One Stop Registration
September 12 | 10am-2pm | Totem Mall
The fall Community One Stop event is where you can sign your family up for community activities and programs conveniently in one location. From music lessons, to karate, to cross-country skiing, you'll find something to keep you active through the long winter.

Check out all the details at:
Recreation Programs PSC
Check out all the details for the programs listed below by visiting:

Boots to Blades
This program consists of 30 minutes of parented instruction regarding ice safety and transitioning to from boots to skates on the ice, followed by 30 minutes of free play.

Ice Penguins of the PSC
An introduction to fun on the ice that is geared towards getting children accustomed to the ice without the use of skates. Ice games, story time, and coloring are all included.

Tumble Time
Bring your family to the Kids Arena Field House and crawl through tunnels, play with sport gear, and to play ball. Don't forget indoor shoes and a water bottle.

Fun Fridays - Pro-D Camps
Looking for something for your 5 - 10 year old to do during Pro-D days in 2015? Sign up for a Pro-D Camp at the PSC. Children must be attending school to enroll.

Parent & Tot Hockey
This is a non-competitive hockey time for young child (ages 0 - 5 years) and their parents. Half the ice will be used for hockey and the other half will be available for free play with ice toys.

Private Skating Lessons
New to skating or just looking to brush up on some skills? Contact a Recreation Programmer about one on one lessons for all ages and abilities.

Looking for public and drop-in skating times? Ice schedules can be found here:
Pool Programs NPLP

The North Peace Leisure Pool is CLOSED
for annual shutdown and maintenance from August 30 until September 27.

The pool will reopen on Monday, September 28 with a brand new Fall schedule.

Registration for Fall lessons will be accepted by calling 250-787-8178, going online (link below), or stopping at the Pomeroy Sport Center.

To check out all the details or to register for programs, click here: 
In This Issue
Curb-side recycling
starts in November

While the launch date is not set in stone, we hope to bring you a recycle cart by October and be picking up your recycling by November. This means that you will have garbage pick-up one week and recycling pick-up the next week. Your recycle cart will be bigger than your garbage cart so there will be plenty of room.
Don't panic! Recycling is easy and it will drastically reduce the garbage you send to the landfill. You don't need to worry about an overflowing garbage cart as you won't have that much garbage anymore. Watch for some recycling information to come out soon on the City website, Facebook, and Twitter.
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