The Strathmore Motor Products Sports Centre aims to consistently introduce innovative and inclusive recreation options that benefit the community and one of those options is their 'come try it' workshops.
Elizabeth Charlesworth from the Strathmore Motor Products Sports Centre says that their team is committed to enhancing physical literacy and providing accessible entry to sports participation across all programs that they offer.
"We recognize the significance of expanding our offerings, as they play a pivotal role in fostering community wellness. Our recent ability to increase in program offering can be credited to the Reaching Each and Everyone grant we received earlier this year."
Charlesworth says that the emphasis on "come try it" recreation events stems from their commitment to fostering an active and engaged community.
"These events hold significant community benefits as they serve as avenues to introduce people to a diverse range of sports and physical activities. It also allows us to try out different things and see what programs are resonating with our community."
There are a ton of events that are coming up at the Strathmore Motor Products Sports Centre, they are as follows:
- Evening lawn games event on September 21 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
- 3 on-3 basketball league every Wednesday starting September 13 from 6:45 to 7:45 p.m. for ages 12+
- Try it rugby event on August 29 5 to 7 p.m.
- 8 weeks into to rugby session Tuesdays starting September 12 5 to 6 p.m. females 6 to 7 p.m. co-ed
- Spooktacular event October 31 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. (Join us for some spooky games and treats. Costumes encouraged)
- Mini Movers- Thursdays 10 to 11 a.m. Ages 2-5 (This program keeps your 2-5 year old's engaged in play, fun activities, and helps create healthy habits! Sessions will focus on the fundamentals of movement. Check out our Mobility Flow class for parents offered at the same time and location!)
- Mini Sports Sampler - Sundays 10 to 11 a.m. Ages 2-3 11 am to noon Ages 4-5 (Sport Sampler classes keep children moving and engaged and send them home with new skills from a different sport each class. Kids will warm up with a fun dance or game and stretching before moving into a sport-specific skill. These classes introduce kids to soccer, basketball, football, hockey, baseball and more! Classes are specifically designed to keep kids moving and wanting more activities!).
Charlesworth says that they would love to tell them some ideas that they could do for upcoming events. If you have any ideas you can call 403-361-2121, email Elizabeth Charlesworth at email@example.com or come into the sports centre to talk to them in person.
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