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Basketball

January-4 to March-29, 2022 from 12:15 pm to 1:30 pm

Enjoy some friendly, exciting recreational basketball. Non-instructional. Drop-in $5, space permitting.

Pickleball

January-4 to March-29, 2022 from 1:45 pm to 3:00 pm

Get active playing this exciting and popular sport. Pickleball is an easy to learn game played on a badminton court with a lowered net, a whiffle ball and large hand held paddles. It is great for all skills and ability levels. Drop-in $5, space permitting.

Teen Open Gym

January-4 to March-30, 2022 from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm

FREE program for youth in grades 8 -12 (ages 12-18). Come by and shoots hoops in the Gym, play soccer, or volleyball! Teen Open Gym has in/ out privileges - this is program is for enrollment/ admin purposes only.

Volleyball – Recreational

January-4 to March-29, 2022 from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm

Recreational players should have some basic knowledge of volleyball which includes three contacts per side and rotating after points are scored. Players skills are still at the beginner level and players should not register for higher levels of volleyball until knowledge and skill level proficiency have improved to a consistent level. Drop-in $6, space permitting.

Table Tennis – Recreational

January-4 to March-29, 2022 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

All skill levels are welcome. We will have two or three tables set-up for recreational play. Participants are encouraged to register for the session. Please note, these sessions are non instructional. Great chance to meet new people; no partner is necessary. $5 drop-in, space permitting.

Volleyball – Recreational Plus

January-4 to March-29, 2022 from 7:15 pm to 8:45 pm

Recreational Plus players should have already attended a recreational volleyball session and feel comfortable with three contacts per side and rotating after points are scored. This session is great for those players looking to gain more experience with volleyball and become more consistent in maintaining a rally. All levels are welcome, but more advanced players are asked to be inclusive of all levels of ability. Drop-in $6, space permitting.

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Covid Safety at the Community Centre
NOTE: The nature of the activity is such that you may interact with other people who are considered to be in good health, continuous physical distance between other people cannot be guaranteed, and, by participating in the activity, you are at risk of being infected by a pathogen, including but not limited to SARS-COV-2. SARS-COV-2, which causes the disease COVID-19, may exacerbate other health issues and is the cause of an ongoing global pandemic. SARS-COV-2 is highly communicable and dangerous. If you become infected with SARS-COV2, you may transmit it to other people even if you are not exhibiting symptoms of illness.

Proof Of Vaccination:

• Entry into recreation centres does not require proof of vaccination, but will be required for some programs and activities.
• For a list of programs and activities that require proof of vaccination, please cut and paste into your web browser: https://vancouver.ca/files/cov/covid-proof-of-vaccine.pdf
• Come prepared with your official proof of vaccination and government-issued photo ID.
• It is recommended that you arrive early for your activity in order to show proof of vaccination if required.
• For acceptable proof of vaccination and for all other information, please cut and paste into your web browser: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/vaccinecard.html.

Communicable Disease Health & Safety Practices

• Participants are required to comply with the current Face Coverings Order of the Provincial Health Officer. For more information, please cut and paste into your web browser: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/covid-19/info/restrictions
• Participants should assess themselves daily for symptoms of common cold, influenza, COVID-19, or other infectious respiratory disease before attending a program
• Participants who are ill, including participants of essential service providers, should not attend a program or access the Community Centre. If you are unsure, you should self-isolate and contact 8-1-1 or the local public health unit.
• Registration and payment is required for most programs to help reduce the capacity to allow for physical distancing. Limited drop-ins may be permitted, depending on the facility.
• All participants are encouraged to practice proper hand hygiene and respiratory etiquette by covering coughs or sneezes.