Community Activities for Kids

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    The North Mississauga Soccer Club (NMSC) is one of the pioneering youth soccer Clubs in the Mississauga area. The Club was founded in the early 70s as the Streetsville Meadowvale Soccer Club and officially established as the North Mississauga Soccer Club in 1982. Since then, NMSC has evolved as one of the largest and most reputable soccer clubs serving the Mississauga Community. It is important to recognize that NMSC is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to serving the youth and adult sectors... Read more

    Fort St. John’s newest recreation complex, the Pomeroy Sport Centre, is a beautiful ice facility and sport event centre unparalleled in British Columbia. It has been designed to create a lasting legacy that will shape the future of the Energetic City for years to come. It is a centre of excellence for sport, promotes community and personal wellness, and provides an attractive venue for events appealing to a wide range of interests. The first floor of this three floor facility features 2 NHL sized... Read more

    Victoria's premier HipHop dance studio. Established in 2006 by Brooke Cameron, Vibestreet is the place to be for all things HipHop in Victoria! We offer classes for all ages and levels - from Kids to Adults, from beginner to advanced and have award winning competitive crews. VSD offers top quality training with some of the industries top choreographers and instructors! Come and dance with us! 'Like' us on Facebook for up-to-the-minute updates! Read more

    Canada World Youth is dedicated to enriching the lives of youth who want to become informed and active global citizens. CWY offers international transformative learning experiences focused on building knowledge, leadership and skills through participation in sustainable community-driven projects. For more than 45 years, 38,000 youth and 12,000 host families have participated in CWY programs, in Canada and abroad. Read more

    To return missing children to a safe haven through professional investigations,emergency response, public awareness and family support programs. Read more

    Since 1921, the Toronto Kiwanis Boys and Girls Clubs has been dedicated to working with and enhancing the lives of children, youth and their families. We provide the building-blocks for creating healthy, civically engaged young people. During that time we have served over 50,000 young people. The Club serves over 1,300 young people annually, and over 525 young people on a daily basis. Each of our Club sites are at the heart of our communities. We create innovative programs that address and meet the... Read more

    Coquitlam Skating Club is a non profit organization where people from the age of 4 to 60 can have the opportunity to learn to skate, figure skate and power skate in preparation for hockey. Read more

    Hello from Mike, Diane, Amanda & Jennifer and our StJL family. Our family has run and operated St James Lanes since 1994. We are proud to run a family business in the St James community in Winnipeg, MB. We are happy to serve our community. Our league members and customers quickly become apart of our family. Caring about what we do and the people we serve will always be important to us. Thank you all for your love & support Read more

    At Moksha Yoga St. Catharines we combine our love of hot yoga with our love of community outreach and environmental awareness. Together, through this commitment, we help make the world a better place. Also offering non heated yoga, kids, tweens and youth programs, Qi Gong and resistance training. Read more

    We believe that the true success of a season is not measured, nor is it determined by the amount of wins and losses, but by the measurable and observable improvements of the players in their skills, their knowledge and their love for the game of volleyball. Ottawa Rebels Volleyball Club was formed by two passionate volleyball parents who wanted to give developing athletes the opportunity to train and compete. We compete in sanctioned tournaments in Eastern Ontario’s Region 6, Provincial Championships... Read more

    Scouting is a movement that aims to support young people in their physical, mental and spiritual development, that they may play constructive roles in society, with a strong focus on the outdoors and survival skills. 5th Fredericton is a highly active scouting and guiding group in Fredericton, NB, for youth aged 5 and up. Read more

    Community Youth Associations

    We are a non-profit organization with the purpose of offering a better quality of life and caring for the citizens and families of Parc-Extension in Montreal, with the help of a support network that is strong with diverse initiatives focusing on food security and autonomy, with activities like collective kitchens, cooking classes, workshops, food distribution and social activities. Read more

    The Ardoise Community Hall has been in the community for over 35 years, providing many events, fundraisers, and community rentals public and private. Events include Bingo, Dime Auctions, Music events, local fundraisers, Take-Out Suppers, Fitness classes, Potluck suppers, and much much more. Please contact us by phone, email, or visit our website. Did you know? Our hall can be rented by members of the public. Rates are very competitive. Contact our rentals coordinator for more booking information. Read more

    International Gateway Kelowna (IGK) is Canadian owned and operated and is Kelowna's oldest and most trusted English as a Second Language (ESL) school established in 2002. IGK is a member of the Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association, Kelowna-Kasugai Sister City Association and the Downtown Kelowna Business Association. International Gateway Kelowna is not only a well respected school, it is also a vibrant, friendly and exciting place to learn English. Students are encouraged to strive for excellence,... Read more

    The Dufferin Club is a non-profit community owned facility, operated by an elected committee of volunteers with a clubhouse, six illuminated tennis courts and two lawn bowling greens. The club is open to the public - anyone is welcome to join! The Dufferin Club consists of two main constituents, the Dufferin Tennis Club and the Dufferin Lawn Bowling Club, each providing outdoor facilities, supervision and training for members and guests of all ages in a friendly playing environment. Dufferin has... Read more

    We are a 100%-volunteer-driven, player-run, community sports league, dedicated to making recreational sport in Halifax as cheap, fun & accessible as possible! In addition to offering many adult sports in ball hockey, basketball, lacrosse, flag football, softball, soccer & zany sports (offering a chance to try out new sports!), we also offer youth sports in soccer & zany sports in partnership with HRM Rec. Visit Halifaxplays(dot)com for more! Read more

    Community Youth Associations

    A Not For Profit organization that focuses on keeping kids active through fun and engaging programs. Read more

    Brought to you by volunteerism and community involvement, Taste of Edmonton has become a summer tradition within our city that celebrates all the culinary delights our community has to offer. Pleasing the forever-loyal downtown crowd and other food-enthusiasts who head into the heart of the city to sample these scrumptious dishes, Taste of Edmonton has been able to grow into the largest food festival in Canada. Since 1984, Taste of Edmonton has been offering a delicious sampling of what Edmonton... Read more

    Vision: Healthy Islanders Mission: To optimize the health and health services for residents of Hornby and Denman Islands. Services & Programs: The Hornby and Denman Community Health Care Society offers the following Services and Programs to the community: Home Support Home Assist Children, Youth & Families Equipment Loan Cupboard Other Programs Read more

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