Come to the YMCA for free on National Child Day!
National Child Day is celebrated in recognition of the UN Declaration on the Rights of the Child and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. This year’s theme is BELONGING.
Spend the day at the YMCA where you can be a kid again. Everyone welcome.
Come to the YMCA for free on Labour Day!
Come spend the day with us for free! Hope to see you soon.
Come to the YMCA for free on Mother’s Day!
A day dedicated to all moms, grandmoms, and even furbaby moms. Thank you for all that you do!
Happy Mother’s Day!
Come to the YMCA for free on Easter Sunday!
Spend the day at the Y on us. Hope to see you soon.
Come to the YMCA for free on Family Day!
A day dedicated for people time to spend with their families.
The next YMCA Community Wellness Day is November 21!
Every YMCA Location will have free public access on this day. Come for a swim, shoot some hoops or use our cardio and strength areas.
All Sport One City
YMCA locations will also be participating in All Sport One City, a Sport Calgary and City of Calgary initiative to promote getting active! Check out the schedules for more information on programming and events.
Calgary Transit has put together an excellent tool for those riding public transit to South Health Campus.
The Calgary Transit South Health Campus Rider’s Guide tells about current ways to get to the facility as well as future plans. It includes a map of stops & stop numbers around the campus as well as traveling around nearby communities.
See you soon at YMCA in South Health Campus!
Did you know the Goverment of Alberta has a department dedicated to your safety? The Alberta Emergency Management Agency (AEMA) works to inform and prepare the public should an emergency take place in your home, office, school, public or just about any place you can be:
The primary objective of the public awareness and education programs and services of the Alberta Emergency Management Agency (AEMA) is to create an informed public that knows the steps that should be taken to prevent and respond to a wide range of emergency incidents. These steps are to protect life, property, and the environment, and to promptly notify emergency response services.
Emergency preparedness is everyone’s responsibility. The basic tenet of public awareness and education is to increase their knowledge to enable safe attitudes and behaviours.
Check out what the Province of Alberta is doing to help inform people and keep us all safe by visiting the AEMA website.
Have a say & contest to win a PS3 at the CPS. The Calgary Public Library is conducting an online survey to get youth input on what the new downtown location should look like.
Fill out the survey & get entered to win a PS3. Contest closes Oct 30th.
Did you know about the Public Health Agency of Canada’s Nobody’s Perfect program?
“The Nobody’s Perfect program provides parenting education and support to parents of children five years of age and under. It is designed to meet the needs of parents who are young, single, socially or geographically isolated or who have low income or limited formal education. Nobody’s Perfect reaches parents less likely to access resources or support in the community.”
Click here for more information.
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