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Penticton rec co-ordinator Bob Pope talks about upcoming Fall and Winter activities at the community centre.
Penticton recreation co-ordinator writes about importance of getting outside to play.
Activities for families planned from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Feb. 11
Penticton Community Centre is offering programs for all ages in fall and winter
Penticton recreation department offering a host of programs for children and adults
It is new year’s resolution time and most of us will be setting goals to improve our health and well-being
The new winter Recreation Guide comes out in Wednesday's Western News
Happy fall everyone! I am challenged with the task of getting kids active in Penticton. It’s not just physically active but creatively, socially and even mentally. Our fall programs are in high gear and in many cases we can even fit a few more participants into classes that have just started.
If you sell greeting cards, calendars, vacations or work in recreation, the day-to-day is always balanced by planning months ahead. So while most people have been looking forward to summer vacations my colleagues and I have been planning fall programs.
The World Health Organization initiated Move for Health Day nine years ago to bring awareness to the looming crisis of sedentary and inactive lifestyles. I have been writing a Move for Health Day Western column since 2002, and more than ever people spend time in front of computer screens or televisions.
Spring is officially here and this is a time of fresh beginnings, growth and blossoming. The same can be said for the potential growth of your children.
Spring is around the corner, and that means the first challenge for parents with school age children is: how do we keep the kids busy during the two weeks of spring break? Our recreation team has the answer. We have half-day and full-day programs for preschoolers and children 6-12 years.