The Hazeldell Community Club is so excited to bring yoga classes to our hall and community. You don't have to cross the bridge to take a class!
We are hosting the first session as a trial to see if there is interest and if things go well this will be a feature for our community. I really hope this is received well - I am excited to ride my bike over to the hall for classes!
The classes are Monday evenings from 7-8pm and will run February 12 - March 12th, 2018.
The first week is FREE for you to come and try it out and then for the remaining classes the fee is $40 or drop in for $12.50.
Our instructor is Elaine from Perfect Balance Yoga. I dropped in for my first yoga class ever and the class was great. Very relaxing, gentle stretches and comfortable for anyone of any level.
Please register below for the first FREE class and then you will receive more information from the instructor regarding payment and forms.
Interested? Please click the button below to register.
Don't forget to invite your friends.
Just an update on the outdoor rinks at the hall.
We are doing what we can to get the ice in, the weather has not cooperated with us but we are hoping that it will be ready soon. We already have groups booked to use the ice so keep watching our Facebook page for the latest updates.
Warm up Shack hours will be:
and we will be alternating Saturday and Sunday 2-6pm
For up to date info on the hall please check our Facebook page.
What does a Neighborhood Watch do?
A Neighborhood Watch is neighbors helping neighbors. They are extra eyes and ears for reporting crime and helping each other.
What are my responsibilities as a Watch Member?
What kind of activities should I be aware of?
What are the major components of a Watch Program?
When you get involved in a Neighbourhood Watch program, you can learn:
There will be a public meeting concerning a Neighbourhood Watch program in Hazeldell on Wednesday, October 25 at 7:30pm. Please attend to learn more.
July 4 - August 18, 2017
Every summer, children 6 to 12 years of age are invited to take part in a fun-filled summer of FREE activities at 10 different playground locations throughout the City. Each playground is staffed by two qualified and trained playground supervisors.
The summer’s seven-week playground program includes cooperative games, crafts, songs, stories, sports and much more. Activities focus on a different theme every week, and special events are also planned "off the playgrounds" for all kids to enjoy.
The program also offers free of charge a summer sports program, an arts program and a cultural program. Specialized playleaders travel from playground to playground offering the children different sporting and craft activities.
The hours of operation for the playground programs are as follows:
Monday to Thursday 12:00 noon to 5:30 p.m.
Friday 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Every year, the City of Prince Albert Playground Program receives a large quantity of recyclables which are used for arts and craft projects on the playgrounds over the summer. Your continued help in donating the following clean recycled items (and other great odds and ends) are greatly appreciated.
However, we ask that you be selective; please don't clean out your basement!
Please deliver items to:
Margo Fournier Centre
1211 - 1st Avenue West
Donations are accepted from March 1st to June 30th each year.
Questions about the program please call: 306-953-4816
Outdoor Rink Attendant
Reports to: Hazeldell Community Club board
The Outdoor Ice Rink Attendant is a part-time position. The Attendant will be responsible to oversee the operations of the outdoor rink surfaces and warm up shack.
Wage: starting at $12/hour
Submit resume to: email@example.com
This position will remain open until a suitable candidate(s) are found.
Questions? Please call Carolyn at 306-764-1354