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Registration for Babysitting & Worth It Programs
January 10, 2018

Babysitting and Worth It classes – we still have a few openings – contact us as follows with any questions:

TO REGISTER:  please print off a registration form and snail-mail it to us as described on the following page:

whitmorepark.ca/registration-details

Please ensure that we receive the registration no later than Jan.28 for the Worth It class and Feb.3 for the Babysitting class.



Worth It – Girls (ages 11-16) Workshop
August 7, 2017

You are “Worth Knowing” – Understanding who you were created to be, your personality type, values, the differences between extroverts and introverts, and proactive and reactive thinking. Knowledge of yourself helps you stand stronger to who you are.  This section is led by Life Coach Deana Struble.

Your “Body is Worth Loving” – Loving you is loving your whole self, body included. How to discover your image for your personality. How image is important to tell others who you are at a glance and how the wrong image can tell the wrong story.  We discuss a bit about images on social media and the dangers. This section is led by Ilse Pretorious, an Image Consultant and Life Coach.

You are “Worth Defending” – This is a basic self defense class that is customized by a 30 year Martial Arts instructor who realized that Martial Arts isn’t realistic to the average person, especially women and girls. This class is called Street Smart Defender, and is Escape training. The goal is to get our girls home to a safe place. Class instructor Deana Struble is certified by creator John Koeshall through Hope Restored Canada.

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WPCA Board Meetings
August 5, 2017

The WPCA normally holds its Board Meetings on the third Wednesday of every month except for July, August and December. We encourage the public to attend any or all of our Board meetings to learn about or bring forward issues, initiatives, or concerns that affect you as a resident or Whitmore Park as a whole.  We also welcome ideas that you may have for the improvement of Whitmore Park.  We hope to see you soon!

Board Meeting – Wednesday Feb. 21, 2018 – 7:00 to 9:00 pm
Location: (To Be Determined)



OUTDOOR RINK & SHELTER SUPERVISION
August 4, 2017

MIKE BADHAM PARK – GRANT ROAD SCHOOL
*  EVERY NIGHT – 6:30 TO 8:30 PM EXCEPT HOLIDAYS
*  SATURDAY AND SUNDAY – 1 TO 5 PM EXCEPT HOLIDAYS
*  HOLIDAYS INCLUDE CHRISTMAS EVE, CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR’S EVE.
*  BOARDED AND NON-BOARDED SKATING AREAS. NO PUCKS AND HOCKEY STICKS ALLOWED TO BE USED ON THE NON-BOARDED AREA.

ELSIE DORSEY PARK – CASTLE ROAD
*  NON-BOARDED SKATING AREA WITH WARM-UP SHELTER. SHELTER WILL OPEN IF VOLUNTEER SUPERVISORS CONTACT COORDINATOR TO OBTAIN A KEY.

INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING FOR SUPERVISION OF THE RINKS? WE NEED VOLUNTEERS FOR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY TIME PERIODS.   SOME SHIFTS WOULD ONLY BE EVERY 2ND WEEKEND.

CONTACT RINK COORDINATOR BRIAN @ 306-527-1011

SHELTER VOLUNTEER SUPERVISION COORDINATED BY WHITMORE PARK COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION IN COOPERATION WITH THE CITY OF REGINA, COMMUNITY SERVICES.



Forever…in motion
April 22, 2017

Forever . . . in motion (FIM) is an initiative in partnership with Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association (SPRA), where the goal is to improve and/or maintain the health of older adults through education and physical activity. The program has been busy growing in the city of Regina and throughout the rural region.  Please click article title for more details.



Little Free Libraries (6th library added)
April 21, 2017

WPCA is now officially part of the world-renowned non-profit organization, Little Free Library, Take a Book, Leave a Book”, book exchange.  We’re excited to have joined this worldwide network of over 30,000 Little Free Libraries, with six of our own (and more coming) in Whitmore Park!

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