 8:30am to 6pm Tuesday to Thursday: 8:30am to 5pm Friday: 8:30am to 4:30pm Program Hours: 8:30am to 9:30pm- Monday to Saturday (varies based on programming) City Hall and Strangway Centre Closures: Monday, September 3 - Labour Day Monday, October 8 - Thanksgiving Monday, November 12 - Remembrance Day December 24 at noon to January 2 at 8:30am Monday, February 18 - Family Day Friday, April 19 - Good Friday Monday, April 22 - Easter Monday Monday, May 20 - Victoria Day Please note: When the Centre is closed for holidays there are no programs running on or offsite.

Table of Contents Children/Youth - Recreation/Fitness Programs “Children/Youth Programs” on page 7 Adult - Recreation/Fitness Programs “Strangway Adult Community Centre General Information” on page 9 “Aquatics” on page 9 “Fitness and Wellness” on page 9 “Public Skating” on page 10 “Sports and Recreation” on page 17 “Mind and Body” on page 20 Adult - Activities “Regular Weekly Activities - Strangway Centre” on page 23 Adult - Arts and Culture Programs “Arts and Crafts” on page 24 “Music” on page 25 “Languages” on page 26 Adult - Special Interest Courses & Seminars “Facts and Chat” on page 28 “Hobbies and Interests” on page 29 “Technology Courses” on page 31 “Woodworking” on page 32 “Support Groups” on page 33 “Services” on page 33 Special Events “Festival and Event Planning” on page 34 “Special Events at Strangway” on page 35 “Day Trips” on page 36 General Information “Recreation and Sports Associations” on page 37 “Mayor and City Councillor Names and Contact information” on page 39 “City Service Directory” on page 39 “Advertiser” on page 42 “Rental Facilities – Parks & Recreation” on page 42 “Location Map” on page 43 You’ll need an account to use the new system, but don’t worry! With a couple clicks and a few taps of the keyboard, you’ll be set up and ready to enjoy the convenience of online registration. If you already have an account with our old system, then you’ll just need to follow a few easy steps to access your new account in the new system! More information on that will be coming soon.

The online portal has many great benefits and is extremely easy to use! Search for your favorite programs by keyword, age, day, time, location and more! You can even register for multiple programs in one transaction making the registration and payment process faster and more convenient! Go to the inter-active pdf of this Community Guide Visit: www.sarniacommunityactivitiesguide.ca CLICK ON THE LINK TO REGISTER ONLINE If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to email/call parksandrecreation@sarnia.ca or 519-339-1850. www.sarniacommunityactivitiesguide.ca Designed and Produced by Grafiks Marketing & Communications, Sarnia, Ontario www.grafiks.com 5

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www.sarniacommunityactivitiesguide.ca 7 CHILDREN/YOUTH - RECREATION/FITNESS PROGRAMS Children/Youth Programs Lawrence House After School Art Program: An eight week art adventure for ages six to twelve years using a variety of materials and techniques. Each session has unique projects, and is different from the previous year, to accommodate returning artists. New artists are welcome to join at the beginning of any session. Date and Time: Thursdays, 4:30pm to 6:30pm Cost: $85 per session Location: Craft Room at Lawrence House Instructor: Hazel Rogers FALL 2018 Date: Thursday, October 11 to November 29 (8 classes) Activity Code: 7174 WINTER 2019 Date: Thursday, January 10 to February 28 (8 classes) Activity Code: 7175 SPRING 2019 Date: Thursday, March 21 to May 9 (8 classes) Activity Code: 7176 Lawrence House FULL WEEK March Break Art Program - Ages 6 to 12: Please provide your child with a lunch, in addition to a morning and afternoon snack. No Nuts Please! Depending on weather conditions, there will be a break outdoors, within the grounds of the Lawrence House, so it is important that your child dress accordingly. We recommend that the artists wear older clothing or bring a cover up.

WINTER 2019 Date: Monday to Friday, March 11 to March 15 (5 classes) Time: 9am to 4pm Cost: $155 Location: Lawrence House Instructor: Hazel Rogers Activity Code: 7168 Lawrence House March Break Art Program SINGLE DAY: Time: 9am to 4pm Cost: $44 per session Location: Lawrence House Instructor: Hazel Rogers Date: Monday, March 11 Activity Code: 7169 Date: Tuesday, March 12 Activity Code: 7170 Date: Wednesday, March 13 Activity Code: 7171 Date: Thursday, March 14 Activity Code: 7172 Date: Friday, March 15 Activity Code: 7173 Lawrence House PA Day Art Program - Ages 6 to 12: Please provide your child with a lunch, morning and afternoon snack. Note: No Nuts Please! Depending on weather conditions, there will be a break outdoors, within the grounds of the Lawrence House, so it is important that your child dress accordingly. We recommend that the artists wear older clothing or bring a cover up. Date and Time: Friday, 9am to 4pm Cost: $44 Location: Craft Room at Lawrence House Instructor: Hazel Rogers FALL 2018 Around the World: Date: Friday, September 28 Activity Code: 7180 Hoots and Howls: Date: Friday, October 26 Activity Code: 7181 North Pole Expedition: Date: Friday, November 23 Activity Code: 7182 WINTER 2018 Fantasy Folklore: Date: Friday, February 1 Activity Code: 7183 SPRING 2019 Bugs, Birds, and Blooms: Date: Friday, April 5 Activity Code: 7184 Manga, Japanese Cartooning: Date: Friday, June 7 Activity Code: 7185 Lawrence House Weekend Art Program: Eight week art adventure for ages 6 to 12 years using a variety of materials and techniques. Each session has unique projects and is different from the previous year to accommodate returning artists. New artists are welcome.

Date and Time: Saturdays, 12:30pm to 2:30pm Cost: $85 per session Location: Bright’s Grove Library Instructor: Hazel Rogers FALL 2018 Date: Saturday, October 13 to December 1 (8 classes) Activity Code: 7177 WINTER 2019 Date: Saturday, January 12 to March 2 (8 classes) Activity Code: 7178 SPRING 2019 Date: Saturday, March 23 to May 18 (8 classes) Activity Code: 7179 Come join your local chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving for these upcoming events as we fight to make our roads safer. You’re invited... Are you a victim of this preventable crime? We can help. Call the Sarnia office and find out about our support programs. Want to volunteer?

We’d love to talk to you! Call 519-339-9962 or email: office@maddsarnialambton.com. Candlelight Vigil – Thurs., Sept. 27, 7pm in Centennial Park White Cross Dedication – Sat., Nov. 3 at Temple Baptist Church Voluntary Toll Day – Sat., Nov. 17 throughout Sarnia/Lambton Red Ribbon Campaign – Nov.1, 2018 – Jan.1, 2019

Fall Winter Spring 2018/19 Community Guide - City of Sarnia

8 CHILDREN/YOUTH - RECREATION/FITNESS PROGRAMS Karate - Ages 6 to 12: Learn self-defense, stay in shape and improve your self-confidence. All students progress at their own ability and are tested accordingly. No uniform required at the beginner level. Beginner: Date and Time: Monday and Thursday, 6:45pm to 7:30pm Cost: $50 per session Location: Clearwater Upper Hall FALL 2018 Date: Monday and Thursday, September 17 to December 13 (24 classes) Activity Code: 7186 WINTER 2019 Date: Monday and Thursday, January 7 to March 28 (23 classes) Activity Code: 7187 SPRING 2019 Date: Monday and Thursday, April 1 to June 27 (24 classes) Activity Code: 7188 Advanced: Date and Time: Monday and Thursday, 7:45pm to 8:30pm Cost: $50 per session Location: Clearwater Arena Upper Hall FALL 2018 Date: Monday and Thursday, September 17 to December 13 (24 classes) Activity Code: 7191 WINTER 2019 Date: Monday and Thursday, January 7 to March 28 (23 classes) Activity Code: 7192 SPRING 2019 Date: Monday and Thursday, April 1 to June 27 (24 classes) Activity Code: 7193 Youth Yoga - New - Ages 6 to 12: We will learn basic yoga poses while maintaining a playful, fun class experience through games, props, and music. This yoga class will focus on building self- confidence, strength, range of motion and concentration. There will also be plenty of time to be active and noisy. We always balance this out with plenty time for exploring stillness, mindfulness, and general chilling out.

Date and Time: Saturdays, 9am to 10am Cost: $50 per session Location: Newton Centre Instructor: Ann Bending FALL 2018 Date: Saturday, September 22 to November 3 (6 classes) Activity Code: 6793 Date: Saturday, November 10 to December 15 (6 classes) Activity Code: 7096 WINTER 2019 Date: Saturday, January 12 to February 16 (6 classes) Activity Code: 7097 Date: Saturday, February 23 to March 30 (6 classes) Activity Code: 7098 SPRING 2019 Date: Saturday, April 6 to May 11 (6 classes) Activity Code: 7099 Fun, Fitness & Fundamentals! Recreational and Pre-School Gymnastics Four, 10 week sessions from September to June for all ages and abilities starting with GymTots at 18 months old right up to Adult.

Session 1 Starts September 4th. NCCP Certified Coaches with CPR and First Aid Kids Camps & PD Days Themed full day, half day and weekly camps. Camps consist of a variety of activities including crafts, music, gymnastic games, field trips and excursions. 2018/2019 PD Dates to remember: September 28, October 26, November 23, Winter Break, February 1, April 5, June 7, June 28 Birthday Parties Customize your child's special day at Bluewater Gymnastics. Offered Saturdays and Sundays. Check our website for NEW and exciting Birthday Party Themes for Fall/Winter 2018/19!

519-542-3062 bluewatergymnasticsclub.com Register online, by telephone, or in person @BluewaterGym

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www.sarniacommunityactivitiesguide.ca 9 ADULT - RECREATION/FITNESS PROGRAMS Strangway Adult Community Centre General Information Membership: Members enjoy savings of 15% or more on programs and events! Membership is available to anyone 50+. You do not need to be a member to participate in programs and events. Anyone 20+ can participate. Cost: September to December 2018 - $22.50 January to December 2019 - TBD *Please note: we do not pro-rate memberships Strangway Centre Café: Open to the public with reasonable prices! Serving soup, sandwiches, desserts and daily specials prepared by Centre volunteers.

Open for Lunch: Monday to Friday, 11am to 1pm Tokens: Must be purchased for weekly activities (see chart page 23) Token Member $2 Token Non member $5 2019 Token prices TBD New! Punch Passes (for Pay-As-You-Go programs): 5 session: $25 member, $30 non-member 10 session: $50 member, $60 non-member Hobby Shop: Open Monday to Friday, 9am to Noon and 1pm to 4pm (based on volunteer availability) Hobby Shop Token (Pay-per-use): Daily Token: $10 Half Day Token: $5 Hobby Shop Membership Cost: TBD 2019 Token prices TBD Please note: You must bring your own building supplies. Minor Woodworking Repairs: If you are in need of a minor woodworking repair our volunteers in the Woodshop can probably fix it! Bring your item in to be inspected. There is a small fee for this service. (minimum fee of $10) Volunteering: The Strangway Centre is a great place to volunteer your time. No matter your skill, or desire to learn a new skill, we have a role for you. We are looking for friendly, reliable and enthusiastic volunteers in our café, woodshop, front desk and crafting groups, and at special events. Contact the Centre for more information.

Room Rentals: Strangway Adult Centre has rooms available to rent to the public for special occasions or community programs with various capacities, please contact the Centre for rates and availability. A Note about Registration: • You can register for all events and programs by phone, online and in person at The Strangway Centre. • You do not need to pre-register for daily activities or pay-as- you-go programs • It is important to register for events, seminars and instructional programs in advance. Programs with low registration will be cancelled - don’t wait until the day the program starts to sign up!

SCC All Strangway Adult Community Centre programs marked with this symbol. Adult Programs Aquatics Aqua Energy: Contact Pathways Health Centre for Children for more information: 519-542-3471. Pathways is planning to re-open the pool for Fall 2018. Leisure Swimming: The Holiday Inn, Point Edward, in cooperation with the Strangway Centre, is providing the opportunity for adults who are 50+ in our community to make use of the Holiday Inn pool. Please pay at the Strangway Centre and bring your receipt to the Holiday Inn within two days. SCC Date: Monday to Sunday Time: 5:30am to 11pm Location: Holiday Inn, 1498 Venetian Blvd., Point Edward Cost: $86.10 member, $92.55 non-member (monthly) Fitness and Wellness Beginners Guide to Keto and Intermittent Fasting - New: Eating fat is the new skinny! Keto is the new buzz word, but what is it? In this class you’ll learn how to train your body to burn stored fat for fuel. Burning fat for fuel instead of sugar, can result in weight loss, increased energy, mental focus, lower blood sugar levels, appetite control, less cravings, less inflammation and lower cholesterol. Please consult your doctor before making any changes to your health. SCC Date and Time: 10am to 11am Cost: Member: $30. Non-Member: $36 per session Location: Strangway Committee Room Instructor: Pam Chin FALL 2018 Date: Tuesday, September 11 to October 23 (6 classes) Activity Code: 7060 WINTER 2019 Date: Tuesday, January 8 to February 19 (6 classes) Activity Code: 7061 Belly Dancing: Love the music, enjoy the jiggle- that’s belly dance! A natural, fun, feminine dance for body, mind and soul. Technique and awesome combos to help you learn the art form of belly dance. SCC Date and Time: 7:30pm to 8:30pm Location: Strangway Room Instructor: Dawna Robertson FALL 2018 Date: Thursday, September 6 to October 25 (8 classes) Cost: Member: $48. Non-Member: $56 Activity Code: 6804 SPRING 2019 Date: Thursday, May 2 to June 27 (9 classes) Cost: Member: $54. Non-Member: $63 Activity Code: 6805 Bouncing Back After Delivery- New: Developing a healthier lifestyle after becoming a parent, or simply wishing to get your body back in shape after pregnancy? This gentle fitness program is designed to help you and/or your support, stay healthy and fit after your delivery. You are welcome to bring your baby to take part in the class! SCC Date and Time: 9:45am to 10:45am Cost: see below for individual session costs Location: Strangway Studio Instructor: Richel Jackson FALL 2018 Date: Friday, September 21 to October 26 (6 classes) Cost: $60 Activity Code: 7090

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10 ADULT - RECREATION/FITNESS PROGRAMS Date: Friday, November 2 to December 14 (7 classes) Cost: $70 Activity Code: 7091 WINTER 2019 Date: Friday, January 11 to February 15 (6 classes) Cost: $60 Activity Code: 7092 Date: Friday, February 22 to March 29 (6 classes) Cost: $60 Activity Code: 7093 SPRING 2019 Date: Friday, April 5 to May 17 (6 classes) Cost: $60 Activity Code: 7094 Build Your Bones: In this class we will help “build your bones” by creating a demand for calcium through exercises such as weight training. Cardio is also included in this well rounded and fun exercise class. SCC Instructor: Richel Jackson FALL 2018 Date: Monday, September 10 to October 29 (7 classes) Time: 11am to 12pm Cost: Member: $56. Non-Member: $70 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 6860 Date: Wednesday, September 12 to October 31 (8 classes) Time: 11:30am to 12:30pm Cost: Member: $64. Non-Member: $80 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 6866 Date: Friday, September 14 to November 2 (8 classes) Time: 11am to 12pm Cost: Member: $64. Non-Member: $80 Location: Strangway Studio Activity Code: 6872 Date: Monday, November 5 to December 10 (5 classes) Time: 11am to 12pm Cost: Member: $40. Non-Member: $50 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 6861 Date: Wednesday, November 7 to December 12 (6 classes) Time: 11:30am to 12:30pm Cost: Member: $48. Non-Member: $60 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 6867 Date: Friday, November 9 to December 14 (6 classes) Time: 11am to 12pm Cost: Member: $48. Non-Member: $60 Location: Strangway Studio Activity Code: 6873 WINTER 2019 Date: Monday, January 7 to February 11 (6 classes) Time: 11am to 12pm Cost: Member: $48. Non-Member: $60 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 6862 Date: Wednesday, January 9 to February 20 (7 classes) Time: 11:30am to 12:30pm Cost: Member: $56. Non-Member: $70 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 6868 Date: Friday, January 11 to February 22 (7 classes) Time: 11am to 12pm Cost: Member: $56. Non-Member: $70 Location: Strangway Studio Activity Code: 6874 Date: Monday, February 25 to April 1 (6 classes) Time: 11am to 12pm Cost: Member: $48. Non-Member: $60 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 6863 Date: Wednesday, February 27 to April 3 (6 classes) Time: 11:30am to 12:30pm Cost: Member: $48. Non-Member: $60 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 6869 Date: Friday, March 1 to April 5 (6 classes) Time: 11am to 12pm Cost: Member: $48. Non-Member: $60 Location: Strangway Studio Activity Code: 6875 SPRING 2019 Date: Monday, April 8 to May 13 (6 classes) Time: 11am to 12pm Cost: Member: $48. Non-Member: $60 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 6864 Date: Wednesday, April 10 to May 22 (7 classes) Time: 11:30am to 12:30pm Cost: Member: $56. Non-Member: $70 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 6870 Public Skating Program Arena Day Time Dates Pre-School Skating 5 years and under – no sticks or pucks Clearwater Arena Monday to Thursday 9am to 10:30am September 17, 2018 to March 7, 2019 Excluding: October 8, December 24, 25, 26, 27, 31, January 1, 2, 3, February 18 Adult Skating 19 years and older Clearwater Arena Monday to Thursday 10:30am to noon September 17, 2018 to March 7, 2019 Excluding: October 8, December 24, 25, 26, 27, 31, January 1, 2, 3, February 18 Public Skating Clearwater Arena Sunday 1:30pm to 2:30pm September 23, 2018 to March 3, 2019 Excluding: November 4, December 30, January 13, January 20 Family Skating Sarnia Arena Sunday 9:10 to 10:20 am September 23, 2018 to March 3, 2019 Excluding: November 4, December 30, January 13, January 20 Family Day Skating Clearwater Arena Monday 1 - 3 pm February 18, 2019

www.sarniacommunityactivitiesguide.ca 11 ADULT - RECREATION/FITNESS PROGRAMS Date: Friday, April 12 to May 24 (6 classes) Time: 11am to 12pm Cost: Member: $48. Non-Member: $60 Location: Strangway Studio Activity Code: 6876 Date: Monday, May 27 to June 24 (5 classes) Time: 11am to 12pm Cost: Member: $40. Non-Member: $50 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 6865 Date: Wednesday, May 29 to June 26 (5 classes) Time: 11:30am to 12:30pm Cost: Member: $40. Non-Member: $50 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 6871 Date: Friday, May 31 to June 28 (5 classes) Time: 11am to 12pm Cost: Member: $40. Non-Member: $50 Location: Strangway Studio Activity Code: 6877 Chair and Mat Exercises: In conjunction with the Parkinson’s Support Group of Sarnia Lambton. The focus of this exercise class will be on improving balance, flexibility, co-ordination, and joint movement. The exercises in this program have been designed for persons with Parkinson’s and their caregivers; however they will be of benefit to anyone with mobility and flexibility difficulties. SCC Date: Starts Thursday, September 6 Time: 11am to 11:45am Cost: Member: $2. Non-Member: $5 (drop-in) Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 6774 Chair Yoga: If you would like to try yoga but have trouble getting up and down from a mat, try chair yoga! You will practice yoga poses while sitting in a chair. This class is suitable for beginners. SCC Date and Time: Mondays, 1pm to 2pm Cost: see below for individual session costs Location: Strangway Studio Instructor: Ann Bending FALL 2018 Date: Monday, September 17 to October 29 (6 classes) (no class October 8) Cost: Member: $48. Non-Member: $60 Activity Code: 6817 Date: Monday, November 5 to December 10 (5 classes) (no class November 12) Cost: Member: $40. Non-Member: $50 Activity Code: 6818 WINTER 2019 Date: Monday, January 7 to February 11 (6 classes) Cost: Member: $48. Non-Member: $60 Activity Code: 6819 Date: Monday, February 25 to April 1 (6 classes) Cost: Member: $48. Non-Member: $60 Activity Code: 6820 SPRING 2019 Date: Monday, April 8 to May 13 (5 classes) (no class April 22) Cost: Member: $40. Non-Member: $50 Activity Code: 6821 Date: Monday, May 27 to June 24 (5 classes) Cost: Member: $40. Non-Member: $50 Activity Code: 6822 Core Conditioning: Designed for all fitness levels, core conditioning will involve exercises that focus on abs, glutes, lower back, and hip flexors. Each week participants will work toward improving their own strength, flexibility, balance and endurance. SCC Instructor: Joy Huizinga FALL 2018 Date: Tuesday, September 18 to December 4 (12 classes)

12 ADULT - RECREATION/FITNESS PROGRAMS Time: 8:45am to 9:45am Cost: $63 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 7142 Date: Friday, September 21 to December 14 (12 classes) Time: 9:30am to 10:30am Cost: $63 Location: Clearwater Upper Hall Activity Code: 7143 WINTER 2019 Date: Tuesday, January 8 to March 26 (12 classes) Time: 8:45am to 9:45am Cost: $63 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 7144 Date: Friday, January 4 to March 29 (11 classes) Time: 9:30am to 10:30am Cost: $57.75 Location: Clearwater Upper Hall Activity Code: 7145 SPRING 2019 Date: Tuesday, April 2 to June 18 (12 classes) (no class April 19) Time: 8:45am to 9:45am Cost: $63 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 7146 Date: Friday, April 5 to June 28 (11 classes) Time: 9:30am to 10:30am Cost: $57.75 Location: Clearwater Upper Hall Activity Code: 7147 Funfit: Be ready to work hard, sweat, improve your fitness level, and meet new people all while having fun to great music! This program offers low impact exercise, while working the cardiovascular system. Free weights are provided to build muscle, and bands to increase endurance and build bone density. Bring your running shoes, a mat, and a water bottle!

FALL 2018 Date: Monday, September 17 to December 3 (12 classes) Time: 5:30pm to 6:30pm Cost: Fee: $63 Location: Clearwater Upper Hall Instructor: Joy Huizinga Activity Code: 7148 Date: Tuesday, September 18 to December 4 (12 classes) Time: 9:30am to 10:30am Cost: Fee: $63 Location: Clearwater Upper Hall Instructor: Carol Burkhart Activity Code: 7155 Date: Wednesday, September 19 to December 12 (12 classes) Time: 5:30pm to 6:30pm Cost: Fee: $63 Location: Clearwater Upper Hall Instructor: Joy Huizinga Activity Code: 7151 Date: Thursday, September 20 to December 6 (12 classes) Time: 9:30am to 10:30am Cost: Fee: $63 Location: Clearwater Upper Hall Instructor: Carol Burkhart Activity Code: 7154 WINTER 2019 Date: Monday, January 7 to March 25 (12 classes) Time: 5:30pm to 6:30pm Cost: Fee: $63 Location: Clearwater Upper Hall Instructor: Joy Huizinga Activity Code: 7149 Date: Tuesday, January 8 to March 26 (12 classes) Time: 9:30am to 10:30am Cost: Fee: $63 Location: Clearwater Upper Hall Instructor: Carol Burkhart Activity Code: 7158 Date: Wednesday, January 9 to March 27 (12 classes) Time: 5:30pm to 6:30pm Cost: Fee: $63 Location: Clearwater Upper Hall Instructor: Joy Huizinga Activity Code: 7152 Date: Thursday, January 10 to March 28 (12 classes) Time: 9:30am to 10:30am Cost: Fee: $63 Location: Clearwater Upper Hall Instructor: Carol Burkhart Activity Code: 7156 SPRING 2019 Date: Monday, April 1 to June 24 (11 classes) Time: 5:30pm to 6:30pm Cost: Fee: $57.75 Location: Clearwater Upper Hall Instructor: Joy Huizinga Activity Code: 7150 Date: Tuesday, April 2 to June 18 (12 classes) Time: 9:30am to 10:30am Cost: Fee: $63 Location: Clearwater Upper Hall Instructor: Carol Burkhart Activity Code: 7159

www.sarniacommunityactivitiesguide.ca 13 ADULT - RECREATION/FITNESS PROGRAMS Date: Wednesday, April 3 to June 19 (12 classes) Time: 5:30pm to 6:30pm Cost: Fee: $63 Location: Clearwater Upper Hall Instructor: Joy Huizinga Activity Code: 7153 Date: Thursday, April 4 to June 20 (12 classes) Time: 9:30am to 10:30am Cost: Fee: $63 Location: Clearwater Upper Hall Instructor: Carol Burkhart Activity Code: 7157 Gentle Yoga: Energize, detox, de-stress and improve your balance and flexibility with this yoga class. You will be holding and flowing through yoga poses followed by a brief guided meditation bringing body and mind in to balance. In this gentle class we will take time to feel how we move and create space in our bodies. We will safely observe and build stability through broad ranges of movement. SCC Date and Time: Fridays, 9:15am to 10:15am Cost: see below for individual session costs Location: Strangway Room Instructor: Ann Bending FALL 2018 Date: Friday, September 21 to November 2 (7 classes) Cost: Member: $56. Non-Member: $70 Activity Code: 6839 Date: Friday, November 9 to December 14 (6 classes) Cost: Member: $48. Non-Member: $60 Activity Code: 6840 WINTER 2019 Date: Friday, January 11 to February 22 (7 classes) Cost: Member: $56. Non-Member: $70 Activity Code: 6841 Date: Friday, March 1 to April 5 (6 classes) Cost: Member: $48. Non-Member: $60 Activity Code: 6842 SPRING 2019 Date: Friday, April 12 to May 24 (6 classes) (no class April 19) Cost: Member: $48. Non-Member: $60 Activity Code: 6843 Date: Friday, May 31 to June 28 (5 classes) Cost: Member: $40. Non-Member: $50 Activity Code: 6844 GROOVE! - New: GROOVE incorporates aspects from dance, fitness, yoga etc. to create music to driven movements for cardio, strength, and flexibility. GROOVE is perfect for every age and everybody. You will learn simple and easy moves from a variety of different dance styles (hip hop, urban, jazz and ballroom just to name a few) inspired by different genres of music with beats you cannot resist. If you can move, you can GROOVE! SCC Date and Time: Tuesday’s, 1:30pm to 2:30pm Cost: see below for individual session costs Location: Strangway Room Instructor: Stephanie Purdy FALL 2018 Date: Tuesday, September 11 Cost: Try-it class. FREE Activity Code: 6914 FALL 2018 Date: Tuesday, September 25 to October 30 (6 classes) Cost: Member: $48. Non-Member: $60 Activity Code: 6915 Date: Tuesday, November 6 to December 11 (6 classes) Cost: Member: $48. Non-Member: $60 Activity Code: 6916 WINTER 2019 Date: Tuesday, January 8 to February 12 (6 classes) Cost: Member: $48. Non-Member: $60 Activity Code: 6917 Date: Tuesday, February 19 to April 2 (6 classes) Cost: Member: $48. Non-Member: $60 Activity Code: 6918 SPRING 2019 Date: Tuesday, April 9 to May 14 (6 classes) Cost: Member: $48. Non-Member: $60 Activity Code: 6919 Healthy Parents, Happy Delivery - New: Finding the motivation to work out during pregnancy can be hard, knowing what exercise is safe during each trimester can prove to be even harder! Come just Mom, or bring your support! This prenatal fitness program is delicately designed to keep both parents healthy and fit during every trimester. A healthy delivery is our #1 GOAL! SCC Date and Time: Thursdays, 6:30pm to 7:30pm Cost: $60 per session Location: Strangway Room Instructor: Richel Jackson FALL 2018 Date: Thursday, September 20 to October 25 (6 classes) Activity Code: 6971 FALL 2018 Date: Thursday, November 1 to December 13 (6 classes) Activity Code: 6972 WINTER 2019 Date: Thursday, January 10 to February 14 (6 classes) Activity Code: 6973 Date: Thursday, February 21 to March 28 (6 classes) Activity Code: 6974 SPRING 2019 Date: Thursday, April 4 to May 9 (6 classes) Activity Code: 6975 Date: Thursday, May 16 to June 20 (6 classes) Activity Code: 6976 Line Dancing - Beginner-Improver: Learn basic line dancing routines in both Latin American and Modern Ballroom dances, such as Cha Cha, Rhumba, Tango, Waltz, Slow Foxtrot, Jive, Country and Circle. If you are a beginner or would like to take it to the next level, this is the class for you. Great music, great exercise and great friends. No partner required. SCC Date: Starts Tuesday, September 18 Time: 10am to 11am Cost: Member: $5. Non-Member: $6 (pay as you go) Location: Strangway Room Instructor: Darlene Landry Date: Starts Saturday, September 15 (no class on Thanksgiving weekend, or Easter weekend) Time: 10:30am to 11:30am Cost: Member: $5. Non-Member: $6 (pay as you go) Location: Strangway Room Instructor: Darlene Landry Line Dancing - Intermediate/Advanced: Let’s dance to the next step up. If you love to dance this is the class for you, everyone is welcome. Put on your dancing shoes and step in time to great music and routines. Including Cha Cha, Rumba, Salsa, Tango, Waltz, Jive Foxtrot, Polka and Country all danced to Latin American and Modern Ballroom tunes. No partner required. SCC Date: Starts Monday, September 10 (no class on October 8, November 12, February 18, April 22, May 20) Time: 9:45am to 10:45am Cost: Member: $5. Non-Member: $6 (pay as you go) Location: Strangway Room Instructor: Diane Gorton

14 ADULT - RECREATION/FITNESS PROGRAMS Date: Starts Thursday, September 13 Time: 9:30am to 10:45am Cost: Member: $5. Non-Member: $6 (pay as you go) Location: Strangway Room Instructor: Diane Gorton Minds in Motion - New: In partnership with the Alzheimer’s Society we will be offering the Minds in Motion program. Minds in Motion is a program for people living with early to mid stage Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia’s and their care partners. The program includes: 45 to 60 minutes of physical activity, 45 to 60 minutes of mentally stimulating activities and healthy refreshments. Minds in Motion gives you a great environment to establish new friendships with others who are living with similar experiences. SCC WINTER 2019 Date: Monday, January 21 to March 18 (8 classes) Time: 12:30pm to 2:30pm Cost: $10 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 6982 Nia - Move to Heal: Based on the principles and practice of the Nia Technique, a Move to Heal class provides simple choreography that invites you to drop in to your body and relax your nervous system as you move to inspiring music. Nia is a holistic practice that brings you in touch with your body, physically, mentally, and emotionally. Your 9th class is free! SCC Date and Time: Wednesday’s, 6:15pm to 7:15pm Cost: Member: $90. Non-Member: $104 per session Location: Strangway Room Instructor: Jo Ann Pinel FALL 2018 Date: Wednesday, September 19 to November 14 (9 classes) Activity Code: 6977 WINTER 2019 Date: Wednesday, January 9 to March 6 (9 classes) Activity Code: 6978 SPRING 2019 Date: Wednesday, March 13 to May 8 (9 classes) Activity Code: 6979 Peace and Calm Yoga - New: This is a restorative yoga practice for stress and anxiety. It will help bring down your heart rate, loosen up your heart space, de-clutter your mind, release the stress and anxiety, and welcome a state of presence and relaxation. A very gentle, relaxing class, using blocks and bolsters for support. SCC Date and Time: Thursdays, 10am to 10:45am Cost: Member: $30. Non-Member: $36 per session Location: Strangway Studio Instructor: Pam Chin FALL 2018 Date: Thursday, September 13 to October 18 (6 classes) Activity Code: 6929 Date: Thursday, October 25 to November 29 (6 classes) Activity Code: 6930 WINTER 2019 Date: Thursday, January 10 to February 14 (6 classes) Activity Code: 6931 Date: Thursday, February 21 to March 28 (6 classes) Activity Code: 6932 SPRING 2019 Date: Thursday, April 4 to May 9 (6 classes) Activity Code: 6933 to Sarnia Golf & Curling Club Game of stones TRY CURLING NOW Find out how you can try curling FREE! 519.336.2201 ext. 234 proshop@sgcc.on.ca www.sgcc.on.ca Inquire about our many curling membership options! membership@sgcc.on.ca Haven’t curled before?

www.sarniacommunityactivitiesguide.ca 15 ADULT - RECREATION/FITNESS PROGRAMS Qi Gong: Qi Gong is a gentle form of exercise that involves the repetition of fluid movements. It integrates physical postures, breathing techniques, and focused intentions. It can be done standing or seated and exercises can be modified for almost anyone with patience who wants to learn. SCC FALL 2018 Date: Starts Tuesday, September 11 Time: 12:30pm to 1:15pm Cost: Member: $5. Non-Member: $6 (pay as you go) Location: Strangway Room Instructor: Pam Chin Date: Starts Thursday, September 13 Time: 11am to 11:45am Cost: Member: $5. Non-Member: $6 (pay as you go) Location: Strangway Studio Instructor: Pam Chin Sequence Ballroom Dancing: Sequence dancing is an easy, quick and fun way to learn ballroom dance steps. If you enjoy gentle exercise, good music and a social occasion to this is the class for you. Singles are welcome to attend as assistants will be available. SCC Date and Time: Tuesday’s, 3pm to 4:15pm Cost: See below for individual session costs Location: Strangway Room Instructor: Anne and Ken Evans Beginner: FALL 2018 Date: Tuesday, September 18 to October 23 (6 classes) Cost: Member: $34. Non-Member: $40 Activity Code: 6908 Date: Tuesday, November 6 to December 11 (6 classes) Cost: Member: $34. Non-Member: $40 Activity Code: 6911 WINTER 2019 Date: Tuesday, January 8 to February 26 (8 classes) Cost: Member: $46. Non-Member: $54 Activity Code: 6909 SPRING 2019 Date: Tuesday, March 12 to April 30 (8 classes) Cost: Member: $46. Non-Member: $54 Activity Code: 6910 Intermediate: Date and Time: Tuesday’s, 7:30 to 8:45pm Cost: See below for individual session costs Location: Strangway Room Instructor: Anne and Ken Evans FALL 2018 Date: Tuesday, September 18 to October 30 (7 classes) Cost: Member: $40. Non-Member: $47 Activity Code: 6904 Date: Tuesday, November 6 to December 11 (6 classes) Cost: Member: $34. Non-Member: $40 Activity Code: 6907 WINTER 2019 Date: Tuesday, January 8 to February 26 (8 classes) Cost: Member: $46. Non-Member: $54 Activity Code: 6905 SPRING 2019 Date: Tuesday, March 5 to April 30 (9 classes) Cost: Member: $52. Non-Member: $61 Activity Code: 6906 Stretch and Soft Yoga: This program uses healing yoga, a program that is modified to help people with injuries and illness. Regular practice of this program can benefit range of specific conditions while helping you bring flexibility, fluid movement and relieve the stress in your whole body. You don’t need any previous yoga experience, but you must be able to get down on to the floor. You will need a rubber yoga mat for this class. Please arrive 10 minutes early as we will do breathing exercises if time allows. SCC Date: Starts Tuesday, September 11 Time: 11:15am to 12:15pm Cost: Member: $5. Non-Member: $6 (pay as you go) Location: Strangway Room Instructor: Pam Chin Date: Starts Thursday, September 13 Time: 12:15pm to 1:15pm Cost: Member: $5. Non-Member: $6 Location: Strangway Room Instructor: Pam Chin Tai Chi: Tai Chi is found to improve the flexibility of joints, improve balance, deepen breathing, increase circulation and is suitable for all levels of ability. The Chair Set is an option for those who have difficulty standing. SCC Cost: please see below for individual session costs Location: Strangway Room Instructor: Jim Carrothers Beginner Evening: Tuesday’s: 5:30pm to 6:30pm FALL 2018 Date: Tuesday, September 4 to September 25 (4 classes) Member: $24, non member $31 Activity Code: 6943 Date: Tuesday, October 2 to October 30 (5 classes) Member: $30, non member: $38 Activity Code: 6944 Date: Tuesday, November 6 to November 27 (4 classes) Member: $24, non member $31 Activity Code: 6945 Date: Tuesday, December 4 to December 18(3 classes) Member: $18, non member: $23 Activity Code: 6946 WINTER 2019 Date: Tuesday, January 8 to January 29 (4 classes) Member: $24, non member $31 Activity Code: 6947 Date: Tuesday, February 5 to February 26 (4 classes) Member: $24, non member $31 Activity Code: 6948 Date: Tuesday, March 5 to March 26 (4 classes) Member: $24, non member $31 Activity Code: 6949 SPRING 2019 Date: Tuesday, April 2 to April 30 (5 classes) Member: $30, non member: $38 Activity Code: 6950 Date: Tuesday, May 7 to May 28 (4 classes) Member: $24, non member $31 Activity Code: 6951 Beginner/Continuing Daytime: Monday’s, 8:30am to 9:30am FALL 2018 Date: Monday, September 10 to September 24 (3 classes) Member: $18, non member: $23 Activity Code: 6934 Date: Monday, October 1 to October 29 (4 classes) Member: $24, non member $31 Activity Code: 6935 Date: Monday, November 5 to November 26 (3 classes) Member: $18, non member: $23 Activity Code: 6936 Date: Monday, December 3 to December 17 (3 classes) Member: $18, non member: $23 Activity Code: 6937 WINTER 2019 Date: Monday, January 7 to January 28 (4 classes) Member: $24, non member $31 Activity Code: 6938 Date: Monday, February 4 to February 25 (3 classes) Member: $18, non member: $23 Activity Code: 6939 Date: Monday, March 4 to March 25 (4 classes) Member: $24, non member $31 Activity Code: 6940

16 ADULT - RECREATION/FITNESS PROGRAMS SPRING 2019 Date: Monday, April 1 to April 29 (4 classes) Member: $24, non member $31 Activity Code: 6941 Date: Monday, May 6 to May 27 (3 classes) Member: $18, non member: $23 Activity Code: 6942 Tai Chi Continuing Evening: Tuesdays, 6:30 to 7:30pm FALL 2018 Date: Tuesday, September 4 to September 25 (4 classes) Member: $24, non member $31 Activity Code: 6952 Date: Tuesday, October 2 to October 30 (5 classes) Member: $30, non member: $38 Activity Code: 6953 Date: Tuesday, November 6 to November 27 (4 classes) Member: $24, non member $31 Activity Code: 6954 Date: Tuesday, December 4 to December 18 (3 classes) Member: $18, non member: $23 Activity Code: 6955 WINTER 2019 Date: Tuesday, January 8 to January 29 (4 classes) Member: $24, non member $31 Activity Code: 6956 Date: Tuesday, February 5 to February 26 (4 classes) Member: $24, non member $31 Activity Code: 6957 Date: Tuesday, March 5 to March 26 (4 classes) Member: $24, non member $31 Activity Code: 6958 SPRING 2019 Date: Tuesday, April 2 to April 30 (5 classes) Member: $30, non member: $38 Activity Code: 6959 Date: Tuesday, May 7 to May 28 (4 classes) Member: $24, non member $31 Activity Code: 6960 Walk and Talk in the Park: Walking is more enjoyable when it involves socializing! Walking polls will be provided if needed and shorter options are available if an hour is too long. Optional 20 min. boomer exercises at end of session.

Location: Meet at west end of beach parking lot at covered pavilion in Canatara. FALL 2018 Date: Wednesday, September 5 to October 31 Time: 9:45am to 10:45am Cost: Free Activity Code: 6985 Yoga Flow: Modifications for all levels with instruction on postures, breathing and relaxation. Bring own mat. Date and Time: Tuesdays, see below for times Cost: $72 per session Location: Newton Centre Instructor: Josie Duff FALL 2018 Date: Tuesday, September 18 to December 4 (12 classes) Time: 6pm to 7pm Activity Code: 7123 Date: Tuesday, September 18 to December 4 (12 classes) Time: 7pm to 8pm Activity Code: 7124 WINTER 2019 Date: Tuesday, January 8 to March 26 (12 classes) Time: 6pm to 7pm Activity Code: 7125 Date: Tuesday, January 8 to March 26 (12 classes) Time: 7pm to 8pm Activity Code: 7126 SPRING 2019 Date: Tuesday, April 2 to June 18 (12 classes) Time: 6pm to 7pm Activity Code: 7127

www.sarniacommunityactivitiesguide.ca 17 ADULT - RECREATION/FITNESS PROGRAMS Date: Tuesday, April 2 to June 18 (12 classes) Time: 7pm to 8pm Activity Code: 7128 Yoga for Core: This beginner to friendly class will build your core strength to help with posture, overall balance and stability and create support for your back. We will energize, detox and de-stress with yogic breathing, holding and flowing through poses. A brief guided mediation to end the class will bring mind and body in to balance. SCC Date and Time: Monday’s, 5:30pm to 6:30pm Cost: see below for individual session costs Location: Strangway Room Instructor: Ann Bending FALL 2018 Date: Monday, September 17 to October 29 (6 classes) (no class October 8) Cost: Member: $48. Non-Member: $60 Activity Code: 6833 Date: Monday, November 5 to December 10 (5 classes) (no class November 12) Cost: Member: $40. Non-Member: $50 Activity Code: 6834 WINTER 2019 Date: Monday, January 7 to February 11 (6 classes) Cost: Member: $48. Non-Member: $60 Activity Code: 6835 Date: Monday, February 25 to April 1 (6 classes) Cost: Member: $48. Non-Member: $60 Activity Code: 6836 SPRING 2019 Date: Monday, April 8 to May 13 (5 classes) (no class April 22) Cost: Member: $40. Non-Member: $50 Activity Code: 6837 Date: Monday, May 27 to June 24 (5 classes) Cost: Member: $40. Non-Member: $50 Activity Code: 6838 Sports and Recreation Co-Ed Badminton: Recreational Badminton, players will divide into teams upon arrival. Bring your own racket and birdies. Date and Time: Please see below for individual session dates, 7:30pm to 9:30pm Cost: Fee: $25 per session Location: TBD FALL 2018 Date: Tuesday, September 18 to December 4 (12 classes) Activity Code: 7160 Date: Thursday, September 20 to December 6 Activity Code: 7163 WINTER 2019 Date: Tuesday, January 8 to March 26 (11 classes) Activity Code: 7161 Date: Thursday, January 10 to March 28 Activity Code: 7164 SPRING 2019 Date: Tuesday, April 2 to June 18 (12 classes) Activity Code: 7162 Date: Thursday, April 4 to June 20 Activity Code: 7165 Co-Ed Basketball: Recreational basketball for adults; players will be split into two groups to play. Participants must have knowledge of the game. Games will not be refereed.

Date and Time: Wednesday’s, 7:30pm to 9:30pm Cost: $25 per session Location: TBD FALL 2018 Date: Wednesday, September 19 to December 5 Activity Code: 7166 WINTER 2019 Date: Wednesday, January 9 to March 27 Activity Code: 7167 Intro to Golf: Learn the basics of golf in a fun and informal atmosphere. The classes will cover the basics of a proper set up, putting, chipping, and the full swing. Please bring a 5 iron, 7 iron and a wood to the first class. SCC SPRING 2019 Date: Tuesday, May 7 to June 11 (6 classes) Time: 3pm to 4pm Cost: Member: $70. Non-Member: $80 Location: Strangway Room Instructor: Darrick Harrop Activity Code: 6912 Date: Tuesday, May 7 to June 11 (6 classes) Time: 4:15pm to 5:15pm Cost: Member: $70. Non-Member: $80 Location: Strangway Room Instructor: Darrick Harrop Activity Code: 6913 You love water!

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18 ADULT - RECREATION/FITNESS PROGRAMS Indoor Walking: Continue your walking program (self-guided) inside during the months when the temperature drops and the days get shorter. Date: Tuesday and Thursday, September 25 to March 28 Time: 6:30pm to 7:30pm Cost: $15 Location: TBA Activity Code: 7105 Pickleball: Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in North America! Please note that there is no instruction as this is a recreational league. It is your best interest to select the skill level best suited to you. We do suggest taking a beginner course prior to playing. Balls and paddles are supplied but you are welcome to bring your own. Pickleball Clinics: Learn the basics of pickleball and beyond with our (CPTP) Certified Pickleball Teaching Professional. Court shoes are recommended. SCC Instructor: Wayne Spitzig Learn to Play Pickleball: Come and learn how to play this fast growing sport. This is a great course to take if you’re considering joining one of our recreational pickleball programs. The detailed 4 hour course agenda includes, course objectives, fun facts, SAFETY, court and equipment descriptions, terminology, learn and practice basic shot types, object of the game, doubles player positions, how to keep score and proper pickleball etiquette. SCC FALL 2018 Date: Monday, September 17 to September 24 (2 classes) Time: 12:30pm to 2:30pm Cost: Member: $46. Non-Member: $53 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 7052 Date: Monday, October 1 and October 15 (2 classes) (no class October 8) Time: 12:30pm to 2:30pm Cost: Member: $46. Non-Member: $53 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 7053 Date: Saturday, November 17 Time: 12pm to 4pm Cost: Member: $46. Non-Member: $53 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 7054 WINTER 2019 Date: Monday, January 7 to January 14 (2 classes) Time: 12:30pm to 2:30pm Cost: Member: $46. Non-Member: $53 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 7055 Date: Saturday, January 19 Time: 12pm to 4pm Cost: Member: $46. Non-Member: $53 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 7056 Pickleball 1.1 to Dinking and Volley Practice Clinic: This fundamentals plus 1.1 (A) Dinking and (B) volley practice clinic is intended for any recreational or intermediate players and will provide a full hour of practice for each skill, thus providing an opportunity to further practice and hone the fundamental skills previously learned. Agenda includes, review and practice basic dink shot including basic strategy and will include game type practice. Basic block volley and start to learn placement. Use of the tutor ball machine may be introduced based on class skills. SCC Date: Monday, October 22 Time: 12:30pm to 2:30pm Cost: Member: $29. Non-Member: $33 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 7051 Pickleball 1.2 Groundstrokes and Serve/Serve Return: This fundamentals plus 1.2 (A) groundstrokes and (B) Serve / Serve Return practice clinic is intended for any recreational or intermediate player and will provide a full hour of practice for each skill and thus provide an opportunity to further practice and hone the fundamental skills previously learned. Agenda includes, review of basic forehand/ backhand and begin to learn and understand the purpose of the split step. Practice proper serve and serve return using your groundstrokes, discuss hitting with placement vs power and why. Explain only the half volley and overhead smash technique. Partial use of the Tutor ball machine may be used based on class skill level. SCC Date: Monday, October 29 Time: 12:30pm to 2:30pm Cost: Member: $29. Non-Member: $33 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 7057 Pickleball 1.3 Player Positions and Game Play: You have previously taken the 1.1, 1.2 or LTPP clinic, now let’s put it all together and learn the proper player positions and shot options in game play situations. Agenda includes, basic dinking warm to up, review basic dinking strategy. We will review the objective of the game, hitting with placement vs power, player positions, team movement, split step, shot options, strategy and why. This clinic is dedicated to game situational play, proper etiquette, Instructor input and suggestions. SCC FALL 2018 Date: Monday, November 5 Time: 12:30pm to 2:30pm Cost: Member: $29. Non-Member: $33 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 7050 Cell phone REPAIRS and cell phone ACCESSORIES. Brand NEW cell phones and USED cell phones.

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www.sarniacommunityactivitiesguide.ca 19 ADULT - RECREATION/FITNESS PROGRAMS WINTER 2019 Date: Saturday, January 26 Time: 12pm to 2pm Cost: Member: $29. Non-Member: $33 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 7058 Date: Saturday, January 26 Time: 2pm to 4pm Cost: Member: $29. Non-Member: $33 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 7059 Pickleball 2.1 - Dinking and 3rd Shot Drop Practice: This intermediate 2.1 (A) Dinking and (B) 3rd Shot Drop skills clinic is intended for any intermediate or competitive type player. It is designed to develop a more intermediate to advanced soft game skill set. Agenda includes (A) Dinking, learning proper individual and team dink shot footwork and why, dink shot options, placement strategy and why, controlled volley. (B) Introduce basic forehand 3rd shot drop and why it’s so important, practice team movement and split step. Partial use of Tutor ball tossing machine may be included. SCC Date: Monday, November 19 Time: 12:30pm to 2:30pm Cost: Member: $29. Non-Member: $33 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 7049 Pickleball 2.2 - Groundstrokes and Volley Skills: This intermediate clinic is intended for any intermediate to competitive type player. It is designed to develop a more intermediate to advanced hard game skill set. This clinic will provide a full hour practice for each skillset, groundstrokes and volleys. Agenda includes groundstrokes target practice. Discuss only, spin options when and why to use it. Practice swing volley, snap volley, block volley including shot placement. Review overhead smash technique. Partial to extensive use of the Tutor ball tossing machine may be included. SCC Date: Monday, November 26 Time: 12:30pm to 2:30pm Cost: Member: $29. Non-Member: $33 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 7048 Pickleball Recreational Leagues: Please note: no instruction is provided.

Pickleball (Recreational Level of Play): Date and Time: Please see below for individual dates, time for all sessions: 7:30pm to 9:30pm Cost: Member: $23. Non-Member: $25 per session Location: TBA FALL 2018 Date: Monday, September 24 to December 17 (12 classes) (no class October 8 or November 12) Activity Code: 7023 Date: Tuesday, September 25 to December 18 (13 classes) Activity Code: 7035 Date: Tuesday, September 25 to December 18 (13 classes) Activity Code: 7041 Date: Wednesday, September 26 to December 19 (13 classes) Activity Code: 7040 Date: Thursday, September 27 to December 20 (13 classes) Activity Code: 7031 WINTER 2019 Date: Monday, January 7 to March 4 (8 classes) (no class February 18) Activity Code: 7024 Date: Tuesday, January 8 to March 5 (9 classes) Activity Code: 7036 2018-2019Season REGISTRATION beginsin SEPTEMBER2018 2018-2019Season REGISTRATION beginsin SEPTEMBER2018 POINTEDWARDSKATINGCLUB POINTEDWARDSKATINGCLUB Contact Denise @ 519-542-0583 or Kelly @ 519-542-4338 for more information visit: www.pointedwardskatingclub.com • Parent & Tot • Canskate • Power Skating • Pre-Canskate • Private Lessons PointEdwardCommunityHall 210MonkStreet,PointEdward PointEdwardCommunityHall 210MonkStreet,PointEdward

20 ADULT - RECREATION/FITNESS PROGRAMS Date: Tuesday, January 8 to March 5 (9 classes) Activity Code: 7042 Date: Wednesday, January 9 to March 6 (9 classes) Activity Code: 7039 Date: Thursday, January 10 to March 7 (9 classes) Activity Code: 7030 SPRING 2019 Date: Monday, March 18 to May 13 (8 classes) (no class April 22) Activity Code: 7025 Date: Tuesday, March 19 to May 21 (10 classes) Activity Code: 7037 Date: Tuesday, March 19 to May 21 (10 classes) Activity Code: 7043 Date: Wednesday, March 20 to May 22 (10 classes) Activity Code: 7038 Date: Thursday, March 21 to May 23 (10 classes) Activity Code: 7029 Pickleball (Intermediate Recreational): FALL 2018 Date: Tuesday, September 25 to December 18 (13 classes) Activity Code: 7026 Date: Friday, October 5 to December 21 (10 classes) (no class on PD days) Activity Code: 7032 WINTER 2019 Date: Tuesday, January 8 to March 5 (9 classes) Activity Code: 7027 Date: Friday, January 11 to March 8 (8 classes) (no class on PD days) Activity Code: 7033 SPRING 2019 Date: Tuesday, March 19 to May 21 (10 classes) Activity Code: 7028 Date: Friday, March 22 to May 24 (8 classes) (no class on April 19 or PD days) Activity Code: 7034 Pickleball (Competitive Ladder) for intermediate and advanced players: FALL 2018 Date: Thursday, September 27 to December 20 Activity Code: 7062 WINTER 2019 Date: Thursday, January 10 to March 7 (9 classes) Activity Code: 7063 SPRING 2019 Date: Thursday, March 21 to May 23 (10 classes) Activity Code: 7064 Zoomers Volleyball: Join us for pick up volleyball and a lot of fun. Come on out, regardless of skill, for a fun form of exercise. Date and Time: Thursdays, 7:30pm to 9:30pm Cost: Member: $15. Non-Member: $18 per session Location: TBA FALL 2018 Date: Thursday, September 27 to December 13 (12 classes) Activity Code: 7045 SPRING 2019 Date: Thursday, March 21 to May 23 (10 classes) Activity Code: 7047 WINTER 2019 Date: Thursday, January 10 to March 7 (9 classes) Activity Code: 7046 Mind and Body The Art of Aromatherapy: Discover how essential oils can enhance your overall health and wellbeing for you and your family every day in just minutes. Oils are one of nature’s most natural health solutions available to us today and they’re very easy to use. Free gift for all who attend and prize giveaway. SCC Date: Tuesday, October 16 Time: 6pm to 7pm Cost: Member: $14. Non-Member: $16 Location: Strangway Craft Room Activity Code: 6987 Energy Medicine: Einstein said “Everything in our material world is made of energy and everything radiates energy.” That means us as well! In this introductory class, you will experience how energies can affect our body, mind and spirit and how STRESS is the biggest disrupter of our energies. Learn why balance is the buzz word! SCC Date: Tuesday, September 18 Time: 10:30am to 12pm Cost: Member: $16. Non-Member: $19 Location: Strangway Craft Room Instructor: Georgia Gander Activity Code: 6891 A simple and natural way to enhance your overall health and wellbeing for: • Relaxation • Digestion • Skin Care • Anxiety • Sleep • Energy • Depression • Mood • Weight Therapy Provided by Josée Smith – Your Natural Health Advocate Get STARTED with Aromatherapy FREE at www.ameoaromatherapy.com MASSAGE SERVICES www.nichellemoorermt.com 519.328.7692 316 George St., Unit 201, Sarnia, ON • Relaxational •Therapeutic • Prenatal • Aromatherapy • Hot Stone 50%OFF 1st MASSAGE DR. K. DAYE NEW PATIENTS & CHILDREN WELCOME 519-336-5360 790 Exmouth St. Sarnia • General & Family Dentistry • Cosmetic Dentistry (Crowns, Bridges, Veneers) • Root Canals • Implant Dentistry • Nitrous Oxide & Oral Sedation Available • Dentures DENTAL SURGEON

www.sarniacommunityactivitiesguide.ca 21 ADULT - RECREATION/FITNESS PROGRAMS Energy Medicine and Conventional Medicine: Meridians, Energy Centres (Chakras), and the Endocrine system are all connected. Learn how each chakra has specific characteristics that benefit us and how the energy system and conventional medicine interact and work together. Let’s get balanced! SCC Date: Tuesday, September 25 Time: 10:30am to 12pm Cost: Member: $16. Non-Member: $19 Location: Strangway Craft Room Instructor: Georgia Gander Activity Code: 6892 Subtle Energies: Various Energy modalities that help balance the body, mind and spirit for better health will be shared in this class. REIKI, REFLEXOLOGY, SOUND THERAPY, CRYSTAL THERAPY, TRANSFORMATIONAL BREATHING and others will be discussed. Learn how these various treatments work together for optimum health. SCC Date: Tuesday, October 2 Time: 10:30am to 12pm Cost: Member: $16. Non-Member: $19 Location: Strangway Craft Room Instructor: Georgia Gander Activity Code: 6893 Words and Water: Our Energies: Few people realize how powerful words are and how they affect our health. Recognizing is the first step and then correcting is next. Join me and learn how to change your words and manifest what is in your best interest and for your highest good to receive. Better health- physically, emotionally and spiritually is on its way. SCC Date: Tuesday, October 9 Time: 10:30am to 12pm Cost: Member: $16. Non-Member: $19 Location: Strangway Craft Room Instructor: Georgia Gander Activity Code: 6894 Brain/Body Connection: Most of us take time to exercise our bodies but not always our brains! The important part is to exercise both of them and have them working together. This class will introduce you to specific exercises that will help connect the brain and body and have you feeling more vibrant and alive. Learn what your dominant side is and how to balance your brain and body! SCC FALL 2018 Date: Tuesday, October 16 Time: 10:30am to 12pm Cost: Member: $16. Non-Member: $19 Location: Strangway Craft Room Instructor: Georgia Gander Activity Code: 6895 Visualizing and Manifestation: There is a universal law known as the Law of Attraction. What you put out comes back to you. Be introduced to various methods of using this law and manifesting how you see your life. Good health? Financial freedom? Love and relationships? It’s all up to you! SCC FALL 2018 Date: Tuesday, October 23 Time: 10:30am to 12pm Cost: Member: $16. Non-Member: $19 Location: Strangway Craft Room Instructor: Georgia Gander Activity Code: 6896 Journaling: Each of these four workshops will uncover the ease and fun in private journal writing, otherwise known as journaling. Participants will discuss the different types and techniques of journal writing and also the benefits. Anyone can join in. No previous experience is necessary. Find your own style. You can take one workshop, several workshops or all of them. SCC Journaling: The Power of Gratitude: Date: Thursday, October 25 Time: 5:30pm to 6:30pm Cost: Member: $9. Non-Member: $10.50 Location: Strangway Studio Instructor: Adriana Vani Activity Code: 6887 Journaling: Want to Sleep Better?: Date: Thursday, November 1 Time: 5:30pm to 6:30pm Cost: Member: $9. Non-Member: $10.50 Location: Strangway Studio Instructor: Adriana Vani Activity Code: 6888 Journaling: Plan that Successful Project: Date: Thursday, November 8 Time: 5:30pm to 6:30pm Cost: Member: $9. Non-Member: $10.50 Location: Strangway Studio Instructor: Adriana Vani Activity Code: 6889 Journaling: Benefits of an Unsent Letter: Date: Thursday, November 15 Time: 5:30pm to 6:30pm Cost: Member: $9. Non-Member: $10.50 Location: Strangway Studio Instructor: Adriana Vani Activity Code: 6890 Living Life to the Full: Sponsored by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA). This course offers you enjoyable and interactive weekly sessions that will help you understand your feelings, thoughts and behaviours and what to do about them. Moderated by a trained Instructor from the CMHA and includes booklets, handouts, exercises and discussions. SCC

22 ADULT - RECREATION/FITNESS PROGRAMS FALL 2018 Date: Tuesday, October 30 to December 18 (8 classes) Time: 10am to 11:30am Cost: $45 Location: Strangway Craft Room Instructor: Joanne Simpson Activity Code: 6961 Meditation Group: A group to support your ongoing meditation practice. 30 minutes of self-guided mindfulness meditation and discussion. Experience with mindfulness meditation is required since there will not be meditation instructor. The book we will be studying this fall is “The Art of Living” by Thich Nhah Hanh. New members are welcome. Contact Deb Morris (deb.morris12@gmail.com) for more information. SCC Date: Starting Thursday, September 20 Time: 1:30pm to 3pm Cost: Member: $2. Non-Member: $5 Location: Strangway Centre Activity Code: 6773 Meditation with Richard: Gather to practice and share your meditation experience. Bring your own zafu or stool; no chairs please (unless needed for accessibility). Beginners welcome! No previous experience required, instruction is freely given by a Soto Zen Buddhist Monk. SCC Date: Starts Thursday, September 20 Time: 9am to 9:45am Cost: Free, donations appreciated. Location: Strangway Studio Instructor: Richard Maxwell Experienced teachers specializing in various instruments including voice. • Lessons and books for all ages • Rental instruments available for students STORE & STUDIO: 115 MITTON ST. S. • 519-344-2319 STUDIO ONLY: 914 MURPHY RD. #6 • 519-542-3542 Freshly Cooked Authentic Indian Cuisine. Vegetarian, Vegan & Gluten-Free Options. Open for Lunch, Dinner & Takeout. We Deliver! May Order OnLine Expanded to Accommodate Larger Groups Celebrating Special Occasions & Business Meetings. Sarnia’s #1 Rated restaurant on Trip Advisor. 519-491-5650 www.sitarasarnia.com 1000 Finch Drive, Unit 7 Sarnia, ON, N7S 6G5 clearwaterfamilydental@gmail.com Dr. Gabriel Ponce Welcoming New Patients! 519.332.3000 Book an appointment today! •Same Day Emergency Appointments •Evening and Weekend Appointments •Direct Insurance Billing www.clearwaterfamilydental.ca

www.sarniacommunityactivitiesguide.ca 23 ADULT - ACTIVITIES Regular Weekly Activities - Strangway Centre Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Hobby Shop* 9am to 12pm 1pm to 4pm Painting Club* 9am to 12pm Quilting 12:30pm to 3:30pm Billiards* 1pm to 4pm Cribbage* 1pm to 4pm Pickleball* 3pm to 5pm Euchre* 6pm to 8:50pm Hobby Shop* 9am to 12pm 1pm to 4pm Duplicate Bridge* 9am to 12pm Social Bridge* 1pm to 4pm Crafternoon 1pm to 4pm Euchre* 1pm to 4pm Hobby Shop* 9am to 12pm 1pm to 4pm Carpet Bowling* 9:15am to 11am Table Tennis* 9:30am to 11am Pepper* 1pm to 4pm Men’s 9-Ball* 1pm to 3:30pm SUES (Ukulele) 1pm to 3:30pm (Starts September 13) Hobby Shop* 9am to 12pm 1pm to 4pm Scrabble* 10am to 1pm Billiards* 1pm to 4pm Shuffleboard* 1:30pm to 3:30pm Mah-jong* 1:30 to 4:30pm Hobby Shop* 9am to 12pm 1pm to 4pm Pickleball* 10:30am to 12:30pm Billiards* 1pm to 4pm Chess* 1pm to 4pm Pepper* 1pm to 4pm *Activity token applies. 2019 Token prices TBD. Painting Club – Work on painting projects together in a social atmosphere. Please bring your own materials.

Quilting – A group of volunteers who hand-quilt a quilt that is raffled off at the annual Strangway Baazar. No activity token required. Billiards – Join us for some pool! A variety of billiards games including the classic 8 ball, 9 ball and snooker may be played. Cribbage - A card game for two to four players, in which the objective is to play so that the value of one’s cards played reaches exactly 15 or 31. Pickleball - A game resembling tennis/ table tennis in which players use paddles to hit a Wiffle ball over a net. Games are often played in doubles. Please bring clean shoes to play indoors. If you do not know how to play we suggest taking a course (which we offer) prior to attending.

Euchre - A card game with four players, played with the 9, 10, face and ace cards with the aim being to win at least three of the five tricks played. Prize fee applies. Duplicate Bridge - A competitive form of bridge in which the same hands are played successively by different partnerships; a partner is required to play. If you do not have a partner please let us know as we may be able to find you one. Bridge courses are offered at the Centre if you do not know how to play. Prize fee applies. Darts – A game in which small pointed missiles with feather or plastic flights are thrown at a circular target marked with numbers in order to score points.

Social Bridge – A more relaxed bridge game than duplicate bridge. No partners required. Bridge courses are offered at the Centre if you do not know how to play. Carpet Bowling - A game that resembles lawn bowling, played indoors with round or slightly asymmetric balls on a carpet. Table Tennis - An indoor game based on tennis, played with small paddles and a ball bounced on a table divided by a net. Pepper - Similar to euchre but with bidding. A $0.50 prize fee is required. SUES (Ukulele) – Strangway Ukulele Ensemble. A fun group of ukulele enthusiasts who play at various gigs around Sarnia (such as long term care homes). You must know how to play the ukulele to join (we offer a course at the Centre).

Scrabble - A board game in which players use lettered tiles to create words in a crossword fashion. Shuffleboard - A game played by pushing disks with a long- handled cue over a marked surface. Our shuffleboard courts are on a wood floor. Disks can be pushed from a seated position. Mah-jong - A game of Chinese or Philippine origin usually played by four persons with 144 dominoes like pieces or tiles marked in suits, counters, and dice, the object being to build a winning combination of pieces. If you don’t know how to play please drop in to our group and we would be happy to teach you! Chess - A game for two players each of who moves 16 pieces according to fixed rules across a checkerboard and tries to checkmate the opponent’s king.

Please note: All necessary supplies are supplied for Daily Activities by the Centre unless noted otherwise. A token fee applies (unless otherwise stated). Opening Ceremonies Nov. 24, 2018 ● 4-8 pm FREE! VOLUNTEER! Help bring displays to park, join in on community set-up and tear down days, and help at Opening Ceremonies. CelebrationOfLights.com

24 ADULT - ARTS & CULTURE PROGRAMS Arts and Crafts Art Studio - New: If you have completed a basic drawing or watercolour course and would like to continue to develop your skills, try other styles and mediums, then this is the class for you. Suggestions for course material and interests from students are welcomed. Date and Time: Fridays, 12pm to 3pm Cost: Member: $138. Non-Member: $158 per session Location: Newton Centre Instructor: Barbara Fisher FALL 2018 Date: Friday, September 21 to November 23 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6884 WINTER 2019 Date: Friday, January 11 to March 15 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6885 SPRING 2019 Date: Friday, April 5 to June 14 (10 classes) (no class April 19) Activity Code: 6886 Card Making: A monthly card making group with Stampin’ Up! Fee includes instruction and all materials to make two cards. Samples can be seen at the Strangway Centre. Fourth Wednesday monthly. SCC Time: 10am to 11am Cost: Member: $11.50. Non-Member: $13.50 per session Location: Strangway Craft Room Instructor: Angela Brodhagen FALL 2018 Date: Wednesday, September 26 Activity Code: 6921 Date: Wednesday, October 24 Activity Code: 6922 Date: Wednesday, November 28 Activity Code: 6923 WINTER 2019 Date: Wednesday, January 23 Activity Code: 6924 Date: Wednesday, February 27 Activity Code: 6925 Date: Wednesday, March 27 Activity Code: 6926 SPRING 2019 Date: Wednesday, April 24 Activity Code: 6927 Date: Wednesday, May 22 Activity Code: 6928 Drawing - the Basics: Drawing for beginners. A fun and relaxed environment where you will learn the basics of drawing and the fundamental skills needed to begin drawing. We will begin with simple line images and work toward a more realistic three dimensional look. We will explore various topics from tools to techniques and beyond. These skills will help you on your way towards the joy of drawing.

Date and Time: Fridays, 9am to 11am Cost: Member: $115. Non-Member: $133 per session Location: Newton Centre Instructor: Barbara Fisher FALL 2018 Date: Friday, September 21 to November 23 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6878 WINTER 2019 Date: Friday, January 11 to March 15 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6879 SPRING 2019 Date: Friday, April 5 to June 14 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6880 Handweaving: Learn the art of weaving on a loom! Participants will be provided with, on loan from the Guild, a four shaft table loom for the duration of the course. Participants will be guided through how to plan a project, choosing and measuring yarn, dressing the loom, weaving ancient patterns to create fabric, and finishing their own project. Course taught by the Members of the Sarnia Handweavers and Spinners Guild. SCC Date: Thursday, October 4 to November 1 (5 classes) Time: 9:30am to 12pm Cost: Member: $29. Non-Member: $33 Location: Strangway Craft Room Activity Code: 6800 Quilting - Level One: Learn to quilt and how to choose fabrics, using tools and setting up your machine to sewing a variety of quilt blocks to make a lap sized quilt. This is a great way to learn basic sewing and learn a new skill at the same time. You must bring your sewing machine. SCC Yoga for Book Lovers The Table of Contents The Plot Twist The Downward Pageview The Final Chapter The Poetic Prose Pose

www.sarniacommunityactivitiesguide.ca 25 ADULT - ARTS & CULTURE PROGRAMS Date: Monday, September 17 to November 19 (8 classes) Time: 9:30am to 12:30pm Cost: Member: $184. Non-Member: $210 Location: Strangway Studio Instructor: Lynne Cryer Activity Code: 6801 Quilting - Level Two: You’ve made a quilt before and are hungry for more! You’ve taken the beginner quilting class and you want to learn the next steps. You’ve quilted before but not for a while and you want to brush up on your skills. Any of these describe you? Then this is the class for you. We will learn more advanced techniques, blocks and quilting and colour ideas. You must bring your sewing machine. SCC Date: Monday, January 14 to March 11 (8 classes) (no class February 18) Time: 9:30am to 12:30pm Cost: Member: $184. Non-Member: $210 Location: Strangway Studio Instructor: Lynne Cryer Activity Code: 6802 Watercolours - the Basics: A course designed for beginners. We will have fun as we learn the basics and fundamental skills to painting in watercolours. We will cover a wide variety of topics from materials, tool, techniques and more. We will explore colour, how to mix it and how to create exciting dimensional effects. We will explore various styles which will develop your skills and equip you on your painting journey.

Date and Time: Fridays, 3:15pm to 5:15pm Cost: Member: $115. Non-Member: $133 per session Location: Newton Centre Instructor: Barbara Fisher FALL 2018 Date: Friday, September 21 to November 23 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6881 WINTER 2019 Date: Friday, January 11 to March 15 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6882 SPRING 2019 Date: Friday, April 5 to June 14 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6883 Music Guitar Lessons - Beginner: Learn basic cords, whole note scales, minor pentatonic scales, how to read guitar tabs and learn some songs. Brush the dust off the acoustic guitar that you’ve been saying you’ll learn how to play some day and have some fun! A beginner class but intermediate guitarists are welcome to come out as well. SCC Date and Time: Wednesday’s, 4pm to 5pm Cost: Member: $115. Non-Member: $130 per session Location: Strangway Studio Instructor: Dan Caraher FALL 2018 Date: Wednesday, September 19 to November 21 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6796 WINTER 2019 Date: Wednesday, January 9 to March 13 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6797 Guitar Lessons - Intermediate: A step up from the beginner class. SCC Date and Time: Wednesday’s, 5:15pm to 6:15pm Cost: Member: $115. Non-Member: $130 per session Location: Strangway Studio Instructor: Dan Caraher FALL 2018 Date: Wednesday, September 19 to November 21 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6798 WINTER 2019 Date: Wednesday, January 9 to March 13 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6799 Sarnia and District Community Choir: Reading music is not a requirement, just a love of singing. All voice types are welcome for this adult group of singers. Our repertoire will consist of secular, sacred, gospel, patriotic and early show tunes. Sing outs may be added throughout the season.

Date and Time: Thursdays, 1pm to 3pm Cost: Member: $40. Non-Member: $45 per session Location: Redeemer Lutheran Church Instructor: John Kaldeway FALL 2018 Date: Thursday, September 13 to December 13 (14 classes) Activity Code: 7109 WINTER 2019 Date: Thursday, January 10 to May 16 (19 classes)Activity Code: 7110 Ukulele Lessons: The ukulele is fun, simple and affordable musical instrument to play. Music is provided. Once you have completed this course continue to play with the SUES. Ukulele is a necessity and small ukulele tuner is highly recommended. SCC Date and Time: Wednesday’s, 11:30am to 12:30pm Cost: Member: $20. Non-Member: $24 per session Location: Strangway Studio Instructor: Rick Clements DENTAL Family & Cosmetic Dentistry COMINGSOON...LASERDENTISTRY(NO MORE DRILLING) CALLTODAYTO FIND OUT MORE!

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26 ADULT - ARTS & CULTURE PROGRAMS FALL 2018 Date: Wednesday, September 12 to October 17 (6 classes) Activity Code: 6845 WINTER 2019 Date: Wednesday, January 9 to February 13 (6 classes) Activity Code: 6846 SPRING 2019 Date: Wednesday, April 3 to May 8 (6 classes) Activity Code: 6847 Languages French - Basic: Learn French in this true conversational course. We will learn the language fundamentals including: pronunciation of consonants, vowels, combo sounds and accents. We will also cover terms which are important for travelling in French speaking countries including counting, telling time, days, months and seasons, money and credit cards, small talk and meals and restaurants. SCC Date and Time: Monday’s, 5:45pm to 7:15pm Cost: Member: $104. Non-Member: $120 per session Location: Strangway Craft Room Instructor: Suzanne Quinn FALL 2018 Date: Monday, September 17 to December 3 (10 classes) (no class October 8 or November 12) Activity Code: 6848 WINTER 2019 Date: Monday, January 7 to March 18 (10 classes) (no class February 18) Activity Code: 6849 SPRING 2019 Date: Monday, April 1 to June 17 (10 classes) (no class April 22 or May 20) Activity Code: 6850 French - Intermediate: A continuation to the beginner program. We will cover: pronouns and verbs, present tense, past and future tense as well as terms related to transportation, shopping and travel. SCC Date and Time: Monday’s, 7:15pm to 8:45pm Cost: Member: $104. Non-Member: $120 per session Location: Strangway Craft Room Instructor: Suzanne Quinn FALL 2018 Date: Monday, September 17 to December 3 (10 classes) (no class October 8 or November 12) Activity Code: 6851 WINTER 2019 Date: Monday, January 7 to March 18 (10 classes) (no class February 18) Activity Code: 6852 SPRING 2019 Date: Monday, April 1 to June 17 (10 classes) (no class April 22 or May 20) Activity Code: 6853 French - Advanced (Book Study): Continue to improve your French in this book study course. The book will be announced in the first class. This group is suited for advanced speakers. SCC Date and Time: Thursdays, 6pm to 7:30pm Cost: Member: $104. Non-Member: $120 Location: Strangway Craft Room Instructor: Suzanne Quinn FALL 2018 Date: Thursday, September 20 to November 22 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6854 WINTER 2019 Date: Thursday, January 10 to March 14 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6855 SPRING 2019 Date: Thursday, April 4 to June 6 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6856 French - Conversation Circle - New: Practice French with other participants (varying levels) in a conversational setting. SCC Date and Time: Thursdays, 7:30pm to 8:30pm Cost: Member: $86. Non-Member: $100 per session Location: Strangway Craft Room Instructor: Suzanne Quinn GROUP OF COMPANIES Sun Life’s Money for Life approach adapts to you—I can help you build a plan to get protection, guarantees and the freedom to live your way, now and through retirement.

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www.sarniacommunityactivitiesguide.ca 27 ADULT - ARTS & CULTURE PROGRAMS FALL 2018 Date: Thursday, September 20 to November 22 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6857 WINTER 2019 Date: Thursday, January 10 to March 14 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6858 SPRING 2019 Date: Thursday, April 4 to June 6 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6859 Italian - Basic: An introduction to basic Italian that reflects the various aspects of practical, spoken Italian in everyday situations. Great for those who are planning a trip to an Italian destination! SCC Date and Time: Wednesday’s, 5pm to 6:30pm Cost: Member: $96. Non-Member: $113 per session Location: Strangway Craft Room Instructor: Rosanna Zuniga DiBrita FALL 2018 Date: Wednesday, September 19 to November 21 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6806 WINTER 2019 Date: Wednesday, January 9 to March 13 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6807 SPRING 2019 Date: Wednesday, March 27 to May 29 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6808 Italian - Conversational: If you’ve mastered the basics of Italian join our conversational group for more practice. This group is designed for intermediate/advanced speakers. SCC Date and Time: Wednesdays, 3:30pm to 5pm Cost: Member: $96. Non-Member: $113 per session Location: Strangway Craft Room Instructor: Rosanna Zuniga DiBrita FALL 2018 Date: Wednesday, September 19 to November 21 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6809 WINTER 2019 Date: Wednesday, January 9 to March 13 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6810 SPRING 2019 Date: Wednesday, March 27 to May 29 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6811 Spanish - Basic: This course is an introduction to help you carry on a conversation in Spanish. You will learn how to order from a menu, tell time, shopping terms, reading signs and various travel terms. SCC Date and Time: Tuesday, 6pm to 7pm Cost: Member: $123. Non-Member: $141 per session Location: Strangway Studio Instructor: Petra Ramos FALL 2018 Date: Tuesday, September 18 to November 20 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6775 WINTER 2019 Date: Tuesday, January 8 to March 12 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6778 Spanish - Intermediate: Continue to develop your conversational Spanish with this intermediate class. SCC Date and Time: Tuesday, 4:30pm to 6pm Cost: Member: $123. Non-Member: $141 per session Location: Strangway Studio Instructor: Petra Ramos FALL 2018 Date: Tuesday, September 18 to November 2 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6776 WINTER 2019 Date: Tuesday, January 8 to March 12 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6779 Spanish - Advanced: If you’ve mastered the intermediate course it’s time to join the advanced group! SCC Date and Time: Tuesdays, 3pm to 4:30pm Cost: Member: $123. Non-Member: $141 per session Location: Strangway Committee Room Instructor: Petra Ramos FALL 2018 Date: Tuesday, September 18 to November 20 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6777 WINTER 2019 Date: Tuesday, January 8 to March 12 (10 classes) Activity Code: 6780 Services provided for: Pre Surgery Prep / Post Surgery Rehabilitation for knee, hip, shoulder and many other injuries Classes: Yoga, Spin, Muscle up and many more 24 hour access • Flexible membership rates DiversityCreatesUnity 519-336-6867 ironworksgym.ca Proud to offer all ages & abilities a helpful family atmosphere!

28 ADULT - SPECIAL INTEREST COURSES & SEMINARS Facts and Chat Facts and Chat: On Wednesday mornings please join us for an informative series of local speakers on various topics. All presentations are free! SCC Time: 10am to 11am Cost: Free Location: Craft Room Investing in Marijuana: With legalization of Marijuana just around the corner, many investors are looking in to ways they can participate in what’s expected to be a growing market. At the same time they want to avoid the pitfalls and risks of entering an area that is not yet clearly regulated. What are the risks? The opportunities? We’ll look at the key issues around investing in marijuana. Presented by Michael Kooy and Lisa Shewayhat. SCC Date: Wednesday, September 12 Activity Code: 7011 Accessibility and Age Friendly: The Corporation of the City of Sarnia is committed to providing quality goods, services, and facilities that are accessible to all persons and is guided by the four core principals of dignity, independence, integration, and equality. Dale Mosley, the City’s Accessibility Coordinator, will present what the City is doing and planning to do to make the community more accessible and will answer questions to help dispel myths about accessibility and the AODA. In addition, the Sarnia Age Friendly Action Plan was endorsed by City Council in 2017. The City is in the implementation stage and will discuss what is currently happening with Age Friendly Sarnia. SCC Date: Wednesday, September 19 Activity Code: 7021 Myths and Facts about Nutrition: With so many new diets, foods and supplements it can be difficult to decide which is fad and which is healthy. This session will help you understand some of the basics of healthy choices and food selection. Presentation by Lisa Matlovich. SCC Date: Wednesday, October 3 Activity Code: 7106 Prep Your Portfolio for Retirement: Planning for your approaching retirement is exciting. You’ll have more time for family, travel, old friends and new hobbies. But what about your portfolio? Moving from earned income to a fixed income means you’ll need to take a fresh look at your investing strategies. In this informative Facts and Chat we’ll cover the areas you need to focus on to save you tax, reduce risk and ensure a regular income. SCC Date: Wednesday, October 10 Instructor: Michael Kooy Activity Code: 7012 Keeping Your Brain Healthy: The brain is your most vital organ. Just like the rest of your body it needs to be looked after. The Alzheimer Society of Sarnia Lambton will help you learn about your best approach to reduce your risk of dementia. Presented by Christine Wright. SCC Date: Wednesday, October 17 Activity Code: 7017 Menu Planning: Confused about food selection in the grocery store? Unsure about what is a healthy diet? Join us for quick healthy meal ideas. Presented by Lisa Matlovich. SCC Date: Wednesday, November 7 Activity Code: 7107 Estate Planning for Baby Boomers: When it comes to planning your estate, most seniors want to do what’s right both for themselves now, and for their inheritors. But understanding the ins and outs of the law is sometimes difficult, and probate fees are also a concern. In this conversation with lawyer Melanie Hockin, we’ll cover the key areas you need to be familiar with in order to make good decisions when planning your estate. Presented by Michael Kooy, Lisa Shewayhat, and guest lawyer Melanie Hockin. SCC Date: Wednesday, November 14 Activity Code: 7013 Finding Your Way: Helping people living with dementia, their families, care partners and community prepare for incidents of persons with dementia going missing and to ensure people with dementia can live safely in the community. Presented by Christine Wright. SCC Date: Wednesday, November 21 Activity Code: 7018 Understanding Funeral Service Costs: Come join Rob Gilpin from Sarnia Cremation Services for a seminar on how to not be fooled and understand the confusing topic of funeral services pricing. Rob is a 3rd generation funeral director and has witnessed the growing trends in the funeral industry and how funeral home advertising can be rather difficult to understand. Come learn how to get the best service for the best price regardless of what interests you! SCC Date: Wednesday, December 19 Activity Code: 7015 Every Volunteer Can Make a Difference: Habitat for Humanity builds strength, stability and independence through affordable housing. Volunteers work alongside staff and future homeowners in our ReStore, on the build site and at our Habitat Handyman projects. Find out what volunteer opportunities are available that suit your interests and abilities for as few as 4 hours/week. Presented by Heather Roberts. SCC Date: Wednesday, January 9 Activity Code: 7108 Understanding Dementia: How to Help: Learn about the warning signs of dementia and how you can help your friend or family member through this journey. Presented by Christine Wright. SCC Date: Wednesday, January 16 Activity Code: 7111 Everyone Can Access Home Repairs: Do you have a deck that needs repair? Do your walls need a fresh coat of paint? Our Habitat Handyman can help! The Habitat Handyman Program offers low - cost home repair services to homeowners in Sarnia and Lambton County. Find out how the program works and how you can apply. Presented by Heather Roberts. SCC Date: Wednesday, January 30 Activity Code: 7019 What Your Digestive System is Saying: We are what we absorb, more than what we eat. Difficulty with digestion, absorption and bowel problems? This session will help you understand what your digestive issues are telling you. Presented by Lisa Matlovich. SCC Date: Wednesday, February 6 Activity Code: 7113 Keeping Your Personal Info Private: Your personal information is under threat. From your bank details to your tax information, criminals are seeking to get hold of essential personal details. How do you protect yourself? In this practical Facts and Chat we’ll outline key strategies you can use to ward off the threats, and feel secure. Presented by Michael Kooy and Lisa Shewayhat. SCC Date: Wednesday, February 13 Activity Code: 7114 Custom apparel designs: Events, Holidays, Sports, Teams, Businesses, Logos You name it, we can do it! DAN’S DIGITAL DESIGNS 519.330.7650 danstshirtdesigns@gmail.com Dan Ravelle

www.sarniacommunityactivitiesguide.ca 29 ADULT - SPECIAL INTEREST COURSES & SEMINARS Peer Support for Mental Illness: Peer support offers a unique vital link for mental illness. Peer support revolves around connecting with another person who has lived with similar issues and experiences. Peer support can be an effective prevention strategy, can moderate the effects of life challenging events and provide a sense of empowerment. A peer support worker draws from their experiential knowledge the happenings, emotions, and insights of their personal lives experience as they listen to, interact with and support peers. Presented by Cheryl Iacobelli. SCC Date: Wednesday, February 20 Activity Code: 7115 Death and Dying: Welcome Professor Ken A. Bryson Ph.D. to chat on the topic of death and dying with perspectives from sociology, psychology, theology, medicine, and philosophy. We will discuss topics such as euthanasia, assisted suicide, near to death experiences, the stage-based approach to dying, competing medical definitions of death, the assessment of quality of life, heroic measures to prolong life, the value of suffering, and the nature of the afterlife state according to major world religions including Buddhism. SCC Date: Wednesday, March 6 Activity Code: 7116 The Successful Woman Investor: Research shows that over time women often make better investment choices than men. At the same time, women say they frequently feel put off by the investment profession. What does it take to be a successful woman investor? Drawing from her own experience and from new research, Lisa will give you the tools to succeed as an investor. Presented by Michael Kooy and Lisa Shewayhat. SCC Date: Wednesday, March 13 Activity Code: 7117 Existence and Nonexistence of God: This advanced series of talks runs through the most popular arguments for the existence of God from St. Anselm in the 11th century to Jacques Marchitain in the 20th century, including Pascal, Descartes, and Kant. It will also run through the most popular arguments for the non to existence of God in Marchxism, Jean to Paul Sarte, and agnosticism and absurdist reasoning of Camus. The talk includes a discussion of the attributes we ascribe to God whether God exists or not. Presented by Professor Ken A. Bryson Ph.D. SCC Date: Wednesday, March 20 Activity Code: 7118 Diabetic Meal Planning: Recently diagnosed with diabetes, or worried about high glucose levels? Food choices do not have to be difficult. Find some quick easy tips to help you manage your diabetic diet. Presented by Lisa Matlovich. SCC Date: Wednesday, April 3 Activity Code: 7119 Selling Your House During Retirement: For most of us, our house is one of our most valuable investments. In retirement, many people consider selling. What are the benefits of downsizing? How can you best release the capital in your house? Realtor Lynn Findlay specializes in downsizing. She’ll join Michael Kooy and Lisa Shewayhat in a conversation focusing on successfully selling your house in retirement. SCC Date: Wednesday, April 10 Activity Code: 7120 The Meaning of Life: This intro discussion will examine the meaning of life as seen through the vison of the existential philosophers Soren Kierkengaard, Gabriel Marchcel, Marchtin Heidegger, and Jean-Paul Sarte. We will examine the relevance of themes such as anxiety, fear, hopelessness, death, freedom, love, and suffering. Presented by Professor Ken A. Bryson Ph.D. SCC Date: Wednesday, April 17 Activity Code: 7121 Systems Approach to Medicine (SAM): This advanced discussion will include suggestions to enhance the delivery of healthcare. The analysis is based on a systems approach to medicine (culture, society, politics, economics, and resources) including ethics and metaphysics. Presented by Professor Ken A. Bryson Ph.D. SCC Date: Wednesday, May 8 Activity Code: 7122 CALL Speaker Series - Nutrition: Our expert nutritionist will speak about the importance of Nutrition including affordable nutrition, fuel for activity and interactive healthy menu choices. This is sponsored by the Community Active Living Lambton (CALL). This event is free of charge however please register as space is limited. Refreshments will be served. SCC FALL 2018 Date: Wednesday, September 19 Time: 6:30pm to 7:30pm Cost: Free Location: Strangway Centre Activity Code: 7189 CALL Speaker Series - Injury Prevention: Join us as we discuss Injury Prevention with our panel of community experts. This event is free of charge however please register as space is limited. Refreshments will be served. SCC FALL 2018 Date: Wednesday, November 21 Time: 6:30pm to 7:30pm Cost: Free Location: Strangway Centre Activity Code: 7190 Hobbies and Interests Book and Current Events Club: Join us to discuss a new book each month from 10:30am to 11:15am followed by a discussion of current events from 11:15am to 12pm. FREE! SCC Date: The last Tuesday monthly. (September 25, October 30, November 27, January 29, February 26, March 26, April 30, May 28) Time: 10:30am to 12pm Location: Strangway Committee Room Learn Bridge In a Day: This course is aimed at true beginners, those returning to bridge after long absences and those wanting to “test the waters” before committing to formal classes. Student workbook is included. Please bring a lunch or choose to purchase from café. SCC Date: Friday, September 14 Time: 10am to 4pm Cost: Member: $35. Non-Member: $40 Location: Strangway Craft Room Instructor: Rajesh Seth Activity Code: 7077 Beginner Social Bridge - Part One: Beginners course is based on methodology developed by ACBL such that students will be playing bridge after half hour of instruction and be able to enjoy social bridge at home after completing the course. We will be using books one and two of the Audrey Grant series. Fee does not include course books. SCC Your Recreation Combination All Under One Roof! • 25 Metre Swimming Pool with Diving Board - Swimming Lessons, Bronze Medallion / Cross, Lifeguard / Instructor Courses and Pool Rentals • Arena Floor/Ice Rentals • Fitness Centre - fitness/wellness programs, spin classes, saunas, whirlpool, pound classes • Day/Sport Camps - register for day, week, March break, or full summer • Banquet Halls & Park rentals 1166 Emily St. • Mooretown, Ont. • N0N 1M0 519-867-2651 • www.stclairtownshipcommunityservices.ca

30 ADULT - SPECIAL INTEREST COURSES & SEMINARS FALL 2018 Date: Wednesday, September 26 to October 31 (6 classes) Time: 1pm to 3pm Cost: Member: $70. Non-Member: $80 Location: Strangway Craft Room Instructor: Rajesh Seth Activity Code: 7072 Beginner Social Bridge - Part Two: We will be continuing to learn social bridge using books one and two of the Audrey Grant series. The fee does not include course books. SCC FALL 2018 Date: Wednesday, November 7 to December 12 (6 classes) Time: 1pm to 3pm Cost: Member: $70. Non-Member: $80 Location: Strangway Craft Room Instructor: Rajesh Seth Activity Code: 7073 Intermediate Social Bridge - Part One: This intermediate social bridge course is a progression from the beginner social bridge series. We will finish learning the material from the book two of the Audrey Grant series and start to learn from book three. Fee does not include course books. SCC WINTER 2019 Date: Wednesday, January 9 to February 13 (6 classes) Time: 1pm to 3pm Cost: Member: $70. Non-Member: $80 Location: Strangway Craft Room Instructor: Rajesh Seth Activity Code: 7074 Intermediate Social Bridge - Part Two: This intermediate social bridge course is a progression from the previous courses in the series as we work on material from book three. Continue to develop your bridge skills to work towards playing at social bridge clubs. Fee does not include course books. SCC WINTER 2019 Date: Wednesday, February 20 to March 27 (6 classes) Time: 1pm to 3pm Cost: Member: $70. Non-Member: $80 Location: Strangway Craft Room Instructor: Rajesh Seth Activity Code: 7075 Intermediate Social Bridge - Part Three: In this course we will finish learning from book three. After completing this course you will be invited to play with our practice duplicate bridge group which will prepare you to play at local duplicate bridge clubs. Fee does not include course books. SCC SPRING 2019 Date: Wednesday, April 3 to May 8 (6 classes) Time: 1pm to 3pm Cost: Member: $70. Non-Member: $80 Location: Strangway Craft Room Instructor: Rajesh Seth Activity Code: 7076 Bridge Seminars - New: These seminars are designed to help current bridge players broaden their knowledge of the game. SCC Date and Time: Fridays,10am to 12pm Cost: Member: $12. Non-Member: $14 per session Location: Strangway Craft Room Instructor: Rajesh Seth Bridge Seminar - Opening Leads - Learn: which Suit and which card, Leads against NT contracts, Leads vs. suit contracts, Active leads, Passive Leads, unblocking and overtaking. SCC Date: Friday, September 28 Activity Code: 7081 Bridge Seminar - Play of Hand 1: Learn: Building tricks in a single suit (suit establishment, Finesse, Safety play Probabilities of Distribution) to Early Play in NT, Holdup play; Which suit to develop; Danger Hand; communication problems to Early play in Trump Contracts: When to draw trumps, Ruffing Loser, Establishing a long suit, Planning a cross ruff, Dummy reversal. SCC Date: Friday, October 12 Activity Code: 7082 Bridge Seminar - Defense: Learn to play by second hand, Third Hand play, Signals, Trump Echo, and Suit Preference Rule of Eleven to Ducking, Unblocking, and Counting.

Date: Friday, October 26 Activity Code: 7083 Bridge Seminar - Playing Bridge on the Internet: Learn how to play online, social and competitive bridge, set up tournaments with your friends from home. Where to find learning material on the Internet. SCC FALL 2018 Date: Friday, November 9 Activity Code: 7084 WINTER 2019 Date: Friday, February 22 Activity Code: 7088 Bridge Seminar - Learn - Opening Leads 2: Coded 9 and tens, Lead signals and Lightener Doubles. SCC Date: Friday, January 11 Activity Code: 7085 Bridge Seminar - Play of Hand 2 - Learn: Trump Control and Timing: how to gain a Tempo, Keep control when being forced, Testing Side suit before drawing trumps to Elimination and throw in, Deductions from the opening lead, Counting the hand, playing on Assumption. SCC Date: Friday, January 25 Activity Code: 7086 Bridge Seminar - Defense 2 - Learn: Killing Entries Getting Ruffs, Trump Promotion, Uppercut, Counting HCP, Shape and Tricks. SCC Date: Friday, February 8 Activity Code: 7087 Bridge Seminar - Strategy for MPs vs IMPs: Only for Duplicate or Match Point players. SCC Date: Friday, March 8 Activity Code: 7089 Cooking With Paresh: Chef Paresh of Personal Touch Eatery and Catering will teach you various cooking styles and techniques in this series of interactive cooking classes. SCC Date and Time: Wednesday’s, 6pm to 8pm Cost: Member: $45. Non-Member: $50 per session Location: Strangway Kitchen Instructor: Paresh Thakkar FALL 2018 Gluten Free/ Vegan: Date: Wednesday, September 26 Activity Code: 6962 Indian: Date: Wednesday, October 24 Activity Code: 6963 •Eat-in •Take-out •Catering “Taking and Creating Great Food and Putting My Stamp on It!” Chef Paresh Thakkar 144 Mitton Street South, Sarnia • t: 519.344.7070 chefp@personaltoucheatery.ca • personaltoucheatery.ca In-home dinners & Cooking classes Monthly Themed Dinners

www.sarniacommunityactivitiesguide.ca 31 ADULT - SPECIAL INTEREST COURSES & SEMINARS Appetizers: Date: Wednesday, November 28 Activity Code: 6964 WINTER 2019 Soups: Date: Wednesday, January 30 Activity Code: 6965 Asian: Date: Wednesday, February 27 Activity Code: 6966 Mexican: Date: Wednesday, March 27 Activity Code: 6967 SPRING 2019 Caribbean: Date: Wednesday, April 24 Activity Code: 6968 Mediterranean: Date: Wednesday, May 29 Activity Code: 6969 Introduction to Leather Carving-New: Learn the basics of leather carving, tooling, and dye work with Allen Williams “The Leather Man” who has over 60 years’ experience working with leather. You will make 6 coasters (each which a unique design), a key fob and a luggage tag. Leather, tools and dye all supplied. If you can trace, you can carve leather! SCC FALL 2018 Date: Monday, September 17 to October 29 (6 classes) Time: 2:30pm to 4:30pm Cost: Member: $78. Non-Member: $89 Location: Strangway Studio Instructor: Allen Williams Activity Code: 7078 WINTER 2019 Date: Tuesday, January 8 to February 12 (6 classes) Time: 10am to 12pm Cost: Member: $78. Non-Member: $89 Location: Strangway Craft Room Instructor: Allen Williams Activity Code: 7079 Photography - The Basics: Learn the basics about lighting and composition to take your photography to the next level. This course will help you understand your camera better, what do all those buttons do? (Please bring your owner’s manual with you.) Understand light and how to use it to make your photos better. We will also discuss composition and cropping. There will be practice assignments to complete. This is a very basic course. SCC Date: Thursday, September 20 to November 8 (8 classes) Time: 3pm to 4pm Cost: Member: $115. Non-Member: $132 Location: Strangway Craft Room Instructor: Lorrie Williams Activity Code: 6815 Photography - Intermediate: Continue to improve on your photography skills beyond the basics in this Intermediate class. SCC Date: Thursday, April 11 to May 30 (8 classes) Time: 3pm to 4pm Cost: Member: $115. Non-Member: $132 Location: Strangway Craft Room Instructor: Lorrie Williams Activity Code: 6816 Shuffleboard Lessons - New: Would you like to try shuffleboard but you aren’t sure how to play? Come try it for free and we will show you the ins and outs of this fun, social game! SCC Date: Thursday, September 6 Time: 12:15pm to 1:15pm Cost: Free Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 7044 Technology Courses Android - The Basics: Would you like to understand how to use your android smartphone or tablet better? We will cover the basics such as apps, social media, and security, photos, maps, and utilities such as calendar. SCC Date and Time: Fridays, 1pm to 3pm Cost: Member: $40. Non-Member: $46 per session Location: Strangway Studio Instructor: Brad Sayers FALL 2018 Date: Friday, November 9 to November 16 (2 classes) Activity Code: 6993 WINTER 2019 Date: Friday, January 25 to February 1 (2 classes) Activity Code: 6994 SPRING 2019 Date: Friday, April 5 to April 12 (2 classes) Activity Code: 6995 iPad - The Basics: Would you like to understand how to use the iPad or iPhone better? Digital literacy is essential today so we are offering a workshop that will help you use the iPad more effectively. In addition to learning the basics of the iPad and its potential uses, we will discuss some of the common apps such as Facetime, Skype, photos, music, email, calendar, camera, Siri, social media. In addition, we will learn some of the special apps for seniors that will enhance your independence and enjoyment (for example, podcasts, news, audio books, medication apps and more). SCC Date and Time: Fridays, 1pm to 3pm Cost: Member: $40. Non-Member: $46 per session Location: Strangway Studio Instructor: Brad Sayers

32 ADULT - SPECIAL INTEREST COURSES & SEMINARS FALL 2018 Date: Friday, September 21 to September 28 (2 classes) Activity Code: 6988 Date: Friday, November 23 to November 30 (2 classes) Activity Code: 6989 WINTER 2019 Date: Friday, January 11 to January 18 (2 classes) Activity Code: 6990 Date: Friday, March 8 to March 15 (2 classes) Activity Code: 6991 SPRING 2019 Date: Friday, May 10 to May 17 (2 classes) Activity Code: 6992 Social Media Seminar - Facebook: In this 2 hour workshop, attendees will create their own Facebook account if they don’t already have one. Then special attention is given to understanding and configuring the privacy and sharing settings correctly, searching for friends and interacting with them. Facebook works on your smart phone, tablet and computer. Applicable to basic users with any tablet or smartphone (Apple or Android). SCC Date and Time: Fridays, 1pm to 3pm Cost: Member: $20. Non-Member: $23 per session Location: Strangway Studio Instructor: Brad Sayers FALL 2018 Date: Friday, October 5 Activity Code: 7007 Date: Friday, December 7 Activity Code: 6998 WINTER 2019 Date: Friday, February 8 Activity Code: 6999 Date: Friday, March 22 Activity Code: 7000 SPRING 2019 Date: Friday, May 24 Activity Code: 7001 Social Media Seminar - Instagram: Tired of getting just news on your device? In this 2 hour workshop we will set up accounts for Instagram and cover the basics of the main photo and image viewing and apps such as Instagram, Pinterest and 500px. These are fun apps to use and open up a world of beautiful and professional photography. Applicable to basic users with any tablet or smartphone (Apple or Android). SCC Date and Time: Fridays, 1pm to 3pm Cost: Member: $20. Non-Member: $23 per session Location: Strangway Studio Instructor: Brad Sayers FALL 2018 Date: Friday, October 19 Activity Code: 6996 WINTER 2019 Date: Friday, February 22 Activity Code: 7005 SPRING 2019 Date: Friday, April 26 Activity Code: 7006 Social Media Seminar - Twitter: Twitter is an online news and social networking site where you can closely follow any person or topic as well as participating with others via short messages called tweets. This 2 hour workshop will get you set up with your own free account, then configure your settings, and finally teach you how to search for and follow the things you are most interested in. Twitter works on your smart phone, tablet and computer. Applicable to basic users with any tablet or smartphone (Apple or Android). SCC Date and Time: Fridays, 1pm to 3pm Cost: Member: $20. Non-Member: $23 per session Location: Strangway Studio Instructor: Brad Sayers FALL 2018 Date: Friday, October 12 Activity Code: 7004 WINTER 2019 Date: Friday, February 15 Activity Code: 7002 Date: Friday, March 29 Activity Code: 7003 Technology Seminar - Evernote - New: Do you want to use technology to become more organized? Today, 300 million people worldwide are using Evernote to capture any type of information such as text, images, voice recordings, handwritten notes, etc. Evernote is a useful place to keep all your health records, and Lifelab reports. All this is in one place and quickly searchable when you need it. All your notes stay in sync whether on smart phone, table or computer. Applicable to users with any tablet or smartphone (Apple or Android). SCC Date and Time: Fridays, 1pm to 3pm Cost: Member: $20. Non-Member: $23 per session Location: Strangway Studio Instructor: Brad Sayers FALL 2018 Date: Friday, October 26 Activity Code: 7008 WINTER 2019 Date: Friday, March 1 Activity Code: 7009 SPRING 2019 Date: Friday, May 3 Activity Code: 7010 Woodworking Intro to Segmented Wood Turning: This course will be a complete overview of techniques use for creating segmented wooden vessels on the wood lathe. It should be noted that basic wood lathe skills are expected (not required). Our focus will NOT be on the actual turning of the vessel on the lathe. Although if time permits we will. Techniques for the actual lathe turning will be discussed. Please do not feel overwhelmed by the course description. Come talk to David in the woodshop on Monday mornings if you have questions or for a more detailed description. This can be a very rewarding project. Materials extra. SCC Date: Monday, September 10 to October 22 (6 classes) (no class October 8) Time: 9am to 12pm Cost: Member: $90. Non-Member: $105 Location: Strangway Hobby Shop Instructor: David Wood Activity Code: 7095 Women’s Woodworking for Beginners: For women, led by women. Build your confidence in the hobby shop and gain practical skills. Students will become comfortable with various woodworking tools and techniques. You will select a project to help practice your new skills. Materials extra. SCC Date: Wednesday, September 19 to October 24 (6 classes) Time: 9am to 12pm Cost: Member: $60. Non-Member: $70. Location: Strangway Hobby Shop Instructor: Susan Brooks Activity Code: 7194

www.sarniacommunityactivitiesguide.ca 33 ADULT - SPECIAL INTEREST COURSES & SEMINARS Support Groups Parkinson’s Support Group: A monthly support group for people living with Parkinson’s and their caregivers. SCC Date: The 4th Monday monthly, September to May Time: 2 to 4pm Location: Clearwater Arena, Lower Hall Contact: Carolyn Young, ryoung55@cogeco.ca or 519-337-5330 Men’s Morning - New: A social group for men to meet new friends and shoot the breeze with other guys. Coffee and breakfast items will be available (for a fee). SCC Date: First Thursday monthly, starting in September Time: 9am to 10:30am Location: Strangway Cafe Cost: Free Women In Touch: A social group for women with various outings, activities and dinner meetings each month. Please contact us to become involved in our fun group! SCC Cost: $10 annual fee Contact: Lynne Betteridge, lbetteridge@cogeco.ca or Strangway: 519 332 0656 Services Blood Pressure Clinic: Provided by Bayshore Home Health. Qualified staff will take your blood pressure. Date: Second Thursday of each month Time: 10am to 12pm Location: Lobby Cost: Free Diabetes Clinic: Sponsored by Hogan Pharmacy. Qualified staff provide you with consultation on your health status, text blood sugar and provide health information. SCC Date: First Thursday of the Month Time: 9am to 12pm Location: Lobby Cost: Free Footcare: Footcare services provided by a trained pedicurist. The clinic is able to accommodate the following conditions: reduced callouses, thickened nails, removed corns, athletes foot, ingrown toenails, fungus and trim and file nails. You do not need to bring anything with you (towel and soak tub are provided). Treat your feet with the care they deserve! Contact the Centre to register: 519 332 0656. SCC Date: September 7, 21, October 5, 19, November 16, 23, December 7, 21, 2019 dates TBD. Book an appointment.

Time: 9am to 12pm, 30 minute appointments Cost: $35 Location: Strangway Craft Room Instructor: Julie Coulombe The Hearing Booth: A certified team of hearing healthcare professionals from Hear For Life will be available to evaluate hearing, discuss hearing loss and the latest hearing aid technology, clean and check aids and provide complimentary batteries. SCC Date: Second Tuesday of the Month Time: 10am to 12pm Location: Lobby Cost: Free www.sarniacommunityactivitiesguide.ca 33 ADULT - SPECIAL INTEREST COURSES & SEMINARS Support Groups Parkinson’s Support Group: A monthly support group for people living with Parkinson’s and their caregivers. Date: The 4th Monday monthly, September to May Time: 2:00 to 4:00pm Location: Clearwater Arena, Lower Hall Contact: Carolyn Young, ryoung55@cogeco.ca or 519 337 5330 Women In Touch: A social group for women with various outings, activities and dinner outings each month. Please contact us to become involved in our fun group!

Contact: Lynne Betteridge, lbetteridge@cogeco.ca or Strangway: 519 332 0656 Services Diabetes Clinic: Sponsored by Hogan Pharmacy. Qualified staff provide you with consultation on your health status, text blood sugar and provide health information. SCC Date: First Thursday of the Month Time: 9:00am to 12:00pm Location: Lobby Cost: Free Footcare: Footcare services provided by a trained pedicurist. The clinic is able to accommodate the following conditions: reduced callouses, thickened nails, removed corns, athletes foot, ingrown toenails, fungus and trim and file nails. You do not need to bring anything with you (towel and soak tub are provided). Treat your feet with the care they deserve! Contact the Centre to register: 519 332 0656. SCC Date: September 15, 29, October 13, 27, November 10, 24, December 8, 15, 2018 dates TBD.

Time: 9:00am to 12:00pm Cost: $35.00 Location: Strangway Craft Room Instructor: Julie Paulics The Hearing Booth: A certified team of hearing healthcare professionals from Hear For Life will be available to evaluate hearing, discuss hearing loss and the latest hearing aid technology, clean and check aids and provide complimentary batteries. SCC Date: Second Tuesday of the Month Time: 10:00am to 12:00pm Location: Lobby Cost: Free Difficulty Hearing? Visit the Hearing Experts! 3 Accurate testing and recommendations 3 Customized hearing care treatment plans 3 Award winning products that are fit appropriately Book a FREE hearing test. Call 1-855-759-2930 today! Hearing Experts Onsite at Strangway Community Centre 2nd Tuesday of every month 10am to 12pm in the Lobby 3 Free ear wax check 3 Free hearing aid cleanings 3 Hearing aid batteries 3 Hearing tips & more! Leah Plat, BC-HIS Hearing Instrument Specialist Lambton Mall Exterior mall entrance beside Play It Again Sports Promo code: MAG-USP-SACG 1988 30 YEARS Celebrating

34 SPECIAL EVENTS Festival and Event Planning Festivals and events have continuously played an important role in the development of Sarnia’s quality of life, economic growth, and communal atmosphere. Festivals and events are interactive, exciting and rewarding experiences for everyone involved, and pay tribute to our unique cultural, recreational and community initiatives. Planning an event requires an incredible amount of time and dedication, and often involves the invaluable service of volunteers, community groups, and sponsors who bring their own support and skills towards enhancing these community events. The Parks and Recreation Department will look forward to assisting those interested in hosting a festival or event. For further information regarding our festival and event application process, please visit our website under http://sarnia.ca/things-to-do The Special Events Recreation Coordinator can assist you with the planning of: • Art and music festivals • Dances and concerts • Charity walks and runs • Parades • Public displays Transportation Day Date: Saturday, September 22, 2018 Location: TBD Transit Orientation Day: Age-Friendly Sarnia is proud to present this orientation to Sarnia Transit. Come learn how to find your route, read a timetable and plan your trip. We will also be looking at the many accessible features of our buses and discussing the Sarnia Transit app. Join us for a free lunch as well. For more information, visit www.agefriendlysarnia.com.

Date: Friday October 5, 2018 Time: 10 am Cost: Free, lunch included Location: Strangway Centre Age-Friendly Summit: Age-Friendly Sarnia is proud to present a day-long event focused on our plan to create a vibrant community that supports healthy and active aging in accordance with the World Health Organization’s eight essential elements of an Age-Friendly Community. Hear from our guest speakers and learn about our newest initiatives. For more information, visit www.agefriendlysarnia.com. Date: Wednesday November 21, 2018 Time: 10:30 am Cost: Free Location: Lambton College Events Centre Christmas on the Farm - An “Old Fashioned” Christmas: Enjoy Christmas the “old fashioned” way at the Parks and Recreation Department’s annual Christmas on the Farm event. The whole family can enjoy horse and carriage rides, roasting chestnuts, hot apple cider, and making Christmas-themed crafts! Build a snowman, decorate the Animal Farm Christmas tree, and join in on some Christmas caroling! Santa Claus will make a special appearance on Saturday!

Special thank you to the Seaway Kiwanis Club and all supporting volunteers. Date: Friday, December 7, 5:30pm to 9pm Saturday, December 8, 10am to 2pm Cost: FREE! Santa Claus Christmas Parade: Brought to you by the Kinsmen Club of Sarnia, the annual Santa Claus parade will run through Downtown Sarnia, along Christina Street. To register a float in the parade, please connect with the Sarnia Kinsmen. Date: Saturday, December 1, 6pm to 8pm Easter in the Park: Inflatables, face painting, an Easter craft station, train rides, and much more! Join us for this year’s Easter celebration at Canatara Park. Refreshments and a BBQ lunch provided by the Seaway Kiwanis Club.

Date: Saturday, April 20, 9am to 12pm Annual Easter Egg Hunt and visit from the Easter Bunny at 10am. Cost: FREE! Bring your own basket. Community Parks Clean-Up Day: Celebrate Earth Week by joining the City of Sarnia in cleaning up our City parks, trails, boulevards, and public spaces! Gather and assemble a crew, identify a park space you would like to clean, and register that site with our Parks and Recreation Department. Stay tuned on the City of Sarnia website for registration details in 2019. Date: Saturday, April 27, 2019 Cost: FREE!

Summer Entertainment Series: The City of Sarnia, Parks and Recreation Department, Presents a Summer Entertainment Series, featuring local bands, musicians, dancers, and more!! The Series is designed to provide family-friendly, community entertainment, and is entirely FREE to attend. The Summer Entertainment Series spans over four different locations: Canatara Bandshell and the Suncor Agora (On the Waterfront), Kenwick Park Gazebo (Kenwick on the Lake), Germain Park Garden (Music in the Garden) and our newest miniseries, Get Out of the Garage at the Suncor Agora, featuring Sarnia-Lambton’s latest up and coming youth rock bands. (Any interested youth are encouraged to apply in January). There is so much talent and musical diversity in Sarnia - come check it out at one of our nightly concerts! All nightly entertainment begins at 7pm. We thank you for your donation support in 2018 as all proceeds go directly toward the program.

Date: June to August, 2019 A complete listing of summer 2019 performances will be available in late spring. Further information regarding our festival and event application process can be found online at http://sarnia.ca/things-to-do

www.sarniacommunityactivitiesguide.ca 35 SPECIAL EVENTS Special Events at Strangway Strangway Community Centre 30th Anniversary: May 2019 is our 30th anniversary! Celebration details and date to be announced. Stay tuned! Fall Bingo: Come out for a fun afternoon of bingo and a chance to win prizes. Cost includes refreshments. Cards extra. Date: Wednesday, September 26 Time: 1:30pm to 3:30pm Cost: Member: $3. Non-Member: $5 Location: Strangway Cafe Activity Code: 6902 Pepperama: Come out for a fun afternoon of pepper and a chance to win great prizes! Lunch, served at 12:15pm, will be a selection of sandwiches, veggies, and cheese and crackers. Contact the Centre to register.

FALL 2018 Date: Friday, October 26 Time: 12:15pm to 4pm Cost: $10 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 6898 SPRING 2019 Date: Friday, May 3 Time: 12:15pm to 4pm Cost: $10 Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 6899 Halloween Dance: Join us for a fun afternoon of dancing! We will play a variety of great dancing to celebrate Halloween. Wear your costume or orange and black! Light refreshments provided. Date: Tuesday, October 30 Time: 3pm to 5pm Cost: Member: $3. Non-Member: $5 Location: Strangway Room DJ: Ken Evans Activity Code: 7140 Silver Bells Bazaar: Join us for our annual Silver Bells Bazaar! Many local vendors featuring handmade items, baked goods, crafts and more. Our cafe will be open serving breakfast sandwiches. Vendors wanted, with a fee of $30. Please contact the Centre to register as a vendor. Admission is free.

Date: Saturday, November 3 Time: 8:30am to 12:30pm Cost: Vendor spaces: $30 Travelogue - Backpacking for Boomers: Join us for “Budget Backpacking for Boomers” a story telling presentation by Alastair Henry and Candas Whitlock. Come and meet a couple of “seniors” who have redefined the meaning of retirement. Alastair and Candas are adventurers and hearing them recount their wanderlust backpacking escapades through the outer reaches of Central America and Southeast Asia will challenge and entertain you. Based on their book “Budget Backpacking for Boomers” Date: Friday, November 9 Time: 1pm to 2:30pm Cost: Member: $5. Non-Member: $6 Location: Strangway Studio Activity Code: 6803 Christmas Dinner: Kick off the holiday season in style! Our annual Christmas dinner returns once again! A delicious turkey dinner complete with all the fixings, music by the Borderlite Trio, and a little bit of dancing makes this an evening not to be missed! Cash bar. Date: Thursday, December 6 Time: 5pm to 8:30pm Cost: $25 Location: Strangway Room New Year, New Hobbies Open House: New Year, new hobbies! Come see what Strangway has to offer for 2019! Ttour the Centre, meet instructors, see demos. Not to be missed! Admission is FREE. Date: Saturday, January 5 Time: 9:30am to 12pm Location: Strangway Room Activity Code: 7141 Valentine’s Bingo: Come out for a fun afternoon of bingo and a chance to win prizes. Cost includes refreshments. Cards extra. Date: Wednesday, February 13 Time: 1:30pm to 3:30pm Cost: Member: $3. Non-Member: $5 Location: Strangway Cafe Activity Code: 6903 Mardi Gras Dance - New: Join us for a fun afternoon of dancing! We will play a variety of great dancing music including some Cajun music to celebrate Mardi Gras. Wear your purple, green and gold! Light refreshments provided.

Date: Tuesday, March 5 Time: 2pm to 4pm Cost: Member: $3. Non-Member: $5 Location: Strangway Room DJ: Ken Evans Activity Code: 7080 Travelogue - Ireland: Never been to Ireland but always wanted to go? This travelogue will take you a little bit closer to your dream destination. St. Patrick’s Day treats will be served as well. Date: Friday, March 15 Time: 1pm to 2pm Cost: Member: $3. Non-Member: $5. Location: Strangway Craft Room Activity Code: 7195 Miscellaneous Marketplace: Join us for our annual Miscellaneous Marketplace (formerly the Spring Flea Market)! Many local vendors featuring handmade items, baked goods, crafts, second hand items and more. Our cafe will be open serving breakfast sandwiches. Vendors selling homemade and handmade items, gently used garage sale items and more wanted. Vendor fee is $30. Please contact the Centre to register as a vendor. Admission is free. Date: Saturday, April 27 Time: 8:30am to 12:30pm Cost: Vendor spaces: $30 3 6 y e a r s & w e are still dancing! sarniaballroomd a n c i n g c l u b . c a Visitourwebsite forlessondetails!

36 SPECIAL EVENTS Day Trips Fall Mystery Tour: Join us for a day full of surprises! We will be staying in Ontario. Price includes lunch, transportation, and HST and you’ll have to come along to see the rest! Register by: September 4. Date: Wednesday, October 3 Time: 8am to 6:30pm Cost: Member: $82. Non-Member: $87 Location: Bus departs from Germain Arena Parking Lot Activity Code: 6920 Oktoberfest: Celebrate Oktoberfest at the Schwaben Club in Kitchener. A traditional German lunch will be included with schnitzel, sausage, mashed potatoes and Schwaben beans, followed by strudel for dessert. Enjoy entertainment by dancers and a band. Price includes lunch, entrance to Schwaben Club, transportation, and HST. Register by: September 14.

Date: Thursday, October 11 Time: 8:45am to 5:15pm Cost: Member: $90. Non-Member: $95 Location: Bus departs from Germain Arena Parking Lot Activity Code: 6794 The Wars at the Grand Theatre: In honour of the 100th anniversary of the end of WWI we will be travelling to London for a performance of The Wars. This Canadian classic follows young Robert Ross from his Toronto family home to the muddy battlefields of France. Intense and powerful, The Wars reminds us of the sacrifice of our soldiers in the “war to end all wars.” We will have a guided tour of the Royal Canadian Regiment Museum prior to the show as well as lunch at Garlics. Price includes a tour of the museum, lunch, ticket to performance, transportation, and HST.

Register by: October 1 Date: Wednesday, November 7 Time: 8:45am to 5:15pm Cost: Member: $151. Non-Member: $156 Location: Bus departs from Germain Arena Parking Lot Activity Code: 6767 One of a Kind Show: Unique holiday shopping with over 800 vendors! Price includes admission in to the show, transportation, and HST. Register by: November 7 Date: Thursday, November 22 Time: 8am to 7:30pm Cost: Member: $65. Non-Member: $70 Location: Bus departs from Germain Arena Parking Lot Activity Code: 6897 Holiday Tour: Enjoy the magic of the holiday season on this special tour. We will have free time at the St. Jacob’s Market (including time for lunch on your own) followed by a guided tour of Castle Kilbride which will be beautifully Decorated for Christmas. After we will have an early dinner at Anna Mae’s (and a chance to purchase some baking to go home) and then finish off the day touring through the Gift of Lights at Bingemann’s. Price includes tour of Castle Kilbride, lunch, Gift of Lights entry, transportation, and HST.

Register by: November 7. Date: Thursday, December 13 Time: 8:30am to 8:30pm Cost: Member: $85. Non-Member: $90 Location: Bus departs from Germain Arena Parking Lot Activity Code: 6970 Overnight Trip-Frankenmuth Shopping: Accomodations in Frankenmuth, shopping included in Frankenmuth and at Birch Run, Bronner’s and Auburn Hills. Please call Great Canadian and mention the Strangway Centre for more information and to book: 1 800 461 8687 x 280 Date: Sunday, November 11 to Tuesday, November 13. Day Trips Coming in 2019: February: Niagara on the Lake March: Celtic Irish Kitchen Party at Bingemann’s in Kitchener April: The Henry Ford Museum May: Foodie’s Delight Tour The ULTIMATE place for your events, weddings, and gatherings!

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www.sarniacommunityactivitiesguide.ca 37 GENERAL INFORMATION Recreation and Sports Associations Organization Phone Website Bluewater Anglers 519-344-9821 www.bluewateranglers.com Bluewater Boxing Club 519-330-7021/519-331-2551 wade_fleming@live.ca Bluewater Chordsmen 519-339-9927 www.bluewaterchordsmen.com Bluewater Taekwondo 519-383-0570 www.bluewatertaekwondo.com Bluewater Gymnastics 519-542-3062 http://bluewatergymnasticsclub.com Bluewater Rowing 519-542-8862, ext8046 Bluewater Sharks 519-344-8624 www.bluewatersharkshockey.com Bluewater Ski Club 519-331-6338 www.bluewaterskiclub.com Boarder Pass 1-855-383-RIDE www.boarderpasscanada.com Community Active Living Lambton 519-344-2062, ext2119 www.lambtonhealth.on.ca Dynamic Academy of Martial Arts 519-344-3221 www.sarniamartialarts.org Fury Weightlifting Club (O.W.A.) 519-383-7373 Handweaver & Spinners Guild 519-336-3737 (After 6pm) Hoops Basketball 519-383-7492 www.hoopsallstar.ca Huron Lakers Girls Basketball 519-332-8202 www.huronlakers.on.ca Iron Eagles Powerlifting & Weight Training 519-542-3471, ext262 Lambton Bowhunters 519-542-2617 sites.google.com/site/lambtonbowhunters/home Lambton College Athletics 519-542-7751, ext3286 Lambton County Fiddlers - Contact: Ron Schieck 519-542-8020/519-869-2738 Lambton Junior Sting AAA Hockey www.lambtonjrsting.ca Lambton Lions Football 519-542-1994 www.lclions.ca Lambton Outdoor Club 519-312-3030 www.lambtonoutdoorclub.org Lambton Shores Darts (Sarnia Premiere Dart League) www.lambtonshoresdarts.com Steelhawks@hotmail.com Lambton St. Clair Athletic Club 519-332-5868 Marcin Bowl 5 pin YBC League 519-344-1169 www.marcinbowl.ca North Stari Tai Chi 519-344-7063 Pathways Health Centre for Children 519-542-3471 www.pathwayscentre.org Play it Again Sports Dive Centre 519-542-1011 www.playitagainsportssarnia.com Rivard’s Power Skating & Hockey Academy 519-671-2808 www.rivardpowerskating.ca River City Boxing Club 519-383-8463 www.rcv.org Alton Farms E S TAT E W I N E R Y Newlook ...samegreatwines! WINE TASTINGS, EVENTS, TOURS, OUTDOOR PATIO WITH WOOD-FIRED PIZZA OVEN You can find our wines at the vineyard, and select LCBOs & farmers’ markets Located just south of Forest!

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38 GENERAL INFORMATION Recreation and Sports Associations (continued from page 37) Organization Phone Website Rivercity Karate-Jutsu Club 519-344-8741 Sarnia Athletics Southwest Track & Field www.sarniaasw.com Sarnia Badminton Club 519-466-3677 www.badmintonontario.ca Sarnia Ballroom Dancing Club Ballroom Dancing 519-336-3119 www.sarniaballroomdancingclub.ca Sarnia Braves www.sarniabraves.org Sarnia Bulldogs Inline Jr Hockey 519-337-3042 Sarnia City Beach Volleyball League 519-332-8022 Sarnia Croquet Club 519-869-2864 www.croquet.ca/clubs/sarniaclub.html Sarnia & District Horticultural Society 519-332-5837 www.gardenontario.org Sarnia F.C. www.sarniafc.ca Sarnia Fencing Club 519-541-1811 Ext 8046 sarniafencingclub@gmail.com Sarnia Fighting Irish Basketball 519-339-9822 Sarnia Girls Hockey 519-542-7821 www.sarniagirlshockey.com Sarnia Girls Soccer Club 519-542-8384 www.sarniagirlssoccer.com Sarnia Golf & Curling Club 519-336-2201, ext234 www.sgcc.on.ca Sarnia Hockey Association www.sarniahockey.com Sarnia Imperials Football www.sarniaimperialsfootball.com Sarnia Junior B Lacrosse Cha Co Pacers www.sarniajrbpacers.org Sarnia Lacrosse www.sarnialacrosse.com Sarnia Lawn Bowling Club 519-336-9419 www.sarniasports.com/LawnBowling darrylemmel@yahoo.com Sarnia Legionnaires Junior B Hockey Club 519-336-8464 www.sarnialegionnaires.com Sarnia Minor Pacers Lacrosse 519-344-8091 www.sarniajrbpacers.org Sarnia Roadrunners 519-542-8848 www.sarniaroadrunners.com Sarnia Saints R.F.C. www.sarniarugby.com Sarnia Sting Hockey 519-542-4494 www.sarniasting.com Sarnia Tennis Club 519-337-3091 www.sarniatennisclub.com Sarnia Ultimate Frisbee 519-332-8098 www.sarniaultimate.com Sarnia Wrestling Association 519-466-7403 www.sarniawrestling.ca Sarnia Yacht Club 519-332-6779 www.sarniayachtclub.ca Sarnia Y.M.C.A. Rapids Swim Team www.sarniaswimming.ca Skate Sarnia 519-542-2784 www.skatesarnia.net S.M.A.A. 10 pin Bowling 519-332-1896 www.sarniaminorathletic.com S.M.A.A. Baseball 519-332-1896 www.sarniaminorathletic.com S.M.A.A. Fastball Girls 519-332-1896 www.smaafastball.com S.M.A.A. Football www. sarniaminorfootball.com smaafootball@hotmail.com S.M.A.A. Golf 519-332-1896 www.sarniaminorathletic.com S.M.A.A. Inline Hockey 519-332-1896 www.sarniaminorathletic.com S.M.A.A. Sarnia Minor Athletic Association 519-332-1896 www.sarniaminorathletic.com Special Olympics Sarnia http://sarnia.specialolympicsontario.ca sarnia.coordinator@specialolympicsontario.ca Sports for Disabled Lambton 519-542-7456 www.sdlambton.com St. Clair Mini Colts Basketball Teams 519-332-1140, ext12338 www.stclairminicolts.com St. Clair Taekwondo 519-336-8856 www.stclairtkd.com Taoist Tai Chi Society www.taoist.org Triple C Carvers 519-542-2244 Twin Bridges Volleyball 519-542-9566 www.twinbridgesvbc.ca Valhalla Youth Basketball Association 519-490-1872 www.valhallabasketball.org OVER THE RANGE MICROWAVE $397 HEAVY DUTY ELECTRIC DRYER $ 497 $ 597 $ 497 $797 NORTH END APPLIANCE 635 Cathcart Blvd. • 519-336-7676 • northendappliance.ca WE GUARANTEE LOW PRICES and we service everything we sell SELF-CLEAN SMOOTHTOP RANGE HEAVY DUTY WASHER QUIET SCRUB DISHWASHER FREE LOCAL DELIVERY Jon Leppington & Ronan O’Donnell, Owners Sales Service Parts

www.sarniacommunityactivitiesguide.ca 39 GENERAL INFORMATION Mayor and City Councillor Names and Contact information MIKE BRADLEY, Mayor MIKE KELCH, City Councillor City Hall: 255 North Christina Street, 324 Tawny Road, Sarnia, ON N7S 5J6 Sarnia, ON N7T 7N2 226-402-1737 Phone: 519-332-0330 Extension 3312 Email: mjkelch@mac.com Fax: 519-332-3995 BEV MACDOUGALL, City and County Home: 155 North Front Street, Apt. #705 Councillor Sarnia, ON N7T 7V5 228 Maria Street, Sarnia, ON N7T 4T1 Phone: 519-336-8092 Home: 519-344-0768 Email: mayor@sarnia.ca Email: DAVE BOUSHY, City and County Councillor bev.macdougall@county-lambton.on.ca 1413 Lakeshore Road, Sarnia, ON N7S 2M3 MATT MITRO, City Councillor Phone: 519-542-3109 607 Rayburne Ave., Sarnia, ON N7T 7A5 Email: dave.boushy@sarnia.ca Home: 519-332-6368 ANDY BRUZIEWICZ, City Councillor Business: 519-336-0114 Home: 665 Stonecrest Avenue, Cell: 519-464-6621 Sarnia, ON N7V 2K3 Email: matt.mitro@sarnia.ca Business: P.O. Box 2373 Sarnia, ON N7T 7S6 CINDY SCHOLTEN, City Councillor Business: 519-332-2639 Home: 226-932-0966 Email: andy.bruziewicz@sarnia.ca Email: councillorscholten@gmail.com ANNE MARIE GILLIS, City and County Twitter: @CindyScholten99 Councillor BRIAN WHITE, City Councillor 65 Ashby Crescent, Sarnia, ON N7S 4L5 Business: 519 464-2585 Home: 519-542-9728 Email: brianfilm@gmail.com Email: sarcouncillor@gmail.com City Service Directory City Hall, Tel: 519-332-0330 A Accessibility 519-332-0527 Ext 3307 access@sarnia.ca Accounts Payable 519-332-0527 Ext 3244 ap@sarnia.ca Accounts Receivable 519-332-0527 Ext 3236 ar@sarnia.ca After Hours City Emergencies (Animal Control / Parks /Public Works) 519-344-8861 Sarnia Police Animal Control 519-336-5049 bylawenforcement@sarnia.ca Arenas (Ice Time, Rental) 519-332-0527 Ext 3211 parksandrecreation@sarnia.ca B Bingo & Lottery Licenses 519-332-0527 Ext 3350 customerservice@sarnia.ca Boards & Committees 519-332-0527 Ext 3264 clerks@sarnia.ca Bus Pass Information / Schedules / Tickets 519-332-0527 Ext 5300 customerservice@sarnia.ca Business Licenses 519-332-0527 Ext 3350 customerservice@sarnia.ca Business Development & Business Park Inquiries 519-332-0527 Ext 3343 or 1-877-472-7642 economic@sarnia.ca By-Law Enforcement (Animal Control, Parking & Property Standards) 519-336-5049 bylawenforcement@sarnia.ca C Call Before You Dig (Utility Locates) 1-800-400-2255 Care-a-Van Bookings 519-336-3789 transit@sarnia.ca City By-Laws 519-332-0527 Ext 3264 clerks@sarnia.ca City Manager’s Office 519-332-0527 Ext 3314 citymanager@sarnia.ca Committee of Adjustment 519-332-0527 Ext 3344 planning@sarnia.ca Compost Site 519-344-1932 engineering@sarnia.ca Council Inquiries 519-332-0527 Ext 3263 clerks@sarnia.ca D Dog Licenses 519-332-0527 Ext 3131 customerservice@sarnia.ca E Emergencies Dial 911 Employment Inquiries 519-332-0527 Ext 3346 hr@sarnia.ca Encroachments 519-332-0527 Ext 3359 engineering@sarnia.ca Engineering Inquiries (Roads, Sewer, Shoreline Protection, Water) 519-332-0527 Ext 3383 engineering@sarnia.ca Environmental Advisory Committee 519-332-0527 Ext 3295 planning@sarnia.ca F Façade Loans 519-332-0527 Ext 3294 planning@sarnia.ca Facility Rentals (Parks, Sportsfields) 519-332-0527 Ext 3201 parksandrecreation@sarnia.ca Finance Inquiries 519-332-0527 Ext 3254 finance@sarnia.ca Fire Administration / Public Education / Inspections / Burn Permits 519-332-1122 firerescue@sarnia.ca Forestry ((City) Down Trees & Tree Trimming) 519-332-0527 Ext 3201 parksandrecreation@sarnia.ca Freedom of Information Inquiries 519-332-0527 Ext 3263 clerks@sarnia.ca G Garbage & Recycling 519-344-1932 engineering@sarnia.ca H Heritage Committee 519-332-0527 Ext 3293 planning@sarnia.ca Home Occupation Permits 519-332-0527 Ext 3285 planning@sarnia.ca Hydrant Use 519-344-1932 engineering@sarnia.ca I In Town Charters 519-332-0527 Ext 5300 transit@sarnia.ca Insurance Matters 519-332-0527 Ext 3320 clerks@sarnia.ca L Library – Bright’s Grove 519-869-2351 brightsgrove.library@county-lambton.on.ca Library – Mallroad Branch 519-542-2580 mallroad.library@county-lambton.on.ca Library – Sarnia 122 Christina Street S. 519-337-3291 sarnia.library@county-lambton.on.ca Long Grass & Weed Complaints 519-336-5049 bylawenforcement@sarnia.ca

40 GENERAL INFORMATION M Marriage Licenses 519-332-0527 Ext 3350 customeservice@sarnia.ca Marriage (Civil) Ceremony 519-332-0527 Ext 3320 tietheknot@sarnia.ca Mayor’s Office 519-332-0527 Ext 3308 mayor@sarnia.ca Municipal Drains 519-332-0527 Ext 3267 engineering@sarnia.ca Municipal Election Inquiries 519-332-0527 Ext 3320 clerks@sarnia.ca O Official Plan & Zoning Inquiries 519-332-0527 Ext 3303 planning@sarnia.ca P Parks Inquiries 519-332-0527 Ext 3201 parksandrecreation@sarnia.ca Parking Tickets & Passes (Municipal Lots) 519-336-5049 bylawenforcement@sarnia.ca Permits (Building, Demolitions, Signs, Pools) 519-332-0527 Ext 3303 building@sarnia.ca Planning Mapping Information 519-332-0527 Ext 3285 planning@sarnia.ca Pools, Spray Park, Beaches 519-332-0527 Ext 3201 parksandrecreation@sarnia.ca Property Assessment (MPAC) 1-866-296-6722 Property Standards Enforcement 519-336-5049 bylawenforcement@sarnia.ca Public Swimming 519-332-0527 Ext 3201 parksandrecreation@sarnia.ca Purchasing & Tender Inquiries 519-332-0527 Ext 3252 purchasing@sarnia.ca R Recreation Programs (Camps) 519-332-0527 Ext 3201 parksandrecreation@sarnia.ca Recycling 519-344-1932 engineering@sarnia.ca Road Maintenance Inquiries 519-332-0527 Ext 2220 engineering@sarnia.ca Road Permits (Curb Cut, Fill, Hoarding) 519-332-0527 Ext 3355 engineering@sarnia.ca RV’s Sanitary Dump Station 519-332-0527 Ext 3277 engineering@sarnia.ca S Service Connections (Water & Sewer) 519-332-0527 Ext 3355 engineering@sarnia.ca Sewer and Water Maintenance Inquiries 519-332-0527 Ext 2220 engineering@sarnia.ca Sewer Locates 519-332-0527 Ext 3286 engineering@sarnia.ca Sign Repair (Street Signs) 519-332-0527 Ext 2220 engineering@sarnia.ca Site Plan Approvals 519-332-0527 Ext 3303 planning@sarnia.ca Snow Removal 519-332-0527 Ext 2220 engineering@sarnia.ca Strangway Adult Recreation Centre 519-332-0656 strangway@sarnia.ca Street Lights 519-337-8201 Option 5 Subdivision Approvals 519-332-0527 Ext 3293 planning@sarnia.ca Swimming Lessons 519-332-0527 Ext 3201 parksandrecreation@sarni a.ca T Tax (Property) Inquiries & Pre-Authorized Payments 519-332-0527 Ext 3216 taxes@sarnia.ca Traffic Inquiries 519-332-0527 Ext 3340 engineering@sarnia.ca Transit 519-336-3271 Ext 5300 transit@sarnia.ca W Waste Collection & Recycling Inquiries 519-332-0527 Ext 2220 engineering@sarnia.ca Water Meters (Bluewater Power) 519-337-8201 Ext 2214 emailus@bluewaterpower.com Water Quality Inquiries 519-332-0527 Ext 2220 engineering@sarnia.ca Waterfront Programs & Special Events 519-332-0527 Ext 3210 parksandrecreation@sarnia.ca Watermain Breaks 519-332-0527 Ext 2220 engineering@sarnia.ca Z Zoning Enforcement / Reports 519-332-0527 Ext 3303 planning@sarnia.ca bluewatertrails.com Hike, Bike, Run, Walk! Join in an active lifestyle and discover your Bluewater Trails TODAY! facebook.com/bluewatertrails You or your business can support the legacy of the original Howard Watson Trail founders by becoming a donor. Contact Parks and Recreation 519.332.0330 ext. 3201 Tax and business receipts are available. Proud sponsor of Bluewarter Trails

www.sarniacommunityactivitiesguide.ca WorldClassSquash Nov.12-17 Title Sponsor: HuronOaksSquashClub 2587LakeshoreRoadBrightsGrove,ONN0N1C0 Brad Fisher: 519-384-0612 or sqshmn@gmail.com www.hosquashclub.com Watch male and female professional squash players from around the world compete for a share of the $10,000 US purse and a chance to qualify for the World Championships. The tournament features a 360 degree glass court with court-side seating. All Professional Matches at Huron Oaks. The Sarnia Riding Club 980 Riding Club Lane, Sarnia, ON 519-542-5588 www.sarniaridingclub.com Join the Club!

• Saturday morning round robins • Box League • Themed fun tournaments • House league • Beginner sessions Hit the Ball! The Sarnia Riding Club Junior Squash Two 10 Week Sessions - October to December Adult Squash at the Club Two leagues to choose from: SRC League & the City League (Memberships Required) Squash Memberships available Sarnia Riding Club is celebrating its 110th anniversary! www.simonwarder.ca Simon Warder Pro-Am November 12 - 17, 2018 41

42 GENERAL INFORMATION Advertiser Ad Page No. Map No. Alton Farms Estate Winery (Just Outside of Forest) 37 3 Alzheimer Society Of Sarnia Lambton 4 5 Big Brothers Big Sisters Sarnia-Lambton 21 Bluewater Gymnastics Club 8 Bluewater Power Distribution Corporation 26 Bluewater Trails 40 1 Bob Bailey, MPP BC 4 Bogey’s Inn Sombra 36 19 BrokerLink Insurance 12 2 Burchill Financial Services 26 8 Cassandra Lynn Smith, RMT 17 Celebration of Lights 23 Cell City 18 Clearwater Family Dental 22 Dan's Digital Designs 28 Dr. Kevin Daye, Dental Surgeon 20 6 Edgewater Dental 25 9 Gallery In the Grove 24 Hear for Life 33 Ironworks Fitness 27 Lambton Audiology Associates 11 10 Lambton County Library HQ 6 Lambton Public Health 4 MADD Sarnia/Lambton 7 Mainstreet Credit Union 31 11 Marilyn Gladu, MP 16 7 Mucho Burrito 34 Nichelle Moore, RMT 20 15 North End Appliance 38 Personal Touch Eatery & Catering 30 Point Edward Skating Club 19 12 Royal Bank of Canada IFC 13 Royal LePage Key Realty - Mario Fazio 37 Sarnia Ballroom Dancing Club 35 Sarnia Football Club 3 Sarnia Golf & Curling Club 14 Sarnia Rapids Swim Club 17 Simon Warder Memorial Pro-Am Squash Tournament 41 Sitara Restaurant 22 14 St. Clair Township - Moore Sports Complex 29 16 The Book Keeper 24 Van Goozen Music 22 17 Victoria Playhouse Petrolia 19 18 Victorian Order of Nurses 4 www.ameoaromatherapy.com (Josée Smith) 20 Rental Facilities – Parks & Recreation To rent these facilities or for questions, please call: 519-332-0330 ext. 3201. Map No.

1 Blackwell Park 6320 Blackwell Side Road • Ball Diamond South & North • Soccer Pitch • Pickleball Courts 2 Canatara Park 1400 Lake Chipican Drive • Picnic Areas 1 to 4, Beach Pavilion • Seaway Kiwanis Pavilion & Train • Animal Farm: 8:30am-7:30pm (Victoria Day to Thanksgiving) 8:30am-3:30pm (Thanksgiving to Victoria Day) • Canatara Beach & Bandshell • Kiwanis BMX Bike Park 3 Cathcart Park 1399 Cathcart Blvd • Multi-Use Courts (Tennis/ Pickleball) 4 Centennial Park 430 Front St. N. • Suncor Agora & Site Services Center • Flag Court • Open Field 5 Clearwater Arena 1400 Wellington Street • Ball Diamonds 1 to 4 • Blue & Red Arena/Floor • Upper & Lower Community Hall 6 Cox Youth Center 334 Russell Street • Community Room • Outdoor Pool & Splashpad 7 Errol Russell 610 Devine Street • Ball Diamond 8 Germain Park 900 Germain Street • Wedding Arbour, Japanese Garden • Ball Diamonds 1 to 5 • Soccer Pitches 1 to 4 • Garden Plots 1 to 35 • Multi-Use Courts (Tennis/ Pickleball) 9 Kenwick Park 2759 Lakeshore Rd, Bright’s Grove • Picnic Pavilion/Gazebo • Multi-Use Courts (Tennis/ Pickleball) 10 Lansdowne Park Talfourd Street • Soccer Pitch 11 Linden Park 1276 Lang Street • Multi-Use Courts (Tennis/ Pickleball) 12 Mike Weir Park 2354 Lakeshore Road • Picnic Pavilion 13 Newton Park 1480 McCrie Street • Newton Center Community Hall 14 Norm Perry Park 300 Exmouth Street • Main Soccer Pitch (Turf Field) • Back Field 15 Sarnia Arena 134 Brock Street • Arena / Floor • Kiwanis Community Hall 16 Progressive Auto Sales Arena (PASA) 1455 London Road • Arena – Rinks 1 & 2 17 Strangway Adult Community Centre 260 East Street North • Community Rooms and Fitness Studio • Craft Room 18 Tecumseh Park 334 Russell Street North • Picnic Pavilion • Ball Diamond • Skate Park 19 Wildwood Park 2590 Hamilton Road • North & South Pavilion (IFC-Inside Front Cover, BC-Back Cover)

www.sarniacommunityactivitiesguide.ca 43 GENERAL INFORMATION Location Map LAKE CHIPICAN 402 402 Wawanosh Trails Howard Watson Nature Trail Howard Watson Nature Trail H o w a r d W a t s o n N a t u r e T r a i l N E W S V ID A L S T R E E T S t . C l a i r R i v e r AAMJIWNAANG FIRST NATION (Former Chippewas of Sarnia) HWY 40 S T . C L A I R P K W Y V I D A L S T . 1 2 3 4 5 8 17 6 7 10 12 13 11 16 14 15 18 19 9 Bike Friendly Streets Bike Friendly Streets / Alternative Route Paved Multi-Use Pathways Bike Routes Lambton County Regional Trails Loose Surface Multi-Use Pathway Gravel Path Bluewater Trails Legend bluewatertrails.com MOORETOWN S T . C L A I R P K W Y MOORE LINE S t . C l a i r R i v e r 1 4 12 13 6 2 3 8 9 10 5 7 14 10 11 11 16 18 19 15 17 To Petrolia To Forest Proud sponsor of Bluewarter Trails LAKESHORE RD.

OLD LAKESHORE RD. OLD LAKESHORE RD. OLD LAKESHORE RD. T E L F E R R O A D LAKESHORE ROAD LAKESHORE ROAD B L A C K W E L L S ID E R D . BLACKWELL RD. M O D E L A N D R O A D B R IG D E N R O A D W A T E R W O R K S R O A D NEW LAKESHORE ROAD M A N D A U M IN R O A D (L A M B T O N R D . 2 6 ) HWY 40 LAKESHORE BRIGHT’S GROVE MICHIGAN AVE. VEN ETIAN BLVD. FRONT ST. CATHCART BLVD. INDIAN RD. N. CATHCART BLVD. C H R I S T I N A S T . B R O C K S T . BROCK ST. CHURCHILL LINE CONFEDERATION ST. EXMOUTH ST. EXMOUTH ST. LONDON RD. VIA RAIL SARNIA CHRIS HADFIELD AIRPORT INDIAN RD. S. MURPHY RD. MURPHY RD. LONDON RD. MODELAND RD. MICHIGAN LINE MICHIGAN AVE. BLACKWELL SIDEROAD LONDON LINE BLACKWELL SIDEROAD MODELAND RD.

HWY 40 HWY 40 HWY 40 CHURCHILL LINE CHRISTINA ST. F R O N T S T . Sarnia Bay Sarnia Harbour Canatara Beach Kenwick Beach St. Clair River Lake Huron SARNIA BLUE WATER BRIDGE TO U.S.A. VIDAL ST. V I D A L S T . S . POINT EDWARD MICHIGAN U.S.A. RUSSELL ST. WELLINGTON ST. EAST ST. WELLINGTON ST. ONTARIO ST. P L A N K R D . MITTON ST.

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