WOODSTOCK - RECREATION & LEISURE GUIDE

WOODSTOCK - RECREATION & LEISURE GUIDE

WOODSTOCK - RECREATION & LEISURE GUIDE

WOODSTOCK RECREATION & LEISURE GUIDE SPRING/SUMMER 2018 The Woodstock Recreation & Leisure Guide is the City of Woodstock’s official listing for recreation, leisure, cultural programs and events.

WOODSTOCK - RECREATION & LEISURE GUIDE
WOODSTOCK - RECREATION & LEISURE GUIDE

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018  3 WOODSTOCK RECREATION & LEISURE GUIDE SPRING/SUMMER 2018 5 Recreation & Cultural Program Listings  You’ll find a great number of exciting programs arranged by age group from Preschool through to Adults. There is something here for everyone! 24 Summer Camps!  Start here for great Summer Camp opportunities from the Recreation Department, Museum and Art Gallery. 52 Aquatics  Start here for swimming lessons, recreational swims and leadership courses. 73 Parks & Open Spaces  It’s time to get outdoors and enjoy the weather. Start here for your guide to trails, walking the dog and more! Quick List… Registration Information . 4 South Gate Centre . 50 Woodstock District Community Complex . 72 Fee Assistance in Recreation (FAIR . 84 This Guide can also be accessed on the city’s website at www.cityofwoodstock.ca Message from the Mayor Spring into action this season, this is the perfect time of year to go out with your friends and family and make use of the services and spaces we have available! With 52 parks including several trails, aquatic spaces and a variety of recreational, culture and art programs there is more to do than ever here in the friendly city. We challenge you and your family to go out, get active and be healthy this season. Try participating in our June is Parks and Recreation month activities in our goal to spend more time together outside. Use the 2018 Spring/Summer Recreation and Leisure Guide as a tool from March through August, take the time to check out some of the new exciting programs available. Trevor Birtch, Mayor ON THE COVER: A.J. Struthmann from Evolve demonstrates tricks on his scooter while delivering the City of Woodstock Specialty Skateboard and Scooter Camp. COPYRIGHT STATEMENT ©2018,The City of Woodstock.The Recreation & Leisure Guide is produced two times a year. Every effort has been made to provide correct information, however details may change from the time of publication. Please refer the City of Woodstock Departments for up‑to-date information concerning your area of interest. NEXT EDITION RESERVATION DEADLINE Are you interested in advertising in the Spring/Summer Recreation & Leisure Guide? Contact the Parks & Recreation Dept. at 519‑539‑2382 Ext. 4101 or email parksandrecreation@ cityofwoodstock.ca.The reservation deadline is July 13, 2018.

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Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 PROGRAM REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS 4 PROGRAM REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS PROGRAM REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS How to Register Online What you need • Credit Card & Visa/Debit Where • www.cityofwoodstock.ca/onlineregistration Phone What you need • Credit Card & expiry date In Person What you need • Credit/Debit Card, Cash, Cheque Refund Policy Cancelled bookings are entitled to a refund of the fees paid unless included as part of a valid or active pass.You can leave the funds on your account for future use or request a refund. Please note that there is a $25.00 administration fee charged for each refund. Refund fees will not be charged if the City of Woodstock cancels the class and a refund is requested.

Location Legend WDCC Woodstock District Community Complex WDCC Mezz Room Woodstock District Community Complex, Mezzanine Room WDCC Goff Hall Woodstock District Community Complex, Goff Hall SAC Room A Southside Aquatic Centre, Room A Registration Dates Program Address Start Date Method of Payment & Registration Payment Options Aquatics 315 Finkle St March 6 Cash, Debit, Visa, Mastercard, American Express Recreation Programs 315 Finkle St March 6 Cash, Debit, Visa, Mastercard, American Express Museum Programs 466 Dundas St March 6 Cash, Debit, Visa, Mastercard, American Express Library Programs 445 Hunter St Spring: Mar 6 Summer: Jun 2 Cash, Debit Art Gallery Programs 449 Dundas St March 6 Cash, Debit, Visa, Mastercard RECREATION FACILITIES Parks & Recreation 192 Old Wellington Street PO Box 1539 Woodstock, ON N4S 0A7 Tel: 519 539 2382 ext. 4101 Southside Aquatic Centre 315 Finkle Street PO Box 1539 Woodstock, ON N4S 0A7 Tel: 519 539 2382 ext. 2701 Community Complex 381 Finkle Street PO Box 1539 Woodstock, ON N4S 0A7 Tel: 519 421 3484 Goff Hall 381 Finkle Street PO Box 1539 Woodstock, ON N4S 0A7 Tel: 519 421 3484 ext 4301 Woodstock Art Gallery 449 Dundas Street PO Box 1539 Woodstock, ON N4S 0A7 www.woodstockartgallery.ca Tel: 519 539 6761 Woodstock Museum 466 Dundas Street PO Box 1539 Woodstock, ON N4S 0A7 www.woodstockmuseum.ca Tel: 519 537 8411 Woodstock Public Library 445 Hunter Street Woodstock, ON N4S 4G7 www.mywpl.ca Tel: 519 539 4801

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Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 PRESCHOOL 5 PRESCHOOL P R E S C H O O L STEAM Storytime Age: 1–5 Join us in the program room for this interactive storytime for families with toddlers and preschoolers that include stories, songs, and now fun STEAM (Science, Technology, Enginnering, Art, Math) based activities. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Sat Mar 10 10:30–11:15am 10 Library Free Me Too! Tuesdays Age: 2–5 & caregiver Instructor: Deanna Logan Create and explore stories, songs, art and more! Registration is required. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Tue Mar 20 10:00–11:00am 8 Woodstock Art Gallery 2969 $40.00 all sessions or $6/session Babytime Age: birth–12 months Participate with baby in a fun filled half hour of stories, rhymes and songs. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Wed Mar 21 11:00–11:30am 9 Library Free Fri Mar 23 11:15–11:45am 8 Library Free Toddler Tales for Ones & Twos Age: 12–35 months Stories, rhymes and songs for toddlers accompanied by a caregiver. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Wed Mar 21 10:15–10:45am 9 Library Free Thu Mar 22 10:15–10:4am 9 Library Free Tales & Tunes Age: 3–5 A fun-filled storytime with songs, rhymes and crafts for preschoolers. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Thu Mar 22 11:00–11:45am 9 Library Free Fri Mar 23 10:15–11:00am 8 Library Free

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Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 PRESCHOOL 6 PRESCHOOL Physical Literacy “Physical literacy is the motivation, confidence, physical competence, knowledge and understanding to value and take responsibility for engagement in physical activities for life.” —International Physical Literacy Association Little Movers Age: 3–4 Through active games and imagination Little Movers provides an introduction to dance and focuses on the fundamental movement principles. In this group setting children will develop coordination, balance, and a better understanding of how their body moves. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Mon Apr 9 5:30–6:00pm 8 WDCC Mezz Room 3240 $34.00 Mon Jun 18 5:30–6:00pm 8 WDCC Mezz Room 3245 $34.00 Age: 5–6 Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Mon Apr 9 6:00–6:30pm 8 WDCC Mezz Room 3247 $34.00 Mon Jun 18 6:00–6:30pm 8 WDCC Mezz Room 3250 $34.00 Sportball Age: 2–3 This program is focused on introducing preschoolers to 8 different sports. During the program preschoolers will have the opportunity to build self-confidence and learn skills in a fun and interactive way. 16 months–3 year olds require a parent to participate during program. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Tue Apr 10 5:00–5:45pm 8 WDCC Goff Hall 3253 $128.00 Tue Jun 12 5:00–5:45pm 8 Vansittart Park 3255 $128.00 Age: 3–5 Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Tue Apr 10 5:45–6:45pm 8 WDCC Goff Hall 3254 $128.00 Tue Jun 12 5:45–6:45pm 8 Vansittart Park 3256 $128.00

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Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 PRESCHOOL 7 PRESCHOOL Li’l Sensory Age: 6 months–3 years Looking for something to do with your tot that will help them stimulate their senses, explore play naturally and socialize? Come to our new drop in program Li’l Sensory. You and your child will have a variety of activities you can participate in that will help enhance your child’s touch, smell, taste, movement, balance, sight and hearing through fun and interactive stations. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Fri Apr 13 10:00–11:00am 12 WDCC Mezz Room 3268 $6.25/class Babytime Age: birth–12 months Participate with baby in a fun-filled half-hour of stories, rhymes and songs. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Wed May 23 11:00–11:30am 6 Library Free Wed Jul 4 11:00–11:30am 8 Library Free Toddler Tales for Ones & Twos Age: 12–35 months Stories, rhymes and songs for toddlers accompanied by a caregiver. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Wed May 23 10:15–10:45am 6 Library Free Wed Jul 4 10:15–10:45am 8 Library Free Tales & Tunes Age: 3–5 A fun-filled storytime with songs, rhymes and crafts for preschoolers. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Thu May 24 10:30–11:15am 6 Library Free Thu Jul 5 10:30–11:15am 8 Library Free Little Crafters Age: 3–5 A fun-filled hour brimming with awesome crafts, stories and activities for preschoolers with a different theme each week. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Tue Jul 3 10:30–11:30am 8 Library $2.00

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Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 MARCH BREAK PROGRAMS 8 MARCH BREAK PROGRAMS M A R C H B R E A K P R O G R A M S March Break Camp Age: 4–5 Designed for first–time campers, this program offers a great introduction with a busy, full-day routine. We will spend our week making crafts, playing active games and building friendships! Children must be potty trained. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Mon–Fri Mar 12–16 8:30am–4:30pm 5 WDCC Goff Hall 2043 $150.00 March Break Camp Age: 6–12 Looking for a week filled with adventure, crafts, and active games? Experienced, trained and talented staff are dedicated to providing a safe day full of new opportunities. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Mon–Fri Mar 12–16 8:30am–4:30pm 5 WDCC Goff Hall 2044 $135.00

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Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 MARCH BREAK PROGRAMS 9 MARCH BREAK PROGRAMS Museum March Break Camp Age: 5–12 Enjoy a blast from the past! Learn about fun historic pastimes like parlour games, croquet or potato sack races. Try the game of Graces, spinning fleece into yarn or baking some jam tarts. Put your team to the test with an old-fashioned round of tug-o-war. Each day will bring different games, crafts, out trips and visitors. Register for the week well in advance. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Mon–Fri Mar 12–16 8:30am–4:30pm 5 Woodstock Museum 1925 $140/non-member $120/member March Break Art Camp Age: 5–12 Instructor: Deanna Logan Explore new territories, markings, maps, treasures and more as you locate your bearings! This week design and create some amazing projects from a ton of stuff! Discover sculpture, collage, drawing, painting and more! Explore the exhibits, experiment with a variety of creative techniques and play some really cool games. This camp has been generously sponsored by the Woodstock Rotary Club. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Mon–Fri Mar 12–16 9:00am–4:00pm 5 Woodstock Art Gallery 2945 $175.00/non-member* $150.00/member* *Early-care and/or after-care is an extra $5.00/day (drop off as early as 8:30am; pick up as late as 4:30pm) March Break Family Drop-In Program Age: Everyone Welcome Discover the gallery with self-serve activities from the art cart! Explore the exhibits, investigate a variety of techniques and create your own art. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Mon–Fri Mar 12–16 11:00am–1:00pm 5 Woodstock Art Gallery FREE Minecraft Mania Age: 6–12 Build up your defenses to survive Minecraft and also make your own life size Minecraft torch to take home. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Mon Mar 12 10:30am–12:00pm 1 Library $2.00

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Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 MARCH BREAK PROGRAMS 10 MARCH BREAK PROGRAMS Sphero Olympics Age: 6–12 Our new Sphero Minis will be faced head to head with some Olympic worthy obstacle courses. Do you have what it takes to win gold? Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Mon Mar 12 2:00–3:30pm 1 Library $2.00 DIY Foosball and Hockey Rinks Age: 6–12 Make a mini foosball or hockey rink and defend your favourite team against your friends. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Tue Mar 13 10:30am–12:00pm 1 Library $2.00 Teen Gaming Night Age: 13–17 Drop in with your friends and check out our new virtual reality headset and games! No registration required.

Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Tue Mar 13 6:30–8:00pm 1 Library Free Jumbo Game Day Age: 6–12 Play some of your favourite games like Jenga, Yahtzee and Twister in our larger than life versions! Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Tue Mar 13 2:00–3:30pm 1 Library $2.00 Paws for Stories Age: 6–12 Practice reading, or just cuddling, with the therapy dogs from St. Johns Ambulance. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Wed Mar 14 10:30am–12:00pm 1 Library Free The Hulk’s Explosive Science Age: 6–12 When the Hulk gets angry, he explodes – and so will these mean, green science projects. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Wed Mar 14 2:00–3:30pm 1 Library $2.00

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 MARCH BREAK PROGRAMS 11 Lumberjack Competition Age: 3–5 Wear your favourite plaid shirt and join us for all things lumberjack, including wood stacking, axe throwing and more! Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Thu Mar 15 10:30–11:30am 1 Library $2.00 Virtual Reality and Ozobot City Age: 6–12 Help us build a giant Ozobot city, AND be one of the first to try out our new Virtual Reality head set with awesome video games! Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Thu Mar 15 2:00–3:30pm 1 Library $2.00 Get Your Game On!

Age: 3–12 Drop in any time throughout the day for fun game activities in the program room and throughout the Kid’s department. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Fri Mar 16 10:00am–5:00pm 1 Library Free

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 PA DAY PROGRAMS 12 PA DAY PROGRAMS PA D AY P R O G R A M S PA Days Age: 4–5 Designed for first-time campers, this program offers a great introduction with a busy, full-day routine. Children must be potty trained. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Fri Apr 27 8:30am–4:30pm 1 WDCC Mezz Room 3279 $39.50 Fri Jun 8 8:30am–4:30pm 1 WDCC Mezz Room 3283 $39.50 Fri Jun 29 8:30am–4:30pm 1 WDCC Mezz Room 3288 $39.50 Age: 6–12 Looking for a day filled with adventure, crafts, and active games? Experienced, trained and talented staff are dedicated to providing a safe day full of new opportunities. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Fri Apr 27 8:30am–4:30pm 1 WDCC Mezz Room 3292 $35.00 Fri Jun 8 8:30am–4:30pm 1 WDCC Mezz Room 3296 $35.00 Fri Jun 29 8:30am–4:30pm 1 WDCC Goff Hall 3301 $35.00

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 PA DAY PROGRAMS 13 PA DAY PROGRAMS PA Day Fun @ the Library Age: 4–12 Drop into the Children’s department for fun pop-up activities all day long! Theme Day Date Time Location Fee Spring Fling! Fri Apr 27 10:00am–5:00pm Library Free Lazy Days of Summer Fri Jun 8 10:00am–5:00pm Library Free Creative PA Days Age: 5–12 Instructor: Deanna Logan Explore a variety of artistic mediums. Develop a basic understanding of the elements and principles of design. Materials included in registration fee. Bring lunch and snacks. Apr 27: Explore culture and create art as you discover why Oxford County is the Dairy Capital. Sponsored by EastGen. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Fri Apr 27 9:00am–4:00pm 1 Woodstock Art Gallery 2946 $45.00/non-member/session* $35/member/session* Fri Jun 8 9:00am–4:00pm 1 Woodstock Art Gallery 2947 $45.00/non-member/session* $35/member/session* Fri Jun 29 9:00am–4:00pm 1 Woodstock Art Gallery 2948 $45.00/non-member/session* $35/member/session* *Early-care and/or after-care is an extra $5.00/day (drop off as early as 8:30am; pick up as late as 4:30pm) Magnetic PA Day Age: 5–12 Learn about what magnets are and their uses. Try out some fun activities and see what different materials attract magnets. Explore the origin story of magnets, how magnetic fields work, play funny attraction and repulsion games, and make a unique magnetic craft. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Fri Apr 27 8:30am–4:30pm 1 Woodstock Museum 2934 $38.00/non-member $28.00/member Vote for Me PA Day Age: 5–12 Pretend you are a City Councillor or the Mayor of Woodstock today by running your own campaign! Have fun getting people to vote for you in the mock election and count the ballots with your friends. Visit the historic and the current Council Chambers to sit in the Mayor’s chair! Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Fri Jun 8 8:30am–4:30pm 1 Woodstock Museum 2935 $38.00/non-member $28.00/member

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 CHILDREN 14 CHILDREN C H I L D R E N Maker Lab Age: 6–12 One Saturday each month we will introduce kids to really cool gadgets. Program robots, play with Lego or try your hand at computer programming, just to mention a few. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Sat Mar 10 2:00–3:30pm 1 Library Free Sat Apr 14 2:00–3:30pm 1 Library Free Sat May 12 2:00–3:30pm 1 Library Free Sat Jun 9 2:00–3:30pm 1 Library Free Babysitting Course Age: 11–14 In this course, participants learn how to run a small babysitting business and how to supervise younger siblings or other children in a safe and responsible manner. Aspiring babysitters also learn basic first aid skills. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Mon Mar 12 9:00am–4:00pm 1 SAC Room A 2033 $60.00 Fri Apr 27 9:00am–4:00pm 1 SAC Room A 3308 $60.00 After School Meet Up @ the Library Age: 6–12 Drop in after school and meet up with your friends! We’ll have tons of fun in our program room: PS4 gaming, Lego Club, Art Smarts, movies, STEAM Team, Minecraft and more! Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Wed Mar 21 3:30–5:00pm 15 Library Free Minecraft Jr.

Age: 6–9 Show us your building talent in this creative and collaborative building program Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Sat Mar 24 1:00–2:00pm 1 Library Free Sat Apr 28 1:00–2:00pm 1 Library Free Sat May 26 1:00–2:00pm 1 Library Free Sat Jun 23 1:00–2:00pm 1 Library Free

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 CHILDREN 15 CHILDREN Minecraft Sr. Age: 10–14 Make your defenses strong to survive in Minecraft. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Sat Mar 24 2:30–3:30pm 1 Library Free Sat Apr 28 2:30–3:30pm 1 Library Free Sat May 26 2:30–3:30pm 1 Library Free Sat Jun 23 2:30–3:30pm 1 Library Free My Safe Life Age: 7–9 In this interactive, fun safety program, kids learn and practice skills for a lifetime of safety. Traditional and digital gaming techniques are used to cover topics like people safety, appropriate social and digital behaviours, safe travels, online safety, getting help, fire safety, accident prevention and basic first aid. Children take home a My Safe Life manual and card of completion. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Sat Mar 31 9:00am–4:00pm 1 SAC Room A 3521 $60.00 Fri Jun 29 9:00am–4:00pm 1 SAC Room A 3321 $60.00

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 CHILDREN 16 CHILDREN Kids in the Kitchen Age: 8–11 Participants will be introduced to the basic kitchen know how. This program will focus on teaching the safety, preparation, and clean up. As they learn to create snacks and meals for themselves and others. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Thu Apr 5 6:00–7:30pm 6 WCI Room 205 3515 $61.50 Thu May 24 6:00–7:30pm 6 WCI Room 205 3516 $61.50 Physical Literacy “Physical literacy is the motivation, confidence, physical competence, knowledge and understanding to value and take responsibility for engagement in physical activities for life.” —International Physical Literacy Association Kids in Motion Age: 7–8 Try a bit of everything in this multi-disciplinary class that combines various dance styles. Students exercise their own creativity and focus as they develop their fundamental movement skills. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Mon Apr 9 6:30–7:15pm 8 WDCC Mezz Room 3327 $42.00 Mon Jun 18 6:30–7:15pm 8 WDCC Mezz Room 3328 $42.00 Sportball Age: 6–8 This program is focused on introducing 8 different sports. During the program, participants will have the opportunity to build self-confidence and learn skills in a fun and interactive way. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Tue Apr 10 6:45–7:45pm 8 WDCC Goff Hall 3331 $128.00 Tue Jun 12 6:45–7:45pm 8 Vansittart Park 3334 $128.00 Basketball Age: 9–11 Recreational activities will help develop hand/eye coordination and will focus on developing the fundamental skills of basketball. Emphasis is on passing, ball control skills and shooting. Participants will enjoy practicing their skills in a fun and active environment. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Wed Apr 11 6:00–7:00pm 8 Springbank Public School 3517 $50.00 Wed Jun 20 6:00–7:00pm 1 Park Row 3335 $6.25 Wed Jul 18 6:00–7:00pm 1 Park Row 3336 $6.25 Wed Aug 8 6:00–7:00pm 1 Park Row 3337 $6.25

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 CHILDREN 17 CHILDREN Youth Yoga Age: 6–8 Participants will learn yoga through the use of themes and practical life concepts such as establishing balanced, creating strength and expanding self-awareness. Classes are designed to make learning fun and to enable students to take their lessons off the mat and into their home and school life. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Wed Apr 11 6:00–6:30pm 8 WDCC Mezz Room 3338 $50.00 Wed Jun 20 6:00–6:30pm 1 WDCC Mezz Room 3340 $6.25 Tue Jul 24 6:00–6:30pm 1 WDCC Mezz Room 3561 $6.25 Wed Aug 8 6:00–6:30pm 1 WDCC Mezz Room 3341 $6.25 Age: 9–12 Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Wed Apr 11 6:30–7:30pm 8 WDCC Mezz Room 3339 $66.00 Wed Jun 20 6:30–7:30pm 1 WDCC Mezz Room 3342 $8.25 Tue Jul 24 6:30–7:30pm 1 WDCC Mezz Room 3562 $8.25 Wed Aug 8 6:30–7:30pm 1 WDCC Mezz Room 3343 $8.25 Lego WeDo Age: 5–8 The LEGO®Education WeDo is an easy-to-use robotics kit that introduces young students to robotics. Students will be able to build LEGO models featuring working motors and sensors; program their models; and explore a series of cross- curricular, theme-based activities while developing their skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics as well as language, literacy, and social studies. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Thu Apr 12 6:00–7:00pm 8 WDCC Mezz Room 3344 $92.00 Thu Jun 14 6:00–7:00pm 8 WDCC Mezz Room 3345 $92.00 Mindstorms Age: 9–14 Design awesome machines with the LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3. LEGO Mindstorms EV3 is designed for those with no programming background and introduces students to concepts such as coding, looping, decision-making and flow control as they utilize the visual drag and drop-programming interface. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Thu Apr 12 7:15–8:15pm 8 WDCC Mezz Room 3346 $92.00 Thu Jun 14 7:15–8:15pm 8 WDCC Mezz Room 3347 $92.00

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 CHILDREN 18 CHILDREN May the Fourth… Be With You Age: 6–12 Join us in the program room for all things Star Wars! Dress up as your favourite character, try out our VR Star Wars droid repair program, program our R2-D2 and lots more crafty activities. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Fri May 4 3:30–5:00pm 1 Library Free Photography Age: 8–12 Do you have an interest in taking photos and getting the perfect shot? Come learn different techniques to improve your photography skills. Learn about lighting, backgrounds and even how to take the perfect selfie! Please bring your own camera. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Tue May 8 6:00–7:00pm 6 WDCC Mezz Room 3348 $49.50 Tennis Level 1 Age: 7–9 This is an introductory level and will stress racquet and ball control drills as well as skill development in the four basic strokes: forehand, backhand, serve and volley. This program is for players with little or no previous tennis experience or youngsters who have completed the preschool tennis program. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Thu May 10 5:30–6:30pm 12 Richardson Park 3349 $99.00 Age: 10–13 Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Thu May 10 6:30–7:30pm 12 Richardson Park 3350 $99.00 Tennis Level 2 Age: 9–12 Building on the skills developed in the introductory tennis program, participants will continue to develop more skills and tennis knowledge as they dive deeper into the world of tennis. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Thu May 10 7:30–9:00pm 12 Richardson Park 3351 $123.00

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 CHILDREN 19 CHILDREN Parents Night Out Age: 6–10 Looking for something to do on a Friday night? Parents looking for a night out? Join us for fun games and swimming at Southside Aquatic Centre. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Fri May 11 6:00–9:00pm 1 SAC 3353 $25.00 Fri Jul 13 6:00–9:00pm 1 SAC 3355 $25.00 Kids Make Meals Age: 8–12 Do you have a child who always wants to help in the kitchen? Try out 1 or all of the Kids Make Meals program where participants will get the opportunity to learn how to make a big meal from start to finish. Each session is a different meal where participants will learn a variety of different cooking skills they can later apply at home. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Wed May 16 5:00–8:00pm 1 WDCC Goff Hall 3570 $40.00 Wed Jul 18 5:00–8:00pm 1 WDCC Goff Hall 3571 $40.00 Wed Aug 15 5:00–8:00pm 1 WDCC Goff Hall 3572 $40.00

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 CHILDREN 20 CHILDREN Birthday Art Party Program Age: 5–12 Instructor: Deanna Logan Tour current exhibitions and create a special art piece. Materials included in fee. Cakes and cutlery not included. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Sat By appointment only 2:00–4:00pm 1 Woodstock Art Gallery $150.00 (max. 10 children) TD Summer Reading Club: Feed Your Passions! Free! Registration begins Saturday June 2, 2018. Registration in person only What fires your spirit, excites your mind and influences your choices? This summer, TD Summer Reading Club helps kids find and explore their passions, and encourages them to share their delight with others along the way. Through books, programs, and conversations, TD Summer Reading Club kids can dive into areas that already fascinate them, dabble in others for new inspiration and discover that their passions have the potential to transform them, their friends and their world. Kids play Wolfie-o-poly to find great books to read, earn lots of prizes and collect stickers for their logbooks. Interact with the TD Summer Reading Club website with a link from our website. With club times every morning, afternoon and evening it’s easy to drop in to play, enter our weekly draw for great prizes and participate in our weekly scavenger hunt. Program runs from June 2 to September 1, 2018.

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 CHILDREN 21 CHILDREN Parks of Fun Age: 3–8 Come and learn fundamental movement skills like jump, hop, skip, run, dodge, roll and many more from a trained instructor. Resources will be available to help your child develop skills to be active for life! Register for as many dates as you like to fit your family schedule. This program requires adult participation. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Mon Jun 4 6:00–7:00pm 11 Richardson Park 3462 $4.00/class Tue Jun 5 6:00–7:00pm 13 Southside Park 3463 $4.00/class Wed Jun 6 6:00–7:00pm 13 Vansittart Park 3464 $4.00/class Thu Jun 7 6:00–7:00pm 13 Cowan Fields 3465 $4.00/class Home Alone Age: 9–12 Is your child ready to stay home alone? The Home Alone safety for Kids program helps children and their families get ready for their child’s first steps towards independence and being without adult supervision. Safety and accident prevention are the common themes throughout the program. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Fri Jun 8 9:00am–4:00pm 1 SAC Room A 3466 $60.00 Woodstock Rocks!

Age: 6–17 Introducing a community wide scavenger hunt! Painted rocks are being hidden around the city. If you find one, take a picture and tag us at mywpl on Facebook or Instagram, along with the hashtag #woodstockrocks. You can also paint your own rocks to hide and see if they pop up on our social media. Happy hunting! Date Location Fee Jun 8–Sep 1 Library Free Cupcakes Age: 8–12 If you enjoy baking and have a sweet tooth then this is the class for you! During the class participants will learn how to make cupcakes from scratch and get to explore and be creative with learning different piping techniques to decorate them. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Wed Jun 13 6:00–7:30pm 1 WDCC Goff Hall 3468 $20.00 Thu Jul 26 6:00–7:30pm 1 WDCC Goff Hall 3469 $20.00 Thu Aug 9 6:00–7:30pm 1 WDCC Goff Hall 3470 $20.00

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 CHILDREN 22 CHILDREN Craft Club Age: 6–12 Join the club and try out some fun and kooky crafts with a different theme each week. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Tue Jul 3 2:00–3:30 6 Library $2.00 Wolfie Wednesdays Age: 6–12 Wolfie is going green! Check out his variety of indoor/outdoor activities and crafts with recycling and the environment in mind. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Wed Jul 4 2:00–3:30 6 Library $2.00 Maker Mondays Age: 6–12 A hands-on lab of fun maker technology. Code robots, try out our virtual reality headset, video game, just to name a few. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Mon Jul 9 10:30am–12:00pm 6 Library $2.00 Cook’n Craft Age: 6–12 This fun program combines crafting and cooking for kids with a different theme each week. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Thu Jul 5 2:00–3:30pm 6 Library $4.00 Minecraft Age: 6–12 Make your defenses strong to survive in Minecraft. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Fri Jul 6 10:30am–12:00pm 8 Library Free

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 23 J U N E I S R E C R E AT I O N & PA R K S M O N T H SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT June 2018 1 Toonie Swim Seniors Month BBQ 2 Play Soccer 3 Yoga in the Park 4 Play Tennis 5 Toonie Swim Sportball in the Park 6 Tree Climbing Adult Skate 7 Toonie Swim 8 Toonie Swim PA Day options through Recreation, Art Gallery & Museum 9 Basketball Awareness Day Family Geocaching Day 10 Go Bird Watching 11 Go Walking 12 Toonie Swim 13 Volleyball Adult Skate 14 Toonie Swim 15 Toonie Swim 16 Junk in the Trunk & Indoor Garage Sale 17 Go for a Hike 18 Ultimate Frisbee in the Park TIFF See You @ the Movies 19 Toonie Swim 20 Play Tag Adult Skate 21 Toonie Swim 22 Toonie Swim Minor Ball Mosquito Tournament 23 Cycling Course Minor Ball Mosquito Tournament 24 Play Tag Woodstock Kids Duathlon Minor Ball Mosquito Tournament 25 Use a Hulahoop 26 Toonie Swim 27 Family Fitness in the Park Adult Skate 28 Toonie Swim 29 Toonie Swim PA Day option through Recreation, Art Gallery & Museum 30 Go Camping Green – Activities supported by the City of Woodstock #RecAndParksMonth Black – Independent suggested activities www.recandparksmonth.ca Please visit www.cityofwoodstock.ca for June is Parks and Recreation Month activity details.

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 SUMMER CAMPS 24 SUMMER CAMPS S U M M E R C A M P S FollowusonourFacebookpageat CityofWoodstockSummerPrograms forupdatesthroughouttheyear Formoreinformationaboutoursummer programscheckoutourwebsiteat www.cityofwoodstock.ca/summeractivities AllAdventureCampshavepickupanddropoffattheWoodstockDistrictCommunityComplex . Campsrunfrom8:30am-4:30pm Li’lAdventurers Camps 4-5yrs Description: Designedforfirst-timecampers,thisprogramoffersagreat introductionwithabusyfulldayroutine.Weeklythemesarebroughttolifebytalented staffthroughcrafts,activities,specialguestsandmore.Childrenmustbepottytrain ed. BeforeandAfterCare availableforanextrafee. 5 day week $170.00 4 day week $136.00 (4dayweekapplicableforthe CanadaDayHoliday). Clickonthecodebesideeachcamptoregisteronline. RHYTHM & BEATS BARCODE 2889 Get moovin’ and grooving. This week is all about finding your rhythm and exploring with musical instruments. You can’t stop the beat this week! Days Tuesday to Friday Date July 3-6 COVERED IN COLOUR BARCODE 2890 Let’s play with colour, do you have a favourite? This week we will make a rainbow, experiment with mixing colours and make our own crayons. It’s time to create!

Days Monday to Friday Date July 9-13 RESCUE HEROES BARCODE 2891 Do you have a super power? We know super heroes can fly, be invisible and even read minds. Put on your cape and join us as we learn about all the rescue heroes in our community and what their super powers are. Days Monday to Friday Date July 16-20 SHIPWRECKED BARCODE 2892 A-hoy Mateys!! Land lovers and bilge rats alike are off on a pirate adventure to discover how pirates party! Who will win the most doubloons aboard the Jolly Roger? Buccaneers, scallywags and seadogs alike will enjoy these pirate escapades! Savvy? Days Monday to Friday Date July 23-27 SAFARI BARCODE 2893 Hop on the safari bus as we spend this week acting like animals and checking out different habitats. Campers will go bananas as we explore the wild ways of safari animals.

Days Monday to Friday Date July 30-Aug 3 STORY TELLERS BARCODE 2894 Once upon a time in Woodstock… L’il Adventurers came to discover the wonderful world of stories! Bring your imagination to explore fairy tales, create your own stories and act out dramatic readings. Days Monday to Friday Date August 6-10 I SPY BARCODE 2895 I spy with my little eye something that is laughing! Can you guess what it is? Join us this week as we get out the magnifying glasses and check out our surroundings. Build your own I spy bottle and play 3D I Spy like never before.

Days Monday to Friday Date August 13-17 OOEEY GOOEY BARCODE 2896 Ooeey gooey, experiment with all things goopy. Scientific breakthroughs a-wait for those willing to get their hands dirty. Get ready to get slimy! Days Monday to Friday Date August 20-24 ANYTHING GOES BARCODE 2897 Backwards day.. .check, crazy hair…check, speak in song…check! This week anything goes, if you like to be creative and have a good laugh than this week is for you. Days Monday to Friday Date August 27-31 Summer Camp Registration Registration is available online starting March 6th www.cityofwoodstock.ca/onlineregistration. For more information please call Southside Aquatic Centre at 519 421 7665

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 SUMMER CAMPS 25 SUMMER CAMPS Adventure Camp Camps 6-9yrs Looking for Action Academy? Seepage 26 Description: Welcome to a world of adventure!Theme camps bring stories and characters to life with experienced, trained, and talented staff dedicated to providing a week of fun and adventure for all.Weekly themes are further enhanced with games, crafts, special events, and visits from guests and out trips to exciting locations. BeforeandAfterCare availableforanextrafee. 5 day week $155.00 4 day week $124.00 (4dayweekapplicableforthe CanadaDayHoliday). Clickonthecodebesideeachcamptoregisteronline. BACKYARD BASH BARCODE 2898 Grab your sunscreen and let’s go! Enjoy the outdoors as we partake in summertime classic activities like horseshoes, ladder toss, nature crafts, picnics and more Days Tuesday to Friday Date July 3-6 ANIMAL KINGDOM BARCODE 2899 This week is great for all who love animals. Campers will go wild as we take an adventure to the zoo. Start practicing your lion ROAR!

Days Monday to Friday Date July 9-13 UNDER THE SEA BARCODE 2900 Is the summer sun getting too hot? Come cool off this week as we splash around. Get refreshed playing on slides, in pools and water games galore! Days Monday to Friday Date July 16-20 READY TO ROCK BARCODE 2901 This week we will explore different musical instruments and even make some of our own! Learn about various styles of music as we become our own rockstars! Days Monday to Friday Date July 23-27 TOY SHOP BARCODE 2902 What’s your favourite toy? Join us as we learn about different toys and where they came from and we will make some of our own toys. Days Monday to Friday Date July 30-Aug 3 MISSION IMPOSSIBLE BARCODE 2903 Mission Impossible? Not for the adventure campers! We know you can do the impossible! This week work as a team to solve puzzles and even try different decoding techniques.

Days Monday to Friday Date August 6-10 CRAZY CARNIVAL BARCODE 2904 Do you have a great ring shot? Come and join us as we put on our own crazy carnival this week with fun games, challenges and more. Days Monday to Friday Date August 13-17 SPACE IS THE PLACE BARCODE 2905 The galaxy is full of martians, aliens, astronauts, and even shooting stars. Blast off into space with us as we explore the different planets. Don’t forget to watch out for the asteroids! Days Monday to Friday Date August 20-24 ADVENTURE LAND BARCODE 2906 Calling all adventurers! This week involves everything fun. For the last week of summer we are having a celebration with all of our camper’s favorite activities. Use the last few days of summer to swim, play, and craft!

Days Monday to Friday Date August 27-31 Summer Camp Registration Registration is available online starting March 6th www.cityofwoodstock.ca/onlineregistration. For more information please call Southside Aquatic Centre at 519 421 7665

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 SUMMER CAMPS 26 SUMMER CAMPS AdventureUniversity Camps 10-12yrs Description: Welcome to Adventure University. At Adventure University you will get the opportunity to explore what is around you, learn new skills, and build friendships. The weekly themes provide a variety of experiences that allow you to discover new interests and develop your leadership abilities. BeforeandAfterCare availableforanextrafee. 5 day week $155.00 4 day week $124.00 (4dayweekapplicableforthe CanadaDayHoliday). Clickonthecodebesideeachcamptoregisteronline. WATER WARRIORS BARCODE 2913 Wage war with water fun and games that are sure to keep you cool! All the while learning how to be water smart to have the most fun!

Days Tuesday to Friday Date July 3-6 FUTURISTIC FUN BARCODE 2908 Self-driving cars, floating farms, invisibility cloaks, and brain wave passwords… is it fiction or future? Days Monday to Friday Date July 9-13 CHALLENGE WEEK BARCODE 2909 Are you up to the challenge? Can you solve the puzzle before the time is up? Challenge yourself and your team in a series of exciting adventures. Days Monday to Friday Date July 16-20 CHEF’S IN THE KITCHEN BARCODE 2910 Unleash your inner chef - learn the skills and build confidence to work independently in the kitchen. 100 mile menu planning, portioning, and nutrition. Master cooking tecnhniques and knife skills. Don’t forget to bring your appetite! Days Monday to Friday Date July 23-27 OUTSIDE THE BOX BARCODE 2911 Solve problems with creative and lateral reasoning - no traditional thinking here! “Creativity is seeing what everyone else has seen, and thinking what no one else has thought.” - Albert Einstein Days Monday to Friday Date July 30-Aug 3 MYSTERY WEEK BARCODE 2912 Go undercover and unravel mysteries throughout the week. Solve riddles and join in scavenger hunts, use your detective skills to identify the double agent!

Days Monday to Friday Date August 6-10 EARTH RANGERS BARCODE 2907 What type of adventurer are you? Explore the wonders of the world, while getting up close with nature! Enjoy hiking and finding your way using a compass and GPS! Days Monday to Friday Date August 13-17 DAIRY DAYZZ WEEK BARCODE 2914 Think you know Woodstock? Come discover where you live and the history of Woodstock. Explore what makes us the friendly city and everything our community has to offer. We may even sneak a selfie with the snow countess!

Days Monday to Friday Date August 20-24 MAD SCIENCE BARCODE 2915 Explosions, edible slime, the 5 second rule, and superhero zip lines! Immerse yourself in the mad world of science where physics, biology and chemistry come to life. Days Monday to Friday Date August 27-31 Looking for Action Academy? Although all of our camps include physical activity throughout the day, we understand some children enjoy being active and trying new sports on a regular basis. When registering for Adventure Camp or Adventure University you will have the option to select “Action” or “Theme”. By selecting “Action” your child will have the opportunity to try out specific sports and other physical activities throughout the day. By selecting “Theme” your child will participate in more theme related activities and crafts. *All campers will go on theme trips* Summer Camp Registration Registration is available online starting March 6th www.cityofwoodstock.ca/onlineregistration. For more information please call Southside Aquatic Centre at 519 421 7665

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 SUMMER CAMPS 27 SUMMER CAMPS Specialty Camps SummerCamp Registration RegistrationisavailableonlinestartingMarch6th www.cityofwoodstock.ca/onlineregistration. Formoreinformationpleasecall SouthsideAquaticCentreat5194217665 Clickonthecodebesideeachcamptoregisteronline. CIRCUS PROJECT 6-12 years Run away with the circus this spring for a fun-filled week of creativity and self-expression. Each day will feature a variety of skills training, circus crafts, and mini performances. Plate spinning, juggling, acrobatics, theatrical clowning and so much more! This camp is designed to help young people build confidence and develop their physical literacy under the guidance of professionally trained circus artists from the Youth Circus Project.  BARCODE 2925 Days MondaytoFriday Date July16-20 Time 9:00-5:00pm Location GoffHall Fee $270.00 SPORTBALL This 1/2 day camp is focused on developing skills associated with 8 different sports. We integrate activities, and skills that encourage self- confidence and socializing. This fun and structured camp aims to develop basic skills at a developmentally and age appropriate level. 4-7 years BARCODE 2926 Days MondaytoFriday Date July9-13 Time 9:00am-12:00pm Location GoffHall Fee $135.00 5-8 years BARCODE 2927 Days MondaytoFriday Date July30-Aug3 Time 9:00am-12:00pm Location GoffHall Fee $135.00 TECH TOUCHDOWN 9-12 years Are you interested in learning how to code? Do you like playing with Lego? Robots? Or enjoy Minecraft? Then this half day camp is for you! During your time at the Public Library you will get the opportunity to learn a variety of new skills spending time on the computer as well as working hands on with several creative projects and activities.

 BARCODE 2920 Days MondaytoFriday Date July9-13 Time 1:00-4:00pm Location WoodstockLibrary Fee $105.00  BARCODE 2921 Days MondaytoFriday Date August13-17 Time 1:00-4:00pm Location WoodstockLibrary Fee $105.00 TENNIS 9-13 years Spend the week learning and developing the fundamentals of tennis. A trained instructor will take your participant through skills, drills, and games to build a foundation so that they can enjoy tennis for years to come.  BARCODE 2917 Days MondaytoFriday Date July16-20 Time 9:00-12:00pm Location RichardsonPark Fee $105.00  BARCODE 2918 Days MondaytoFriday Date July30-Aug3 Time 9:00-12:00pm Location RichardsonPark Fee $105.00 BASKETBALL 9-13 years Come join us as we learn the fundamental skills of basketball through dribbling, passing, and shooting. A trained instructor will take your child through a variety of different activities and drills and build your camper’s confidence in their basketball skill set!  BARCODE 2919 Days MondaytoFriday Date August20-24 Time 9:00-12:00pm Location ParkRow Fee $105.00

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 SUMMER CAMPS 28 SUMMER CAMPS 2018 Workshops & Summer Camps Allcamps/workshopsarelocatedatthe WoodstockArtGallery Clickonthecodebesideeachcamptoregisteronline. BeforeandAfterCare availableforanextrafee. CREATIVE MAPPING QUEST - SUMMER ART CAMP 2018 DISCOVER A NEW MEDIUM EACH WEEK! 5-12 years Explore contemporary and historical art and artists that focus on where we stand here on earth, that is! Find your place at the WAG this summer as you discover art that inspires us to investigate where we are and how we got here. It’s not always the destination, but rather the journey that counts. Learn art fundamentals through hands-on studio experience incorporating self-discovery and self-expressive art methods and practices. Each week, young artists will unleash their imaginations creating multi-media, 2D and 3D art projects. Gallery visits to current exhibitions, outdoors games, physical activities at the City Parks or pool and snacks served daily in a fun and safe environment. Campers are required to bring appropriate clothing, sunscreen, lunch, 2 snacks and imagination! SAMPLER WEEK This week explore a new project each day and make a treasure map full of new creative discoveries! Students will create a drawing, painting, sculpture, mixed media and print! BARCODE 2958 Day Tuesday-Friday Date July3-6 Time 9:00am-4:00pm Session 4 Day Week DRAW AND SKETCH Map out new perspectives designing artwork with every DRAWING tool and material imaginable!  BARCODE 2970 Day Monday-Friday Date July9-13 Time 9:00am-4:00pm Session Full week SCULPTURE Sculpt your way around. Design your own pad, form a new country or even develop a new civilization all in 3Dimensions!  BARCODE 2971 Day Monday-Friday Date July16-20 Time 9:00am-4:00pm Session Full week PRINTMAKING Learn how to make many multiples. Transfer your imagination into ink and impress your friends.  BARCODE 2972 Day Monday-Friday Date July30-Aug3 Time 9:00am-4:00pm Session Full week PAINTING Create your own colourful style in any environment with a mountain of PAINT projects!  BARCODE 2973 Day Tuesday-Friday Date August7-10 Time 9:00am-4:00pm Session 4 Day Week MIXED MEDIA Take a detour on the final week of art camp to discover collage, assemblage and so much more. It’s a mixed media mash-up!  BARCODE 2974 Day Monday-Friday Date August13-17 Time 9:00am-4:00pm Session Full week

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 SUMMER CAMPS 29 SUMMER CAMPS MINI-MAKERS SUMMER ART CAMP 2018 DISCOVER A NEW MEDIUM EACH DAY! 4-6 years We’ve doubled the fun! Create and explore stories, songs, art and more! Registration for this camp is required. Introduce your Mini-Maker to the world of art exploration! Learn basic fundamentals through hands-on studio experience. New artists will unleash their imaginations creating multi-media, 2D and 3D art projects. Gallery visits to current exhibitions, outdoors games, physical activities at the City Parks or pool and snacks served daily in a fun and safe environment. Campers are required to bring appropriate clothing, sunscreen, one snack and imagination! Campers are limited to register for one session per day.  BARCODE 2966 Day Monday-Friday Date July16-20 Time 9:30am-12:00pm Session Full week  BARCODE 2963 Day Monday-Friday Date July16-20 Time 1:00-3:30pm Session Full week  BARCODE 2967 Day Monday-Friday Date August13-17 Time 9:30am-12:00pm Session Full week  BARCODE 2968 Day Monday-Friday Date August13-17 Time 1:00-3:30pm Session Full week TEEN SUMMER WORKSHOP DISCOVER DRAWING! 12-17 years This summer, students have the opportunity to work with arts professional, Mercedes Schuster. Students will be introduced to contemporary and traditional drawing practices, exploring popular artists and art fundamentals through hands-on studio experience. Tour current exhibitions, and build your portfolio. Students are required to bring appropriate clothing, sunscreen, a snack and imagination!

 BARCODE 2976 Day Monday-Wednesday Date July23-25 Time 1:00-4:30pm Session All 3 Days FEES Full week session Members:$150.00 Non-Members:$175.00 Three day session Members:$85.00 Non-Members:$100.00 Four day session Members:$120.00 Non-Members:$140.00 FEES for Mini-Makers Full week session Members:$65.00 Non-Members:$75.00 WAG Summer Camp Registration Please contact the Woodstock Art Gallery 449 Dundas St., Woodstock 519-539-6761 waginfo@cityofwoodstock.ca woodstockartgallery.ca

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 SUMMER CAMPS 30 SUMMER CAMPS WoodstockMuseumCampRegistration PleasecontacttheWoodstockMuseumNHS● 466DundasStreetWoodstock (519)537-8411ex.2901 www.woodstockmuseum.ca Clickonthecodebesideeachcamptoregisteronline. Allcamps/workshopsarelocatedattheWoodstockMuseum andrunfrom8:30amto4:30pm. FEES _ _ Full week session Non-Members:$160.00 Members:$140.00 *Four day session Non-Members:$140.00 Members:$120.00 VINTAGE KNITS CAMP* 7-12 years If you enjoy making your own creations like loom knitting, felted jewelry, wearable art, fuzzy stuffies or handmade treasures with yarn, don’t miss this week. Make your own loom knit hat or toy animal. It’s a fun week with games, outdoor fun and some painting and sewing thrown in for a craftacular time!  BARCODE 2936 Days Monday to Friday Date July 3-6 PIONEER CAMP 7-12 years Enjoy a fun historic look into the past! Make your own mini cabin, grow food, and play games the old fashioned way. Try spinning fleece into yarn or baking some jam tarts. See if your house is on one of the oldest maps of Woodstock! Old games, crafts, out trips and visitors make for a fun blast from the past.  BARCODE 2937 Days Monday to Friday Date July 9-13 FAIRY TALE CAMP 4-6 years Hear the stories people have been telling for years. You can dress up like Little Red Riding-hood or join the twinkle toes dancers in learning how fairies can be tricksters. Learn about Jack and the Beanstalk and the origins of the amazing tales, as we make crafts out of books, play games and use our imaginations.  BARCODE 2938 Days Monday to Friday Date July 16-20 SAY WHAT? 7-12 years Are you a lover of stories, tongue twisters and turns of phrase? Have you asked Siri a question or pulled out a dictionary? You can make up your own words, learn words from different languages and about how voice activated tech works. Each day will have different word games, literary crafts, and outdoor fun too.  BARCODE 2939 Days Monday to Friday Date July 23-27 BIRDS OF A FEATHER 4-6 years Are you fascinated by the birds at your backyard feeder but want to learn more? Let’s get outside and try to spot the birds in our parks. Young birders will get to learn about a variety of Canadian song birds, their nesting and migration habits. A flock of games, winged crafts and fun activities are planned.

 BARCODE 2940 Days Monday to Friday Date July 30-Aug 3 ENVIRO CAMP* 7-12 years Discover ways to enjoy nature and help the environment this week. Campers have a unique opportunity to explore, challenge themselves, collaborate with others, and spend time in the outdoors. Upcycling crafts, compost basics, and learning about our local leaders in sustainability. Gain an understanding of ecology and green living you can carry into adulthood.  BARCODE 2941 Days Tuesday to Friday Date August 7-10 UNICORN CAMP 7-12 years Our unicorn utopia has everything you need to fulfill your magical fantasies. Get glittered, make your fingers fantastic at the nail station, twist those tresses at the braid bar in our medieval fantasy week. Mythical creatures, such as unicorns will be the focus of crafts, games and more this week!

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Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 ALL AGES 32 ALL AGES A L L A G E S Weekend Crafts Age: Everyone Welcome Drop in to the Children’s Department throughout the year and make a fun craft to take home. Day Date Time Seasonal Craft Location Fee Sat Mar 10 10:00am–5:00pm March Break Library Free Sun Mar 11 1:00–5:00pm March Break Library Free Sat Mar 17 10:00am–5:00pm March Break Library Free Sun Mar 18 1:00–5:00pm March Break Library Free Sat Mar 31 10:00am–5:00pm Easter Library Free Sat May 12 10:00am–5:00pm Mother’s Day Library Free Sun May 13 1:00–5:00pm Mother’s Day Library Free Sat Jun 16 10:00am–5:00pm Father’s Day Library Free Sun Jun 17 1:00–5:00pm Father’s Day Library Free Sat Jun 30 10:00am–5:00pm Canada Day Library Free Artist TALK Age: Everyone Welcome Please join St. Thomas artist, Mary Donlan, as she talks us through the importance of her methods and practice of the creative process that produce the ethereal paintings in the Community Gallery exhibition, Layer by Layer. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Sat Mar 24 2:00pm 1 Woodstock Art Gallery FREE WAG It Wednesday Age: Everyone Welcome This is a family open studio program supported by Schaus Decorating and Design Centre Inc., 593 Dundas St., Woodstock. No registration is required. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Wed Apr 4 5:00–7:00pm 1st Wed of the month Woodstock Art Gallery FREE

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 ALL AGES 33 ALL AGES Family Yoga Age: Everyone Welcome Strengthen and build your connection with family through this family yoga class. Practice balance, breathing and coordination. This program is designed to be practiced between an adult and school age child. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Tue Apr 10 6:00-7:00pm 8 WDCC Mezz Room 3767 $80.00 Tue Jun 12 6:00-7:00pm 8 WDCC Mezz Room 3768 $80.00 Cycling Level 1 Age: 6+ Learn to Ride:Course focus is basic bike handling skills for adults or youth who have never ridden a bike. Instruction includes helmet fit, bike fit, ABC’s of bike safety readiness, handling skills, coasting/balancing, signaling, steering, go and stop. Bring bike, helmet, sunscreen, snack, water bottle. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Sun May 6 9:30am–12:00pm 1 Civic Centre 3593 $20.00 Youthquake 2018 Age: Everyone Welcome Join the gallery as we celebrate our youth! This is an event created by our youth for our youth. Experience new works of art created by school students selected to participate in the WAG’s annual education/exhibition program, ART BEAT. Discover a display of written word, listen to spoken word performances and view selected short films created by student finalists from The Youth Film Festival (YFF). This event has been generously sponsored by dj Design, Architectural HVAC. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Wed May 30 5:00–7:00pm 1 Woodstock Art Gallery FREE Family Geocaching Day Age: Everyone Welcome Get involved with Woodstock’s largest treasure hunt as we follow coordinates and learn navigational techniques to “cache in” and find treasure. This outdoor recreational activity is fun for all ages and those who enjoy adventure and the outdoors. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Sat Jun 9 1:00–4:00pm 1 SAC/Southside Park 3472 $25/family Sat Jul 21 1:00–4:00pm 1 SAC/Southside Park 3473 $25/family

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 ALL AGES 34 ALL AGES Friday Flicks Age: Everyone Welcome A different movie each Friday! Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Fri Jul 6 2:00–3:30pm 6 Library Free Cycling Level 2 Age: 12+ Course focus is for those that can ride a bike. Instruction includes helmet fit, bike fit, ABC’s of bike safety readiness, handling skills, straight line riding, braking, signaling, security, safety equipment, steering, shoulder checks, gearing, basic traffic dynamics. Bring bike, helmet, sunscreen, snack, water bottle. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Sat Jun 23 9:30am–1:00pm 1 WDCC Goff Hall 3594 $35.00 The green street will run for two days again this year during streetfest at the intersection on Dundas and Graham Street. The dates and times are as follows: Friday August 10th, 1:00–9:00pm & Saturday August 11th, 9:00am–9:00pm Come help promote a healthy active lifestyle in our community by participating in the Green Street Challenge this summer. The Parks Department is going to erect a green park in the heart of the downtown by laying sod on the streets to create a temporary play space. We want to help families remember the importance of unstructured play and getting active outside. Through fun activities for the whole family, we hope to inspire individuals to go outside in their backyards, trails, and neighborhood parks. Citizens of Woodstock, we challenge you to mark your calendars and plan to join in the fun at Streetfest on August 10th and 11th, 2018 in downtown Woodstock! Find out why at comealiveoutside.com.

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 TEENS 35 TEENS T E E N S Printmaking Possibilities: Basic Image Transfer Please see adult section, starting on pg. 40, for other workshops available for teens. Introduction to Painting Age: 13–17 Instructor: Jaclyn Caughill Students will discover the elements and principles of art as they explore a variety of painting exercises, demonstrations and projects. All materials are included in the cost of registration. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Sat Mar 10 10:30am–2:00pm 2 Woodstock Art Gallery 2825 $45.00/non-member $35.00/member Principles of Healthy Child Development Age: 13+ High Five®training provides participants with nationally recognized certification that will assist them in working with children’s programs in the sport and recreation industry. Several municipalities, not-for-profit organizations, and service providers either require or recommend High five certification for employment. The Principles of Healthy Child Development certification course is designed to assist leaders in best practices for delivering programs to children. This one day course is a requirement for anyone interested in working for the City of Woodstock Summer programs and/or recreation programs. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Sat Mar 17 9:00am–3:30pm 1 SAC Room A 2052 $67.80 Sat Jun 23 9:00am–3:30pm 1 SAC Room A 3564 $67.80 TAG–Teen Advisory Group Age: 13–17 The Library is looking for teens in grades 8 to 12 who want the opportunity to share their ideas for ways to improve our teen space, YA collections and help to plan fun events for teens. You can also earn community service hours towards your high school diploma. Interested teens can fill out the application form available at the library or on our website. New members are always welcome! Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Tue Mar 20 7:00–8:00pm 4 Library Free

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 TEENS 36 TEENS Teen Drop In Age: 12–16 Drop in on the 4th Tuesday evening of each month for a variety of fun activities using our virtual reality, PS4, iPads, art projects and much more. Snacks provided. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Tue Mar 27 6:30–8:00pm 4 Library Free Kitchen Prep Age: 12–14 Tired of frozen dinners when you’re home alone? Want to learn how to make meals for you and your family? This program will focus on teaching the safety, preparation, and clean up. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Thu Apr 5 7:45–9:15pm 6 WCI Room 205 3481 $61.50 Thu May 24 7:45–9:15pm 6 WCI Room 205 3482 $61.50 Learn to Lead Age: 12–14 This program prepares young people for life and leadership opportunities through dynamic and fun team building experiences. This program will challenge attitudes and ways of thinking to help young people reach their full potential as leaders, whether it is in their school, in their work or in their community. Their personal limits will be tested in order to better prepare them for life. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Thu Apr 5 6:00–8:00pm 6 SAC Room A 3483 $84.25 Basketball Age: 12–14 Recreational activities will help develop hand/ eye coordination and will focus on developing the fundamental skills of basketball. Emphasis is on passing, ball control skills and shooting. Participants will enjoy practicing their skills in a fun and active environment.

Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Wed Apr 11 7:00–8:00pm 8 Springbank Public School 3484 $50.00 Wed Jun 20 7:00–8:00pm 1 Park Row 3485 $6.25 Wed Jul 18 7:00-8:00pm 1 Park Row 3486 $6.25 Wed Aug 8 7:00-8:00pm 1 Park Row 3487 $6.25

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 TEENS 37 TEENS Teen Yoga Age: 13–17 Participants will learn yoga through the use of themes and practical life concepts such as establishing balanced, creating strength and expanding self- awareness. Classes are designed to make learning fun and to enable students to take their lessons off the mat and into their home and school life. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Wed Apr 11 7:30-8:30pm 8 WDCC Mezz Room 3488 $66.00 Wed Jun 20 7:30-8:30pm 1 WDCC Mezz Room 3489 $8.25 Tue Jul 24 7:30-8:30pm 1 WDCC Mezz Room 3563 $8.25 Wed Aug 8 7:30-8:30pm 1 WDCC Mezz Room 3490 $8.25 ARTFUL PossABILITIES Age: 11–17 Instructor: Dianne Payne Please join Expressive Arts practitioner, Dianne Payne as she introduces youth to Artful PossABILITIES. This workshop is designed for youth ages 11 and up, and is specifically geared towards youth on the autism spectrum and their support workers (if required). Participants discover self-expression through the creative process of encaustic painting*. Students will create art cards to make, take and share. Explore your abilities and make art for the health of it! Participants in this workshop will have the opportunity to showcase their work in WAG’s 2018 YOUTHQUAKE event. All tools and materials are included in the cost of registration. *Encaustic painting is the process of painting with coloured wax on a clean warm surface. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Sat Apr 14 10:30am–1:00pm 1 Woodstock Art Gallery 2977 $45.00/non-member $35.00/member Portfolio PA Day Age: 11–17 Instructor: Mercedes Schuster High school students are invited to register for an afternoon mentorship session with award winning emerging arts professional, Mercedes Schuster. Schuster will address portfolio preparation and include a number of activities to hone such skills required to pursue post-secondary studies in the visual arts. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Fri Apr 27 1:00–4:00pm 1 Woodstock Art Gallery 2979 $45.00/non-member $35.00/member

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 TEENS 38 TEENS Photography Age: 13–17 Do you have an interest in taking photos and getting the perfect shot? Come learn different techniques to improve your photography skills. Learn about lighting, backgrounds and even how to take the perfect selfie! Please bring your own camera. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Tue May 8 7:00–8:00pm 6 WDCC Mezz Room 3491 $49.50 Safeguard Age: 13+ Safeguard is a safety supervision training for guardians (e.g, day camp counsellors, counsellors- in-training and others) who accompany groups of young people to pools or waterfronts. The course stresses the responsibility undertaken by these group leaders for safeguarding the young people in their care even when under lifeguard supervision. Safeguard focuses on water safety awareness, accident prevention and the principles of aquatic safety supervision. Safeguard teaches participants how to identify hazards and at-risk behaviours, how to recognize potential victims, and how to respond safely in an aquatic emergency. This is a required course for those wanting to work for the City of Woodstock Summer Camps. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Sun May 27 12:00–4:00pm 1 SAC Viewing Gallery 3569 $22.60 Sat Jun 16 12:00–4:00pm 1 SAC Viewing Gallery 3568 $22.60 Kitchen Prep For Students Age: 16+ Going off to school and moving out involves a lot of change for students! Help make the transition easier by ensuring you know how to cook for yourself. In this class you will learn how to make easy meals for single portions, how to eat healthy on a student’s budget and how to work safely in the kitchen. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Mon Jul 30 6:00–7:30pm 1 WDCC Goff Hall 3577 $30.00 Summer Volunteering @ WPL Age: 13–17 We are looking for high school aged teens (including those starting grade 9 in September) to help out with our children’s programming and pop-up activities in the Kid’s department throughout the summer. It’s a fun way to earn community service hours. Just pick up an application at the library to apply and get more details. Day Date Time Location Fee Mon to Fri July & August During regular library hours Library Free

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 TEENS 39 TEENS Escape the Library Age: 12–16 Try escaping WPL’s version of an escape room. Team up with friends to solve puzzles, riddles and the ultimate mystery. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Tue Jul 10 5:30–6:00pm 6:30–7:00pm 7:30–8:00pm 1 Library Free Summer Teen Drop In: Virtual Reality Age: 12–16 Drop in and check out our new VR! Snacks provided. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Tue Jul 24 6:30–8:00pm 1 Library Free Tue Aug 21 6:30–8:00pm 1 Library Free Summer Teen Drop In: Crafting & Video Gaming Age: 12–16 Drop in and for crafting and video gaming with your friends. Snacks provided. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Tue Aug 7 6:30–8:00pm 1 Library Free

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 ADULTS 40 ADULTS A D U LT S Computer Skills Club Age: Adult Come learn and practice basic computer skills in a supportive environment. New topics each week include using a mouse and keyboard, navigating the Internet, saving a document, and emailing a photo. It is not necessary to register for all 3 sessions. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Fri Mar 2 2:00–3:00pm 1 Library Free Fri Mar 9 2:00–3:00pm 1 Library Free Fri Mar 23 2:00–3:00pm 1 Library Free Printmaking Possibilities: Basic Image Transfer Age: 13+ Instructor: Ron Milton Instructor portion of this program has been generously sponsored by the Oxford Community Foundation. You don’t need to be an artist to discover the endless possibilities that printmaking or stamping has to offer. This basic 4 week session is an opportunity for everyone to check out the WAG’s newly developed environmentally responsible printmaking studio with no pressure. Students can sample a variety of methods and practices, and make a beautifully designed stamp, to create multiple prints suitable for greeting or birthday cards. All materials are included in the cost of registration. Students are asked to bring in images or photographs of interest if they wish to use as reference material. This session is part of the IMPRINTING GENERATIONS project, funded by Service Canada, New Horizons for Seniors. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Wed Mar 7–28 6:30–8:30pm 4 Woodstock Art Gallery 2950 $100.00/non-member $85.00/member Mind, Body and Soul Age: Adult Join us for our continuing series of health and wellness lectures in the fiction area of the Library. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Thu Mar 8 7:00–8:00pm Mindfulness meditation with Patricia Baigent Library Free Wed Apr 25 7:00–8:00pm Benefits of massage therapy with Jennifer Pullen and Jenne Todd of Synergy Massage – Wellness Specialists Library Free

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 ADULTS 41 ADULTS Brain Games Age: 18+ Gather in the rotunda area of the library Monday mornings for a great workout for the brain. Socialize as you play Marbles & Cards, Scrabble, Qwirkle, and other fun games for the mind. Refreshments are permitted. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Mon Mar 12 10:15am–12:15pm 14 Library Free Calling All “Mahj” Fans! Age: Adult For American Mah-jongg players looking for a friendly game, join us in the program room. We can accommodate up to 12 players, so first come, first serve. Refreshments are permitted. Please note that players gather in the fiction area of the Library on March 12 and during July and August. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Tue Mar 12 10:15am–12:15pm 25 Library Free Book a Librarian Age: 14+ Call to book a 30 minute session with a librarian to cover a variety of topics: downloading eBooks and eAudio books, navigating your hand held devices, using our local history collection, hands on tutorials for our library online resources such as Ancestry, NoveList, Hoopla, RB Digital Magazines, Freegal, etc., research topics–the sky’s the limit! Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Wed Mar 14 6:00–7:45pm 25 Library Free Fri Mar 16 10:15am–12:00pm 24 Library Free Sat Mar 17 10:15am–12:00pm 20 Library Free Traveloguing @ WPL Age: Adult Join us in the fiction are of the Library for our annual series of travel talks. Day Date Time Session Location Fee Thu Mar 15 7:00–8:00pm Singapore with Rosalind Corner Library Free Thu Apr 12 7:00–8:00pm River cruising Vietnam and Cambodia with Diane Harvey Library Free Thu Apr 26 7:00–8:00pm Japanese landscapes with Larry Lamb Library Free Thu May 17 7:00–8:00pm Hiking Mont Blanc with Sandy Smith Library Free

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 ADULTS 42 ADULTS Tabletop Gaming Age: Adult Drop into the Library every Friday evening for tabletop games in our program room. Choose from a variety of WPL’s games such as Settlers of Catan, or bring one of your own to share with the others. Have fun, improve your strategic thinking and take over the world… all in one night. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Fri Mar 16 6:30–8:00pm 15 Library Free Writer’s Circle Age: Adult Have you ever wanted to write fiction, craft a memoir or write poetry? Would you like feedback, encouragement and the chance to share with other writers? Then join our writer’s circle open to all ages from teen to senior. The group meets the first and third Wednesday each month. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Wed Mar 21 6:00–8:15pm 11 Library Free LIFE DRAWING–Discover a NEW way of seeing Age: 16+ Guest instructor: Ron Milton–Jason Deary (select dates only) Weekly figure drawing classes include a curriculum, at-home practice and monthly critique by arts professional, Ron Milton. Models will be posing nude and/or in costume for various lengths of time throughout the evening. Registrants are required to bring their own drawing tools and materials. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Wed Mar 21 7:00–9:00pm 8 Woodstock Art Gallery 2853 $96.00/member or $15.00 per week (10% discount for students) Pub Trivia Night Age: Adult Join us at Upper Thames Brewing Co. once a month for Pub Trivia, where you and your teammates will test your smarts against other beer enthusiasts. Upper Thames Brewing Co. will sell the drinks and WPL will provide the questions! Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Wed Mar 21 7:00–9:00pm 1 Library Free Wed Apr 18 7:00–9:00pm 1 Library Free

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 ADULTS 43 ADULTS Tech Test Drive New Age: Adult Try out WPL’s newest technologies and devices. Test drive coding robots, magnetic building blocks, coding, gaming consoles, virtual reality headset and more. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Thu Mar 22 6:30–7:30pm 1 Library Free Pysanky Egg Dying Workshop Age: Adult Explore the art of historical Ukrainian egg dying in this hands-on adult workshop. The amazingly intricate method of egg decorating is brought back by popular demand! All materials included. Space is limited so call now to register for this unique class. Day Date Time Location Barcode Fee Sat Mar 24 1:00–4:00pm Woodstock Museum 2440 $30.00/non-member $25.00/member See You at the Movies The Woodstock Art Gallery is celebrating our 20th Anniversary of SEE YOU @ THE MOVIES program in partnership with the Toronto International Film Festival Film Circuit outreach program. The TIFF’s Film Circuit outreach program brings the best of Canadian and International films and artists to Woodstock. Visit woodstockartgallery.ca for upcoming movie listings. LET’S CELEBRATE! Mark your calendar! Advanced Seasons Passes go on sale Monday, July 30, 2018 for WAG Members. Passes will be available to purchase for the general public at 10:00 am on Tuesday August 7, 2018. Mar 26: sponsored by Fanshawe College *Jun 18: sponsored by Oxford Pride Committee Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Mon Mar 26 Apr 30 May 28 *Jun 18 4:00pm & 7:00pm Last Monday of the month Gallery Cinemas Rush single tickets on sale 20 mins. prior to screening $9/each *Please note: June film will not be screened on the last Monday of the month.

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 ADULTS 44 ADULTS Basics of Wire Art Jewellery Workshop Age: 16+ Instructor: Judy Feskun Students will learn basic techniques for making wire jewellery. At least two projects will be completed. Students will take with them a step-by-step list of instructions to insure future success with the designs that have been shared in the workshop! Explore design, composition, and discuss proper tools and materials. All tools will be available for use in the workshop and all materials are included in the cost of registration. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Wed Mar 28 6:30–9:00pm 1 Woodstock Art Gallery 2826 $45.00/non-member $35.00/member Afternoon Book Club Age: Adult Join any or all of our afternoon book clubs for thoughtful discussion and refreshments. Day Date Time Book Title Location Fee Thu Apr 5 1:00–2:30pm The Accusation: Forbidden Stories from Inside North Korea by Bandi Library Free Thu May 3 1:00–2:30pm Floating Admiral and/or Sinking Admiral Library Free Thu Jun 7 1:00–2:30pm The Other Einstein by Marie Benedict Library Free Evening Book Club Age: 18+ Join any or all of our evening book clubs for thoughtful discussion and refreshments. Day Date Time Book Title Location Fee Thu Apr 5 7:00–8:15pm The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley by Hannah Tinti Library Free Thu May 3 7:00–8:15pm The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben Library Free Thu Jun 1 7:00–8:15pm The short-listed title for the Stephen Leacock Award 2018 Library Free Parent & Tot Yoga Age: 16+ Join us for an hour of yoga with you and your 3 month to 3 year old. Practice strengthening core muscles, breathing and stability all while playing and engaging with your young one. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Mon Apr 9 10:00–11:00am 8 WDCC Mezz Room 3579 $80.00

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 ADULTS 45 ADULTS Resistance Band for Beginners Age: 16+ Join us for this 45 minute once per week class that will ensure you get a great workout while having fun! Resistance bands are great to increase strength without having to carry around a lot of heavy equipment. Open to all levels but designed for the beginner exerciser. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Mon Apr 9 7:30–8:15pm 6 WDCC Mezz Room 3496 $43.50 Mon Jul 9 7:30–8:15pm 6 WDCC Mezz Room 3499 $43.50 Digital Media Basics Age: Adult Learn how to download or stream music and movies; also download images to your computer and mobile device. Featuring Library eMusic and eMovie services. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Mon Apr 9 10:15am–12:00pm 1 Library Free Stretch and Relax Age: 16+ Know the importance of stretching but find you often neglect it? Register for this 6 week program to set you on a consistent routine of stretching. In this class you will learn how to stretch safely and effectively to alleviate stress, improve flexibility, reduce muscle soreness and increase overall wellbeing. Please bring your own yoga mat. This class is for beginners. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Tue Apr 10 7:30–8:15pm 6 SAC Room A 3565 $43.50 Tue May 22 7:30-8:30pm 6 SAC Room A 3566 $43.50 Tue Jul 10 7:30-8:15pm 6 SAC Room A 3567 $43.50 Parent Sign Language for Tots Age: 18+ Learn how to communicate with your baby through sign language with our beginner’s sign language class. This class will teach you the basics and provide you with the tools you need to be able to start teaching your child how to speak through sign language. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Tue Apr 10 9:30–10:30am 6 Mezz Room 3581 $60.00

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 ADULTS 46 ADULTS Baby and Me Fitness This weekly class will incorporate muscular conditioning, cardiovascular exercises and stretches. Your baby will enjoy their experience being used as resistance while they are lifted and cuddled throughout the class. This program is geared towards parents who are looking to incorporate physical activity back into their lifestyle up to 1 year following the birth of their child. Please bring your own yoga mat. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Wed Apr 11 11:00–11:45am 6 WDCC Mezz Room 3505 $43.50 Spring Card Making Workshop Age: 16+ Instructor: Pat Menary Students will learn how fun and creative greeting card stamping can be! Explore design, composition, and discuss proper tools and materials. All materials are included in the cost of registration. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Wed Apr 11 6:30–9:00pm 1 Woodstock Art Gallery 2952 $45.00/non-member $35.00/member Android Tablets for Beginners Age: Adult A hands-on Android tablet basics workshop. Learn about buttons, ports and more. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Fri Apr 13 2:00–3:45pm 1 Library Free Mythical Beast Illumination Workshop Age: 16+ Instructor: Debbie T. Wilson Students will learn techniques used by medieval artisans to produce gilded (real 23k gold leaf) and watercolour painted beasts a la Harry Potter. All materials are included in the cost of registration. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Sat Apr 14 10:30am–4:00pm 1 Woodstock Art Gallery 2959 $100.00/non-member $85.00/member Vegetarian Cooking Age: 18+ If you are a vegetarian or interested in learning about making more healthy foods this class is for you. Explore different meals and snacks to make that give you the nutrients you need without using meat. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Wed Apr 18 6:00–7:30pm 1 WDCC Goff Hall 3583 $30.00

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 ADULTS 47 ADULTS Android Tablets for Intermediate Users Age: Adult This is continuation of the hands-on Android tablet basics workshop for beginners. Learn even more about your Android tablet including the Google Play Store, Settings App and more. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Fri Apr 20 2:00–3:45pm 1 Library Free Open Lab: Online Learning Age: Adult Learn about where to find online courses, including Library eResources, then try them out yourself.

Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Mon Apr 23 10:15am–12:00pm 1 Library Free Sharing the Mosaic Experience Age: Adult and Youth pairing This half-day workshop provides an opportunity for adult/youth partners to learn the basics of glass mosaic together. Collaborate, bond and create. All tools and materials are provided to a maximum of 8 pairs for a dynamic intergenerational bonding experience. A mosaic is a piece of art or image made from the assemblage of small pieces of colored glass, stone, or other materials. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Sat Apr 28 1:00–4:00pm 1 Woodstock Art Gallery 2960 $45.00/non-member* $35.00/member* * Please note, cost is per person. Ultimate Frisbee Age: 18+ Speed, agility and Frisbees. This high energy non-contact sport is a great way to get out and active this season. Practice and learn ultimate Frisbee basics and scrimmage with others. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Wed May 2 6:00–7:00pm 8 Southside Park 3513 $58.00 Wed Jul 4 6:00–7:00pm 8 Southside Park 3514 $58.00 iPad for Beginners Age: Adult A hands-on iPad basics workshop. Learn about buttons, ports and more. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Mon May 7 2:00–3:45pm 1 Library Free

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 ADULTS 48 ADULTS Seed Library Age: 18+ Spring is here and it is time to visit our seed library to “borrow” vegetable and flower seeds to enhance your garden. In the fall, drop off your seeds for others to borrow next spring. Date Time Location Fee Mar–May Daily Library Free New Home Owner: Household Budget Age: 18+ You just bought your first house; this is an exciting and expensive time. The Household Budget course teaches you how to make a budget. Learn how to manage your money and how you can cut back when money is tight. Please bring a calculator. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Thu May 17 5:30–8:30pm 1 SAC Room A 3585 $60.00 iPad for Intermediate Users Age: Adult This is a continuation of the iPad basics workshop for beginners. Learn even more about your iPad including the App Store, Settings App and more. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Fri May 18 2:00–3:45pm 1 Library Free iPad for Advance Users Age: Adult Discover how to access Library eBooks with your iPad. Learn how to check out, download and read eBooks using OverDrive, Libby and Hoopla apps on you iPad. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Fri May 25 2:00–3:45pm 1 Library Free iPad Photos Age: Adult Learn more about your iPad camera and photos apps. Learn how to take photos, plus organize and download from iCloud and share your photos and albums. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Fri Jun 1 2:00–3:45pm 1 Library Free

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 ADULTS 49 ADULTS Introduction to iCloud Age: Adult Learn what iCloud and iCloud Drive are and how this cloud computing service can be useful for you. Bring your Apple device and your questions. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Fri Jun 8 2:00–3:45pm 1 Library Free Introduction to Windows 10 Age: Adult Learn about the new features of your Windows 10 computer including the Start Menu, Microsoft Edge, Cortana, Action Center and more. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Fee Fri Jun 15 2:00–3:45pm 1 Library Free Cooking on a Budget Age: 18+ Looking to get the most bang for your buck? We spend a significant amount of money on groceries every week. Learn how to make healthy and quick meals for your family and stick to a budget. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Tue Jul 24 6:00–7:30pm 1 WDCC Goff Hall 3587 $30.00 Tue Aug 21 6:00–7:30pm 1 WDCC Goff Hall 3588 $30.00 Appetizers That Wow Age: 18+ Are you an entertainer at heart and want to show off with some great food? This class will provide you with several recipes for appetizers that are sure to WOW your guests. Practice with presentation skills and fun recipes. Day Date Time Session(s) Location Barcode Fee Wed Jul 25 6:00–7:30pm 1 WDCC Goff Hall 3590 $30.00

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 ADULTS 50 ADULTS South Gate Centre 191 Old Wellington Street South • 519-539-9817 • www.southgatectr.com Please visit us online at www.southgatectr.com or drop by our facility for more information. Registered Programs Everyone Welcome! Member and Non-member pricing available. Activity Intensity Day Time REGISTERED Art – Painting Monday 9:30 am Beginners Nordic Pole Walking   Friday 10:15 am Belly Dancing   Wednesday 1:00 pm Chair Yoga  Wednesday 11:30 am History Class Tuesday 1:00 pm Osteo Moves  Thursday 1:00 pm Oxford Creative Connections Workshops Thursday 2:15 pm Silver Chimers Music Thursday 2:00 pm Stretch & Relaxation  Wednesday 1:00 pm Ukulele for Beginners Thursday 1:00 pm Woodshop Monday–Friday 8:30 am Yoga  Monday,Wednesday, Thursday 10:00 am, 6:30 pm Zumba  Tuesday 9:15 am Local Roots Café SG Local Roots Café is known for our affordable & delicious home cooked meals & baking! Open to the public, Monday thru Friday, 11:30am–1:00pm! Menu available online: www.southgatectr.com/lunch-menu Looking for a Hall for Your Wedding, Anniversary, Party… Try our Newly Renovated Altadore Hall • Room capacity seats 200. • Beautiful outside grounds. Fitness Intensity Levels: Light  Medium   High  • Onsite caterer.

• Decoration package available. • Covered pergola and gazebo • Please call with any questions or to set up an appointment to tour our facility. Call 519-539-9817 ext. 230

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 ADULTS 51 ADULTS SG Regular Programs Everyone Welcome! No fee with All Inclusive Membership. Activity Intensity Day Time LEISURE Beginner Billiards Thursday 9:00 am Billiards Monday,Wednesday, Friday 9:00 am Bingo Fridays 1:00 pm Carpet Bowling Monday 1:00 pm Darts Thursday 7:00 pm Shuffleboard Tuesday,Thursday 9:00 am CARDS Bridge Tuesday,Thursday 1:00 pm Euchre Monday,Thursday Mon 7:00 pm,Thur 1:00 pm Klaverjas Tuesday 6:30 pm Pepper Tuesday,Wednesday 1:00 pm FITNESS Bollywood and Belly Dancing  Monday 8:00 am Come Dancing   Tuesday 6:30 pm Fitness   Monday,Wednesday, Friday 7:45 am, 9:00 am FUN Fit  Tuesday,Wednesday, Friday Tue 10:15 am,Wed 11:15 am, Fri 11:00 am Line Dancing   Wednesday 8:30 am, 10:10 am Nordic Pole Walking   Friday 10:15 am Stability Ball / Just Weights  Monday 10:15 am Strictly Cardio  Monday,Wednesday Mon 11:15 am,Wed 10:15 am Tai Chi  Tuesday, Friday Tue 1:00 pm, Fri 10:30 am Total Body Workout  Tuesday,Thursday 11:10 am Trail Walkers   Friday 10:15 am Why Weight  Tuesday,Thursday 8:00 am MUSIC SG Musicares Monday 1:00 pm SG Singers Wednesday 1:00 pm CREATIVE Bunka Tuesday 10:00 am Crochet/Knitting Friday 1:00 pm Knitting Group Monday, Friday Mon 10:15 am, Fri 1:00 pm Open Studio Wednesday 2:30 pm Woodshop Daily 8:30 am Volunteer Want to Make a Difference, Meet New People? Consider VOLUNTEERING at South Gate Centre. To discuss the possibilities, please call 519-539-9812 ext. 224. Fitness Intensity Levels: Light  Medium   High 

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 AQUATICS 52 AQUATICS A Q U AT I C S Aquatics Facilities Facility Address Features & General Info Program Info Southside Aquatic Centre 315 Finkle Street • “L” Shaped 25m six lane section • 10m by 10m deep end • Diving Board • Ramp Entry • Sauna • 3 change room options (mens, ladies and family) • Meeting Room • Viewing Gallery Swim Times: See pg. 58. Swim Lessons: See pg. 60. Lions Pool 245 Vansittart Avenue • Heated • Outdoor • 105’ by 45’ built in 1947 Swim Times: See pg. 65.

Swim Lessons: See pg. 65. Spray & Play Wading Pool 315 Finkle Street, behind Southside Aquatic Centre Entrance and parking available around back. • Shallow water play facility • Wading pool • Splash and Spray structure • Slide to catch pool • Dry land playground • Picnic tables and observation deck • Snack booth Opens Sat and Sun all June Summer Hours run Jun 29–Sep 4 Hours of Operation: 10:00am–6:00pm Quiet Hours: 10:00am–12:00pm and 4:00–5:00pm. During a heat alert, the wading pool will stay open until 7:00pm. City of Woodstock Splash Pads Cowan Fields 1459 Devonshire Avenue • Splash Pad – 17 water features • Playground • Seasonal Washrooms Opens Jun 1 Hours of Operation: 9:00am-9:00pm Vansittart Park 170 Vansittart Avenue between Drew St & Ingersoll Ave • Spray Pad – four water features • Playground • Picnic Area • Seasonal Portable washrooms Opens Jun 1 Hours of Operation: 9:00am-9:00pm

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 AQUATICS 53 Aquatic Admission Fees Please note: Fees include HST. Drop In Rates Age Group Single Book of 10 Youth (1-17) $2.75 $24.75 Adult $4.00 $36.00 Senior (60+) $3.25 $29.25 Group * $9.00 $81.00 Aqua-fit $5.25 $47.25 Water Walking $3.75 $33.75 *(At least 1 adult and 1 youth, Max of 5) Membership Rates Recreation Membership (Recreation Swims) Age Group 1 Month 3 Month 1 Year Youth (1-17) $20 $50 $175 Adult $35 $90 $325 Senior (60+) $30 $75 $275 FITNESS MEMBERSHIP (Aqua-fit & Water Walking) $45 $115 $400 Spray & Play Wading Pool Age Group Jun 29 to Sep 4 Youth $3.00 Adult FREE Combo (includes afternoon Public Swim) $3.50 Summer Swim Pass For Southside Aquatic Centre and all seasonal facilities. Does not include instructed fitness classes. Age Group Jun 29 to Sep 3 Youth $30.00 Adult $40.00 Recreational Swim Descriptions Public Swim All sections of the pool are available for everyone to enjoy a leisurely swim.Admission standards and parent to child ratios apply. Adult and Child Swim A portion of the shallow area is available for adults with young children to enjoy a quiet swim. Pool is shared with other programming. Admission standards and parent to child ratios apply. Lane Swim Two or more lanes are open for swimming lengths. Lanes are set up by pace. Circle swimming is in use and will be enforced.A leisure lane is available. Pool may be shared with other programming. Drop in Fitness Program Descriptions Shallow Water Aquafit An excellent fitness class in the water for all age groups. Instructors are trained in the latest techniques in providing safe aquatic exercises to improve flexibility, aerobic capacity, muscular strength and endurance.

Deep Water Aqua-fit A challenging, non-impact program conducted in deep water. Participants should be comfortable in deep water. Buoyancy belts are required and provided. Water Walking A low-impact exercise, water walking provides an excellent aerobic workout, as the water provides more resistance than air.You are strengthening and building muscle as you water walk.

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 AQUATICS 54 AQUATICS 12+ 12+ Ages 5 & Under Ages 6–9 Ages 6–9 Swim Test GENERAL INFORMATION Footwear Outdoor footwear (shoes or boots) is not allowed near the showers or pool area. Individuals with serious medical conditions (seizure disorders, etc.) Those with seizure disorders or other serious medical conditions should be accompanied by an individual (14 years or older) knowledgeable of their condition. Shower All swimmers must shower from head to toe with soap and water before entering the pool. (Reg 565.s.19.2) Pool Temperature We do our best to maintain the pool temperature between 83-84°F; the pool temperature may vary depending on the bather load and time of day. Swim Attire Participants who do not have a bathing suit may wear clean clothes that have been brought to the pool for swimming. Underwear or garments that have been cut off are not acceptable.

All Children not toilet trained must wear: • Plastic pants with tight fitting elastic around the legs and waist • Disposable or reusable swim diapers For your convenience, swim diapers can be purchased at Southside Aquatic Centre and Lion’s Pool. Photography Policy at the Pool The privacy and comfort of our pool customers is important to us! Therefore the use of any device capable of rendering a photographic image is prohibited in showers, change rooms, washrooms and adjoining areas.Your cooperation is appreciated. Lockers & Jewellery Lockers are provided for your use. Some lockers will require you to bring your own lock. Please do not wear any jewellery while swimming. Please Always Lock Your Locker. Do not leave anything in the stalls.We are not responsible for lost or stolen items. Pool Contaminations The City of Woodstock follows the guidelines of the Oxford County Public Health Unit and the Centre for Disease Control for pool contaminations. Pools will be closed from one (1) to twenty-four (24) hours depending on the contamination.To prevent Recreational Water Illnesses please do not come swimming if you are ill, have open sores, a rash, or experiencing nausea, vomiting or diarrhea.

AQUATICS RENTALS Payment and a signed contract are due at least 2 weeks in advance. Short notice (within 2 weeks) rentals may be accepted on a case by case basis. (All rates include HST). Bookings are made by emailing parksandrecreation@cityofwoodstock.ca or by calling 519-421-7665 ext. 2701. Admission Policy Colour Policy Red Band • All Children 5 years of age or under MUST swim in the shallow end with a Parent/Guardian (12+years) • Children must remain within direct supervision and within arm’s reach • Maximum of 2 children per each Parent/Guardian (1:2) Yellow Band • Children 6–9 years. MUST swim in the shallow end with Parent/Guardian (12+ years) • Children must remain within direct supervision and within arm’s reach • Maximum of 4 children per each Parent/Guardian (1:4) Green Band • Children 6–9 years who pass the Swim Admission Test may swim unaccompanied • Children with green bands may be asked to take the test if aquatic staff are concerned that they cannot demonstrate the ability to maintain the Swim Admission Standard • All patrons 10+ years must wear a green band to public swims.

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 AQUATICS 55 AQUATICS Swimming Lessons Program length 10 session* 9 Sessions* 8 sessions* 30 minutes (Parent & Tot to Swimmer 2) $67.50 $60.75 $54.00 45 minutes (Swimmer 3–Swimmer 6) $70.00 $63.00 $56.00 60 minutes (Swimmer 7–Swimmer 9) $72.50 $65.25 $58.00 Privates (30mins) $220.00 $198.00 $176.00 Semi-privates (30mins) Must be booked at the same time $160.00 $144.00 $128.00 *Add $5 for non-residents What to expect from swimming lessons Developing swimming skills requires a lot of practice and positive feedback to be successful.We encourage you to talk with your child about his/her lessons. Make sure that you have realistic expectations and your child feels no pressure to “pass” a level.You both should acknowledge the importance of completing the skills taught in each lesson at a pace that is suitable for your child. Swimming lessons are a long-term progression.

Deck Supervisor We have, during all lesson times, a deck supervisor available to you. If you have any concerns, questions, or comments please do not hesitate to communicate with this designated person at any time.They are available to you to make sure your child is having a safe and fun lesson every time. First Lesson In our effort to ensure that your child receives the best possible instruction, we ask that you bring your child’s most recent report card with him/her to the first lesson.This will help your swim instructor tailor their classes to effectively meet the needs of each child. Fifth Lesson On the fifth lesson for each session we offer parents and guardians an opportunity to take photos of their child swimming.As well, instructors will end the class 5 minutes early to do a mini-evaluation and talk to parents about any concerns they may have. Please ask the deck supervisor for more details. Progress Evaluation All participants in swimming lessons are evaluated on an ongoing basis throughout the session. Parents or guardians may talk with instructors at the beginning or end of each class about any concerns.

Registration and Transfers Registration will be permitted as long as space is available in the classes.Transfers will be permitted for the first 2 weeks of lessons.Talk to the deck supervisor immediately if you feel your child needs to be transferred, so we can make the switch as soon as possible. Waiting Lists If your child cannot be placed in any of your class choices, he/she will be placed on a waiting list, in numerical order, for your requested class time. If a spot opens staff will contact you and inform you that a spot has opened up and you will have 24hrs to register for your reserved spot. If you are registered in a class already, we cannot put you on a waiting list for another class. We Cancelled It Sometimes excellent programs with super instructors are cancelled when too many people wait until the last minute to register. Don’t wait, avoid disappointment and register early! Classes with low enrolment will be either cancelled or combined with another level approximately 10 days prior to the start date.

Instructors, Assistant Instructors and Volunteers All classes will be taught by a qualified instructor. Our instructors have spent more than 200 hours taking courses and volunteering in aquatic instructional programs to prepare them to teach your children.As well, our assistant instructors are assigned to programs each evening. They are our future instructors and have spent more than 100 hours taking courses and volunteering in preparation to assist with classes.The assistant instructors are assigned to classes the supervisor feels would most benefit from their involvement. Concerns or Questions?

Your feedback is very important to us as it helps us provide quality programs and successful aquatic experiences.A pool deck supervisor is on duty at all times during our lesson programs.As lesson experts, the supervisors are available to answer your questions and assist with any of your concerns. Should you have a concern, do not hesitate to speak with a pool deck supervisor immediately; we encourage you to not wait until the last class. Inclement Weather During inclement weather, please check the city’s website (www.cityofwoodstock.ca) and the city of Woodstock Facebook page for any cancellations.

Missed a Lesson? Unfortunately, due to the large volume of swimming participants, we are unable to make up or reschedule missed lessons. Lessons or program sessions missed by participants will not be rescheduled or refunded. If you miss the last lesson, you may pick up your progress report at Southside Aquatic Centre. Instructor Requests We review all requests for specific instructors or specific gender of instructors; however we are unable to guarantee that any specific request will be granted.

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 AQUATICS 56 AQUATICS How to Register You can register online at www.cityofwoodstock.ca/onlineregistration, by calling Southside Aquatic Centre, or in person at Southside Aquatic Centre or Lion’s Pool. Please always select a couple of times that work well with your schedule so we can place you into a class easily. If you are not sure where to register your child, ask their current instructor or come in during a public swim time so we can do an assessment. Payment must be made at the time of registration. PRIVATES & SEMI PRIVATE A one-to-one or a two-to-one instructional setting to provide extra attention to a specific skill. Semi-private participants must be registered at the same time. The City of Woodstock does not provide matches. Private and semi-private lessons run for 30mins. However, we will be taking private lesson requests which will allow us to accommodate more privates. Call 519‑421‑7665 to submit your requests. SWIM LESSON DESCRIPTIONS PARENT & TOT PROGRAM Spend quality time with your child while you have fun together, learn and socialize. We stress the importance of play while developing water-positive attitudes and skills, through structured in-water interaction between parent and child.We provide Lifesaving Society Water Smart® tips on keeping your child safe in any aquatic setting. Certified instructors provide guidance and answers to your questions. Because activities and progressions are based on child development, register in the level appropriate for your child’s age: 4–12 months, 12–24 months or 2–3 years. PARENT & TOT 1 Designed for children 4 to 12 months, they will learn to be comfortable in the water with the parent or caregiver.

Class Length: 30 mins PARENT & TOT 2 Designed for children 12 to 24 months, they will learn to enjoy the water with the parent or caregiver. Class Length: 30 mins PARENT & TOT 3 Designed for children 2 to 3 years, they will learn to enjoy the water with the parent or caregiver and prepare for independent swimming lessons. Class Length: 30 mins PRESCHOOL AGE – LEARN TO SWIM PROGRAM Give your child a head start in learning to swim.The City of Woodstock Learn to Swim Program develops an appreciation and healthy respect for the water before kids get in too deep. In our basic aquatic progressions, we work to ensure 3 to 5 year olds become comfortable in the water and have fun acquiring and developing a foundation of water skills.We incorporate Lifesaving Society Water Smart ® education in all preschool levels.

PRESCHOOL A We encourage the parent to participate until their child lets them know they can do it themselves (thank you very much).These preschoolers will have fun learning to get in and out of the water.We will help them jump into chest deep water.They will float and glide on their front and back and learn to get their faces wet and blow bubbles underwater. Class Length: 30 mins PRESCHOOL B These preschoolers learn to jump into chest-deep water by themselves, and get in and get out wearing a lifejacket.They will submerge and exhale underwater.Wearing a lifejacket they will glide on their front and back.

Class Length: 30 mins PRESCHOOL C These youngsters will try both jumping and a sideways entry into deep water while wearing a lifejacket. They will recover objects from the bottom in waist-deep water. They will work on kicking and gliding through the water on their front and back. Class Length: 30 mins PRESCHOOL D Advanced preschoolers will learn to do solo jumps into deeper water and get out by themselves.They will do sideways entries and open their eyes underwater.They will master a short swim on their front wearing a lifejacket and gliding and kicking on their side.

Class Length: 30 mins PRESCHOOL E These youngsters get more adventuresome with a forward roll entry wearing a lifejacket and treading water for 10 sec.They will work on front and back crawl swims for 5 m, interval training and get a giggle out of whip kick. Class Length: 30 mins

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 AQUATICS 57 AQUATICS SCHOOL AGE – SWIMMER PROGRAM The Lifesaving Society’s 6-level Swimmer program makes sure your children learn how to swim before they get in too deep. Swimmer progressions accommodate children 5 years and older including absolute beginners as well as swimmers who want to build on the basics.We stress lots of in-water practice to develop solid swimming strokes and skills.We incorporate Lifesaving Society Water Smart® education in all Swimmer levels.

SWIMMER 1 These beginners will become comfortable jumping into water with and without a lifejacket.They will learn to open their eyes, exhale and hold their breath underwater. They will work on floats, glides and kicking through the water on their front and back. Class Length: 30 mins SWIMMER 2 These advanced beginners will jump into deeper water, and learn to be comfortable falling sideways into the water wearing a lifejacket. They will be able to support themselves at the surface without an aid, learn whip kick, swim 10 m on their front and back, and be introduced to flutter kick interval training (4 x 5 m).

Class Length: 30 mins SWIMMER 3 These junior swimmers will dive and do in-water front somersaults and handstands. They will work on 15 m of front crawl, back crawl and 10 m of whip kick. Flutter kick interval training increases to 4 x 15 m. Class Length: 45 mins SWIMMER 4 These intermediate swimmers will swim 5 m underwater and lengths of front, back crawl, whip kick, and breaststroke arms with breathing. Their new bag of tricks includes the completion of the Canadian Swim to Survive® Standard.They will cap it all off with front crawl sprints over 25 m and 4 x 25 m front or back crawl interval training. Class Length: 45 mins SWIMMER 5 These swimmers will master shallow dives, cannonball entries, eggbeater kicks, and in-water backward somersaults.They will refine their front and back crawl over 50 m swims of each, and breaststroke over 25 m. Then they will pick up the pace in 25 m sprints and two interval training bouts: 4 x 50 m front or back crawl; and 4 x 15 m breaststroke.

Class Length: 45 mins SWIMMER 6 These advanced swimmers will rise to the challenge of sophisticated aquatic skills including stride entries, compact jumps and lifesaving kicks like eggbeater or scissor kick.They will develop strength and power in head-up breaststroke sprints over 25 m.They will easily swim lengths of front crawl, back crawl, and breaststroke, and they will be proud to complete the 300 m workout. Class Length: 45 mins SWIM PATROL The Lifesaving Society’s 3-level Canadian Swim Patrol program provides enriched training for those who want to develop swim strokes and skills while having fun in the challenging world of lifesaving. Swim Patrol develops swimming strength and efficiency with emphasis on Water Smart® behaviour. Skill drills enhance capability in the water, good physical conditioning and lifesaving judgment.

SWIMMER 7 (ROOKIE PATROL) Swimmers continue stroke development with 50 m swims of front crawl, back crawl and breaststroke. Lifesaving sport skills include a 25 m obstacle swim and 15 m object carry. First aid focuses on assessment of conscious victims, contacting EMS, and treatment for bleeding. Fitness improves in 350 m workouts and 100 m timed swims. Class Length: 60 mins SWIMMER 8 (RANGER PATROL) Swimmers develop better strokes over 75 m swims of each stroke.They tackle lifesaving sport skills in a lifesaving medley, timed object support and rescue with a buoyant aid. First aid focuses on assessment of unconscious victims, treatment of victims in shock and obstructed airway procedures. Skill drills develop a strong lifesaving foundation.

Class Length: 60 mins SWIMMER 9 (STAR PATROL) Swimmers are challenged with 600 m workouts, 300 m timed swims and a 25 m object carry. Strokes are refined over 100 m swims. First aid focuses on treatment of bone or joint injuries and respiratory emergencies including asthma and allergic reactions. Lifesaving skills include defence methods, victim removals and rolling over and supporting a victim face up in shallow water. Class Length: 60 mins BRONZE STAR This course is an excellent preparation for success in Bronze Medallion. Participants develop problem-solving and decision making skills individually and with partners. Candidates learn CPR and develop the lifesaving skills.Also includes a timed swim of 400 m. Participation: 8 years and older Prerequisite: None (Swim Patrol experience recommended)

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 AQUATICS 58 AQUATICS Southside Aquatic Centre Spring: April 3–July 1 Building Hours Day Time Mon 6:30 am–10:15 pm Tue 6:30 am–9:30 pm Wed 6:30 am–10:15 pm Thu 6:30 am–9:30 pm Fri 6:30 am–8:30 pm Sat 7:30 am–3:00 pm Sun 9:00 am–3:00 pm Building Closed • Good Friday, March 30, 2018 • Easter Sunday,April 1, 2018 • Easter Monday,April 2, 2018 • Victoria Day, May 21, 2018 PA Day Swim Date Time Apr 27 1:10–3:00pm Jun 8 1:10–3:00pm RECREATIONAL SWIMS Public Swim Day Time Tue & Thu 7:05–8:05 pm Fri 7:05–8:30 pm Sat & Sun 1:35–3:00 pm Adult & Child Swim Day Time Mon–Fri 10:00–11:00 am Lane Swim Day Time Mon – Fri 6:30–9:00 am Mon – Fri 11:05 am–1:00 pm Mon & Wed 9:15–10:15 pm Tue & Thu 8:10–9:30 pm Sat 7:30–8:55 am Sat & Sun 12:05–1:30 pm FITNESS PROGRAMS Shallow Water Aqua-fit Day Time Mon–Fri 9:10–9:55 am Tue & Thu 8:10–8:55 pm Deep Water Aqua-fit Day Time Mon & Fri 10:10–10:55 am Mon & Wed 8:10–8:55 pm Water Walking Day Time Mon–Fri 11:05–11:35 am Program descriptions and general information can be found on pg. 53 & pg.54.

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 AQUATICS 59 AQUATICS Summer: July 3–September 3 Building Hours Day Time Mon 6:30 am–9:30 pm Tue 6:30 am–9:30 pm Wed 6:30 am–9:30 pm Thu 6:30 am–9:30 pm Fri 6:30 am–8:00 pm Sat 7:30 am–3:00 pm Sun 9:00 am–3:00 pm Building Closed • Canada Day Stat Holiday, July 2, 2018 • Civic Holiday, August 6, 2018 • Labour Day, September 3, 2018 RECREATIONAL SWIMS Public Swim Day Time Mon–Fri 2:05–4:00 pm Mon–Fri 6:30–8:00 pm Sat–Sun 1:35–3:00 pm Lane Swim Day Time Mon–Fri 6:30–9:00 am Mon–Fri 12:05–1:00 pm Mon–Thu 8:05–9:30 pm Sat 7:30–8:55 am Sat–Sun 12:05–1:30 pm FITNESS PROGRAMS Shallow Water Aqua-fit Day Time Mon–Fri 9:10–9:55 am Tue & Thu 8:10–8:55 pm Deep Water Aqua-fit Day Time Mon & Wed 8:10–8:55pm Water Walking Day Time Mon–Fri 11:00–11:30 am Spray & Play Wading Pool Date Time Sat & Sun all June 10:00 am–6:00 pm Jun 29–Sep 4 10:00 am–6:00 pm Daily Quiet Hours (for adults with toddlers) 10:00 am–12:00 pm, 4:00–5:00 pm During a heat alert the wading pool will be open until 7:00PM

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 AQUATICS 60 SOUTHSIDE AQUATIC CENTRE Spring Sessions run from April 3–June 18 NO CLASSES Victoria Day (May 21) Want to know more about each program level? Program info can be found on pages 56–57. PARENT & TOT 1 Day Time Barcode Mon 6:20pm 3007 Tue 10:15am 3008 Tue 6:00pm 3009 Wed 10:15am 3010 Thu 10:15am 3011 Thu 4:00pm 3012 Sat 9:00am 3013 Sun 10:00am 3014 PARENT & TOT 2 Day Time Barcode Mon 6:20pm 3015 Tue 10:15am 3016 Tue 5:00pm 3017 Wed 10:15am 3018 Wed 6:20pm 3019 Thu 10:15am 3020 Thu 5:00pm 3021 Sat 10:00am 3022 Sun 11:00am 3023 PARENT & TOT 3 Day Time Barcode Tue 10:15am 3024 Tue 4:00pm 3025 Wed 10:15am 3026 Wed 7:20pm 3027 Thu 10:15am 3028 Thu 6:00pm 3029 Sat 11:00am 3030 Sun 9:30am 3031 PRESCHOOL A Day Time Barcode Mon 6:20pm 3032 Mon 6:50pm 3033 Mon 7:20pm 3034 Tue 10:15am 3035 Tue 4:00pm 3036 Tue 4:30pm 3037 Tue 5:00pm 3038 Tue 5:30pm 3039 Tue 6:00pm 3040 Tue 6:30pm 3041 Wed 10:15am 3042 Day Time Barcode Wed 6:20pm 3043 Wed 6:50pm 3044 Wed 7:20pm 3045 Thu 10:15am 3046 Thu 4:00pm 3047 Thu 4:30pm 3048 Thu 5:00pm 3049 Thu 5:30pm 3050 Thu 6:00pm 3051 Thu 6:30pm 3052 Sat 9:00am 3053 Sat 9:30am 3055 Sat 10:00am 3056 Sat 10:30am 3057 Sat 11:30am 3058 Sun 9:00am 3059 Sun 10:00am 3060 Sun 10:30am 3061 Sun 11:00am 3062 Sun 11:30am 3063 PRESCHOOL B Day Time Barcode Mon 6:20pm 3068 Mon 6:50pm 3072 Mon 7:20pm 3073 Tue 10:15am 3076 Tue 4:00pm 3078 Tue 4:30pm 3080 Tue 5:00pm 3081 Tue 5:30pm 3082 Tue 6:00pm 3083 Tue 6:30pm 3084 Wed 10:15am 3085 Wed 6:20pm 3086 Wed 6:50pm 3087 Wed 7:20pm 3088 Thu 10:15am 3147 Thu 4:00pm 3150 Thu 4:30pm 3152 Thu 5:00pm 3154 Thu 5:30pm 3155 Thu 6:00pm 3157 Thu 6:30pm 3159 Sat 9:30am 3160 Sat 10:00am 3162 Sat 10:30am 3163 Sat 11:00am 3164 Sat 11:30am 3165 Sun 9:00am 3166 Day Time Barcode Sun 9:30am 3167 Sun 10:00am 3168 Sun 10:30am 3169 Sun 11:30am 3170 PRESCHOOL C Day Time Barcode Mon 6:20pm 3064 Mon 6:50pm 3065 Mon 7:20pm 3079 Tue 10:15am 3067 Tue 4:00pm 3069 Tue 4:30pm 3070 Tue 5:00pm 3071 Tue 5:30pm 3074 Tue 6:00pm 3075 Tue 6:30pm 3077 Wed 10:15am 3089 Wed 6:20pm 3090 Wed 6:50pm 3091 Wed 7:20pm 3092 Thu 10:15am 3093 Thu 4:00pm 3094 Thu 4:30pm 3095 Thu 5:00pm 3098 Thu 5:30pm 3099 Thu 6:00pm 3096 Thu 6:30pm 3097 Sat 9:00am 3100 Sat 9:30am 3101 Sat 10:00am 3102 Sat 10:30am 3103 Sat 11:00am 3104 Sat 11:30am 3105 Sun 9:00am 3106 Sun 9:30am 3107 Sun 10:00am 3108 Sun 10:30am 3109 Sun 11:00am 3110 Sun 11:30am 3111 PRESCHOOL D Day Time Barcode Mon 6:20pm 3112 Mon 6:50pm 3113 Mon 7:20pm 3114 Tue 4:00pm 3115 Tue 4:30pm 3116 Tue 5:00pm 3117 Day Time Barcode Tue 5:30pm 3118 Tue 6:00pm 3119 Tue 6:30pm 3120 Wed 6:20pm 3121 Wed 6:50pm 3122 Wed 7:20pm 3123 Thu 4:00pm 3124 Thu 4:30pm 3125 Thu 5:00pm 3126 Thu 5:30pm 3127 Thu 6:00pm 3128 Thu 6:30pm 3129 Sat 9:00am 3130 Sat 9:30am 3131 Sat 10:00am 3132 Sat 10:30am 3135 Sat 11:00am 3133 Sat 11:30am 3134 Sun 9:00am 3136 Sun 9:30am 3137 Sun 10:00am 3138 Sun 10:30am 3139 Sun 11:00am 3140 Sun 11:30am 3141 PRESCHOOL E Day Time Barcode Mon 6:20pm 3142 Mon 6:50pm 3143 Mon 7:20pm 3144 Tue 4:00pm 3145 Tue 4:30pm 3146 Tue 5:00pm 3148 Tue 5:30pm 3149 Tue 6:00pm 3151 Tue 6:30pm 3153 Wed 6:20pm 3156 Wed 6:50pm 3161 Wed 7:20pm 3158 Thu 4:00pm 3173 Thu 4:30pm 3174 Thu 5:00pm 3176 Thu 5:30pm 3177 Thu 6:00pm 3178 Thu 6:30pm 3179 Sat 9:00am 3181 Sat 9:30am 3182 Sat 10:00am 3184 Sat 10:30am 3185 Sat 11:00am 3189

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 AQUATICS 61 Day Time Barcode Sat 11:30am 3190 Sun 9:00am 3191 Sun 9:30am 3192 Sun 10:00am 3193 Sun 10:30am 3194 Sun 11:00am 3195 Sun 11:30am 3196 SWIMMER 1 Day Time Barcode Mon 6:20pm 3203 Mon 7:20pm 3205 Tue 4:30pm 3207 Tue 5:00pm 3209 Tue 6:00pm 3210 Wed 6:20pm 3211 Wed 7:20pm 3213 Thu 4:00pm 3214 Thu 5:30pm 3216 Thu 6:00pm 3218 Sat 9:00am 3220 Sat 10:00am 3221 Sat 11:00am 3223 Sun 10:00am 3224 Sun 11:00am 3226 SWIMMER 2 Day Time Barcode Mon 6:50pm 3228 Mon 7:20pm 3229 Tue 4:00pm 3233 Tue 4:30pm 3234 Tue 5:30pm 3235 Tue 6:30pm 3237 Wed 6:50pm 3230 Wed 7:20pm 3232 Thu 4:30pm 3238 Thu 5:00pm 3239 Day Time Barcode Thu 5:30pm 3241 Thu 6:30pm 3242 Sat 9:30am 3243 Sat 10:30am 3244 Sat 11:30am 3246 Sun 9:00am 3248 Sun 9:30am 3249 Sun 10:30am 3251 Sun 11:30am 3252 SWIMMER 3 Day Time Barcode Mon 6:20pm 3257 Mon 7:05pm 3258 Tue 4:00pm 3265 Tue 5:00pm 3267 Tue 6:15pm 3270 Wed 6:20pm 3260 Wed 7:05pm 3264 Thu 4:00pm 3272 Thu 5:00pm 3273 Thu 6:15pm 3275 Sat 9:00am 3276 Sat 10:15am 3277 Sat 11:15am 3280 Sun 9:00am 3282 Sun 10:15am 3284 Sun 11:15am 3285 SWIMMER 4 Day Time Barcode Mon 6:20pm 3290 Mon 7:05pm 3293 Tue 4:00pm 3294 Tue 5:00pm 3318 Tue 6:15pm 3297 Wed 6:20pm 3300 Wed 7:05pm 3302 Day Time Barcode Thu 4:00pm 3304 Thu 5:00pm 3306 Thu 6:15pm 3309 Sat 9:00am 3310 Sat 10:15am 3312 Sun 9:00am 3315 Sun 10:15am 3316 Sun 11:15am 3294 SWIMMER 5 Day Time Barcode Mon 6:20pm 3171 Mon 7:05pm 3172 Tue 4:00pm 3175 Tue 5:00pm 3180 Wed 6:35pm 3183 Thu 4:00pm 3186 Thu 6:15pm 3187 Sat 9:00am 3188 Sat 10:15am 3197 Sat 11:15am 3199 Sun 9:00am 3200 Sun 10:15am 3201 Sun 11:15am 3175 SWIMMER 6 Day Time Barcode Mon 6:20pm 3202 Mon 7:05pm 3204 Tue 4:00pm 3206 Tue 5:00pm 3208 Wed 6:35pm 3212 Thu 4:00pm 3215 Thu 6:15pm 3217 Sat 9:00am 3219 Sat 10:15am 3222 Sat 11:15am 3225 Sun 9:00am 3227 Sun 10:15am 3231 Sun 11:15am 3236 SWIMMER 7 Day Time Barcode Mon 7:05pm 3261 Tue 6:00pm 3262 Wed 7:05pm 3263 Thu 5:00pm 3266 Sat 10:00am 3269 Sun 11:00am 3271 SWIMMER 8 Day Time Barcode Mon 7:05pm 3274 Tue 6:00pm 3295 Wed 7:05pm 3278 Thu 5:00pm 3281 Sat 10:00am 3286 Sun 11:00am 3287 SWIMMER 9 Day Time Barcode Mon 7:05pm 3291 Tue 6:00pm 3298 Wed 7:05pm 3299 Thu 5:00pm 3303 Sat 10:00am 3305 Sun 11:00am 3298 BRONZE STAR Day Time Barcode Wed 6:05pm 3307 Sat 11:00am 3311 Sun 6:00pm 3313 PRIVATE Day Time Barcode Mon 6:05pm 3317 Mon 6:35pm 3319 Mon 7:05pm 3320 Tue 5:00pm 3322 Tue 5:30pm 3323 Tue 6:00pm 3324 Wed 6:05pm 3325 Wed 6:35pm 3326 Wed 7:05pm 3329 Wed 7:35pm 3330 Thu 4:00pm 3332 Thu 4:30pm 3333 Sat 9:00am 3352 Sat 9:30am 3356 Sat 11:30am 3357 Sun 9:00am 3358 Sun 9:30am 3359 Sun 10:00am 3360 Sun 10:30am 3361

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 AQUATICS 62 AQUATICS Southside Summer Lessons Summer Session runs from Tuesday, July 3 to Monday, August 27. No classes on Canada Day (July 2), and Civic Holiday (August 6). SOUTHSIDE AQUATIC CENTRE SUMMER SWIM LESSON LEGEND Type Start Date End Date Daily A* Jul 3 Jul 13 Daily B Jul 16 Jul 27 Daily C* Jul 30 Aug 10 Daily D Aug 13 Aug 24 Twice A July 3 Jul 26 Twice B Jul 31 Aug 23 Weekly - Mon* Jul 9 Aug 27 Weekly - Wed Jul 4 Aug 22 Weekly - Sat Jul 7 Aug 25 Weekly - Sun Jul 8 Aug 26 *Please note: No lessons Jul 2 and Aug 6 SUMMER SWIM LESSONS PARENT & TOT 1 Day Type Time Barcode Mon Weekly 5:00pm 3503 Tue/Thu Twice A 5:45pm 3504 Tue/Thu Twice B 5:45pm 3506 Wed Weekly 5:00pm 3507 Sat Weekly 9:45am 3508 Sat Weekly 11:30am 3509 Sun Weekly 9:45am 3510 Sun Weekly 10:45am 3511 PARENT & TOT 2 Day Type Time Barcode Mon Weekly 5:00pm 3518 Tue/Thu Twice A 5:45pm 3519 Tue/Thu Twice B 5:45pm 3520 Wed Weekly 5:00pm 3522 Sat Weekly 9:45am 3523 Sat Weekly 11:30am 3524 Sun Weekly 9:45am 3525 Sun Weekly 10:45am 3526 PARENT & TOT 3 Day Type Time Barcode Mon Weekly 5:00pm 3527 Tue/Thu Twice A 5:45pm 3528 Tue/Thu Twice B 5:45pm 3529 Wed Weekly 5:00pm 3530 Sat Weekly 9:45am 3531 Sat Weekly 11:30am 3532 Sun Weekly 9:45am 3533 Sun Weekly 10:45am 3534 PRESCHOOL A Day Type Time Barcode Mon-Fri Daily A 10:00am 3362 Mon-Fri Daily A 10:45am 3363 Mon-Fri Daily A 11:30am 3364 Mon-Fri Daily B 10:00am 3417 Mon-Fri Daily B 10:45am 3418 Mon-Fri Daily B 11:30am 3420 Mon-Fri Daily C 10:00am 3421 Mon-Fri Daily C 10:45am 3422 Mon-Fri Daily C 11:30am 3423 Mon-Fri Daily D 10:00am 3500 Mon-Fri Daily D 10:45am 3501 Mon-Fri Daily D 11:30am 3502 Mon Weekly 4:15pm 3535 Mon Weekly 5:15pm 3536 Mon Weekly 5:45pm 3537 Tue/Thu Twice A 4:15pm 3538 Tue/Thu Twice A 4:45pm 3539 Tue/Thu Twice A 5:45pm 3540 Tue/Thu Twice B 4:15pm 3541 Tue/Thu Twice B 4:45pm 3542 Tue/Thu Twice B 5:45pm 3543 Wed Weekly 4:15pm 3544 Wed Weekly 5:15pm 3545 Wed Weekly 5:45pm 3546 Sat Weekly 9:00am 3547 Sat Weekly 10:00am 3548 Sat Weekly 10:30am 3549 Sat Weekly 11:00am 3550 Sun Weekly 9:00am 3670 Sun Weekly 10:00am 3552 Sun Weekly 10:30am 3553 Sun Weekly 11:30am 3554 PRESCHOOL B Day Type Time Barcode Mon-Fri Daily A 10:00am 3365 Mon-Fri Daily A 10:45am 3366 Mon-Fri Daily A 11:30am 3367 Mon-Fri Daily B 10:00am 3414 Mon-Fri Daily B 10:45am 3415 Mon-Fri Daily B 11:30am 3416 Mon-Fri Daily C 10:00am 3424 Mon-Fri Daily C 10:45am 3425 Mon-Fri Daily C 11:30am 3426 Mon-Fri Daily D 10:00am 3495 Mon-Fri Daily D 10:45am 3497 Mon-Fri Daily D 11:30am 3498 Mon Weekly 4:15pm 3595 Mon Weekly 5:15pm 3596 Mon Weekly 5:45pm 3597 Tue/Thu Twice A 4:15pm 3598 Tue/Thu Twice A 4:45pm 3599 Tue/Thu Twice A 5:45pm 3600 Tue/Thu Twice B 4:15pm 3601 Tue/Thu Twice B 4:45pm 3602 Tue/Thu Twice B 5:45pm 3603 Wed Weekly 4:15pm 3604 Wed Weekly 5:15pm 3605 Wed Weekly 5:45pm 3606 Sat Weekly 9:00am 3607 Sat Weekly 10:00am 3608 Sat Weekly 10:30am 3609 Sat Weekly 11:00am 3610 Sun Weekly 9:00am 3611 Sun Weekly 10:00am 3612 Sun Weekly 10:30am 3613 Sun Weekly 11:30am 3614

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 AQUATICS 63 AQUATICS SUMMER SWIM LESSON LEGEND Type Start Date End Date Daily A* Jul 3 Jul 13 Daily B Jul 16 Jul 27 Daily C* Jul 30 Aug 10 Daily D Aug 13 Aug 24 Twice A July 3 Jul 26 Twice B Jul 31 Aug 23 Weekly - Mon* Jul 9 Aug 27 Weekly - Wed Jul 4 Aug 22 Weekly - Sat Jul 7 Aug 25 Weekly - Sun Jul 8 Aug 26 *Please note: No lessons Jul 2 and Aug 6 PRESCHOOL C Day Type Time Barcode Mon-Fri Daily A 10:00am 3368 Mon-Fri Daily A 10:30am 3369 Mon-Fri Daily A 11:00am 3370 Mon-Fri Daily B 10:00am 3411 Mon-Fri Daily B 10:30am 3412 Mon-Fri Daily B 11:00am 3413 Mon-Fri Daily C 10:00am 3427 Mon-Fri Daily C 10:30am 3428 Mon-Fri Daily C 11:00am 3429 Mon-Fri Daily D 10:00am 3492 Mon-Fri Daily D 10:30am 3493 Mon-Fri Daily D 11:00am 3494 Mon Weekly 4:15pm 3615 Mon Weekly 4:45pm 3616 Mon Weekly 5:45pm 3617 Tue/Thu Twice A 4:15pm 3618 Tue/Thu Twice A 4:45pm 3619 Tue/Thu Twice A 5:45pm 3620 Tue/Thu Twice B 4:15pm 3621 Tue/Thu Twice B 4:45pm 3622 Tue/Thu Twice B 5:45pm 3623 Wed Weekly 4:15pm 3624 Wed Weekly 4:45pm 3625 Wed Weekly 5:45pm 3626 Sat Weekly 9:00am 3627 Sat Weekly 9:30am 3628 Sat Weekly 10:00am 3629 Sun Weekly 9:00am 3631 Sun Weekly 9:30am 3632 Sun Weekly 10:30am 3630 Sun Weekly 11:00am 3633 Sun Weekly 11:30am 3634 PRESCHOOL D Day Type Time Barcode Mon-Fri Daily A 10:00am 3371 Mon-Fri Daily A 10:30am 3372 Mon-Fri Daily A 11:00am 3373 Mon-Fri Daily B 10:00am 3408 Mon-Fri Daily B 10:30am 3409 Mon-Fri Daily B 11:00am 3410 Mon-Fri Daily C 10:00am 3430 Mon-Fri Daily C 10:30am 3431 Mon-Fri Daily C 11:00am 3432 Mon-Fri Daily D 10:00am 3478 Mon-Fri Daily D 10:30am 3479 Mon-Fri Daily D 11:00am 3480 Mon Weekly 4:15pm 3641 Mon Weekly 4:45pm 3642 Mon Weekly 5:45pm 3671 Tue/Thu Twice A 4:15pm 3645 Tue/Thu Twice A 4:45pm 3646 Tue/Thu Twice A 5:45pm 3647 Tue/Thu Twice B 4:15pm 3648 Tue/Thu Twice B 4:45pm 3649 Tue/Thu Twice B 5:45pm 3650 Wed Weekly 4:15pm 3651 Wed Weekly 4:45pm 3652 Wed Weekly 5:45pm 3653 Sat Weekly 9:00am 3654 Sat Weekly 9:30am 3655 Sat Weekly 10:00am 3656 Sun Weekly 9:00am 3657 Sun Weekly 9:30am 3658 Sun Weekly 10:30am 3659 Sun Weekly 11:00am 3660 Sun Weekly 11:30am 3661 PRESCHOOL E Day Type Time Barcode Mon-Fri Daily A 10:00am 3374 Mon-Fri Daily A 10:30am 3375 Mon-Fri Daily A 11:00am 3376 Mon-Fri Daily B 10:00am 3405 Mon-Fri Daily B 10:30am 3406 Mon-Fri Daily B 11:00am 3407 Mon-Fri Daily C 10:00am 3433 Mon-Fri Daily C 10:30am 3434 Mon-Fri Daily C 11:00am 3435 Mon-Fri Daily D 10:00am 3474 Mon-Fri Daily D 10:30am 3475 Mon-Fri Daily D 11:00am 3477 Mon Weekly 4:15pm 3662 Day Type Time Barcode Mon Weekly 4:45pm 3663 Mon Weekly 5:45pm 3664 Tue/Thu Twice A 4:15pm 3665 Tue/Thu Twice A 4:45pm 3666 Tue/Thu Twice A 5:45pm 3667 Tue/Thu Twice B 4:15pm 3668 Tue/Thu Twice B 4:45pm 3669 Tue/Thu Twice B 5:45pm 3672 Wed Weekly 4:15pm 3673 Wed Weekly 4:45pm 3674 Wed Weekly 5:45pm 3675 Sat Weekly 9:00am 3676 Sat Weekly 9:30am 3677 Sat Weekly 10:00am 3678 Sun Weekly 9:00am 3679 Sun Weekly 9:30am 3680 Sun Weekly 10:30am 3681 Sun Weekly 11:00am 3682 Sun Weekly 11:30am 3683 SWIMMER 1 Day Type Time Barcode Mon-Fri Daily A 10:30am 3377 Mon-Fri Daily A 11:30am 3378 Mon-Fri Daily B 10:30am 3403 Mon-Fri Daily B 11:30am 3404 Mon-Fri Daily C 10:30am 3436 Mon-Fri Daily C 11:30am 3437 Mon-Fri Daily D 10:30am 3460 Mon-Fri Daily D 11:30am 3461 Mon Weekly 4:45pm 3684 Mon Weekly 5:15pm 3685 Tue/Thu Twice A 4:45pm 3686 Tue/Thu Twice A 5:15pm 3764 Tue/Thu Twice B 4:45pm 3688 Tue/Thu Twice B 5:15pm 3687 Wed Weekly 4:45pm 3690 Wed Weekly 5:15pm 3691 Sat Weekly 9:30am 3692 Sat Weekly 10:00am 3693 Sat Weekly 11:00am 3694 Sat Weekly 11:30am 3695 Sun Weekly 9:30am 3696 Sun Weekly 10:00am 3697 Sun Weekly 11:00am 3698

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 AQUATICS 64 AQUATICS SUMMER SWIM LESSON LEGEND Type Start Date End Date Daily A* Jul 3 Jul 13 Daily B Jul 16 Jul 27 Daily C* Jul 30 Aug 10 Daily D Aug 13 Aug 24 Twice A July 3 Jul 26 Twice B Jul 31 Aug 23 Weekly - Mon* Jul 9 Aug 27 Weekly - Wed Jul 4 Aug 22 Weekly - Sat Jul 7 Aug 25 Weekly - Sun Jul 8 Aug 26 *Please note: No lessons Jul 2 and Aug 6 SWIMMER 2 Day Type Time Barcode Mon-Fri Daily A 10:30am 3379 Mon-Fri Daily A 11:30am 3380 Mon-Fri Daily B 10:30am 3401 Mon-Fri Daily B 11:30am 3402 Mon-Fri Daily C 10:30am 3438 Mon-Fri Daily C 11:30am 3439 Mon-Fri Daily D 10:30am 3458 Mon-Fri Daily D 11:30am 3459 Mon Weekly 4:45pm 3734 Mon Weekly 5:15pm 3735 Tue/Thu Twice A 4:45pm 3736 Tue/Thu Twice A 5:15pm 3737 Tue/Thu Twice B 4:45pm 3738 Tue/Thu Twice B 5:15pm 3739 Wed Weekly 4:45pm 3740 Wed Weekly 5:15pm 3741 Sat Weekly 9:30am 3742 Sat Weekly 10:00am 3743 Sat Weekly 11:00am 3744 Sat Weekly 11:30am 3745 Sun Weekly 9:30am 3746 Sun Weekly 10:00am 3747 Sun Weekly 11:00am 3748 SWIMMER 3 Day Type Time Barcode Mon-Fri Daily A 10:00am 3381 Mon-Fri Daily A 11:15am 3382 Mon-Fri Daily B 10:00am 3399 Mon-Fri Daily B 11:15am 3400 Mon-Fri Daily C 10:00am 3440 Mon-Fri Daily C 11:15am 3441 Mon-Fri Daily D 10:00am 3456 Mon-Fri Daily D 11:15am 3457 Mon Weekly 4:15pm 3749 Day Type Time Barcode Mon Weekly 5:30pm 3750 Tue/Thu Twice A 4:15pm 3751 Tue/Thu Twice A 5:00pm 3752 Tue/Thu Twice B 4:15pm 3753 Tue/Thu Twice B 5:00pm 3754 Wed Weekly 4:45pm 3755 Wed Weekly 5:15pm 3756 Sat Weekly 9:30am 3757 Sat Weekly 10:00am 3758 Sat Weekly 11:00am 3759 Sat Weekly 11:30am 3760 Sun Weekly 9:30am 3761 Sun Weekly 10:00am 3762 Sun Weekly 11:00am 3763 SWIMMER 4 Day Type Time Barcode Mon-Fri Daily A 10:00am 3383 Mon-Fri Daily A 11:15am 3384 Mon-Fri Daily B 10:00am 3395 Mon-Fri Daily B 11:15am 3396 Mon-Fri Daily C 10:00am 3442 Mon-Fri Daily C 11:15am 3443 Mon-Fri Daily D 10:00am 3454 Mon-Fri Daily D 11:15am 3455 Mon Weekly 4:15pm 3719 Mon Weekly 5:30pm 3720 Tue/Thu Twice A 4:15pm 3721 Tue/Thu Twice A 5:00pm 3722 Tue/Thu Twice B 4:15pm 3723 Tue/Thu Twice B 5:00pm 3724 Wed Weekly 4:45pm 3725 Wed Weekly 5:15pm 3726 Sat Weekly 9:30am 3727 Sat Weekly 10:00am 3728 Sat Weekly 11:00am 3729 Sat Weekly 11:30am 3730 Sun Weekly 9:30am 3731 Sun Weekly 10:00am 3732 Sun Weekly 11:00am 3733 SWIMMER 5 Day Type Time Barcode Mon-Fri Daily A 10:00am 3385 Mon-Fri Daily B 10:00am 3397 Mon-Fri Daily C 10:00am 3444 Mon-Fri Daily D 10:00am 3453 Mon Weekly 4:15pm 3713 Tue/Thu Twice A 5:15pm 3714 Tue/Thu Twice B 5:15pm 3715 Wed Weekly 4:15pm 3716 Sat Weekly 9:00am 3717 Sun Weekly 10:00am 3718 SWIMMER 6 Day Type Time Barcode Mon-Fri Daily A 10:00am 3386 Mon-Fri Daily B 10:00am 3398 Mon-Fri Daily C 10:00am 3445 Mon-Fri Daily D 10:00am 3452 Mon Weekly 4:15pm 3706 Tue/Thu Twice A 5:15pm 3707 Tue/Thu Twice B 5:15pm 3708 Wed Weekly 4:15pm 3709 Sat Weekly 9:00am 3711 Sun Weekly 10:00am 3712 SWIMMER 7 Day Type Time Barcode Mon-Fri Daily A 10:45am 3387 Mon-Fri Daily B 10:45am 3705 Mon-Fri Daily C 10:45am 3446 Mon-Fri Daily D 10:45am 3451 Mon Weekly 5:00pm 3699 Tue/Thu Twice A 4:15pm 3700 Tue/Thu Twice B 4:15pm 3701 Wed Weekly 5:00pm 3702 Sat Weekly 9:45am 3703 Sun Weekly 9:00am 3704 SWIMMER 8 Day Type Time Barcode Mon-Fri Daily A 10:45am 3388 Mon-Fri Daily B 10:45am 3391 Mon-Fri Daily C 10:45am 3447 Mon-Fri Daily D 10:45am 3450 Mon Weekly 5:00pm 3635 Tue/Thu Twice A 4:15pm 3636 Tue/Thu Twice B 4:15pm 3637 Wed Weekly 5:00pm 3638 Sat Weekly 9:45am 3639 Sun Weekly 9:00am 3640 SWIMMER 9 Day Type Time Barcode Mon-Fri Daily A 10:45am 3389 Mon-Fri Daily B 10:45am 3390 Mon-Fri Daily C 10:45am 3448 Mon-Fri Daily D 10:45am 3449 Mon Weekly 5:00pm 3555 Tue/Thu Twice A 4:15pm 3556 Tue/Thu Twice B 4:15pm 3557 Wed Weekly 5:00pm 3558 Sat Weekly 9:45am 3559 Sun Weekly 9:00am 3560

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 AQUATICS 65 Lions Pool Summer Opens Tuesday, July 3rd Closes Monday, September 3rd Building Hours Day Time Mon 9:00 am–7:00 pm Tue 9:00 am–8:00 pm Wed 9:00 am–8:00 pm Thu 9:00 am–8:00 pm Fri 9:00 am–7:00 pm Sat 10:00 am–3:00 pm Sun 10:00 am–3:00 pm Recreation Swim Times Public Swim Day Time Mon–Sun 1:35–3:00 pm Tue & Thu 7:05–8:00 pm Sat & Sun 10:00–11:30 am Adult and Child Swim Day Time Mon–Sun 11:30 am–1:35 pm Lane Swim Day Time Mon–Fri 9:00–10:30 am Mon–Sun 11:35–1:00 pm Tue & Thu 7:05–8:05 pm Aqua-fit Day Time Mon–Fri 10:30–11:15 am Sat 9:10–9:55 am Lions Programs FAMILY SWIM LESSONS Want to get all your children into swimming lessons at the same time? Lions Pool has a great option this year to get this done. Register all of your children in one 30 minute time slot and enjoy the freedom of having all your kids swim at once. Each child registered will receive individual tracking all summer long with weekly progress reports and daily feedback. Come and enjoy this new experience. Age: 3–12 Cost:  $33.75 (5 Sessions) $27.00 (4 Sessions) SESSION 1 Day Start Date End Date Time Barcode Tue–Fri July 3 July 6 9:00am 2980 Tue–Fri July 3 July 6 9:30am 2981 Tue–Fri July 3 July 6 10:00am 2982 SESSION 2 Day Start Date End Date Time Barcode Mon–Fri July 9 July 13 9:00am 2983 Mon–Fri July 9 July 13 9:30am 2984 Mon–Fri July 9 July 13 10:00am 2985 SESSION 3 Day Start Date End Date Time Barcode Mon–Fri July 16 July 20 9:00am 2986 Mon–Fri July 16 July 20 9:30am 2987 Mon–Fri July 16 July 20 10:00am 2988 SESSION 4 Day Start Date End Date Time Barcode Mon–Fri July 23 July 27 9:00am 2989 Mon–Fri July 23 July 27 9:30am 2990 Mon–Fri July 23 July 27 10:00am 2991

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 AQUATICS 66 SESSION 5 Day Start Date End Date Time Barcode Mon–Fri July 30 Aug 3 9:00am 2994 Mon–Fri July 30 Aug 3 9:30am 2993 Mon–Fri July 30 Aug 3 10:00am 2995 SESSION 6 Day Start Date End Date Time Barcode Tue–Fri Aug 7 Aug 10 9:00am 2996 Tue–Fri Aug 7 Aug 10 9:30am 2997 Tue–Fri Aug 7 Aug 10 10:00am 2998 SESSION 7 Day Start Date End Date Time Barcode Mon–Fri Aug 13 Aug 17 9:00am 2992 Mon–Fri Aug 13 Aug 17 9:30am 2999 Mon–Fri Aug 13 Aug 17 10:00am 3000 SESSION 8 Day Start Date End Date Time Barcode Mon–Fri Aug 20 Aug 24 9:00am 3001 Mon–Fri Aug 20 Aug 24 9:30am 3002 Mon–Fri Aug 20 Aug 24 10:00am 3003 SESSION 9 Day Start Date End Date Time Barcode Mon–Fri Aug 27 Aug 31 9:00am 3004 Mon–Fri Aug 27 Aug 31 9:30am 3005 Mon–Fri Aug 27 Aug 31 10:00am 3006 SUMMER SWIM TEAM Come join the Puffins! The Woodstock Summer Swim team is a great way to build your swimming skills and have fun while being part of one of Southwestern Ontario’s biggest summer swim teams. In order to join the team, we ask that you to be able to swim 30m (one length of Lions Pool). Sign up includes swim cap and t-shirt. Date: July 2–August 25 Cost:  $110.00 (Youth) $120.00 (Adult) Important Dates:  Swim Team Startup Meeting: Jun 20 at 7:00pm. Swim Team Wrap up Meeting: Aug 22 at TBD. Day Time Barcode Practices: Mon,Tue,Thu, Fri Meets: Wed 4:00pm 2882 5:00pm 2883 6:00pm 2884 LIONS DROP IN SWIMMING LESSONS Busy summer? Looking for swimming lessons but not able to commit? Check out our drop-in Swimming lessons at Lions pool. These lessons give you the flexibility and ease that a busy family needs.To ensure a spot in the desired class please show up at least 15 minutes before the lessons time begin.

Capacity: 12 per session Cost: $6.75 per session Day Start Date End Date Time Wed July 4 Aug 22 4:00–4:30pm Wed July 4 Aug 22 4:30–5:00pm Wed July 4 Aug 22 5:00–5:30pm SUMMER SYNCHRO The program is designed so that there is success at every level! Recreational synchronized swimming teaches skill development, provides an opportunity for interpersonal relations in both individual and group components, physically and creatively challenges both participant and instructor and, in its simplest form, provides a FUN and exciting aquatic activity!

Program Length: 45 mins Cost per 5 sessions: $37.50 Cost per 4 sessions: $30.00 Cost per 1 session: $7.50 Day Start Date End Date Time Barcode Tue–Fri July 3 July 6 10:30am 3773 Mon–Fri July 9 July 13 10:30am 3774 Mon–Fri July 16 July 20 10:30am 3775 Mon–Fri July 23 July 27 10:30am 3776 Mon–Fri July 30 Aug 3 10:30am 3777 Tue–Fri Aug 7 Aug 10 10:30am 3778 Mon–Fri Aug 13 Aug 17 10:30am 3779 Mon–Fri Aug 20 Aug 24 10:30am 3780

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 AQUATICS 67 GENERAL AQUATIC PROGRAMS WOODSTOCK LIFESAVING CLUB The Woodstock Lifesaving Club (WLC) aims to teach fair play, team-building, and ethics in sport while helping swimmers develop their skills in the pool and working towards achieving their personal best. Success with the WLC can be gained with a positive attitude and putting forth a best effort each week. We will be learning and practicing together as a team, so respect for ourselves and each other is a very important component in our progress. Please arrive to practice on time, ready to give your best effort so that the team can achieve their goals together.

FUNDAMENTAL GROUP The fundamental group is a chance for stroke development and the introductions of lifesaving sport. Once learning the basic skills, participants will be challenged with increasing distance as well as increasingly demanding skill sequences. Recommended: Completed Swimmer 3 Age: 8–12 Day Date Time Session(s) Code Fee Tue Apr 3 4:00–5:00pm 10 2849 $70 Thu Apr 5 4:00–5:00pm 10 2850 $70 DEVELOPMENTAL GROUP With a focus on the sport of lifesaving, participants will begin to train by completing swim workouts and skill development with equipment. This is an opportunity to challenge personal bests and have fun doing so in a group environment.

Prerequisite: Must be able to swim 100 m front crawl without stopping Age: 8–14 Day Date Time Session(s) Code Fee Tue Apr 3 5:00–6:00pm 12 2851 $84 Thu Apr 5 5:00–6:00pm 12 2852 $84 JUNIOR GROUP This program will focus on the further improvement of lifesaving skills in addition to learning and developing more advanced lifesaving techniques.Athletes will continue to work on their swimming fitness and strokes through more challenging practices in preparation toward attending the junior provincial junior lifeguard championships in June.

Prerequisite: The Junior Group is for swimmers who have completed Swimmer 6 and who have participated in the Developmental Group. Ages: 11–16 Cost: $120 (must register in person at Southside Aquatic Centre) Practice: Tuesday and Thursday Date Time Session(s) Barcode Fee Apr 3 6:00–7:00pm 11 1996 $120 MASTER/SENIOR GROUP This unique program is designed for adults (16+) interested in developing their fitness through swimming and lifesaving sport.WLC Seniors/Masters practice strokes, skills through lifesaving sport events. Participants must be able to swim front craw for 4 lengths of the pool (100 m).

Day Date Time Session(s) Code Fee Wed Apr 4 8:10–9:10pm 12 2854 $84 SWIM SYNCHRO This creative, routine-based synchro orientation program is designed to develop basic synchro skills while increasing existing swimming skills.The program is designed so that there is success at every level! Recreational synchronized swimming teaches skill development, provides an opportunity for interpersonal relations in both individual and group components, physically and creatively challenges both participant and instructor and, in its simplest form, provides a FUN and exciting aquatic activity!

INTRO TO SWIM SYNCHRO An introductory program to Swim Synchro for children aged 6 years and up. Swimmers will begin strengthening swimming abilities, developing synchro skills and music appreciation. Day Date Time Session(s) Code Fee Mon Apr 9 6:50–7:20pm 10 2856 $70 Sat Apr 7 10:30– 11:00am 10 2857 $70 SWIM SYNCHRO Day Date Time Session(s) Code Fee Mon Apr 9 6:05–6:50pm 10 2855 $70 Sat Apr 7 11:15am– 12:00pm 10 2858 $70

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 AQUATICS 68 TEEN SWIM LESSONS If you are between 12–18 years of age and looking to take swimming lessons, the Teen program is for you! Whether you have difficulty putting your face in water, swimming in deep water, or are simply looking for stroke correction, our Teen Swim Lessons will give you the confidence to enjoy being in and around the water. Day Date Time Session(s) Code Fee Wed Apr 4 8:15–9:00pm 10 2866 $80 Sat Apr 7 12:15– 1:00pm 10 2867 $80 TEEN SWIM FITNESS Are you looking for a great way get or stay in shape? Teen fitness is a great program to increase your cardiovascular endurance and is a great workout for muscles.You will have an opportunity to meet other participants with similar fitness goals.A coach will assist in your training through the creation of workouts and the development of personal goals. Must be able to swim 200m continuously. Day Date Time Session(s) Code Fee Sat Apr 7 11:00am– 12:00pm 10 3770 $80 Sun Apr 8 11:00am– 12:00pm 10 3771 $80 ADULT SWIM LESSONS ADULT 1 You will work towards a 15 m swim on your front and back.You can work on jumping into the pool from the side and recover an object from the bottom in chest-deep water.Work to improve your fitness level and your flutter kick with a 4x12 m interval training set. Day Date Time Session(s) Code Fee Wed Apr 4 8:15–9:00pm 10 2859 $80 Sat Apr 7 12:15– 1:00pm 10 2862 $80 ADULT 2 Kick it up a notch while you work on two interval training workouts of 4x25m kicking and front or back crawl.You will be able to perform dive entries and demonstrate breaststroke arms and breathing while covering a 15 m distance.You will learn to support yourself at the surface for 1-2 minutes and show off your handstands in shallow water.

Day Date Time Session(s) Code Fee Wed Apr 4 8:15–9:00pm 10 2860 $80 Sat Apr 7 12:15– 1:00pm 10 2863 $80 ADULT 3 You will learn and work on eggbeater, stride entries and compact jumps.You will work towards completing a 300m workout and sprint distances of 25-50m.Your progress will help you master front crawl, back crawl and breaststroke. Day Date Time Session(s) Code Fee Wed Apr 4 8:15–9:00pm 10 2861 $80 Sat Apr 7 12:15– 1:00pm 10 2864 $80 ADULT SWIM FITNESS Looking for some fitness motivation? Want to increase your fitness level and meet new people with the same goals? Swim up to 3x each week and the swim coach will help guide you through a workout each day geared towards each individual’s goals and abilities.You should be able to swim 400m prior to beginning this program.

Sessions Tue 6:30–7:30am / Thu 6:30–7:30am / Sat 7:30–8:30am Start Date Session(s) Barcode Fee Apr 10 12 1977 $144

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 AQUATICS 69 Leadership BECOME A LIFESAVER BRONZE MEDALLION WITH EMERGENCY FIRST AID AND CPR-B Teaches an understanding of the lifesaving principles embodied in the four components of water-rescue education – judgment, knowledge, skill and fitness. Lifesavers develop stroke efficiency and endurance in a 500 m timed swim. Prerequisite: Minimum 13 years of age or Bronze Star Certification (need not be current). Cost: $107.25 + $44.48 for Canadian Lifesaving Manual BRONZE CROSS WITH STANDARD FIRST AID AND CPR–C Designed for lifesavers who want the challenge of more advanced training including an introduction to safe supervision in aquatic facilities. Bronze Cross includes a timed 600 m swim. Prerequisite: Bronze Medallion and Emergency First Aid Certification (need not be current).

Cost: $123.00 (Includes Workbook) BRONZE COMBO COURSE Want to become a lifeguard? Haven’t had a chance to take the prerequisites? Bronze Combo Crash Course includes Bronze Medallion and Bronze Cross and Standard First Aid all packed into one class. Prerequisite: Minimum 13 years of age or Bronze Star Certification (need not be current). Cost: $150.36 + $44.48 for Canadian Lifesaving Manual BRONZE MEDALLION OR BRONZE CROSS CHALLENGE This program allows participants to challenge a Bronze Medallion or Cross Course. Doesn’t matter if you are recertifying or attempting after an incomplete course. During this course you will be taken through the evaluation process of the designated course, without any instruction.

Prerequisite: See specific program description Cost: Bronze Medallion - $94.90; Bronze Cross - $108.50

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 AQUATICS 70 *ADD $5 for Nonresidents BECOME AN INSTRUCTOR LIFESAVING SOCIETY ASSISTANT INSTRUCTORS Through classroom learning and in-water practice, the Lifesaving Society Assistant Instructor Course prepares candidates to help certified instructors with swimming and lifesaving classes. Prerequisite: Must be 14 years of age by the end of the course and have their Bronze Cross Certification (need not be current). Cost: $140.85* LIFESAVING SOCIETY SWIM INSTRUCTORS The Lifesaving Society Swim Instructor Course prepares the instructor to teach and evaluate basic swim strokes and related skills. Candidates acquire proven teaching methods, a variety of stroke development drills and correction techniques. Current swim instructors teach and certify candidates in all levels of Swim for Life program.

Prerequisites: 16 years of age by the end of the course, Bronze Cross (need not be current). Cost: $125.10* (must purchase swim and Lifesaving Instructor pack separately $82.02*) LIFESAVING SOCIETY LIFESAVING INSTRUCTORS The Lifesaving Society Lifesaving Instructor Course prepares individuals to organize, plan, teach and evaluate lifesaving and first aid skills and resuscitation techniques in the Society’s Lifesaving and First Aid awards. Because the Society’s first aid courses are recognized by the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board, the Society complies with the WSIB’s request that only ‘First Aid Instructors’ teach WSIB approved courses. Successful candidates receive two certification cards: Lifesaving Instructor and Emergency First Aid Instructor.

Prerequisites: 16 years of age by the end of the course, Bronze Cross (need not be current). Cost: $125.10* (must purchase swim and Lifesaving Instructor pack separately $82.02) BECOME A LIFEGUARD NATIONAL LIFEGUARD WITH AIRWAY MANAGEMENT The National Lifeguard Certification builds on the fundamental skills, knowledge and values of the Lifesaving Society to develop the practical skills and knowledge required by lifeguards. Prerequisite: 16 years of age, Bronze Cross Certification, and Standard First Aid from: Lifesaving Society, St. John Ambulance, Canadian Red Cross, Canadian Ski Patrol. (need not be current). Cost: $226.66* + $44.48 for Alert Manual ADVANCED AQUATIC LEADERSHIP EXAMINER COURSE The Examiner Course is the first step in the three-step process to be appointed as an examiner for the Society and prepares candidates to successfully apprentice as an Examiner on the exam of their choice.The Examiner Course builds on the evaluation experience that candidates have attained in the instructor-evaluated content. Cost: $54.00* AQUATIC SUPERVISOR TRAINING For deck-level supervisory staff, the Aquatic Supervisor Course provides the knowledge and skills, beyond National Lifeguard Certification, to manage a safe aquatic environment. Prerequisite: National Lifeguard or Swim Instructor or Lifesaving Instructor Certification; and 100 hours experience as a lifeguard and/or instructor. Prerequisites need not be current. Cost: $70.00* FIRST AID INSTRUCTOR The Lifesaving Society’s Standard First Aid Instructor Course is designed to provide Lifesaving Instructors with the knowledge and resources required to organize, plan, and deliver Lifesaving Society First Aid awards up to and including Standard First Aid and CPR-A, -B, and -C.

Prerequisite: Standard First Aid, Minimum of 16 years of age by the end of the course Cost: $133.40* NATIONAL LIFEGUARD INSTRUCTOR The National Lifeguard Instructor Course provides candidates with an understanding of the principles and practices on which the National Lifeguard program is based and explores teaching approaches and techniques appropriate for National Lifeguard candidates. Prerequisite: Lifesaving and Emergency Fist Aid Instructors. National Lifeguard in the option you wish to teach. Cost: $130.00* LIFESAVING SOCIETY TRAINER Lifesaving Instructor Trainers teach, evaluate and certify Lifesaving Instructor candidates. Lifesaving ITs are experienced and knowledgeable Lifesaving Instructors and Bronze Cross Examiners. Prerequisites: Certification and experience as a Lifesaving Instructor and as a Bronze Cross or Distinction Examiner.

Cost: $156.00*

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 AQUATICS 71 Aquatic Leadership Course Dates Course Day Dates Time Barcode Bronze Medallion and Emergency First Aid Wed Apr 4–Jun 13 5:00–7:00pm 2835 Bronze Medallion and Emergency First Aid Sun Apr 8–Jun 10 5:00–7:30pm 2836 Bronze Medallion and Emergency First Aid Mon-Fri Jul 9–13 8:30am–2:00pm 2842 Bronze Medallion and Emergency First Aid Mon-Fri Jul 30–Aug 3 8:30am–2:00pm 2843 Bronze Cross and Standard First Aid Wed Apr 4–Jun 13 7:00–9:30pm 2837 Bronze Cross and Standard First Aid Sun Apr 8–Jun 10 5:00–8:00pm 2838 Bronze Cross and Standard First Aid Mon-Fri Jul 16–20 8:30am–3:00pm 2844 Bronze Cross and Standard First Aid Mon-Fri Aug 13–17 8:30am–3:00pm 2845 Assistant Instructor Fri, Sat, Sun Apr 13 Apr 14 Apr 15 4:00–9:00pm 12:00–8:00pm 9:00am–4:00pm 2846 Assistant Instructor Mon–Thu Jul 23–26 9:30am–2:00pm 2847 Swim Instructor Fri, Sat, Sun May 11 May 12 May 13 5:00–10:00pm 10:00am–7:00pm 10:00am–7:00pm 2868 Lifesaving Instructor Fri, Sat, Sun May 25 May 26 May 27 5:00–10:00pm 10:00am–7:00pm 10:00am–7:00pm 2869 Swim Instructor and Lifesaving Instructors Mon–Fri Aug 20–24 9:00am–6:00pm 2870 National Lifeguard and Airway Management Fri, Sat, Sun Apr 20, 27 Apr 21, 28 Apr 22, 29 4:00–10:00pm 10:00am–7:00pm 10:00am–7:00pm 2871 National Lifeguard and Airway Management Mon–Fri Aug 27–31 9:00am–7:00pm 2872 National Lifeguard Recertification Sun Apr 29 3:00–8:00pm 2873 National Lifeguard Recertification Sat Jun 16 3:00–8:00pm 2874 National Lifeguard Recertification Sun Aug 19 3:00–8:00pm 2875 First Aid Instructors Course Fri, Sat, Sun May 4 May 5 May 6 5:00–10:00pm 12:00–8:00pm 12:00–8:00pm 2876 National Lifeguard Instructor Course Sat, Sun Jun 9 Jun 10 10:00am–7:00pm 10:00am–7:00pm 2877 Examiner Course Sat May 19 12:00–6:00pm 2879 Aquatic Supervisor Fri, Sat Jun 1 Jun 2 5:00–9:00pm 12:00–6:00pm 2878 Lifesaving Society Trainer Sat, Sun Jun 16 Jun 17 10:00am–7:00pm 10:00am–7:00pm 2881

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 ARENAS 72 A R E N A S Woodstock District Community Complex 381 Finkle St, Woodstock, ON 519-421-3484 www.cityofwoodstock.ca SKATING INFORMATION Community Complex – Southwood Arena Dates Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Adult Skate ends Apr 30 1:45–2:35 pm Red Pad 2:15–3:35 pm Red Pad Parent & Tot Skate ends Apr 26 1:15–2:05 pm Red Pad 9:45–10:45 am Red Pad Parent & Tot Shinny Hockey ends Apr 30 4:00–4:50 pm Green Pad 9:30–10:20 am Green Pad FREE – SPONSORED BY THE CITY OF WOODSTOCK PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT Definitions and Cancellation Dates Adult Skating – Participants must be 18 years of age or older. No skating dates – Apr 2.

Parent & Tot Skating – Maximum age of child participants is 5 years of age. Puck and sticks are NOT PERMITTED on ice. Parent & Tot gliders (skating aids) will be available. No skating dates – Apr 5. Parent & Tot Shinny Hockey – Maximum age of child participants is 5 years of age. Puck and sticks ARE PERMITTED on ice.All participants must wear a helmet and gloves. Parent & Tot gliders (skating aids) will NOT be available. No skating dates – Apr 2. Free March Break Public Skating Day Date Time Arena Sponsor Mon Mar 12 11:15 am–12:05 pm Southwood Red Bill McKinnon,Trustee Tue Mar 13 11:15 am–12:05 pm Southwood Red Your Neighbourhood Credit Union Wed Mar 14 11:15 am–12:05 pm Southwood Green Your Neighbourhood Credit Union Thu Mar 15 11:15 am–12:05 pm Southwood Red Brock and Visser Funeral Home Fri Mar 16 11:15 am–12:05 pm Southwood Red Brock and Visser Funeral Home Summer Adult Skating Day Date Time Session(s) Arena Fee Wed Jun 6–Jul 25 2:00–3:00 pm 8 Southwood Green Free FREE – SPONSORED BY THE CITY OF WOODSTOCK PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT ** Please note skating times may change due to Special Events not scheduled at the time of printing. Please check What’s on Woodstock magazine for updates. **

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 PARKS & OPEN SPACES 73 PA R K S & O P E N S PA C E S Woodstock offers over 350 Hectares of Parkland and Open Spaces to the 41,000 people that live in the city. The City of Woodstock is proud of our award winning parks, gardens and floral displays found throughout the city. You will find a variety of gardens and floral displays including roadside gardens, gateway gardens, planters, hanging baskets and wonderful destination gardens that keep our city looking bright, vibrant and beautiful.

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 PARKS & OPEN SPACES 74 Playgrounds The City of Woodstock has 39 playgrounds located in 51 parks and 9 parkettes.The replacement and upgrading of playground equipment with city funds remains a challenge that the community can help us with. Local community groups and School Parent Councils can help to expedite the replacement or enhancement of playgrounds in their area through local fundraising. City staff will meet with interested citizens or groups to help develop a fundraising plan for your playground. By getting involved in this way, you’ll assist us in designing a playground that not only meets safety standards but reflects your community’s special needs. If you would like to discuss fundraising for your neighbourhood or would like to sponsor a playspace please call the Parks and Recreation office.

If you notice damage to city parks please contact the Park office at 519-539-2382 Ext. 4101. Playground Safety Tips To ensure that playgrounds are safe for our children we need to work together! Here are some safety tips which parents and caregivers should be familiar with and teach your children. • Playgrounds are not to be used during freezing or wet conditions. • Remove cords and drawstrings on children’s hoods, hats and jackets. • Tuck in all clothing that can get caught on playground equipment. • Wear a neck warmer instead of a scarf.

• Take off bicycle helmets before using playground equipment. • Bicycle helmets can get trapped in equipment and strangle a child. • Make sure children do not tie ropes or skipping ropes to slides and other playground equipment. • Supervise children on the playground. • Teach children how to use playground equipment and play safely. • Pets are not allowed on playground surfaces. Rotary Skate/Bike Park The Woodstock Skate/Bike Park is located in Southside Park. Here are the rules of use: • This is an unsupervised playground – use at your own risk. • PERIOD OF OPERATION – Dawn to Dusk, weather permitting.The facility is closed when wet or frozen conditions exist. • This outdoor facility is designed for use by skateboards, bicycles and rollerblades.

• All children under the age of 8 years must be supervised by an adult. • It is recommended that all users wear protective equipment including a helmet, knee pads and elbow pads to minimize any opportunity for injuries. • The City of Woodstock is not responsible for any injuries that may occur. • All users agree to act in an orderly, safe and considerate manner while on the premises. Extreme recklessness will not be tolerated. • Profanity, fighting and loud music are prohibited. • Drugs and alcohol are prohibited in this park. • Graffiti, littering and loud music are prohibited. • In accordance with the Provincial Bylaw no person shall smoke on and around children’s playgrounds including the skate/bike park and public sports fields/surfaces.

• No makeshift equipment may be brought onto the premises. No individual or group will be permitted to alter, modify or construct any additions to the equipment that has been established on the site by the City of Woodstock. • The City of Woodstock reserves the right to revoke use of the facility privileges for individuals who do not comply with these guidelines.

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 PARKS & OPEN SPACES 75 Tennis Courts Woodstock has six tennis courts located at Richardson Park and Brompton Park.The courts are available for public use on a first- come first-serve basis or by reservation.These courts are maintained by the City and are open for your enjoyment on a seasonal basis from May 1, until October 30. Look under the Recreation programs for more information on tennis lessons offered by the Parks & Recreation Dept. Pickleball Courts Woodstock has 3 unlit pickleball courts located in Park Row Park. (176 Park Row - Located at Park Row and Alma Street).The courts are available for public use on a first-come first-serve basis or by reservation.

Basketball Courts Woodstock has three basketball courts across the city.The courts are available for public use on a first-come first-serve basis or by reservation. • Park Row Park – 176 Park Row (Located at Park Row and Alma Street). • Victoria Park – 413 Buller St. (Located between Drew Street, Graham Street, Buller Street and Light Street). • William Dutton Park – 89 Algonquin Rd. (Located at Ojibway Street to Algonquin Road). Beach Volleyball Court Come and join in on the fun at the beach volleyball court located in Southside Park.The court is available for public use on a first-come first-serve basis or by reservation. Contact the Parks & Recreation Dept. for reservation information. parksandrecreation@cityofwoodstock.ca Soccer Fields Woodstock has 34 soccer fields within the city. Each soccer field is categorized into three classes, which describes its field quality and associated amenities. Class A fields are full size, lit and have nets. Class B fields are full size with nets, and may be irrigated. Class C fields are small fields that have no nets and are not irrigated. • Cowan Park – 895 Ridgwood Drive – 1 class A field and 21 Class B fields.

• This facility is programmed exclusively by the Woodstock Soccer Club. For booking please contact the club at 519-421-0030. • Les Cook Park – 1227 Sprucedale Road – 1 Class B field • William Dutton Park – 89 Algonquin Rd. – 1 Class C field. • Hunting Estates Park – 1103 Pearson Dive – 1 Class B field. • Southside Park – 219 Finkle Street – 1 Class B field. • McIntosh Park – 140 Butler Street – 4 Class B fields. • Woodstock District Community Centre – 347 Finkle Street – 2 Class B fields.

• Southwood Sports Field – 375 Juliana Drive – 1 Class B field. • Les McKerral Park – 664 Southwood Way – 1 Class B field. For more information or bookings please contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 519-539-2382 Ext. 4101.

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 PARKS & OPEN SPACES 76 Community Garden Plots Do you have a shady back yard and would like to have a vegetable garden? The city of Woodstock has a community garden at Cottle Park on Salter Avenue (off Parkinson).There are 32 plots that are 16’ x 16’ in size.The garden is fenced and irrigated to help ensure a healthy crop. For more information on renting contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 519-539-2382 Ext. 4101. Picnics & Photos in City Parks Looking for a picturesque location for wedding photos or to host an event? City parks are an ideal place to host events such as company, family, and church picnics. Picnic areas available for booking include the Band Shell, Boat House and ten picnic areas throughout Southside Park. For more information of booking and rental fees please call the Park and Recreation office at 519‑539‑2382 Ext. 4101.

Tulip Sales Tulips from the 2018 spring gardens will be for sale at the parks department located at 192 Old Wellington Street South in Southside Park. Come see us from 1:00–6:00pm Thursday, May 31st or Friday, June 1st.You can purchase 25 tulip bulbs for $6 (cash only). Trails & Bikeways Bike, Walk or Roll! Woodstock has an extensive multi-use recreational trail and bikeway system that consists of on- and off-road leisure opportunities for cyclists, in-line skaters, walkers and other non-motorized recreational pursuits. For more information about these trails call 519-539-2382 Ext. 4101.

Dog Walking on Trails The city of Woodstock requires all dog owners to abide all by-laws (212.4.1 to 216.4.1). • Dogs must be on a leash. • Dogs must wear an up-to-date City of Woodstock License tag. • Owners must “stoop and scoop” their dog’s waste. • Owners must maintain control at all times. Others dogs and people may not appreciate your dog approaching them. • Unleashed dogs chase local wildlife and affect animal habitat.

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 PARKS & OPEN SPACES 77 Cycling on Trails It is the responsibility of the cyclist to give way to all other trail users. You must sound your approach and ride safely at all times. Bicycle Etiquette & Safety Tips for Cyclists How to Ride on Trails: • Obey all signs and signals • Use hand signals • Keep bike in good repair • Follow lane markings if present • Don’t pass on the right • Never ride against traffic • Use pack or rack for belongings • Make eye contact with pedestrians • Lock your bike • Pass other cyclists and pedestrians on the left after alerting them with a bell or horn • Ride with caution • Travel at speed safe for conditions • Be polite, stay to the right! Let us know if there are any issues on the trail system. Some issues may include hazardous trees, wash outs or ruts in the trail.We want to know about it. E-mail us at parksandrecreation@cityofwoodstock.ca Leash Free Dog Park The City of Woodstock has leash free dog parks on Henry Street and Roth Park (Roth Park is operated by UTRCA). Leash free zones are fully fenced areas where owners are allowed to have their dogs run off leash. Outside of the Leash free Parks, the requirements of the Dog Control By-Law must be met at all times: • Dogs must be on a leash. • Dogs must wear an up-to-date City of Woodstock License tag. • Owners must “stoop and scoop” their dog’s waste. • Owners must maintain control at all times. Others dogs and people may not appreciate your dog approaching them.

Dogs are not permitted in the following areas under any circumstances: • The protective surfacing surrounding or beneath playground equipment. • Floral gardens. • Sports fields. • Tennis courts. • Garden plots. Hosting Festivals & Events in Woodstock Planning a Festival or Event? The City of Woodstock recognizes the importance that festivals and events can play in our community.They contribute to our quality of life, local economic development and community identity. The city intends to be proactive in attracting new events, as well as working with existing event organizers to support the success of their activities.

We can assist event organizers in identifying the permits and approvals required to provide a safe and successful event.Anyone planning an outdoor festival or event must first contact the Parks & Recreation Department to obtain event guidelines to ensure all requirements for hosting an event are in place. For more information contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 519-539-2382 Ext. 4101.

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 PARKS & OPEN SPACES 78 Trees and Woodlots The urban forest is made up of all the trees growing in the City of Woodstock, including city owned street and park trees, trees in forested areas, as well as trees on private property.Trees are an important part of Woodstock’s urban landscape, and provide a wide variety of social, health, aesthetic, economic and environmental benefits.The City’s Forestry Department manages Woodstock’s urban forest using a long-term, sustainable strategy of development and maintenance in order to provide a healthy green cover on public lands.

Arbor Day Tree Planting Ceremony Each year Woodstock celebrates Arbor Day by planting trees at a preselected school in our community. Students, teachers, parents, local community groups and City staff join together to help plant a variety of trees and shrubs. Arbor Day originated in Nebraska in 1872 where a day was set aside and over a million trees were planted.This idea quickly spread to neighbouring states and to Canada.Today we still celebrate by planting trees each spring in Woodstock. Do your part to green up Woodstock by participating in Arbor Day activities by planting a tree at your residence. Join us this year on April 28th for our Tree Planting Day. For more information contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 519‑539-2382 Ext. 4101.

Spring Clean Up Please join us on April 21st (RAIN or SHINE) to help make Woodstock more beautiful! Meet at the Parks Department Shop: 192 Old Wellington St. South. Enjoy a free BBQ at the Parks Department after the Clean-up! Everyone is welcome and appreciated: Individuals, Groups,Teams, Families and Neighbours! For more information contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 519-539-2382 Ext. 4101. Watering Young Street Trees The goal is moist soil as far as 8 to 12 inches below the surface. • For the first three years, young trees need weekly watering from mid-April to mid-October.

• Probe your soil below the surface before watering. If the soil feels moist and sticky, allow it to dry for several more days before watering. If the soil feels dry and crumbly, water deeply once a week. • Water deeply by setting your hose on a slow trickle at the base of the tree or use a soaker hose around the tree. On average, your tree will need 15 gallons of water per week. • Remember that lawn watering will not replace the need to deeply water young trees. Mulching Young Trees 4 feet in diameter, 4 inches from the trunk, and 4 inches deep The City of Woodstock places mulch around the new street tree, but not around the trunk which creates a healthy environment for the tree. Please follow the next guidelines.

• Remember the 4x4x4 rule: spread mulch in a 4-foot diameter around the tree, 4 inches away from the trunk, and 4 inches deep.

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 PARKS & OPEN SPACES 79 • Mulch will keep soil temperatures cool, retain water, and discourage weeds. It will slowly decompose and should be replenished as needed during the first three growing years. • Fertilizer is not recommended at planting time.Trees come with enough fertilizer from the nursery, and over time mulch will provide new nutrients to the tree. • Avoid using “weed and feed” fertilizers.They contain herbicides that can damage or kill young trees.

Pruning All pruning will be done by the City of Woodstock Parks Department staff.Any damages done to a street tree by a homeowner pruning may include a fine of the removal and full cost of a replacement tree. Please contact the Park and Recreation office at 519‑539‑2382 Ext. 4101 with any tree inquiries. Weeding and Protecting Keeping your tree out of harm’s way • Weeds and grass compete with trees for water and nutrients.They are also allopathic (they produce a chemical which inhibits other plant growth, including trees).

• Do not use weed trimmers or lawn mowers near the base of trees. Hand-pull weeds instead. When the thin bark of young trees is injured, the bark will split and die back.This can cause disease, unwanted pests, and the sun to scald the bark, resulting in decay or death. • For optimal tree growth and health, keep a four foot circle around your young tree clear of grass, weeds, or other plant life. The City Beautiful Awards The City Beautiful Awards were established to give recognition to those private, institutional and corporate citizens who have taken the time to beautify and maintain their properties thereby contributing to a more attractive neighbourhood and community.

Eligibility Eligibility is based solely on the property entered/nominated being within the City of Woodstock limits and visibility of same from an adjoining municipal street or streets. Properties may be entered by the owner or nominated by an outside party; all entries subject to verification by the Awards Committee. Judging Judging will be based on the following criteria: • originality of garden landscape design; • plant material; • maintenance and vigor of plant material and beds; • overall effect. Awards in the form of plaques will be given to the Best of Class and Runner-up in the following categories: Residential, Multi Residential, New Landscape Residential (within last year), Most Unique Garden, Most Innovative Garden,Turf Free Landscape (10% turf), Commercial, Industrial, Institutional, Block Award.

Nominations If you would like to have a part in the 37th annual City Beautiful Awards you can use the nomination form located here to recognize a garden that is helping to beautify the City of Woodstock. “THE CITY BEAUTIFUL AWARDS” were established to give recognition to those private, institutional and corporate citizens who have taken the time to beautify and maintain their properties thereby contributing to a more attractive neighbourhood and community. “ELIGIBILITY” is based solely on the property entered/nominated being within the City of Woodstock limits and visibility of same from an adjoining municipal street or streets. Properties may be entered by the owner or nominated by an outside party; all entries subject to verification by the Awards Committee.

“JUDGING” will be based on the following criteria: • originality of garden landscape design; • plant material; • maintenance and vigor of plant material and beds; • overall effect. “AWARDS” in the form of plaques will be given to the Best of Class and Runner-up in the following categories: Residential, Multi Residential, New Landscape Residential (within last year), Most Unique Garden, Most Innovative Garden, Turf Free Landscape (10% turf), Commercial, Industrial, Institutional, Block Award.

THE CITY BEAUTIFUL AWARDS NOMINATION FORM Please Print OCCUPANT _ _ OCCUPANT’S PHONE _ _ ADDRESS _ _ CATEGORY _ _ Return to: CITY BEAUTIFUL AWARDS, City Hall, 500 Dundas Street, POBox1539, Woodstock, ON N4S 0A7, or Parks and Recreation Office, located just inside the Old Wellington St. S. entrance to Southside Park. Nominations will be received at the above addresses up to June 30th.

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 PARKS & OPEN SPACES 80 How to Rent Sportsfields We are committed to a fair and balanced allocation of public recreational spaces for all Woodstock residents. Recognizing the ever changing landscape and increased demand for recreational services, we are responsive to community needs and our recreational facilities and services are delivered in a fair and equitable manner.All city run sports fields are open for play May 1st. For more information contact the Parks and Recreation Dept. email: parksandrecreation@ cityofwoodstock.ca or call (519) 539-2382 Ext. 4101. Parks Projects to Look For in 2018 The City of Woodstock Parks Department undertakes multiple improvement projects each year. The City of Woodstock is continually working to improve parks, trails, and recreation facilities, designing and maintaining them to meet current and future community needs.The following projects will be undertaken during the 2018 budget year.

• Hunting Estates Park playground improvement. • Shanna Larsen Park basketball ½ court. • Donald Thompson rink hut revitalization and new community garden. • Ludington Park new playground. • Charlie Tatham / Peace Park revitalization. • Southside Park gazebo gardens and water feature revitalization. • Southside Park outdoor drinking fountain and bottle filling station. • Southside Park East and West baseball diamond renovations. Planning process for new parks Parks and pathways play a key role in enhancing Woodstock residents’ quality of life.They contribute to residents’ physical and psychological health, enhance civic pride and strengthen local identity. Parks and pathways also support the greenspace network, enhance the City’s natural beauty and promote active transportation. In order to achieve customer service excellence, the City of Woodstock strives to provide new and growing communities with excellent parks and pathways that meet the active and passive recreational needs of residents.

The success of parks and pathways begins in the early stages of planning, during the pre-application consultation stage and again at the subdivision review stage, when park blocks and pathways are selected and acquired.The size and shape of a park block helps define which facilities can be accommodated while the location of pathway locks helps provide an interconnected greenspace network. The City’s annual park budgeting exercise, as well as park design and construction process, are key factors that influence the delivery of new parks.

Reserving Park Facilities Areas/Facilities Available for Private Use Southside Park: • Ball Diamonds • Soccer Pitches • Volleyball Sand Court • Various picnic areas (2 include large rain shelters - Boathouse and Bandshell) • Gazebo area perfect for small wedding and photos Complex: • Ball Diamonds • Soccer Pitches • Entire outdoor facility-may also include indoor facilities in the Community Complex Building Various other sports facilities available on request. Making a Reservation For more information on reservations and rental fees please contact the Parks and Recreation office at 519‑539‑2382 Ext. 4101 or email parksandrecreation@cityofwoodstock.ca. The Parks and Recreation Office is located at 192 Old Wellington St. S. (Southside Park).

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 PARKS & OPEN SPACES 81 PARKS Park Area (Acres) Address Playground Playground Equipment Accessible Ball Diamonds Soccer Fields Indoor Walkig Track Cricket/Lawn Bowling Pickleball Court Skate Park Tennis Basketball Volleyball Splash Pad Outdoor Ice Rink Trails/Track Community Gardens River/Lake/Pond Leash Free Indoor Facility Parking Washroom/Porta Pottie Seasonal Picnic Pavilion Altadore 0.9 36 Altadore Cres. • • Argyle 10.67 West of Finkle St. • Bexley 0.59 51 Bexley St • Broadview 1.57 277 St. Andrews Ave. • • Brompton 12.43 871 Grosvenor St • 2 • • Burtch St. 0.51 74 Burtch St. • • Charlie Tatham Peace 1.92 121 Dundas St. • • Chuck Armstrong Memorial 6.48 188 Phelan St • Civic Square (Museum) 0.74 466 Dundas St • Community Complex 37.26 347 Finkle St. 2 2 • Cottle 3.73 664 Parkinson Rd • Cowan Fields 24.77 1495 Devonshire Ave • 3 • Cowan Park – Soccer Club 48.41 895 Ridgewood Dr • 22 • Cree Ave. 5.12 48 Seneca Place • David Lowes Memorial 3.09 291 Lakeview Dr • Donald A.Thomson 6.51 647 Springbank Ave. N • Dr. JJ Williams 1.13 489 Lakeview Dr. • • Eastdale 2.01 919 Alice St. • • Edgewood 3.27 225 Edgewood D • Ferncrest 2.57 289 Ferncrest Rd • Henry Street (Dog Park) 2.33 Henry St. • Homer Brown 7.78 818 Alice St. • Hunting Estates 3.43 1103 Pearson Dr • Kintrea 9.87 320 Parkinson Rd. 2 • • Knightsbridge 2.71 747 Knightbridge Rd. • Les Cook 5.39 1227 Sprucedale Rd • Les McKerral 5.44 664 Southwood Way • Ludington 3.88 945 Springbank Ave. • • Marlboro 0.27 22 Marlboro St. • • Meadow Wood 0.69 Meadow Wood Way McIntosh 6.98 140 Butler St • 4 McWinnie 22.18 760 Juliana Dr. • Northland 2.56 69 Northland Cres • Park Row 2.05 176 Park Row • 3 • Richardson 6.43 860 James St • 4 • Roth Park – UTRCA 17.7 655 Highland Dr • Shanna Larsen Memorial 3.93 1100 Upper Thames Dr • Sloane Street 4.27 791 Sloane St.

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 PARKS & OPEN SPACES 82 PARKS Park Area (Acres) Address Playground Playground Equipment Accessible Ball Diamonds Soccer Fields Indoor Walkig Track Cricket/Lawn Bowling Pickleball Court Skate Park Tennis Basketball Volleyball Splash Pad Outdoor Ice Rink Trails/Track Community Gardens River/Lake/Pond Leash Free Indoor Facility Parking Washroom/Porta Pottie Seasonal Picnic Pavilion Southside 64.89 192 Old Wellington St. S. 3 • 3 • Springbank 1.46 113 Springbank Ave. N • Springbank Snow Countess 0.31 995 Dundas St. • Southwood Sportsfield 6.59 375 Juliana Dr • Sudsworth 15.66 224 Springbank Ave. S • • Sutherland 5.17 685 Sutherland Dr • Terry Fox Track - TVDSB 4 700 College Ave. • • Trevor Slater 2.41 62 Finch Ave • Vansittart Avenue 3.05 170 Vansittart Ave • Victoria 5.02 413 Buller St. 2 • • West End 3.66 208 Dundas St • William Dutton 5.87 89 Algonquin Rd • William Grey 5.65 499 Leinster St • PARKETTES Name Parkette Area (Acres) Address Playground Playground Equipment Accessible Garden Beds Naturalized Area Garbage Receptical Bench/Seating Picnic Table Trails /Track River/Lake/Pond Indoor Facility Accessible Walkways Parking Washroom/Porta Pottie Seasonal Picnic Pavilion Broadway 0.08 Broadway St./Main St. CAW 0.34 Beale St./Ingersoll Ave. Fletcher 0.12 Norwich Ave./Cedar St. • Grant Street 0.15 Grant St./Ingersoll Ave. • • Hillside 0.45 Hillside/Cathrine St.

North Park Cres. 0.5 North Park Cres./Sloane St. James Street 0.7 James St./Stafford St. • Main Street 0.12 Mill St./Main St. Environmental 0.68 683 Lansdowne Ave •

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 PARKS & OPEN SPACES 83 PARK WOODLOTS Name Woodlot Area (Acres) Address Trails Trail Length Trail Slope % (Estimate) Trail Accessible Playground Garbage Receptical Bench/Seating River/Lake/Pond Leash Free Indoor Facility Parking Washroom/Porta Pottie Seasonal Picnic Pavilion Bexley 0.59 51 Bexley St. Lions Trail (Connects Bexley and Standard Tube) 2.1 4% • • 99 Eleventh Line Homestead Lane 0.5 >4% • Burgess 117.4 403 Tecumseh St. River Trail 4% • • Cedar Creek 30.8 132 Dundas St. Youth Start Trail 1.5 >4 • Finch 1.64 62 Finch Ave. >4% Hickson 7.3 516 Oxford Rd #17 Hickson Trail 1.5 >4% • 35 Pittock Park Rd.

28 Pittock Park Rd. 49 Fredrick St. McIntosh 2.52 140 Butler St. N/A • Patullo 57 1489 Patullo Ave. N/A • • Pittock North Shore, UTRCA 268.3 221 Pittock Park Rd. Husky Trail, UTRCA 2.3 >4% • • North Shore Trail, UTRCA 2.1 >4 • Pittock South Shore, UTRCA 139.38 566 Highland Dr. Roth Park Trail, UTRCA 6.7 >4 • 647 Springbank Ave. N Donald Thompson Park Trail 0.2 >4% • 683 Lansdowne Ave. South Shore Trail, UTRCA 2.6 >4% • Environmental 0.68 • Potter’s Way 1.6 Potters Way/ Pembers Pass N/A Sudsworth 15.7 224 Springbank Ave. S N/A Trevor Slater 2.4 62 Finch Ave. Trevor Slater Park Trail 0.7 >4 • West End 2.24 208 Dundas St.W N/A • Woodall Woods 4.84 1459 Devonshire Ave. Woodall Woods Trail 0.5 >4 •

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 ADVERTISER INDEX 84 A D V E R T I S E R I N D E X Cardinal Home Inspections . 2 Woodstock Fire Dept . . 11 Woodstock Gym Club . . 15 Woodstock Triathlon Club . . 15 Stemotics . . 19 TW Stages Youth Theatre . . 19 STEM Camp . . 31 Craigowan Junior Golf Clinic...31 Countryside Camp & Conference Centre . . 31 Execulink Telecom . . 39 South Gate Centre . . 50 Dr. Ed Hoben Family & Cosmetic Dentistry . . 84 Domestic Abuse Services Oxford . . 85 East Side Mario’s . . 85 Southside Aquatic Centre . . 87 Woodstock Transit . . 88 Thank You Advertisers! Advertise in our Fall/Winter 2018–2019 Rec Guide by contacting the Parks & Recreation Department Clerk at 519-539-2382 ext. 4101. Size Non-profit Regular Quarter page $225 $275 Half page (tall or wide) $400 $450 Full page $675 $725 Covers (inside, back) $850 $850 Ad Reservations are due by July 13, 2018. Call today to reserve! Fee Assistance in Recreation (FAIR) The FAIR program assist City of Woodstock residents living in low income with the opportunities to participate in recreation and leisure activities provided by the City.

• A credit will be placed on the City Recreation account for families who qualify. The account will be good for 1 year and can be used on recreational city programs. Who can apply? To qualify you must meet the following criteria; • Live in the City of Woodstock • Have a family income that falls below the Low Income Cut-Off (LICO) for your family size. (See chart below) Family Size Annual Income 1 person $24,600 2 people $30,625 3 people $37,650 4 people $45,712 5 people $51,846 6 people $58,473 7 people $65,101 More than 7 people, for each additional person, add $6,628.

(Source: Statistics Canada, 2017, Income Research Paper Series, 75002M, Table 2, Low income cut-offs [1992 base] before tax) How to Apply • Download and complete the Fee Assistance in Recreation (FAIR) Application Form • Photocopy proof of residence (i.e. driver’s license, property tax bill or utility bill) • Photocopy last year’s Notice of Assessment from the Canadian Revenue Agency to cover the entire family. If you are not able to find last year’s Notice of Assessment you can call the Canadian Revenue Agency at 1-800-959-8281 to obtain a copy of the “Income Tax Return”-Information Regular (which shows line 150) • Place form and documentation in an envelope marked: City of Woodstock Fee Assistance in Recreation Program P.O. Box 1539, 500 Dundas St. Woodstock, Ontario N4S 0A7 • For any question call 519-539-2382 x4101 or e-mail: parksandrecreation@cityofwoodstock.ca

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 COMMUNITY CONTACTS 85 C O M M U N I T Y C O N TA C T S Did we miss your organization? Contact the Parks & Recreation Dept. at parksandrecreation@cityofwoodstock.ca or 519-539-2382 Ext. 4101 to be included in the next edition. Community Groups Organization Name Contact Number E-mail or Web Sport or Activity Offered Lions Club of Woodstock 519-537-1553 mschadenberg@rogers.com Meet the first and third Monday of the month Optimist Club of Woodstock info@woodstockoptimistclub.com A service club focused on giving back Oxford Winds Community Concert Band 519-608-2222 www.oxfordwinds.ca Brass and woodwind band. All levels welcome. Rotary Club of Woodstock 519-532-2181 www.woodstockoxfordrotary.org Service club who provides humanitarian aid St. John Ambulance 519-537-5622 woodstock@on.sja.ca First aid training, volunteer opportunities South Gate Centre 519-539-9817 www.southgatectr.com Programming for active adults 50+ Theatre Woodstock Box Office 519-537-2582 General Manager 519-537-8871 tw@execulink.com gm@theatrewoodstock.com Theatre arts Woodstock Choralaires 519-539-7630 www.woodstockchoralaires.ca Choral singing in a wide range of musical genres Health & Well Being Organization Name Contact Number E-mail or Web Sport or Activity Offered FLK-Taoist Tai Chi™ 519-421-9956 www.taoist.org/woodstock Taoist Tai Chi™ Iron Monkey MMA & Fitness Club 519-421-8260 www.ironmonkeymma.ca MMA, boxing, wrestling, judo, jiu judo, muay Thai Radiant Health Yoga 519-539-0654 www.radianthealthyoga.ca Yoga: hot, warm, regular, prenatal Reflections Yoga and Wellness 519-537-6608 wanda@reflectionsyogaandwellness.ca Hatha yoga Woodstock Fitness & Racquet Club 519-539-5599 info@wfrc.ca www.wfrc.ca Squash, fitness & cardio, group fitness classes, personal and team training.

YMCA of Woodstock 519-539-6181 www.ymcawo.ca Family fitness and recreation

Recreation & Leisure Guide Spring/Summer 2018 COMMUNITY CONTACTS 86 COMMUNITY CONTACTS COMMUNITY CONTACTS Sport & Recreational Clubs Organization Name Contact Number E-mail or Web Sport or Activity Offered Elite Dance Centre 519-537-2105 www.elitedance.ca Quality dance education for all ages Footprints Dance Centre 519-532-4905 www.footprintsdancecentre.com Dance lessons Friendly City Taekwon-Do 519-788-0640 www.friendlycitytkd.com Taekwon-do Move with Grace 519-536-7963 www.movewithgrace.ca Recreational & competitive dance Navy League of Canada 519-539-2111 www.navyleague.ca Naval programs for youth aged 9–18 Oxford Sailing Club 519-533-1849 Sailing Rotary Dragon Boat Fun Race League dragonboatwoodstock@gmail.com www.woodstockdragonboat.ca Learn to dragon boat for 6 weeks each spring Sunday Nite Parties 519-539-9772 carolampy@yahoo.ca Mixed 5 pin bowling night Swimettes 519-539-3627 Swimming for arthritic people Thames Valley Squares 226-401-3631 markvort@execulink.com Square dancing & cued waltzing Woodstock Badminton Club 519-539-1191 www.woodstockbadmintonclub.org Badminton and pickleball Woodstock Community Services Lobball League 519-539-9772 carolampy@yahoo.ca Co-ed slow pitch Woodstock Cooperative Dance School Info@dancewoodstock.com www.dancewoodstock.com Dance including regular sessions, camps Woodstock Cricket Club 519-472-9896 eurilglasgow@rogers.com Cricket Woodstock Curling Club 519-539-9512 curl@woodstockcc.on.ca Curling for all ages and all skill levels Woodstock Cycling Club woodstockcyclingclub@gmail.com www.woodstockcyclingclub.ca Mountain biking and road cycling Woodstock Dragon Boat Club 226-289-3894 woodstockdbc@gmail.com twitter.com/woodstockdbc Adult and junior dragon boating Woodstock Field Naturalists’ Club 519-424-2673 www.execulink.com/~wfnc Protecting and learning about nature Woodstock Flying Club 519-537-8948 www.wofc.ca Flying for certified pilots Woodstock Gym Club 519-421-0953 www.woodstockgymclub.com Gymnastics Woodstock Industrial Co-Ed Baseball League 519-539-0220 egauvin58@rogers.com Slo-pitch co-ed baseball Woodstock Lawn Bowling Club 519-537-7345 www.woodstocklawnbowling.com Lawn bowling Woodstock Legion Athletic Club www.wlac.ca Track & Field Woodstock Men’s Slo-pitch League mitch_lattimer18@outlook.com www.woodstockmensslopitch.com Men’s Slo-pitch Woodstock Minor Ball Association 519-535-0571 www.woodstockminorbaseball.com Youth co-ed baseball Woodstock Minor Football Association 519-536-6988 www.woodstockfootball.ca Youth tackle and flag football Woodstock Minor Hockey Association Inc. 519-539-3181 wmha@bellnet.ca woodstockminorhockey.com Hockey Woodstock Model Sailing Club 226-785-0749 mckinneyja@gmail.com Remote control sailing Woodstock Oxford Minor Basketball Association 519-421-2057 www.womba.ca Basketball Woodstock Radio Control Flying Club 519-537-2539 www.woodstockrcflyingclub.ca Flying radio control airplanes and helicopters Woodstock Rotary Dragon Boat Festival dragonboatwoodstock@gmail.com www.woodstockdragonboat.ca Dragon boat paddling and festival Woodstock Skating Club 519-421-1661 woodskater@execulink.com Teaching skating to all ages including hockey players Woodstock Soccer Club 519-421-0030 www.woodstocksoccer.com Soccer Woodstock Taekwon-Do Club 519-533-7320 c.w.parker@hotmail.com Taekwon-do martial arts Woodstock Triathlon Club 519-788-1255 woodstocktriathlonclub@gmail.com Triathlon and duathlon training: swimming, biking, running.

Woodstock Volleyball Club 519-421-(BALL)2255 www.woodstockvolleyballclub.com Youth and adult volleyball Woodstock Water Striders 519-421-0994 mcroutenburg@sympatico.ca Dragonboat team Woodstock Wildcats Girls Hockey Association 519-536-9639 www.woodstockwildcats.com Girls hockey Woodstock Women’s Fastball Association 519-532-2881 WWFAlovethegame@live.com facebook.com/ladiesfastballwoodstock Softball Woodstock Women’s Slo-Pitch 519-608-2294 streuts2002@hotmail.com Women’s slo-pitch