Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Saturday, May 33, 1970 - THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD - 13 Registration For COMMUNITY SUMMER PROGRAM ACTIVITIES will be held at the Yates Memorial Centre TELEPHONE 328-8021 May 28th, 29th, 30th and June 1st and 2nd from 1 to 5 and 6 to 8 p.m. ALLIED ARTS BOWMAN CENTRE SUMMER PROGRAM CHILDREN, YOUTH, ADULT PAINTING POTTERY DRAMA PUPPETS BATIK CREATIVE WRITING DECOUPAGE STAGE MAKE-UP MUSIC REGISTER NOW 2:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. - Mon. thru Fri. BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE 11 5th Avt. S. 327-2813 Experienced Instructors Personalized Instruction Films Workshop Atmosphere DAY (AMPS 1 CHILDREN 8-14 YEARS DATES: HENDERSON LAKE (8-12 YEARS) Six 1-week Camps, commtncing June 22, 29, July 6,13, July 27, Aug. 4 PARK LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK 2 AND 12-14 YEARS) Three 2-week Camps commtncing June 22, July 6 and 27th HOURS 9:00 A.M.-3.30 P.M. DAILY MONDAY-FRIDAY Day Camps Will Feature: .Creative Theatre and Music ... # Swimming #. Outdoor. Cooking. . # Games #. Arts. and. Crafts. . # Group Living Experience MANY, MANY MORE Groups will consist 1 counsellor to 10 children DAY CAMP FEES: HENDERSON LAKE $3.00 PER CHILD FOR 1 WEEK Family Rates (3 or more children) $8.00 PARK LAKE $8.00 PER CHILD - 2 WEEK SESSION Family Rates (3 or more children) $20.00 Includes Bus Transportation to and from Civic Centre Campsite CAMPERS WILL BRING THEIR OWN LUNCH AND UNBREAKABLE DRINKING UTENSILS YOUTH ACTIVITIES 13-15 YEARS OF AGE WATCH YOUR NEWSPAPER FOR DETAILED INFORMATION ON THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL SKIL SCHOOL ACTIVITIES AND SPECIAL EVENTS: # BASKETBALL LEAGUE Teams to be selected from each school to play one game per week. # CHARM SCHOOLS # CREATIVE DANCING (GIRLS) # CANOE INSTRUCTION # SKIN DIVING # HEN PARTIES # HAY RIDES # CANOE RACES # KITE FlViNG # NOVELTY SWIM RACES # SOUTHERN ALTA. SUMMER GAMES YOUNG ADULT 16-18 YEARS OF AGE FOLK FESTIVAL BARN DANCE MOTORCYCLE RALLY AND COMPETITION NOVELTY SWIM RACES CANOE RACES BARBECUE-BARNDANCE BOWLING TRIP TO WATERTON AND WIENER ROAST HAY RIDE-CORN BOIL SOUTHERN ALTA. SUMMER GAMES FAMILY ACTIVITIES -Fishing Derby -Sunday Afternoon Concerts -Hay Ride -Corn Boil SWIM PROGRAM Children's Beginner program this summer will be again co-sponsored and co-administered by the Parks and Recreation Department and the Lethbridge Family YMCA. Those who successfully complete this program will receive awards of both sponsoring agencies. Children registering for the Beginner program must be 6 years old as of the first day of their chosen session and 3'6"tall. FUH CLUBS Children 6-and 7 Years of Age LOCATIONS RIDEAU COURT KINSMEN PARK GEORGE MCKILLOP GYRO PARK NORBRIDGE LAKEVIEW STAFFORDVILIE GENERAL STEWART OR LIONS CENTENNIAL WATER RESERVOIR Program held: 9:00 a.m.-12:00 neon Monday thru Friday No fees are charged for this program No advanced registrations required. A. CHILDREN'S MORNING LESSONS Four complete sessions for the summer moi.ihs. Each session will consist of 12 classes, 40 minutes in length, Mon. through Fri. Dates: Session 1, Juno 15-30; Session 2, July 2-17; Session 3, July 20-Aug. 5; Session 4, Aug. 6-21. FRITZ SICK POOL Class I 8:30- 9:10 a.m.-Beginners, Juniors Survival Swimming Class II 9:15- 9:55 a.m.-Begtnners, Junior* Class III 10:00*10:40 a.m.-Boginners, Intermediates Clan IV 10:45-11:25 a.m.-Beginers, Intermediate, Survival Swimming Class V 11:30-12:10 p.m.-Beginners, Seniors LIONS POOL Same as Fritz Sick Pool HENDERSON POOL Class I 8:30- 9:10 a.m.-Beginners, Juniors Class II 9:15- 9:55 a.m.-Beginners, Juniors YMCA POOL Class I 8:30- 9:10 a.m.-Beginners Class II 9:15- 9:55 a.m.-Beglniwrs Class III 10:00-10:40 a.m.-Beginners Class IV 11:30-12:10 p.m.-Beginners B. ADULT and TEENAGE LEARN TO SWIM FRITZ SICK POOL There will be one session Monday, starting July 6th and continuing each Mon. and Thurs. evening until Thurs., Aug. 13, 1970. Class I 7:30- 8:15 p.m. Class II 8:30- 9:15 p.m. Instruction on Red Cross levels. The session will consist of 12 classes, two per week. C. MOTHER and PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN LESSONS HENDERSON POOL Mon. thru Fri., 10:00 aim.-10:45 a.m. SISSION I-JUIY 6- Mv 10 SISSION IV-AUG. JO-AUG. 14 SESSION II-JUIY 13-JUIY 17 SESSION V-AUC. 17-AUO. 21 SESSION HI-JULY 20-JOIY 24 ���iun � Program will consist of 5-45 minute classes with instructional emphasis placed on fundamental teaching techniques, so mothers can help their children learn the basic swimming skills. D. ROYAL LIFESAVING SOCIETY-LIFESAVING INSTRUCTION Lions Pool - Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday evenings 5:00-7.00 p.m. 1. instruction will be given at the following levels of lifesaving skill: (a) BRONZE MEDALLION AND SR. A.R. COMBINED Minimum age 14 years with prerequisite Red Cross Senior Swimmer Award. (b) INTERMEDIATE AWARD AND JR. A.R, COMBINED Minimum age 13 years no prerequisite. (c) BRONZE CROSS-Minimum age.IS years with a prerequisite Bronte Medallion. SESSION I Juno 22-July 20, 1970 SISSION II July 21-Auo. 20, 1970 REGISTRATION FOR SWIMMING PROGRAM TAKEN ONLY IF LABOR DISPUTE HAS BEEN SETTLED REGISTRATION FEES: CHILDREN'S MORNING LESSONS Beginner* Juniors Survival Swim Intermediate Senior $2.25 per child 2.25 per child 2.25 per child 3.00 par child 3.00 pgr child MOTHERS AND PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN $2.00 per session (Maximum 2 children per mother) ADULT AND TEENAGE LEARN TO SWIM $4.25 per person (Minimum age 15 years) RLSS LIFESAVING INSTRUCTION $4.00 per person (does not include price of textbook or examination fees). Textbooks if needed are $3.00 per set. Registrations must be made In person, telephone registrations will not be accepted. Registrations are taken en a first come-first serve basis. Individuals may register their immediate family only.