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Sportball-March Break Camp

March Break Camp provides a great change of pace for children during school holidays. Sportball camps focus on the eight core Sportball sports including hockey, soccer, tennis, baseball, basketball, volleyball, golf and football as well as arts and crafts, snack time, stories, music and co-operative games.

MSAC - Hand Table Knitting

Arm knitting has become a huge trend. This is our version of arm knitting using your hands and a table. The tension of the knitted fabric is created by the size of your hands and not needles. The stitches are much larger and you can create super-sized projects in a short amount of time. Materials included. Register by March 2 at the Reception Desk.

MSAC - Oral Health for Now

Find out the Importance of good oral health that will include daily mouth care, free oral health screening clinics and the services, resources and fee assistance available for older adults through the Halton Region. Pre-registration required.

MSAC - Selling, Renovating or Downsizing Your Home

Have you ever wondered if you are making the right choice? Maybe you are thinking of buying a smaller home or perhaps a condo. Should you stay and renovate? Are you thinking of selling your cottage? What is the trend in real estate? Find out tips how to guide you in the right decision for you. Pre-registration required.

ETAG Technology Coaching 55+

ETAG's technology coaches specialize in helping older adults with laptops, tablets, smartphones and the Internet. Small group sizes and easy to follow instructions are designed for participants at any skill level; from helping beginners learn the fundamentals of using Google and email, to assisting more tech savvy adults setup iPads or diagnose problems with a computer. Participants encouraged to bring their own equipment when possible.

Bronze Cross & SFA with CPR C and AED

Designed for lifesavers who want the challange of more advanced training including an introduction to safe supervision in aquatic facilities. Bronze Cross teaches the difference between lifesaving and lifeguarding, the principles of emergency procedures, teamwork, and use of special equipment. Bronze Cross and Standard first aid with CPR C are a prerequisite for all advanced training programs including National Lifeguard. Includes a 600m timed swim.

Bronze Medallion + Emergency First Aid with CPR B

Program teaches lifesaving principles embodied in the four components of water rescue education- judgment, knowledge, skill and fitness. Rescuers learn tows, carries, defense methods and releases in preparation for challenging rescues. Lifesavers develop stroke efficiency and endurance in a 500m timed swim. Emergency First Aid is a general knowledge of first aid skills including: victim assessment, rescue breathing, external bleeding and heart attack and stroke. CPR procedures for adult, child and infant are taught.

Lifesaving Swim Instructor & EFA Instructor with High Five ®

Lifesaving and Swim instructor prepares you to teach and evaluate the swimming strokes and related skills found in the Lifesaving Swim for Life program, Canadian Swim Patrol, And the Bronze medal programs. Candidates acquire proven teaching methods, planning skills, lifesaving skills and a variety of stroke development drills and correction techniques. Aldershot Sunday morning course is run in conjunction with the Swim lesson program where the Lifesaving Instructor participants will deliver lessons as part of the program content. Highfive ® is a link to children's mental health and the rationale 'Healthy Minds for healthy children training.' It allows you to identify key characters traits for healthy child development. Attendance is mandatory for successful completion.

March Break Blast Senior (6-12)

No school? No problem! Come have fun with SNAP summer leaders during March Break! Remember the fun of summer with special guests, events, cool trips or swimming daily and much more! Register daily or for the full week.

March Break Blast Senior (6-12yrs)

No school? No problem! Come have fun with SNAP summer leaders during March Break! Remember the fun of summer with special guests, events, cool trips or swimming daily and much more! Register daily or for the full week.
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