PROGRAMS & SERVICES
|Parent & Tot Skate
This program is for preschoolers and their parent/guardian to enjoy time together on the ice. Hockey sticks and pucks are not permitted during this time, and children must wear a helmet while on the ice.
Home Alone & Basic First Aid (Plus: *Optional Camp Extension)
Is your child ready to stay at home alone? Empower children aged 9–12 with confidence and skills to care for themselves when home alone! Participants learn strategies to create a safe and positive environment, how to look after themselves for short periods of time, how to handle real-life situations, injury prevention and basic first aid.
Registration is Required – Minimum Group Size of 5, Maximum Group Size of 12
Members: $25 includes manual
Non-Members: $40 includes manual *Optional Camp Extension: $5.00
Time: 9:00am – 1:00pm
November 2, 2018
February 1, 2019
March 11, 2019
*Optional Camp Extension - If you need coverage beyond 1:00pm you have the option to extend the day to 4:30pm. Games, crafts and skating to round out the afternoon!
Walk This Way: Walking and Talking Parenting Group (children of all ages)
Program facilitated by Rural Response for Healthy Children. What's more fun than to bring your children in strollers/baby carriers and walk the Central Huron Community Complex track, while chatting and getting to know other parents. All parents are welcome even if your children are in school! The Central Huron YMCA staff will be joining in during your walks to do stroller-cise and some simple and fun exercising. Healthy snack and water provided. Wear comfy clothes and indoor running shoes. *New this Year* Some Wednesdays have also been set aside for parents and kids to enjoy some quality physical activity time out on the ice rink.
Taking place: October 3-December 12, 2018 and February 6 to April 24, 2019
Free to members and non-members
Wellness Access for Youth (Ages 10 - 13 yrs)
When youth participate in physical activities with family it strengthens potential for healthier lifestyles long term. Youth ages 10-13 may access the Wellness Centre with a parent and/or guardian 16 years of age or older after completing an orientation with a wellness staff member.
Youth orientation is similar to the adult orientation (ensure a safe and balanced program), except a parent and/or guardian MUST be present. Please see a wellness staff member to set up an orientation. After receiving the orientation, youth ages 10-13 must always be accompanied by a parent and/or guardian 16 years of age or older when accessing the Wellness Centre.
Youth that are 14 years old may access the Wellness Centre without a parent or guardian.